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Management professors rank among top influential authors
Three Clemson University College of Business professors are among the most influential authors in their respective areas of expertise, according to an analysis of the most frequently cited author/researchers within the business management discipline. Department of Management professors Aleda Roth (supply chain management/organizational research methods), Phil Roth (organizational behavior/human resource management) and Zeki Simsek (strategic […]

Clemson study challenges job experience in hiring decisions
Experience required. It’s a common refrain found on many job postings. But research conducted by a team of researchers, including a College of Business professor at Clemson University, suggests that previous job experience is not all that it’s cracked up to be as a predictor of whether one will succeed in a future job. “The […]

Bill Kettinger fills distinguished IS management professorship
Clemson University’s Department of Management has selected a prominent information systems researcher to fill its William S. Lee Distinguished Professorship in Management. Bill Kettinger, who previously held endowed professorships at the University of Memphis and the University of South Carolina has joined the College of Business for the fall semester. “In Bill Kettinger, we are […]

Business, chemistry and computer engineering professors appointed as newest GHS faculty fellows
Clemson University professors Kristin Scott, Jeff Anker and Goutam Koley have been accepted as the newest Clemson University School of Health Research (CUSHR) and Greenville Health System Faculty Fellows. Faculty Fellows are tenured faculty members who are embedded in a Greenville Health System (GHS) department for a semester and summer to produce health-related research. Through […]

Clemson research shows politics may influence hiring decisions
By many accounts, political divisiveness today has reached an all-time high, which tends to affect fundamental attitudes about health care, immigration and national security, but also hiring decisions, according to researchers in Clemson University’s College of Business.

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