This Week on The Academic Minute 2022.07.04
Monday, July 4th
Jay Zagorsky, economist at Boston University’sQuestrom School of Business, says more and more Americans are choosing to shoot off fireworks than ever before.
Tuesday, July 5th
TaLisa Carter, assistant professor in the department of justice, law & criminology at American University, takes a look at how insider status can effect one’s research outcomes.
Wednesday, July 6th
Robert Krueger, professor of human geography at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, determines why development projects in foreign countries do not always go as planned.
Thursday, July 7th
Laura Doering, assistant professor of strategic management at the University of Toronto, determines why doling out punishment may be case of when instead of how much.
Friday, July 8th
Joseph Comprix, professor of accounting at Syracuse University, discusses how we all communicate differently and how that could affect our work.
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