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Our faculty are recognized for their insightful analyses and their ability to push the frontier of thought within their respective academic disciplines and professions. Explore research published by Kellogg Faculty and featured in top-tier peer reviewed journals.
DATE PUBLICATION TITLE FACULTY
May 23, 2019 South China Morning Post The high-stakes US-China showdown is hardly a game, but strategists see ‘game theory’ at work in trade war’s tactics, weapons and risks Sandeep Baliga
March 05, 2019 The National Interest The Case for a Cyber Deterrence Plan that Works Sandeep Baliga
December 10, 2018 Kellogg Insight Podcast: Two Surprising Ways to Predict How Supreme Court Justices Will Vote Jorg Spenkuch
December 05, 2018 Freakonomics Episode 360: Is the Protestant Work Ethic Real? Dean Karlan, Jorg Spenkuch
November 27, 2018 Inc. Airlines Are Using This Dirty Trick to Make Themselves Look Better, A New Study Finds Jan A. Van Mieghem, Yuval Salant
November 26, 2018 Inc. Attention Passengers: Your Next Flight Will Likely Arrive Early. Here's Why Jan A. Van Mieghem, Yuval Salant
November 06, 2018 Kellogg Insight Attention Passengers: Your Next Flight Will Likely Arrive Early. Here’s Why. Yuval Salant, Jan A. Van Mieghem
November 06, 2018 Kellogg Insight How Closely Do Our Beliefs About Social Mobility Match Reality? Edoardo Teso
October 30, 2018 Kellogg Insight Take 5: Election Rules and Campaign Tactics That Sway Voters Craig Garthwaite, Angela Y. Lee, Yuval Salant
October 02, 2018 Kellogg Insight How Peer Pressure Can Lead Teens to Underachieve—Even in Schools Where It’s “Cool to Be Smart” Georgy Egorov
October 01, 2018 The Hill Musk, Tesla No Longer the Darlings They Once Were Russell Walker
September 13, 2018 YouTube National Budget Conference and Economic Growth Forum Ameet Morjaria
September 13, 2018 Kellogg Insight Supreme Court Justices Become Less Impartial and More Ideological When Casting the Swing Vote Jorg Spenkuch
September 04, 2018 Kellogg Insight Why Economic Crises Trigger Political Turnover in Some Countries but Not Others Nancy Qian
September 04, 2018 Fortune Don’t Waste Your Time Watching Brett Kavanaugh’s Confirmation Hearings Jorg Spenkuch
August 03, 2018 Kellogg Insight Take 5: The Science of Back-to-School Season Jorg Spenkuch, Michal Maimaran, Nicola Bianchi, Ping Dong, Aparna Labroo, Nicole Stephens
August 03, 2018 Kellogg Insight How Governments Can Better Defend Themselves Against Cyberattacks Sandeep Baliga
July 16, 2018 Forbes Culture Matters: How Leadership Enables Toxicity And Makes Way for Mediocrity
June 17, 2018 Poets & Quants B-School Bulletin: Mind-Blowing Solutions To The 9 Hardest Startup Problems Georgy Egorov
June 17, 2018 Inside Sources Why Facebook Shared Data With China’s Huawei Ronen Gradwohl

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