What are microcredentials? And are they worth having?

As private firms and governments struggle to fill jobs—and with the cost of college too high for many students—employers and elected officials are searching for alternative ways for people to get good jobs without having ...

Research contextualizes ownership competence in private firms

Researchers can now point to two competencies that owner-managers must possess for their firms to experience growth: matching competence and governance competence. In a recent study published in the Strategic Entrepreneurship ...

Big bang: Dutch firm eyes space baby

Climate crises, nuclear Armageddon, or a sudden meteor strike—it's clear humanity could do with Planet B. But first we need to learn to reproduce safely in space, says Dutch entrepreneur Egbert Edelbroek.

Do IPO firms become myopic?

Many analysts of financial markets are concerned that financial markets provide managers with economically harmful incentives. The rationale: Public firms have dispersed ownership, which in turn, leads to short-term pressures ...

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