Susan Aaronson, research professor of international affairs, specializes in international trade and investment agreements; digital trade; conflict and human rights; and economic growth. Aaronson’s research focuses on the relationship between economic change and human rights; digital trade; and whistleblowers at international organizations such as the United Nations and the World Intellectual Property Organization.
David Brunori, research professor of public policy and public administration, specializes in tax and government issues. He is an expert on state and local public finance and taxes as well as state policy and politics.
Joseph Cordes, professor of economics, public policy and public administration, specializes in public economics and tax policy and public expenditure analysis. His current research focuses on U.S. tax policy, the economics of nonprofit organizations and comparative analysis of welfare state institutions.
Danny Leipziger, a professor of practice of international business, is an expert on development economics. His current research interests include economic growth and growth strategies for emerging market and developing economies; policies designed to achieve sustained and sustainable economic growth; and the role of urbanization and cities in development.
John Forrer is associate research professor of strategic management and public policy. He is an expert on renewable technologies, the intersection of business and war, international finance and supply chain strategy. Forrer has conducted extensive research on corporate governance, supply chain governance and corporate responsibility.
Donna Hoffman, professor of marketing, is an internationally recognized academic expert in online consumer experience, digital marketing trends and digital marketing strategy. Hoffman’s research is focused on consumer experience in the Internet of Things and the kinds of consumer-object relationships that emerge when consumers and smart objects interact.
James Bailey, professor of management, is an expert on leadership development. He can discuss effective leadership; employee motivation, competence, satisfaction and performance; and managerial decision making.