How Kellogg Foundation is interrupting racial bias in capital markets

Detroit, Mich. – Hidden prejudices show up in health and education outcomes that divide along racial lines. Implicit bias shapes capital markets as well. Attitudes about race influence everything from where and with whom institutions place their assets, to which entrepreneurs and ideas get funded. Even egalitarian-minded individuals, research shows, can let race-based assumptions and stereotypes … Continue reading How Kellogg Foundation is interrupting racial bias in capital markets