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Oct 25, 2021

The Attraction of School Choice

We sat down with Bartley Danielsen, Poole College of management associate professor of finance and real estate to learn more about how school choice is making waves in the business world. 

Oct 21, 2021

Christina Lewellen Explains the Non-Tax Costs of Tax Planning Strategies

Christina Lewellen, assistant professor of accounting, breaks down the importance of tax planning strategy as well as the potential savings and non-tax costs that can cause strategies to go awry. 

Oct 20, 2021

Will Supply Issues Affect Holiday Shopping This Year?

NC State supply chain management expert Robert Handfield weighs in. 

Oct 18, 2021

Business and Industry Leaders Discuss Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace

The Poole College of Management’s Fall 2021 Career Weeks featured an Inclusive Leaders Conversation on Wednesday, Sept. 29. 

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Oct 15, 2021

Rob Handfield Predicts Higher Costs for Consumers

Rob Handfield, professor of operations and supply chain management, breaks down how supply chain issues will inevitably hike up prices. 

Oct 15, 2021

Rob Handfield Sees Pharmaceutical Packaging Becoming a Problem

Rob Handfield, professor of operations and supply chain management, explains as aluminum shortages develop it could develop pharmaceutical packaging problems. 

Oct 15, 2021

Rob Handfield Explains Pandemic is Not to Blame for Supply Chain Issues

Rob Handfield, professor of operations and supply chain management, says that the COVID-19 pandemic is not solely to blame for the current supply chain issues. 

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Oct 13, 2021

Why Some Business Leaders Oppose Empowering Workers – And Why They Should Do It Anyway

How (and why) business leaders should be doing more to support their workers. 

Oct 12, 2021

The Basement on the Race to the Bottom

Poole Professors Nathan Goldman and Christina Lewellen take a closer look at the global minimum tax rate. 

Oct 6, 2021

Researchers Explore Strategic Licensing and the Impact of Reward Programs on Long-Term Consumption

The study of health and nutrition decisions serves as a continuation of Rishika Rishikas’s research in consumer decision-making – and bridges the gaps in existing research about self-licensing and food choices.