It’s a little before three on a sunny Friday afternoon and Laugardalur Park, near central Reykjavik, looks practically deserted. There’s an occasional adult with a pushchair, but the park’s surrounded
Professor Bharat Anand teaches digital strategy at Harvard Business School, yet when he came to co-developing the HBS digital education business (HBX) he fell headlong into the very trap he tells leaders
An internal study of the massive open online courses (MOOCs) offered by Harvard and MIT shows a serious decline in the number of students choosing to enroll and certify via these internet-accessible classrooms.
By Samuel Rubenfeld Samuel Rubenfeld The Wall Street Journal Biography The arrest and charge of a Volkswagen AG executive over the German auto giant’s emissions-cheating scandal stirred concern, once among
School choice might be the answer for parents who want more for their kids. When Donald Trump selected an advocate for school choice, Betsy DeVos, to be secretary of education, he was acknowledging what
George Stigler’s theory of regulatory capture is proven again. There goes another liberal fantasy. In progressive lore, giant banks hate the 2010 Dodd-Frank law and would like nothing more than to return
Are corporate boards as polarized politically as the general population? That’s one of the questions we asked ourselves as we conducted a survey of directors of public and private companies headquartered