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Exploring the Concept of Virality and HealthCare.gov Referrals
Mr. David De Alejandro, NMSU; Dr. James M. Leonhardt, NMSU
What do outrageous dance parties, the linguistic characteristics of foxes, and Miley Cyrus’s music video antics have in common? They have all captured our attention recently thanks to the viral spread of information on the internet.
Complete Article: Exploring the Concept of Virality and HealthCare.gov Referrals
Do Western Principles Influence East Asian CEOs’ Managerial Philosophy and Practices? (Part 1)
Dr. Yu-Feng (Winnie) Lee, NMSU
Dr. Lee explores the philosophical orientation of East Asian CEOs and how Western principles moderate their management practices. In particular, Confucian ‘Wu Yu’—morality/virtue, wisdom/intellectual, physical ability/sportsmanship, collectivism/cooperation, and aesthetics/elegance—influences the managerial philosophy and practices of East Asian CEOs with international professional and/or academic experience.
News & Notes
Meet Our Faculty: Dr. Mihai Niculescu, Marketing
Interviewer: Ms. Alena Kostyk, NMSU
Dr. Mihai Niculescu is Assistant Professor of Marketing at NMSU and a co-director of the Consumer Behavior Lab in the College of Business. His research interests range from choices consumers make to decision biases and irrational behavior.
Complete Article: Meet Our Faculty: Dr. Mihai Niculescu, Marketing
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
Dr. Christopher A. Erickson, NMSU
Las Cruces saw employment growth based on the household survey (up 2.0%) and the establishment survey (up 0.7%). Statewide, employment growth is mixed—up in one survey but down in the other survey. A major controversy is developing in Las Cruces concerning the minimum wage. Communidad de Accion y de Fe (CAFé) is working on a ballot proposal to raise the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour. An alternative proposal by two city councilors would raise the minimum wage to $8.50 per hour.
Complete Article: Talking Points