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  • Number 5 worldwide faculty research
    For the second year in a row,
    McCombs School of Business faculty were rated the fifth most powerful in the world for research.

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Texas Enterprise

Uncovering People's Patterns Pays Big for Social Marketers
Jason Baldridge
James Scott
Destined to Fail: Why No Hospital Was Ready for Ebola
Reuben McDaniel, Jr.
Edward Anderson
Clay Johnston
Risky Business? The Campaign Contributions Politicians Won't Touch
Timothy Werner
5 Truths CEOs Need to Face About the Affordable Care Act
Kristie Loescher
Samuel Richardson
David Warner
Robert Ligon


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The University of Texas prides itself on its faculty’s high caliber of research in every field. In the last two years, UT directed $1.1 billion toward sponsored research. The McCombs School of Business upholds the high standards of the university each year with faculty members receiving prestigious awards within their fields. Faculty members often collaborate with both local and international companies and scholars.

McCombs Research in the News


Huffington Post | February 27, 2015

Management Lecturer Dennis Passovoy says Netflix’s unique corporate culture is a reflection of the executives they hire.
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The Economic Times | February 27, 2015

Professor Vijay Mahajan explains why connecting to rural consumers worldwide is essential for corporate success and survival.
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Fox 7 News | February 23, 2015

Assistant Professor Emily Amanatullah reveals the latent gender biases in society and the workplace that contribute to the wage gap.
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State Impact NPR | January 30, 2015

Finance Professor Ehud Ronn explains to NPR why the financial markets appear to be betting on Keystone XL.
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