April 21, 2014



Median home prices dropping in Phoenix area

Two negative trends are clouding the Phoenix-area housing market right now, according to a new report from the W. P. Carey School of Business.


Increasing collaborative opportunities with China

Experts share their experiences and discuss their strategies in seizing opportunities and overcoming the challenges of working with China on economic collaborations.


Study asks: Would you want to know about a terrorist threat?

A new business study provides surprising details about how Americans view secrecy very differently, depending on the type of plot.


Business:  The riddle of cage-free eggs

Reporter Emily Lambert features new research by business professor Timothy Richards in a Forbes article about cage-free eggs and organic produce.


Hear from top business leaders in new Economic Club of Phoenix season

A Nobel Prize winner, a top investment executive and the makers of many well-known household products are among those slated to speak during the new Economic Club of Phoenix season.


Will organic fruit, vegetables get cheaper soon?

A new business study looks at why organic produce prices have been so high, why they're finally starting to plunge, and whether a new safety risk is being introduced.


Home prices likely to stay flat for rest of year

The author of a new business report states Phoenix-area housing prices are likely to stay essentially flat until the middle of next year.


Shorter E.R. times in hospitals with advanced electronic records

A new study shows that the time spent in hospital emergency rooms with the most advanced type of electronic medical records is about 22 percent less than at other hospitals.


Business | Nursing and Health Care | News coverage:  Only advanced electronic medical records reduce ER time

Reporter Katherine Hobson discusses a new W. P. Carey School of Business study on electronic medical records and emergency room wait times in her Health Blog for The Wall Street Journal.


W. P. Carey School of Business ranks in Top 30 again

ASU's School of Business ranks in the Top 30 on two new, highly regarded lists from "U.S. News & World Report" and Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

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