Christopher Capozzola’s new book examines how military engagement has shaped social connections between the two nations.
MIT Sloan professor says major transformation of labor law and associated policies are needed for improved worker-employer relationships.
Job-replacing tech has directly driven the income gap since the late 1980s, economists report.
Study finds manufacturing companies that are quick to automate can thrive, but overall employment drops.
Longtime professor played a major role in encouraging MIT to ask new questions that significantly broadened the Institute’s educational mission.
Spanish conquerors depended on indigenous expertise to keep up their munitions supplies, archaeologists have found.
MIT professor evaluates the effect of government stimulus on the crisis-hit U.S. economy.
Market concentration in the form of “superstar” firms has been lowering labor’s share of GDP in recent decades, a new study finds.
Students expand intellectual horizons and leadership skills at dinner-seminars with MIT faculty.