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Pandemic grocery prices shot up like a rocket and fell like a feather, even after supplies recovered

According to research by Professor of Agribusiness Timothy Richards, shoppers pay close attention to prices as they go up but tune out as prices fall.

New Blended Format for Executive MBA Frees Up More Fridays and Weekends for Students

In August, EMBA students will get the same comprehensive business curriculum taught by W. P. Carey faculty with less time away from home and work, as travel to campus will go from 37 to 20 weekends for the 21-month program, adding 17 more Fridays in the office and 17 fewer weekends away from home for working professionals.

Former Mastercard CPO Takes the Helm at CAPS Research

Bryan Fuller will focus on leading-edge offerings and member value as executive director.

Strengthening supply chain in Africa

Arizona State University partners with Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana to create a new global center.

Supply chains to shift in the wake of coronavirus

The Washington Examiner reached out to business professors Hitendra Chaturvedi and Craig Carter who teach supply chain management for their take on sourcing from suppliers in other parts of Asia to supplement the Chinese sourcing and logistics issues due to COVID-19.