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Social Exchanges in the Workplace

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/1471903042000339392 (Access full article using Cornell Online Library by using this link) Our economy is imbalanced for the past centuries. Corporations, employers, and CEOs hold too much power despite the factor that there is a higher number of workers. But social exchanges are important because they definitely account for workers’ performance and organization’s success. The social […]

Power Dynamics In Iranian Organ Markets

https://irannewsupdate.com/news/socially/6408-iran-s-black-market-organ-trade-shows-how-dire-economy-is.html The dire Iranian economy has fueled the growth of the body parts market: people in desperate need of money put their well-functioning organs on sale. The performance of organ markets and an analysis of buyers and sellers in these markets are fascinating because they tie to concepts of auctions and strategic interaction. The market […]

Google’s Switch To First-Price Auctions

https://digiday.com/media/buyers-welcome-auction-standardization-as-google-finally-goes-all-in-on-first-price/    This article, published on September 6, 2019, depicts the consequences of Google’s recent decision to implement first-price auctions. Over the past few months, Google has been testing first-price auctions on 10% of its Google Ad Manager inventory. On September 10th, Google rolled out changes to finally implement first-price auctions. For context, approximately a […]

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