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Targeted price controls on supermarket products

Date: 01/12/2020 Author(s): Diego Aparicio; Alberto Cavallo Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) We study the impact of targeted price controls on supermarket products in Argentina. Using daily prices for controlled and non-controlled goods we examine the effects on inflation, product availability, entry and exit, and price dispersion. First, price controls have only a small and temporary effect on inflation that reverses soon after the controls ... More information

Creating and capturing value from emerging technologies

Date: 01/12/2020 Author(s): Yuliya Snihur; Raphael Amit; Christoph Zott Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) More information

Creative destruction in science

Date: 01/11/2020 Author(s): Warren Tierney; Jay H. Hardy III; C. R. Ebersole; K. Leavitt; D. Viganola; Elena Giulia Clemente; Michael Gordon; A. Dreber; M. Johannesson; T. Pfeiffer; Collaboration Hiring Decisions Forecasting Collaboration; Eric Luis Uhlmann Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) Drawing on the concept of a gale of creative destruction in a capitalistic economy, we argue that initiatives to assess the robustness of findings in the organizational literature should aim to simultaneously test competing ideas operating in the same theoretical space. In other words, replication efforts should seek not just to support or question ... More information

Rivals without a cause? Relative performance feedback creates destructive competition despite aligned incentives

Date: 01/10/2020 Author(s): Jan K. Woike; Sebastian Hafenbrädl Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) Whether people compete or cooperate with each other has consequences for their own performance and that of organizations. To explain why people compete or cooperate, previous research has focused on two main factors: situational outcome structures and personality types. Here, we propose that-above and beyond these two factors-situational cues, such ... More information Read related article

How mixed ownership affects decision making in turbulent times: Evidence from the digital revolution in telecommunications

Date: 01/10/2020 Author(s): David Wehrheim; Hakki Dogan Dalay; Andrea Fosfuri; Christian Helmers Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) This study examines how the ownership structure of corporations shapes their responses to discontinuous technological change. We analyze whether mixed ownership, a situation where following privatization a company's shares are held both privately and by the government, is associated with less innovation in response to discontinuous technological change. ... More information

Price and probability

Date: 01/10/2020 Author(s): Vicente Cuñat; Mireia Giné; Maria Guadalupe Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) We study the effects of anti-takeover provisions (ATPs) on the takeover probability, the takeover premium, and target selection. Voting to remove an ATP increases both the takeover probability and the takeover premium, that is, there is no evidence of a trade-off between premiums and takeover probabilities. We provide causal estimates based on shareholder ... More information

How do weekly obtained task i-deals improve work performance? The role of relational context and structural job resources, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology

Date: 01/10/2020 Author(s): Yasin Rofcanin; Mireia Las Heras; Mª José Bosch; Jakob Stollberger; Michael Mayer Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) More information

The Study of important marketing issues

Date: 01/10/2020 Author(s): Stefan Stremersch Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) Kohli and Haenlein (2020) should be praised for tackling an issue foundational to our purpose: How can academics in marketing study more important problems? The motivation for this paper is not new. For years indeed, scholars have deliberated whether the glass is half-full or half-empty (see, Lilien 2011; Reibstein et al. 2009; Roberts et al. 2014a ... More information

The Impact of informational and emotional television ad content on online search and sales

Date: 01/10/2020 Author(s): Iván Guitart; Stefan Stremersch Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) This article documents how informational and emotional appeals in more than 2,000 television ads for 144 car models, aired over four years, influence online search and sales. Increasing the emotional content of ads leads to increases in online search but increasing the informational content does not generate more online search. Both informational and ... More information

The Informational Effects of Tightening Oil and Gas Disclosure Rules

Date: 01/09/2020 Author(s): Marc Badia; Miguel Duro; Bjorn N. Jorgensen; Gaizka Ormazábal Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) We exploit two regulatory shocks to examine the informational effects of tightening pre-existing mandatory disclosure rules. Canadian National Instrument 51-101 in 2003 and the United States rule "Modernization of Oil and Gas Reporting" in 2009 introduced quasi-identical amendments which effectively tightened the rules governing oil and gas reserve ... More information Read related article
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