The College of Business and Economics (CBE) has a talented team of faculty, administrators and staff dedicated to furthering the College's vision for excellence in research. Our internationally-educated faculty experts conduct basic, applied and instructional research at the frontiers of business and management theories, practices and education.
Research areas of the faculty in the CBE include, but are not limited to, financial reporting and standards, management accounting, organizational performance, accounting education, innovation and creativity, entrepreneurship, human resource management, electronic commerce, logistics, supply chain management, operations research, employment equity, customer relationships, consumer behavior, electronic learning, econometrics, energy economics, monetary economics, international trade, corporate finance, Islamic finance, risk management, banking and financial regulations, times series analysis, forecasting, survey sampling, nonparametric statistics, distribution theory and applied statistics. Results of faculty research projects are published in the world’s leading academic and practitioner journals and used by academic scholars and business and organizational leaders.
CBE faculty often pursue research projects with the assistance and collaboration of undergraduate or graduate students. These projects may result in students gaining practical experience by presenting their findings at conferences or in other professional settings or by helping to create and publish written manuscripts in academic journals or trade publications.