Fisher Center for Business Analytics to Tackle Difficult Data Problems

Assistant Professor Sameer Srivistava recently studied more than 10 million internal emails of employees at a mid-sized tech firm as part of his workplace culture research. A complete archive of email messages exchanged among 601 full-time employees between 2009 and 2014 gave Srivistava and co-researcher Amir Goldberg of Stanford University the data they needed to

Harnessing the Wisdom of the Crowd to Forecast

Forecasters often overestimate how good they are at predicting geopolitical events—everything from who will become the next pope to who will win the next national election in Taiwan. But Berkeley-Haas management professor Don Moore and a team of researchers found a new way to improve that outcome by training ordinary people to make more confident

Prof. Patatoukas Wins Prestigious Accounting Award

Assoc. Prof. Panos N. Patatoukas has received the prestigious 2017 Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Award for his research on the implications of major customer relationships for supplier firm performance and valuation. The annual accounting award from the American Accounting Association, sponsored by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), was given for his

New Impact Prize Promotes Corporate Social Responsibility Research

  Job applicants will accept lower wages in order to work for a socially responsible employer, according to research by the winner of the newly launched Investment for Impact Research Prize. Berkeley-Haas created the prize last year to encourage new academic research on the social and environmental effects of capital investment. The competition drew a

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