Centralization, Decentralization, and Coordination

David Rosenthal writes, very powerful economic forces drive centralization of a successful decentralized system. . . the fundamental problem is that decentralized systems inherently provide users a worse experience than centralized systems along the axes that the vast majority of … Continue reading

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Academics who are less attached to rigor

Glenn Geher writes, Relatively conservative professors valued academic rigor and knowledge advancement more than did relatively liberal professors. Relatively liberal professors valued social justice and student emotional well-being more so than did relatively conservative professors. Professors identifying as female also … Continue reading

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