Faculty in the Orfalea College of Business conduct research that advances theory, informs practice, and improves our understanding of the complex interface between technology, human behavior, organizations and markets. Their research addresses real-world problems, involves students when appropriate, influences public and regulatory policies, and contributes to experiential-based learning. The departmental areas promote and maintain a multitude of opportunities for industry to advise and further the interests of students and faculty.

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Submissions from 2007

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Empirical Tests of Exchange Rate Theory, Eric O'N. Fisher

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Determinants of State Tobacco-Control Expenditures, Michael L. Marlow

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Do Tobacco-Control Programs Lower Tobacco Consumption? Evidence from California, Michael L. Marlow

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Fast Food, Addiction, and Market Power, Timothy J. Richards, Paul M. Patterson, and Stephen F. Hamilton

Submissions from 2006

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The Forward Premium in a Model with Heterogeneous Prior Beliefs, Eric O'N. Fisher

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The Anatomy of an Oil Price Shock, Eric O'N. Fisher and Kathryn G. Marshall

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Green Markets, Eco-Certification, and Equilibrium Fraud, Stephen F. Hamilton and David Zilberman

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Naked Slotting Fees for Vertical Control of Multi-Product Retail Markets, Robert Innes and Stephen F. Hamilton