Economics & Business
The NFL passes no more. As football warms to what Moneyball-style stats have done for MLB, Booth alumni and faculty are changing the way the game is played.
Chicago Booth assistant professor Abigail Sussman explores our preoccupation with saving money at all costs.
In political scientist Monika Nalepa’s game theory course, students learn how voters play around with political participation.
Chicago Booth students partner with the city of Chicago’s Field Museum to help draw more visitors to the colossal fossil.
With She Leads Africa, Afua Osei, MBA’13, MPP’13, supports promising female-led start-ups in Africa and the diaspora.
When times are tough, we often look to family. Research suggests lenders do likewise: family-owned businesses paid significantly less for debt than nonfamily firms when credit was difficult to secure.
Chicago Booth assistant professor Ed O’Brien uses what we find funny to explain our behavior.
Research indicates that cash still beats out credit when there’s enough cash in a consumers’ pocket to cover the bill.