Best Paper Award "Interdisciplinary Education for Global Strategy" at the American Society for Competitiveness Conference

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Congratulations to Professor Jayanti Bandyopadhyay, accounting and finance, Professor Linda Coleman, marketing and decision sciences, and Scott DeWolfe, grad student for the Best Paper Award "Interdisciplinary Education for Global Strategy" at the American Society for Competitiveness Conference October 27-29, 2011.

The American Society for Competitiveness is a national association of academics, business executives and policy makers who share a commitment to improving competitiveness at individual, firm, industry, country, region, and global levels. The society was established in 1989 to provide a forum for the interdisciplinary and cross-sector communication needed to address competitiveness, the Society fosters the exchange of information and ideas among individuals who bring differing perspectives and expertise to the issue. The Society sponsors a national conference annually, publishes four journals, and offers several national awards annually.