Recent Submissions

  • Ideology selectively shapes attention to inequality 

    Waldfogel, HB; Sheehy-Skeffington, J; Hauser, OP; et al. (National Academy of Sciences, 2021)
    Contemporary debates about addressing inequality require a common, accurate understanding of the scope of the issue at hand. Yet little is known about who notices inequality in the world around them, and when. Across ...
  • Capital obsolescence and agricultural productivity 

    Caunedo, J; Keller, E (Oxford University Press / President and Fellows of Harvard College, 11 December 2020)
    This paper argues that accounting for capital-embodied technology greatly increases the importance of capital in explaining cross-country differences in agricultural labor productivity. To do so, we draw on a novel dataset ...
  • Blaming Automated Vehicles in Difficult Situations 

    Franklin, M; Awad, E; Lagnado, D (Cell Press, 2021)
    Automated Vehicles (AVs) have made huge strides towards large scale deployment. Despite this progress, AVs continue to make mistakes, some resulting in death. While some mistakes are avoidable, others are hard to avoid ...
  • Publisher Correction: Algorithmic and human prediction of success in human collaboration from visual features 

    Saveski, M; Awad, E; Rahwan, I; et al. (Nature Research, 8 February 2021)
    Correction to: Scientific Reports https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-81145-3, published online 02 February 2021
  • Algorithmic and human prediction of success in human collaboration from visual features 

    Saveski, M; Awad, E; Rahwan, I; et al. (Nature Research, 2 February 2021)
    As groups are increasingly taking over individual experts in many tasks, it is ever more important to understand the determinants of group success. In this paper, we study the patterns of group success in Escape The Room, ...

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