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Shu He

Data dampens drug trade on the dark web

New research from Assistant Professor Shu He finds selectively targeting drug dealers leads to fewer dealers and drop in transactions. Read more in this story from EurekAlert!.

Kyung Sun Melissa Rhee

Restricting ride-hailing apps makes transportation systems less efficient

New research from Assistant Professor Melissa Rhee shows that policies restricting the use of ride-hailing apps like Uber or Lyft can hurt the transportation ecosystem of a city. In 2015, the city of Shanghai saw an issue with their taxi

Asoo Vakharia

The global supply chain consequences of the Russia-Ukraine war

This week marks the one-year anniversary since the Russia-Ukraine war began, when Russia invaded Ukraine after supporting the separation of Ukrainian territory. The impact has been global. Immediately, aid agencies worried that Ukraine’s grain would be stuck in ports, unable

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Why wholesale selling persists, despite agency selling growth

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – In 2021, e-commerce sales topped $870 billion in the United States, an increase of over 50% in just two years. As Americans have steadily continued clicking ‘add to cart’ for their items, retailers have sought the most

Anurag Garg, Emre Demirezen, Kutsal Dogan and Kenny Cheng.

Internet of Things financial sustainability depends on quality and security

New research from alumnus Anurag Garg (Ph.D. ’22) and Warrington’s Emre Demirezen, Kutsal Dogan and Kenny Cheng, titled “Financial sustainability of IoT platforms: The role of quality and security”, finds that despite the proliferation of platforms such as Amazon Alexa

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10 innovative research insights you can apply to your life and career

Beyond educating the next generation of business leaders, faculty at the UF Warrington College of Business are researching the next great solution that you can use to propel your life and career forward. In this story, we share some of

#23 Best Undergraduate Business Program U.S. News & World Report Heavener School of Business

Heavener School the No. 23 best undergraduate business program in the nation

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Heavener School of Business at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business is again among the top U.S. schools on U.S. News & World Report’s “2023 Best Undergraduate Business Programs” rankings released Monday. With this

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Meet Warrington’s new faculty for 2022

The Warrington College of Business is proud to welcome 11 new faculty members to campus in the 2022-2023 academic year. Learn more about these outstanding new members of the Warrington team who will continue to strengthen the college’s reputation and

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Electronic health information exchange key to healthcare efficiency, quality, savings

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Visits to the emergency room are generally not the kind of trips most people look forward to taking. While the care emergency departments provide is critical to patient outcomes, many individuals aren’t looking to hang out in

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How much could you make if you major in business?

Selecting a major is an important decision for any student in college. The classes, extracurricular activities and internships you complete during this time will help set the stage for your post-graduation career. If business or any of its functions, such

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