Faculty and Staff

A lifetime of international business translated into the classroom

From serving as the State of Colorado’s Senior Trade Representative to public/governmental affairs and strategic planning at Mobil Oil and that later became ExxonMobil, Kautt’s experience shines in the classroom.

Hierarchy isn’t always harmful to innovation

Kelly E. See’s research studies effects of hierarchical structure on different stages of innovation.

Jian Yang weighs in on crude oil futures at top commodities conference

Professor Jian Yang was a keynote speaker in the 13th China (Shenzhen) International Derivatives Forum

How the presiding party impacts your portfolio and the economy

Research conducted by Assistant Professor Yosef Bonaparte explores the influence of the political party in power on personal finances and the overall US economy 

Helping doctors use medical histories to make smarter decisions

Michael Mannino, PhD, outlines how identifying similarities between patients and their medical histories can help drive more informed decisions for diagnoses and treatment.

Turning a profit by exchanging health information

Professor’s research outlines how health information exchanges can stay in business after grant funding runs out.

CU Denver business professor presents to national leaders on research in energy markets

The J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities’ research chair presents research to leading industry and policymakers last week at a US Energy Information Administration (EIA) workshop.

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