Faculty at Stuart School of Business engage in dynamic, collaborative research that is both relevant and valuable to the daily work of business and industry professionals, and that advances theoretical understanding.
Current areas of faculty research focus at Stuart include, but are not limited to:
- High-frequency finance
- Sustainable enterprise and the circular economy
- Product placement and marketing communications
- Corporate social responsibility
- Effects of non-compete agreements
- Ethics in automated financial markets
- Hedging and risk management
- Leader-member exchange (LMX) in management
- Diversity in the workplace
For more details on Stuart faculty research interests, see the individual faculty members’ profiles.
Recent Stuart Faculty Publications and Presentations
Sang Baum Kang
“A New Approach to Evaluating the Cost-Efficiency of Complex Hedging Strategies: An Application to Electricity Price-volume Quanto Contracts” published in the Journal of Energy Markets
Four refereed conference presentations on counterproductive work behaviors, stigmatized family identities and I-deals, the business case for state same-sex marriage legislation, and marriage equality.
“Expanding Perceptions of the Circular Economy through Design: Eight Capitals as Innovation Lenses” published in Resources, Conservation and Recycling
“Corporate Environmental Performance and Financing Decisions” published in Business Ethics: A European Review