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Congestion pricing could shrink car size

Fitness & Health: PULLMAN, Wash. – Rush hour will likely return when pandemic lockdowns lift, but a new study suggests…

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What consumers mean when they say your products are authentic

Fitness & Health: Researchers from University of Southern California, Bocconi University, and Vrije Universitei Amsterdam published a new paper in…

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Three ways to improve scholarly writing to get more citations

Fitness & Health: Researchers from University of Arizona and University of Utah published a new paper in the Journal of…

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Graph: Burlington and Bloomington

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Researchers have analysed two cities in the US – Burlington (Vermont) and Bloomington (Indiana) – which are…

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The new EU climate target could phase out coal power in Europe as early as 2030

Fitness & Health: Tightening the EU emissions trading system (EU ETS) in line with the EU Green Deal would dramatically…

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Using spatial distance strategically with luxury and popular product displays

Fitness & Health: Researchers from Nanjing University, National Sun Yat-sen University, and Northwestern University published a new paper in the…

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Better marketing for a better world

Fitness & Health: Newly published research contained in the Special Issue of the Journal of Marketing features fourteen global author…

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Online farmers’ markets valuable when crisis events like COVID occur

Fitness & Health: New research is shining light on the importance of farmers’ markets’ ability to mitigate potential disruptions to…

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Key policy considerations for reducing public consumption of vice products

Fitness & Health: Researchers from University of British Columbia, Emory University, and New York University published a new paper in…

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Meatpacking plants increased COVID-19 cases in US counties

Fitness & Health: An estimated 334,000 COVID-19 cases are attributable to meatpacking plants, resulting in $11.2 billion in economic damage,…

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