Recent News

Cactus League brings over $300M to Valley

The baseball association makes a unique impact unlike any other sporting event in the region, according to Clinical Professor of Economics Daniel Marburger.

Economic fallout from China’s coronavirus mounts around the world

The financial hangover — from Asian and European auto plants running short of parts and Chinese tourists staying home — is expected to last for months, according to Supply Chain Management Professor of Practice Hitendra Chaturvedi.

ASU’s W. P. Carey School of Business announces STEM-designated master’s in global logistics

Now designated by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency within the Department of Homeland Security as a STEM-eligible degree program, the MS-GL provides greater opportunities for international students to find employment in the U.S. for up to 36 months beyond graduation, as compared to 12 months for non-STEM degrees.

Persuasive giving

Professor Emeritus of Marketing and Psychology Robert Cialdini spent his career learning the art of persuasion. His work will live on at ASU.

Gender gap in grade-change requests

New research by Professor of Economics Basit Zafar and his co-author finds male college students are more likely to ask for grade changes.