A new Sauder study reveals that North American service workers are more likely to sabotage rude customers, while Chinese react by disengaging from customer service altogether.
Assistant Professor Jason Chen's research has yielded an exciting new perspective on the nature of value stocks and growth stocks.
Is linking mortgages to pension programs an answer to high rates of mortgage defaults during a housing crisis? Assistant Professor Thomas Davidoff's research looks at possible solutions to a topical problem.
The second annual Connected Vehicle Workshop, on May 17, will focus on how wireless technologies, such as using crowdsourcing for smart street parking, can improve driving in Canada.
A new UBC study from the Sauder School of Business reveals that experiencing unfair treatment at work can sharpen the taste buds, providing evidence that stress has a physiological effect on people.
Professor Marc-David Seidel and his colleagues set out to determine if there was any connection between adolescent experiences and entrepreneurial leanings. Their research uncovered some remarkable findings.