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Liangfei Qiu, Mahendrarajah Nimalendran and Praveen Pathak

Regulation makes crypto markets more efficient

First-of-its-kind research from PricewaterhouseCoopers Professor Liangfei Qiu, John H. and Mary Lou Dasburg Chair Mahendrarajah Nimalendran and Robert B. Carter Professor Praveen Pathak on cryptocurrency finds that the most regulated coins create the most efficient markets. That crypto regulation, often

Liangfei Qiu and Praveen Pathak

Cryptocurrency’s surprising transparency advantage

New research from PricewaterhouseCoopers Professor Liangfei Qiu and Robert B. Carter Professor Praveen Pathak highlights that despite the fears of regulators and skittish investors, clear and accurate signals of cryptocurrency quality may be hidden in plain sight. Forthcoming in Journal of

Jingchuan Pu

Information systems professor honored for early career contributions

Jingchuan Pu, assistant professor in the Information Systems and Operations Management (ISOM) department at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business, is a recipient of the INFORMS Information Systems Society (ISS) Gordon B. Davis Young Scholar Award and the

Joel Davis

A Costco desert: Gainesville residents pine for Kirkland Signature

David F. Miller Retail Center Executive Director and Clinical Professor Joel Davis comments on the possible economic reasons why Costco hasn’t opened a location in Gainesville.  “I think that the economics of Gainesville does present a bit of a challenge

Anuj Kumar

Harnessing Peer Effects with EdTech

Matherly Professor Anuj Kumar explores how we can leverage peers to motivate and help students learn in K-12 schools as part of his greater research with the RightWalk Foundation. As part of this work, Kumar built the EPInc platform –

Anuj Kumar

EPInc. – An AI-enabled Knowledge Diffusion Platform

As part of his collaboration with the RightWalk Foundation, Matherly Professor Anuj Kumar built the EPInc platform – an AI-based integrated knowledge diffusion platform for K-12 schools. This platform aims to create a uniform and higher overall educational production (cognitive

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How valuable are online product recommendations to consumers?

In today’s online world, third parties collect and store your browsing data at staggering rates. Third parties benefit greatly from this information, but do you get fair returns for sharing your data online? New research from the University of Florida

Joel Davis

Back-to-school for higher education sees students and professors grappling with AI in academia

As millions of students return to school this fall, ABC News spoke with students and professors, including Clinical Professor and Executive Director of the Miller Retail Center Joel Davis, learning to navigate the influence of generative artificial intelligence. “There’s a

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Meet Warrington’s new faculty for 2023

The Warrington College of Business is proud to welcome five new faculty members to campus in the fall of 2023. Learn more about these outstanding new members of the Warrington team who will continue to strengthen the college’s reputation and

Joel Davis

You’re not imagining it: Here’s why Halloween stuff is out earlier each year

It’s a hot summer day. You head to the store to grab a few items; maybe groceries, maybe a few things you need for that home project. You walk through the doors into the much-needed air conditioning and then you