Crowdsourced Wikipedia entries are more biased than Encyclopaedia Britannica articles.
Disclosing flaws can drive auction bids up.
Homes sold through Realtors do not garner a price premium over ones sold by owners.
Using the right tools to grow savings and improve investment outcomes.
Game theory says it’s pure mathematics. But human psychology matters, too.
A decade of research shows how culture seeps into economic decisions.
Building brick-and-mortar showrooms can have big payoffs for online retailers.
Nationwide statistics suggest no impact on violent crime.
Cognitive demands aside, multitasking can be inefficient and demoralizing
Racial discrimination still affects minority wages
Combinations, conduct, and competition in healthcare
Obamacare may lead people to choose to leave the labor market.
Do past international investments help or hurt a company’s chances of succeeding in a new market?
A Q&A with Russell Walker about risk management
Women especially benefit from knowing market rates for car repairs
It is a mistake—but a useful one
How does competition work in the venture capital industry?
A guaranteed minimum distribution system is optimal
Companies in financial distress have trouble attracting the talent they need to right themselves
This special issue devoted to corporate social responsibility (CSR), with articles written by our faculty, was published in conjunction with the Kellogg-Aspen Conference