Clark professor studies how digital technology shapes purchasing decisions
Recent Research Highlights
- Finance professor David Tang recently published an op-ed piece in The Hill, titled “Legal insider trading? This is what it is and how it affects investors.”
- Management professor Laura Graves and the Center for Creative Leadership published research results on workplace motivation in The Journal of Vocational Behavior.
- Faculty members representing every disciplinary group have done research related to environmental sustainability issues.
- Two faculty members are directly involved in work related to economic development, covering topics that include utilizing partnerships between communities and universities to boost development, as well as work on furthering entrepreneurship in less-developed countries.
- Four of the faculty have conducted research on diversity issues (e.g., gender, nationality).
Faculty Research Seminar Series
The SOM Faculty Research Seminar Series is an interdisciplinary vehicle for the discussion of academic research. The goal of the seminar series is to provide a local forum for interaction that supports the development of research-in-progress into high-quality papers and presentations that contribute to the theory, practice, and teaching of management and related fields.
We invite scholars from all disciplines with an interest in management-related topics to participate in the SOM Research Seminar Series. Anyone interested in obtaining feedback on a current research project is welcome to present in this series. Contact the series’ Chair, Inshik Seol, at ISeol@clarku.edu for a list of available dates and to request a date on the calendar.
Faculty Research in the News
Symposium session focuses on virtual reality, blockchain, YouTube
Professors present on craft breweries’ resilience during the pandemic
New study, mapping tool help determine climate change impacts
Clark University and Center for Creative Leadership publish research on ...
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