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Goizueta Doctoral Candidate Jonathan Gomez Martinez

Meet Goizueta: Jonathan Gomez Martinez

Doctoral Student Overcomes Odds; Explores the Social Cost of AI-based Automation For someone who once thought college was out of reach, Jonathan Gomez Martinez 19C...

Decoding Hierarchies in Business: When is Having a Boss a Benefit...

Most companies around the world have a leader, whether that title is a President, CEO, or Founder. There’s almost always someone at the very...

Retro Appeal: Research Reveals the Reasons Behind Vintage Shopping in Turbulent...

Why buy vintage? Reasons abound. It’s kinder to the environment. It’s usually cheaper. It’s back in style. But did you know it may also...

Training Innovative AI to Provide Expert Guidance on Prescription Medications

A new wave of medications meant to treat Type II diabetes is grabbing headlines around the world for their ability to help people lose...

Should We Permit AI to Determine Gender and Race from Resumes?

The banner ads on your browser, the route Google maps suggests for you, the song Spotify plays next: algorithms are inescapable in our daily...

Mandated Restrictions on Opioid Prescriptions Have Unintended—and Deadly—Consequences

New research from Goizueta’s Diwas KC unpacks the dual impact of Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs on opioid prescriptions and heroin overdose deaths. More than two...

AI Art: What Should Fair Compensation Look Like?

New research from Goizueta’s David Schweidel looks at questions of compensation to human artists when images based on their work are generated via artificial...
Goizueta Business School

Goizueta Faculty Shine Bright with Latest Achievements

The faculty of Goizueta Business School have continued to rake in major accomplishments throughout the past year, from publishing new books to receiving recognition...

Celebrating Black History Month All Year Long

At Emory Business, we spotlight the remarkable achievements of students, alumni, and faculty who embody Black excellence all year long. As we continue our...

Small Changes Can Save Lives: How a Police Officer’s First Words...

Britt Nestor knew something needed to change.  Nestor is a police officer in North Carolina. Unlike many in her field, who recite interview-ready responses about...

Hurricanes and Natural Disasters Linked to “Grocery Tax” for Lower-Income Americans

Research from Goizueta's William Schmidt uncovers the disproportionate impact of natural disasters on low-income families' access to essentials. Global warming is accelerating severe weather...
How to Fight Fakery and Build Consumer Trust

Fake News, Fake Reviews: Building Trust with Online Shoppers

Online customer reviews have become a critically important cog in the sales conversion process in recent years. Studies show that 97 percent of consumers...