Month: February 2012

How Banks Respond to Climate Change

Bettina Furrer, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Jens Hamprecht and Volker H. Hoffmann, both of ETH Zurich, published “Much Ado About […]

11 years ago

Weekly Overview of Social Science News

World Social Science confirmed for 2013, Black Iowans denied jobs test new bias theory, Suicide prevention bill moves ahead in Parliament and more in social science news this week.

11 years ago

Better Drowned than Duffers…?

Last Saturday, I went to the theatre to a see a touring production based on Arthur Ransome’s novel, Swallows and Amazons…. it prompted a number of thoughts about risk and risk management in the contemporary world.

11 years ago

Overcoming Relational Inertia

Forrest Briscoe and Wenpin Tsai, both of Penn State University, published “Overcoming Relational Inertia: How Organizational Members Respond to Acquisition Events […]

11 years ago

The Family in Family Business

Andrea L. Santiago, De La Salle University,  published “The Family in Family Business: Case of the In-Laws in Philippine Businesses” […]

11 years ago

Core Self Evaluations and Team Performance

Jeffrey J. Haynie, Auburn University, published “Core-Self Evaluations and Team Performance: The Role of Team-Member Exchange” on November 29th, 2011 in […]

11 years ago