A new study finds that a different approach to food-relief efforts in the developing world could save more lives.
How, and why, Stanford's Anat Admati took on the banking system.
New research says working from home boosts employee happiness and productivity.
A new study finds good middle managers add to workplace productivity.
Professor Baba Shiv discusses how you can coax risk-averse managers to innovate.
New research shows we sometimes prefer hierarchical relationships over equal ones.
Negotiators gain more concessions with cool threats than with heated words.
Stanford GSB researchers find that how people respond to mistakes can be a "clue to who they are.”
Given the pervasiveness of social media, should the board of directors pay closer attention to the information exchanged on these sites? Can this information be used to improve oversight and risk management?
David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan at the Corporate Governance Research Program examine succession plans, what a board can do if the market reacts positively to the death of its CEO, and whether the board should revise its succession plan if its CEO engages in risky hobbies or lifestyle habits.