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Faculty & Research

An internationally known and ranked faculty distinguishes the University of Washington Michael G. Foster School of Business with cutting-edge research and innovative teaching — a winning combination that leads students into the future.
Recent Research & Faculty News

Foster faculty recommend favorite books on macroeconomic trends

Corporations caught avoiding taxes appear to bear no reputational cost

Tightening credit a key cause of doubling in corporate cash holdings

Local college hoops recruits tend to perform better, provided the coach stays

Lost sleep takes a serious toll on performance in the workplace


Faculty & Research Archives

A study by Jarrad Harford finds that tightening credit markets are a key cause of the doubling in corporate cash reserves over the past 30 years.
Foster School shot up 20 points in The Financial Times 2014 Global MBA ranking
Ranked #31 in the U.S. and #14 of public schools, Foster’s dramatic ascent was fueled by faculty research and continued excellence in job placement and career stats. Foster is now #24 in the world for faculty research.
Prof. Jacob ThornockTax or consequences?
Research from Jacob Thornock shows corporations caught avoiding taxes appear to bear no reputational costs.