A new study by Professor Katherine White finds that telling customers that product information is available online makes people more likely to buy it – even if they don’t actually go to the website.
Financial analysts are provoking unwarranted volatility in the financial markets with forecasts that are out of line with reality, according to a new study by UBC Sauder accounting professors Russell Lundholm and Rafael Rogo.
Shoppers making ethical purchases, such as buying organic food or environmentally friendly cars, are generally seen as more virtuous – unless they’re receiving government assistance, finds a study by Professor Darren Dahl.
Ideology is a key factor in determining how people assess the credibility of scientific researchers, according to a new UBC Sauder School of Business study.
CEOs of publicly traded companies are fired too quickly, putting firms at a long-term disadvantage, shows a forthcoming study by Professor Kai Li.
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