Anosmia: a Research Chair to Raise Public Awareness
Grenoble Ecole de Management launches a new chair to promote research and development on anosmia, a condition that causes patients to lose their sense of smell.
Is It Time to Work on the Weekend?
How are markets and capital using new economic models to eat away at our free time on weekends? Gazi Islam, a researcher and professor at Grenoble Ecole de Management, studies individual and organizational work experiences. He recently looked at how...
Easy-to-Read Food Labels Increase Intention to Purchase
The battle for healthy food has become a worldwide concern. Public health agencies have invested energy and resources in fighting health risks such as obesity. In this battle, food labels that indicate nutritional facts have come to play a vital...
Basic income : a new worldwide policy?
Universal Basic Income is not a new idea, it has already been explored in India, Canada or Finland. Mark Smith discusses the opportunity to set up a universal basic income in his the Conversation Global‘s article.
Agnotology : the study of ignorance
Agnotology studies the spread of ignorance. Janna Rose and Marcos Barros analyze the intentional production of ignorance. They discuss how ignorance can be used as a strategic tool in their TheConversation Global’s article.
Anosmia: an invisible disability
Anosmia is the loss of the sense of smell. It affects 5% of people across the world. There is no health-care system to support it. Neva Bojovic discusses what anosmia is and the difficulties of the recognition of this disability.