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Machines and the Modern-Day Labor Market

New report discusses how the prevalence of automated machines impacts jobs, employee value and wage inequality.

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Competing for Customers at the Cinema

New study finds that successful mobile marketing campaigns have to do more than just slash prices.

As the 2017 Academy Awards ceremony approaches, moviegoers are flocking to theaters to see the season’s most critically acclaimed films. While customers are constantly in search of discounted tickets for what has become an expensive night at the theater, cinemas are also in stiff competition with one another for business.

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Chicago Booth Economist Named 2017 Sloan Research Fellow

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Chicago Booth’s Ed O’Brien and UChicago’s Alex Shaw Receive Rising Star Award from Association for Psychological Science

Two University of Chicago faculty members received the Rising Star Award from the Association for Psychological Science in recognition for their early career contributions to their fields.

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Four Relationship Tips to Sweeten Your Valentine’s Day

As one of the first academic centers created to study the intersection of human behavior and economics, the Center for Decision Research at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business has discovered a thing or two about relationships over the years.

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