Professors Kathleen Thelen and Paul Osterman explore the highly fragmented US workforce training system and comparable programs in Europe.
Bilingual, interactive online publication asks how politics, economics, and social conflict shaped the Comédie-Française theater troupe’s repertory and impacted its finances.
MIT professor’s new book, “Money for Nothing,” digs into the origins and relevance of Britain’s South Sea Bubble.
Study finds manufacturing companies that are quick to automate can thrive, but overall employment drops.
Victor Kac elected to the Accademia Nationale dei Lincei Mathematics professor will join Galileo and Einstein as a member of the world's oldest science academy.
A new agreement includes student programming, workshops, seed funds, and another five years of growing collaboration.
Dutch delegation visits the Institute for a tour focused on computing, robotics, and health care innovation.
Surveys spanning recent decades also reveal geographic differences and gender gap in economic views.
Project will use new ways of collecting and analyzing data to make Stockholm more livable and sustainable.