Harvard Business School Research Papers
Findings from this study of a leading Indian online retailer show that firms may enjoy gains from consumer demand on top of operational gains resulting from payment digitization.
More and more nontechnology companies are adopting digital technologies like AI, data analytics, and machine learning.
This study of the relationship between the infrastructure project and development of the local financial sector finds that, in districts along and near the GQ, initial levels of financial development shaped how, and where, infrastructure investment could jumpstart real economic activity.
Online sellers in many emerging markets are in the early stages of a shift from cash-based payments to digital payments.
However, there is some evidence of better risk oversight both from managers and the board.
Mobile payment apps help us keep track of shared costs but may also frustrate personal relationships. Open for comment; In the new book Fintech, Small Business, & the American Dream, Karen Mills describes how technology is opening up new capital for entrepreneurs.
This study of the economic performance of nontech firms adopting new digital technologies finds a persistent future increase in valuation.
However, investors only slowly incorporate the value implications of digital activities into prices.
This paper explains how three types of domestic Chinese capital—state capital, private capital, and crony capital—differ in political vulnerability and pursue globalization in different ways.
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