To wait or not to wait is not the question. Rather, it's how — and to what extent — an imposed delay affects our enjoyment of consumer products. W. P. Carey School of Business marketing professors take a closer look at delays and consumer opinions.

Research team discovers an unintended benefit of the 2002 Sarbanes-Oxley Act: Aside from tightening controls on corporate misbehavior, the law creates better board governance which, in turn, improves a corporation's credibility with the market.

As the Center for Services Leadership at the W. P. Carey School of Business enters its third decade, its founders recall a time when they faced off with skeptics who doubted the importance of services in business education. Today, the Center has earned an international reputation for outstanding research and education in the field.

New research shows world-class measurement systems for strategic sourcing and the supply chain help drive an organization's cost savings, revenue growth, new product development, supplier relationships, and shareholder value. What's the secret?

Our possessions are more than inanimate objects; often they are fraught with meaning, negative or positive. Examining habits of disposition as well as acquisition can be a valuable psychological tool for marketing, according to a study undertaken by, a W. P. Carey School of Business researcher.