Business Research is Broken Because of Faulty Faculty Incentives

May 2, 2018

William Glick, Anne Tsui and Jerry Davis wrote an article for BizEd entitled “The Moral Dilemma to Business Research, in which they argued the the current business research model is unsustainable, and that schools must realign their incentives to encourage faculty to produce credible research that is useful to society.  As much as business school research has the potential to create a better world, the opposite is often true: Business school scholarship can be a massive diversion of resources in ways that benefit faculty, not society.

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