Technical innovation makes more sense for some countries and companies than others.
A lesson on post-crisis financial stress disorder from 18th century Amsterdam.
A group of researchers say you should buy paintings if you like looking at them, but not to make money.
Market reactions to eurozone unification led to divergent labor productivity rates.
A novel tax-reform strategy in Europe reduces subsidies for taking on debt.
Research from Stanford's Michael Hannan examines how consumers perceive the value of organic and biodynamic Alsatian wines.
New research says working from home boosts employee happiness and productivity.
A Stanford research team proposes changes to credit default swaps to lower the risks of sovereign default.
Policy makers need to understand how early-stage companies in their own area work, rather than try to create another Silicon Valley, says Stanford management professor George Foster. He is coauthor of a new report published by the World Economic Forum.
The high price of popcorn at most movie theater concession stands actually benefits moviegoers, say researchers, including the business school’s Wesley Hartmann. It helps hold down the price of the movie ticket.