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Welcome to Insights@Questrom

Welcome to Insights@Questrom, a new digital hub for relevant, thought-provoking ideas on emerging business topics by Boston University Questrom School of Business. This platform will feature valuable insights for business practice in the form of videos, articles, webinars, and opinion pieces surrounding Questrom's latest research and initiatives as well as expertise from Questrom faculty, administrators, students, and alumni.

Through Insights@Questrom, we capture and collect ideas in a comprehensive, accessible format that highlights the extraordinary variety of thought at Questrom and at Boston University.

This hub is divided into two categories – business challenges and business functions. Business challenges include business policy & markets, digital business, diversity, equity & inclusion, entrepreneurship & innovation, future of work, health & healthcare, risk, and social impact. Business functions include corporate strategy, finance & accounting, leadership & management, marketing, operations, innovation, and technology.

Visitors can also access exclusive Insights@Questrom Live events and videos featuring prominent business leaders, Questrom alumni, and current faculty. Featured guests will share how they have navigated their industries, optimized business performance, and adapted to change. Faculty will share key take-aways from their research and apply their expertise to the current business landscape, on topics as varied as cryptocurrency, drug pricing, antitrust, and consumers’ acceptance of artificial intelligence in healthcare.

Research Institutes

Our three research institutes, the Digital Business Institute, Susilo Institute for Ethics in the Global Economy, and the Human Resources Policy Institute, are essential contributors to Insights@Questrom. They produce thought leadership in areas critical to business success today. Read more about them below:

  • The Digital Business Institute nurtures a vibrant community of students, faculty, and researchers alike with interests in digital business, focusing on the practical application of research to the real-world challenges in our ever-changing business world.
  • The Susilo Institute for Ethics in the Global Economy develops ethical capacity in today’s and tomorrow’s global business decision-makers to lead with integrity, inspire courage through action, and use their voices boldly to impact their organizations and the world.
  • Human Resources Policy Institute harnesses the power of people to inspire, impact, and innovate modern HR policy and practice through a partnership of member companies, faculty, and HRPI fellows.

Be sure to check back often! Our content stream will be updated regularly with engaging ideas and valuable thought leadership.

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Latest Posts

Boston University’s Institute for Sustainable Energy recently hosted a webinar featuring Associate Professor of Operations and Technology Management at Questrom School of Business, Justin Ren, and Lecturer of Strategy and Innovation, Richard Stuebi, to speak on pervasive energy poverty in Africa. “This framework is not static,

Harvard Business Review recently published an article coauthored by Caroline Flammer, Dean’s Research Scholar and Associate Professor of Strategy and Innovation. Caroline and her coauthors at Harvard Business School explored what effect shareholder activism has on companies disclosing the risks of climate change on their

American Sociological Review recently published an article authored by Michel Anteby, Dean’s Research Scholar and Professor, Management & Organizations and Audrey Holm, Lecturer, Management & Organizations. Michel and Audrey highlighted an unusual field- puppetry- to examine how the move of puppeteers from the live stage

For 20 years progressive thinkers have argued that a more sustainable form of capitalism would arise if companies regularly measured and reported on their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance. While reporting has become widespread, and some firms are deriving benefits from it, environmental damage

Large digital multisided platforms (MSPs) such as Amazon, Alibaba, and Apple’s App Store have made it significantly easier for sellers to reach new consumers. However, as thousands of companies, large and small, have discovered, conducting business on these MSPs carries significant risks. Andrei Hagiu, Associate Professor of

What impact will telemedicine and digital technology have on the U.S. healthcare system? Will telemedicine continue to be popular after COVID? What types of medicine are feasible virtually? Abraham (Avi) Seidmann, Everett W. Lord Distinguished Faculty Scholar and Professor of Information Systems at Boston University