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Sondra Simpson. Elmhurst College Matt Smith, Elmhurst College Eilean Roppel, Elmhurst College Monika Alcheikh, Elmhurst College
January 8, 2020
Matt Smith, a college student who lived at home in Cook County, took charge of family grocery shopping as a result of the Sweetened Beverage Tax Ordinance passed by the County Board on November 10, 2016. The “Soda Tax,” proposed to close a...
Karla Borja, The University of Tampa Ashley R. Burns, The University of Tampa
January 7, 2020
Suzie Young was the owner and manager of Young Consulting Inc., a small, marketing services company located in Tampa, Florida. The mission of Young Consulting was to attend to the promotion and advertising needs of small businesses in the area by...
Robert Spitzer, S.J.
September 12, 2019
The purpose of this article is to provide professors and students in Jesuit business schools with the information necessary to justify and use ten principles that continue the distincively Jesuit approach to business and economics. Jesuits are not...
June 1, 2018
This study analyzes the role institutions have in shaping incentives within the shark fin market. It combines literature findings from multifarious fields of fisheries economics, shark biology, and institutional economics to provide an argument that...
Robert Salvino, Trevor Tarleton, Nicole Kuhn, Raegan Kauffman
June 1, 2018
Tourism-based economies throughout the world are experiencing a surge in growth, driven in part by decreases in travel costs, increases in the average time available for leisure, and decreases in information costs. In the warmer climes, demographic...