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MIAMI HERBERT REVIEW

The Miami Herbert Review explores various topics in business and highlights the knowledge, research and thought leadership of our faculty. Every quarter, the Review provides a glimpse into Miami Herbert's leading edge research that has been newly published in academic and industry publications, as well as working papers. 

Featured Articles

ASSET PRICING & CRYPTOCURRENCY

If Price Fundamentals are Determinants, Cryptocurrency is Here to Stay
Computing power and network may be the pricing forces that help legitimize the nascent form of exchange. 

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LEADERSHIP 

New CEOs Tackle Outsider Uncertainty by Nailing First Impressions
CEOs at the beginning of their terms use future-looking statements and optimism to win over stakeholders. 

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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

The Springboard Theory Revisited: New Insights A Decade Later
The founders of the springboard perspective offer a way to evaluate the success for multinationals.   

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PUBLIC HEALTH

A Lesson from India: Pharmaceutical Price Caps May Hurt Those They Intend to Benefit

In low- and middle-income countries, or LMICs, the cost of medication signifies a substantial burden on consumers of low financial means, making price cap regulations feel intuitively beneficial. Yet a study by the University of Miami’s Emma Boswell Dean sheds light on this policy direction as one not to take.
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