Maryland Smith Research

December 20, 2021
Do COVID Lockdowns Really Work?
As the world struggles to contain the spread of COVID-19, many countries grapple with the possibility of imposing more lockdown measures, like those widely used in the spring of 2020. But how well do lockdowns work at keeping people home? New research from Maryland Smith’s Yogesh Joshi finds they…
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December 15, 2021
New Marketing Technologies Usher In Data-Driven Growth
In a new Journal of Marketing special issue, “New Technologies in Marketing,” Maryland Smith’s Michel Wedel co-authors an editorial that outlines how academics can support marketers to deliver data-driven growth.
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December 9, 2021
What Happens When You Feel Important at Work – and Then You Don’t.
Even the most powerful manager sometimes cleans up dishes in the breakroom, and even the least powerful employees in organizations sometimes get to make important decisions. These examples indicate that power is a dynamic state – we often feel both powerful and powerless at work on any given day.…
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December 7, 2021
Can You Bank Happiness?
Can you revel in happy moments now, to soak them in and store them up to help you through future sadness? New research from Maryland Smith’s Ali Faraji-Rad finds that many people actively try to bank their happiness so they can draw on it later to cope with a sad event.
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December 3, 2021
How Internet Buzz Predicts Stock Returns
It’s clear that internet buzz and news affect stock prices – just look at the wild rides of 2021’s meme stocks like GameStop and AMC for proof. New research from Maryland Smith’s Prabhudev Konana creates a new methodology to translate just how news and internet discussions impact stock prices and…
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December 2, 2021
When Helping Hurts the Helpers and How to Avoid It.
Helping a co-worker seems like it would always be, well, helpful, right? That’s not always how it may be received, finds new research from Maryland Smith’s Jennifer Carson Marr. She says it depends on who is offering to help and what kind of help they are offering.
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November 29, 2021
How a New Life Cycle Variable Reveals the Big Picture
Analysis of product life cycles has been underutilized by the likes of research economists and financial analysts in examining firm investment policies.
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November 29, 2021
A New Solution for Air Traffic Congestion
Airport congestion and bottlenecks have long been a thorn in the sides of travelers and the airline industry alike. But new research from Maryland Smith has a solution that might just be ready for takeoff.
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November 29, 2021
How a Company’s Tweets Impact Its Stock Prices — Temporarily and Permanently
New research from Maryland Smith’s P.K. Kannan shows how a firm’s social media posts have big impacts on its stock price, both temporarily and permanently.
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November 12, 2021
How Your Coworkers’ Morals Can Help You Do the Right Thing.
Highly moral people might always “do the right thing” when it comes to speaking up about wrongdoings and problems in the workplace. But even people who lack that moral compass become more likely to speak up when they see other employees displaying moral messages at work, finds new research from…
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