Business and Economics - Presentations
Department of Business and Economics

Department of Business and Economics

Presentations


Nov. 29, 2017

Body-Worn Camera Implementation at a Midsize Upstate New York Law Enforcement Agency: An Erosion of Trust on Trial


Author(s): Kyung-Seok Choo (principal investigator), James C. Brown (co-investigator), Caitlin A. Hopkins (research assistant)

September 29, 2017

The USPIS Security Clearance Project: Predicting Criminal Activity Risk Among Job Applicants


Presenter: Prof. Rebovich & Kristy Allen

April 12, 2017

From Atlanta to Rio: How We Analyze Olympic Television.


Presenter: Paul MacArthur

March 8, 2017

Student-centered learning: moving towards mass-customization in higher education"


Presenter: Herb Rau

November 16, 2016

Student Engagement: A Predictor of Success in Graduate Business Education?


Presenter: S. Nesbitt, M. Marmet, T. Balduzzi, and R. Fenner

April 20, 2016

Financial Exploitation of the Elderly: An Examination of Characteristics of Fraudsters and How They “Con” Their Victims


Presenter: Dr. Don Rebovich

March 30, 2016

The effects of devaluation on trade balance: Evidence from Turkey


Presenter: Dr. Mehmet Sencicek

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