Faculty + Research

Twice in a lifetime

By Matt Weeks

Nov. 8, 2018

Numbers govern our lives. Bank account balances, blood pressure, SAT scores -- they help define who we are and where we're going. Some numbers affecting our daily lives are beyond our control -- age, height and U.S. GDP -- while others, such as the calories we consume, are up to us.

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The gold standard for economic forecasts

By Doug Monroe

Georgia Economic Outlook

Nov. 8, 2018

For decades the Selig Center for Economic Growth, and its director Jeffrey Humphreys, have mined the numbers to offer Georgia the 'gold standard for economic forecasts'

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Down beat: David Lowery discusses the future of artists' rights

By Charles McNair

David Lowery

Nov. 8, 2018

The advent of internet music access rocked the economic model that once supported mid- and lower-tier artists. Music stalwart and Terry lecturer David Lowery advocates for 'rights holders' in a discordant system

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What's in store: the rise of analytics

By Ed Morales

The rise of analytics is changing the art of business, and Terry’s students, faculty and alumni are working to decipher insights the infinite streams of data reveal

Nov. 8, 2018

The rise of analytics is changing the art of business, and Terry's students, faculty and alumni are working to decipher insights the infinite streams of data reveal

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Why venting at work just makes you angrier

By Matt Weeks

Oct. 3, 2018

Venting is a common practice for employees who experience unfair situations at work, but new research co-authored by Terry College faculty suggests that letting off steam can do more harm than good.

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Five Terry professors named to endowed faculty chairs

Oct. 2, 2018

Five longtime Terry College of Business faculty members were recently appointed to privately endowed chairs or professorships.

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