Jesse Ellis Research Questions the Alignment of Politician’s Investments and Their Ideology
Poole’s Jesse Ellis, an associate professor of finance, helped conduct research, Do Politicians “Put Their Money Where Their Mouth Is?” Ideology and Portfolio Choice, on if politician’s equity investments align with their political ideologies. The research that was posted in Management […]
Hemophilia Three Times More Prevalent Worldwide Than Thought, Study Finds
This article was originally posted on Sept. 11, 2019 on Hemophilia News Today. Jeffrey S. Stonebraker, associate professor of supply chain management at Poole College, has co-authored a research study. Scientists report that hemophilia is three times more prevalent in men worldwide […]
Poole’s ERM Initiative Discusses the Emergence of Digital Transformation as a Concern for Business Leaders
In 2019, digital transformation became the number one concern of directors and business executives worldwide, when just a year ago it was just tenth on the list. This comes from research conducted by NC State Poole College of Management’s Enterprise […]
Tim Kraft joins Poole Supply Chain Faculty and SCRC Team
New Poole Supply Chain professor Tim Kraft enjoys interaction with students while teaching, and the problem-solving aspect of research.
‘Growth Mindset’ Intervention Boosts Confidence and Persistence in Entrepreneurship Students
A low-cost intervention aimed at fostering a growth mindset in students gave the students more confidence in their entrepreneurship abilities and helped them persist when challenges arose.
Don Warsing: Focused on Improving Operational Outcomes
Don Warsing’s move from industry to academia enables him to dig deeply into really challenging problems
Study: Intelligence Community Benefits From Collaborations, And Can Do Better
An analysis of U.S. intelligence programs aimed at collaborating with academic and industry partners finds that these collaborations are valuable for addressing complex intelligence challenges. The study also notes that institutional silos, lack of information sharing and lack of trust are obstacles to getting the most out of these collaborative efforts.
Professor Thayer Morrill: Bridging the Theoretical and Applied to Solve Real World Problems
Professor Thayer Morrill discusses application of theoretical questions to real world problems through applied economics.
Research Sheds Light on the Importance of Police Trust in the Public
A recent study finds that police officers who place more trust in the public are also more likely to pursue cases on their own initiative – termed proactive policing – and have higher arrest rates.
Politicians Walk The Walk, When It Comes To Financial Investments
Study of Congress finds that the more liberal a politician’s voting record is, the more likely the politician is to invest in socially responsible stocks.