Boler College of Business attracts top scholars who hold the highest degrees and certifications in their fields. Click below to see, hear, read more about their research activity and deep connections to the business community—here in Northeast Ohio and across the globe.
Is the Triple Bottom Line a Strategic Priority in U.S. Businesses?
Boler College supply chain professor Sebastian Brockhaus and his coauthors question what it means to be sustainable company. What company characteristics actually make it sustainably sustainable?
Leading in the Classroom
As part of Boler College’s ongoing effort to advance students’ data skills (JCU’s Analytics Edge) , Boler accountancy professor Mariah Webinger and coauthors wrote a case study to develop students’ analytical competencies.
Encouraging Leadership Practice in Leadership Education
Scott Allen and coauthors examine how medical schools and military officer training incorporate adult learner theories in their approach to teaching leadership.
Advice to Management: Improve Employee Offboarding through Relationship Building
A record 4.4 million Americans left their jobs in September in 2021, accelerating a trend that became known as the Great Resignation.
Can Stock Market Concentration Hinder an Economy’s Performance?
Boler College Assistant Professor of Finance Jisok Kang, and coauthors examine this phenomenon.
Who Says Opposites Attract?
The Accounting Review - Volume 94: Issue 2
Research shows that company's prefer audit partners with similar characteristics.
Misfits and the Three R’s of Fitting in, or Not
Journal of Applied Psychology - Volume 104: Issue 3
Do you fit in at work? How to know and what to do.
In Accountants We (Mis)Trust
Journal of Business Ethics - Volume 152: Issue 2
Is the Sarbanes–Oxley Act (SOX) working?
Do Stock Splits Share The Wealth For All?
Journal of Accounting and Economics - Volume 60: Issue 1
Stock splits and how they effect stockholders and management.