Clancy: When Chance Encounters at the Water Cooler Are Most Useful

September 3, 2021
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Matt ClancyMatt Clancy, assistant teaching professor, was interviewed for a Sept. 3 New York Times story, "When Chance Encounters at the Water Cooler Are Most Useful."

“Within a field, it’s not going to be as hard to meet people,” said Matt Clancy, who studies the economics of innovation at Iowa State University and has written about this research. “The harder part is when you don’t know they’re there, you don’t know they’re valuable to meet, you don’t know their work exists and is important.”

This story also covered in Associationsnow.com, Sept. 12
The Seattle Times, Sept. 20

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