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)

Joe Hahn

Joe Hahn

Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Finance

Quantitative analysis for the purposes of modeling risky decision making, price forecasting, and valuation

Financial Modeling Strategic Planning Computational Finance Environmental Engineering Petroleum Engineering Decision Analysis Pricing Forecasts and Valuation Capital Investment Strategies Real Options Models of Uncertainty Valuation and Project Economics Decision Optimization

Kapil Jain

Kapil Jain

Senior Lecturer, Department of Marketing

Marketing

Marketing Management New Product Design Multi-Channel Marketing Product Development Marketing Research Consumer Information Processing Hybrid Products

Ross Jennings

Ross Jennings

Professor

Understanding financial accounting and reporting

Financial Reporting Financial Statement Analysis International Business

Robert Freeman

Robert Freeman

Department Chair, Professor

Freeman, Robert N., Arthur Andersen & Co. Alumni Centennial Professor in Accounting

Financial Accounting Capital Markets Financial Reporting

Ty Henderson

Ty Henderson

Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing

Understanding consumer choice and sales promotion strategies, especially in the context of public goods and cause-related marketing

Consumer Behaviour Sales Promotion Premium Programs Non-Compensatory Choice Brand Analytics Marketing Strategy Marketing Research Statistical Analysis

Steve Gilbert

Steve Gilbert

Professor, Department of Information, Risk, and Operations Management

Understanding the latest issues in supply chain and product & operations management

Supply Chain Management Production and Operations Management

Kate Gillespie

Kate Gillespie

Associate Professor, Department of Marketing

International Marketing, and Business in Emerging Markets

International Marketing Business in Emerging Markets

Y. Sekou Bermiss

Y. Sekou Bermiss

Assistant Professor, Department of Management

Examining the effects of financial performance and corporate social responsibility in the market valuation of firms

Data Analysis Organizational Theory Organizational Strategy Market Analysis Market Research Management

Naveed Chehrazi

Naveed Chehrazi

Assistant Professor, Department of Information, Risk and Operations Management

Information economics, system dynamics, and the banking and credit card industries

Credit Cards Information Economics Probability and Statistics System Dynamics Pricing Revenue Management Optimal Control of Nonlinear Systems Economics of Uncertainty Stochastic Processes Corporate Strategy

Susan Broniarczyk

Susan Broniarczyk

Professor, Department of Marketing

Understanding consumer behavior, marketing strategies, judgment and decision making

Consumer Behaviour Brand Management Product Marketing Human Perception Consumer Satisfaction Decision Making Goal Achievement Retailing Strategies Consumer Choice

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