RBW Peer-Reviewed Research

Peer-Reviewed Research

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

NegotiationsPeer-Reviewed Research

Waving A Red Flag

Matador waving a red flag at a bull
Depending on your background, it can help to get angry during negotiations
Human ResourcesPeer-Reviewed Research

Do The Math

Close up of a keyboard
Big data and organizational research are changing how we understand work.
Science and SocietyPeer-Reviewed Research

Just The Facts

Public access to scientific research
Scientists have a responsibility to get their findings to the public.
Personal SavingsPeer-Reviewed Research

A Marathon, Not A Sprint

Conditioning certain behaviors is the best way to save money
Build up those personal saving muscles. It's a marathon, not a sprint.
Tech StocksPeer-Reviewed Research

Wild Ride

Stock price fluctuate dramatically
Why did stock prices fluctuate so dramatically during the internet boom?
Advertising Peer-Reviewed Research

Follow The Money

Local media impacts firms business and consumer perception
Local advertisers affect local reporting, and in turn, investments.
ElectionsPeer-Reviewed Research

Welcome To The Party

Picking the right political candidate in the selection and election process
Researchers designed a theoretical model that mimicked the candidate selection and election process.
AccountingPeer-Reviewed Research

Mind the GAAP

Accounting rules expectations in accounting audits
Splitting audits into two opinions could improve accounting.
Reputation ManagementPeer-Reviewed Research

Great Expectations

Man with wings stands looking towards the sky
When a school’s reputation gets tarnished, alumni stay loyal.
NegotiationsPeer-Reviewed Research

Crazy Like A Fox

Negotiation tactics using unpredictable emotions can lead to concessions
Unpredictable negotiating behavior predictably leads to more concessions.
Acquisitions Peer-Reviewed Research

You Can’t Take It With You

What makes CEOs less aggressive?
Death of an independent director dampens acquisition fervor for CEOs left behind.
InvestingPeer-Reviewed Research

Taking The Wall Street Walk

Effects of firm liquidity on corporate governance
Firm liquidity is always good for corporate governance, right? Not so fast.