Business Archive

Kevin Ketels, Wayne State University – Four Reasons Americans Are Still Seeing Empty Shelves

Why are consumers still finding empty shelves? Kevin Ketels, assistant professor of teaching in global supply

Arran Caza, University of North Carolina Greensboro – The Best Way to Educate Future Business Leaders

How do we best educate future business leaders? Arran Caza, associate professor of management at the

Alanah Mitchell, Drake University – Planning for the Best of Both Worlds in the Hybrid Workplace

Hybrid workplaces could be the way of the future. Alanah Mitchell, associate professor of information management

Blake Alexander Simmons, Boston University – Social and Environmental Risks of China’s Overseas Development

China is developing rapidly, even outside its borders. Blake Alexander Simmons, postdoctoral research fellow at Boston

Shamma Alam, Dickinson College – Job Losses and Physical Activity of Young Adults in a Recession

How might job loss affect physical wellness? Shamma Alam, associate professor of international studies at Dickinson

Kate Padgett-Walsh, Iowa State University – The Ethics of Debt

How much debt are you carrying? Kate Padgett-Walsh, associate professor of philosophy at Iowa State University,

Yamuna Baburaj, Widener University – How Companies Can Best Utilize Star Employees

On Widener University Week: Star employees are a boon to a company, but only if they

Michele Thornton, SUNY Oswego – Employment and Health

On SUNY Oswego Week:  Your employment has a lot to do with your health in the

Peter Belmi, University of Virginia – Objectification at Work

How does the culture of the workplace affect objectification of employees? Peter Belmi, assistant professor of

Daniel H. Neilson, Bard College at Simon’s Rock – GameStop and the Future of Platform Finance

Did you make some bucks on GameStop? Daniel H. Neilson, assistant professor of economics at Bard