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An Analyst's Actual Impact
Journal of Accounting and Economics
How much do analysts really move markets? New research examine the role that reports play in determining an analyst's future at big investment banks.
Feb 11, 2019
A Key To More Innovation
Research Policy
Maryland Smith’s Brent Goldfarb shows that federal funding affects both the rate and direction of inventive activity, partly by investing in areas that private corporations eschew.
Feb 11, 2019
Using Data To Predict Mortality
Production and Operations Management
A new predictive app that culls through medical data can offer a better answer to many cancer patients’ top question: “What’s my prognosis?”
Feb 11, 2019
Why Income Inequality Is the Wrong Question
Academy of Management Review
Alternative perspective shifts the focus from wealth distribution to wealth creation and upward mobility for the masses.
Feb 06, 2019
Art of the Supply Chain Deal
Production and Operations Management
A bargaining model developed at Maryland Smith helps buyers and sellers find balance in complex negotiations.
Feb 05, 2019
Rethinking Exclusivity In Luxury Markets
Journal of Marketing Research
As luxury labels become more accessible to a wider market, high-end brands must figure out how to maintain an aura of exclusivity to avoid losing legacy consumers.
Feb 05, 2019
A Smarter Way to Advertise Online
Journal of Marketing Research
A new algorithm adds transparency to the process, while helping campaign managers optimize results.
Feb 04, 2019
Neutralizing Speedy New Entry Threats
Information Systems Research
Incumbent IT firms could respond with higher investment in research and development, but most don’t.
Feb 01, 2019

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