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U.S. credit downgrade and market volatility

Xiaoyan Zhang

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Resume fraud linked to job search envy

Brian Dineen

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impact of Pokémon Go on local business

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industrial clusters and performance

Jovan Grahovac

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Management Department


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Data Quandary

Smart cars, smart streets and smart homes could make life much easier, but what's the tradeoff? Mohammad Rahman, a Purdue University associate professor of management information systems, says the quandary surrounding data and its ownership is important to some people. But for the most part, consumers have indicated that they prefer convenience over privacy.

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Advancing Forward

Leaders of the business world and academic community came together at the 30th annual fall conference of the Dauch Center for the Management of Manufacturing Enterprises, which has long been a focal point within Purdue University's Krannert School for promoting education, research and industrial engagement, manufacturing management and supply chain management.

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Outside Insiders

Does access to information prior to an initial public offering (IPO) generate a trading advantage after the IPO? That's the question posed by researchers from Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management, who find that the information obtained by non-insider institutions through their connections prior to the IPO may remain valuable after the IPO.

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Transformative Learning

Purdue’s recently restructured Weekend MBA program has boosted master’s degree enrollment, earned awards for a veteran Krannert Prof. Charlene Sullivan and two instructional designers from ITaP, and drawn accolades from faculty including Brian Chupp. But the real winners behind the innovations in teaching and learning technologies are students.

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In the news

Flu season could cost employers billions of dollars
As the flu season continues to worsen, the best thing companies can do for their bottom line is to encourage sick employees to stay home, says Professor Ellen Ernst Kossek in an interview for NPR's Marketplace. “Americans are notorious for not using all of their vacation and sick time,” she said. “And it’s just not a great culture if you make people feel like they have to work when they’re sick.”

Industry leaders to discuss supply chain risk at global conference
Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management will bring industry leaders to campus Feb. 23 for the spring 2018 Global Supply Chain Management Initiative (GSCMI) Conference, to be held in the Purdue Memorial Union.The theme of this year’s conference is “Supply Chain Risk — Business Continuity Planning.” Industry leaders, faculty, undergraduate and graduate students are invited to attend.

Young Alumni Spotlight: Zoya Hsiao, BS ’17 (Management)
A December 2017 graduate, Zoya Hsiao has a passion for serving others, both locally and globally. “I seek unique experiences that will not only challenge my development in business strategies, marketing, and event planning, but will also allow me to travel and live abroad,” she says.


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Contact the Management Department:

Management Department Head:
Ananth Iyer
Assistant Department Head:
Meara Habashi
Assistant to the Department Head:
Mary Schultz

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