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Social Safety Nets and New Venture Performance: The Role of Employee Access to Paid Family Leave Benefits
This study examines how social safety nets providing paid family leave (PFL) benefits to employees influence subsequent business performance for entrepreneurial ventures. Read More
The Value of Descriptive Analytics: Evidence From Online Retailers
Does the adoption of data analytics impact retailers’ performance, and if so, how? Exploiting the staggered adoption of a retail analytics service by more than 1,000 e-commerce websites, we find an average increase of 8-29% in monthly revenues post adoption. Read More
Doing Good for (Maybe) Nothing: How Reward Uncertainty Shapes Observer Responses to Prosocial Behavior
Consumers are often skeptical of social innovation (e.g., CSR), thinking that firms undertake such innovations to increase profit rather than to “do the right thing.” How can firms convey the social and monetary benefits of investing in social innovations to consumers and stakeholders to best improve their brand image? Read More
How Do I Compare? The Effect of Work-Unit Demographics on Reactions to Pay Inequality
Prior research suggests that individuals react negatively when they perceive they are underpaid. Moreover, individuals frequently select pay referents who share their race and gender, suggesting that demographic similarity affects one’s knowledge of pay differences. Read More
Rich on Paper? Chinese Firms’ Academic Publications, Patents, and Market Value
By combining various databases of academic publications and patents of China’s publicly listed firms, we explore the effects of academic publications on firm valuation. Read More
The Role of Frictions due to Top Management in Alliance Termination Decisions: Insights from Established Bio-Pharmaceutical Firms
This study examines the termination of research alliances by established firms accessing knowledge from smaller research partners. We relax the assumption implicit in the internal tension perspective of alliance termination that signals from a partner are readily processed and acted upon. Read More
Navigating Digital Turbulence
When digital turbulence is the new normal, vigilant organizations prevail by following three navigation principles. Read More
Clicks Bias in Editorial Decisions: How Does Popularity Shape Online News Coverage?
Identifying whether newspaper editors focus on what is newsworthy or what is trendy when choosing stories is important for the design of media regulation. This column shows how the popularity of an article, reflected by online clicks, influences the coverage of the story. Read More
Adaptive Clinical Trial Designs With Surrogates: When Should We Bother?
In this paper, we propose combining data from both surrogate and true outcomes to improve decision-making within a late-phase clinical trial. Read More
The Impact of Cryptocurrency Regulation on Trading Markets
We assemble original data on cryptocurrency regulations worldwide and use them to empirically examine movement in trading activity at a number of exchanges following key regulatory announcements. Read More
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