Explore all the stories in the Autumn 2020 issue of Stanford Business magazine — our first digital-only edition.
(Don’t worry: Print is not dead. It’s just sheltering in place for a few months.)
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences cited the pair for improvements to auction theory and inventions of new auction formats.
The political polarization wrought by the 2020 presidential election is bound to creep into the workplace. Here are some ways managers can become peacekeepers.
Underrepresented PhD students from around the country gathered at the inaugural Rising Scholars Conference to claim their place in academia.
Should firms be required to disclose the negative social impacts of their suppliers? A new study investigates that question from the perspective of investors.
Ricardo Cervantes and Alfredo Livas both grew up in Mexico but didn’t meet until Stanford GSB. They agreed on one thing: They missed the bakeries of their youth.
Research Revolution illustrations by Josh Cochran.