Stories about the College of Business and Economics

Oliver Yao and his team use data, interviews and observations collected along the supply chain to show one of the real causes and effects of the bullwhip effect.

Study observes how the interactions between technological growth and specialization patterns between native and immigrant workers affect wages earned by native workers.

A study in the Journal of Accounting Research concluded that the “positive” seen in CDSs could be traced directly back to the sense of “insurance” they provide to lenders.

Marketers have for decades worked on brand anthropomorphism in an effort to build a stronger connection with consumers. Marina Puzakova’s work explores what happens when they succeed.

Lehigh FinTech Group brings intercollegiate hackathon to campus for the first time.

Peirce joins Lehigh’s College of Business and Economics following successful career with Wharton Executive Education.

New research finds that despite regulations, CEOs control information release and may do so for their own financial gain.

Patrece Savino ’20 and Megan Lomuto ’19 were each awarded $5,000.

Corinne Post and Andrew Ward among co-authors of 'Board Independence and Corporate Misconduct: A Cross-National Meta-Analysis.'