Proposals for an Efficient and Effective Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence in Europe

The Supply Chain Intelligence Institute Austria (ASCII) advocates for a revision of the EU Corporate Sustainable Due Diligence Directive (CS3D). The proposed amendments focus on direct monitoring of suppliers – instead of bilateral supply links – and the introduction of ...
India's Rice Export Restrictions Echo in West Asia and Africa

In a move set to reverberate across global markets, India, the world's largest rice exporter, is seen to be poised to maintain its rice export restrictions until at least 2024, keeping world prices elevated. Pioneering a new model, researchers from the Complexity Science...
What New York's first wave of Covid can teach the world

An international team of researchers measured the effectiveness of government interventions in NYC with a highly granular and data-driven model
What can we learn from the Great Resignation?

The Great Resignation appears to be ending, according to economists. But what can companies and leaders learn from the rapid pace of job-quitting in recent years in order to prevent employees from leaving? A study out of the Complexity Science Hub (CSH) pinpoints some of...
Scientists develop method to predict the spread of armed conflicts

The statistical model identifies links between battles in Africa and can be applied to other armed conflicts, according to a study at the Complexity Science Hub
Was warfare responsible for the fall of small-scale societies?

A new study out of the Complexity Science Hub concludes that social disintegration and violent conflict played a crucial role in shaping the population dynamics of early farming societies in Neolithic Europe
Affirmative actions alone will not solve the problem

Would you like to see more women on corporate boards and in leadership positions in academia? A new study recommends aligning quotas with an inclusive culture
Scientists create high-resolution poverty maps using big data

STORY HIGHLIGHTS:
The situation in the US

Following India and China, the USA are the third systemically most important country in the global antibiotics trade networks. Major trading partners for APIs include China, Italy, India and Belgium. Substantial trade deficits with China and Italy but trade surpluses wit...
A better way of measuring homophily

New study challenges conventional method for measuring homophily and proposes a novel approach
Proposals for an Efficient and Effective Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence in Europe

The Supply Chain Intelligence Institute Austria (ASCII) advocates for a revision of the EU Corporate Sustainable Due Diligence Directive (CS3D). The proposed amendments focus on direct monitoring of suppliers – instead of bilateral supply links – and the introduction of ...
India's Rice Export Restrictions Echo in West Asia and Africa

In a move set to reverberate across global markets, India, the world's largest rice exporter, is seen to be poised to maintain its rice export restrictions until at least 2024, keeping world prices elevated. Pioneering a new model, researchers from the Complexity Science...
What New York's first wave of Covid can teach the world

An international team of researchers measured the effectiveness of government interventions in NYC with a highly granular and data-driven model
What can we learn from the Great Resignation?

The Great Resignation appears to be ending, according to economists. But what can companies and leaders learn from the rapid pace of job-quitting in recent years in order to prevent employees from leaving? A study out of the Complexity Science Hub (CSH) pinpoints some of...
Scientists develop method to predict the spread of armed conflicts

The statistical model identifies links between battles in Africa and can be applied to other armed conflicts, according to a study at the Complexity Science Hub
Was warfare responsible for the fall of small-scale societies?

A new study out of the Complexity Science Hub concludes that social disintegration and violent conflict played a crucial role in shaping the population dynamics of early farming societies in Neolithic Europe
Affirmative actions alone will not solve the problem

Would you like to see more women on corporate boards and in leadership positions in academia? A new study recommends aligning quotas with an inclusive culture
Scientists create high-resolution poverty maps using big data

STORY HIGHLIGHTS:
The situation in the US

Following India and China, the USA are the third systemically most important country in the global antibiotics trade networks. Major trading partners for APIs include China, Italy, India and Belgium. Substantial trade deficits with China and Italy but trade surpluses wit...
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