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2018 Waseda – IAC Digital Government Rankings Released

Countries in all regions of the world are continuing to make strides in efforts to enhance Digital Government and foster digital innovation according to a new report launched today by The Institute of D-Government at Waseda University, Tokyo in cooperation with the International Academy of CIO (IAC). The Institute of Digital Government, Waseda University headed […]

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Assistive Technology Conference Explores Smart Homes and Technology for Senior Housing

Written by Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship on November 12, 2018. The Fourth Mason Assistive Technology Conference was held last October 30 at Founders Hall in Arlington with the theme “Innovations in Smart Homes & Smart Cities: Assistive Technologies and Building Safe and Supportive Communities for Aging and Special Needs.” The conference was co-hosted by the […]

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Klimoski named Associate Dean for Research for the School of Business at Mason

Richard Klimoski has been chosen to fill the newly created position of Associate Dean for Research (ADR) for the School of Business at George Mason University. He currently holds a dual appointment as Professor of Psychology and Management. In this new assignment he will collaborate with Dean Peiperl and the other School senior leaders in […]

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New Mason Research Policies: Authorship Guidelines, Human Subjects Research, and Conflict of Interest Disclosure Procedures for Sponsored Projects

Updated and new Mason Research Procedures and Policies were announced by Office of Sponsored Programs and the Office of the Provost recently that will impact our work in the School of Business. Here is a recap of information about the new policies for your review: George Mason Authorship Guidelines: The University has updated polices recently […]

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BizEd on Why It’s Critical That Business Schools Realign Their Incentives to Encourage Faculty to Produce Research Useful to Society

A recent article by William Glick, Anne Tsui, and Gerald Davis on May 02, 2018, in BizEd addresses the need for business schools to encourage faculty research designed less to enhance scholarly reputations and more to produce returns for society. The article explains that the current funding model for business school research has some issues: Stakeholders […]

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