In the News

12-20-2019 — Barron’s featured research by Feng Gu, professor and chair of accounting and law, in an article about how stock-trading computers profit from human mistakes.

11-21-2019 — Forbes reported on research by Kate Bezrukova, associate professor of organization and human resources, showing that people who are self-employed in some low-paying, popular jobs face the greatest risk from automation.

10-11-2019 — Jim Lemoine, assistant professor of organization and human resources, wrote an article in Fast Company that breaks down the ethical dilemmas of lying in a job interview. The article was originally published in The Conversation.

9-22-2019 — The Associated Press interviewed Natalie Simpson, associate professor and chair of operations management and strategy, about how emergency responders are handling the increasing frequency and intensity of natural disasters.

8-29-2019 — The Washington Post quotes Charles Lindsey, associate professor of marketing, in an article about how internal data shows Uber’s reputation hasn’t changed much since the #DeleteUber initiative, despite a half-billion dollar marketing campaign following a string of scandals.