A new interdisciplinary study from C. T. Bauer College of Business yields important insights about the intersection of art and community-development.
The way many American consumers watch television has changed; 178 million watch with a smartphone, laptop computer, or some other mobile device in hand.
Associate Professor of Accountancy & Taxation Volkan Muslu has found that companies that make a serious commitment to detailing social responsibility in an easily understood narrative are more likely to reap accurate financial forecasting from investors.
Research from Bauer College Assistant Professor Mark Grimes suggests that a computer users’ mouse movements leave a metaphoric trail of smoke when that user is being less than truthful.
In the last 10 years, Bauer has usually ranked among the top three business schools in the state when it comes to publishing in highly competitive journals that have very low acceptance rates.
Assistant Professor Shih-chi “Sana” Chiu’s paper, “Leadership Change and Corporate Social Performance: The Context of Financial Distress Makes all the Difference,” has been accepted for publication at Leadership Quarterly, a top tier academic journal.