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Dr. Kate Campbell, Dr. Cullen Goenner, and Dr. Matthew Notbohm paper accepted in the Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting

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Please join us in congratulating Dr. Kate Campbell (Department of Accountancy), Dr. Cullen Goenner (Department of Economics and Finance), and Dr. Matthew Notbohm (Department of Accountancy) on their paper published in the Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting. Title: Political ideology and CEO performance under crisis Journal: Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting Authors:  Dr. […]

Dr. Mark Jendrysik, Professor of Political Science and Public Administration, new book “Utopia” will be released April 27 on Amazon

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Please join us in congratulating Dr. Mark Jendrysik, Professor or Political Science and Public Administration for his new book Utopia that will be released April 27 on Amazon. Human beings universally dream of a better world. For centuries they have expressed their yearning for ways of life that are free from oppression, want and fear through […]

Dr. Dana Harsell’s political science and public administration students took part in a flu pandemic simulation last semester

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As a flu virus rages worldwide, policy makers from four nations race to contain the virus, stop the pandemic, and save lives. Should they quarantine? Close borders? Restrict travel? Distribute masks and hand sanitizer? Focus on novel vaccine development? Each decision has implications. How many lives can be saved? Is there enough money to develop […]

Dr. Josh Chuang Paper Accepted in the International Journal of Production Economics

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Please join us in congratulating Dr. Josh Chuang, Associate Professor in the Department of Management for his recent paper accepted for publication in the International Journal of Production Economics. Title: “How Outcome Information Affects Ethical Attitudes and Intentions to Behave” Authors: Gary Fleischman (Texas Tech University) and Sean Valentine (University of North Dakota) International Journal […]

ND SBDC Cybersecurity Initiative

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The North Dakota Small Business Development Centers (ND SBDC) in cooperation with the Kansas SBDC have launched their cybersecurity initiative. A free online assessment tool is now available, which takes approximately 30 minutes, and will help businesses identify areas of strength and weakness with their current cybersecurity policies and procedures. Following the assessment, participants have […]

Dr. Jennifer Stoner presented at the Association of Consumer Research’s Annual Conference

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Dr. Jennifer Stoner presented in October at the Association of Consumer Research’s annual conference in Dallas, TX.  Please see abstract of the talk below: Love is Blind: How Sensory Liking Impacts Perceptions of Unbranded Products Jennifer L Stoner (University of North Dakota); Maria A Rodas (University of Minnesota, USA) Sensory perceptions can be impacted by […]

Dr. David Flynn presents at the 2018 Regional Economics Conference

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Dr. David Flynn presented on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at the 2018 Regional Economics conference hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. The 2018 theme was focused on immigration, where Flynn provided a North Dakota perspective in a panel session on long-term demographic trends along with Allison Liuzzi from Minnesota Compass and Matthew Kures from […]

Dr. David Flynn serves as an expert panelist for Focus Economics blog

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Dr. David Flynn recently served as a panelist for a story in the Focus Economics Blog discussing how and when will the next financial crisis happen.  Focus Economics provides economic forecasts from the world’s leading economics and weighted in with 26 economic and financial market experts on what they believe will be the catalyst for […]