Assistant Professor Inouye’s research interests are two-fold: in teaching methods, and in examining how contextual boundary conditions like diversity, gender, or public policy affect the strategies of small business managers and owners.
Professor Calton questions social and environmental performance in business firms. His research tackles conventional theoretical assumptions about firms and the need for managers to deliver profitability often at the expense of stakeholder relations.
Professor Furumo researches virtual work teams. Her 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 was in quantitative economics and his research covered a wide range of topics in both theory and application. He specialized in transnational terrorism for which he established the internationally recognized benchmark for economic research.