I write and speak about ideas in the social sciences, particularly new research in psychology, sociology, and economics. My work has appeared in Discover, the New York Times Magazine, O (the Oprah Magazine), Psychology Today, Scientific American and Scientific American Mind, Stanford magazine, the Washington Post, Slate, and Wired.
Also, wearing my content marketing hat, I'm a long-time contributor to Stanford Business and other publications of the Stanford Graduate School of Business, as well as to Communications of the ACM, the magazine for computer scientists.
I'm intrigued by just about any topic at the intersection of economics and psychology, and by the ways technology is changing the world. My latest book, THE MIDDLEMAN ECONOMY, covers all this and more!
Scientific American, Stanford magazine, Ne
We usually think of all the power belonging to people at the top. But some of the most powerful and prosperous positions in today’s economy are hidden in plain sight: in the middle. Middlemen—the women and men who serve as true connectors in today’s business world—have great power, but often don’t recognize the untapped potential of their pivotal position. In this talk, Marina Krakovsky shows six
I bring insights from multiple industries that I reported on for my book, THE MIDDLEMAN ECONOMY.