Should government assistance cover pet food or potato chips? Marketing professor Troy Campbell and coauthor found that it depends who you ask.
Company visits in Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, and Malaysia provided new insights.
PitchBook is a new data resource available to all University of Oregon students.
Management professor Lauren Lanahan's research focuses on the intersection of institutions and the production of new scientific knowledge, entrepreneurship, and economic growth.
As our fall term winds down, we’re reflecting on recent successes and looking forward to all that’s coming...
Dedicated Duck Doug McKay died December 4. He was a longtime UO supporter and a strong believer in higher education.
The Lundquist College has launched a new student success initiative to build stronger paths for life-long learning and connection.
The winning concept: an e-learning course training managers to respond to workplace suicide threats.
William Schoeffler, a junior studying marketing and business analytics, aims to make scheduling a real estate showing easy and seamless with his startup venture Instashowing.
Lundquist College Instructor Joshua Skov is among the thought leaders reinventing business education on an international scale, according to The Aspen Institute.
The Princeton Review’s Best Business Schools 2020 rank the Lundquist College and its Oregon MBA #4 in the category of best Green MBA.
Defunkify, a startup with strong ties to the University of Oregon that’s already been on a growth trajectory, got a big lift earlier this year after a chance in the national spotlight.
Finance instructor Barry Miller passed away on December 4 at the age of 67.
Nancy Nartey’s community development work in her hometown of Accra, Ghana was appreciated and admired—but she knew she was capable of more.

The UO Lundquist College of Business and its Oregon MBA program is celebrating a jump of four spots in Bloomberg Businessweek’s Best Business Schools ranking.