The Hankamer School of Business (HSB) announced the 2023 recipients of the HSB Faculty Awards this month.
A study by Michael Mowchan takes a hard look at the efficacy of measures meant to ensure public company audit quality.
Baylor Business Review: Michael Mowchan takes a hard look at the efficacy of measures meant to ensure public company audit quality.
Baylor Business Review: Claudio Alvarez identifies "relational tensions" between consumers and the brands they hold dear.
Baylor Business Review: Sara Perry studies the relationship between supervisor biases and workplace safety enforcement.
Baylor Business Review: David Dicks models the correlation between new innovation and investors’ attitudes about uncertainty.
Baylor researcher David Dicks models the correlation between new innovation and investors' attitudes about uncertainty.
The Hankamer School of Business (HSB) at Baylor University will launch a new podcast to promote top-tier research conducted by Hankamer faculty and students. The podcast, “Innovative Business,” will feature Business School faculty and students discussing their research on a foundational level.
Management professor Sara Perry discusses her recent research on the challenges for remote workers looking for a healthy and sustainable work-life balance.
Baylor Business Review: Ashley Otto explores how exposure to multiple brands makes consumers' purchasing choices easier.
Baylor Business Review: Gabriella Cacciotti connects the dots between resiliency and its importance to the field of entrepreneurship.
Baylor Business Review: Yulia Sullivan examines the role “executive functions” plays in how we navigate new information systems.
Baylor Business Review: Dorothy Leidner reflects on sailing uncharted waters when she developed the first PhD program in the Business School.
Baylor Business Review: Management faculty reap the benefits of friendly mentorships to further research and relationships.
Baylor Business Review: Matt Wood investigates the role time plays in innovators meeting the flow of consumer desires or needs.
Baylor Business Review: The Undergraduate Research Assistant Program draws upon a vast wealth of previously underused research help.
Baylor Business Review: Dean Sandeep Mazumder co-authors a more practical economics textbook to bridge industry and academics.
Baylor Business Review: Kaylee Hackney reflects on personal experience to study the impact of stress from perceived pregnancy discrimination.
Baylor Business Review: Lingjiang Lora Tu and JaeHwan Kwon study the reach of educational messaging and its impact on the audience.
Innovative Business at Baylor: Paul Mason, assistant professor of Accounting and Business Law, researches the impact of IRS monitoring on a manager’s likelihood to commit accounting fraud through financial misreporting.
Innovative Business at Baylor: Wen Zhang, assistant professor of Management, researches when the ideal time is to screen potential suppliers in an open-bid auction for re-sourcing to help reduce the procurement costs for a company.
Innovative Business at Baylor: Dorothy Leidner, Ferguson Professor of Information Systems, synthesized years of research to develop a theory diving into personal data being digitized and its implications on a person’s dignity.
Innovative Business at Baylor: Peter Klein, professor of Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation, researches the perceived disconnect between ownership and value creation with a new term in strategic management literature.
Innovative Business at Baylor: As Baylor University continues its pursuit of Research I/Tier I (RI/TI) recognition, professors in the Hankamer School of Business are doing their part by contributing to this vision.