Wisconsin School of Business faculty members achieve global recognition for their groundbreaking research. Read about their findings, which provide answers to important questions and deliver key business insights.
“I’d say research ideas are inspired by curiosity. And then curiosity takes you places," says Fabio Gaertner as he talks about his work with CEO compensation. Four Wisconsin School of Business faculty share the process that comes long before publication.
Long commutes and sky-high housing prices make what's known as "superstar cities" (think San Francisco, Manhattan, Singapore) out of reach for many would-be urban homeowners. WSB's Yongheng Deng explains why this is a global problem with potentially far-reaching consequences for all of us.
You're a good saver: the proof is in your new home. Now, you figure, it should be easier than ever to put some money away, right? Not necessarily, says WSB's Abdullah Yavas, who shares new findings on mortgage debt, savings, and household consumption.
In a panel facilitated by Jonathan O'Connell, a Washington Post reporter and WSB's Business Writer in Residence, WSB faculty members discuss the pros, cons, and complications of Amazon's aborted move to New York City.
On January 1, 2014, it became legal to sell retail marijuana in the state of Colorado. This legislation meant that medical marijuana dispensaries, in operation since 2000 as a result of the state’s Amendment 20, …