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WSB's Greg DeCroix Offers Insights on Food Supply Chain Issues

May 28, 2020

UW Now Livestream event explores challenges brought on by COVID-19 pandemic.

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Research Roundup: WSB's Department of Accounting and Information Systems

April 26, 2019

Takeaways from recent research by faculty in the Department of Accounting and Information Systems at the Wisconsin School of Business.

Exploring the Potential and Pitfalls of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain

April 16, 2018

Emerging technologies like blockchain and cryptocurrency are changing many aspects of our lives, including how we do business and enact regulations. Wisconsin School of Business faculty weighed in on this new frontier during a panel …

With Apparel Industry Suppliers, It's Executional Skills That Drive Performance

March 28, 2018

A popular women’s yoga wear outfitter with products in major department stores opens a series of brick-and-mortar retail shops in various cities. An apparel company enters a long-term contract with a trendy national fashion brand, …

Why Fair and Unfair Can Coexist: Looking at Pricing in Channel Relationships

March 13, 2017

Based on the research by Paola Mallucci Fair game. Fair and square. Fair enough. No fair! Fairness: It’s easy to talk about, not so easy to define. What is fair? And what constitutes fairness in a …

Can a Company Prepare its Supply Chain for a Random Demand Surge?

October 17, 2016

Supply chain managers don’t lose much sleep over normal day-to-day or month-to-month demand variations. Rather, it is the possibility of huge demand surges—caused by events such as severe weather, man-made disasters, new business partners, and …

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