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.

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WSB's Mark Eppli Describes How the Pandemic Has Shifted Real Estate

June 11, 2020

COVID-19's impact is everywhere, and the commercial and residential real estate markets are no exception. WSB's Mark Eppli shares his expertise on how the real estate industry has been affected, tips for buyers and sellers, and why the pandemic has caused us to reevaluate our priorities.

International Women's Day 2020: Highlighting WSB Women in Research

March 5, 2020

International Women's Day is March 8, 2020. In keeping with celebrating women’s achievements globally, the Wisconsin School of Business shines a spotlight on research by female faculty members.

What Sparked Your Research Idea? WSB Faculty Respond

February 27, 2020

“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.

Why the World's 'Superstar Cities' Are Not Sustainable

February 4, 2020

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.

Own a House With a Mortgage? You Might Be Saving Less Than Non-Homeowners

November 8, 2019

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.

When Home Buyers Bid, Sellers Benefit

June 12, 2019

Research from WSB's Alina Arefeva explores how engaging in bidding wars during the home buying process can increase competition and bolster a home's selling price.

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