Year in Research: 2013-14
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

Long-term investors improve corporate behavior, increase returns

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Hidden in the accounting, a more accurate way to forecast sales

In the Foster Behavioral Lab, discovering why we do the things we do

 

Faculty & Research Archives


Prof. Asher CurtisShort-sellers get a bad rap
According to research by Asher Curtis, assistant professor of accounting, short-sellers trade on accounting information, not price declines. Read more.
Ran DuchinProductive cronyism?
Research from Ran Duchin, associate professor of finance, shows corporate capital flows to CEO cronies, but that’s not always a bad thing. Read more.
Professors Bruce Avolio and David G. Sirmon named 2014 Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers in the category of Business and Economics.