Solving A Financial Mystery
A phenomenon known as the “beta anomaly” has puzzled stock market experts for decades. Assistant professor Scott Murray has uncovered what’s behind it.
Public health messaging about the safety of e-cigarettes needs to account for the worldviews of different target audiences, according to a Georgia State study.
The Coca-Cola Foundation has awarded Georgia State University a $2.6 million grant to expand the Coca-Cola First Generation Scholarship program by funding scholarships and initiatives to help with student retention and increase study-abroad opportunities.
Federal officials considering new regulations on tobacco products should give more weight to the fact that a majority of smokers are unhappy about feeling addicted to cigarettes, and should put less emphasis on the theory that smokers who quit are losing “pleasure” in their lives, according to a recent study.
College of Education & Human Development Assistant Professor Stephanie Behm Cross received an $8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Innovation and Improvement to expand and improve a teacher residency program.