Is it worthwhile for retailers to experiment with "pay what you want" pricing? Shelle Santana unmasks the surprising logic behind how much customers will pay, and when. One finding: sellers can dramatically change what some buyers are willing to pay. Open for comment; 5 Comments posted.
What do you think?08 Jul 2015
The best companies keep work hours in check, and provide reflection time for employees, says James Heskett. Still, many of us work too much. Will President Obama's move to extend overtime pay to 5 million more workers encourage working even more? What do YOU think? Open for comment; 15 Comments posted.
New Working Papers
Scholarly papers that describe original research in a narrow field of study.
Enabling Vs. Controlling
Andrei Hagiu and Julian Wright
Cross-national Effects of Maternal Employment on Gender Inequalities at Work and at Home
Kathleen L. McGinn, Mayra Ruiz Castro, and Elizabeth Long Lingo
Build It, Buy It Or Both? Rethinking the Sourcing of Advertising Services
Alvin J. Silk and Marta M. Stiglin
Accounting Data, Market Values, and the Cross Section of Expected Returns World
Akash Chattopadhyay, Matthew R. Lyle, and Charles C.Y. Wang
The Research Exchange
The Research Exchange is a way for faculty and corporate partners to collaborate on the following field studies.
How to Break Bad News to Employees Erin Frey
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