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Research & Popular Press September 2016

DoganGursoy-profile

The Olympics and Other Mega Events: A Boon or a Burden for Local Communities

Dogan Gursoy, professor of hospitality business management, discusses the effect of the Olympics on local communities in his article published in the July 25, 2016 issue of Triple Pundit.

MistieJosephson

New Way to Help Tech Business Grow, Impact the Region,”

Mistie Josephson, Business Growth MAP manager at WSU Vancouver, introduces the MAP Tech Collective, a cohort that helps technology businesses grow and benefit the economy in the Vancouver region in her article published in the January 29, 2016 issue of the Vancouver Business Journal.

Darrel Muehling

Reminiscing and the Power of Nostalgia in Advertising

Darrel Muehling, professor and chair of the Department of Marketing and International Business, explores the power of nostalgia in advertising in his article published in the May 20, 2016 issue of the Vancouver Business Journal.

Research & Popular Press June 2016

Christina Chi

Hotel Greenwashing Dirties Eco-friendly Reputation

Christina Chi, associate professor of hospitality business management, investigates the consequences of greenwashing in the lodging industry and suggest ways hotels can establish credibility in consumers’ minds in her article featured in the October 12, 2015 edition of Eco-Business.

JennyKim

Tackling Job Burnout and Keeping Guests Happy: How Training and Recruiting Techniques Can Kill Two Birds With One Stone

Jenny Kim, professor of hospitality business management, provides expertise on steps hotel managers can take to help reduce burnout and subsequent job turnover among employees in her article featured in the December 16, 2015 issue of Restaurant Hospitality.

Jeff joireman

People’s Time Orientation Can Affect Their Fiscal Decisions: Physical, Cognitive Habits Strengthen Self-control

Jeff Joireman, associate professor of marketing, examines how individuals’ time orientation can affect their fiscal management in his article featured in the December 3, 2015 issue of the Spokane Journal of Business.

Andrew Perkins

Flipped Classrooms Boost Learning: Model Provides Students Hands-on Business Skills

Andrew Perkins, associate professor of marketing, discusses the many benefits of the “flipped-classroom” model in his article featured in the April 7, 2016 issue of the Spokane Journal of Business.

K.D. Joshi

Microtask Crowdsourcing Can Both Empower and Marginalise Workers

K.D. Joshi, professor of management, information systems, and entrepreneurship, shares insights from her deep analysis of crowd workers’ values in her blog featured in the April 16, 2016 issue of the LSE Business Review published by the London School of Economics.

Popular Press March 2016

Ken Butterfield

Crime and Punishment? Redefining Ethics Programs through Restorative Practices

Ken Butterfield, chair and associate professor of management, information systems, and entrepreneurship, provids insights on restorative justice in his article featured in the December 8, 2015 issue of HR People & Strategy.

 “Three Dos and Don’ts of Social Media

Kim Houser, clinical associate professor of business law, shared her expertise in social media law in her article featured in the December 11, 2015 issue of the Puget Sound Business Journal.

KD Joshi

 “Building a Veteran Workforce: How Higher Ed and the IT Field Can Help

K.D. Joshi, professor of management, information systems, and entrepreneurship, suggests ways to reduce barriers that may deter veterans from building civilian careers in her article featured in the December 11, 2015 issue of Military.com