Wisconsin School of Business faculty members achieve global recognition for their groundbreaking research. Read about their findings, which provide answers to important questions and deliver key business insights.

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Corporate Tax Case Helps WSB Students Build Competencies in Data Analytics and Tax Planning

March 3, 2021

The Bucky Company case, designed by WSB Associate Professor Stacie Laplante and doctoral student Mary Vernon, provides master's accounting students with real world data analytics skills in the tax planning process.

Groundbreaking Entrepreneurship Science Lab Identifies, Fosters Student Entrepreneurs

February 26, 2021

WSB's Jon Eckhardt is at the helm of a new lab that mobilizes the entrepreneurial ecosystem by identifying the conditions that create student entrepreneurs.

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State-Owned Enterprises: Study Suggests Not All of Them Are Better Taxpayers

February 25, 2021

Are all state-owned enterprises similar when it comes to tax planning? David Samuel, a doctoral student in accounting and information systems, explains based on his recent research as featured by Bloomberg.

Federal Home Loan Bank May Save Borrowers Money, Level the Playing Field for Small Banks

February 4, 2021

WSB's Dayin Zhang shares his findings on what happens when banks have access to government-sponsored wholesale funding.

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Ask an Expert: With Changed Support Structures, How Are Parents Handling COVID-19?

January 26, 2021

WSB's Amber Epp discusses the impact of COVID-19 on support structures for parents, drawing from her research on outsourcing parenthood.

WSB’s Tim Riddiough Explores the Post-Pandemic Future of Cities

January 8, 2021

WSB’s Tim Riddiough shares his expertise on COVID-19 and America's urban centers as part of a special virtual series, "The UW Now Livestream: The Future of Cities."

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