Research

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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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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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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.

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It’s time for high-tech economics

William Cong sees opportunities to revolutionize high-tech research with insights from economics.

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Enterprise

Machine learning research can detect fake news domains upon registration

Professor Bill Schmidt and colleagues used machine learning to develop a tool that pinpoints new domains created to promote false information.

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Present Value: Kaitlin Woolley on achieving goals and connecting around food

Marketing Professor Kaitlin Woolley discusses her research on goal pursuit, information avoidance, and how food facilitates social connection.

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Chris Marquis champions the B Corps model of resilient and sustainable capitalism

In his new book, Chris Marquis says a more resilient and sustainable capitalism should focus on environmental, social, and financial performance.

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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.