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Science Daily: Low sense of personal control increases people's affinity for tighter, rules-based culture

"Strong social norms -- a core feature of tight cultures -- help people view the world as simple and coherent. As strong norms guide people's behaviors and allow them to predict others' behaviors, they can provide a significant source of order and predictability in everyday social life," said lead author Anyi Ma, PhD, of Tulane University.

Fox 8 Live: Energy expert, drivers react to Biden releasing more oil from the nation’s emergency stockpile

“In the grand scheme of things, I don’t think that’s a lot. The total production and consumption in the world is about a hundred million barrels a day. So, in terms of total percentages obviously, it’s pretty small,” said Professor Pierre Conner, the executive director of Tulane University’s Energy Institute.

How to Attract Venture Capital to Your Startup

“Raising funding for your startup is all about building trust with investors who invest in companies like yours, at the stage that you've reached, as you work to solve problems that they're interested in,” says Rob Lalka, executive director of the Albert Lepage Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of Business.