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RESEARCH NEWS ARCHIVE '2010'

Circumstantial, but true?

December 15, 2010

Research by a team of academics that included Mendoza's Andriy Bodnaruk found signs of insider trading by financial conglomerates
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ND Management Professor earns ‘best paper’ award for greenwashing research

November 22, 2010

Management Professor Sarv Devaraj wins a research award for his study of how companies' reports about sustainability efforts relates to actual performance.
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Want a happier workforce? Go green, says ND researcher

October 14, 2010

Research being conducted on sustainable dairy farms shows that employees are likelier to feel happier about their jobs when their efforts contribute to more than profit-making.
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Doctors' tech adoption influenced by social circle

September 13, 2010

Management professor Corey Angst in quoted in this article about his research on hospitals adopting electronic medical records
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Promises Aren't Enough: Business Schools Need to Do a Better Job Teaching Students Values

August 23, 2010

Marketing professor Joe Urbany's research paper, "How to Make Values Count in Everyday Decisions" was mentioned in this article about teaching ethics.
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Falling dominoes: Influential hospitals can help speed adoption of electronic medical records

August 16, 2010

Management professors Corey Angst and Ken Kelley discuss their research about using a "social contagion" model to study the diffusion of electronic medical records in U.S. hospitals.
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Ann Tenbrunsel: We're not as ethical as we think we are

July 6, 2010

A study to be published this fall examines "ethical fading" in a person's decision-making process, which results in inaccurate views of how ethical a person is.
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Q&A with Tim Gilbride: What do consumers really want?

June 14, 2010

Consumers say they will spend $500 for a camera with all the bells and whistles, but will they when it comes time to buy? Tim Gilbride's marketing research helps companies sort out what consumers will really do.
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Free trade research recognized as ‘Top 20 Most-Cited’

June 1, 2010

Finance Professor Jeff Bergstrand researched the impact of free-trade agreements on trade flows and found they quintupled the amount of trade. His paper was recently recognized as one of the 20 most-cited in the Journal of International Economics.
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CARE Conference 2010: Forecasting extreme events

May 28, 2010

Accountancy is paying more research attention to financial forecasting and finding that models from disciplines as diverse as marine biology have application in predicting financial events.
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