Jun 21, 2022
Srini Krishnamurthy, associate professor of finance, shares his expertise on secured credit cards and answers consumers' most pressing questions about the card.
Jun 10, 2022
Bradley Kirkman collaborated with Tobias Dennerlein, assistant professor at IESE Business School, to share the future implications of workplace empowerment.
Jun 2, 2022
With the continued pandemic in China, Rob Handfield, professor of operations and supply chain management, says customers could see soaring prices and shortages in technology well into 2023 and 2024.
May 23, 2022
Nathan Goldman and Christina Lewellen joined the Financial Recon podcast to discuss their recent publication entitled "The Happiest Place on Earth? A Look Inside Disney’s Tax and Non-Tax Battle with the State of Florida" and the financial implications of the revocation of the Reedy Creek Improvement District.
May 20, 2022
Richard Warr, associate dean for faculty and research, explains how shocks in the supply chain have shifted from production to distribution.
May 16, 2022
In a study conducted by the Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) at NC State and GEP, research shows that there are disruptions in the supply chain caused by misalignment between procurement and supply chain operations.
May 12, 2022
Mike Stanko, associate professor of marketing, found in a recent study that social media messages that reach loyalty program members best differ from other customers.
May 9, 2022
Tim Kraft, associate professor of operations and supply chain management, explains how rising diesel fuel prices are drastically impacting truck drivers, consumers, and small business owners.
May 6, 2022
Christina Lewellen, assistant professor of accounting, recently authored a paper on a study from NC State which found that companies incorporated in tax havens are more transparent than those in countries that are not tax havens.
Rob Handfield, professor of operations and supply chain management, explains the background behind the delay in the U.S. regaining control of manufacturing by building new plants.