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Performance Incentives, Divergent Thinking Training, and Creative Problem-Solving

Professor Kun Huo’s most recent publication finds that when flat/piece-rate pay employees receive public recognition, it increases their divergent thinking training performance. Check out his full findings in his latest publication.

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Managing Customer Returns Strategy with the Option of Selling Returned Products

PhD Student Yongqin Lei and his team of researchers examine customer retail returns and show companies can simplify and optimize their returns management through three strategies: selling returned open-box products, money-back return policies, and no-refund policies.

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Research@Ivey

2021-08, April 11, 2021

Published Refereed Articles

Corley, K., Bansal, P., Yu, H., 2021, An editorial perspective on judging the quality of inductive research when the methodological straightjacket is loosened, Strategic Organization, 19 (1).

Farah, B., Elias, R., Chakravarty, D., Beamish, P.W., 2021, Host country corporate income tax rate and foreign subsidiary survival, Journal of World Business, February, 56 (2). Article 101186.

Mariano, S., Casey, A., Olivera, F., 2020, Organizational forgetting Part I: a review of the literature and future research directions, Learning Organization, 27 (3): 185-209.

Mariano, S., Casey, A., Olivera, F., 2020, Organizational forgetting Part II: a review of the literature and future research directions, The Learning Organization, 27 (5): 417-427.

Schotter, A., Meyer, K.E., Wood, G., 2021, Organizational and comparative institutionalism in international HRM: Toward an integrative research agenda, Human Resource Management, January/February, 60 (1).

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