How can global supply chains transparency improve working conditions in the garment industry? Prof. Susan Goldstein answers that question with her latest research.
Mergers and acquisitions can be fascinating to observe. When they work—think: Disney/Pixar—the results can be spectacular. But what about when they don’t?
The latest research from Prof. Harry Sapienza looks at the role conflicts plays in innovation.
Small differences in competitive situations can make a big difference. That was the conclusion of Professor Avner Ben-Ner and his coauthors, Drs. John-Gabriel Licht and Jin Park in their latest research.
Assistant Professor Michael Iselin looks at the unintended consequences after the passing of Statement of Financial Accounting Standards 157.
By its nature, an independent audit committee should be exactly as its name suggests— independent. But there's a significant factor that effects audit committees.
Numerous studies have shown that CSR—in the form of pollution-reduction efforts, charitable giving, and the like—can boost corporate profits.
Assistant Professor Elizabeth Campbell discovered an odd paradox might explain what many high performers were experiencing, particularly in workplaces that emphasized teamwork.
From bikes to medical devices, from cell phones to industrial paints, more and more of the offerings you see are created by resellers using components from multiple manufacturers.
Professor Rachna Shah finds maximizing utilization in auto plants causes increased recalls in the automobile industry
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