Featuring research debunking a mortgage crisis myth, how private equity is powering smaller businesses, and counting the cost of service with a smile.
Real estate researchers analyzed county-level data and found subprime lending was not the prime mover of soaring home prices at the time, bursting a misconception about the 2008 mortgage crisis.
Private equity buyouts aren't just for turnarounds. Those firms profit by spotting the missing thing that healthy small businesses need to thrive: access to capital.
The daily journey of staying cheerful at work can lead to emotional exhaustion for employees and lower productivity over time, according to a new management study.
New MIS research finds people are more likely to trust computer-generated advice to help them with language-related and creative tasks, like word associations, even when the advice was of low quality.
Risk management professor co-authors lessons learned in Harvard Business Review article.
Mental health costs could anchor the case against data monopolies, according to legal studies professor.
Buyer beware is the current reality around this investing strategy.
GM pilots case study project focusing on electric vehicles.
Did Georgia’s merit scholarship spark entrepreneurial activity?
Venture capital helping student-led startups flourish.
MIS researchers work to open mountains of data to new analysis.
Sweatproof cosmetic line tops startups from 11 other SEC schools.
Scott Graffin also holds the Synovus Chair in Servant Leadership.