RBW Peer-Reviewed Research

Peer-Reviewed Research

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

Rethinking Sec RulesPeer-Reviewed Research

Timing Is Everything

Gold hourglass on a counter
Early peeks at SEC notices increased information uncertainty.
Workplace Psychology Peer-Reviewed Research

Don't Mind If I Do

Man balancing on one leg
In the workplace, mindfulness has largely remained a matter of intuition—until now.
Client Management Peer-Reviewed Research

When Clients Just Don't Understand

A dog looking confused
How clueless clients can hurt your business — and how to enlighten them.
Virtual CommunitiesPeer-Reviewed Research

Word Of Mouth

Group of goldfish
Both firm-sponsored and consumer-driven online communities offer value to businesses.
Mergers And Acquisitions Peer-Reviewed Research

Ahead Of The Curve

Best strategy to guarantee a successful mergers
Mergers can be disruptive, but a dual-goal strategy pays off in the long run.
Stock MarketPeer-Reviewed Research

After Hours

Most recommendation revisions from stock analysts defy recent information from firm news.
Workplace PsychologyPeer-Reviewed Research

Why One Selfie Isn't Enough

An alternative self can shape job satisfaction, commitment and motivation
Our imaginary, alternative self has a very real effect on how we work and live.
Faith And Work Peer-Reviewed Research

Can We Talk? How Religion Matters In Organizational Life

The impact of discussing religious beliefs at work
Religious beliefs can help and harm business In unexpected ways.
Institutional InvestingPeer-Reviewed Research

In Praise Of Know-It-Alls

As the number of informed investors rises, is the advantage reduced, or is it better for everyone?
Widening the pool of informed investors might help reduce the cost of capital.
Leadership SuccessionPeer-Reviewed Research

Sea Change

Female Leadership transitions can impact business performance
Company performance and a female CEO's job survival can suffer if her predecessor was male.
Workplace PsychologyPeer-Reviewed Research

The Good, The Bad And The Ambivalent

While we tend to assume positive emotions are more desirable, negative emotions serve a purpose.
Throw out assumptions to better understand the impact of emotions on the workplace.
Workplace PsychologyPeer-Reviewed Research

You Are What You Wear

You Are What You Wear
Do your work clothes influence how well you do your job?