SMU Lee Kong Chian School of Business Operations Management GroupWhen it comes to technology, more is not always better. Researchers at SMU are working out the optimal conditions under which technology can help businesses.
SMU Associate Professor Michael BenolielBeing mindful of different cultural norms is essential for successful negotiations in Asia, says SMU’s Associate Professor Michael Benoliel.
SMU Assistant Professor Buket AvciMaking the global supply chain more sustainable requires a fundamental re-evaluation of how companies do business, says SMU Assistant Professor Buket Avci.
SMU Assistant Professor Helen Yangfang ZhouWhen it comes to renewable energy, a detailed understanding of how negative electricity prices drive economic incentives can help policy-makers and energy merchants alike make better decisions, says SMU Assistant Professor Helen Yangfang Zhou.
Mastercard-SMU Financial and Social Inclusion programmeResearch from the Mastercard-SMU Financial and Social Inclusion programme suggests that societal and cultural factors, in addition to technology, are vital components of financial inclusion.
SMU Professor Melvyn TeoResearch analyses automobile purchases by hedge fund managers to investigate the effects of sensation seeking on investment behaviour.
SMU Assistant Professor Aurobindo GhoshAn innovative index of inflation expectations among Singaporean households aspires to be a useful tool for policymakers seeking to deliver an effective monetary policy.
Distinguished Term Professor Howard ThomasLeave your comfort zones and venture into Africa, says Lee Kong Chian School of Business Distinguished Term Professor Howard Thomas.
SMU Associate Professor Lim Yun FongTo maximise their bottom line, online retailers must integrate digital business data with physical product flow, according to SMU Associate Professor Lim Yun Fong.
SMU Professor of Finance Ekkehart BoehmerSurprising insights into the role of high frequency traders and short sellers revealed by SMU Professor of Finance Ekkehart Boehmer’s research.