RBW Peer-Reviewed Research

Peer-Reviewed Research

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

FinancePeer-Reviewed Research

Fortune Hunters

Fortune Hunters
Does inside information affect a company’s stock and bond prices?
Foreign Markets Peer-Reviewed Research

Two-Way Street

Two Way Street
What’s learned, and what’s lost, when foreign investors enter a market?
Advocacy at WorkPeer-Reviewed Research

Power To The People

Power To The People
Advice for employee advocates about changing the world.
InnovationPeer-Reviewed Research

Corporate Muse

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Want creative employees? Inspire them by being creative with human resources.
MergersPeer-Reviewed Research

Keep It 100

Keep It 100
After firms merge, how does the new company's practices affect outcomes?
Virtual CommunitiesPeer-Reviewed Research

Birds Of A Feather

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How to help online communities love your company.
InvestingPeer-Reviewed Research

Pay Day

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Why companies are actually doing investors a favor by not paying dividends.
Organizational BehaviorPeer-Reviewed Research

Mood Swing

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Our emotions affect our decision making more than we know, sometimes dramatically.
CareersPeer-Reviewed Research

Lonely At The Top

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Performing well at work? You may not last long.
Business And Political InfluencePeer-Reviewed Research

Royal Favor

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In China, information about a company’s health can be scarce, a visit from a high official is a coveted signal of government confidence.
Workplace CulturePeer-Reviewed Research

Team Players

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Why fighting workplace discrimination of gay, lesbian and bisexual employees boosts business.
MarketingPeer-Reviewed Research

As You Like It

Marketing model groups consumers
Marketing methodology helps marketers group customers by geography, psychological profile—and desire.