Bitcoin has been envisioned as a global digital currency, yet it has not been widely adopted. New research from NYU Stern establishes that Bitcoin’s limited adoption is inescapable due to its technical design.
Word-of-mouth marketing can be an efficient, cost-effective way for businesses to acquire new customers, especially in the highly competitive digital economy.
A new report from the Stern Center for Business and Human Rights examines domestically generated disinformation in the US and urges social media platforms to take a harder line in addressing the problem.
The Food Studies alumnus seeks out craft spirits from around the world to bring to market.
A pair of economists suggest a new way to alleviate the problem of collusion in public procurement auctions: establish price floors for the contracted work.