Business & Research

As a leader, do you know if your employees trust you? Is your sense of their trust accurate? If you’re wrong, will that affect your success? Most business leaders hope their employees trust them, and that hope is warranted based

Firms in areas affected by the slave trade more often have tightly controlled ownership structures, which can limit their access to equity funding and opportunities for growth.

For Lamar Pierce, the subprime mortgage crisis and the Volkswagen emissions scandal are quintessential examples of how poor productivity incentives can drive misbehavior—the sort of misbehavior that crosses ethical lines and hurts people. Homebuyers had incentives to lie about their

Research shows Philadelphia’s soda tax isn’t as effective as policymakers had hoped.