News

Steve Sauerwald

The Significance of Shareholder Dissent

Research by Professor Steve Sauerwald was cited in recent Dutch news about shareholder voting and participatory politics.

Beetstrong

Making the Market for Beet Bars

The BeetStrong team, runners-up from last year’s Startup Challenge, were featured in the latest East Meets West edition of UIC news.

Maija Renko

To Be Young and International

New research from Professor Maija Renko asks whether old disadvantages hold benefits for young firms who internationalize early.

Chirinko

The Trouble with Carrier's Tax Deal

Professor Bob Chirinko spoke to The Washington Post about the implications of the President-elect's deal with Carrier Corporation.

UIC Business Faculty in the News

UIC Business Faculty in the News

Research by UIC Business professors appeared in Barron’s and the Wall Street Journal in articles about clone funds and excessive bank dividends.

Junfeng Wu headshot

Junfeng Wu named Greenleaf Scholar

Junfeng Wu, a PhD student from the UIC Business OBHR program, has been selected as a Greenleaf Scholar by the Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership, which annually sponsors up to five researchers studying servant leadership in organizatio

Nancy Harvey

IES Director Helps Launch Haitian Health Program

Nancy Harvey of the Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies and Janet Lin in emergency medicine partnered on a disaster preparedness program that won a 2015 Seed Grant from the UIC Center for Global Health. Their work was recently profiled in a UIC New

Murphy Dermot

The State Line on Debt

How do Chapter 9 policies in different states affect municipal borrowing costs? Professor Dermot Murphy recently visited the Brookings Institution to discuss the effects of sharing risk between state and local governments.