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Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
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The influence of power on prosocial behaviour
Fair leadership behaviour and decisions promotes prosocial behavior of employees.
Consumer product reviews: more believable when writers get paid more
Consumers put greater trust in online reviews when the reviewer is paid well or not at all.
RSM Discovery Magazine 33: out now!
Prosocial behaviour, trust in the workplace and the believability of online product reviews. RSM Discovery Magazine is out now!
Lobbying reduces risk of merger, improves returns
Lobbying could help firms to steer away in-depth reviews and is valued by shareholders.
BLOG: What Unilever's move tells us about the economy
OPINION: Unilever's move is interesting, but does not create or move jobs, and is not as important for our economy to begin with.
Controlling the Uncontrollable – The Advertising Tug-of-War
Consumers cannot control the effects visual advertising has on them - even when making a conscious effort to change this.
Why some brands lose their value after an acquisition
An acquisition can undermine brand identity and popularity with consumers. Keeping the founders on board helps. Research by Elisa Maira.
Lessons from KFC's chicken shortage: responsiveness versus cost efficiency
'Where's my chicken?' What supply chain research teaches us about the shortage that forced KFC to close 750 of its 900 outlets.
Sustainable – but ‘disgusting’ – products become more attractive in a second language
Insect cookies, artificial meat and recycled water sound less repulsive to consumers when presented in a second language.
How to promote car-sharing to people who love their own cars
Car-sharing schemes can reduce the environmental impact of driving. But how do you entice car owners that are really attached to their cars?
Minority groups may underperform because colleagues share less information with them
People whose nationality has the biggest cultural distance to that of the majority hear the least from their colleagues.
Why people distrust companies that make profit
Companies that seek profit are often seen as immoral and harmful, even when they make positive contributions to society. Why is this?
When do people pay taxes voluntarily?
When trust in authorities is low, fair decision-making procedures become an even more important tool to increase tax revenue.
How to regulate international banks
In banking supervision, a one-size-fits-all approach is neither desirable nor realistic, says professor Wolf Wagner.
Our five best-read articles of 2017
Here's our countdown of what you liked best in 2017.
Extraverted CEOs do more and bigger M&A deals
Extraverted CEOs want to do big things. `Consequential strategic decisions such as mergers and acquisitions fulfill that desire.
Predicting the stock market with big-data analysis of tweets
"The big challenge was to determine what all the emoji, slang expressions and negations in tweets actually say about stock sentiment."
Making diversity policies work
Often there is a mismatch between how organisations design diversity policies and how they implement them.
How ten minutes of mindfulness could make you more creative
How do you come up with innovative ideas in a stressful work environment? Ten minutes of mindfulness meditation can boost your creativity.
RSM Discovery Magazine 32: out now!
Regulation of international banks, diversity policy and extravert CEOs. RSM Discovery Magazine is out now!