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A dynamic decision-making framework for human behavior

Behavioral Decision Making | November 10, 2020

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A switch in time saves the dime: A model to reduce rental cost in cloud computing

November 10, 2020

Modern organizations that rent cloud computing services are constantly searching for ways to reduce operating costs while still meeting their offline needs. Leila Hosseini reasons that, for these companies, it is actually more cost effective to use multiple computing resources to achieve lower overall rental costs. However, this idea is dependent on the cost of […]

At a crossroads: The Senior Woman Administrator designation

November 10, 2020

Instead of fulfilling its original promise to give women a seat at the table in athletics, the NCAA’s Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) designation might be stifling their careers, says Elizabeth Taylor. Taylor and her colleagues uncovered the unintended consequences and mixed feelings that SWAs experience within their departments as a result of their designation. Participants […]

Employee voice in hospitality marketing

November 10, 2020

Employee voice is the suggestions or comments that employees make to improve their organization. While employee voice may be perceived as positive, the underlying motivations of employees could render their contributions meaningless at best, or harmful at worst. Recognizing that employees’ motivation to speak up can be driven by defensive or disengaged origins, Ceridwyn King […]

eSport management: Embracing eSport education and research opportunities

November 10, 2020

Consumer demand for eSport and the growth of organized video game competitions has generated considerable attention from the sport, event, and entertainment industries. eSport therefore represents a novel and popular area for sport management academics to conduct research, educate students, and service industry. Daniel Funk, Anthony Pizzo and Bradley Baker argue for the inclusion of […]

How your peers’ R&D investments can impact your innovation

November 10, 2020

Foreign companies’ research and development (R&D) disclosures require U.S. industry peers to take harder looks at their R&D strategies. New research from Elizabeth Gordon shows company leaders and external investors the value in these peer foreign R&D disclosures.  For U.S. companies, R&D disclosures are an opportunity to use real-life examples to thoroughly analyze their development […]

International connectedness and local disconnectedness: MNE strategy, city-regions and disruption

October 22, 2020

As the world becomes more global, Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) often disregard local relationships due to the international connections for their business. However, this can lead to a populist backlash against MNEs, as this strategy contributes to the uneven development of local industries. Ram Mudambi reasons that while the locals are right to be agitated, MNEs […]

Goodbye, Black Friday
The holiday shopping season is upon us! But with a global pandemic, disrupted supply chains and more online shopping than ever—what will this season hold?
Research IRL: Accounting for Diversity
Why do Black/African American and Latino/Hispanic students only make up 7% of students pursuing Accounting at the undergraduate or graduate level?
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High time for legalization?
In 1973, Oregon became the first state in the U.S. to decriminalize the use of marijuana. Nearly fifty years later, eleven other states—including Colorado, Alaska, California, Nevada, Massachusetts and Vermont—have all fully legalized recreational marijuana.
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