Business Archive

Jay Zagorsky, Boston University – Can Important Unions Collapse and Disappear

Unions can seem very strong, until they’re not. Jay Zagorsky, clinical associate professor at the Questrom

Insiya Hussain, University of Texas at Austin – Social Impact Framing Can Inhibit Job Candidates from Negotiating

Can money and altruism mix? Insiya Hussain, assistant professor of management at the University of Texas

Heather Vough, George Mason University – Why People Don’t Call Themselves Entrepreneurs

Would you call yourself an entrepreneur? Heather Vough, associate professor of management at George Mason University,

David Grenardo, University of St. Thomas – Compensating College Athletes for Playing

On University of St. Thomas Week: College athletes getting paid to play is inevitable, so how

Elizabeth Patton, University of Maryland Baltimore County – The Home Office and Work-Life Balance

On University of Maryland Baltimore County Week: A healthy work-life balance can be difficult no matter

Cihan Uzmanoglu, Binghamton University – The Stock Market Tips

How much does the stock market affect tipping in a cab ride? Cihan Uzmanoglu, Zurack professor

Samantha Dodson, University of British Columbia – The Morality of Himpathy for Sexual Harassers

Women in the workplace still fight an uphill battle to report sexual harassment. Samantha Dodson, postdoctoral

Einav Hart, George Mason University – When “Winning” a Negotiation Can Make You Worse Off

Negotiations that suit both parties can lead to the best outcomes. Einav Hart, assistant professor of

PK Toh, University of Texas at Austin – Who Pulls a Company Out of a (Technological) Rut?

Star employees aren’t the only ones who shape the future of a company. PK Toh, associate

Andrew Belnap, University of Texas at Austin – Are Tax Audits Bad for Business?

Are tax audits bad for business? Andrew Belnap, assistant professor of accounting in the McCombs School