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Peer-Reviewed Research

Quick, clear translations of faculty research that will change the way you think


Organizational Behavior | Peer-Reviewed Research
New research from Rice Business and MIT Sloan finds that American voters hold opposing politicians to strict standards of factuality but support their favorite politicians as long as their statements express a “deeper truth” they support.
April 16
Strategy | Peer-Reviewed Research
In emerging markets, pricing — not reputation — drives the partnership between underwriter and IPO.
April 08
Organizational Behavior | Peer-Reviewed Research
Three critical leadership strategies that helped two prominent symphonies transform during the pandemic.
March 18
Accounting | Peer-Reviewed Research
New research reveals that companies often “opinion shop” to shape their financial reality.
March 06
Strategy | Peer-Reviewed Research
Presidential visits lead to short-term stock gains, especially when there’s a unified government.
February 14
Organizational Behavior | Peer-Reviewed Research

Allowing employees to select their incentives increases both the quantity and quality of their ideas.

January 29
Marketing | Peer-Reviewed Research
New research offers actionable insights for boosting "likes" on sponsored posts.
January 08
Organizational Behavior | Peer-Reviewed Research
Product reviewers face a conundrum: They need peers and audiences to see them as credible. However, pursuing credibility may compromise the objectivity of their evaluations.
November 12
Finance | Peer-Reviewed Research

Research shows the harmful impact of myths regarding motherhood, education, and professional agency.

October 09
Finance | Peer-Reviewed Research

How federal monetary policy can influence equity (and inequity) in home buying.

September 15