Media Hit List: Philadelphia Eagles Player Visits Temple, Neuroscience Goes to Business School, and More
A roundup of media mentions featuring faculty and staff from the Fox School of Business and the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management. Fox School in Financial Times Recently, business schools are weaving into their curriculum study in neuroscience. Fox’s Dr. Angelika Dimoka, the director of Temple’s Center for Neural Decision Making, speaks with […]
Dean Richard Deeg Wins “Paper of the Decade” for IB Research
In the Venn Diagram of sociologists and international business researchers, Dr. Richard Deeg sits right in the middle. This June, Dr. Deeg, dean of the College of Liberal Arts, will receive the Journal of International Business Studies Decade Award from the Academy of International Business for his 2008 paper that encouraged scholars to think about […]
Are Whistleblowers in Legal Danger?
Nobody likes a tattletale. Since our days on elementary school playgrounds, we have been conditioned to avoid tattling. The possibility of being declared the class snitch has kept many school children’s lips tightly sealed—and, sadly, that attitude continues in the professional world today. Dr. Leora Eisenstadt, assistant professor in the Department of Legal Studies at […]
Media Hit List: The Best Travel Credit Card, Saxbys Launches New Scholarship, and More
A roundup of media mentions featuring faculty and staff from the Fox School of Business and the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management. Inside Higher Ed quotes Fox prof How can colleges and universities encourage even the most-resistant faculty members to digitize their in-classroom courses for online programs? Inside Higher Ed addresses this in […]
Media Hit List: Running for a Good Cause, Why Dollar Stores Thrive, and More
A roundup of media mentions featuring faculty and staff from the Fox School of Business and the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management. Running for a good cause A university-wide Broad Street Run team, led by the Fox School’s Michael McCloskey and students from Gamma Iota Sigma, annually supports a charity of choice. This […]
Research that Gets Inside Your Head
Angelika Dimoka’s job is to get inside your head. As the director of the Center for Neural Decision Making at the Fox School of Business, Dimoka finds how you make the choices you do—and she does not need to ask you. Instead, she looks to the human body for answers. A trained biomedical engineer and […]
Meet the First Woman to Earn Her PhD at the Fox School of Business
What was it like to be a woman earning a doctorate degree forty years ago? Dr. Gloria Thomas, PhD ’80, has firsthand experience. Today, Dr. Thomas is an accomplished researcher, a dedicated professor, and an esteemed administrator at Baruch College. But in 1980, she was a trendsetter for women at the Fox School of Business. […]
A Legacy of Research at the Fox School of Business: Dean Harry Cochran
Since its founding a century ago, the Fox School of Business has produced outstanding thinkers, innovative doers, and formidable trailblazers. Distinguished research has been at the forefront of Temple University’s initiatives since the 1940s. Following World War II, the federal government had a vested interest in funding research centers all across the country. Harry A. […]
3 Reasons to Publish on the Social Science Research Network (SSRN)
You put in all the work—collecting data, analyzing information, writing the article. But what happens next? Get your research off your computer and into the world through the Social Science Research Network (SSRN), a free, online platform dedicated to disseminating scholarly research throughout the world. With 1.5 million users, SSRN can put your insights into […]
Media Hit List: The Best Places in Philadelphia for Coffee Meetings, and More
A roundup of media mentions featuring faculty and staff from the Fox School of Business and the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management. Translational Research Center launches The Philadelphia Business Journal covers the launch of Fox’s Translational Research Center, which hopes to bridge the gap between business-school research and applications of it in industry. […]
Driving Real Impact at the Fox School
The Fox School of Business is making history—and driving real impact. On Monday, March 12, the Fox School hosted a first-of-its-kind forum that brought together editors-in-chief of leading academic business journals across multiple disciplines. The 2018 Editors’ Summit united academia and industry, researchers and executives, students and educators, for a day of dialogue on a […]
What Is the Role of International Business Researchers?
A conversation with Alain Verbeke about how the international business research community should adapt to today’s global context. *The opinions expressed are the personal opinions of the interviewee and not of the Fox School of Business. In late 2017, the Fox School of Business hosted the Academy of International Business U.S. Northeast Conference. For the […]
What Can Policy Makers and Business Leaders Learn From Detroit and Seattle?
The automobile industry in Detroit is thriving. This seems counterintuitive considering all we know about the damaging impact the last four decades of auto industry decline had on the city. But a meaningful transformation happened and automobile firms have found new ways to flourish. Fox School of Business professor Ram Mudambi has been researching the […]
Fox School Launches Translational Research Center to Unite Research and Industry
Look around. They are in newspapers and social media feeds. They are online and on scrolling news tickers, too. Almost daily, you’ll see splashy headlines announcing the latest scientific-research findings—from groundbreaking disease cures, to solutions for cell-phone addiction and possible causes of global warming. Rarely, if ever, are real-world applications of business-school research given […]
Gray Market Firms: Entrepreneurs or Survivalists?
According to the research findings of a professor from the Fox School, business ownership doesn’t always equate to entrepreneurship. Dr. Kevin J. Fandl, assistant professor in the Department of Legal Studies in Business, and his coauthor, Juana Paola Bustamante of the International Finance Corporation, analyzed a law passed in 2010 in Colombia to assess the […]