Fracking has been good for local economies, says Tuck professor Erin Mansur and co-authors.
Santiago Gallino describes how customers are changing retail to suit their needs.
Native American tribes have been exploited for more than 200 years. Len Greenhalgh says enough is enough.
Fracking has been good for local economies, says Tuck professor Erin Mansur and...
Santiago Gallino describes how customers are changing retail.
Adam Kleinbaum studies network responsiveness.
A Clearer Portrait of the Informal Economy
Amit Bhattacharjee uncovers a contradiction in the public's understanding of the...
What’s not to like about a win-win? A lot, if it gets in the way of change.
A product’s early sales data may hold clues for marketers.
Professor of Marketing Peter Golder on entering international markets.
The world’s biggest companies have been ramping up efforts to curb climate change.
Skilled immigrants have long supported U.S. jobs and living standards.
Q&A with Scott Neslin, Albert Wesley Frey Professor of Marketing.
Sydney Finkelstein's new book will examine talent development in creative industries.
The E.B. Osborn Professor of Marketing on empathy, collegiality, and rock n' roll.
Professor Powell says the First-Year Project brings a new form of self-awareness.
Health Care law addresses core issues in health care coverage and insurance.
Richard D’Aveni, the Bakala Professor of Strategy, lays out a plan.
Firms innovate for developing countries and then export to the West.
Professor Ron Adner says having a great idea is not always enough to succeed.
To innovate for a country like India or China, you have to think very differently.
If last summer's debt-ceiling crisis taught us anything, says professor Richard...