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HBS Working Knowledge
Sep 26, 2018

Shifting Centers of Gravity: Host Country versus Headquarters Influences on MNC Subsidiary Knowledge Inheritance
This study by , and compares how multinational corporation subsidiaries inherit knowledge from both the headquarters and the local context. To do so the authors analyzed seven years of data (2005-2011) of US patents filed by all subsidiaries of the top 25 US headquartered multinationals.

HBS Working Knowledge
Sep 25, 2018

New Research and Ideas, September 25, 2018
Hefty taxes hamper innovation ... Tech companies snap up economists ... The pros and cons of distressed investing.

HBS Working Knowledge
Sep 24, 2018

How Cost Accounting Is Improving Health Care in Rural Haiti
The cost of health care in rural Haiti was found to vary widely, even inside the same health organization. A pioneering cost accounting system co-developed by was called in determine the cause.

HBS Working Knowledge
Sep 24, 2018

How Cost Accounting is Improving Healthcare in Rural Haiti
The cost of healthcare in rural Haiti was found to vary widely, even inside the same health organization. A pioneering cost accounting system co-developed by was called in determine the cause.

HBS Working Knowledge
Sep 20, 2018

Did Entrepreneur Ernesto Tornquist Help or Hurt Argentina?


HBS Working Knowledge
Sep 19, 2018

From Immigrants to Americans: Race and Assimilation During the Great Migration
The Great Migration of African Americans and the mass migration of Europeans both contributed to forming the modern American racial and ethnic landscape. This analysis finds that native whites more readily accepted European immigrants as African Americans arrived in the US North during the first Great Migration, facilitating the assimilation of European immigrants in northern urban centers.

HBS Working Knowledge
Sep 19, 2018

Say Again? Uncommon Advice for Common Business Problems
Sometimes the right answer is far from obvious. Learn why an introvert may be the best choice to lead your team, taking a pay cut might make you a better manager, and why you should not trust your gut when the pressure is on.

HBS Working Knowledge
Sep 18, 2018

After the Carnival: Key Factors to Enhance Olympic Legacy and Prevent Olympic Sites from Becoming White Elephants
After the Games end, Olympic venues must be used effectively and earn enough revenue to cover large ongoing costs or their owners—local governments and taxpayers—will face deficits. This fieldwork-based research and analysis of stadium use at 10 of the last 12 Summer Olympics sites highlights eight factors for better sustainability.

HBS Working Knowledge
Sep 18, 2018

New Research and Ideas, September 18, 2018
Which voters actually make it to the polls? ... Turning an Olympic ‘white elephant' into a cash cow ... How race compelled immigrants to assimilate.

HBS Working Knowledge
Sep 17, 2018

The Impact of Penalties for Wrong Answers on the Gender Gap in Test Scores
Multiple-choice questions on standardized tests are widely seen as objective measures of student ability, but the common practice of assessing penalties for wrong answers may generate gender bias. Katherine B. Coffman and David Klinowski document the impact of a policy change that removed penalties for wrong answers on the national college entry exam in Chile.

HBS Working Knowledge
Sep 17, 2018

Welcome to Retirement. Who Am I Now?
Transitioning from work to retirement can be bumpy, as we wrestle with questions of identity and rebuilding relationships. Teresa Amabile presents preliminary findings on the journey to after-work life.

HBS Working Knowledge
Sep 11, 2018

New Research and Ideas, September 11, 2018
How online competition affects retail prices ... Feeding America designs marketplace for food banks ... Let's talk taxes.

HBS Working Knowledge
Sep 11, 2018

IQ from IP: Simplifying Search in Portfolio Choice
This paper finds that mutual fund managers solve their complex "search problem" for superior investable returns by tracking—and trading—on very particular sets of firms and insiders. These sets are chosen strategically and remain very persistent over time, as does the outperformance these insiders' trades afford to the given fund managers.

HBS Working Knowledge
Sep 10, 2018

Celebrating 'The Men and Women of the Corporation' 40 Years Later
Rosabeth Moss Kanter's "Men and Women of the Corporation," published 41 years ago this year, has inspired and informed a generation of scholars studying gender, status, and power. Robin J. Ely interviews Kanter abou the seminal work and why it remain relevant today.

HBS Working Knowledge
Sep 06, 2018

Should US Companies Still Care About the Paris Climate Change Agreement?


HBS Working Knowledge
Sep 05, 2018

The Hidden Benefit of Giving Back to Open Source Software
Firms that allow their software programmers to "give back" to the open source community on company time gain benefits--even though competitors might benefit too, says Frank Nagle.

HBS Working Knowledge
Sep 04, 2018

Some Facts of High-Tech Patenting
This study details the growth of patenting in software, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and related technologies in the twenty-first century, and the continuing dominance of inventors in large US, Japanese, and Korean companies. Researchers still need to understand the impact of such trends on social welfare more generally.

HBS Working Knowledge
Sep 04, 2018

New Research and Ideas, September 4, 2018
Tough negotiators do better ... How to foster creativity in the workplace ... The pros and cons of a long drug approval process.

HBS Working Knowledge
Sep 04, 2018

Investing Outside the Box: Evidence from Alternative Vehicles in Private Capital
Private equity vehicles that differ from the traditional structure have become a major portion of investors' portfolios, especially over the past decade. This study identifies differences in performance across limited and general partners participating in such vehicles, as well as across the two broad classes of alternative vehicles.

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 29, 2018

How Much Does Your Boss Make? The Effects of Salary Comparisons
This study of more than 2,000 employees at a multibillion dollar firm explores how perceptions about peers' and managers' salaries affect employee behaviors and preferences for equity. Research by Zoë B. Cullen and Ricardo Perez-Truglia.

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 29, 2018

What Should Harley-Davidson's Management Do?
Harley-Davidson was the president of the United States' poster child for American manufacturing—until the company announced plans to build a plant in Asia. What are the CEO's options, asks James Heskett, now that POTUS has unleashed a tweet war against his company?

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 28, 2018

Homesick or Home Run? Distance from Hometown and Employee Performance: A Natural Experiment from India
Distance from one's hometown has effects on individual work performance, according to research by Prithwiraj Choudhury and Ohchan Kwon. First-year performance ratings tend to be high the further employees work from their hometown. Three years later, however, longer travel times are associated with lower ratings, with implications for managers.

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 28, 2018

New Research and Ideas, August 28, 2018
How comparing salaries affects employee effort ... This worker contract inspires innovative ideas ... Low-performing salespeople need frequent quotas.

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 27, 2018

Guts, Gall, and Good Luck: What It Takes To Be An Entrepreneur
What are the ingredients that make an entrepreneur successful? Here is a collection of stories and research that shows the way to making a difference in industries as diverse as green technologies, beauty products, and outer space.

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 22, 2018

Developing a Strategy for the Digital World
A new book by Sunil Gupta, "Driving Digital Strategy," explores how traditional businesses can make the leap into the digital age.

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 22, 2018

Sustainability and Green Business in Latin America During Globalization Waves
Capitalism has created much wealth but at the cost of massive ecological destruction. This has been particularly severe in Latin America over the past century. Yet the last three decades have also seen a wave of businesses across sectors ranging from beauty to eco-tourism aimed at greater sustainability. Research by Geoffrey Jones.

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 21, 2018

New Research and Ideas, August 21, 2018


HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 20, 2018

Bargain Hunters Beware: A Store's 'Original Price' Might Not Be After All
Retailers often compare a "sale" price to the original price. Donald Ngwe says consumers should be skeptical of those original prices — and so should regulators.

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 15, 2018

Why Entrepreneurs Must Focus on Building Trust
Legal and social institutions that support entrepreneurs often aren't well established in developing countries. Tarun Khanna's new book explains how businesses can make up for that by building trust.

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 14, 2018

First Look at New Research and Ideas, August 14, 2018
Vote for me! ... Why are US central cities in such rough shape? ... Shifting into high gear at Shift Technologies.

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 13, 2018

Women Heart Patients Do Better with Women Doctors
Roughly one in 66 women has a better chance of leaving the hospital alive if their doctor is also a woman, according to research by Laura Huang and colleagues.

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 13, 2018

Women Heart Patients Have Better Survival Odds with Women Doctors
Roughly one in 66 women has a better chance of leaving the hospital alive if their doctor is also a woman, according to research by Laura Huang and colleagues.

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 09, 2018

Two Million Fake Accounts: Sales Misconduct at Wells Fargo


HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 08, 2018

Parmigiano-Reggiano, Jane Austen, and Other Things You Didn't Know About Finance
Why did Italian bank Credito Emiliano accept young Parmigiano-Reggiano as loan collateral? What can Jane Austen and Mel Brooks teach us about finance fundamentals? What's up with millennials and their Chase Sapphire Reserve cards? Our recent stories explain all.

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 07, 2018

New Research and Ideas, August 8, 2018
Let's shake on it ... Sowing seeds of democracy with economic integration ... How a company focused its relief efforts.

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 07, 2018

Economic Integration and Democracy: An Empirical Investigation
This study by Giacomo Magistretti and Marco Tabellini suggests that demand for democracy increases with economic integration due to the presence of a learning and cultural transmission channel, so less democratic countries learn from the institutions of their (more) democratic partners.

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 07, 2018

Gifts of the Immigrants, Woes of the Natives: Lessons from the Age of Mass Migration
Investigating the economic and political effects of immigration across US cities between 1910 and 1930, Marco Tabellini finds that political opposition to immigration can arise even when immigrants bring widespread economic benefits.

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 07, 2018

The Latest Research and Ideas
Let's shake on it ... Sowing seeds of democracy with economic integration ... How a company focused its relief efforts.

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 06, 2018

Supersmart Design Tools Drop Prices of TVs, Bulbs, and Solar Panels
Electronics manufactuers are finding it more difficult to stay ahead of low-cost competitors, says Willy Shih.

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 06, 2018

Supersmart Manufacturing Tools are Lowering Prices on TVs, Bulbs, and Solar Panels
Electronics manufacturers are finding it more and more difficult to stay ahead of low-cost competitors, says Willy Shih.

HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 01, 2018

Are Free Trade and Free Markets Quaint Ideas From the Past?
Free trade seems to work well for countries and companies, but less well for labor, observes James Heskett. A number of new books suggest the resulting social costs need correrction. Do you agree?

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 31, 2018

How Does Product Liability Risk Affect Innovation? Evidence from Medical Implants
This analysis by Alberto Galasso and Hong Luo examines how a surge in liability risk faced by upstream suppliers of general purpose technologies (polymers) affected downstream innovation in implant technologies.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 31, 2018

New Research and Ideas, July 31, 2018
Practical advice for advisors ... A focus on company culture ... India's ambitious health insurance program.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 30, 2018

Why Ethical People Become Unethical Negotiators
You may think you are an ethical person, but self-interest can cloud your judgment when you sit down at the barganing table, says Max Bazerman.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 24, 2018

New Research and Ideas, July 24, 2018
Changing your thinking can change your life ... An innovative contest seeks employee ideas ... Blockbuster films on a micro-budget.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 24, 2018

4 Ways Managers Can Exercise Their 'Agency' to Change the World
In the face of today's many messy problems, businesses must strive to help find solutions, argues George Serafeim. Managers who learn to exercise their "agency" at every level will be in the best position.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 23, 2018

The Creative Consulting Company
The most creative consulting companies balance conflicting demands between short-term business development and long-term knowledge creation. Research by Robert S. Kaplan, Richard Nolan, and David P. Norton.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 23, 2018

The Open Office Revolution Has Gone Too Far
When Ethan Bernstein used wearable technology to track workers around their open office, he discovered many who were trying to avoid collaboration rather than engage in it.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 18, 2018

No More General Tso's? A Threat to 'Knowledge Recombination&#39


HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 18, 2018

No More General Tso's? A Threat to 'Knowledge Recombination&#39
Immigrants bring with them innovations from their homelands, knowledge that local inventors often build upon, says Prithwiraj Choudhury. Examples: turmeric medicine, double-entry bookkeeping, and American Chinese food.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 17, 2018

New Research and Ideas, July 17, 2018
Should we blame the robots when high tech does harm? ... Time to mingle vs. money to spend ... Creative consultants bring fresh ideas.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 16, 2018

Kids of Working Moms Grow Into Happy Adults
In earlier research, Kathleen McGinn and colleagues discovered that adult kids of working moms are high achievers. Now it turns out they are happier, too.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 16, 2018

The Impact of Increasing Search Frictions on Online Shopping Behavior: Evidence from a Field Experiment
With even minor changes to the design of an online store, sellers may get more full priced sales from price-insensitive shoppers. As shoppers spend more time on the website given higher search frictions, they may also be considering a larger set of products.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 11, 2018

The Transformation of Microsoft


HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 11, 2018

Channeled Attention and Stable Errors
As humans we are surprisingly good at neglecting unexpected information that conflicts with what we "know" to be true. This paper develops a framework for predicting when we are more likely to "get a clue" despite this cognitive barrier to discovering our own mistakes.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 10, 2018

New Research and Ideas, July 10, 2018
Is time on the CEO's side? ... Casting doubt on the retail discount ... Tech giants battle over voice assistants.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 09, 2018

Overcoming the Challenge of Selling Brand New Technology (Hey, Need a 3-D Printer?)
Selling advanced technology that is new to the market involves tricky tradeoffs about targeting prospects, sales channels, and customer support. Frank Cespedes makes the point with 3-D printers.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 09, 2018

Overcoming the Challenges of Selling Brand New Technology (Hey, Need a 3-D Printer?)
Selling technology that is new to the market involves tricky tradeoffs around prospect targeting, channels, and tactics. Frank Cespedes makes the point with 3-D printers.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 09, 2018

Hey, Buddy. Wanna Buy
a 3-D Printer Cheap?
Selling advanced technology that is new to the market involves tricky tradeoffs about targeting prospects, sales channels, and customer support. Frank Cespedes makes the point with 3-D printers.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 05, 2018

Henry Kissinger's Lessons for Business Negotiators
James Sebenius, co-author of a new book on Henry Kissinger's negotiation strategies and tactics, discusses what business negotiators can learn.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 05, 2018

Buying the Verdict
Lauren H. Cohen and Umit G. Gurun document systematic evidence that firms engage in specialized, locally targeted advertising when taken to a court-trial in a given location. Policymakers should consider what impact such targeted advertising is having—and whether it is a desired impact—on juries and the judicial process more generally.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 03, 2018

Should CEO Satya Nadella Cancel Microsoft's Contract with ICE?
Microsoft employees are putting heat on CEO Satya Nadella to cancel its contract with the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency. What would you do? asks James Heskett.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 03, 2018

New Research and Ideas, July 3, 2018
Corporate sustainability needs bigger political punch ... How AT&T answered the call for new switchboard ... India's rapid approach to developing medical devices.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 02, 2018

Corporate Tax Cuts Don't Increase Middle Class Incomes
New research by Ethan Rouen and colleagues suggests that corporate tax cuts contribute to income inquality.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 28, 2018

L.A. Philharmonic Shows the American Symphony Orchestra Isn't Dead Yet


HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 27, 2018

Negotiating a Better Future: How Interpersonal Skills Facilitate Inter-Generational Investment
For many girls in developing countries, early adolescence is a time of key challenges: school dropout rates rise, and social and economic pressures increase for marriage and motherhood. This randomized control trial involving Zambian adolescent girls finds that negotiation skills can help them navigate these challenges. Girls taught negotiation skills had significantly better educational outcomes over the next three years. Research by Kathleen McGinn and colleagues.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 26, 2018

New Research and Ideas, June 26, 2018
Shorter movie trailer clips are better for box office sales ... Amazon targets popular third-party sellers ... CEO drives new strategy but keeps old company culture.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 26, 2018

The Impact of Pensions and Insurance on Global Yield Curves
The global financial crisis and its aftermath had a dramatic impact on the solvency of pension funds and insurance companies. Drawing on a large cross-section of countries, this paper shows the importance of pension and insurance companies in determining the yields on long maturity bonds around the world.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 25, 2018

In America, Immigrants Really Do Get the Job Done
Far from being a drain on the US economy, William Kerr's research finds immigrants are a driver of innovation and entrepreneurship.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 20, 2018

Show or Tell? Improving Agent Decision Making in a Tanzanian Mobile Money Field Experiment
Mobile money is popular in developing economies but many agents do not maintain proper inventory levels. This paper, based on a study of 4,771 agents in Tanzania, shows how training and ongoing guidance improve their inventory management. Agents who get in-person training and explicit inventory recommendations tend to stock out less.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 19, 2018

New Research and Ideas, June 19, 2018
Tracing the rise of tractor technology ... An investment in the greater good ... How Sony got its groove back.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 19, 2018

Has Environmental Sustainability Lost its Relevance?
Companies have thought for decades about business-focused solutions to fix the deteriorating environment. But judging by continually rising waters and temperatures, we may need a rethink about what sustainability means, suggest participants at a recent conference at Harvard Business School.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 19, 2018

Has Sustainability Lost its Relevance?
Companies have thought for decades about business-focused solutions to fix the deteriorating environment. But judging by continually rising waters and temperatures, we may need a rethink about what sustainability means, suggest participants at a recent conference at Harvard Business School.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 18, 2018

A Measure of Risk Appetite for the Macroeconomy
This paper sheds new light on connections between financial markets and the macroeconomy. It shows that investors' appetite for risk—revealed by common movements in the pricing of volatile securities—helps determine economic outcomes and real interest rates.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 18, 2018

Warning: Scarey Warning Labels Work!
If you want to convince consumers to stay away from unhealthy diet choices, don't be subtle about possible consequences, says Leslie John. These graphically graphic warning labels seem to do the trick.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 18, 2018

Warning: Scary Warning Labels Work!
If you want to convince consumers to stay away from unhealthy diet choices, don't be subtle about possible consequences, says Leslie John. These graphically graphic warning labels seem to do the trick.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 14, 2018

How Chase Sapphire Made Credit Cool for Millennials


HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 13, 2018

Learning to Become a Taste Expert
How should we learn to discriminate a fine wine or chocolate? Tradition says use a flavor wheel and map the taste into vocabulary. Kathryn A. Latour and John A. Deighton find that works for novices, but, beyond a point, it is counterproductive. Enthusiasts perform more like experts when they abandon language and just "draw the shape" of the taste.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 13, 2018

That Costs HOW Much?
Beyond the attributes of the product itself, price is probably the leading determinant of success in the marketplace. What does it takes to get the price right?

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 12, 2018

New Research and Ideas, June 12, 2018
Are borrowers doomed to fall into debt traps? ... The selfish reason some people make mistakes ... How Target became a data science organization.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 12, 2018

In a Landscape of 'Me Too' Drug Development, What Spurs Radical Innovation?
Pharmaceutical companies are criticized for not producing more breakthrough drugs. But new research by Joshua Krieger and colleagues shows that, given a financial windfall, drug giants turn on the innovation.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 11, 2018

Why South Korea's Samsung Built the Only Outdoor Skating Rink in Texas
New research by Lauren Cohen and Umit Gurun finds that when some companies are sued, they put their advertising dollars to work in unusual ways to influence local juries. Meet 'TiVo,' the championship steer.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 06, 2018

Cut Salaries or Cut People? The Best Way to Survive a Downturn
When times are tight, companies usually respond with employee layoffs. But what if they held on to workers and cut their salaries instead? New research by Christopher Stanton and colleagues has the answer.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 06, 2018

Complex Disclosure
This study by Michael Luca and colleagues shows that companies looking to hide unfavorable information might strategically be making contract terms unnecessarily complex, harming consumers and undermining the effectiveness of disclosure.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 05, 2018

New Research and Ideas, June 5, 2018
How immigrants affect the workforce ... The value of creativity ... Ready for a snack?

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 04, 2018

Are There Conditions Under Which Directors Should Consider a CEO Fired Elsewhere for Inappropriate Behavior?
Executives fired fairly or unfairly over worker violence and harassment charges are about to seek new jobs. James Heskett asks the difficult but unavoidable question: Are there conditions under which boards should consider hiring them?

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 04, 2018

Are There Conditions Under Which Directors Should Consider Hiring a CEO Fired Elsewhere for Inappropriate Behavior?
Executives fired fairly or unfairly over worker violence and harassment charges are about to seek new jobs. James Heskett asks the difficult but unavoidable question: Are there conditions under which boards should consider hiring them?

HBS Working Knowledge
Jun 04, 2018

Think of it as Professors in Cars Having Coffee
In the new Harvard Business School podcast series After Hours, professors Youngme Moon, Felix Oberholzer-Gee, and Mihir Desai discuss issues ranging from gun control to voice-activated digital assistants.

HBS Working Knowledge
May 31, 2018

Careem: Riding the First Unicorn in the Middle East


HBS Working Knowledge
May 30, 2018

Should Intellectual Property be Protected in International Trade?
SUMMING UP To do business in China, American firms often lose some of their intellectual property as well. James Heskett's readers think that price is too high.

HBS Working Knowledge
May 30, 2018

Should Retailers Match Prices Online and in Stores?
For multichannel retailers, pricing strategy can be complicated and confuse shoppers. Research by Elie Ofek and colleagues offers alternative approaches.

HBS Working Knowledge
May 30, 2018

Should Retailers Match Their Own Prices Online and in Stores?
For multichannel retailers, pricing strategy can be complicated and confuse shoppers. Research by Elie Ofek and colleagues offers alternative approaches.

HBS Working Knowledge
May 29, 2018

New Research and Ideas, May 29, 2018
Banks with materialistic CEOs face risk problems ... Poor economic growth makes people miserable ... The business lessons learned from Disney's comeback.

HBS Working Knowledge
May 29, 2018

Under What Conditions Would You Hire a CEO 'Displaced' by #MeToo?
Executives "displaced" by #MeToo will soon be back on the job market, says James Heskett. Would you hire "tainted talent" under any circumstance?

HBS Working Knowledge
May 25, 2018

Trust and Disintermediation: Evidence from an Online Freelance Marketplace
Intermediaries such as brokers, distributors, and agents all face a risk of disintermediation, when two sides circumvent the intermediary and thus avoid the intermediary's fees. This study by Grace Gu and Feng Zhu of a large online freelance marketplace finds that enhanced user trust increases this risk, alongside other contributing factors like being geographically near one another, having easily divisible jobs, and clients themselves having high ratings.

HBS Working Knowledge
May 24, 2018

Distance Still Matters in Business, Despite the Internet
The internet makes distance less a problem for businesses, but geography still matters in the digital age, explains Shane Greenstein.

HBS Working Knowledge
May 23, 2018

How to Know if Your Neighborhood is Being Gentrified
Using modern digital tools, Michael Luca and colleagues hope to give urban planners a look into gentrification as it is happening.

HBS Working Knowledge
May 22, 2018

New Research and Ideas, May 22, 2018
Employees with a sense of purpose can boost firm performance ... Teenage girls who learn to negotiate do well in school ... How Ferrari is driving future growth.

HBS Working Knowledge
May 21, 2018

How Would You Price One of the World's Great Watches?
For companies with lots of innovation stuffed in their products, getting the price right is a crucial decision. Stefan Thomke discusses how watchmaker A. Lange & Söhne puts a price on its craftmanship.

HBS Working Knowledge
May 21, 2018

Business, Governments, and Political Risk in South Asia and Latin America Since 1970
Geoffrey Jones and Rachael Comunale show how perceptions of political risk by business leaders in emerging markets have differed between regions.

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