research

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Present Value: Gautam Ahuja on innovation prerequisites and life as a professor and scholar

Professor Gautam Ahuja, speaks about the prerequisites a firm needs to promote innovation and about life as a professor and scholar.

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Present Value: Ryan Guggenmos and Kristina Rennekamp discuss the human side of accounting

Professors Guggenmos and Rennekamp discuss behavioral accounting research and analyze the impact of diverse investment communications.

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Enterprise

Do People Regret Their Unhealthy Behaviors?

Regret you feel before you indulge may be higher than what you’ll feel afterwards, according to new research by Manoj Thomas and Helen Chun.

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Present Value: Robert Frank discusses his new book, Under the Influence: Putting Peer Pressure to Work

By Maria Castex, MBA ’21 Present Value, an independent editorial project produced and hosted by Johnson students, had the pleasure of interviewing Robert H. Frank, the Henrietta Johnson Louis Professor of Management and professor of economics at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management. Present Value can be streamed on the Present Value website, […]

photo of San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize, June 16, 2019: Single-use plastic in the sea
Enterprise

Reducing the “invisible burden” of overtourism

As global tourism grows, the tolls on infrastructure threaten natural and cultural icons reports the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise.

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Enterprise

Under the Influence: How behavioral contagion can drive positive social change

Others’ choices affect our own and have enormous economic, social, and environmental consequences, argues Robert H. Frank in his new book.

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Enterprise

The yin and yang of social activism

Social activists boost social entrepreneurs’ success but provoke “green hush” among established companies, according to research by Professor Wesley Sine.

Faculty Highlight: Christopher Marquis, Research awards and honors
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Christopher Marquis’s co-authored paper recognized for “responsible research”

Christopher Marquis was recognized as a finalist for the 2019 Responsible Research in Management award for his paper published in Organization Science.

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Destinations at Risk: The Invisible Burden of Tourism

Mark Milstein and the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise co-authored a report describing how destinations must uncover and account for tourism’s hidden costs.