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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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Organizational Behavior | Peer-Reviewed Research
Why the stories companies tell themselves are serious business.
Capital Markets | Peer-Reviewed Research
How can Mexico’s regulatory code strengthen its markets?
Consumer Behavior | Peer-Reviewed Research
How snacking and spending reflect beliefs about inequality.
Technology and Consumers | Peer-Reviewed Research
Should your customers be using all of your channels to buy your services?
Comic Relief | Peer-Reviewed Research
What do analysts really know about stock ups and downs?
Corporate Governance | Peer-Reviewed Research
What does it take to get boards to act in shareholders’ interest?
Pricing | Peer-Reviewed Research
How price adjusting eases consumer regrets.
Creativity | Peer-Reviewed Research
To come up with new ideas, it helps to think outside the box — but which box, exactly?
Ethics | Peer-Reviewed Research
How to get corporations to agree on what’s right and what’s wrong.
Creativity and Innovation | Peer-Reviewed Research
Kids need play to develop their minds. Workplaces need creativity to develop their businesses.