Faculty

Researchers have known about retail therapy for years, but a new study shows how it works.

Assistant Professor of Management Jonathan Bundy examines the mindset of famous executives who’ve been elevated to star status.

New research by Geoffrey Smith, clinical associate professor of finance, proves there’s no such thing as the 'holiday effect,' which was thought to produce higher returns on the day before Christmas, New Year’s, and the other 10 stock market holidays.

Lauren Chenarides, assistant professor at the Morrison School of Agribusiness, studies the impact of existing policy solutions and interventions designed to remedy market-deficient communities that lack access to healthy, affordable food options across the nation.

Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship David Welsh, who is a Lincoln Fellow, studies the effects of sleep deprivation on decision-making.