Business Archive

Antje Graul, Utah State University – Sharing Economy

Sharing has become an economy. Antje Graul, assistant professor of marketing at Utah State University, delves

Qiang Wu, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Female CFOs are More Rick Averse

On Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Week:  Female CFOs can be more risk averse. Qiang Wu, associate professor

Pamela Treister, New York Institute of Technology – Uncompensated ER Care

On New York Institute of Technology Week: Uninsured E.R. visits are costly for hospitals. Pamela Treister,

Donna McCloskey, Widener University – How to Set Boundaries between Work and Home

Work is always with you in the digital age. Donna McCloskey, associate professor in the School

John Heitmann, University of Dayton – Cars and Government Regulations

Americans have long had a love affair with the automobile. John Heitmann, professor of history at

Ranjit Dighe, SUNY Oswego – Bland Beer

Ready to belly up to the bar for another bland beer? Ranjit Dighe, professor in the

Amy Whitaker, New York University – Rethinking Artists as Investors

Should artists make more money for their work? Amy Whitaker, Assistant Professor of Visual Arts Administration

Jeff Sovern, St. John’s University – Consumer Confusion

Do you always understand exactly what you’re signing? Jeff Sovern, professor of law at St. John’s

Robert Edgell, SUNY Polytechnic Institute – Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs are flashy, but don’t forget about reliable small business owners. Robert Edgell, associate professor of

Davit Khachatryan, Babson College – Mining Patent Data for Public Good

On Babson College Week:  What can patent data tell us? Davit Khachatryan, assistant professor of statistics