Bringing timely insights - straight to your desk

Fuqua’s thought leaders now share their expertise directly with you, in a series of live conversations focused on business in the context of current events. In this series one of the school’s experts will be offering insights on a relevant topic in a half-hour live session - including answering your questions - on our LinkedIn page.

Our faculty are leading scholars in their fields, passionate about their work and world renowned for both teaching and research. By collaborating with thought leaders, experts, policy makers, and fellow researchers within and beyond their areas, they’re creating insights that fuel action.

Discussions happen weekdays at 12:30pm Eastern (-4 UTC) on Fuqua’s LinkedIn page, where you can also stay on top of our latest research and connect with members in our network.

How To Access Live Sessions

  • Follow Fuqua on LinkedIn.
  • Mark your calendar to tune-in at 12:30 p.m. ET for the session.
  • If you’re unable to participate live or don’t use LinkedIn, captioned videos will be available below for you to view whenever you get a chance.

Next Live Session

Jamie Jones – Wednesday, July 15, 2020 – 12:30 PM EDT 

Jamie Jones, Management and Organization, Executive Director for Fuqua’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation – Learn More 

Jamie Jones​​​​​​​

Upcoming Sessions

July 22 – TBD


July 29 – Daniel Vermeer, Operations Management, Executive Director for Fuqua’s Center for Energy, Development, and the Global Environment - Learn More 

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Past Sessions

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Seven Threats to the Economic Recovery

Professor Campbell Harvey outlines seven factors, such as policy missteps or a debt overhang, that could threaten an economic recovery from COVID-19. (7/8/20)

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COVID-19 & Marketing: Insights from The CMO Survey

Professor Christine Moorman discusses the impact of COVID-19 on marketing and offers forward-looking benchmarks and new opportunities for marketing leaders to consider. (7/1/2020)


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The Fed’s Response to the COVID Crisis

Professor Anna Cieslak analyzes the Federal Reserve’s response to the COVID-19 crisis and the implications for financial markets and the U.S. economy. (6/24/20)


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How Can Societal Events Become Catalysts of Change?

Professor Angelica Leigh provides insights into how events like the death of George Floyd affect Black employees, and how these events can spark sustained efforts towards equality in organizations. (6/18/20)


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The Most Important Reason Firms Should Ask Workers What They Think

Professor Hemant Kakkar explains the role of employee voice in creating justice not only in business, but in society at large. (6/17/20)


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CEO Activism and Race

Strategy professor Aaron “Ronnie” Chatterji discusses CEO responses to issues of social and racial justice, what motivates them and the risks and rewards they must consider in a polarized presidential election year. (6/16/20)


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The Psychology of Stereotypes

Professor Rick Larrick explains the psychology of stereotypes and why it's so challenging to counteract the impacts of bias in day-to-day business. (6/15/20)


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Discrimination in Financial Markets

Accounting professor Bill Mayew discusses historic discrimination in financial markets, including research he conducted that documents race discrimination in higher education bond markets that has affected historically black colleges and universities. (6/12/20)


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The Subtle Ways Discrimination and Inequality Are Perpetuated

Professor Aaron Kay explains how individual and societal beliefs uphold systems of discrimination, often in unexpected ways. (6/11/20)


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What Leaders Need to Know About Race in the U.S.

Leadership and diversity scholar Ashleigh Shelby Rosette provides context to understanding racially-charged events in the U.S., how leaders can communicate about race, and actionable steps to address racial equality at work and in communities. (6/10/20)


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The Impact of COVID-19 on Private Equity

Professor David T. Robinson analyzes the pandemic’s effects on private equity and what this means for small, emerging, and innovative businesses. (6/3/20)


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Why You Might Not Get a COVID-19 Vaccine Anytime Soon

Professor David Ridley, faculty director of the Health Sector Management program, explains why few people will be immunized against COVID-19 in 2021, even if scientists develop an effective vaccine this year. (5/27/20)


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How will you find a job in 2020? Don’t apply.

Professors Ines Black and Sharique Hasan's research shows that more than half of U.S. workers got their most recent job not by applying, but because of companies’ efforts to recruit them. What does this mean now that competition for jobs is at an all-time high? (5/20/20)


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Why Many Small Businesses Have Missed Out on Federal Loans

Finance professor Manju Puri analyzes where federal financial relief for small businesses is going and strategies to get more funds to the businesses that need it most. (5/13/20)


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Why Some People Ignore COVID-19 Restrictions

Marketing and psychology professor Gavan Fitzsimons explains why some people reject orders to stay home, wear masks or follow other guidelines during a pandemic, and what communities can do to increase the odds that these individuals will cooperate. (5/6/20) 


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The Impact of COVID-19 on Health Systems and Patient Care

Peter Ubel, Madge and Dennis T. McLawhorn University Professor of Business, Public Policy, and Medicine discusses the impacts of COVID-19 on health systems and patient care. (4/29/20)


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COVID-19 Drives CFO Optimism Down to Great Recession Levels

John Graham, D. Richard Mead Jr. Family Professor and director of the Duke University/CFO Global Business Outlook for more than 20 years, offered insights on how COVID-19 has impacted CFO optimism and business prospects around the world. (4/22/20)


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During COVID-19, Every Business is an Impact Business

Cathy Clark, faculty director of Fuqua's Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship addressed the ways entrepreneurs can find financial relief during COVID-19, including grants, loans, and other cash equivalents for enterprise and nonprofit businesses anywhere in the world. (4/15/2020)

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There is Light at the End of the Tunnel

Campbell Harvey, J. Paul Sticht Professor of International Business, assessed the damage to the U.S. economy from the new coronavirus and shared insights into how long the downturn could last and what it will take to bounce back. (4/8/2020) 

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Can Federal Economic Relief Save Small Businesses?

David T. Robinson, James and Gail Vander Weide Professor of Finance, shared insights on the $2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) act, which includes more than $350 billion in aid for small businesses. (4/1/2020) 

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