Six members of the Paul College community were recognized by the UNH Office of Research, Economics Engagement and Outreach at the 2024 Celebration of ... Learn More
Tom Gruen, Neil Niman, and Jennifer Chagnon are authors of a recently accepted article at Marketing Education Review titled: "Developing What Can't be... Learn More
Study shows that the models outperform lay evaluations
Could machine learning models help the public better judge the quality of the health news they consume? Recent research by two Paul College professors... Learn More
Gorkem Turgut (G.T.) Ozer's study recently published in Information Systems Research
This study is the latest in a series that Ozer has worked on examining the societal implications of digital platforms and digitalization. Learn More
Dr. Hachemi “Hach” Aliouche presented his research “The Conundrum of Social Franchise Financing” at the 10th International Conferences on Economics an... Learn More
Michael Kukenberger and researchers aim to gain deeper insights into changes in group membership
Research at the University of New Hampshire is focused on gaining a deeper understanding of the ever-changing nature of teams and their compositions. ... Learn More
Two economics professors (Michael Goldberg and Deniz Ozabaci) and two former PhD students (Olesia Kozlova and Peter Sullivan) publish research that ov... Learn More
Steven C. Michael, Ph.D., has been named the 2023 Rosenberg International Franchise Center | ISoF Eminent Franchising Scholar.  Learn More
A recent study led by a team of scholars from the University of New Hampshire and prominent universities in the People's Republic of China delves into... Learn More
The award-winning 'The Use of Social Media and the Prevalence Of Depression: A Multi-Country Examination of Value Co-Creation and Consumer Well-Being'... Learn More