Professor Robin Pennington On Why Companies Should Be More Open About Security Breaches
Robin Pennington's, associate professor of accounting in Poole College, recent research study that concluded that companies benefit from sharing cybersecurity efforts.
Robin Pennington Discusses Negative Impacts of Cybersecurity Breaches in New Study
Robin Pennington, associate professor of accounting in the Poole College of Management, has released a new study detailing the negative effects of cybersecurity breaches and how companies can share their efforts.
Project Management Institute Creates New Guide Based on Poole’s ERM Initiative Research
The Project Management Institute has released its new guide on transformation for organizations based on research conducted by Poole's ERM Initiative.
Professor Beasley Shares Tips for Risk Management in Nonprofits
Dr. Mark Beasley, the director of the ERM Initiative, discusses risk management practices for nonprofit businesses.
Poole College Prepares Supply Chain Students for Employers Through Analytics
The Poole College of Management is better preparing operations and supply chain management students for their professional careers by adding more analytics content to undergraduate programs.
How Smart Factories Are Changing Manufacturing
Noel Greis, a research professor of operations and supply chain management, discussed how artificial intelligence is changing manufacturing.
How Blockchain Technology Could Reshape Supply Chain Management
Professor Rob Handfield discusses how blockchain technology can reshape the future of supply chain management by eliminating financial disputes and facilitating international transactions.
NC State Economics Professor Clark Received $2 Million Grant to Study Americans’ Financial Health in Retirement
NC State Economics Professor Robert Clark and colleagues from George Washington University and the University of Pennsylvania are the recipients of a $2 million grant to research the financial health of low- to moderate-income Americans nearing retirement.
Spring 2019 Poole College Research Guides Academia, Industry
During the spring 2019 semester, at least 80 intellectual contributions were published or are in press for publication. Faculty published in top journals such as Contemporary Accounting Research, the Journal of Applied Psychology, and the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.
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 […]