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Corporate Political Influence | Peer-Reviewed Research
How should corporations involve themselves in politics — if at all?
Marketing | Peer-Reviewed ResearchThe best way to get people to say yes is to give them the chance to say no.28 Jan
Intellectual Property | Peer-Reviewed ResearchIs there a way to stop institutional leaks?21 Jun
Investing | Peer-Reviewed ResearchHow institutional ownership affects payout.12 Feb
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Voter Behavior | Peer-Reviewed Research
Elected officials make policy. What gets them elected?
Marketing | Peer-Reviewed Research
A consumer's sense of local identity will drive them to pay more for products that reinforce that identity.
Human Resources | Peer-Reviewed Research
What does it take to make the right hire?
Worker Well-Being | Peer-Reviewed Research
Research on worker well-being is usually more about the company than the worker.
Technology | Peer-Reviewed Research
How a Rice Business professor found a life-saving technology.
Customer Service | Peer-Reviewed Research
Customer narratives boost service, prompt innovation and feed a healthy corporate culture.
Competition | Peer-Reviewed Research
What happens when food trucks mix business, peer pressure and high standards?
Peer-to-Peer Lending | Peer-Reviewed Research
Crafting a trustworthy persona online makes a difference in landing a loan—and paying it back.
Workplace | Peer-Reviewed Research
What happens when the person providing your service feels empowered?
Strategy | Peer-Reviewed Research
Solving problems by exploring the far end of possibility.