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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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Lending | Peer-Reviewed Research
In peer-to-peer lending, appearances can tell the truth
Super Bowl | Peer-Reviewed Research
Advertising reaches potential investors, who tend to invest in what they know.
Statistics | Peer-Reviewed Research
Many tests, big conclusions: What could possibly go wrong?
Leadership | Peer-Reviewed Research
How narcissistic CEOs sabotage their firms.
Corporate Reputation | Peer-Reviewed Research
Consumers often react to corporations based on whether they reflect their personal values.
Emerging Markets | Peer-Reviewed Research
In emerging markets, locals with experiences abroad can bring distinct advantages to business at home.
Corporate Lobbying | Peer-Reviewed Research
Is it time to treat corporations’ political activity as an academic field?
Bankruptcy | Peer-Reviewed Research
Interest rates have outsized effects on final value of a bankrupt company.
Commodities | Peer-Reviewed Research
Weather-sensitive commodity markets are buffeted by important information 24/7.
Subprime Mortgage | Peer-Reviewed Research
Limited competition may have fanned the flames of the 2008 financial crisis.