Corporate Social Responsibility Efforts Can Backfire for New Brands
Corporate social responsibility efforts may not always have the brand-building effects that companies want.
Study: Tax Havens and Limited Regulation Increase Risk for Shareholders
Some publicly held companies are incorporated in tax haven countries, ostensibly to increase value for shareholders. But new research finds that this can lead to practices that benefit executives at the cost of shareholders.
Combining Experiments, Models Boosts Social Behavior Research
Researchers are outlining a new approach to behavioral research that draws on experimental studies and computer models to offer insights into organizational and group behavior.
Intelligence Study IDs Key Factors for Government, Academia, Industry Collaboration
A study of government and industry teamwork at an NSA-funded research center found an established suite of factors are key to fostering effective collaboration for the intelligence community.
What Will North Carolina’s Economy Look Like in 2050?
The transformation of the NC economy will likely mean big changes for everything from the state’s education system to the way it levies taxes.
How Dance Can Help Students in STEM Disciplines
A proof-of-concept study finds participation in dance programs helps students develop skills such as creativity and persistence that benefited them in the classroom and beyond.
Models That Forecast Impact of Government Spending Are Easily Manipulated
Economists have found that the most widely used model for predicting how U.S. government spending affects GDP can be rigged to control forecasts.
Crowdfunding Innovation: It’s Backers – Not Money Raised – That Predicts Market Success
Research finds that the number of backers a new product attracts during crowdfunding predicts the financial success of the product when it reaches the marketplace – but the amount of money raised during crowdfunding does not.
Successful Innovation: A Field Guide to the Psychology of Change
The word “innovation” gets thrown around a lot, often in regard to the development of new products or services. But what predicts how people will respond to new things or ideas?
Study Identifies Ways to Share Key Data Between Researchers, Business Practitioners
A research team reports that researchers and practitioners share more interests than either group realizes and outlines ways that the two groups can collaborate more effectively -- and it involves changing how business schools do business.