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Jonathan Krutz, Lecturer in the Department of Marketing, Published an Editorial in the Idaho Statesman

Jonathan Krutz, faculty-in-residence and lecturer in the Department of Marketing published an editorial in the Idaho Statesman. “What happens when a state ignores its own constitution?” was published in the Feb. 9. You can read Krutz’s editorial on the Idaho Statesman website. (Read More) Jonathan Krutz, Lecturer in the Department of Marketing, Published an Editorial in the Idaho Statesman

COBE Faculty and Affiliated Staff Met with India’s Consul General

Members of Boise’s economic development community met with the Consul General of India, Venkatesan Ashok, at the SBDC Accelerator in Boise on Wednesday, February 1. Based in the Silicon Valley of San Francisco, the Consul General was on his first … (Read More) COBE Faculty and Affiliated Staff Met with India’s Consul General

Josh Filzen (Accounting), Garrett McBrayer (Finance) and Kyle Shannon (Research Computing)

Based on a current working paper, Josh Filzen, Department of Accountancy; Garrett McBrayer, Department of Finance; and Kyle Shannon,  OIT-Research Computing, were invited to write a piece for the Columbia Law School Blue Sky Blog, titled “Do Investors Understand Quarterly … (Read More) Josh Filzen (Accounting), Garrett McBrayer (Finance) and Kyle Shannon (Research Computing)

Michail Fragkias Published Global Scenarios of Urban Density and Its Impacts on Building Energy Use through 2050

Michail Fragkias, assistant professor in the Department of Economics, published a paper in the Sustainability in an Urbanizing Planet Special Feature of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The paper is titled “Global scenarios of urban density and its … (Read More) Michail Fragkias Published Global Scenarios of Urban Density and Its Impacts on Building Energy Use through 2050

Nancy Napier’s Blog – “Ask Questions with Ignorant Vulnerability, and Ye Shall Receive”

Nancy Napier has a smirk (I’m-in-a-pickle kind of smirk) she uses to get people to be more open and helpful. Read her blog in the Idaho Statesman. (Read More) Nancy Napier’s Blog – “Ask Questions with Ignorant Vulnerability, and Ye Shall Receive”

Department of Economics and Idaho Dept. of Parks and Recreation Published Study of Economic Impact of Power Boaters

To quantify the economic impact of power boating to the state, Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation (IDPR) partnered with the Department of Economics at Boise State University to conduct a study.  Spending on power boating related products and services contributed … (Read More) Department of Economics and Idaho Dept. of Parks and Recreation Published Study of Economic Impact of Power Boaters

Karen Corral, IT Management Associate Professor, Coauthored an Article Published in the Information Systems Frontiers Journal

Karen Corral and colleagues had a paper, “Enabling Self-Service BI: A Methodology and a Case Study for a Model Management Warehouse,” accepted for publication in the journal Information Systems Frontiers.   Karen is an associate professor in the Department of … (Read More) Karen Corral, IT Management Associate Professor, Coauthored an Article Published in the Information Systems Frontiers Journal