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Researchers: Firms Should Reconsider Value of Government Contracts
Conventional wisdom suggests that companies contracting with the government enjoy long-lasting financial windfalls, but new research published in the Journal of Business Logistics suggests the arrangement is not as valuable as many firms might think.
Florida SBDC at FAU Receives International Program Excellence Award
The Florida Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Florida Atlantic University recently received the prestigious “NASBITE International 2023 Program Excellence Award” for helping to develop and promote international trade. The purpose of this award is to recognize innovation and excellence in international trade instruction, curriculum development, research, program development, and/or advocacy of international business issues.
FAU’s Ken Johnson, Ph.D., Honored for Housing Market Indices
Ken. H. Johnson, Ph.D., associate dean in Florida Atlantic University’s College of Business, has been selected as the 2023 winner of the Ratcliff Award by the American Real Estate Society (ARES).
Study: Retail Workers Struggling With Deviant Customers
Labor shortages and fiscal pressure have forced new responsibilities on retail workers, many of whom become indifferent or leave because they lack the training or desire to police problem customers, according to researchers at Florida Atlantic University and three other schools.
Could Changes in Fed’s Interest Rates Affect the Environment?
Can monetary policy such as the United States Federal Reserve raising interest rates affect the environment? According to a new study by Florida Atlantic University’s College of Business, it can.