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Better Business. Better Research.

The Robins School faculty are highly sought experts whose work receives recognition in their field’s most respected publications. Many develop cases, classroom material, and textbooks based on their research, supporting the school’s teacher-scholar model and incorporating real scholarship students’ coursework. Their significant contributions range from advancements in understanding motivations of the modern consumer and the influence of social networking, to identifying career passion and the implications of national economic reform on foreign trade.

Below is a sampling of our faculty’s most recent accomplishments.  

Bosse

Doug Bosse, Associate Professor of Management
"Strategic Alliances of Entrepreneurial Firms: Value Enhancing Then Value Destroying"
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal

Croushore

Dean Croushore, Professor of Economics
“Fiscal Forecasts at the FOMC: Evidence from the Greenbooks”
Review of Economics and Statistics

Hanson

Sara Hanson, Assistant Professor of Marketing
“Friends with Benefits: Social Coupons as a Strategy to Enhance Customers’ Social Empowerment”
Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science 

Harrison

Jeff Harrison, Professor of Management
"Publication Bias in Strategic Management Research"
Journal of Management

Ho

Violet Ho, Associate Professor of Management
"Passion isn't always a good thing: Examining entrepreneurs' network centrality and financial performance with a dualistic model of passion"
Journal of Management Studies

Linask

Maia Linask, Assistant Professor of Economics
“Could tariffs be pro-cyclical?” 
Journal of International Economics

Marshall

Cassandra Marshall, Assistant Professor of Finance
"Explaining CEO Retention in Misreporting Firms” 
Journal of Financial Economics

Mehkari

Saif Mehkari, Associate Professor of Economics
"The Analytics of Technology News Shocks"
Journal of Economic Theory 

Whitaker

Jonathan Whitaker, Associate Professor of Management
"Information Technology, Revenues, and Profits: Exploring the Role of Foreign and Domestic Operations“
Information Systems Research