Finance professor Itay Goldstein explains what causes them to happen — and why we should keep expecting them
Legal studies and business ethics professor Sarah Light examines the legal complexities and public impacts of companies’ environmental claims.
To maximize results from machine learning and artificial intelligence, you need to tailor your tech to the task at hand.
Research by assistant management professor Samir Nurmohamed reveals the advantages of being an underdog (or at least believing you’re one).
Operations, Information, and Decisions professor Lynn Wu examines which types of innovation are best suited for AI solutions.
Research by associate finance professor Luke Taylor examines the impact of ESG stocks on society and investor portfolios.
Research from professor Stephanie Creary shows that creating pathways to success for women and racial minorities in business requires a closer look at the many obstacles in their way.
Environmental policies may be designed with the best of intentions, but they often lead to surprising consequences.
Your moods at work—and the way you express them—may have far greater impact than you realize.
Operations, Information and Decisions professor Gad Allon offers a litmus test for when to consider scaling.
Management professor Matthew Bidwell cuts through the conventional wisdom on when (and why) a new job is a good idea.
Management professor Mary-Hunter McDonnell examines corporate strategies and responses to increased public scrutiny.
Professor Bilge Yilmaz on the science and subtle art of how PE values a company before it’s acquired.
Managers crave employee engagement, but creating it—and recognizing it—is a challenge.
What’s in store for global consumer markets? While geography will always matter, consumer segments tell a more insightful story.
Is diversification dead? Not entirely, but with the democratization of Modern Portfolio Theory it’s not your father’s 60/40 world anymore.