From gender equality to hiring employees with a criminal record, grants fund promising early-stage research.
Author: Supriya Manot
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As the marketplace for service-based employment increases, firms must carefully decide how to allocate control and employment status to those who deliver those services, according to professor Andrei Hagiu, in his latest research.
The social learning acquired through consumer reviews may lead either to products of inferior quality or to products with modestly higher quality but significantly higher prices, find Questrom’s Pnina Feldman and her colleagues.
Started by students and alumni, these businesses may have the perfect gift for everyone on your list.
New research by Questrom professor Keith Ericson and his colleagues puts a spotlight on the variations in rates that insurers negotiate with hospitals – and why that should matter to you.
Researchers from Questrom find that most people are exposed to diverse information, but post more moderately.
By conducting an experiment on more than 42,000 households, Robert Metcalfe, professor of markets, public policy and law and his co-researchers found a dramatic shift in people’s energy consumption patterns.
Researchers at Boston University find that current trends in the transportation industry could collectively lead to reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.
Marketing Science Institute recently inducted Questrom professor Georgios Zervas to its Young Scholars Class of 2019.