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  • Chong Xiang on Exports and Health

    Professor Chong Xiang discusses his research on Exports and Health.

  • Where Now?

    If there is one thing certain about U.S. policy in these turbulent times, it is uncertainty. According to research by Huseyin Gulen, a professor of finance at Purdue’s Krannert School of Management, the impact on corporate investment is particularly negative,both from a short- and long-term perspective.

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  • Bankruptcy Law and Firm Investment

    Video by Joe Mazur for the Purdue Research Center in Economics

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nqZwpXc-vF4&feature=youtu.be

  • PURCE Rendering

    Centered on Economics

    The Purdue University Research Center in Economics (PURCE), a fast-growing initiative in need of space, will soon have a new home in the Krannert School of Management to conduct empirical research in economics focused on the role of incentives and markets in public policy.

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  • Krannert economists link higher work demand to potentially serious health risks

    Employees under prolonged workplace pressures face serious consequences to their health, according to a working paper issued by the National Bureau for Economic Research coauthored by Krannert professors David Hummels and Chong Xiang.

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  • Higher Performance

    Balancing the need to provide an affordable, accessible education with a commitment to transforming students’ lives and preparing them for the future is an ongoing challenge in higher education. New research from economists at Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management finds that task-based goal setting can help on both fronts as a low-cost and logistically simple approach to improving students’ course performance.

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  • Shot Stopper

    As gun violence continues to escalate nationwide, research coauthored by Krannert economics professor Jillian Carr takes aim at widely enforced juvenile curfew laws that are intended to reduce crime but may actually increase it.

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  • Following Instincts

    The obvious strategy for a clothing retailer is to have as much product on the sales floor as possible to yield high sales. For women, however, that turns out to be a counterproductive strategy, says Purdue researcher Karthik Kannan, a professor of management information systems.

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  • Killer Jobs

    It may seem obvious to those who suffer the most, but a working paper issued by the National Bureau of Economic Research by Krannert economics professors Chong Xiang and David Hummels provides confirmation: Employees under prolonged workplace pressures face serious consequences to their health.

    Full story: Killer Jobs

  • On the Clock

    We not only live in a 24-7 world, but also work in one. From health care and manufacturing to retailing and information technology, someone is on the clock every hour of every day. Research by Purdue’s Ellen Ernst Kossek examines how that presents a growing challenge for employees, employers and those whose manage the work schedules of others.

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  • In the Queue

    We’ve all been there — stuck in line at a bank, retail store, service center or event. Although numerous studies suggest that single queue lines are faster, new research coauthored by Krannert operations and economics professor Yaroslav Rosokha finds that servers work more slowly in a single queue than when they each have their own queue.

    Full story: In the Queue

  • Hedging Bets

    Ideally, hedge fund managers would maximize returns for their investors. In practice, however, portfolio managers are likely to take excessive levels of risk to boost their own paycheck, indicates new research from Chengdong Yin and Xiaoyan Zhang from Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management.

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  • Working Best

    Countless business publications across the globe rank the “Best Places to Work” on an annual basis, but how does this relate to key human capital outcomes? A recent study coauthored by Purdue's Brian Dineen, an associate professor of organizational behavior and human resources at the Krannert School, finds that companies who receive such awards have an easier task of retaining staff.

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  • Computer scoring for personnel selection

    Mike Campion discusses computer scoring of candidate essays for personnel selection

  • Alumna Carolyn Woo introduces expert panel discussion led by Purdue President Mitch Daniels on looming global food shortage

    With the world population on pace to hit 9.7 billion by 2050, there is increasing concern about our ability to produce enough food to feed people around the globe. The expanding food crisis - and what can be done about it - was the focus of “Food Security: Feeding the World in 2050,” a fireside chat presented by Purdue University President Mitch Daniels with introductions by Krannert alumna Carolyn Woo, Distinguished President’s Fellow for Global Development and former CEO of Catholic Relief Services.

    Full story: Alumna Carolyn Woo introduces expert panel discussion led by Purdue President Mitch Daniels on looming global food shortage

  • 2017 Midwest Summit, involving several universities, to help students interested in graduate and professional studies
    More than 20 percent of students graduating from Purdue University each year continue their education at an advanced level by enrolling in a graduate or professional school. Searching for the right fit can be daunting. Thinking about college choices and funding can be overwhelming. Beginning this fall, the Purdue Graduate School intends to make this process much easier through the Midwest Graduate and Professional School Summit, a one-day graduate school exposition, to be held on Nov. 11 in Stewart Center.
  • 23 veterans to participate in annual Krannert Entrepreneurship Bootcamp
    Veterans from across the Midwest and country will participate Oct. 27-Nov. 4 in Purdue Krannert’s Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV). The program is free to veterans and offers experiential training in entrepreneurship and small business management to post-9/11 soldiers, sailors, aviators, and marines with disabilities resulting from their service to our country.
  • Thanks to all who’ve supported us during Ever True: The Campaign for Purdue University!
    We are Purdue. What we make moves the world forward. Thank you to the 173,361 donors who’ve participated in Ever True: The Campaign for Purdue University. To date and together, we’ve raised $1.586B to boldly advance our University as a national and global leader.
  • Krannert’s Dauch Center holds 30th annual manufacturing conference
    Multiple leaders of the business world came together to speak on September 29 at the 30th annual fall conference of the Dauch Center for the Management of Manufacturing Enterprises (DCMME). The conference, titled “The Future of Manufacturing,” was held at the Purdue Memorial Union. DCMME has been a focal point within the Krannert School throughout many years for promoting education, research and industrial engagement, manufacturing management and supply chain management. The center is celebrating its 30th anniversary.
  • Researchers find that augmented reality apps cause restaurant profits to rocket
    Augmented reality apps increase the profits of restaurants in gaming hotspots, according to research from Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management and McGill University. The study examined online restaurant reviews, a recognized indicator of performance and sales, before and after the release of Pokémon Go in Houston, Texas, in 2016. Researchers Karthik Kannan, the Thomas Howatt Chaired Professor of Management, Krannert PhD student Vandith Pamuru and Warut Khern-am-nuai, assistant professor of information systems at McGill, found that close proximity to PokéStops — where you can catch Pokémon — increased average customer numbers at all restaurants despite differing menu costs.
  • Founder and CEO of Girls Who Code speaks at Purdue
    Reshma Saujani, founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, a national nonprofit organization working to prepare young women for jobs of the future, gave a lecture Oct. 3 at Loeb Playhouse in Stewart Center. The presentation, titled "Closing the Gender Gap in Technology," was part of the Purdue Series on Corporate Citizenship and Ethics and presented by the Krannert School of Management, College of Education's James F. Ackerman Center for Democratic Citizenship and the College of Science.
  • Research coauthored by Krannert econ prof Jillian Carr examines the effects of nutritional aid disbursements on crime
    Before February 2010, Illinois delivered food stamps under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) on the first day of every month. Then the state decided to spread distribution more evenly throughout the month. The decision had two main benefits.Stores weren't hit with massive crowds all at once, and SNAP officials weren't burdened with a large workload. New research suggests that there could be an additional advantage of the change: a reduction in grocery store thefts.
  • Trio of pioneering Purdue alumnae honored at Krannert Leadership Speakers Series
    A panel of pioneering Purdue alumnae and businesswomen keynoted the Krannert School of Management’s 17th annual Leadership Speakers Series on Sept. 28 at the Indiana Roof Ballroom in Indianapolis. Beth Brooke-Marciniak, vice chair of public policy at Ernst and Young, Maria Crowe, president of Manufacturing Operations at Eli Lilly and Co., and Carolyn Woo, retired president and CEO of Catholic Relief Services, engaged in “A Conversation on Leadership” moderated by Gerry Dick, president and managing editorof Grow INdiana Media Ventures and host of “Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick.”
  • Prof. Mohammad Rahman discusses "Data, Creepiness, and Convenience” at Dawn or Doom ’17 conference
    We are not far from the days when our intelligent cars will become an essential component of the personal assistance ecosystem. The data collected by our cars would be a treasure trove to get insights into a passenger’s mood during the trip. More importantly, a judicious and incentive preserving sharing scheme of such data between the car and other service providers would lead to valuable and convenient personalized products for the consumers. The question is how do we get all of these done and not be creepy?
  • Purdue World provides Mandela Fellows with social entrepreneurship skills to solve challenges facing African nations
    A group of 25 young African leaders learned about how to use social entrepreneurship to try to solve challenges their nations face during a six-week intensive executive-style leadership training program at Purdue University and Purdue Foundry with support from the Krannert School of Management.
  • Purdue ranked 5th best public university in U.S.
    Purdue ranks fifth among public institutions in the United States, based on a survey released Sept. 26 by The Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education. The rankings focus on performance indicators for student success and learning.
  • Krannert PhD student named a 2016 ISBM Doctoral Support Awards Competition winner
    Krannert doctoral candidate Wanqing Zhang was among the winners of the 26th annual Institute for the Study of Business Markets (ISBM) Doctoral Support Award Competition, which is sponsored by the Smeal College of Business at Penn State.
  • Newly launched philanthropic component to Back a Boiler already impacting Purdue students
    The Pave the Way program, which launched this fall as a philanthropic component to complement Purdue’s Back a Boiler income share agreement initiative, has already impacted seven undergraduate students. “Receiving funding from the new Pave the Way program allows me to keep pursuing my dreams toward the career I want,” said Amy Wroblewski, a senior studying management and strategy and organizational management from Lafayette, Indiana. “After graduation, I hope to pay it forward by donating to Purdue to help future Boilermakers pursue their career aspirations.”
  • WeConnect conference leads off Women Lead week at Purdue's Krannert School
    A Sept. 24-25 conference co-sponsored by the Purdue University College of Science and the Krannert School of Management will serve as the opening event for Krannert’s Women Lead Week. WeConnect will bring together female business leaders, technologists, scientists and thinkers to share insights and discuss strategies for leading and engaging the future workforce. This interactive and thought-provoking event will allow attendees the opportunity to refine their leadership toolkits to prepare for the future.
  • Retired Army major seeks to help veterans get jobs, become business owners through startup
    A retired U.S. Army major and former Purdue University professor has started a company aimed at helping veterans by offering them jobs and business opportunities in a building he plans to construct in the heart of West Lafayette. Retired Army Maj. Gene Richards, who took part in Krannert's Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) said he started Modern Freedom Lifestyle LLC as a socially responsible company that will give veterans a chance to be part owners in some of the businesses included in the mixed-use building, which will be anchored by a boutique hotel and apartments aimed at college students.
  • GenderSpeak part of Krannert’s Women Lead Week
    Tammy Hughes will promote understanding between the sexes using humor in a GenderSpeak workshop at 7 p.m. Sept. 27, at Stewart Center’s Fowler Hall as part of the Krannert School of Management’s Women Lead Week. The GenderSpeak workshop helps men and women better understand and appreciate each other's values in order to become more successful together both professionally and personally. Men and women grow up in different cultures. As a result, people learn different lessons about appropriate behaviors. What seems natural to one gender can seem mysterious and baffling to the other.
  • Augmented reality platform could help students discover STEM concepts through interactive experimentation
    Explore! Interactive, a Purdue-related startup, is developing a platform that uses augmented reality to help K-12 students more effectively learn science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM subjects, and increase standardized test scores through an engaging, interactive application. Explore! Interactive was founded by Wesley Virt, a recent graduate from Wabash College. Additional team members include Chris Palermo, a senior in Purdue’s Krannert School of Management, and Zhe Zeng, a graduate student, Sam Rosser, a junior, and Jack Allen, a senior, all in the Purdue Polytechnic Institute.
  • Ananth Iyer, Purdue’s Susan Bulkeley Chair in Operations Management, says labor-supply issues could impact freight app opportunities
    Ananth Iyer, Purdue’s Susan Bulkeley Chair in Operations Management, says shortage of qualified drivers could impact opportunities for Uber Freight and other shipping industry apps
  • Krannert faculty research on hedge fund management highlighted in Institutional Investor
    Researchers from Purdue University's Krannert School of Management and Loyola Marymount University find that funds of hedge funds may actually be pretty good at picking managers, just not good enough to overcome the additional fees they charge.
  • Krannert students create startup to provide coaching, acclimation guidance to Chinese students, visiting parents
    Incoming students from China who are learning about a new culture have a new resource in a Purdue-affiliated and Krannert student startup offering personal coaching services. We-YouBond allows incoming students from China and their parents to sign up for a service that offers one-on-one coaching with an experienced student on topics ranging from study habits to local housing.
  • 2016 Doctoral Support Awards Competition Winner
    Congratulations to Wanqing Zhang one of three winners of the 2016 Doctoral Support Awards Competition run by the Institute for the Study of Business Markets at Penn State University.
  • Krannert director of diversity initiatives among Top 100 emerging leaders
    Diversity MBA, a national leadership organization integrating diversity and inclusion with talent management, has named Purdue’s Darren Henry to its annual list of the Top 100 under 50 emerging and executive leaders with advanced degrees. Henry, who earned his BS in mechanical engineering from Purdue in 2002 and a MBA from the School of Management in 2007, is director of Krannert diversity initiatives and the Dr. Cornell A. Bell Business Opportunity Program (BOP), which celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2018.
  • Diversity MBA recognizes Darren Henry among its 2017 Top 100 under 50 emerging and executive leaders
    Diversity MBA, a national leadership organization integrating diversity and inclusion with talent management, has named Darren Henry to its eleventh annual list of the Top 100 under 50 emerging and executive leaders with advanced degrees. Henry, who earned his BS in mechanical engineering from Purdue in 2002 and a MBA from the School of Management in 2007, is director of Krannert diversity initiatives and the Dr. Cornell A. Bell Business Opportunity Program (BOP), which celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2018.
  • Krannert highlights diversity as host of leadership seminar
    Hundreds of high-achieving, pre-qualified prospective MBA students will come to Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management July 28-30 as part of a pre-MBA prep seminar designed for African-Americans, Latinos and Native Americans. Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) organizes the Pre-Application Seminar annually as part of its MBA Prep Program. MLT is a nonprofit dedicated to equipping underrepresented minority students with the skills, coaching and connections needed to lead organizations and communities worldwide.
  • Faculty research examines negative impact of economic policy uncertainty
    If there is one thing certain about U.S. policy in turbulent times, it is uncertainty. From health-care and tax reform to trade and the environment, the economic consequences of stalled policymaking have significant economic implications. According to research by Huseyin Gulen, a professor of finance at Purdue’s Krannert School of Management, the impact on corporate investment is particularly negative, both from a short- and long-term perspective.
  • When Big Brother shouts 'Shotgun!' our roads may be safer.
    Drivers who know their insurance companies can record their every move improve their driving habits.
  • Economists find setting goals could improve student performance
    Balancing the need to provide an affordable, accessible education with a commitment to transforming students’ lives and preparing them for the future is an ongoing challenge in higher education. New research from economists at Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management finds that task-based goal setting can help on both fronts as a low-cost and logistically simple approach to improving students’ course performance.
  • Former dean Rick Cosier takes part in civic leader flight at Grissom Air Reserve Base
    The United States Air Force (USAF) recently recognized Rick Cosier, dean emeritus of the Krannert School and Leeds Professor of Management, for his role as academic director of Purdue’s Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV). Cosier was among 19 civic leaders from central Indiana invited to Grissom Air Reserve Base on June 6, 2017, to fly aboard a KC-135R Stratotanker on an hour-and-half mission of a B-52 Stratofortress along an aerial refueling track over western Kentucky and Missouri.
  • Krannert students create startup to provide coaching, acclimation guidance to Chinese students, visiting parents
    Incoming Purdue students from China who are learning about a new culture have a new resource in a Purdue-affiliated student startup offering personal coaching services. We-YouBond allows incoming students from China and their parents to sign up for a service that offers one-on-one coaching with an experienced student on topics ranging from study habits to local housing.
  • Krannert faculty recognized for summer enrollment increase
    Purdue’s Division of Summer Session recently recognized a trio of Krannert faculty members for achieving the largest enrollment increase of any summer course at the University. The course, Strategic Management (MGMT 45100), is taught by Richard Makadok, the Brock Family Chair in Strategic Management; John Burr, continuous term lecturer; and Tom Brush, senior associate dean and head of the Department of Management.
  • Krannert faculty, ITaP staff earn honors for hybrid Weekend MBA program
    A veteran Krannert professor and two instructional designers from ITaP were honored for their innovations in teaching and learning technologies as part Purdue’s recently restructured Weekend MBA program. Introduced in 2016, the 21-month hybrid program features two-thirds on-campus instruction and one-third online work, meaning participants only need to travel to campus twice a month for classes. Charlene Sullivan, a longtime professor of finance, received a 2017 Award for Excellence in Distance Learning: Course Design and Technology at Purdue’s faculty awards convocation in April for her work on Financial Management (MGMT 61000), which is part of the Weekend MBA program’s core curriculum.
  • Deere and Co. CEO, Krannert alum Sam Allen receives honorary doctorate during Purdue commencement
    Purdue University awarded an honorary doctoral degree to Deere and Co. CEO and alumnus Samuel R. “Sam” Allen during spring commencement ceremonies in May at the West Lafayette campus.
  • Krannert undergrad reflects on benefits of research and poster symposium
    The 2017 Undergraduate Research and Poster Symposium held on April 11 in the Purdue Memorial Union may technically have been only a one-day event, but for the students who participated, it represented countless hours of learning first-hand how research contributes to the advancement of human knowledge.
  • PowerShift Case Competition celebrates inaugural gender-focused competition
    On Friday, April 21, 14 teams of Purdue students met in the Krannert School of Management for the inaugural PowerShift Case Competition, sponsored by Accenture, the Jane Brock-Wilson Women in Management Center, Purdue Libraries and the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence.
  • High-performing students join elite group
    The Krannert School of Management recently inducted 19 members into Beta Gamma Sigma, an international business fraternity. The organization has more than 750,000 members worldwide, representing government, corporate, nonprofit and educational management positions in the United States and around the world.
  • Purdue MBA team wins Big 10 Plus Case Competition
    A talented team of Krannert MBA students took first place at the Big 10 Plus Case Competition at Ohio State University on April 2, besting universities including Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan State and Ohio State.
  • Boilermakers by the Bay symposium to be streamed live on Facebook
    Registration for the Krannert School of Management’s “Boilermakers by the Bay: Internet of Things” symposium in San Francisco, California, on April 18 has reached capacity and is now closed, but all Purdue alumni, friends and corporate partners can still take part by watching a live stream of the event on Facebook.
  • Purdue’s Classroom Business Enterprise program to celebrate entrepreneurial efforts of Indiana students
    Students from Indiana elementary and middle schools will demonstrate how they have learned to harness economic skills and innovation to create a successful business at the Classroom Business Enterprise (CBE) Showcase at Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management on April 12.
  • 2017 Best 40 Under 40 Professors
    Two Krannert professors have been named in the “2017 Best 40 Under 40 Professors” by Poets & Quants, a website dedicated to business school news. Fabrice Lumineau and Mohammad Rahman made this year’s list. They join Xiaoyan Zhang, who made the list in 2014, in receiving the honor.
  • Karthik Kannan among three Purdue faculty named as Jefferson Science Fellows
    Three Purdue faculty members have been selected as Jefferson Science Fellows. Peter Hirst (Horticulture), Karthik Kannan (Management) and Sonak Pastakia (Pharmacy) have been named to the 2017-18 class of Jefferson Science Fellows, an initiative of the Office of Science and Technology Adviser to the U.S. Secretary of State.
  • Young students take entrepreneurial lead in Classroom Business Enterprise
    Mintonye Elementary students in Lafayette, Indiana, are learning firsthand how to harness economic skills and innovation to create a successful business through the hands-on Classroom Business Enterprise (CBE) program. Throughout the school year, Barbara Tilley’s third-grade students have worked together to plan, produce and sell two pioneering and earth-friendly products. Their hard work will be featured at the CBE Showcase on Purdue’s campus on April 12.
  • University-wide PowerShift Case Competition to address real-world gender issues
    Graduate students from other Purdue University colleges, schools and academic units are encouraged to take part in real world, gender-issue case competition designed to help them lead in a diverse and changing workforce and use their skills to generate solutions.
  • Data analytics opening new doors for sports teams and business students
    Sports analytics expert Dave Schrader discussed “The Golden Age of Sports Analytics” at a presentation in the Krannert Auditorium on Feb. 23 that highlighted the practical application of analytics and how those applications help teach and practice business skills.
  • Krannert alumna Carolyn Woo joins Purdue as Distinguished President’s Fellow for Global Development
    Carolyn Woo was recenlty named Distinguished President’s Fellow for Global Development at Purdue University, She recently retired from serving as president and CEO of the Catholic Relief Services, the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States. Woo served with the organization from 2011-2016.
  • Burton D. Morgan Business Plan Competition announces finalists as it marks 30 years at Purdue
    Ten teams of Purdue students will put their best pitch forward in the hopes of winning a share of the $100,000 in prize money at the upcoming 30th annual Burton D. Morgan Business Plan Competition. The event will be held Tuesday (Feb. 28) at the Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship. Team presentations run from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and are open to the public. An awards dinner will follow.
  • Industry leaders talk global business practices, supply chain resiliency
    Purdue University’s Krannert’s School of Management brought industry leaders to campus Feb. 17 to discuss the best practices in globalization. The conference focused on sourcing, manufacturing and distribution of products outside U.S. borders.
  • Krannert professor Ellen Ernst Kossek says U.S. lags in workplace gender equality
    A Purdue University professor known internationally for her work and research in gender equity in the workplace believes female business leaders meeting at the White House in February was a good start. President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the creation of the United States-Canada Council for the Advancement of Women Business Leaders-Female Entrepreneurs. Ellen Ernst Kossek, the Basil S. Turner Professor of Management and research director of the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership, said the issue goes beyond equity to being a serious economic issue.
  • Tech Trek links master's students with alumni and IT execs in San Francisco Bay Area
    Sixteen students from various Krannert master’s programs (MBA, MSBAIM, MSHRM and MSF) trekked to the San Francisco Bay Area in early January to connect with Krannert alumni and their companies in the Silicon Valley region, California’s legendary hotspot of technology startups.
  • Recent Krannert alums to return as “Rising Professionals” for Purdue’s Old Masters Program
    Krannert grads Karan Ahuja and Derek Mauk are among five young alumni who have shown success in their early careers and will return to the West Lafayette campus March 5-6 as part of the Rising Professionals program. Built as part of the Old Masters Program, Rising Professionals was developed to inspire current Boilermakers and give them the opportunity to interact with some exceptional recent graduates.
  • 2017 National Economics Challenge
    It's time for teachers to prepare teams for the 2017 National Economics Challenge. This is a great opportunity to have your high school students compete for a chance to win scholarships, prizes, and more!
  • Krannert’s Student Managed Venture Fund teams with Elevate Purdue Foundry Fund to make $160,000 investment in two startups
    Krannert students taking part in an experiential learning course called the Student Managed Venture Fund have helped conduct business research and make investment recommendations for local startups.
  • Purdue Promise
    PCEE director Dave Perkis, assistant director Harlan Day, and Herschel, the feisty puppet dog who stars in the Herschel's World of Economics videos, participated in the September 27 Purdue Promise Event.
  • Krannert alumna becomes first Purdue graduate to be named prestigious Schwarzman Scholar
    Krannert alumna Jing Su of Daqing, China, has been named a Class of 2018 Schwarzman Scholar. She is the first Boilermaker to join this prestigious international program and one of only 129 students from around the world to be selected.
  • PCEE's Teacher Advocate, Gina Boyd, Wins National Award
    Congratulations to the Purdue Center for Economic Education's teacher advocate, Mrs. Gina Boyd, on her selection as a recipient of the prestigious Council of Economic Education's John Morton Excellence in the Teaching of Economics Award at the elementary school level.
  • Krannert ranked among top 20 MBA programs by recruiters
    Krannert placed No. 17 nationally in the employer survey, the highest ranking for a school in Indiana. That survey is recruiter feedback on the skills they look for in MBAs, and which programs best equip their students with those skills, according to the Bloomberg website.
  • Army veteran, Purdue entrepreneurial boot camp graduate wins national pitch competition
    Kirk Kudrna, U.S. Army veteran and graduate of the Purdue Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities, won first place at the 2016 Institute for Veterans and Military Families Virtual Pitch Competition for his mobile messaging app.
  • Purdue wins final stage of case competition with IU
    Purdue University’s Business Information and Analytics Center (BIAC), in collaboration with the Krannert School’s Leadership Communication Studio, recently hosted a two-stage case competition in IT/Analytics with Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. The judges selected a Purdue team as the winner of the competition, with the second place going to an IU team and third place to another Purdue team. Each team received cash prizes of $2400, $1200, and $600, respectively.
  • Finance professor Huseyin Gulen to receive 2016 Jack Treynor Prize
    Krannert finance professor Huseyin Gulen has been named one of three recipients of the Q-Group's 2016 Jack Treynor Prize, which honors superior academic working papers with potential applications in the fields of investment management and financial markets. Gulen was recognized for his paper "Extrapolation bias and the predictability of stock returns by price-scaled variables," which he co-authored with Krannert PhD student Stefano Cassella.
  • PURCE Announcement
    WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University alumnus Steven A. Webster and his wife, Linda M. Webster, have made a multimillion-dollar leadership gift to the Krannert School of Management. The pledge of $3 million will transform part of the third floor of the Krannert Building into the Webster Suite for the Purdue University Research Center in Economics, a fast-growing center in need of office and research space. “With this gift the Websters have shown once again how much they care about our program,” said David Hummels, dean of Purdue’s Krannert School of Management. “For several years now, much of the third floor has been known as the Webster Suite for Undergraduate Programs. It’s fitting that an additional 7,300 square feet of that floor will now also bear their name, but as a space that will benefit faculty and graduate students.”
  • Multimillion-dollar gift will renovate floor of Krannert for growing economics center
    Purdue University alumnus Steven A. Webster and his wife, Linda M. Webster, have made a multimillion-dollar leadership gift to the Krannert School of Management. The pledge of $3 million will transform part of the third floor of the Krannert Building into the Webster Suite for the Purdue University Research Center in Economics, a fast-growing center in need of office and research space.
  • PCEE Mini-Grant Recipients for 2016-17
    The PCEE is pleased to announce the recipients of their mini-grants in economics for K-12 teachers and schools for 2016-17.
  • Emerging markets expert keynotes manufacturing conference
    Keynote speaker Antoine van Agtmael delivered an optimistic forecast for advanced manufacturing at the fall conference of the Dauch Center for the Management of Manufacturing Enterprises (DCMME).
  • Research by Krannert prof Karthik Kannan shows companies use instincts to elicit behavior from consumers, employees
    The obvious strategy for a clothing retailer is to have as much product on the sales floor as possible to yield high sales. The clothing needs to be available to be bought, right? For women, it turns out, that’s a counterproductive strategy. Research by Krannert professor Karthik Kannan shows that women want to feel a sense of individuality when buying clothes. They don’t want to know that hundreds of other women in town also bought that dress.
  • BOP alum Shawn Taylor recognized among AACSB International's 2016 Influential Leaders
    An alumnus of Purdue's Krannert School of Management is among several corporate leaders to be recognized by AACSB International, the global accrediting body and membership association for business schools. Shawn Taylor, a 1982 accounting and Business Opportunity Program graduate, is one of 30 honored as the organization's 2016 Influential Leaders.
  • Who's to blame for your high mobile phone bill? Finance professor Mara Faccio points to political connections
    In the United States and in many other countries across the world, consumers are paying too much for their mobile phone bills because of government influencing, research by a Purdue University finance professor Mara Faccio indicates.
  • Top business leaders visit Purdue for Krannert Executive Forum
    Leading business executives and entrepreneurs will visit Purdue during the next four months for the Krannert School of Management Executive Forum. The forum will allow leaders to share their experiences and inspiration with those in attendance.Forum sessions are set for 11:30 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. Fridays, beginning Sept. 2 in Krannert Auditorium. The talks are open to the public, as space permits, and free of charge
  • Purdue hosts entrepreneurs from 17 African countries for Mandela Washington Fellowship
    Purdue University’s first cohort of Mandela Washington Fellows was on campus for six weeks in June and July for intensive, executive-style leadership training, networking, community service and skills building prior to a Presidential Summit in Washington, D.C. the first week of August.
  • Krannert, Boiler Business Exchange Announce Inaugural Business Hall of Fame Inductees
    The Boiler Business Exchange of Indianapolis, Inc. (BBE) has teamed with Purdue’s Krannert School of Management to unveil its inaugural Business Hall of Fame class. The Business Hall of Fame has been created to acknowledge and showcase esteemed business leaders who have achieved exceptional success in the business arena and have predominant ties to both Purdue and the State of Indiana.
  • Krannert econ profs link higher work demand to serious health risk potential
    Employees under prolonged workplace pressures face serious consequences to their health, according to a working paper issued by the National Bureau for Economic Research coauthored by Krannert professors David Hummels and Chong Xiang.
  • Purdue alum Dave Ricks to become president and CEO at Eli Lilly
    Eli Lilly and Company today announced that David A. Ricks, an alumnus of Purdue's Krannert School of Management and currently senior vice president and president, Lilly Bio-Medicines, will succeed John C. Lechleiter as president and CEO and join the board on January 1, 2017, and become chairman of the board on June 1, 2017.
  • Purdue economics programs earn top rankings
    The Krannert School's Department of Economics was recently recognized in a trio of rankings naming it the best in Indiana and the top value online MS program nationwide.
  • Krannert alumni among Purdue representatives to carry Indiana Bicentennial Torch through Tippecanoe County
    Krannert alumni and former Purdue football teammates Bart Burrell and Mark Herrmann to participate in Indiana Bicentennial Torch relay
  • New PCEE Director Named
    Dr. David Perkis joined the Purdue Center for Economic Education as Director on July 1, 2016.
  • New director takes the lead at Jane Brock-Wilson Women in Management Center
    A Purdue alumna and former Eli Lilly and Company executive has brought her leadership development and consulting expertise to the Krannert School as the new director of the Jane Brock-Wilson Women in Management Center.
  • Teachers Honored With Olin W. Davis Awards
    Three teachers who have been active with the Purdue Center for Economic Education's programming, and who currently serve on the Center's teacher advisory committee, have been recognized for their excellence in teaching and promoting the teaching of economics.
  • Four graduates from Purdue’s 2015 EBV class receive grants for their business projects
    Four veterans who graduated in 2015 from Purdue's Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities, or EBV, have received grants from the EBV Foundation to support their business projects. Purdue is one of 10 schools nationally to offer the EBV program. It offers experiential training in entrepreneurship and small business management to post-9/11 soldiers, sailors, aviators and Marines with disabilities resulting from their military service.
  • Jennifer Harms named Best & Brightest Executive MBAs by Poets & Quants
    Krannert IMM Global EMBA Class of 2015 Jennifer Harms named a Best & Brightest Executive MBA by Poets & Quants
  • Elementary students launch business in school classroom
    A Purdue University classroom business workshop for teachers in grades K-8 inspired a Mintonye Elementary teacher to start multiple classroom businesses.
  • Krannert, Purdue School of Nursing students partner to raise money for rural Indiana health clinic
    Following a successful charity event in April, Krannert Dean David Hummels handed a check for over $2000 to representatives from the Family Health Clinic of Monon.
  • Professors Lumineau, Lu recognized for research
    Two Krannert faculty members have been recognized for their significant scholarly accomplishments in research and their future research potential
  • Class offers mix of economics and sports
    Economics of Sports is designed to blend the theories of microeconomics with examples from the professional sports industry.
  • IRS partners with Purdue, Krannert on simulated criminal investigation
    Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management partnered with the Internal Revenue Service to stage a forensic accounting simulation.
  • Krannert students launch hedge fund, offer portfolio management
    Five Purdue University students have launched an investment startup
  • Leadership Excellence and Gender Symposium
    Three-day event at Krannert School of Management focused on gender, diversity, inclusion and agile careers
  • Data Dive experience beneficial to students
    Last year, five Krannert undergraduate students, including Rachel Crouch, won a data dive challenge in Chicago
  • Mind of a Maker: Adam Beal
    Having originally studied Microbiology at Colorado State University, Adam Beal decided to pursue an MBA with Krannert School of Management in 2014.
  • Krannert Big Data Program ranked Top 10 nationally
    Value Colleges ranks Krannert's MS BSIM Top 10 Big Data Program in the country
  • MSHRM recent grad promoted to the Rank of Major in the United States Army
    Recently, a 2015 Krannert MSHRM alum, Matt Pratt, was promoted to the rank of Major in the United States Army. A ceremony was held in his honor on March 4, 2016 at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York.
  • Krannert Freshmen win big at the Burton D. Morgan Competition
    Krannert alumnus, Mike Cassidy, also a continuing term lecturer at Purdue coaches an undergraduate team, Fro Yo Express in the 2016 Burton D. Morgan business plan competition.
  • Krannert researcher to lead Work/Life Summit
    Ellen Kossek, a faculty member in Purdue University's Krannert School of Management, has been appointed to chair the Work/Life Committee for the U.S. Office of Personnel Management for a research summit.
  • Purdue EBV graduate wins award at national conference

    Ottosen & Co. earned the Top Venture Impacting Veterans Award in the D’Aniello Family Foundation Business Plan Competition at the EBV National Training & Alumni Conference

  • Nationwide Purdue Index provides guidance for vet practices

    Digging into new data from the Nationwide Purdue Veterinary Price Index, a Purdue associate dean says "it's dangerous to build a practice on wellness services," not medical services.

  • Vibronix finalist in nationwide competition

    Vibronix, a company which features second-year MBA student Adam Beal, is one of 10 finalists in a nationwide competition

  • Calling the Shots: The Tim Newton Management Leadership Scholarship

    In summer 2015, the temporarily tongue-tied veteran communicator and broadcaster learned that Krannert’s 2014 Distinguished Alumni Award winner, John Hoffner (BSIM ’70), had established the Tim Newton Management Leadership Scholarship in his honor.

  • Krannert professor encourages caution, not panic

    The U.S. stock market is off to its worst start to open a year in more than a century. In four days this week, the Dow has plunged five percent and the NASDAQ more than six percent. Even the S&P 500 has shed 4.9 percent.

  • Air Force Vet's Biz Plan: Use Returning Soldiers To Improve Tech

    Air Force veteran Chris Jackson talks about the transition to civilian life and the challenges of finding the same sense of purpose after leaving the military.

  • Study: Resume fraud linked to job search envy

    Unemployed job-seekers can be motivated to embellish their resumes when they are envious of peers, according to a study published in the Academy of Management Journal.

  • Business leader gives $1 million to advance women in management

    A Purdue University alumna and longtime university supporter is giving a $1 million gift to advance women in management by providing undergraduate scholarships for women enrolled in Purdue’s Krannert School of Management.

  • Accounting faculty selected for Best Paper Award


    The American Accounting Association’s Management Accounting Section Publications Committee has selected Mark Bagnoli’s and Susan Watts's paper “Knowing versus Telling Private Information about a Rival”, published in the Journal of Management Accounting Research in 2013, to be awarded the 2015 Journal of Management Accounting Research Best Paper Award. The Publications committee considered all research papers published in JMAR between 2013 and 2015, and judged their paper to have the highest potential impact on management accounting research.

    Congratulations Mark and Susan!

  • Export Indiana Fellowship Program

    Partnership promotes small business growth by supplying the tools and expertise necessary to export their goods and services successfully at the international level.

  • Krannert to Host Entrepreneurship Program for Disabled Veterans

    Krannert School of Management will host 23 veterans from around the United States October 30 through November 8 for its seventh annual Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) program

    Participants are post-9/11 veterans with service-connected disabilities and a desire to start their own businesses.  

    Created at Syracuse University's Whitman School of Management in 2007, EBV teaches participants principles of entrepreneurship and small-business management.

  • 2015 Parrish Case Competition Results

    Eleven teams from Purdue University and Indiana University competed in this year's competition. All groups showed exemplary case analysis, problem solving and information literacy. The top three teams advanced to the final round, which was held October 9 in the Burton Morgan Entrepreneurship Center, Room 121, to compete for first, second and third place.

    The winners:

    First Place: Team Attractive — Joe Vandermus, Matt Xia, Matt Butler, Leeane Chen, Shubhika Barjatya 
    Second Place: UG Consulting — Joshua Groh, John Brock, Gemma Flanagan, Tim Weiss, Brandon Ko
    Third Place: NRAM Solutions — Wenjia Xu, Ruihong Lyu, Michael Szipszky, Albert Sinram

  • Entrepreneurship Week activities planned for Oct. 5-9

    The Krannert School, with the Purdue Foundry and The Anvil, will host a series of Entrepreneurship Week activities beginning October 5. 

  • New entrepreneurial track for grad students

    Krannert, Burton Morgan Center and the Purdue Foundry offer new graduate program for entrepreneurs.