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  • PowerShift Case Competition tackles gender pay equity in successful second year
    On Thursday, April 12, a dozen teams of Purdue students met in the Krannert School of Management for the PowerShift Case Competition, hosted by the Jane Brock-Wilson Women in Management Center and sponsored by Accenture, Phillips 66 and ArcelorMittal. Now in its second year, this annual competition encourages productive conversations between men and women about real life gender issues in the workplace to help students develop competencies in leading gender-diverse teams.
  • CBEIndiana students showcase classroom businesses at Purdue
    Elementary and middle school students across Indiana showcased businesses they developed through a Purdue University program that promotes entrepreneurship in the classroom. The Classroom Business Enterprise showcase took place on April 12 in the Krannert Drawing Room and featured businesses started by students and teachers from schools in Lafayette, as well as statewide.
  • Emissions TradingExperimental research by Krannert economist explores investments in global pollution abatement
    Countries across the globe now use emissions-trading systems as a policy to cost-effectively reduce pollution. But what incentives do these tradable-permit markets offer companies to invest in advanced pollution-abatement technology? Purdue University’s Tim Cason, the Gadomski Chair of Economics at the Krannert School of Management, is addressing that question through experimental economics.