Traditionally, hospitals and health care workers were spared from being targeted in battle. But in twenty-first century war zones, they are increasing finding themselves under attack. Researchers reveal ways for humanitarian organizations in conflict zones to reduce their vulnerability.
A study shows that administrators of the U.S. Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program have a good track record of identifying which businesses represent promising investments of taxpayer dollars.
“The big question is, will the role of business in society return to normal after COVID-19, or will it be reconfigured in enduring and impactful ways? How does society change in response to a great upheaval and what are businesses expected to do?” a researcher asks.