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Business Division Highlights

 Professor Khai Sim

Dr. Khai Sim's Upcoming Publication In The Economics Letters Journal

Dr. Khai Sim's recent publication introduces a theoretical model to showcase the considerations of the policymaker when deciding on the optimal bailout policy for a system of bank network.

 Business Student

Business Administration Student Places 2nd in the CT Elevator Pitch Olympics

Quinn Ernst, a Junior studying Business Administration concentrating in management, recently took 2nd place in the CT Elevator Pitch Olympics for his business concept “Windham County Sustainable Solutions”!

 Professor Guo

Dr. Meng Guo's Recent Publication Investigates Gender Effect on Audit Outcomes

Dr. Meng Guo's co-authored paper focuses on the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board Rule 3211. Auditor Reporting of Certain Audit Participants, as it investigates whether the impact of the Rule differs between female and male audit partners.

 Management Professor Dr. Fatma Pakdil's Recent Publication

Dr. Fatma Pakdil's Recent Publication Focuses on Complex Decision Making Methods in the Healthcare Industry

Management and Marketing Professor Fatma Pakdil collaborated with Professors from Başkent University located in Turkey, to publish an article titled “Six Sigma Project Prioritization and Selection Using AHP–CODAS Integration: A Case Study in Healthcare Industry”.

 Tyler Wright, '22

Accounting Major Presents at Posters on the Hill

Eastern Connecticut State University accounting major Tyler Wright has been selected to present at the annual “Posters on the Hill” conference. His research, titled “The Effect of Length of Stay and Readmission on Total Charges of Total Knee Arthroplasty and Total Hip Arthroplasty Patients,” will be presented at the virtual event, which will take place April 26-27.

 Dr. Emiliano Villanueva

Professor Emiliano Villanueva Discusses Wine Industry on Local News

(WTNH) – It turns out that Eastern Connecticut State University has a professor that knows all about the wine industry – it’s in his family background. Dr. Emiliano Villanueva grew up in Mendoza, Argentina, the wine capital of South America. Now, Dr. Villanueva’s primary research focus at ECSU is the global wine industry.  Open this story to view video and read more.