Business Archive

Marie Rudden, Weill Cornell Medical College – Labor/Management Partnerships

How do we bridge the gap between labor and management? Marie Rudden, clinical assistant professor of

Laurel Steinfield, Bentley University – Multinational Corporations and Women’s Economic Empowerment

On Bentley University Week:Β  When big corporations try to do some good, some question their motives.

Mateo Cruz, Bentley University – Response to Systemic Stereotype Threat

On Bentley University Week: There are many challenges for women in STEM fields. Β Mateo Cruz, Mateo

Fred Ledley, Bentley University – Pharmaceutical Companies Profitability

On Bentley University Week: Drug companies seem to be making a lot of profit, but are

Jose Holguin-Veras, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Package Delivery Emissions

Shopping from home can also be bad for the environment. Jose Holguin-Veras, professor of civil and

Jennifer Zelnick, Touro Graduate School of Social Work – Managerialism

Do for-profit values have a place in non-profit work? Jennifer Zelnick, professor at the Touro Graduate

Dayna DeFeo, University of Alaska Anchorage – Teacher Shortage

Why is there a teacher shortage? Dayna DeFeo, research assistant professor at the University of Alaska

Alford Young, Jr., University of Michigan – Isolation Protocols and Low-Income African-American Workers

On University of Michigan Week: Isolation protocols during the pandemic can be challenging for low-wage workers

Greg Hoplamazian, Loyola University Maryland – Marketing During the Pandemic

On Loyola University Maryland Week: How does a brand market effectively during a pandemic? Greg Hoplamazian,

Amber Hutchins, Kennesaw State University – Brand Fans

On Kennesaw State University Week: Are people β€œfans” of certain brands? Amber Hutchins, associate professor of