Hopkins’ Gunia: In Some Fields, Liars & Cheaters Are Accepted, Even Welcomed

Poets&Quants’ Professor of the Week Series

Amit K. Khandelwal

Columbia’s Khandelwal: Trump’s Trade War Hurts the Ones He Loves

Adair Morse

Berkeley Haas’s Morse: FinTech Also Practices Housing Discrimination

Jennifer Aaker

Stanford’s Aaker: Bad Experiences Can Lead to Great Insight

Dimitris Papanikolaou

Kellogg’s Papanikolaou: Breakthrough Innovations Are Alive & Well

MBA Professor of the Week: Christopher Knittel of MIT Sloan

Christopher Knittel

MIT Sloan’s Knittel: Millennials Like Cars As Much As Boomers Do

Poets&Quants’ Professor of the Week, Michael Luca of Harvard Business School

Michael Luca

HBS’s Luca: Yelp Paid Search Ads Really Work

Uday Rajan of Michigan Ross is Poets&Quants' Professor of the Week for his research on Bitcoin

Uday Rajan

Michigan Ross’s Rajan: Bitcoin Drives The Crypto Train

Srinivasan of the Tepper School of Business is Poets&Quants' Professor of the Week

Kannan Srinivasan

Tepper’s Srinivasan: How Hotels Can Fight Disruptive Airbnb

IU Kelley's Ernest O'Boyle is Poets&Quants MBA Professor of the Week for his research on workplace revenge

Kelley’s O’Boyle: In the Workplace Revenge Is a Dish Served Hot

Yale School of Management's Peter Schott is Poets&Quants' Professor of the Week for his research on job loss

Peter Schott

Yale SOM’s Schott: This Is Where The Manufacturing Jobs Really Went

Brian T. Melzer of the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth

Brian T. Melzer

Tuck’s Melzer: Financial Advisors Do As Poorly As Their Clients

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