Studies examine the effects of minimum wage hikes and The 606 trail.
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Obama-style data analysis, lack of self-awareness and damage to team productivity and shareholder activism are the topics of the latest cutting-edge research and book releases from DePaul faculty.
When DePaul Marketing Professor Al Muñiz completed his dissertation in 1998, he didn’t foresee that his research would pioneer a new way of thinking about brands.
Why Do We Buy What We Buy? Why will you buy a T-shirt for $29.99, but not $30? Who buys the bizarre items—for example, a replica of Gandalf’s staff from “Lord […]
A Supportive Work Culture Helps Women “Lean In” Research co-authored by Assistant Professor of Management Alyssa Westring offers new insights into the debate sparked by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s best-selling […]