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Economic Inequality: What Will You Do about It?

“Think of your [fellow men] like unto yourselves, and be familiar with all and free with your substance, that they may be rich like unto you. But before ye seek for riches . . . seek ye for the intent to do good—to clothe the naked, and to feed the hungry, and to liberate the captive, and administer relief to the sick and the afflicted” (Jacob 2:17-18 from The Book of Mormon). In my Darden MBA program I took an … Continue Reading

Facebook Engagement

Measuring Facebook Engagement: a Scientific Study

Not everybody uses Facebook in the same way.   Some people share lots of photos and frequent status updates.   Other people enjoy looking at their friends’ posts but not sharing new content regularly. I … Continue Reading

Birth Rates in USA

Are the Low Birth Rates in the US a Problem?

Birth rates are important statistics for economists to keep their eyes on. As worldwide birthrates have fallen in most countries, this brings up a number of economic concerns.   When the birthrate falls below what … Continue Reading

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Painful Revolution: The Music Industry is Neither Dead nor Dying

Music: the Most Hotly-Debated Art Form Have you noticed that people have stronger opinions about music than any other art form?   You’ll never hear people debating the true purpose of painting or dance the … Continue Reading

Quality of Ingredients

How to Become a Data Whiz in 4 Simple Steps

Creating graphs and charts as well as playing around with data visualization are two of the most valuable things you can do to prepare for MBA school.   But if you aren’t used to dealing … Continue Reading

Children Born to Superhuman Mothers

Proof that Superhuman Mothers Exist: The Top 10 Superhuman Mothers

Many people think their mothers had (or still have) superhuman powers, and this is appropriate.   Many stories underscore these claims of mothers possessing superhuman powers: – Mothers possess a supernatural love for children who … Continue Reading