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.
Advocates often claim that tangible rewards—vouchers, merchandise, gift cards—are more effective employee motivators than cash. Associate Professor Willie Choi tests this theory using the three most commonly cited differences between tangible and cash rewards, and explains why the former isn’t a surefire way to keep employee motivation soaring.
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.
Corporate bonds are typically traded through a decentralized, over-the-counter market. WSB's Sébastien Plante considers what might happen if we migrate corporate bonds from their current structure to one of public exchange.