Professor Martin studies consumer behavior, advertising, brand management, strategic marketing, and international marketing.
Professor Calton’s research tackles conventional theoretical assumptions about the primacy of the focal firm and the need for managers to deliver single bottom line profitability, often at the expense of poor stakeholder relations.
Associate Professor Furumo’s research shows that it is harder to develop trust in virtual teams than in traditional face-to-face team settings.
Professor Im’s primary interest is in quantitative economics. His research covers a wide range of topics in both theory and application, notably in transnational terrorism.