How potential alternative offers can affect negotiations Whether you are interviewing for a job or closing on a home, power is a central tool in negotiations. Research from professors of management John Sawyer and Dustin Sleesman at the University of … Continue reading →
Since the debut of Bitcoin in 2009, the cryptocurrency market has taken the world by storm. Today, cryptocurrencies are becoming an essential part of our everyday lives most especially when it comes to our financial transactions. Thus, more and more … Continue reading →
A cryptocurrency wallet is a secured digital wallet where you can store, send, or receive digital assets. It is a software program that stores your private and public keys without which you can’t use any cryptocurrency. Public keys are used … Continue reading →
Study finds deception often viewed as a sign of competence in certain occupations We say we don’t like liars. But when it comes time to negotiating a big sale, it turns out we tolerate people stretching the truth—and even expect … Continue reading →
Studie der Universität Tübingen untersucht betriebswirtschaftliche Effekte von mehr Frauen in Führungspositionen Unternehmen mit einem hohen Anteil weiblicher Führungskräfte gelingt es besser, ihre Risiken zu senken und nachhaltigen Erfolg sicherzustellen: Zu diesem Schluss kommen die Wirtschaftswissenschaftler Jan Riepe und Philip … Continue reading →
UChicago scholars co-author research that finds prices climbed 12% for washers, dryers Recent trade wars between the United States and other countries have raised the question: Who pays the price when countries raise tariffs or impose other import duties?
A recent study finds that the more a company’s earnings diverge from its non-financial resources, the less likely it is to issue a forecast of its annual earnings. For companies that issue a forecast, the larger the disconnect between a … Continue reading →