Bauer Business Minds: Research for the Real World.
I am happy to showcase both the research ideas in this newsletter. The article spotlights an interesting problem of conflicting laws on business practice, exacerbated in the context of stigmatized products. The newest edition of our NPR radio spot features the novel means by which computer mouse movements reveal deception.
As we wind down the semester, we invite you to attend our (now virtual) college-wide Distinguished Speaker lecture on May 15. The theme of the lecture is "Inclusive Leadership" a strategic priority for the Bauer College. This inaugural lecture will feature Dr. Derek Avery, Professor, David C. Darnell Presidential Chair in Principled Leadership, Wake Forest University. Dr. Avery will be joining the Management faculty at Bauer this summer and it is our pleasure to welcome him and introduce his scholarship to our entire Bauer research community. Please mark your calendar for May 15. Specific details and zoom information to follow.
With warm regards and best wishes,
Dr. Vanessa Patrick
Associate Dean of Research
Bauer Professor of Marketing
Bauer Researcher Looks at Conflicting Policies
and Effect on Business
The Trump administration's rollback of automobile emission standards highlights a growing problem for businesses caught between conflicting municipal, state and federal laws. It's one of many examples of conflicting U.S. laws, and there is no indication the phenomenon is going away any time soon, said Betsy Gelb, Marvin Hurley Professor of Marketing & Entrepreneurship at the C. T. Bauer College of Business.
Bauer Business Focus
Of Mice And Emotions
The latest twist in uncovering deception might just be a mouse click away. Professor Mark Grimes with the C. T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston, explains.
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