Does consuming make you happier?
Anyone who has splurged on a new pair of shoes or a new gadget can testify to the rush of satisfaction afterwards. And research proves that spending money does make you happier.
Civil war: the real economic cost
Children exposed to civil war experience significant psychological turmoil but new research by Monash Business School shows that that struggle extends beyond the emotional impact, lowering a person's future earning potential and damaging economies in the process.
Babies ‘affected by political trauma in the womb’: study
The long-term health and economic impact of being exposed to trauma as a child is well documented, however new research by Monash Business School shows that babies exposed to political violence while they are still in the womb also experience health problems later in life.
Rethinking what talent looks like
China and India, two of the largest economies in the world, are supported by a large, young workforce that is increasingly well-educated and eager to succeed.