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My Enemy, My Friend

New research by Tuck’s Ron Adner explores the delicate balance between competition and cooperation in today’s fluid business ecosystems.

Oct 22, 2019

The Surprising Power of Online Reviews

Tuck marketing professor Prasad Vana studies the impact of individual reviews on purchases.

Oct 02, 2019

Gordon Phillips Mines Census Data in a set of Pathbreaking Research Papers

With unique access to secure Census data, Phillips is answering new questions about how people use credit and make career choices.

Sep 26, 2019

Gordon Phillips and Colleagues Receive NSF Grant to Build New Business Open Knowledge Network

The grant will fund a project linking financial, business, and government information for ease of analysis for entrepreneurs, larger businesses, and researchers.

Sep 18, 2019

Retailer Apps: A New Channel for Customer Engagement

Tuck professor Scott Neslin uncovers the best customer segments for retailer mobile apps.

Sep 04, 2019

The Ripple Effects of Easier Access to Health Care

Tuck clinical professor Lindsey Leininger examines the interplay between two important social safety nets.

Aug 28, 2019

Kevin Lane Keller Wins 2019 Blair Award for Marketing Accountability

Keller, the E.B. Osborn Professor of Marketing at Tuck, was a joint recipient with Dr. Roger Sinclair of the inaugural Blair Award from the Marketing Accountability Standards Board.

Aug 19, 2019

Does Shared Ownership Lead to Less Competition?

Tuck professor Katharina Lewellen studies the effect of common ownership on inter-firm competition.

Aug 14, 2019

Making Sense of the Current Trade Conflicts

The U.S. has implemented an unprecedented set of trade barriers over the past year and a half. Tuck professor Emily Blanchard explains what they might mean for firms and consumers.

Aug 06, 2019

Five Things I Know about International Trade

Recent political discourse portrays international trade as a zero-sum game, says associate professor and globalization chair Davin Chor.

Jul 30, 2019

Does Financial Advice Cost More Than It Should?

Tuck finance professors Brian Melzer and Juhani Linnainmaa make a surprising discovery about financial advisors.

Jul 16, 2019

In China, Tensions Rise as Exports Slow

A new study by Tuck professor Davin Chor finds China’s export slowdown has brought an increase in labor unrest.

Jul 03, 2019

The Hidden Danger of Collaboration

Tuck professors Ron Adner and Dan Feiler examine a hidden driver of overconfidence in interdependent innovation.

Jun 27, 2019

Why We Believe Mobile Reviews

Tuck marketing professor Lauren Grewal studies the consumer implications of reviews posted from mobile devices.

Jun 19, 2019

How to Run for Office

Former New Hampshire Governor John Lynch shares his advice about running for elected office.

Jun 12, 2019

How We Adjust Our Behavior to What Is Perceived as Normal

Tuck professor Jennifer Dannals explores social norms within teams.

May 15, 2019

The Key to Energy Conservation? Priming Consumers with Price

Tuck marketing professor Praveen Kopalle studies the effect of pricing information on electricity usage.

May 07, 2019

Slaughter & Rees Report: Immigrants for the Heartland

America’s struggling communities are in desperate need of high-talent immigrants. We should welcome them, say Slaughter and Rees.

May 01, 2019

When It Comes to Household Finances, Are You Making the Right Decisions?

Three Tuck faculty members share their research on consumer-focused financial decisions.

Apr 29, 2019

From the Classroom to the Airwaves

Tuck professor Sydney Finkelstein’s new podcast delves into what makes ordinary people tick.

Mar 21, 2019

Four Steps to a Perfect Presentation

Professor Paul Argenti, who has taught corporate and management communication at Tuck for 38 years, shares his top tips for addressing an audience.

Mar 18, 2019

Slaughter & Rees Report: The Green New Deal and AOC

America should consider how to harness the earnestness of the Green New Deal—a resolution regarding climate change submitted by newly elected Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez—without wreaking economic havoc.

Mar 11, 2019

What Happened to U.S. Manufacturing?

Tuck professor Teresa Fort uses microdata to understand the decline in manufacturing employment.

Feb 28, 2019

Findings: Should I Extend My Brand?

Tuck professor Kevin Lane Keller talks the strategy behind brand stretch or, building a multi-category brand.

Feb 21, 2019

Slaughter & Rees Report: Whither Globalization and Work?

The future of work in the face of globalization remains unknown. But the best way to equip workers for whatever globalization might render is by investing in their human capital, say Slaughter and Rees.

Feb 11, 2019

Do Multinationals Get Special Tax Deals in the E.U.?

Tuck professor Leslie Robinson investigates the prevalence of state aid in European Union countries.

Feb 11, 2019

Developing Talent, Step by Step

In a companion workbook to Superbosses, Tuck professor Sydney Finkelstein offers dozens of practical exercises to improve talent management.

Feb 07, 2019

Beyond Anecdotes, CEOs Really Do Matter

Tuck professor Constance Helfat uses a statistical approach to prove the impact of CEO behavior.

Jan 24, 2019

What We’re Reading

Tuck faculty share the books at the top of their 2019 reading list.

Jan 18, 2019

When It Comes to Climate Change, We Need Monarch Leaders

The resourceful monarch butterfly provides an important lesson for today’s leaders, says former BlackRock executive John McKinley.

Jan 10, 2019

Slaughter & Rees Report: The New Year’s Upside of Falling Life Expectancy

For the third consecutive year, life expectancy in the U.S. has fallen.

Jan 07, 2019

Slaughter & Rees Report: Where Is There Hope for a Kinder and Gentler Nation? In Prison.

The First Step Act, which sits before the U.S. Senate, would create more opportunities for rehabilitation in federal prisons.

Dec 03, 2018

How Social Media May Undermine Profits

Research by Tuck professor Lauren Grewal shows consumers’ online identity can have negative effects on sales.

Nov 29, 2018

Tuck Professor Warns We Will Have Another Financial Crisis

Former BlackRock senior executive Peter Fisher, a clinical professor at Tuck, looks at the impact of the financial crisis 10 years later, what we have learned since then, and what we have not.

Nov 02, 2018

Slaughter & Rees Report: How to Save Globalization

When it comes to globalization, building a lifelong ladder of opportunity for all citizens is imperative, say Slaughter and Rees.

Nov 01, 2018

Tuck’s Eesha Sharma Named a Top Marketing Scholar

The Marketing Science Institute (MSI) recognized Eesha Sharma, associate professor of business administration at Tuck, as a 2019 MSI Young Scholar.

Oct 16, 2018