Women whose moms worked outside the home are more likely to have jobs themselves, are more likely to hold supervisory responsibility at those jobs, and earn higher wages than women whose mothers stayed home full time, according to research by Kathleen McGinn and colleagues. Open for comment; 16 Comments posted.
What do you think?06 May 2015
Predictive analytics have the potential power to "produce remarkable services and longer lives," says James Heskett. But can businesses make bets in this area without first understanding the social consequences? What do YOU think? Open for comment; 14 Comments posted.
New Working Papers
Scholarly papers that describe original research in a narrow field of study.
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Doug J. Chung and Das Narayandas
Career Concerns of Banking Analysts
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Mobile Money Services-Design and Development for Financial Inclusion
Rajiv Lal and Ishan Sachdev
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Ovul Sezer, Francesca Gino, and Michael I. Norton
The Research Exchange
The Research Exchange is a way for faculty and corporate partners to collaborate on the following field studies.
Layoffs, Downsizing, and Workplace Flexibility Sandra Sucher
How Rediscovering the Past Benefits the Future Ting Zhang
Transparency and Productivity
Matchmaking and Productivity
Misinterpretation of Emotion in Email
Social Adoption Incentives
"Restarts" and Productivity