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Each week, our faculty share their groundbreaking research, published work and their authoritative insight into an exceptionally wide range of management issues. Take a moment to find out what's happening this week at Rotman.

Paper or plastic?

June 28, 2016
New study shows the way we pay may influence how much we value and feel committed to our purchase
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"Conspicuous conservation" a factor in socially responsible product innovation, shows Rotman study

March 30, 2016
Toronto – Companies may have a bigger incentive to invest in developing socially responsible products if it means those who eventually...
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Rotman Professor Named as one of the Most Influential Management Thinkers from India.

January 06, 2016
Toronto – A professor at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management has been named as one of the most influential m...
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A Cultural Look at Moral Purity: Wiping the Face Clean

December 22, 2015
Toronto - Moral people have a pure heart. Immoral acts feel dirty. Expressions that describe morality in terms of purity abound in English a...
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Want honesty? Make it the easiest choice, suggests Rotman research

November 24, 2015
Toronto – The temptation is always there: include every last bit of income you earned last year on your tax return -- or not? New r...
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Customers will pay more today if there's payback later, shows equal billing study

April 28, 2015
Toronto – What's not to like about getting a refund?   It's a possibility under equal billing plans, where consumers are charged ...
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Getting things done: How does changing the way you think about deadlines help you reach your goals?

August 27, 2014
Toronto - From doing yard work to finishing up the last few classes required for a college degree, consumers struggle to get things done. Ac...
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New Research: When it hurts to think we were made for each other.

July 22, 2014
Toronto - Aristotle said, “Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.” Poetic as it is, thinking that you and your...
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How tall you stand changes how you make decisions says new study.

July 09, 2014
Toronto - Sitting in a higher chair could improve your long-term financial planning.You might be more likely to buy serious tomes on the sec...
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Technology marketers should take consumer life-cycle into account: new Rotman study

May 28, 2014
Toronto – If you want grandpa to start using the bank machine instead of standing in line for the teller, the best way to do it is to ...
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