The ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court in West Virginia v. EPA could slow the Biden Administration’s goal of cutting greenhouse gas emissions in half by the end of the decade.
The U.S. economy is teetering on the cusp of a recession. The Fed must slow the economy further to tame inflation, but the economy has plenty of buffers and will not plunge into a severe recession, according to Carey Associate Professor Alessandro Rebucci...
Professor Luis Quintero examines rent regulation policies aimed at keeping housing affordable that are getting a second look from policymakers across the country.
How some “good debt” could benefit consumers in the long run
With Leak of the Roe v. Wade Draft Decision, “First time in history that we are restricting a right.”
Overturning Roe v. Wade has widespread implications for not only women’s health and privacy but also for how companies do business and provide for their employees.
Studies appeared during 2021 in two of the publications of the prestigious Academy of Management.
Study’s results are noteworthy because for-profit institutions provide a lot of the specialty health care services in the U.S.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Professor of Practice Ge Bai is co-author of a new analysis of hospitals’ negotiated commercial prices for 13 common radiology services.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Lecturer Kathleen Day, an expert on the nation’s financial workings, offers her insights into the U.S. debt limit and the potential looming crisis over the issue.
Carey Business School Professor Andrew Ching, an expert in digital business, offers his insights into a possible breakup of “Big Tech.”
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Professor and Associate Dean Brian Gunia leads an examination of the ways leaders can promote better sleep habits – and better outcomes – within their organizations.
Carey’s David Smith finds in his research that diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplaces are more successful than those that aren’t.