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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.
Upon mining the purchasing decisions and attitudes of several participants, marketing professor Daniella Kupor and her co-researcher found that consumers typically rated the more moderate positive reviews as most helpful.
A new study from marketing professor Didem Kurt and her co-researchers examines the impact of religiosity on spending.
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.
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.