Research

Can a Mathematical Model Spot a Liar?
Innovation
July 20, 2022

Can a Mathematical Model Spot a Liar?

Read Now
Advancing the Study of ‘Time’ in Job Crafting
Business and Management INK
July 20, 2022

Advancing the Study of ‘Time’ in Job Crafting

Read Now
A Time and Space for Climate Change in Business and Society Research
Research
July 4, 2022

A Time and Space for Climate Change in Business and Society Research

Read Now
Digital Transformation Needs Organizational Talent and Leadership Skills to Be Successful
Jobs
June 8, 2022

Digital Transformation Needs Organizational Talent and Leadership Skills to Be Successful

Read Now
The Invisible Challenges ‘Foreign’ Authors Must Face

The Invisible Challenges ‘Foreign’ Authors Must Face

‘Scholars from the periphery’ often pay a price — unintentional but no less real — for their geography. In this post, Amon […]

Read Now
Making the Invisible Visible

Making the Invisible Visible

Despite their pertinence for academia, the authors found little methodological guidance on one of ‘The’ key and most time-intensive steps in meta-analytic research projects – Coding.

Read Now
Preparing the Next Generation of Graduates Using Interdisciplinary Team-Based Learning 

Preparing the Next Generation of Graduates Using Interdisciplinary Team-Based Learning 

Professional bodies and industry leaders often suggest there’s a mismatch between the theoretical knowledge students acquire at university and the skills they […]

Read Now
Comparing Priorities for Mental Health Research with Fostering Well-Being

Comparing Priorities for Mental Health Research with Fostering Well-Being

Wouter van de Klippe, Alfredo Yegros, Tim Willemse and Ismael Rafols discuss their mixed methods research into prioritization in mental health research, using expert focus groups and bibliometric data to explore how perceptions of where the field should be heading, differ from current research priorities and how different countries have developed different research priorities in this area. 

Read Now
Time for Management Researchers to Tackle Tipping

Time for Management Researchers to Tackle Tipping

As take-out and delivery via apps quickly became the norm during the pandemic, the author noticed seeing many more prompts to tip and intensifying rhetoric around tipping in some media outlets. This uptick surfaced many important policy and research questions the author wanted to draw attention to.

Read Now
Does Your Data Suffer from Common Method Variance?

Does Your Data Suffer from Common Method Variance?

In this post, authors Brian K. Miller and Marcia J. Simmering reflect on their recent research article, Attitude Toward the Color Blue:  […]

Read Now
You, Me, and EMM

You, Me, and EMM

It isn’t immediately obvious why inclusion of a moderator’s cause should make much difference in a model. Only when one does the path analytic math does one see that the obvious approach to testing these models doesn’t work.

Read Now
Organized Crime and Its Effect on New Businesses

Organized Crime and Its Effect on New Businesses

The authors wanted to understand how new businesses in particular might be influenced by prevalent organized crime because they are among the smallest and most fragile organizations.

Read Now

Subscribe to our mailing list

Get the latest news from the social and behavioral science community delivered straight to your inbox.