Firms that have their roots in selling non-physical digital products, also known as “born digital firms,” can establish an international presence without ever physically setting foot in another country. But experience shows that many born digital firms are still choosing … Continue reading Why “Born Digital Firms” Should Have a Physical Presence in Foreign Markets
By J Katherine Bahr There has been a meteoric rise in social entrepreneurship in Western societies over the last 20 years. According to a 2020 UN report, social enterprises (organizations using business practices to solve social, cultural, or environmental issues) account … Continue reading What Makes Social Entrepreneurship So Strong in Certain Western Societies?
This paper was nominated for a Concurrences Antitrust Writing Award. By J Katherine Bahr / Vanderbilt University In January, the Justice Department sued Google, claiming the tech company abused a monopoly in online advertising by seizing control of tools built on top … Continue reading New Antitrust Study Shows Reining in Big Tech Doesn’t Spur Rival Profits
Voicing one’s political view is no longer a taboo. People’s political ideologies pervade almost every aspect of their lives. For example, researchers have identified that people choose to associate with individuals with similar political beliefs and avoid colleagues who share … Continue reading Incoming CEO’s Political Views May Drive Director Departure in a Firm, New Study Shows
By Sarah Steimer Salary transparency could be a great equalizer tool, but new research finds that those effects may be seen only if the cost of monitoring salaries is low. If the public has easy, cheap access to salaries, they are … Continue reading Salary Transparency Policies, Partnered with Low-cost Monitoring Tools, Can Help Close the Gender Pay Gap