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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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."

How Is Consumer Behavior Changing Due to COVID-19? WSB Faculty Respond

November 4, 2020

From houseplants to haircutting shears, curbside pickups to patio dining, the COVID-19 crisis has altered not just what consumers are buying, but how they are buying it.

Unpacking COVID-19: Recapping Industry Insights From WSB Faculty

September 11, 2020

Wisconsin School of Business faculty share their expertise on how the COVID-19 crisis has impacted business and industry.

WSB’s Hart Posen and Intuit Cofounder Scott Cook Discuss COVID-19 and the Business Landscape

July 17, 2020

WSB's Hart Posen and Intuit cofounder Scott Cook share their perspectives and expertise on COVID-19 and the future of business as part of a special virtual series, "The UW Now Livestream: Innovation in a Pandemic: How COVID-19 Will Change the Landscape of Business."

Leadership During the Pandemic: States with Women Governors Had Fewer COVID-19 Deaths

July 14, 2020

A study by WSB's Alex Stajkovic and Kayla Sergent (PhD '18) of Edgewood College finds that U.S. states with women governors had fewer COVID-19 deaths than their male counterparts. Stajkovic explains their findings and suggests ways organizations can foster better crisis leadership skills.

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