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June 5, 2007

Celebrity Analyst Influence on the Stock Market

Does the stock market react more strongly to earnings forecasts issued by celebrity analysts?

June 6, 2007

Tax Incentives and the City

Are cities wise to use tax incentives to compete for companies?

June 7, 2007

“Acting White” or Just Acting Rationally?

Social pressures to fit in can explain the black–white educational achievement gap

Woman chooses from soaps at grocery store
July 1, 2007

Supply Chain Coordination with Revenue-Sharing Contracts

A missed opportunity?

July 1, 2007

How to Map and Compare Culture Across Firms

Cultural differences between U.S. and German pharmaceutical companies due to nationality have decreased since the 1980s

July 1, 2007

Compete or Cooperate?

Choosing the right commercialization strategy as a technology start-up

August 1, 2007

Does Location Matter for the Adoption of Internet Technologies in Business?

E-mail is everywhere, but advanced Internet technologies are adopted mostly within establishments in urban-based companies

August 1, 2007

Mandatory or Voluntary Corporate Disclosure?

Full disclosure is not always a moneymaker

August 2, 2007

Trust Required Here

Trust in both the seller and the marketplace is necessary for buyer confidence

September 1, 2007

Are Large CEO Severance Packages Justified?

The underlying factors of CEO severance

September 4, 2007

Pricing a Global Measure of Liquidity Risk

Investors should not overlook the impact of liquidity on the prices of assets

September 5, 2007

Beating the Bottlenecks in E-Commerce

Effectively allocating Web system capacity

October 1, 2007

Collaboration and Creativity

The small-world problem

October 5, 2007

The Value of a Cabinet Position

In a world where not all ministries are equal, the composition of Japanese cabinets reflects the relative bargaining power of political actors

October 9, 2007

Softening the Blow of Bad News

Some companies offset negative earnings surprises by strategically releasing news of new patents

Woman places hand over computer keyboard
October 9, 2007

A New Channel Strategy for Dell

The PC industry’s increasing maturity pushed Dell to shift its longstanding direct sales model

November 1, 2007

Place Your Bids

Strategies for selling and buying in auctions

November 1, 2007

Nobel Designs

Understanding mechanism design

November 1, 2007

Discriminating Prices for the Discriminating Consumer

Maximize profitability with different package sizes

November 1, 2007

Treasury Debt and Corporate Bond Rates

The bond yield spread reflects a Treasury debt convenience yield for investors

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