A study by Bauer College Assistant Professor of Finance Kevin Roshak and doctoral students Don Carmichael and Dimuthu Ratnadiwakara raises questions about the cost of raising interest rates.
When people and organizations make plans, it can be an energizing and exciting process. But actual implementation of those plans, can often feel tedious and overwhelming.
A Bauer College faculty member who studies trust, positive organizational behavior and workplace diversity was recently recognized for producing some of the year’s best research in the discipline.
In a series of studies, Tony Kong and his colleagues found that individuals who express gratitude to others, by simply saying thank you, were able to reap significant benefits in strategic interactions such as resource allocations, advising, and social persuasion.
Dejun “Tony” Kong, an associate professor in the Department of Management & Leadership at the C. T. Bauer College of Business, has recently earned a prestigious Ascendant Scholar Award 2019 from the Western Academy of Management.
The NYU/Penn Conference on Law and Finance is a prestigious, interdisciplinary event with invitations extended to 75 of the nation’s top business school or law school faculty.