Recognitions/Publications

Jennifer Griffith

Associate Professor Jennifer Griffith named first Morrison Diversity Fellow for Paul College

Thursday, January 13, 2022
With the support of the generous gift of Wayne and Nancy Morrison, Paul's first Diversity Fellow has been named. Read More
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Can a pandemic come with a silver lining?

Friday, December 10, 2021
The International Small Business Journal just accepted a paper on entrepreneurship during the COVID crisis and the intriguing concept of arbitrage or temporary opportunities by Associate Professor Dev Dutta and coauthors. He was also recently inducted as a 2021 Babson Fellow for Entrepreneurship Research. Read More
UNH Paul College Assistant Professor of Economics Jay Horvath

Unemployment behaves differently in emerging economies

Wednesday, December 8, 2021
In their newly published article forthcoming in European Economic Review (A*), Jay Horvath and Guanyi Yang (Colorado College) document that despite the typically more pronounced macroeconomic fluctuations in emerging economies, the unemployment rate is surprisingly less volatile and less countercyclical than in advanced economies. Read More
UNH Paul College Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior Jennifer Griffith

How leaders think about COVID impacts infection rates

Wednesday, December 1, 2021
Along with her coauthors, Jennifer Griffith's newly accepted manuscript, Leader sensemaking style in response to crisis: Consequences and insights from the COVID-19 pandemic", argues how leaders interpret problems matters a lot, in this case with respect to COVID infection rates. Read More
UNH Paul College Associate Professor Jun Li headshot

Complementary top managers lead to higher post-IPO performance in the U.S. biotechnology IPO firms

Tuesday, November 30, 2021
Associate Professor Jun Li's sole-authored research on top management team functional complementarity and post-IPO firm performance has recently been accepted for publication at Long Range Planning, a leading international journal for the field of strategic management ("A" on the ABDC list). Read More
UNH Paul College Rines Angel Fund's Aidan Kittredge Jeffrey Sohl, Kelsie Dawe

UNH Paul College Creates Pipeline of Women Venture Capitalists

Monday, November 15, 2021
How can universities help address the underrepresentation of women as venture capital decision-makers? Forbes writer Geri Stengel recently penned a column highlighting UNH Paul College’s Mel Rines ’47 Student Angel Investment Fund that is cultivating women leaders in this space. Read More
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UNH Research Center Releases 2021 Global Social Franchise Index

Tuesday, November 9, 2021
The Global Social Franchise Index, an annual index developed by Paul College's Rosenberg International Franchise Center (RIFC), ranks 131 countries according to the impacts social entrepreneurship and social franchising can have on the well-being of their populations. Read More
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Ludwig Bstieler joins PDMA Board of Directors

Monday, October 25, 2021
The Product Development and Management Association (PDMA) recently elected four new members to the organization’s Board of Directors at a time when PDMA is growing rapidly. Read More
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What drives sustainability focus in firm innovation?

Thursday, September 30, 2021
Shuili Du, Ludwig Bstieler, and Goksel Yalcinkaya's paper on Sustainability-focused innovation in the business-to-business context: Antecedents and managerial implications is forthcoming in the January 2022 Journal of Business Research. Read More
Danielle Brick

Deciding Together Makes You Happier and Feel More Powerful

Tuesday, September 21, 2021
Danielle Brick's recent research suggests that making consumer decisions with a relationship partner, even ones as small as which laundry detergent to buy, can increase perceptions of power in the relationship, which in turn can lead to positive outcomes such as increased satisfaction. Read More