Category Archives: Faculty Spotlight

2015-2016 Center for Family Business Interim Chair Brings Consulting Expertise to College

Family business consultant JoAnne Norton was appointed as the interim Rick Muth Endowed Chair for Family Business for the 2015-2016 academic year. Norton will teach undergraduate coursework on family business and will lead a research assignment. For 20 years, Mihaylo … Continue reading

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Has Social Media Made Traditional Branding Obsolete?

Mihaylo Marketing Professor Chiranjeev Kohli has recently coauthored a study, “Will Social Media Kill Branding?” discussing the impact of Web 2.0 technologies on marketing. Kohli discusses his research, background and the future of marketing. “For most companies, branding is their … Continue reading

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Larry Howard: Mihaylo Professor with a Passion for Microeconomics

Mihaylo Economics Professor Larry Howard teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses in microeconomics. His research has included studies of economic policies impacting disadvantaged populations, including healthcare studies. Howard discusses his background and research on Medicaid. “For many students, taking a … Continue reading

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Introducing Mike Daniel, Director of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

Mihaylo business administration alumnus Mike Daniel ’99 is the new director of the CSU Fullerton office of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC), which provides no-cost business advising to small business owners. He discusses his academic and professional background and … Continue reading

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Cuba and Vietnam: Transitioning from Command Economies to Free Market Systems

With the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 and free market reforms in China that has enabled it to become the world’s second-largest economy, there are only a few nations that still retain command economies. Among these are Cuba … Continue reading

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