Discovery at Carlson

Salman Arif: Why quarterly reporting benefits the economy

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

New research by Carlson School Assistant Professor Salman Arif finds that less-frequent reporting leads to greater volatility and mispricing in the stock market, as investors rely excessively on alter...

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Le (Betty) Zhou: How coworkers influence your behavior

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Carlson School Assistant Professor Betty Zhou finds that moral identity symbolizers tend to make their coworkers act in ways that could be perceived as virtuous.

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Soumya Sen: Why dynamic data management matters

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

With technology—and what’s expected of it—changing rapidly, businesses are working to determine how best to use these tools going forward.

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Daniel Forbes: How media attention shapes investment

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

New research by Carlson School Associate Professor Daniel Forbes suggests that media attention provides legitimacy to private equity firms looking for investors.

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Tracy Yue Wang: The impact of a CEO’s cultural heritage

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Professor Tracy Yue Wang finds that a CEO’s cultural heritage plays a deeper role in their decision making than we may assume.

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Alison Jing Xu and Akshay Rao: Why businesses spend more during presidential election years

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

U.S. companies ought to spend more money on advertising and business operations during years in which the country is picking a president, according to research from faculty members at the Carlson Scho...

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Carlson School's Supply Chain Department on Decision-Making that Improves Organizational Performance

Friday, November 15, 2019

Recently published Carlson School research on behavioral operations looks closer at how recalls were done in the medical industry and whether the performance of contestants participating in innovation...

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Associate Professor Evan Rawley on the Cost of Streamlining a Business

Friday, November 15, 2019

Research by Associate Professor Evan Rawley shows that when businesses streamline their operations, they may face both short-term and ongoing costs that could render them less efficient after the fact...

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Professor Alok Gupta Helps Define How Much Data Companies Should Review

Friday, November 15, 2019

Is more information always better? Research by Professor Alok Gupta shows that too much information is a disadvantage.

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Professor Kathleen Vohs Explains Why You Should Mind Your Mindfulness

Friday, November 15, 2019

The modern corporate world is hectic, but business leaders think they’ve found their cure-all: promoting “mindfulness” through meditation. But research by Professor Kathleen Vohs and her partner finds...

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