Companies like Apple, Google and Airbnb scale faster and attract more users because they’re able to harness the power of external resources, according to an award winning paper by Marshall Van Alstyne and his colleagues.
Author: Supriya Manot
Boston University achieved its first ever placement in the Most Innovative Universities list, while Questrom School of Business ranked 42nd in the overall national universities category.
An Associate Professor of Finance, Rindisbacher has been appointed to the role of Senior Associate Dean for Faculty & Research.
A new research by prof. Jesse Shore and his colleagues found that groups that intermittently saw the attempted solutions of their teammates proved to have both the highest average performance and were also most likely to come up with an ideal solution to a problem.
Startup cofounders Rouwenna Altemose, Shironda White and Daylin Frantin’s are competing in Innovate@BU’s 10 week program.
A new research co-authored by Michel Anteby, professor of organizational behavior finds that increased employee monitoring in the workforce could definitely backfire.
A recent study by accounting professor Ana Albuquerque and Fudan University’s Julie Lei Zhu found that SOX 404 compliance requirements encouraged investment activities among firms rather than causing a hindrance.
Siobhan O’Mahony to examine entrepreneurial ecosystems in her new research at University of Virginia Darden School of Business.
The ranking is an increase of three places globally from the prior edition of the publication’s “Which MBA?” rankings of Executive MBA Programs.
A new research by PhD graduate Sarah Whitley, and professors Remi Trudel and Didem Kurt explores people’s unique buying preferences.