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BUILDING STRONG BRANDS
Tim Calkins highlights notable developments in the branding world and evaluates branding initiatives, the good ones and the and bad ones.
Two Economists Examine the Ailing U.S. Healthcare System. Blog by David Dranove and William White (Cornell University)
DEAN BLOUNT'S BLOG
Reflections on Kellogg and management education in the 21st century
Marketing professor Anne Coughlan writes about distribution, sales compensation and management, and other fun stuff.
THE LEISURE OF THE THEORY CLASS
THE OPERATIONS ROOM
Musings on why operations can both infuriate and delight including thoughts on processes, ruminations on services, and ponderings on supply chains. Plus Gad Allon and Marty Lariviere might talk a little baseball.
This blog elaborates on the core concepts developed in the book Reputation Rules by Professor Daniel Diermeier
"...the science of association is the mother science; the progress of all the others depends on the progress of that one" (Alexis de Tocqueville). By Brayden King, Fabio Rojas (Indiana University), Kieran Healy (Duke University), Omar Lizardo (University of Notre Dame), Sean Safford (University of Chicago) and Teppo Felin (Brigham Young University).
VIRULENT WORD OF MOUSE
Shane Greenstein blogs about the business economics of computing, communications and Internet infrastructure.
SUPER BOWL ADVERTISING REVIEW BLOG
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