At any business school worth its salt, one of the most important goals is to foster an environment of successful academic research. This is especially true at research-intensive business schools where a core of solid, productive researchers leads to recognition and ranking among the top business schools. Business school leaders would like to attract and keep the top research talent in order to stay competitive, attract high-potential students, and recruit the most promising young faculty. To accomplish these objectives, a successful research environment for the business school’s academic researchers needs to be established so that these researchers can produce a sustainable research stream. However, equally important is that the business school needs to have great teaching.
|Publication status||Published - 2021|