Today’s Kelley students are tomorrow’s leaders. For more than 90 years — first in Bloomington and later in Indianapolis, online, and for top companies — the Kelley School of Business has prepared students to lead organizations, start companies, develop new products and services, and shape business knowledge and policy.
Professor of Marketing
Franklin Acito's research focuses on marketing strategy, research methods, and the application of research methods to management decisions.
Market & Survey Research Marketing Strategies Survey Sampling Information Technology Marketing Research
Clinical Assistant Professor of Business Economics
Kyle Anderson is an economist researching business and pricing in online environments.
Business Economics Industrial Organization E-Commerce Online Pricing
Clinical Assistant Professor in Accounting
Angela Andrews' research interests include executive perks, corporate governance, and personal finance.
Personal Finance Executive Perks Corporate Governance
Clinical Associate Professor of Marketing
Consumer researcher focused on internal and external factors that influence consumer confidence and readiness-to-act.
Consumer Research Choice Confidence Developing Consumer Confidence Decision-Making Marketing Strategies for Entrepreneurs Marketing Strategy Development Goal-Setting and Pursuit Online Education Career Assessment Career Planning
Assistant Professor of Operations Management
Expert in Sustainable Business Practices
Environmental Performance Corporate Social Responsibility Big Data Sustainable Development Operations Strategy Supply Chain Strategy Predictive Analytics Operations Management Strategy
M&E, Associate Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship
Sophi Bacq is an expert in social entrepreneurship, social innovation, catalytic innovation and qualitative research.
Higher Education Social Sciences Research Entrepreneurship Qualitative Research Data Analysis
Associate Professor of Information Systems
Information technology expert, focusing on the implementation of enterprise systems that radically change organizational business processes
IT-Enabled Business Process Change and Management IT Use and Impacts Strategic Use of IT in Health Care Enterprise Systems Implementation
Randall L. Tobias Chair in Leadership
Professor Baldwin has published his research in leading academic and professional outlets.
Organizational Change Managerial Skill Assessment Organizational Behavior Human Resource Management Leadership Education Higher Education Marketing Strategy Public Speaking University Teaching Data Analysis
Assistant Professor of Decision and Information Technologies
Assistant Prof. George Ball is an expert in the causes and effects of product recalls, lean manufacturing and quality management.
Quality Management Product Recalls Lean Manufacturing
Professor of Accounting
Messod D. Beneish’s professional interests include detecting financial statement fraud, mergers and acquisitions, and financial distress.
Financial Distress Accounting Financial Statement Fraud Mergers and Acquisitions Economics Manager's Trading Incentives
Industry Experience (5)
- Business Services
- Financial Services
- Training and Development