Launched this year, the Bradford-Osborne Research Award is the first national award to recognize research published in peer-reviewed journals that contributes to advancing the growth of businesses owned by people of color. Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship & Innovation Venkat Kuppuswamy received the award for his co-authored 2017 Management Science paper, “The Colorblind Crowd? Founder Race and Performance in Crowdfunding.”
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The D'Amore-McKim School of Business is pleased to announce the addition of 12 new full-time faculty to its accomplished academic roster of innovators, scholars, researchers, and leaders. In addition, the school celebrated two faculty who were visiting professors who are now tenure-track assistant professors.
You like digging your toes in it and children enjoy building castles out of it. Now consider for a moment a world without sand. Sheila Puffer, distinguished professor of international business, explains how that will be our reality someday.
Associate Professor of Marketing Yakov Bart explains why we rewatch shows when we experience times of extreme anxiety.
Northeastern researchers are embarking on a project to yield an Alexa-like device that could be used in professional settings to alert users to instances of implicit bias.
Keith Smith, whose research focuses on the impact of digital marketing on customer behavior in online settings, explains the potential consequences of YouTube's policies changes to limit advertising on children's video.
The DATA Initiative held the Inaugural DATA Forum earlier this month at Northeastern University, which included a Data Visualization Challenge focused on biking in Boston.
Ruth V. Aguilera's research, teaching, and service efforts are significant and have attracted worldwide acclaim. In 2016 she was named a Fellow to the Academy of International Business (AIB), and in 2018 she was inducted as a Fellow to the Strategic Management Society (SMS).
Consumers don't always have the tools to understand what's in their best financial interest. She wants to help.
New assistant professor Weiling Liu wants to know why insurance and banking markets expand and contract. The answer could help consumers protect their own financial stability.
India's advancements in low cost, high quality healthcare services may attract U.S. patients offshores. Ravi Ramamurti comments on this change for PBS News Hour.