The Indiana University Kelley School of Business working paper series includes abstracts and research papers in a wide range of business disciplines, including accounting, business economics and public policy, business law and ethics, finance, management and entrepreneurship, marketing, and operations and decision technologies. Established in 1920, the Kelley School of Business aims to produce research that advances both theory and practice. The Kelley School emphasizes a collaborative approach that encourages the creation of value-added partnerships among faculty, students, alumni, other universities and academic units, and private-sector and not-for-profit organizations. The School's programs consistently are ranked among the top business programs in the world. These programs include undergraduate, MBA (fulltime, evening, online, and business of medicine), online MS, graduate accounting, graduate information systems, doctoral, and certificate and nondegree executive education. Between the Bloomington and Indianapolis campuses, the Kelley School has over 280 faculty, 9,000 students, and 100,000 living alumni.
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