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U.S. altruism may not be the only factor that shapes U.S. trade policy.
Adam Kleinbaum's latest look at employee social networks suggests those who follow nontraditional career paths may be more in the know.
Katharina Lewellen and colleagues look at the investment patterns of nonprofit hospitals and find them remarkably similar to those of shareholder-owned corporations.
Alva Taylor uncovers the skills firms need to innovate across technological divides.
Constance Helfat examines the impact of dynamic capabilities on firm performance and finds there are advantages to forgoing business as usual.
B. Espen Eckbo examines share price run-ups in merger negotiations and finds that neither side puts much stock into the rumors.
Manuel Adelino finds a new way to measure the effect of credit on home prices and offers new evidence that cheap credit alone was not to blame for the bubble.