Moving Mobility Forward: Telo Brings Idea to Reality
Thanks to its generous donors, the Carlson School of Management set a new Give to the Max Day record for the school, raising more than $1 million in just 24 hours.
Susanna Gibbons, the managing director of the Carlson Funds Enterprise, was among the University of Minnesota delegation that attended COP26. She shares her takeaways from the conference.
A renewed emphasis on leadership development highlights a redesigned curriculum for the Carlson School’s Executive MBA (CEMBA) program.
Minneapolis-based ECMC Group, in partnership with the Gary S. Holmes Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management, announced that it is providing $75,000 for the further development of Tablmakr, a mentoring technology platform that connects students and mentors.
Kartik Ganju and Teng Ye, both assistant professors, joined the Carlson School’s Information and Decision Sciences Department. Each brings expertise for using data to help address societal issues.
Conflict has long been thought to occur on a team level. A paper co-authored by Carlson School of Management Associate Professor Pri Shah suggests answers lie at different levels.
Associate Dean Joel Waldfogel used the book industry to explore how pre-purchase information affects consumer book-buying.
New research from Assistant Professor Juliana Salomao, titled “Exchange Rate Exposure and Firm Dynamics,” explores which types of firms choose to borrow in a foreign currency and which elect to do so in a local currency.
Professor Joe Redden's latest research aimed to identify features to include in online grocery stores to support healthful food purchasing by those striving to lose weight.
Many brick-and-mortar retailers have adapted an omnichannel retailing approach. Done correctly, omnichannel strategies can be powerful competitive tools. But as new research from Carlson School Assistant Professor Necati Ertekin points out, they can also present retailers with a host of implementation challenges.
Carlson School Associate Professor of Accounting Vivian Fang examines the long-term effects of vesting equity.
In two recent research papers, Gupta, the Curtis L. Carlson Chair in Information Management and the Carlson School’s Senior Associate Dean of Faculty and Research, tested how humans and machines work together. His findings regarding artificial intelligence (AI) demonstrate why humans shouldn’t rely too much on machines for making decisions.