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11/7/2017Men cheat more than women in negotiations, study finds, but only with male opponents—and handsome ones at that 
10/16/2017Academy of Management condemns visa and immigration restrictions as a ‘threat to science and scholarship’ 
9/28/2017New research finds that self-reliance gives women a lot more of a leadership boost than it gives to men 
8/22/2017Does being a workaholic endanger your health? It depends how much your job engages you, study finds 
8/4/2017Study: How paranoia keeps bosses from working well together – and how they can overcome it 
7/18/2017In their buying decisions, American consumers are too forgiving of information gaps, study suggests 
6/27/2017Why does so little venture capital go to women? This study finds the problem runs deep, but offers tactic to counter it 
6/20/2017The Academy of Management Will Migrate All of their Journals to Atypon’s Literatum Online Publishing Platform 
5/24/2017Impressed by the precision of a company's earnings forecast? New study urges caution 
5/19/2017Contagion of off-site work drains the company office of its value and appeal, new study finds(1) 
4/12/2017Managers learn better from others' failures than they do from their successes, study suggests 
3/31/2017Employees who pursue work as a calling can be a boon, but burnout is frequently the outcome, study finds 
3/8/2017Overqualified workers can be a boon for employers, though only up to a point, new research finds 
2/13/2017Male workplace lesson: balance joking with caring 
1/19/2017Women managers foster pay equity between the genders but only for low-ranking employees, new research finds 
12/4/2016Keeping older workers keen about their jobs takes more than trying to reduce managers’ age biases, study shows 
11/10/2016War inflicts psychological damage behind the lines as well as in the thick of the fight, study finds 
10/18/2016Tales from the top don't inspire company hires, but stories about the rank and file do, study finds 
9/9/2016When Justice Promotes Injustice 
8/29/2016Companies favoring action on climate change spend as much lobbying for it as opponents spend against it, study finds 
8/22/2016Ironically, the more experts they have on their boards the more likely firms are to succumb to novel challenges 
8/4/2016Bosses' political beliefs can play havoc with women's careers, two studies find 
7/12/2016Pressing employees to respond to emails after hours is a recipe for trouble, study finds 
6/24/2016Community cohesion a big plus for local business, study finds 
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