Harvard Business School Research Papers

This study develops a model of a credit market feedback loop, finding that when investors become more bullish this can predict positive returns in the short run, even if expected returns become more negative at longer horizons.

Consumer inertia is the tendency of some customers to buy a product, even when superior options exist. Mac Kay discusses how that habit affects competitive strategy and even regulatory oversight.

Findings from this study of a leading Indian online retailer show that firms may enjoy gains from consumer demand on top of operational gains resulting from payment digitization.

More and more nontechnology companies are adopting digital technologies like AI, data analytics, and machine learning.

Despite the rise of alternative trading platforms, high-touch broker trading remains prominent in institutional equity markets.

The authors analyze how fees, research, quality of execution, and information can help explain how execution decisions and preferences vary across investors.

But sometimes business glory goes to those who succeed the old-fashioned way: they earn it.

The lesson from our most popular article in 2014 is simple but powerful—maybe the best way to improve your work performance is to devote time to reflecting on your actions.

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