Posts tagged ‘Business Administration’

Dr. Josephson Publishes Articles at AIER

Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate professor of business administration, has had several pieces published by the American Institute for Economic Research including: “Why Political Interference in Big Tech Continues to be a Big Mistake,” “The Rise of ESG, Replacing Strategy with Standards,” “Why Workplace Skills Rather Than Leadership Strategies Should be Prioritized,” and “Work Won’t Love you Back.”

Dr. Josephson Publishes Two Articles, Guests on Podcast

Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate professor of business administration, recently published “Who is to Blame in the Moral Marketing Game” on the American Institute for Economic Research and “Why Job Turnover is so High for Gen Z” on the Foundation for Economic Freedom websites. She also was the guest expert on the Consumer Choice Center’s podcast, “Don’t worry, Elon, ESG is a Pay-to-Play Racket.”

Dr. Josephson Publishes Pair of Pieces at AIER

Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate professor of business administration, had two articles published recently at the American Institute for Economic Research— “Forgotten Factors in the Student Debt Debate” and “The PFAS Packaging Predicament: McDonald’s Isn’t Loving it.”

Dr. Josephson Published in the Pennsylvania Economic Review

After a double-blind review process, Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate professor of business administration, has had her paper “Implications for the Mainstreaming of Fair Trade,” accepted for publication in the Pennsylvania Economic Review. In June, Dr. Josephson will present the article at the Pennsylvania Economic Association Conference in Erie, where she also will chair a breakout session.

The Pennsylvania Economic Review is featured in Cabell’s Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Economics & Finance and articles are listed in the EBSCO database with full-text reference. PER is also listed in ABDC Journal Quality List.

Dr. Josephson Confirmed as FreedomFest Speaker

Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, professor of business administration, will be a speaker during this summer’s FreedomFest in Las Vegas, Nev. Dr. Josephson will be among a group of distinguished speakers that include 2020 Presidential candidate Andrew Yang, business leader Steve Forbes, and faculty and experts from across the globe.

AIER Publishes Dr. Josephson Article

The American Institute for Economic Research published “Why ESG Ratings Are Like Netflix’s Inventing Anna,” by Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate professor of business administration. Real Clear Markets also later published Dr. Josephson’s op-ed.  

Dr. Josephson Guests on Podcast

Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate professor of business administration, was a return guest on the Soul of Enterprise podcast on April 8. Dr. Josephson appeared with Dr. Sam Staley, a professor at Florida State University, to discuss social entrepreneurship.

Dr. Josephson’s LinkedIn Op-Ed Published by Fast Company

Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate professor of business administration, published “Could LinkedIn notifications be contributing to the Great Resignation?,” on Fast Company today. Using extensive data sets, Dr. Josephson “questions whether the visibility of LinkedIn members’ skews the view of what a career path entails or even the time that should be invested when taking on a new position.” She also discussed ways to improve work culture to better retain colleagues.

Dr. Josephson Published by AIER and Interviewed for Podcast

Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate professor of business administration, published “Why Size Matters, Dependency Debilitates, and Markets Must be Left Alone” at the American Institute for Economic Research (AIER). Dr. Josephson discusses what is conducive for market growth and refers to dependency studies and the history of development theory.

Dr. Josephson was also featured on a podcast for her previous publication at AIER that focused on supply chain matters.

Dr. Josephson Published by Real Clear Markets

Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate professor of business administration, had another op-ed  published by Real Clear Markets. Dr. Josephson shared some pitfalls experienced by companies with flexible work policies in “Work from home is much easier said than done.”