Isenberg School faculty members have nationally recognized strengths in financial risk analysis, alternative investments, operations and quality management, organization theory, marketing and public policy, sport marketing, behavioral accounting, hospitality management, entrepreneurship, business leadership, and many other areas.
These are the top most recent publications by Isenberg faculty.
Isenberg faculty members and PhD students are engaged in cutting-edge research that makes an impact on the business world and society, as well as the knowledge base in academia. We have gained a global reputation for thought leadership by addressing important issues with rigorous research methods across a range of topic areas, including business leadership, alternative investments, behavioral accounting, the economic impact of tourism, marketing and public policy, large-scale networks, human-computer interactions, sport diversity issues, entrepreneurship, knowledge creation, and information flows.
Isenberg’s research mission is supported by:
George R. Milne
Associate Dean of Research & Carney Family Endowed Professor