The University of Texas at Austin, McCombs School of Business

The University of Texas at Austin, McCombs School of Business The University of Texas at Austin, McCombs School of Business

2100 Speedway, Austin, 78712, TX, US

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The McCombs School is one of the largest and most distinguished top-tier business schools in the country. Our faculty members are ranked the 5th most productive researchers in the world, and they are ranked No. 3 Best Professors by Princeton Review.

The Texas BBA program is ranked 6th by Bloomberg Businessweek, and McCombs has more top-10 undergraduate specializations than any school except Wharton (Univ. of Pennsylvania). The Texas MBA program is ranked No. 15 by U.S. News and World Report. The accounting program is ranked No. 1 in undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate programs.

McCombs educates more than 12,000 students each year, creating one of the largest cumulative impacts of any business school in the world. About 2,000 professionals also participate each year in programs designed for working executives and their firms. These Texas Executive Education programs are held in our first-class AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center.

The school has strong areas of focus including entrepreneurship, energy and sustainability, ethics, public policy, healthcare management, real estate finance, technology management and commercialization, investment, and management consulting.

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Experts (83)

Karen Landolt

Karen Landolt

Lecturer, Department of Business, Government and Society

Focusing on the ethical and social responsibilities in business through service learning.

Business Law Business Ethics Entrepreneurship Career Development Leadership Program Development Entrepreneurial Consulting

Francisco Polidoro

Francisco Polidoro

Associate Professor and College of Business Administration Foundation Advisory Council Centennial Fellow

Knowledge management, social networks, strategic alliances, strategic management, technology and innovation

Knowledge Management Social Networks Strategic Alliances Strategic Management Technology and Innovation Management Product Development Technology Competition Innovation and Creativity Competition and Collaboration Managing Knowledge Workers Alliances and Acquisitions

Andrew Henderson

Andrew Henderson

Associate Professor, Department of Management

Corporate governance, leadership and innovation, executive compensation, decision theory, change management, and strategy

Corporate Governance Decision Theory Organizational Change and Redesign Organizational Design Strategic Management Executive Compensation Ceo Compensation Technological Change Leadership Strategy Managing High-Technology Firms

Brian Richter

Brian Richter

Assistant Professor, Department of Business, Government and Society

Political economy, non-market strategy, business and politics, and corporate social responsibility

Strategic Management Corporate Social Responsibility Economics Governmental Regulation Strategy

Caroline Bartel

Caroline Bartel

Associate Professor, Department of Management

Understanding how to keep employees engaged in the workplace, especially during organizational change

Collaboration Managerial Group and Organizational Decision Making Organizational Identification Processes Organizational Behavior

John Allison

John Allison

Professor, Department of Business, Government and Society

A leading researcher of patents, patent systems, and patent litigation

Intellectual Property Rights Patent Law Patent Systems Patent Litigation Trade Secrets Copyright Law Trademark Law Internet Regulation

John S. Butler

John S. Butler

Professor of Management

Entrepreneurship, wealth creation, venture capital, minority entrepreneurship, race and economics

Entrepreneurship Venture Capital Immigrant and Minority Owned Businesses Organizational Behavior Black Leadership Racial Integration Technology and Economic Growth U.S. Military and Leadership Innovation and Creativity Austin Entrepreneurship

David Harrison

David Harrison

Professor, Department of Management

Performance influences in organizations, including diversity, work role adjustment, time, executive judgment and decision making

Organizational Diversity Work Roles and Behaviour Executive Decision Making Team Dynamics Business Ethics Leadership Traits Employee Voice Telecommuting Workplace Communication and Knowledge Sharing Absenteeism and Time Management Employee Disability and Health Issues

Rajiv Garg

Rajiv Garg

Assistant Professor, Department of Information, Risk, and Operations Management

Influence of social networks and mobile technologies on people and markets

E-Business Social Networks Music Industry Business Intelligence Linkedin Online Communities Information Diffusion Data Analytics Mobile App Strategy Online Marketing

Doug Dierking

Doug Dierking

Assistant Department Chair, Department of Management

Developing and using negotiation and leadership skills and leading teams effectively in the 21st century

Organizational Behaviour Organizational Culture Organizational Change and Design Organizational Learning and Change Human Resource Management Leadership Management Science Workplace Environment Negotiations

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