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Published on 07 December 2021
The increasingly visible consequences of climate change, coupled with greater expectations around societal issues, have pushed corporate social responsibility (CSR) into the spotlight for both organizations and consumers. While many companies have...
Published on 16 November 2021
Recent research provides information on the appropriateness of a humorous response to customers' expressions of dissatisfaction on social media, and on the type of humor to be used according to the brand identity
Published on 09 July 2021
International research shows that the temperature of a dish, depending on whether it is served hot or cold, can potentially change our perception of its objective calorie content.
Published on 13 April 2021
The "ETIC" research program is investigating the adverse effects that digital images can potentially cause, with specific focus on the impact that beauty filters can have on users who are most exposed to the pressures of today's beauty ideals.
Published on 15 March 2021
A study conducted in South Korea examined the effectiveness of advertising messages broadcast in this rapidly growing market with Confucian cultural traditions, in comparison to globalized advertisements based on more individualistic values.
Published on 14 September 2017
From Mad Men to The Sopranos or The Walking Dead, discover the management wisdom of characters in popular TV series.