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Stuart School of Business is a research community that engages in rigorous, relevant, and interdisciplinary academic and practice-oriented research.

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Collaborative research is valued at the Stuart School, as faculty work closely with colleagues and graduate students at Stuart, as well as faculty throughout Illinois Tech and at other institutions, to create knowledge across a wide range of topics in business.

This research is frequently published in top-tier scholarly journals, such as the International Journal of Finance, Journal of Consumer Marketing, Journal of Applied Psychology, Applied Financial Economics, Journal of Industrial Ecology, Journal of Banking and Finance, and many more.

The school’s Friday Research Presentations series during the academic year showcases the breadth of research by Stuart faculty and students.

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Tools for Research

The Stuart School provides the latest software and subscriptions to major business databases to support research and analysis by faculty and students.

The school’s Financial Markets Research Lab is designed to foster collaboration among students and features 10 individual dual-monitor Bloomberg workstations and two large wall-mounted monitors that allow screen sharing.

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Policymakers Take Notice of Wagman’s Research

Associate Professor of Economics Liad Wagman and Stuart Ph.D. student Jian Jia are conducting research on economic effects of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulations. What they have discovered has caught the attention of government officials, policymakers, and academics, including officials at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and the White House Council of Economic Advisors.

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