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Yes, You Can be Too Competitive. Here’s Why, and How to Stop.
In an interview with the Washington Post, Professor Stephen Garcia says, “One of the dangers of a competitive personality is that even non-competitiveness situations can become competitive, and that ruins your experience."
The Dark Side of Startups: When "Fake It Till You Make It" Goes Wrong
Professor Don Palmer explores whether the current state of startups makes them susceptible to misconduct, and their "fake it till you make it" mantra goes wrong.
Bad Company: How the BP Oil Spill Changed Social Activists’ Tactics
“A fundamental shift in the way they worked towards their environmental goals.”
Associate Professor Elizabeth Pontikes and her co-authors found organizations backed away from collaborative tactics on eco-friendly policies after the spill.
Growth Dynamics in the Consumer Market for Battery Electric Vehicles
Exposure to electric vehicle technology at home and work can fuel market growth
Car makers claim to be “all in” on electric vehicles, and California pledges 5 mil. zero-emission vehicles by 2030. Professor David Bunch examines factors driving consumers to adopt the new tech.
Forget the Consensus: Beating Individual Analyst Benchmarks
Study shows strategic nature of earnings management
What's my target? Assistant Professor Paul Wong uncovers how executives manage tax estimates to enhance earnings and beat individual benchmarks.
Distinguished Professor Paul Griffin Named Honorary Professor in New Zealand
Distinguished Professor Paul Griffin, a founding faculty member at the GSM, has also been appointed as an Honorary Professor in the Department of Accounting and Finance at the University of Otago, New Zealand—the country’s oldest university and
Cannabis Dispensaries Linked with Drop In Opiate-Related Deaths
A new study by Professor Greta Hsu shows a connection between cannabis storefronts and decreased deaths due to opioids.
Embracing Corporate Diversity by Shattering the Glass Ceiling
Research from professor Brad Barber, author of the study ‘Family, Values and Women in Finance,’ found that only 30 percent of recent finance majors were women, with fewer girls than boys pursuing maths, leading to a “math gender gap.”
Comstock's Magazine: Cannabis Dispensaries vs. Opioid Overdoses
Professor Greta Hsu has published a study showing that, nationwide, counties that allow access to legal cannabis dispensaries can expect a significant decrease in opioid overdose deaths.
Tesla’s Advantage: EVs Cannot Succeed Without Developing Parallel Supercharging Networks
Management scholars argue for platform model with both vehicle and chargers
Traditional carmakers are spending billions on developing EVs. But they should take a leaf out of Tesla’s books and invest in a supercharger network to support their cars.
Counties With More Cannabis Dispensaries Show Reduced Opioid Deaths
First time county-level association between opioid deaths and dispensary prevalence found
Professor Greta Hsu's study is the first to examine the association between active cannabis dispensaries and opioid-related mortality rates at the county level.
What Continuing Effect is Brokerage Robinhood Having on Stock Market?
New research from Professor Brad Barber notes half of Robinhood users are first-time investors. And they tend to be drawn to “attention-grabbing” stocks in the news.