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Findings on value creation and regulatory fit offer far-ranging implications for management, marketing and even mental health.
How misaligned incentives between brokers, banks and borrowers encouraged widespread falsification on mortgage applications.
Measuring marketing ROI need not be elusive. Don Sexton explains how firms can measure and increase the marketing contribution to the bottom line.
New research sheds light on the role monetary policy plays in the movement of prices and in stabilizing the economy.
Decisions based on emotions are more consistent — and might be more satisfying — than those based on deliberation.
Consolidating dealerships is a painful but essential step to rehabilitating the U.S. auto industry, argues Marcelo Olivares.
How can creditors protect themselves when a financial institution defaults?
Almost thirty years ago, Morris Holbrook and his colleagues stirred up a sea change in consumer research, tabling the old rationalist model and exploring the emotional side of consumer behavior.
New research reveals that bond investors extract a premium not only for risk but also for uncertainty.
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