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Aiding corporate social responsibility
The new IU Business Sustainability and Innovation Lab at IUPUI seeks to help Midwest companies better understand the business case for sustainability.
Read about the new lab
Improving the U.S. medical supply chain
The U.S. depends on critical drugs and devices that are sourced or manufactured outside of the country. Kelley School of Business Professor George Ball is studying the security of the U.S. medical product supply chain, as part of a committee established by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine.Read more about the work
Taking the leap to start an organization
The Kelley School of Business ROI podcast is intended to help organizations make better business decisions. Listen to an episode on how IU's Jon Racek made the leap to start Play360, an organization that transforms education through playgrounds.
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Supply chain issues will make gift cards likely alternatives for presents, according to John Talbott in the IU Kelley School of Business.
Kelley School researchers said this may be because the blame can fall to the former CEO.
A new study found the time of day -- and whether you're a morning or evening person -- can influence investment decisions.
The scholars have been building a community among organizations and students engaged in innovation and entrepreneurship for five years.
Kelley School study finds that students may overestimate short-term costs of tuition and underestimate long-term financial returns.