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  • Redefining Retail and Disrupting Downtowns

    Wednesday, November 22, 2023

    New research by Purdue economist Lindsay Relihan indicates that the popularization of remote work is physically altering the economic landscape of downtowns. The increasing ability to work from anywhere impacts where people choose to shop, live and do business.

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  • James Bullard

    Managing Everyone Everywhere All at Once

    Tuesday, November 7, 2023

    James Bullard, the Dr. Samuel R. Allen Dean of Purdue University's Daniels School of Business, has developed an economic model that serves as a benchmark to see how adept U.S. policymakers are at selecting the best policies and provided suggestions for further improvement.

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  • Regulatory Battlegrounds: How Clean Water Act Enforcement Varies Between States

    Thursday, November 2, 2023

    With the 2024 presidential election looming, battleground states are getting a lot of attention from candidates on both sides of the aisle because the outcome can swing either way. State regulators and politicians who have incentives to selectively enforce regulations and policy are also paying attention, says Huseyin Gulen of Purdue University’s Daniels School of Business.

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    Using Technology to Improve Hiring Practices

    Monday, October 23, 2023

    Michael A. Campion, Purdue’s Herman C. Krannert Distinguished Professor of Management, says the resumes and achievement records of most job seekers are part of an overflowing pool of big data that creates a daunting amount of work for employers and their HR staff.

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