Management Science, Volume 64
Volume 64, Number 1, January 2018
: Intellectual Property Strategy and the Long Tail: Evidence from the Recorded Music Industry.
, Ata Jami
: Everything We Do, You Do: The Licensing Effect of Prosocial Marketing Messages on Consumer Behavior.
: Callable Contingent Capital: Valuation and Default Risk.
: Assessing Fair Lending Risks Using Race/Ethnicity Proxies.
, Josef Korte
: Risk Targeting and Policy Illusions - Evidence from the Announcement of the Volcker Rule.
Ryan O. Murphy
, Robert H. W. ten Brincke
: Hierarchical Maximum Likelihood Parameter Estimation for Cumulative Prospect Theory: Improving the Reliability of Individual Risk Parameter Estimates.
, Hyoduk Shin
: Sharing Aggregate Inventory Information with Customers: Strategic Cross-Selling and Shortage Reduction.
Volume 64, Number 2, February 2018
: Reengineering Management Science for a Sharper Focus and Broader Appeal.
, Steven Klepper
: Industrial Development Through Tacit Knowledge Seeding: Evidence from the Bangladesh Garment Industry. 613-632
: Financial Consumer Protection and the Cost of Financial Intermediation: Evidence from Advanced and Developing Economies. 902-924
Volume 64, Number 3, March 2018
Hau L. Lee
, Christopher S. Tang
: Socially and Environmentally Responsible Value Chain Innovations: New Operations Management Research Opportunities. 983-996
E. Han Kim
, Yao Lu
: Executive Suite Independence: Is It Related to Board Independence? 1015-1033
, Nick Feltovich
: Pricing in Competitive Search Markets: The Roles of Price Information and Fairness Perceptions. 1101-1120
, Lin Tian
: Collaborative Consumption: Strategic and Economic Implications of Product Sharing. 1171-1188
: Sensitivity to Serial Dependency of Input Processes: A Robust Approach. 1311-1327
Volume 64, Number 4, April 2018
: Can Unspanned Stochastic Volatility Models Explain the Cross Section of Bond Volatilities? 1707-1726
Volume 64, Number 5, May 2018
: We're Number 1: Price Wars for Market Share Leadership. 2013-2030
, Jiwei Zheng
: Do Consumers Take Advantage of Common Pricing Standards? An Experimental Investigation. 2126-2143
, Peter Thompson
: Density Dependence of Entrepreneurial Dynamics: Competition, Opportunity Cost, or Minimum Efficient Scale? 2263-2274
, Yuan Li
: Analysts' Reputational Concerns, Self-Censoring, and the International Dispersion Effect. 2289-2307
J. Anthony Cookson
: Anticipated Entry and Entry Deterrence: Evidence from the American Casino Industry. 2325-2344
: Probability Forecasts Made at Multiple Lead Times. 2407-2426