Eller Research Special Edition
Eller College dean Paul Portney addresses Eller faculty research and how you can make a difference. [more]
Company founded by McClelland Professor of MIS Hsinchun Chen to commercialize the crime-fighting product COPLINK®.
“KCC was a spinoff from the University with local funding involved,” says Chen. “So the sale is nice closure for me on the project.”
Economic historians Price Fishback — Frank and Clara Kramer Professor of Economics — and Paul Rhode have been awarded a three-year, $598,000 grant from the NSF to conduct a comprehensive analysis of contributing factors to the rise in U.S. farm productivity since 1870. [more]
Associate professor of finance Sandy Klasa has been named the McGuire Professor of Entrepreneurship, an award designed to foster academic exploration of entrepreneurship. [more]
Physically approaching a product may cause consumers to view it in a more favorable light, according to research by Eller College assistant professor of marketing Jesper Nielsen and Aparna Labroo of the University of Chicago. [more]
The accelerating pace of innovation — particularly in durable goods industries — has challenged economists to uncover new modeling methods to predict performance and guide policy. [more]
When corporations try to diversify into new technology sectors, startup companies reap the rewards, according to the findings of a new paper co-authored by Steven Boivie. [more]
Study examines whether banks that undertake securitization transactions face higher or lower levels of information uncertainty compared to banks that do not obtain financing through securitizing assets. [more]
When families bring consumer products into the home, those products sometimes take on deep meaning and resonance through use — prompting a series of questions that researches have been examining over the last 30 years. [more]
Identifying the University of Arizona as one of the top 100 "Best Value Colleges," the review highlighted Eller's undergraduate MIS and accounting programs while gushing over the McGuire Center's dynamic entrepreneurship program. [more]
"These days, we tend to assume that children and adolescents are only interested in expensive material things. But what really makes them happy is spending time with family and friends," says Chaplin. [more]
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UA gets funding for sports management program.
Phoenix Business Journal
February 24, 2010
Eyes wide open: MBA student Alex Lynch uses his gift of deafness to find alternative ways to listen in business.
Students learn from the light of experience.
February 15, 2010
UA campus will target Chandler's high tech.
Arizona Daily Star
February 12, 2010