Faculty

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Lateral moves may ultimately benefit career trajectory, study

Professor Michael Waldman has found important links between lateral job moves in relation to promotions, wage dynamics, and education.

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Nolan School BusinessFeed

Roundtable Recap: Finding the Balance Between Driving Revenue & Managing Costs

The CHR Roundtable, Finding the Balance Between Driving Revenue & Managing Costs, addressed three key aspects of the issue: People, Process, and Technology.

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Nolan School BusinessFeed

Study examines if US firms are becoming more short-term oriented

Yuan Shi has found intriguing data that provides new details around the active debate among managers, investors, researchers, and policymakers.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Low self-esteem leads to low-quality purchases

Study proposes that low self-esteem consumers gravitate toward inferior products because those products confirm their pessimistic self-views.

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Nolan School BusinessFeed

Lessons for managers in the exploration for breakthrough innovation

Study highlights important implications for managers who wish to encourage a more exploratory search for breakthrough innovation.

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Dyson BusinessFeed

Background Noise? TV Advertising Affects Real-Time Investor Behavior

What influences retail stock investing? Advertising–that’s according to Dyson Professor Jura Liaukonyte and her co-researchers.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Mish and Lai win initial graduate, professional teaching prize

Professor Risa Mish receives Cornell University’s inaugural Provost Award for Teaching Excellence in Graduate and Professional Degree Programs.

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Nolan School BusinessFeed

How much? Knowing appetizer, entrée calories impacts food choices

A study found calorie labels on menus resulted in a reduction in calories ordered, but with a catch.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

When it comes to marketing, customers must watch the information gap

Research shows that consumers fail to differentiate between deliberate and nondeliberate missing information, and marketers can take advantage.