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Dan Ariely – The Human Capital Factor (Capital Allocators, EP.195)

Dan Ariely – The Human Capital Factor (Capital Allocators, EP.195)

Update: 2021-05-171
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Dan Ariely is a leading behavioral economist, author, entrepreneur and the James B. Duke Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Economics at Duke University. Dan is a founding partner of Irrational Capital, an investment research firm that quantifies the impact of corporate culture and employee motivation on financial performance. 
 
My initial conversation with Dan two years ago has been one of the most downloaded episodes of the show, and a recent research piece by JP Morgan entitled The Human Capital Factor that highlights his work got me excited to catch up with him again.
 
Our conversation covers many aspects of his continuing research to identify positive human capital practices and performance in the workplace, including data collection and assessment, gender differences, goodwill, ESG, and changes during Covid. We then turn to the practical application of the research in the capital markets through two indexes and customized research.  We close by talking about Dan’s new research projects and some of his favorite recent answers to his Ask Ariely column in the WSJ.
 
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Dan Ariely – The Human Capital Factor (Capital Allocators, EP.195)

Dan Ariely – The Human Capital Factor (Capital Allocators, EP.195)