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In 1905, Albert Einstein was on a roll. Between March and June of that year—which scientists refer to as his annus mirabilis, or “miracle year”—the legendary physicist finished three different papers that would radically change how we think about space and time, and pave the way for quantum physics. “And that’s not even getting into the summer,” marvels Dashun Wang, an associate professor of management and organizations at Kellogg. To Wang, Einstein’s big year posed a puzzle. In a previous study looking at the careers of more than 10,000 scientists, Wang had found that the timing of a researcher’s most influential […]
Here is Dan Ariely’s response to one employee’s question on wearing suits to work.
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