Tepper School Research

Tepper School Research

Tepper School faculty are known for producing impactful research across a wide range of academic disciplines.

The appearance bias of conservative voters, tools for reducing illegal immigration and behaviors that encourage workplace civility are among recent topics explored by Tepper School faculty.

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    • Tepper School Research: How Looks Can Impact Voters

      Tepper School Research: How Looks Can Impact Voters

      Professor Christopher Olivola examines how a candidate’s looks can affect conservative voters impact.

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    • Tepper School Research: Accounting Conservatism

      Tepper School Research: Accounting Conservatism

      Professor Jing Li discusses her research focusing on accounting conservatism and debt contracts.

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    • Tepper School Research: Workplace Civility

      Tepper School Research: Workplace Civility

      Professor Tae Wan Kim highlights his research on workplace civility.

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    • Tepper School Research: Immigration Economics, Part 1 of 3

      Tepper School Research: Immigration Economics, Part 1 of 3

      Professor Rebecca Lessem examines immigration from an economic point of view. Part 1 of 3.

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    • Tepper School Research: Immigration Economics, Part 2 of 3

      Tepper School Research: Immigration Economics, Part 2 of 3

      Professor Rebecca Lessem examines immigration from an economic point of view. Part 2 of 3.

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    • Tepper School Research: Immigration Economics, Part 3 of 3

      Tepper School Research: Immigration Economics, Part 3 of 3

      Professor Rebecca Lessem examines immigration from an economic point of view. Part 3 of 3.

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    • Reunion 2015 – Dr. Chris Olivola on Face-ism

      Reunion 2015 – Dr. Chris Olivola on Face-ism

      Face-ism: How first impressions from faces bias our choices Dr. Christopher Olivola, Assistant Professor of Marketing Our…

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    • Virtues and Vices in the Workplace: In Search of the Ethical Employee

      Virtues and Vices in the Workplace: In Search of the Ethical Employee

      Dr. Taya Cohen, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory; Carnegie Bosch Junior Faculty Chair

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    • Celebrity Marketing: Nike Seeing Green from Tiger Woods Endorsement

      Celebrity Marketing: Nike Seeing Green from Tiger Woods Endorsement

      Dr. Timothy Derdenger, Assistant Professor of Marketing and Strategy; Frank A. and Helen E. Risch Faculty Development Professor…

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    • Wind And Solar Electricity: Are They The Answer?

      Wind And Solar Electricity: Are They The Answer?

      Thirty of the United States require that some percentage of their electric power come from sources defined as renewable. Some of…

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    • Asset Allocation to Commodities - Oiling Your 401K

      Asset Allocation to Commodities - Oiling Your 401K

      Should you put oil into your portfolio? What are the expected returns on commodities like oil? How are they similar to equity and…

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    • Energy -- What's Next? - Professor Jay Apt

      Energy -- What's Next? - Professor Jay Apt

      Dr. Jay Apt, Professor of Technology; Executive Director of Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center presented to alumni at…

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