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Moore School marketing professor's research finds quasi-elitist social network within consumer review communities

When you think of online communities, what comes to mind?

Moore School research finds more severe product issues typically delay recalls

Companies might not put product recall as high up on their priority lists as you might hope.

Moore School economics professor discovers ER wait times affect mortality rates and health care costs

Emergency room research shows that wait times could literally be slowly killing patients.

Moore School international business professor finds social influence in African stock market

Moore School international business professor Christopher Yenkey discusses the effects of social influence on the Kenyan stock market.

Moore School accounting professor finds underlying language cues in analysts' reports that might signal buy quality

This recent research from Mark Cecchini shows that word choice really can make all the difference.

Underlying CEO narcissism might not be as destructive as you think

"Functioning narcissists have learned how to behave very well," doctoral student Ormonde Cragun said. "You can't exactly climb the corporate ladder and get to the top by offending people as you go."

Are HR managers wasting time trying to measure negative behaviors in the workplace?

Moore School management professor Nichelle Carpenter examines the methods and outcomes of employee evaluations and asks whether they're even worth it.

Moore School international business professor's publishes family firm research in Harvard Business Review

International business professor Marc van Essen published his recent family firm findings in Harvard Business Review.

Research examines relationship between pay-for-performance and future performance pay

Research by Moore School human resources professor Anthony Nyberg suggests that employees seem to respond better to bonuses than overall pay raises.

Moore School international business professor examines the future of manufacturing in the world's workshop

Darla Moore School of Business international business professor Michael Murphree predicts greater efficiency in Chinese manufacturing.

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