In the News
Precarization or Protection? How Labor Policies Influence the Effects of Globalization Informality
The United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research cited research conducted by Economics Professor Lourenco S. Paz that examines the relationship between globalization and job precarity, or the substitution of high-quality jobs with those that may not comply with regulations or offer benefits.
Uninsured Motorist Coverage Guide
A WalletHub article quoted Allen Seward, associate professor of Finance, Insurance and Real Estate, for his advice as a panel member expert regarding uninsured motorist coverage.
Best and Worst States for Working Dads
WalletHub interviewed Professor of Management Dawn Carlson regarding the best working environments for fathers, including budget savings tips, family leave policies, emotional support and finding work-life balance.
Best Student Credit Cards of 2021
WalletHub cited Finance Professor Franklin Potts as a finance expert who provides tips for students regarding finding and using credit cards.
The 3 Keys to Success (And Failure) in Family Businesses
Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation Lee Grumbles was quoted in a U.S. Chamber of Commerce article about the competitive advantages and disadvantages of family-run businesses.
Which Comes First: Economic Decline or Hospital Closure?
Research conducted by Economics Professor Michael Richards where he investigated the economic impact of rural hospital closures was cited in a Tradeoffs article.
7 Traits of High-Quality Remote Job Candidates
Assistant Professor of Management Sara Perry’s research into the emotional impact of remote work on employee well-being was featured in a Business 2 Community article. She found that workers with high emotional stability and autonomy are best suited for remote-work opportunities.
Laurie Burney Named Ima’s Professor-In-Residence
The Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) named Laurie Burney, associate professor of Accounting and Business Law, as professor-in-residence effective Sept. 1. Burney will serve a three-year term as IMA’s top academic volunteer leader contributing to academic outreach and thought leadership.
The Perfect Workday Hours to Maximize Motivation
Research on employee work breaks conducted by Associate Professors of Management Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu was quoted by Thrive Global, a company that focuses on the wellbeing of employees in providing behavior change technology.
The State of Modern Economics
The Mises Institute discussed research conducted by Carl Menger Research Fellow, W.W. Caruth Chair and Professor of Entrepreneurship Peter Klein who investigated the economics of entrepreneurship and business organization, which contains applications to regulation, innovation and economic growth.
Business Review – Insincere Negotiations
In an episode of the radio series Business Review, Associate Professor of Management Chris Meyer provided tips for navigating encounters with a negotiator whose purpose is strictly strategic and not to make a deal.