Dr. Lillie Hibller-Britt will be presenting her paper titled "Critical Success Factors of Black Financial Advisors in the Brokerage Industry."
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SAS made some great new friends this year at the Academy of Management conference in Vancouver (over 15,000 delegates). SAS and UOPX is the official Silver Sponsor.
Are you curious about what it's like to be a member of the Center for Global Business Research? Watch this 5-minute video featuring Chair Fiona Sussan, Ph.D., to learn more.
Dr. Louis Dailypresented the co-authored article “The Discrete Emotions Controversy in Psychology and Relevance To Consumer Research”
Professor Sussan delivered a keynote speech titled “Creative Economy Seek Opportunity and Lean-in Asia” to the first ASEAN-KOREA forum attended by leading academics and industry leaders.
Dr. Lillie Hibbler-Britt presented her research project titled "Small Business Success and Social Capital: A Multi-Cultural Approach" at Global Business and Finance Conference in Jan 2015 in Las Vegas.
"ARE ENTREPRENEURIAL COUNTRIES GOOD, HAPPY, AND HEALTHY FOR ENTREPRENEURS?", was recently listed on SSRN's Top Ten download list for:
ERPN: Attitudes & Emotions (Sub-Topic),
ERPN: Individuals (Topic),
ERPN: Other Labor Economics (Sub-Topic),
ERPN: Other Societies (Sub-Topic),
ERPN: Societies (Topic),
Entrepreneurship & the Social Sciences eJournal and SRPN: Enterprise (Topic).
ERPN: Labor Economics (Topic) Top Ten, and
Sustainability at Work eJournal Top Ten.
Pilar Abreu dissertation titled "One Size does not Fit All: Bilingual Training and Effectiveness in Healthcare Translation" has been accepted for presentation at "Cross-cultural conuseling and education conference for research, action, and change".
The relationship between entrepreneurship and well-being at the individual level is not the same as the relationship between the two at the country level. This paper argues that external intangible macro-environment stimuli (happiness, humanity efforts, healthiness) at the country level are as relevant to the study of entrepreneurial activities as the tangible macro-environmental factors or internal cognitive reasons for these activities.