When the Syriza party emerged victorious in Greece's national election last week, many citizens rejoiced at the promise of an easing of austerity measures. Professor George Serafeim believes having fresh people in government is a positive development, but fears they could point the country backward, away from competition and free-market forces. Open for comment; 2 Comments posted.
What do you think?07 Jan 2015
For Jim Heskett's readers, the issue is not whether to make staff salaries public, but rather how to do it. What do YOU think? Open for comment; 17 Comments posted.
New Working Papers
Scholarly papers that describe original research in a narrow field of study.
College Admissions as Non-Price Competition: The Case of South Korea
Christopher Avery, Alvin E. Roth, and and Soohyung Lee
The Rise and Fall of Demand for Securitizations
Sergey Chernenko, Samuel G. Hanson, and Adi Sunderam
Henry A. Kissinger as Negotiator: Background and Key Accomplishments
James Sebenius and Laurence A. Green
Lobbying Behavior of Governmental Entities
Abigail M. Allen and Reining Petacchi
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
The Internet and Employee Productivity
Misinterpretation of Emotion in Email
Social Adoption Incentives
"Restarts" and Productivity