NMSU Business Outlook: February 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. It’s written for business practitioners and laypersons like you. If you prefer not to receive these subscriber emails, which link to each new monthly issue, please contact me at mhyman@nmsu.edu and I’ll remove your email address from the subscriber list. That said, you may want to try a few issues before deciding. That said, please try a few issues before deciding. Thanks, and feel free to forward the email address of anyone you believe would appreciate these monthly alerts.
Mike Hyman, Executive Editor


Ten Tips for Eating Better

Ms. Alyssa Reynolds, NMSU
Dr. Collin R. Payne, NMSU
Dr. Mihai Niculescu, NMSU

You can eat better by changing not just what you eat but how you eat. Our research has revealed these ten health tips.

Complete Article: Ten Tips for Eating Better

Are Anti-child-abuse Ads Ethical and Effective?

Dr. Michael R. Hyman, NMSU
Dr. Haseeb A. Shabbir, Hull University
Dr. Simos Chari, Leeds University

Given their expense, the psychodynamic they induce among many viewers, and the lack of empirical evidence for their efficacy, studies to assess anti-child-abuse ad campaigns are warranted. Our findings suggest caution in the design of anti-child-abuse ads that cater simultaneously to discouraging child abuse and soliciting funds for child protection services.

Complete Article: Are Anti-child-abuse Ads Ethical and Effective?

From the Editor: Interesting Articles You May Have Missed

Can’t find enough to read online? Here are links to interesting articles—many posted on NMSU’s KRWG website—that you may have missed during the last month.

Complete Article: Interesting Articles You May Have Missed

Talking Points

Dr. Christopher A. Erickson, NMSU

The data is in for 2013; economically, New Mexico in general and Las Cruces in particular are dead in the water. New Mexico employment grew only 0.4 percent during 2013 while Las Cruces employment remained unchanged. These disappointing results derive from the federal sequester.

Complete Article: Talking Points


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