A lesson on post-crisis financial stress disorder from 18th century Amsterdam.
Stanford marketing professor Szu-chi Huang finds that what motivates people to achieve a goal changes along the journey.
In his quarterly column, a Stanford professor of organizational behavior describes how group membership influences behavior.
New research suggests American investors may have overreacted to this form of going public.
A Stanford scholar presents the first experimental evidence that employers get what they pay for.
Researchers find that just reading about God can affect people’s behavior on tasks, even the behavior of non-believers.
A marketing professor explores what happens when the interests of an advertiser and a consumer aren’t such a perfect match.
A Stanford scholar discusses a collaborative, human-centered approach to solving some of the world's most pressing problems.
A finance professor says big banks need tougher capital regulations — for our sake, and for theirs.
Research in Sierra Leone offers insights into how to help voters elect better leaders, dampen ethnic rivalries, and strengthen democracy.