Smith Research

How To Make the Most of Online Reviews
Journal of Marketing
New award-winning research explains how consumers use online reviews and how marketers can make the most of them.
Apr 03, 2020
Can We Trace Corporate Generosity to Employee Moods?
Journal of Business Ethics
New research finds employee moods have a lot to do with a company's philanthropic efforts.
Mar 23, 2020
How Narcissists Affect Teams At Work
Journal of Management Studies
When it comes to empowering a team to do their best work, you don’t want a narcissist at the helm, finds new research.
Mar 05, 2020
In Healthcare, Marketing Should Focus on Patients
Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science
Big regulatory shifts and advancing technology in healthcare call for big shifts in healthcare marketing, where creating value for patients is paramount, say researchers at Maryland Smith’s Center for Health Information and Decision Systems.
Mar 03, 2020
Love Your Work and Your Paycheck, Too? Don’t Tell the Hiring Manager
Academy of Management Journal
New research finds hiring managers are biased against job candidates who reveal interest in things like pay and benefits, not just the work itself. But being motivated by both is better for organizations and employees.
Feb 25, 2020
The Trouble With Being Public in Emerging Markets
Journal of Financial Economics
You'd think the world’s major multinational, publicly traded firms might have an advantage across the developing world over privately owned rivals. Not so, according to new research. And the reason why is a bit surprising.
Feb 19, 2020
How To Achieve a Deeper Level of Diversity
Journal of Applied Psychology
Teams thrive when they leverage deeper-level diversity in the viewpoints of their members. Here’s how to do it.
Feb 03, 2020
Do Institutional Investors Have An Edge on News?
Review of Financial Studies
Research finds no advantage, just superior skills for institutional investors when it comes to reading and reacting to news with stock trades.
Jan 30, 2020

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