Poster session features research funded by Walker College Dean's Club

Thirteen Walker College of Business professors presented recent research during a Dean's Club research poster session on October 27.

The posters featured research from Economics Professors Todd CherryPete GroothuisTanga MohrDavid DickinsonDave McEvoyJohn Whitehead and Ash Morgan; Management Professors Dan HsuBetty CoffeyRichard Pouder; and Marketing Profssors Pia AlbinssonDavid Shows, and Mike Dotson.

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Poster Title


How Earned vs Windfall Wealth Affects the Willingness to Commit FraudTodd Cherry, Johan Birkelund 
Family Connections in Motorsports: The Case of Formula OnePete Groothuis, Craig Depken II, Kurt Rotthoff
Global Experimental Asset Markets: Time-of-day mattersDavid L. Dickinson, Ananish Chaudhuri, Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy
Enforcing Compliance with Environmental Agreements in the Absence of Strong InstitutionsDave McEvoy, Todd Cherry
Willingness to Pay for Soccer Player Development in the USJohn Whitehead, Ash Morgan, Matt Drake
The Regulatory Fit of Serial Entrepreneurship IntentionsD.K. Hsu, S. A. Simmons, J.C. Carr, C. Shu
Perspectives on Universal Health Insurance and Traditional Medicine: The Case of TaiwanBetty S. Coffey, Richard W. Pouder, Charles Chuang, David R. Williams
Sustainable Consumption Through CO2 LabelingPia Albinsson, Suzanne Conner
The Restorative Effects of Unplugged Leisure TimePia Albinsson, G. David Shows, Tatyana Ruseva and Diane Waryold
The Use of Promotional Tools in the Motor Carrier Industry: An UpdateMike Dotson, Larry Garber
Water Conservation in Western North CarolinaPete Groothuis, Tanga Mohr, Kristan Cockerill

The research for the posters was funded in part by the Walker College's Dean's Club. The Dean's Club is an annual giving society designed to benefit our students and faculty while enhancing our academic programs.

Contributions from Dean's Club members provide unrestricted support each year for critical needs in the college such as: student scholarships, travel funds for faculty and students to attend course-related conferences and/or visits to corporations, seed money for new programs or opportunities within the college, and resources to bring guest lecturers, such as leaders in business and government, to the classroom.

Learn more about the Dean's Club.

October 27 Dean's Club Research Poster Session collage
Published: Oct 31, 2016 12:00am