A new method that illuminates business

Many companies today use experiments to gather the data that drives their strategies. That’s how Facebook knows whether a newsfeed change increased user engagement, or how a bank knows whether its new promotional strategy increased deposits. But a phenomenon called interference has always made getting to that clear cause-and-effect difficult. Now researchers at The University Read more about A new method that illuminates business[…]

The gray area between lobbying and bribery among multinational companies

In the field of international business research, lobbying is considered a legitimate and legal political action conducted in a developed economy. Bribery, on the other hand, is seen as an outright corrupt practice in an emerging economy. In a study published in the March issue of the journal Business & Society, a researcher from The University Read more about The gray area between lobbying and bribery among multinational companies[…]

Entrepreneurship education today does not help students understand what motivates them

Many policymakers and educational institutions hope to boost their economies by stimulating students’ entrepreneurial intentions. To date, most research concluded that entrepreneurship education could increase these intentions by improving the image that students have of entrepreneurship as a career option, making them see how their environment can help them become entrepreneurs or increasing their self-confidence Read more about Entrepreneurship education today does not help students understand what motivates them[…]