Doctoral Programs at Krannert
The Krannert Graduate School of Management offers world class doctoral programs in Economics, Management (with specialties in Accounting, Finance, Marketing, MIS, Operations Management, Quantitative Methods, and Strategic Management) and OBHR.
The Krannert School's strategic vision statement is summarized by the phrase "Innovation @ Krannert," highlighting our emphasis on cutting-edge research and teaching. A state-of-the-art doctoral program is paramount to achieving our vision of preparing leaders who transform business and business education through rigorous analysis and innovative insight. At Purdue, you will have the opportunity to work with some of the most distinguished business school faculty to develop the research and teaching skills required for a successful and rewarding career.
Krannert doctoral students are immersed in a dynamic learning environment and collaborate with faculty on groundbreaking research in management and economics. Many of our alumni are leading scholars and educators in their disciplines, and our faculty will serve as your mentors to ensure that you have the same opportunity to excel.
WE ARE DIFFERENCE MAKERS:
On Tuesday, May 8th, 2012, WHYY FM Radio listeners in the Philadelphia and New Jersey areas could hear John Trougakos, a PhD graduate of OBHR, speaking about "Lunch Break: Why fewer American workers are taking it."
In his ongoing work with the National Bureau of Economic Research, David Hummels, Professor of Economics, is investigating how trade policies affect transportation, and how that might ultimately impact economic development, greenhouse-gas emissions, and climate change. Read more...
Marcelo José Castillo Rivas was born in Colombia and raised in the United States, Marcelo’s service in the U.S. Army National Guard has been one of many personal changes; it led him to pledge allegiance to two countries.
He is using the character development, self-discipline and perseverance he’s learned in the military to help him on the road toward his Ph.D. Read more here...
Justin Krieg is a doctoral student specializing in Economics. His research details the area of private provision of public goods trying to understand free riding and cooperative behavior regarding the provision of public goods such as national parks, neighborhood watch programs or volunteering to clean up riverbanks or road sides.
David Hummels, Professor of Economics, is a Purdue University difference maker. Read about the impact of his research on International Trade Policy here.
The next Annual PhD Project Conference will be held
November 14-16, 2012 in Chicago, IL.
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