Communication styles and national preferences inform how we interact globally.
Professionals can take steps to learn how to listen across cultures, says professor Elizabeth Dickinson.
For the third time, Labro is honored for the significant impact of her research on managerial accounting.
Academic leader and internationally recognized scholar is a UNC alumnus.
Bingham focuses on strategy, innovation and change in dynamic markets.
Leading PhD programs sent their students to the sixth annual UNC Tax Doctoral Seminar Jan. 6-10, 2014.
Success depends on using strategic priorities to decide when and where to compete, says UNC Kenan-Flagler marketing professor William Putsis.
An overview of the changing electronics outsourcing industry in Asia, its growth, and the challenges facing both clients and suppliers.
The new app showcases faculty’s research in a format with far broader reach and more engagement.
A pioneer in behavioral finance, freshly minted operations professors, and a management consulting veteran join the faculty.
All work and no sleep makes Jack a bad boy.
How emerging market brands can go global.
“Round-Tripping” – How U.S. investors route their income through offshore tax havens.
Why you should pay attention to changes in your ownership base.
Foreign investments in emerging markets make them emerge even faster.
How columnists have historically influenced the market.
Hedge funds don’t cause a financial crisis, but they can make it worse.
Paying attention to the weather can give you insights into the market
What could possess nearly 200 students to vie for places in an early morning accounting class? The professor.
Long-time Kenan-Flagler faculty member Jack Evans is serving his third term as interim dean. He has earned UNC's trust and appreciation as the “go to” leader at important times of change.
Emerging-market firms succeed in the global marketplace and Western firms need to pay attention to them.
UNC Kenan-Flagler awarded the first Bullard Research Impact Award in May to Ben Rosen for the impact his research has had for the past 10 years on industry and society.
UNC Kenan-Flagler has launched a new visiting scholars program to bring leaders from various fields to the School to collaborate and exchange ideas with the students and faculty.
Bob Adler, a Kenan-Flagler professor, joined Obama’s transition team in October 2008, and after the election he was one of two people asked to review the Consumer Product Safety Commission.