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Apr 21, 2022

Rob Handfield Gives Insight on Why Convergence Strengthens Supply Chains

Rob Handfield will join a GEP webcast to share expert knowledge on pain points and risks that organizations are facing and how technology may mend the gap in supply chain and procurement practices. 

Apr 21, 2022

Nathan Goldman on the Ramifications of Aggressive Tax Planning

Nathan Goldman, assistant professor of accounting, shared research findings on the labor and operating efficiency of companies that practice aggressive tax planning. 

Apr 18, 2022

Rob Handfield Explains Cold Supply Chains

Rob Handfield, professor of operations and supply chain management, advises SAS on the use of a cold supply chain on its Internet of Things (IoT) efforts. 

Apr 15, 2022

Melissa Hart Shares Advice on Balance Transfer Fees

Melissa Hart, senior lecturer in finance, shares expert advice and answers consumers' top questions about Capital One and the balance transfer fee. 

Apr 8, 2022

Roby Sawyers Explains Potential Difficulties of the Billionaire Minimum Tax

Roby Sawyers, professor of accounting, discusses the problematic nature of the billionaire minimum tax held in the 2023 U.S. government budget proposal. 


Apr 8, 2022

Stacy Wood Discusses the Root of Vaccine Resistance

Stacy Wood, professor of marketing, explains that healthcare workers should not take vaccine resistance and hesitation personally because this response to the fear and uncertainty of the pandemic is based on experiences dating back decades into the past. 

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Apr 8, 2022

Richard Warr on the Federal Reserve Decision to Raise Interest Rates

Richard Warr, professor of finance, explains that while the Federal Reserve's decision to raise interest rates is not likely to cause a recession, an economic slow down or "shallow recession" is possible. 

Apr 1, 2022

Roby Sawyers on Tax Season Procrastination

"The quicker you file, particularly if you are getting a refund, the quicker you are going to get your money back," said Roby Sawyers. 

Mar 25, 2022

Rob Handfield Summarizes the Flaws in the Medical Supply Chain

Rob Handfield, professor of operations and supply chain management, proposes building a global visibility system that would target the personal protective equipment supply shortage as well as overproduction issues. 

Mar 10, 2022

Tim Kraft Predicts Long-Term Impacts on Ukraine’s Harvest Seasons

Tim Kraft, associate professor of operations and supply chain management, speculates long-term impacts on Ukraine's harvest season as a result of Russia's invasion into the country.