LSU Shreveport Students to Present Business Research
October 31, 2011
LSU Shreveport students will present their research projects at the LSUS Business Student Research Forum Thursday, November 10, 2011 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the University Center. The top two research posters will be announced during the Forum and receive a cash prize.
The Forum will showcase the quality and diversity of LSUS business student research projects. Projects this year include business case studies based on student interaction with actual businesses; survey data results or results of other empirical studies; secondary research related to a business firm or particular industry; and simulation/modeling research.
The Forum will feature 27 business research posters by 33 graduate and undergraduate students. There are 11 faculty mentors.
The Forum is open to the public. For more information, please contact Dr. Binshan Lin at 318.797.5025.
Below is the complete list of research posters:
• An Examination of the Macroeconomic Forces that Influence Casino Performance
• Apartment Valuation: A case Study of Shreveport-Bossier Apartments
• Breast Cancer Early Detection Initiatives: Are They Cost Effective?
• Commercial Viability of Natural Gas as an Alternative Fuel
• Consumer Banking: The New Banking Environment
• Does Customer Courtesy Parallel with Profitability?
• Does race, Gender & Major Impact LSU-S Business Graduates?
• Earthquake in Japan: How Japanese Automobile Manufacturers Reacted to Disaster
• Factors that Contribute to the Caddo Parish School Dropout Rate
• Full-Time vs. Temporary Employees: Cost Benefit Analysis
• Hard Work or Coincidence: What Helps Leads Close Quicker?
• Historical Analysis of Louisiana's Oil Prices
• Is the Fair Tax a Regressive Tax?
• Margaritaville Casinos Forecasted Effect on the Shreveport-Bossier City Gaming Revenues
• Military Entrance Processing Station Work Flow Restructuring for Cost Reduction
• Natural Gas Pricing Modeling and Issues
• Reshaping Business Decorum: Employees Impact on Businesses
• Restoration of the Rebenstein Building: Projected Costs and Revenues
• Royal Caribbean Business Analysis
• Royal Customers vs. Enthusiastic Customers: A Comparison
• The Benefits of Electronic Health Records in Medical Clinics
• The Changing Roles of Japanese Women in the Japanese Business World
• The Effects of Occupational Stereotyping on Local Businesses
• Trends & the Middle Class
• Vehicle Maintenance Costs at Chem-Air, Inc.
• Why Ethics is Important in the World of Accounting?
• Will Gold's Value Continue to Shine or Tarnish Its Name?
Media Contact: Binshan Lin , 318.797.5025 (firstname.lastname@example.org)