Warrington in the News Articles: page 36

It’s no secret that Warrington faculty are internationally renowned for their innovative research. The media looks to our scholars for insights and impactful news. See below where our faculty are featured in the news.

Liangfei Qiu

New research from PwC Associate Professor Liangfei Qui shows relationships, favoritism and gender all play a role in employee reviews.

The impact of real-time feedback in employee reviews

Jay Ritter

Research data from Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter informs this story about Tuttle Capital Management’s plans to launch the Short De-SPAC ETF in a departure from most such funds in the market that have sought to capitalize on the boom in blank-check companies.

SPAC’s Stumble Opens Door for an ETF to Bet on Bigger Declines

Sachin Jaitly

UF DBA student and Rollins College alumnus Sachin Jaitly (DBA ’23) and Gregory Mecca of Tessera Venture Partners make the case for Bitcoin as a store of value and hedge against inflation.

Bitcoin on the Balance Sheet? Two in Crummer Community Say ‘Yes'

Crummer Graduate School of Business | Rollins College
Rear view at excited woman reading good news in email, happy girl student looking at laptop celebrating win admission online letter, promotion, new opportunity, great exam test results, got job

When you think about MBA programs, you also automatically think that the degree will land you in a job better than the one you already have. So it may come as a surprise that the two giants of MBA education, Harvard Business School and Stanford Graduate School of Business, lag behind quite a number of business schools, including UF MBA,  in placing their latest graduates into jobs.

Hidden MBA Gems: B-Schools With Better Employment Rates Than Harvard & Stanford

Poets & Quants
Klodiana Lanaj and Remy Jennings

Do you have aspirations of rising to a leadership role in your company? Similarly, perhaps you just want to build a better reputation for yourself among co-workers and be seen as a more diligent employee. If either scenario sounds familiar, a study from Martin L. Schaffel Professor Klodiana Lanaj and Ph.D. student Remy Jennings have a new suggestion on how to start your day.

This quick morning routine tip can make you much better at your job

Christopher Pryor

Assistant Clinical Professor Chris Pryor shares insights about why small businesses fail and advice on how entrepreneurs can increase their chances of business success.

What Percentage of Small Businesses Fail?

Tao Li

Assistant Professor of Finance Tao Li explains cryptocurrencies and $CAT, Carole Baskin’s digital “purr-ency,” the latest alternative to Bitcoin.

Carole Baskin announces new cryptocurrency and NFTs. Here’s what that means.

The Tampa Bay Times
Brian Swider

Beth Ayers McCague Family Fellowship Associate Professor Brian Swider shares insights on the labor shortage, particularly in service businesses, which, he explains, is tied to the pandemic and the recovery from it.

Jobs in the service industry desperately need to be filled. So why is no one taking them?

The Gainesville Sun
Thomas Mardal winds up to make his hammer throw during a track and field event.

The Heavener School of Business student and Norwegian Thomas Mardal‘s journey from Gloppen to Gainesville will end with a lot of school records, and maybe even a trip to the beach.

Hammer Time: UF's Mardal has quietly nailed his throwing legacy

The Gainesville Sun
Jay Ritter

2021 is on pace to have a record number of IPOs of companies valued above $5 billion after the first day of trading. There have been 21 this year so far, well above the pace of the 42 such IPOs in all of 2000, according to Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter.

Venture Firms Bask in a Surge of Blockbuster Profits

Wall Street Journal