Economic Seminars Lineup Set
SEPT. 22, 2006--The University of Wisconsin-River Falls Center for Economic Research is sponsoring a Friday Seminar Series featuring professors from the College of Business and Economics.
The first presentation, "Business Ethics is from Mars, Religion is from Venus: Why the Two Need to Talk," is Sept. 29. Brian Huffman, a professor of management, will argue why we need a dialog between religion and business.
A social and refreshment time will take place from 3 to 3:15 p.m. in 317 South Hall, followed by the seminar in 321 South Hall from 3:15 to 4:00 p.m. The seminars are free and open to the public.
Upcoming seminars by CBE faculty include Dawn Hukai on Oct. 13 with "The Value Relevance of Foreign Currency Translation Adjustments in the Great Britain, Japan, and the United States"; Arpan Jani on Nov. 3 with "Decision Making in Failing Projects: Assessment of Project Status, Project Control and Project Outcomes;" Brian Schultz and Hamid Tabesh on Dec. 1 with "High School Economic Literacy: The Case of West-Central Wisconsin." On Nov. 17, invited speaker Tim Farrell from the Phillips Plastics Corporation will present "Organizational Challenges in Launching New Products."
For more information on the Friday Seminar Series, contact UW-RF professor of economics Hamid Tabesh at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-425-3335.
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