2017-02-20T09:02:20-05:00It used to be that high status was conveyed on people enjoying a leisurely, luxurious lifestyle. Today, having no spare time is the real status symbol, explains Anat Keinan. What are the lessons for marketers?
2017-02-20T09:24:31-05:00This research by Doug J. Chung, Kyoungwon Seo, and Reo Song bprovides a rigorous, yet practical, framework to understand and evaluate why retail stores join a shopping mall and how their decisions affect mall revenue.
2017-02-17T12:24:06-05:00Management is tough enough in normal times. But what are leaders to do when their companies are buffeted by global uncertainty? Bill George explains charting a course True North.
2017-02-14T12:43:33-05:00After a business is sold, it becomes a hit ... The best location for a shopping mall ... Patent trolls cost jobs.
2017-02-14T11:41:17-05:00Challenges to capturing value from know-how and reputation through the use of different IP tools is an increasingly important matter of strategy for global enterprises. They will need to combine different institutional, market, and non-market mechanisms, but the precise combination of tools will depend on local and regional institutional and market conditions, according to Juan Alcácer and colleagues.
2017-02-14T09:54:43-05:00Researchers Michael Luca and Weijia Dai wanted to know if paid search ads pay off for small businesses such as restaurants. The answer: Yes, but not for long.
2017-02-13T08:54:06-05:00This study by Paul A. Gompers and Sophie Q. Wang discusses a systematic and persistent lack of female, Hispanic, and African American labor market participation in the innovation sector, through both entrepreneurs and the venture capitalists that fund them.
2017-02-10T09:50:18-05:00To understand better what channels might account for persistence in the fund-level performance of private equity firms, Ramana Nanda, Sampsa Samila, and Olav Sorenson examine the individual investments underlying fund-level returns.