Thought Leadership @ Johnson
Research by Professor Vrinda Kadiyali illustrates the issues even an elite university faces around grade inflation Read More..
New research sheds light on the result of employees speaking up at work, and how companies may benefit Read More..
Johnson Professor Andrew Karolyi explores the aftershocks of the Morrison v. National Australia Bank case, in which the
U.S. Supreme Court held that only securities purchased on U.S. exchanges or on U.S. soil (if traded over the
counter) are subject to fraud protection. Read More..
Johnson’s market structure expert was interviewed live by CNBC on the effects of computerized trading and possible curbs to high-frequency and algorithmic trading in European markets. The interview followed upon O'Hara's commissioned paper for the UK's Foresight Project on the Future of Computerized Trading in Financial Markets. Read More..
New research from Johnson’s Glen Dowell examines how companies led by MBAs and lawyers respond differently to stakeholder and regulatory pressures. Among their findings: firms led by MBAs are more likely to disclose greenhouse gas emissions than firms led by CEOs with other educational backgrounds, while those led by lawyers are significantly less likely to disclose. Read More..