Shawn Edwards examines the role of representation in generational and racial terms on the board of directors of nonprofit organizations in South Carolina.
Amid declining state funding, do public universities seek alternative revenue streams to keep tuition and fees down? Is such diversification only a public university phenomenon? If both private and public schools are seeking new sources of revenue, then state appropriations may not be the impetus. Instead, institutional characteristics may have a greater influence. Do these […]
Melinda Hubbard offers concrete steps the financial services industry can take to ensure women are afforded equal advancement opportunities.
Multitasking causes mental fatigue for some, but mindfulness can be a solution.
Firms’ investment opportunities are not one-dimensional; rather, they vary across many dimensions which can be captured by a few factors.
This research introduces a more accurate time-varying depreciation rate and studies the effect of time-varying depreciation on R&D investment demand.
Certain community characteristics can help gourmet food trucks grapple with obstacles surrounding authenticity.
Observations of employees and customers in the service environment can positively impact customers’ understanding of a brand.
When hospitality employees look and play the part, customers and potential employees get a better sense of the brand.
Emotions in the workplace can be driven by a wide variety of factors.
The rise in compliance programs across industries has created a gap between industry compliance programs and federal laws which has led to inadequate protection for whistleblowers.
Taking a rude customer’s perspective may help employees understand underlying motivation and mitigate consequences.
Despite state legalizations, why does the cannabis industry still face challenges at the local level?
Old-school gender color stereotypes suggest that women sports fans are likely to enjoy pink-colored clothing, but new research from Katie Sveinson tells another story.
Gym owners, trainers and fitness buffs are using VR and wearable technology. Researchers demonstrate their value.