Journals

Research at Smith highlights contributions from the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business to the 50 top business journals in the world, as measured by Financial Times. The list is based on survey data from about 200 business schools worldwide and is used in the Financial Times Research Rank.

When Rudeness Becomes A Matter of Life or Death
New research shows how rudeness can become deadly, interfering with doctors' decision-making and lead to misdiagnoses.
Apr 15, 2021
Have Something To Say? Your Boss Wants You to Do it in Private.
Managers want employees to share thoughts and concerns in one-on-one settings – not public meetings – because they want to save face, finds new research.
Apr 13, 2021
The Other Side of Mobile App Adoption
New research shows higher app adoption among hotel chains could be linked to lower spending among lower level loyalty customers, who are more likely to use apps to get the best deals.
Apr 13, 2021
Gaining Confidence To Speak Up
New research finds don't women speak up as much as men in organizations, but they can gain confidence to do so if they see women leaders speak up first.
Mar 25, 2021
The Cost of Being Transparent
New research shows that information public companies reveal in SEC disclosures cuts down their competitive advantage faster.
Mar 23, 2021
With Great Power Comes Great Job Demands, Stress
New research finds that having power at work is a double-edged sword: it makes your job more demanding, which has both good implications and bad implications, simultaneously.
Mar 23, 2021
Need To Delegate At Work? Pick the Popular People
New research finds that employees with more friends at work will be better at getting things done and asking for help when they need it.
Mar 23, 2021
Behind The Dynamics of What We Buy
New research pair the data collected at checkout at major retailers with the “why” behind consumer purchases.
Mar 23, 2021
Unveiling the “Dark” Side of Business
New research shows the “dark” personality traits that make a boss bad may be the reason they got the job in the first place.
Mar 04, 2021
Why Short-Termism Is Shortsighted
When companies focus on returning money to shareholders each quarter, rather than spending money on innovation and improvements, they’re dragging down the economy, says new research.
Feb 23, 2021

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