Research & Opinion
A recent column in the Wall Street Journal uses research coauthored by Andrew Henderson, associate professor of management. Excerpt: When it comes to cheering CEOs, booing them or throwing them in jail, a consideration that ought to be nagging is whether we're reacting to luck or design.
Bayesian statistics is not, perhaps, the most accessible field of study, but Robert McCulloch, a professor of Information, Risk, and Operations Management at McCombs, opened up this important topic at a Faculty Research Presentation Oct. 20. McCulloch, an internationally renowned statistician, illustrated how he uses BART (no relation to the Simpsons), a computer system that can analyze data to find the relationships between variables.
There are contrasting value systems at play in the universally beneficial development of the world wide web and the skewed financial reward structure that rules the markets. The Internet has turned 40.
McCombs School of Business Dean Tom Gilligan hosts a panel of distinguished professors from across The University of Texas at Austin on April 28 to discuss the policy decisions President Barack Obama has made to help ease the current recession.
The McCombs School of Business is 10th worldwide in research productivity among business schools, according to a survey from the UT Dallas School of Management.