RBW Peer-Reviewed Research

Peer-Reviewed Research

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

StatisticsPeer-Reviewed Research

Miscount

Statistics should be read with caution
Many tests, big conclusions: What could possibly go wrong?
PresentationsPeer-Reviewed Research

Say It Loud

Presentation Tips for Business Leaders
Make your presentation shine by knowing your objectives and weaving a story.
Corporate ReputationPeer-Reviewed Research

A Star Is Born

Poor corporate reputation can be hard to forget
Consumers often react to corporations based on whether they reflect their personal values.
Emerging MarketsPeer-Reviewed Research

Road Warriors

Leather suitcases stacked
In emerging markets, locals with experiences abroad can bring distinct advantages to business at home.
Corporate LobbyingPeer-Reviewed Research

Textbook Case

Person holding up a red book
Is it time to treat corporations’ political activity as an academic field?
BankruptcyPeer-Reviewed Research

Intense Interest

Interest rates impact final negotiated value of bankrupt companies
Interest rates have outsized effects on final value of a bankrupt company.
CommoditiesPeer-Reviewed Research

Weather Permitting

Rain cloud in the distance over a field
Weather-sensitive commodity markets are buffeted by important information 24/7.
Subprime Mortgage Peer-Reviewed Research

Bursting The Bubble

See through bubble tent in a forest
Limited competition may have fanned the flames of the 2008 financial crisis.
Personal FinancePeer-Reviewed Research

Wheel of Fortune

Personal Finance: Seeing Life As A Cycle Makes Savings Rise In A Line
Seeing life as a cycle makes savings rise in a line.
EthicsPeer-Reviewed Research

Holding Out For A Hero

Moral champions are the best for the workplace
Businesses need to nurture leaders who know the right thing to do — and do it.
LeadershipPeer-Reviewed Research

Prima Donna

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is crucial for leadership
Why you should manage employees as if they’re artists.
Bank RegulationsPeer-Reviewed Research

You’re Not The Boss Of Me

Strong External Governance Can Lead To Cheating
Strong external governance makes top managers more prone to cheat.