Daniel Diermeier
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Daniel Dier­meier

Faculty member in the Department of Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences until 2014

The Rise of Private Regulation in Global Commerce

Here’s how busi­ness lead­ers can address the result­ing risks

Researchers: Daniel Diermeier

February 3, 2014

Social Impact

The Games Companies and Activists Play

When is cor­po­rate activism most effective?

Researchers: Jose Miguel Abito, David A. Besanko and Daniel Diermeier

July 1, 2013

Social Impact

When and How to Drive Real Value with CSR

Exec­u­tives can improve their bot­tom lines by using CSR in tar­get­ed circumstances.

Researchers: Daniel Diermeier

March 4, 2013

Social Impact

Why Are Presidents Less Effective than Prime Ministers?

Using game the­o­ry to mod­el polit­i­cal sys­tems leads to sur­pris­ing insights.

Researchers: Daniel Diermeier, Pohan Fong and Razvan Vlaicu

November 1, 2012


Sight Over Sound

Mode of com­mu­ni­ca­tion mat­ters in negotiations

Researchers: Roderick Swaab, Adam D. Galinsky, Victoria Medvec and Daniel Diermeier

September 1, 2011

Ballooning Budgets

Why fed­er­al bud­gets grow, but rarely shrink

Researchers: Daniel Diermeier and Pohan Fong

April 6, 2011


All Politics Is Cultural

Cul­tur­al not eco­nom­ic vocab­u­lar­ies sep­a­rate lib­er­als and conservatives

Researchers: Daniel Diermeier, Jean-François Godbout, Bei Yu and Stefan Kaufmann

November 1, 2010


The Sounds of Silence

Con­sumers cue on cor­po­ra­tions’ cri­sis communications

Researchers: Eric Luis Uhlmann, George E. Newman, Victoria L Brescoll, Adam D. Galinsky and Daniel Diermeier

March 1, 2010

Predicting Politics

Pre­dic­tion mar­kets out-pre­dict polit­i­cal pollsters

Researchers: Saikat Ray Majumdera, Daniel Diermeier, Thomas A Rietz and Luís A. Nunes Amaral

February 1, 2009


Strategic Activism and Nonmarket Strategy

When firms become the tar­get of activists

Researchers: David P. Baron and Daniel Diermeier

September 1, 2008

Social Impact