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Five Ways Managers Can Support Pregnant Employees
A Harvard Business Review article co-authored by Management Professor Kaylee Hackney discusses her research, which finds that pregnancy discrimination is linked to increased stress and an elevated risk for postpartum depression in pregnant working mothers. Hackney’s research was also cited in Sojourners.
A Surge in Trading Preceded Trump’s SPAC Deal
Finance Professor Mike Stegemoller is quoted in a New York Times article about special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs. Stegemoller is also quoted in Reuters and Forbes.
Social Security Changes Coming in 2022
William Reichenstein, professor emeritus of Investments, was quoted in a U.S. News article on upcoming Social Security changes. Reichenstein was also quoted in Financial Advisor.
Video: Agriculture May Be Hit by Russia-Ukraine Conflict the Hardest, Expert Warns
Pedro Reyes, professor of Management and supply chain expert, weighed in on how the Russia-Ukraine conflict will impact food supply on FOX & Friends Sunday.
Cinderella St. Peter’s Can Now Expect Boom in Applications, Donations and Sales
Sports, Strategy and Sales Professor Kirk Wakefield explains how winning sports tournaments, like March Madness, increases college applicants, improves the academic quality of the student body and raises donations in a Washington Examiner article.
Moral Judgments About Ai Will Shape Legal and Ethical Assignment of Blame in Cases Involving Self-Driving Cars
Recent research on moral judgments of artificial intelligence by Yulia Sullivan, professor of Information Systems and Business Analytics, is cited in a Forbes article about the legal and ethical ramifications of self-driving vehicles.
SNAP Benefits Helped Older Adults Avoid Food Insecurity During Pandemic
A study done by Feeding America and Craig Gunderson, professor of Economics and the Snee Family Endowed Chair at the Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty, was quoted in an AARP article regarding SNAP benefits and food insecurity during the pandemic.
Which Comes First: Economic Decline or Hospital Closure?
A Tradeoffs article about hospital closures cited recent research by Economics Professor Michael Richards which investigated the economic impact of rural hospital closures.
Five Pandemic Lessons and How to Apply Them to Your Career
Charles Davis, professor of Accounting, is quoted in a Journal of Accountancy article about how the challenges of the pandemic may be an opportunity for accounting professionals to add new career skills and habits.
Opinion: Balance Is Essential to Students’ Wellbeing
Marketing Professors James Roberts and Meredith David co-authored a study that was quoted in a Suffolk Journal article on the struggle faced by college students to balance work, school and social activities.
Integrated Marketing for Real Estate Professionals
A Real Estate Magazine article cites a report from the Keller Center for Research at Baylor about how online advertising is now more relevant to real estate promoters than print.
Nine Things You Can Do During Your Lunch Break to Guarantee a Great Afternoon
Emily Hunter, professor and chair of Management, is quoted in a Prevention article about the importance of taking a break during the workday, which can increase productivity and lower burnout rates.
Not A Workaholic? You Might Have Some of The Same Traits, UGA Study Says
Dawn Carlson, H.R. Gibson Chair of Organizational Development, and Emily Hunter, Management Department chair in the Hankamer School of Business, served as co-authors on a study on the impact of workaholism on personal health and family relationships, featured in Metro Atlanta CEO.
Baylor Business Review, Fall 2022