Professor Stefan Meier and colleagues find that, among low socio-economic groups, scarce resources indeed can affect one’s willingness todelay gratification … More
This article combines unique administrative and survey data to study the match between firms and managers. The model illustrates how … More
Eight studies by Professor Adam Galinsky and colleagues find a robust negative relationship between the experience of power and the … More
In “Board Composition and CEO Power,” Professor Tim Baldenius and colleagues study the optimal composition of corporate boards.
Professor Daniel Wolfenzon and colleague provide insights into this form of family firm ownership in “A Theory of Pyramidal Ownership … More
Research by Professor Daniel Wolfenzon and colleagues examine family firm ownership structures.
Shai Davidai, Associate Professor, Management, Columbia Business School, determines the role charitable giving plays on whether others perceive that the … More
Many family businesses have enjoyed success for decades, even centuries. In Harvard Business Review, Professor Josh Baron PhD, explores … More
What can business-owning families learn from the Sackler story, evenas the story evolves? Read more as part of our Family … More
Daniel Wolfenzon, Stefan H. Robock Professor of Finance and Economics at Columbia Business School, presents research on succession in family firms.