School of Business
The Numbers on Connecticut’s Newest Crop: Hemp
April 2, 2020
A new report provides the first overall look at the financial realities of Connecticut’s newly legal hemp farming industry.
Q&A: Coronavirus and Connecticut Taxes
April 2, 2020
UConn School of Law Prof. Richard Pomp provides some insight on how the coronavirus pandemic might affect Connecticut’s state and local revenues (hint: it’s not a pretty picture).
Professors: Pandemic Creates ‘Watershed Moment’ for Telecommuting
March 23, 2020
UConn School of Business experts offer insight and advice on telecommuting as remote work experiences a pandemic-caused upsurge.
For UConn’s Lucy Gilson, Business and Research Are a Natural Fit
March 18, 2020
UConn’s Lucy Gilson says the School of Business is doing vital research, and wants the world to know it.
Q&A: Detecting and Preventing Corporate Tax Loopholes
March 17, 2020
UConn’s Frank Murphy wants to help governments make better tax policies.
Q&A: Keeping an Eye on the Gatekeepers of Retirement Funds
March 12, 2020
UConn School of Business professor Jose Vicente Martinez wants to understand how people save for retirement – and how it can be done better.
COVID-19 and Business: UConn Experts Offer Perspective
March 11, 2020
Experts from the UConn School of Business weigh in on COVID-19’s potential effects on the economy.
Q & A: Professor Champions Businesses as Emerging Tech Disrupts Status Quo
March 3, 2020
Emerging technology may be disruptive, but can be an opportunity for businesses.
Professor Champions Businesses as Emerging Tech Disrupts Status Quo
February 24, 2020
As technology evolves (almost daily!), Professor Shu He of OPIM’s goal is to help companies and other researchers understand the changes. We talked to her about what interests her the most in this ever-changing landscape.
Q&A: UConn Researcher Explains How Toxic Bosses Damage the Workplace
February 19, 2020
Bad bosses can make an entire workplace suffer, says School of Business researcher Kyoungjo “Jo” Oh.