Prof. Yasheng Huang’s latest book challenges conventional ideas about China’s economy.
Prof. Dan Ariely has written a new book that explores irrational economic thinking, like why we value things more when we pay more.
Prof. Alan Lightman’s latest novel focuses on the natural vs. the supernatural.
Prof. Ted Selker says we learned many lessons from the 2000 voting debacle, ones we’ll use as a guide in 2008.
Prof. Suzanne Berger examines what companies are doing to make it in today’s global economy.
Assoc. Prof. Melissa Nobles examines the national census and explores the politics that lie behind the counting.
Prof. Yossi Sheffi writes a new book for executives pondering how to reduce corporate risk.
Elizabeth Cox, a teacher of creative writing at MIT and the author of five books, has garnered an armful of honors.
Prof. Esther Duflo, who co-founded MIT’s Poverty Action Lab, is working to improve the income level and quality of life of the poor.
Prof. Diane Davis is director of Jerusalem 2050, a project that brings together the world’s leading experts to create a dream of peace in the year 2050.