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Alum Lars Peter Hansen Named 2013 Nobel Economics Laureate


Lars Peter Hansen was awarded a Nobel Prize.

Utah State University alum Lars Peter Hansen is one of three Americans named as a recipient of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Economics.

Dr. Hansen and Eugene Fama, both of the University of Chicago, along with Robert Shiller of Yale University, were awarded for their g…

 

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Huntsman IMA Chapter Takes Several First-Place Awards


President Mike Bills describes IMA work.

The Institute of Management Accountants has given the Huntsman IMA chapter its Gold Award of Excellence and its Outstanding Student Chapter Award. The chapter also took first in the Strategic Plan, Program & Activities, and Communications categories.

President Mike…

 

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Dr. Ferguson: Self-Diagnosing Bad Supervision Practices


Dr. Ferguson studies workplace issues.

Some of Assistant Professor Merideth Ferguson’s research focuses on how bad management can negatively impact the workplace and home. Could you be a bad supervisor? In this interview Dr. Ferguson describes three signs she has identified that may show trouble is afoot.

 

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Max Brown to Head Leadership Education at Shingo Institute


Max Brown believes in lasting leadership changes.

Max Brown is the new director of leadership and executive education at the Shingo Institute. Here, he talks about the Shingo Institute’s efforts to assist organizations in implementing sustainable leadership changes that will lead to increased productivity.

 

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Jay Price Retires After a 25-Year Second Career


Jay Price has retired after 25 years of service.

The “Price Is Right” coffee mug Jay Price used to keep on his desk is gone. His office is empty.

After working for 25 years for the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business, Dr. Price has officially retired - again. Many people think that Jay Price donated his time to…