Giné, Mireia; Carter, Mary Ellen; Franco, Francesca
The gender pay gap is a well-documented phenomenon, even in the rarefied air of corporate boardrooms. In this study, IESE's Mireia Giné analyzes the gap and looks at two possible explanations: women's apparent aversion to taking risks (in the form of stock options) and their underrepresentation on boards. It turns out, both factors matter, with one easier to fix than the other.
Osuna, Ignacio; González, Jorge; Capizzani, Mario
"Here's your receipt and your coupons." At a checkout counter, card-carrying shoppers often get targeted coupons in exchange for their data. But are these 10-percent-off offers actually ringing up new sales or increasing customer loyalty? In a new study, IESE's Jorge González and Mario Capizzani crunch the numbers and offer advice for smarter coupon-campaign management.
Mas, Núria; Videla, Pedro
Is Brexit as bad as the markets' moves seem to suggest? Who will be most affected? What might the future relationship between the EU and the U.K. look like? Here we share two economists' views on what is happening and what happens next.
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Freeman, R. Edward; Sisodia, Raj; Fontrodona, Joan
Leadership and People Management
Stein, Guido; Mesa, Rafael; Martín, Miguel