Online reviews can predict the failure of seven out of 10 businesses, new research finds
Using third-person language gives crowdfunding campaigns more appeal and makes them more successful, reveals new research.
Even though 46 percent of people who consume video and role-playing games globally are women, gaming communities and the production industry still typically associate the term “gamer” with men, reveals new research from Aalto University School of Business.
Personal objects could be the key to workers resisting enforced changes to the occupation of workspaces, such as hot desking, research shows
Innovative and disruptive ideas are fostered in GBSB Global Business School’s G-Accelerator start-up hub
Previously it was believed that a collective sector approach for higher wages and better working conditions was associated with inferior performance. However, research shows this is not true.
The extent to which an area is brightly lit at night (or not) provides an indication of how abundant infrastructure is in the region. Knowing the precise locations of these unlit, potentially impoverished communities is essential if we are to improve their circumstances.
Research suggests husbands indirectly support their wives to earn more when working together - until that higher wage exceeds their own...