From the Dean
Since its establishment in 1923, the Hankamer School of Business has continued to produce innovative, values-driven leaders, as a result of rigorous curriculum and the dedication of the school's faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends. Innovative Business at Baylor displays the sustained distinction of Baylor Business students and faculty through their research.
This issue includes the following:
- New Economics Assistant Professor Jason Aimone discusses the economic motivations behind taboo and restrictive group activities.
- Student researchers explore various topics including the factors affecting a person's choice to whistleblow and e-government maturity.
- H. R. Gibson Chair in Management Development Dawn Carlson shares her most recent research on the intricacies of maintaining a healthy work-life balance.
- Accounting Professors David Hurtt and Jason MacGregor delve into the problem of short deadlines and long nights at the office.
Terry S. Maness
Dean, Hankamer School of Business