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Join Dan Gropper, Dean of the Florida Atlantic University College of Business, as he introduces the college's faculty members, research, programming, innovations, and much more. Follow Dean Gropper on Twitter at @FAUbusinessdean.
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Yannick Thams, Ph.D., joins Florida Atlantic as an Associate Professor in the Department of Management Programs. Prior to her appointment at FAU, she was an Associate Professor of strategy and international business at Suffolk University in Boston.Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Previously an adjunct instructor at Florida Atlantic, Mircea Marandici is now a full-time member of the Department of Information Technology and Operations Management (ITOM) at FAU Business. More >Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Previously a visiting instructor, Kenny Leblanc is now a full-time member of the Business Communications Program at the FAU College of Business. More >Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Bill "Patch" Paczkowski -- a former Captain in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps -- joins FAU Business as an instructor in the Department of Management Programs.Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Previously a visiting instructor, Sarah Nielsen is now a full-time member of the Business Communications Program at the FAU College of Business. More >Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Previously a visiting instructor at Florida Atlantic, James "J.B." Ward is now a full-time member of the Hospitality and Tourism Management program at FAU Business. More >Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Mohsen Emadikhiav is a new Assistant Professor in the Department of Information Technology and Operations Management at the FAU College of Business. More >Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Long Liu joins FAU Business as an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics. Prior to arriving at Florida Atlantic, Liu was an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Texas at San Antonio. More >Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Inkyoung Hur is a new Assistant Professor in the Department of Information Technology and Operations Management at FAU Business. More >Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Magno Queiroz joins FAU as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Information Technology and Operations Management at FAU Business. Previously, he taught at Utah State University and at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Australia. More >Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Soyoung Park joins FAU as an Assistant Professor in the Hospitality and Tourism Management Program at the College of Business. More >Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Vernon L. Smith is the George L. Argyros Chair in Finance and Economics and President, International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics at Chapman University. Vernon L. Smith, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2002 “for having established laboratory experiments as a tool in empirical economic analysis, especially in the study of alternative market mechanisms,” has held appointments at Purdue University, Stanford University, Brown University, University of Massachusetts, USC, California Institute of Technology, University of Arizona, University of Alaska-Anchorage, George Mason University, and Chapman University. Professor Smith received his bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from California Institute of Technology (1949), his masters in Economics from the University of Kansas (1951), and his Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard (1955).  He has authored or co-authored over 290 articles and books on capital theory, finance, natural resource economics, experimental economics, and the housing origins of economic instability, 1920-2014. Professor Smith is a Fellow of the Econometric Society, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Purdue University awarded him an Honorary Doctor of Management degree in 1989. Dr. Smith was elected member of the National Academy of Science in 1995. In 1996 he received Cal Tech's Distinguished Alumni Award. He became Kansan of the year (Topeka Gazette) in 2002, received a Distinguished Alumni award from the University of Kansas in 2011 and in 2014 an Honorary Doctor of Science degree. He has served on numerous editorial and editorial advisory boards, and as president of several national economic associations.  He has served as a consultant on the liberalization of electric power in Australia and New Zealand, and has participated in numerous private and public discussions of energy privatization and liberalization in the United States and around the world.Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Robert Lawson, Ph.D., holds the Jerome M. Fullinwider Endowed Centennial Chair in Economic Freedom and is the director of the William J. O'Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom in the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University (SMU).Benjamin Powell, Ph.D., is the director of the Free Market Institute and a professor of economics in the Rawls College of Business Administration at Texas Tech University.Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Siri Terjesen, PhD, joins the Department of Management Programs at FAU as a full professor and Dean's Distinguished Research Fellow. Prior to joining the Florida Atlantic University College of Business, Terjesen held a similar position at American University in Washington D.C. She also has an on-going joint faculty appointment with the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen, Norway. Additionally, while completing her master's degree in economics from the Norwegian School, Terjesen earned the distinction of being a Fulbright Scholar.Terjesen is a prolific scholar whose research has examined various aspects of entrepreneurship and international business.  Her work has been cited more than 8,500 times and she has published more than 65 refereed journal articles as well as several cases and book chapters. Her research has appeared in leading academic journals including the Academy of Management Review, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of World Business, Journal of Management, Journal of Business Ethics, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Small Business Economics, Journal of Operations Management, and many more. She's also a co-author of the 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor's Social Entrepreneurship Report which examines entrepreneurial activity around the world.As a professor, Terjesen has been recognized for her outstanding work in the classroom by both student organizations and national teaching associations.Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Amir Javadinia, Ph.D., is a new assistant professor in the Marketing Department at the Florida Atlantic University College of Business. Professor Javadinia recently earned his Ph.D. in marketing from the University of South Carolina and his research uses big data to investigate issues in marketing strategy, especially at the intersection of marketing and finance. Using data from the automobile industry, Professor Javadinia's research examined the effects of product recalls on firm financial performance and market reactions. He also has work under review that is exploring the impact of marketing efforts on online crowdfunding success.Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Bryan Caplan, Ph.D., is a Senior Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center and a Professor of Economics at George Mason University. He specializes in public economics, public choice theory, psychology in economics, and the economics of the family. Caplan's book, The Myth of the Rational Voter: Why Democracies Choose Bad Policies, was named the best political book of the year (2007) by the New York Times. In his new work, Open Borders: The Science and Ethics of Immigration, Caplan makes a bold case for unrestricted immigration. (Pictured left to right in episode artwork: FAU Business Dean - Dan Gropper, Guest - Bryan Caplan, FAU Asst. Professor - William Luther)Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Milad Baghersad earned his Ph.D. in Business Information Technology from the Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech. Prior to joining Florida Atlantic University, Professor Baghersad was a visiting faculty member at Cleveland State University. His primary research interests include supply chain disruptions and disaster operations management. Professor Baghersad has published papers in top-tier, peer-reviewed journals like Decision Sciences Journal, International Journal of Production Economics, and Transportation Research Part E. Professor Baghersad is joining the Department of Information Technology and Operations Management (ITOM) at FAU Business.Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Lakshman Chandrashekhar earned his Ph.D. from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in 2003. He brings a wealth of experience from having taught all over the world in locales such as China, Finland, France, India and across the United States. Professor Chandrashekhar has also published extensively. He's written three books and more than thirty refereed journal articles. Professor Chandrashekhar is joining the International Business faculty in the Department of Management Programs at the Florida Atlantic University College of Business.Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Mary Anastasia O'Grady writes "The Americas," a weekly column on politics, economics and business in Latin America and Canada that appears every Monday in The Wall Street Journal. Ms. O'Grady joined The Wall Street Journal in August 1995 and became a senior editorial page writer in December 1999. She was appointed an editorial board member in November 2005. She is also a member of the board of directors of the Indianapolis­-based Liberty Fund.In 2012 Ms. O’Grady won the Walter Judd Freedom Award from The Fund for American Studies. In 2009 Ms. O'Grady received the Thomas Jefferson Award from The Association of Private Enterprise Education. In 2005 Ms. O'Grady won the Bastiat Prize for Journalism awarded by the International Policy Network for her articles on the World Bank, the underground economy in Brazil and the bad economic advice the U.S. often gives to Latin American countries. In 1997 Ms. O'Grady won the Inter American Press Association's Daily Gleaner Award for editorial commentary.Ms. O'Grady received a bachelor's degree in English from Assumption College and an M.B.A. in financial management from Pace University.Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Terry L. Anderson has been a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution since 1998 and is currently the John and Jean DeNault Senior Fellow. He is the past president of the Property and Environment Research Center in Bozeman, MT, and a Professor Emeritus at Montana State University where he won many teaching awards during his 25 year career.Dr. Anderson is one of the founders of “free market environmentalism,” the idea of using markets and property rights to help solve environmental problems. In 2015 the third edition of his book by that title was published, co-authored with Don Leal. Terry is author or editor of 39 books, including most recently, Unlocking the Wealth of Indian Nations (2016), exploring the institutional underpinnings of American Indian reservation economies.In addition to publishing books and articles in academic journals, Terry Anderson speaks around the world and is often featured in the popular press, including frequent editorials in the Wall Street Journal. Dr. Anderson received his Ph.D. from the University of Washington in 1972 and has been a visiting scholar at Oxford University, Cornell University, Basel University, Clemson University, and he was a Fulbright Fellow at the University of Canterbury.Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
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