Intra-team rivalry can, under the right circumstances, boost individual and team performance. But beware the dark side.
A handy primer to the sweeping tax law changes enacted by Congress two years ago that can help you navigate the good news and the not-so-good news.
When looking at innovative financial products like credit default swaps, you need to look at the totality of the related effects they have on firms and their stakeholders.
Models that have been successful in other countries can shed light on how pension capital might evolve into a financing solution for desperately needed U.S. public infrastructure improvements.
Rethinking the MBA means keeping our commitment to the MBA as the gold standard of educational excellence, while looking for innovative ways to increase access for talented students.
A recent study that shows pregnant women with long-distance commutes are at higher risk for adverse birth outcomes highlights the need for more public discussion about prenatal care.
The Center for Supply Chain Research at Lehigh's 2019 Fall Forum will explore the technology, techniques, and tactics companies need to succeed.
When high-tech jobs boom in an area, immigration often does, too. But it primarily occurs at the lower-skilled end of the labor spectrum, research shows.
This is the landing page for the MS in Accounting at Lehigh Business.
Supply chain operations performance on Mondays is worse than other weekdays. If supply chain managers are not aware of that, how can they possibly deal with it?