How Uber Could Avoid That Notorious $362.57 Fare
Sushil Bikhchandani’s model analyzes incentives underlying surge-pricing schemes
Can Contracts Optimize Both Health Care and Clinician Pay?
Fernanda Bravo’s study examines the balance between incentives and penalties at the heart of the primary care-specialist relationship
Quantifying Team Leadership Approaches: To Do, or to Direct Others?
Uday Karmarkar and colleagues propose a rational model in a field often ruled by personality
"How Statistics Guided Me through Life, Death and The Price Is Right"
Long was invited to write an op-ed for the Washington Post connecting the dots between her victory as a contestant on The Price Is Right and her diagnosis and treatment of a rare, aggressive form of breast cancer related to the BRCA1 gene mutation she carries.
Zara: Staying Fast and Fresh
Winner of ecch’s Production and Operations Management award and the New Case Writer competition, this case has been prepared for class discussion and covers the most recent developments at fast-fashion leader Zara
“Environmental Incidents and the Market Value of Firms: An Empirical Investigation in the Chinese Context”
Chris Tang and his co-authors examine firms listed on the Shanghai/Shenzhen Stock Exchange to investigate stock market reactions to 294 Chinese manufacturing firms involved in 618 environmental incidents between 2006 and 2013.
“HIV Screening via Fourth-Generation Immunoassay or Nucleic Acid Amplification Test in the United States: A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis”
At least 10 percent of the 56,000 annual new HIV infections in the United States are caused by individuals with acute HIV infection.