The Gatton College of Business and Economics is offering individuals the opportunity to learn proven strategies and practical, hands-on tools to drive successful project outcomes — on time and within budget.
Kleppe recently named to the Editorial Board of Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory (AJPT).
Sung-Yuan (Mark) Cheng and Sohee Kim both presented papers at the 2022 Annual Meeting of American Accounting Association in San Diego, California.
Jim Ziliak, Chris Bollinger, and Gatton Ph.D alum, Charles Hokayem, had their paper accepted for publication at the Journal of Business and Economic Statistics.
Assistant Marketing Professor, Alexis Allen, along with researchers from the University of New Hampshire, Texas A&M, and FSU published a new paper in the JM that examines the effect among salespeople of three negative personality traits – Machiavellianism, narcissism, and psychopathy.
"Balancing Data Privacy and Usability in the Federal Statistical System," accepted for PNAS publication
Chris Bollinger, Gatton Endowed Professor of Economics and Executive Director of the KRDC, highlights an important problem in his research: Balancing Privacy and Usability.
This month's highlights include: Gatton's Education Abroad programs, an exclusive interview with Business Analytics Center Director, Tom Groleau and a "fishy" way that Simon keeps cool! Watch Now!
The Gatton College of Business and Economics is proud to announce the new Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics program. With an expected growth rate of more than 15% through 2030, the demand for professionals who are data literate and understand how to...
Summer is in full swing! This month’s episode features the hot-off-the-press, alumni magazine, Transform; a tour of the Education Abroad programs in France and Italy and a new segment called Simon's Shoutouts, featuring Gatton alumni doing amazing things!
Olivia Davis, lecturer in the Gatton College of Business and Economics, is one of the distinguished Great Teacher Award recipients who strives to help her students discover their passions.