December 2010 Archives
Carlson students put their business education to work during a day of service designed to build relationships with the local community.
Joel Waldfogel concludes Americans will vaporize $14 billion worth of value this holiday season.
Anudeep Parhar was promoted to vice president of technology strategy and planning at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota after recently attending the Minnesota Management Institute. He describes how the program helped him become a more well-rounded leader.
Professor Mark Bergen's research documents the link between price points and price rigidity across products, stores, price levels, and retail formats.
Professor George John concludes from his research that it is more profitable for companies to maintain multiple channel outlet types aligned with different incentive plans than to combine those channels.
Ten questions for the dean and her answers in Financial Times.
He once aspired to be a CEO of a Fortune 100 company, but Thompson Aderinkomi is now creating his own fortune with help from the Carlson Ventures Enterprise.
Stephen Parente will join three other noted health policy analysts for "Beyond 'Repeal and Replace': Ideas for Real Health Reform" in Washington, D.C.
Kathleen Vohs' research on self-control says the modern deluge of tempting messages could be whittling away at our ability to resist.
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