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Marc WeinsteinClinical Associate Professor "Work can make you sick" isn't simply a figure of speech. Hear Dr. Weinstein describe how his research examines occupational stress and wellness, and includes some coping strategies that seem counter-intuitive
Elizabeth GutierrezAssistant Professor Most studies about insider trading focus on the firm level, but Dr. Gutierrez's empirical research looks at the macro level.
Raymond C. RodyClinical Professor Hear how Dr. Rody's experience teaching casino management in China led him to see the potential of facial recognition technology in sales training.
Department of Information Systems and Business Analytics Monica Chiarini Tremblay, department chair and associate professor, was recently elected president-elect of the Association of Information Systems’ SIG-Health, which supports health-IS research, education and career development. Department of Management & International Business Jerry Haar, professor, wrote an op-ed column entitled “Brain Drain: Fact? Fiction? Or A Little of […]
As part of an op-ed series, BizNews shares the expertise and diverse perspectives of members of the university community. In this piece, Greg Maloney discusses how to market to consumers who today have access to many retail channels and sales within minutes to buy a single item. By Greg Maloney, marketing instructor, College of Business Omnichannel […]
Trillions of dollars may be missing from U.S. government coffers due to widespread corporate tax evasion and criminal money laundering strategies, according to Florida International University College of Business professor John Zdanowicz. The Department of Finance professor conducted an analysis of 12 years’ worth of U.S. Customs data and found that abnormally priced goods imported […]
Depending upon whom you speak with in the business community, “brain drain” is either a serious problem in South Florida or a fiction that people bandy about. In any given month, corporate executives with whom I interact will proclaim: “FIU is turning out some great MBA students. We intend to hire a lot more from […]
School of Accounting Jimmy Carmenate, clinical instructor, has been named Outstanding Faculty Advisor of the Year by the national office of Beta Alpha Psi, the honor society for accounting, finance and information sciences students. Carmenate serves as faculty advisor to the FIU student chapter, which recently achieved Gold Chapter status for two consecutive years. Department […]
A group of 15 small business owners from Cuba this week became the first cohort of InCubando@FIU, FIU’s first-ever customized program designed to sharpen the managerial skills and business savvy of young entrepreneurs from the island. During the six-week program, College of Business faculty will deliver courses in Spanish covering small business management, accounting and […]
School of Accounting Antoinette Smith, associate professor, is the author of “Insider Secrets to College Classroom Success,” a guide to best practices that will help make college students more successful in the classroom. She was recognized at the FIU Book Authors Recognition Reception. David W. Barman, instructor, served as a guest judge at the Florida […]
School of Accounting Antoinette Smith, associate professor, is the author of the book Insider Secrets to College Classroom Success! (Freedom Stream, August 24, 2015). Department of Finance Reflections from Marcos A. Kerbel, participating adjunct professor, and his wife, Helen, are included in It Happened in Miami, The Magic City-An Oral History, a book co-authored by […]
Department of Information Systems and Business Analytics An article co-authored by Debra VanderMeer, associate professor and Knight Ridder Center Research Fellow, has been selected by IGI Global for a Seventh Annual Excellence in Research Journal Award, for articles from the 2014 volume year. VanderMeer’s article “Enabling Resource Access Visibility for Automated Enterprise Services” originally was […]
Department of Management and International Business Jerry Haar, professor, wrote an article for Latin Trade entitled “Latin America’s Agricultural Challenges” which appeared October 11, 2015. He was also a keynote speaker at the annual convention of the American Association of Port Authorities, addressing business competitiveness in Latin America and the Caribbean, with attention to transportation […]