UNH Paul College Jeff Sohl and Joanhong Chen standing at top of Great Hall stiars

UNH Research Finds Angel Investor Behavior Can Be Influenced by Ego

Monday, September 19, 2022
Angel investors—wealthy individuals who provide essential funds for start-ups—often invest under conditions of extreme uncertainty. While their funds can be vital to early-stage ventures, researchers at the University of New Hampshire found that angels’ egos can play a significant role in their investment decisions—the bigger the ego, the larger and more diverse the deal and the lower the number of co-investors. Read More
UNH's Paul College Associate Professor Bruce Pfeiffer sitting on a bench

Financial scarcity and caloric intake: It is not always about motivation

Monday, September 19, 2022
Although prior research has established a cognitive association between perceived financial resources and increased caloric intake, the underlying process is still largely unknown. To date, the psychological influence of financial cues on eating behavior has primarily been explained in terms of goal activation. Read More
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New Published Book: The Economics of Scientific Misconduct

Monday, September 19, 2022
Jim Wible has just published a new book: The Economics of Scientific Misconduct: Fraud, Replication Failure, and Research Ethics in Empirical Inquiry. Read More
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Now anyone can gain Shelf-Confidence!

Friday, September 16, 2022
Tom Gruen and his colleague Daniel Corsten announce the August 2022 publication of their new book titled, "Shelf-Confidence: A Practical Guide to Reducing Out-of-Stocks and Improving Product Availability in Retail." Read More
Associate Professor of strategic management and entrepreneurship Dev Dutta

SME Resilience During a Crisis

Friday, September 16, 2022
Utilizing a qualitative approach grounded in case studies of eight entrepreneurs from India who had to radically change their business models and operations during the COVID-19 pandemic, Dev Dutta and research collaborators Indu Khurana and Amarpreet Singh Ghura developed a multilevel model of resilience capability: at the micro (entrepreneur), meso (organizational), and macro (entrepreneurial ecosystem) levels. Read More
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UNH Paul College faculty represent at 2022 AMA Summer Academic Conference

Wednesday, August 24, 2022
Kudos to Cinthia Satornino, assistant professor of marketing, who co-chaired the recent 2022 AMA Summer Academic Conference that took place virtually and in Chicago. Paul College faculty also were well-represented as speakers and workshop chairs at the conference. Read More
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UNH Paul College Faculty/Deans sessions at AOM meeting 2022

Thursday, July 28, 2022
The 82nd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management is coming up August 5-9 in Seattle, Washington (and virtually). UNH Paul’s faculty and deans are well-represented as presenters in symposia, professional development workshops, and paper sessions. Paul College also is a sponsor of the annual meeting and hosting a breakfast to introduce Lucy Gilson as our new dean. Read More
Paul College faculty who received tenure in 2022

Congratulations to our faculty earning promotion and tenure

Monday, June 27, 2022
A warm congratulations to our faculty colleagues who received promotions this past year Read More
UNH Paul College Associate Professor Shuili Du

Shuili Du's 2007 article on corporate social responsibility won a prestigious international award for long-term impact

Wednesday, June 8, 2022
Shuili Du's coauthored paper, "Reaping relational rewards from corporate social responsibility: the role of competitive positioning," published in 2007 in International Journal of Research in Marketing, won the 2022 EMAC-IJRM Jan-Benedict Steenkamp Award for long-term Impact. Read More
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Congratulations to our Faculty and Staff Award Winners!

Thursday, May 26, 2022
On Tuesday we celebrated some very deserving faculty and staff at Paul College, recognizing them for years of service to the college and our students – and for being outstanding in their careers. We also said some heartfelt goodbyes to pillars of this institution. Read More