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Is Being Warm the Key to Getting Your Next Job?

May 31, 2023

Maybe. It has to do with how much (or how little) you align with gender stereotypes in an interview. Rebecca L. Mitchell, PhD, assistant professor of organizational behavior at the Leeds School of Business Most job candidates want an interviewer to perceive them as collaborative, creative, hardworking and professional. Very...

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When Trust Goes Bust: New Research Offers Lessons on Culture, Crisis and Employee Performance

Sept. 6, 2022

One of Leeds' newest professors was recognized this summer with a Best Paper Award from the Academy of Management for his work on trust trajectories.

Gender disparities in engineering are a problem, CU Boulder researchers offer a solution

July 26, 2021

A new paper published by University of Colorado researchers found that female engineers are more likely to ask questions to gain information, and they’re likely to ask those questions of other women. While not surprising, the findings reflect a disadvantage for women when it comes to professional growth in the...

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Making Better Use of Big Data in Marketing

May 6, 2021

Leeds professor earns Kahle award for algorithm aimed at improved targeting. A paper aimed at helping businesses better target consumers through personalized advertising of curated products is this year’s winner of the Kahle Family Research Award at Leeds. Rico Bumbaca , an assistant professor of marketing at Leeds, is the...

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How Digital Platforms Can Orchestrate Innovation and Entrepreneurship Through Access Control

April 30, 2021

Entrepreneurs and startups are increasingly turning to digital platforms nowadays, whether it is about creating a new platform (think Snapchat or TikTok), or providing product offerings and soliciting ideas on an existing platform. Entrepreneurs and startups are increasingly turning to digital platforms nowadays, whether it is about creating a new...

Closing the Gap: A Learning Algorithm for Lost-Sales Inventory Systems with Lead Times

April 27, 2021

Zhang, H., Chao, X., & Shi, C. (2020). Closing the gap: A learning algorithm for lost-sales inventory systems with lead times. Management Science, 66(5), 1962-1980.

How Do Foreclosures Exacerbate Housing Downturns?

April 27, 2021

Guren, A. M., & McQuade, T. J. (2020). How do foreclosures exacerbate housing downturns? The Review of Economic Studies, 87(3), 1331-1364.

Implications of Non-GAAP earnings for real activities and accounting choices

April 27, 2021

Laurion, H. (2020). Implications of non-GAAP earnings for real activities and accounting choices. Journal of Accounting & Economics, 70(1), 101333.

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Leeds Faculty Research Investigates the Impact of Race on Business and Business on Racial Equity

July 13, 2020

Leeds School of Business faculty are involved in a wide range of research projects that are advancing our understanding of business, and leading to insights that will help companies become more resilient, inclusive and sustainable. Here are some of the incredible thought leaders with whom we at the Center for...

Operational Transparency on Crowdfunding Platforms

April 29, 2020

Mejia, J., Urrea, G., & Pedraza‐Martinez, A. J. (2019).