"Miami Herbert Review" Debuts as New Digital Publication for Faculty Thought Leadership

"Miami Herbert Review" Debuts as New Digital Publication for Faculty Thought Leadership

By Robert Wagenseil

"Miami Herbert Review" Debuts as New Digital Publication for Faculty Thought Leadership

By Robert Wagenseil
Miami Herbert Business School launched a new publication to showcase the expertise, research and thought leadership of its faculty. The Miami Herbert Review explores diverse topics in business and highlights the School's cutting-edge research, which drives business changes and shapes public policy. 

The Review aims to stimulate intellectual curiosity through thought-provoking articles and engaging narratives. By contextualizing research topics, the articles allow readers to more fluidly ascertain new knowledge and, perhaps, gain a greater appreciation for business research.

The debut issue features the following faculty and research insights:

  • Emma Boswell DeanA Lesson from India: Pharmaceutical Price Caps May Hurt Those They Intend to Benefit
  • Stefanos Delikouras and George KorniotisIf Price Fundamentals are Determinants, Cryptocurrency is Here to Stay
  • Khrystyna Bochkay, Roman Chychyla and Dhananjay Nanda: New CEOs Tackle Outsider Uncertainty by Nailing First Impressions
  • Yadong Luo: The Springboard Theory Revisited: New Insights A Decade Later

 

The Miami Herbert Review can be viewed online or delivered via email.