Leeds School of Business Research

The Washington Post cites Professors Bernstein and Lewis's research on rising tides and housing markets

Aug. 22, 2018

The Washington Post recently published an article featuring a study by University of Colorado Boulder and Pennsylvania State University researchers

US News

U.S. News cites influential financial literacy paper by Leeds’ John Lynch

July 30, 2018

An influential paper by researchers at CU Boulder’s Leeds School of Business continues to be central to the public debate about when financial education improves financial behavior. Leeds Professor, and Director of the Center for Research on Consumer Financial Decision Making, John Lynch is quoted in an August U.S. News...

Faculty Excellence

Cornell study ranks Leeds Marketing Faculty among the world’s best in research output

July 25, 2018

A recent study out of Cornell University’s Johnson School of Management ranks the Leeds School Marketing faculty as among the very best in the world. The authors measured faculty productivity at 30 of the world’s leading marketing departments in the top academic journals in business and the social sciences. In...

Financial planning

Relying on Your Partner for Household Money Matters Creates Vulnerability Over Time

May 10, 2018

Collaborative research by Leeds and the University of Texas at Austin shows the pros and cons for couples of unequal division of responsibility for money matters. When couples begin their relationships, they naturally divide up tasks and give one partner more responsibility than the other for finances. The person who...

Rising Tides

WSJ cites Professors Bernstein and Lewis's research on rising tides and housing markets

May 4, 2018

A recent article in the Wall Street Journal addresses the impact that sea level rise (SLR) is having on housing markets. Research conducted by Leeds professors Asaf Bernstein and Ryan Lewis , in collaboration with Penn State University Professor Matthew Gustafson, demonstrates that homes exposed to SLR sell at a...

John Lynch

Does money buy happiness? Research has an answer.

March 29, 2018

Recent research by renowned faculty member, John Lynch was featured in the Journal of Consumer Research. The research examines the potential relationship between financial and overall wellbeing. The research tapped into the correlation of the role of finances in a person’s wellbeing using consumer financial narratives alongside large-scale surveys and...

Jeff York

Leeds research shows entrepreneurs key to bridging the gap on combatting climate

March 9, 2018

New research from Leeds professor, Jeff York shows that entrepreneurs are best positioned to combat climate change by delivering products or services that both sides of the political aisle support. Entrepreneurial businesses can deliver solutions using both economic and community responsibility logic to satisfy cultural barriers between political parties. Read...

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Leeds focus on teaching business ethics and sustainability highlighted in the Economist

Jan. 22, 2018

Business has to be good and that now carries value and legitimacy. Leeds is committed to educating good business leaders by emphasizing business ethics, diversity and sustainability in courses and being a leader among business schools in this space. Leeds Center for Education on Social Responsibility was featured for its...

Christina Lacerenza

Dr. Christina Lacerenza named 2017 Chancellor’s postdoctoral fellows

June 8, 2017

Dr. Christina Lacerenza has received a 2017 Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellowship. Christina will be joining the Management and Entrepreneurship program at Leeds, exploring effective leadership methods as it relates to speech and gender. Visit the postdoctoral affairs program to learn more about Christina and the other postdoctoral fellows.

Bart de Langhe research

Assistant Professor Bart de Langhe examines the pitfalls of linear thinking in a nonlinear world

April 19, 2017

Decades of research in cognitive psychology show that the human mind struggles to understand nonlinear relationships—that is, relationships between two factors in which a change in one factor does not correspond with constant change in the other. In business, there are many highly nonlinear relationships. To avoid costly misjudgments, it’s important to recognize when they’re in play.

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