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Mauricio Rodriguez Tapped for Insights on Balance Transfer Credit Cards

Mauricio Rodriguez Tapped for Insights on Balance Transfer Credit Cards

TCU Neeley Finance Professor shares advice for navigating credit cards based on balance-transfer appeal with WalletHub.

July 01, 2021

NAI Research Highlights

The Economics Behind Successful Hedge Funds

TCU Assistant Professor of Finance Grant Farnsworth researched how a hedge fund’s inception impacts its overall performance and success.

June 15, 2021

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Ann Bluntzer’s Insight into Laws Impacting Texas Power Grid

Acting Director of the TCU Energy Institute comments on new Texas legislation affecting the state’s power grid for Spectrum News 1.

June 15, 2021


Why New Corporate Practices Stall

Corporate governance resists untested ideas, and TCU Neeley Associate Professor of Strategy Ryan Krause identified why these innovations fall by the wayside.

June 08, 2021

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Where to Set the Bar: Tyson Browning on Risk and Rewards in Projects

TCU Neeley Professor of Operations Management Tyson Browning returns to his alma mater, MIT, to discuss his research on evaluating and accounting for a project’s uncertainties and value.

May 10, 2021

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A Method to the Madness

TCU Assistant Professor of Marketing Gretchen Ross’ new research explores how organization influences downsizing.

May 03, 2021

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Mark Houston’s Research to Be Published in Journal of Marketing

The TCU Neeley marketing professor’s study is the first to analyze an issue that digital service-based companies face.

April 28, 2021

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Thomas Allison Shares Insights on the Most and Least Innovative States

“In many industries, investments in innovation have slowed during the pandemic due to the initial uncertainty causing businesses to halt capital investment. In other industries, investment has increased to require fewer in-person workers.”

April 22, 2021

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TCU Finance Professors’ Study Reveals COVID Business Trade-Off

A group of TCU Neeley finance professors researched how business leader ideologies could influence stock returns and the pandemic.

April 09, 2021

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Employee Small Talk Is More Powerful than You Think

Whether in the break room or on a virtual call, office chit-chat builds culture and collaboration, according to research by Patrick Downes, assistant professor of management and leadership.

April 01, 2021