Business & Economics
Restricting the outdoor advertising of high fat, salt and sugar (HFSS) foods and drinks across the Transport for London (TfL) network is estimated to have significantly decreased the average amount of calories purchased by households every week from these products, according to new research in PLOS Medicine.
- PLoS Medicine
- NIHR School for Primary Care Research
Yushan Yan, a University of Delaware engineering professor and expert in electrochemical engineering for sustainability, has been granted one of the highest professional distinctions in his field through his election to the National Academy of Engineering.
- National Academy of Engineering
University of Illinois School of Information Sciences Associate Professor Yang Wang has received a one-year, $100,000 grant from Meta for his project, "Global South Citizens' Privacy Perceptions and Management of Targeted Ads on Social Media."
Enhanced oversight over the auditing profession and firms’ financial reporting has led to a proliferation of models to predict financial statement fraud. But one of the first forensic models, the M-Score, devised by an Indiana University Kelley School of Business professor in the late 90s, remains accurate and is the most economically viable for investors to use, according to a forthcoming paper in The Accounting Review.
- The Accounting Review
Negative reviews can yield positive outcomes when consumers personally identify with a brand.
- Journal of Marketing
Various paths can be taken on the way to a CO2-neutral energy supply in Switzerland. But which of them are realistically feasible? What kind of energy storage systems are needed - and what will it all cost? Andreas Züttel, head of the joint energy research center of Empa and EPFL in Sion, and his team have drawn up a profound calculation.
- Frontiers in Energy Research