Eli Broad College of Business
Faculty & Research
The faculty of the Broad College of Business are award-winning teachers and researchers, editors and reviewers of top journals, and former executives applying workplace lessons in the classroom.
They devote themselves to expanding their fields’ understanding around the world – and their students’ understanding in the classroom. Their efforts combine in numerous research centers targeting specific topics for focused inquiry and in experiential labs that provide real-world opportunities for students.
In their research and scholarship, they find more efficient and effective ways to make business happen.
A team of researchers led by management Professor John Hollenbeck is conducting one of the first major studies on how teams work together.
Global Value Chain
Professors from Broad’s top-ranked supply chain management department are leading a research project that will redefine the future of global supply chain management.
Derivatives & Value
Awarding-winning research by finance Professor Hayong Yun finds that hedging can increase firm value.
“The Effects of Standardization and Trust on Franchisee’s Performance and Satisfaction: a Study on Franchise Systems in the Growth Stage,” Journal of Small Business Management.
“Goal Orientation and Preparation Process in Online Reverse Auctions: a Comparative Investigation Taking a Transaction Cost Economics Lens,” Transportation Journal.
“The Effects of Cross-Functional Integration on Profitability, Process Efficiency, and Asset Productivity,” International Journal of Business Logistics.
“Supply Chain Interdiction as a Competitive Weapon,” Transportation Journal.
“Risky Business: The Prosopography of Corporate Tax Planning,” National Tax Journal.
“Empirical Determinants of Intertemporal Choice” Journal of Financial Economics.
“Organizational Research as Practical Theology,” Organizational Research Methods.