Social Mood Conference  |  Socionomics Foundation

2019

  • Venezuela’s Tragic Demise

    Venezuela’s Tragic Demise

    In a move toward authoritarianism, the country’s legislature has been usurped by a “National Constituent Assembly.”

     
  • “Democracy is in retreat.” Why Now?

    “Democracy is in retreat.” Why Now?

    “Democracy today is battered and weakened.” That sounds like a political statement… until you consider the evidence.

     
  • Perot’s Political Legacy

    Perot’s Political Legacy

    Ross Perot, who died July 9, ran one of the most successful third-party campaigns in recent history.

     
  • Young woman beauty portrait with face detection

    Get Outta My Face

    U.S. House committee is considering how facial recognition technology threatens Americans’ constitutional liberties and privacy rights.

     
  • MAXimum Turbulence

    MAXimum Turbulence

    How will social mood affect Boeing’s ability to weather the 737 MAX scandal?

     
  • An Era of Good Feelings

    An Era of Good Feelings

    Consumers are optimistic, and if the current economic expansion continues into next month, it will become the longest on record.

     
  • Batters Swing Away at Success

    Batters Swing Away at Success

    Socionomists have identified baseball as a bull-market sport, and it’s making headlines as the Dow Jones Industrial Average hovers near record territory.

     
  • Buyers or Sellers: Whose Market Is It?

    Buyers or Sellers: Whose Market Is It?

    Is the housing market going up or down? Experts will be glad to answer that question. But the market is not regulated by current trends.

     
  • Who’s Got Your Photo?

    Who’s Got Your Photo?

    The recent cyber-attack on U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is a cautionary tale for anyone who collects sensitive personal data from individuals.

     
  • To Be, or Not to Be, a PhD

    To Be, or Not to Be, a PhD

    Current news stories tell of PhDs who are graduating from college and can’t find teaching jobs.