John Kindt, professor emeritus of business administration, relates the insights of the The US National Gambling Impact Study Commission.
Yearly Archives: 2012
John Kindt, professor of business administration, argues Illinois needs to collect money from gambling interests before attacking benefits owed to public servants.
John Kindt, professor emeritus of business administration, says a new bill legalizing online poker would be a boon to terrorist networks and organized crime syndicates.
Jeffrey Brown, professor of finance, addresses research that suggests favorable tax treatment of retirement plans is not increasing individual savings as intended.
Avijit Ghosh, professor of business administration, explains a proposal that he and Finance Professor Jeffrey Brown recently authored. The proposal would change how the State Universities Retirement System operates.
Michael Donohoe’s paper,
Norma Scagnoli, director of eLearning, contributes her online learning expertise to an important topic covered in an Educase publication. (Title link is found under Publications)
Norma Scagnoli, eLearning director, explains a difficult part of implementing a blended learning model. (Pages 18-21)
This editorial delves into the future for incentivised whistleblowing, citing influential work by Flora Zhou and Clara Chen, both assistant professors of accountancy, and an accountancy student.
Martin G.H. Wu, associate professor of accountancy, says the auditing market is saturated.