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NMSU Business Outlook: November 2014

A Short Note to New Subscribers Welcome new subscribers! NMSU Business Outlook is a free, monthly online publication sponsored by NMSU’s College of Business. Its primary audience is business practitioners and laypersons. If you prefer not to receive these alert emails, which link to each new issue, please contact me at mhyman@nmsu.edu and I’ll remove your email address from the subscriber l More »

NMSU Business Outlook: October 2014

A Short Note to New Subscribers Welcome new subscribers! NMSU Business Outlook is a free, monthly online publication sponsored by NMSU’s College of Business. Its primary audience is business practitioners and laypersons. If you prefer not to receive these alert emails, which link to each new issue, please contact me at mhyman@nmsu.edu and I’ll remove your email address from the subscriber l More »

LC Bulletin: Stockholders making money, others not so much

October 3, 2014. Retrieved online October 6, 2014 from Alta LeCompte, Las Cruces Bulletin [Excerpts below reprinted with permission: Read the complete Las Cruces Bulletin article] “Over the last year, the New Mexico economy can be easily compared with the New Mexico State football team,” economics professor Jim Peach said at the semi-annual KRWG-Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce More »

KRWG News: Chamber Economic Forum #12, Sept. 25, 2014

KRWG News Published on Sep 25, 2014 KRWG-TV 's Chamber Economic Forum is a quarterly forum of three business professors from New Mexico State University who cover the national economy, a regional update, the latest on the financial markets and answer questions from the studio audience. Fred Martino is the moderator for the forum and the professors are Dr. Jim Peach, Dr. Chris Erickson an More »

NMSU Business Outlook: September 2014

Advertising, Information and Society (Part 2) Dr. Dennis A. Kopf, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater; Dr. Ivonne M. Torres, NMSU The authors’ main goal is to describe a conceptual framework for viewing the Internet as a market for information. Complete Article: Advertising, Information and Society (Part 2) Viewers’ Responses to Sporting Event Ads with Textese Dr. Michael R. Hyman, More »

NMSU Business Outlook: August 2014

Advertising, Information and Society (Part 1) Dr. Dennis A. Kopf, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, and Dr. Ivonne M. Torres, NMSU The authors’ main goal is to describe a conceptual framework for viewing the Internet as a market for information. Complete Article: Advertising, Information and Society (Part 1) Tribal Leakage: How the Trust Land Curse Impedes Tribal Economic Self-Sust More »

NMSU Business Outlook: July 2014

Please Welcome Dean Hoffman Dr. James Hoffman, a professor and former associate dean in the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University, is the new dean of our College of Business. He taught courses in strategy, management, leadership and information systems for 15 years at Texas Tech, eventually serving as associate dean for MBA Programs and Executive Education. Prior to his time at Tex More »

NMSU Business Outlook: June 2014

The Sales Manager Role in Judgment by Experts Forecasting Dr. Robin T. Peterson, NMSU Forecasters use various methods to estimate future sales. Each method is useful for specific applications and in certain situations. One popular method is judgment by experts, under which seasoned managers and technical specialists make judgment-based forecasts. Complete Article: The Sales Manager Role in More »