Why an Oxytocin-Rich Environment Makes For Better Business

Companies can create an oxytocin-led positive feedback loop, bettering employees and business while making customers happier—or they can lead their business into a downward spiral.

Why Trust (Or Lack of It) Can Mean Poverty or Prosperity

Nations where trust is high have effective governments, very tight social structures, and better interactions among people—they also have higher incomes and greater growth.

When We’re Shown Trust, Our Brains Motivate Us To Be Trustworthy

Oxytocin levels in the brain have been linked to trust among individuals, opening up a range of research on their societal implications under the new discipline of neuroeconomics.

Big Think Interview With Paul Zak

A conversation with the Claremont Graduate University economics professor.