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Economy, e-commerce, industrial organization, online pricing, sports economics.
Corporate social responsibility, operations management, supply chain management, data science and analytics, business innovation, disruptive technology.
Music entrepreneurship, music careers, arts organization development.
Infectious diseases, infection prevention, influenza, flu, medical student education.
Industrial organization, applied econometrics, productivity, market integration.
Education, schools, teachers, family, parents, children, inequality, help-seeking, homework, parent involvement, PTOs, digital divide, health, decision-making, breastfeeding, co-sleeping, vaccines, screen time (children’s media use), social networks.
Energy justice, energy insecurity, Green New Deal, renewable energy policies, electricity markets, transportation policies, energy infrastructure, energy-based economic development, public perceptions of energy technologies.
Clinical medicine, clinical care, critical care, respiratory health, pulmonary care, pulmonary illness, pulmonary fibrosis, ventilators, hospital-acquired infections, medical teaching, medical training, clinical research.
Health policy, health research outcomes, medical research, pediatric health, children’s health, health care research, health information technology, science communication, debunking medical myths, research mentoring, faculty development.
Financial decision-making, consumer judgment and decision-making, health decision-making, self-control and goals, information effects.
Labor law, including unions, collective bargaining, NLRB processes and public sector unions; employment law, including employment contracts, Fair Labor Standards Act (minimum wage law), OSHA (safety), workers compensation, unemployment compensation, ERISA (pensions); and the legal profession, including income, job satisfaction, hours worked, gender.
Epidemiology, infectious diseases, infectious disease surveillance, emergency preparedness planning and response, public health informatics.
Local and state public health, infectious disease, epidemiology, field epidemiology, public health surveillance (the continuous, systematic collection, analysis and interpretation of health-related data needed for the planning, implementation and evaluation of public health practice), public health leadership.
Innovation management, just-in-time manufacturing, operations strategy, quality management, world-class manufacturing, survey methodology.
Diversity, equity and inclusion, religion, politics, nonprofit organizations and management, leadership, social movements, advocacy, quantitative methods.
Evolutionary behavioral sciences, gender, intimate relationships, romantic love, social and sexual monogamy, sexual behavior, sexual and reproductive health, social/sexual monogamy, sexual and gender diversity.
Public and nonprofit management, associations, intersectoral relations, collaboration, volunteerism.
Sex and dating behavior of single adults, sex and technology, sex and medical interventions, romantic couples, virginity and social stigma, hookup culture, sextech, sexuality apps.
History, civil rights, social justice, community development.
Medical sociology, health demography, health disparities/inequalities, health behaviors, social relationships/social networks and health, the effect of the 1918 influenza pandemic on maternal/child health.
Music industry, jazz performance, arts administration, arts entrepreneurship.
Self-regulation, sports fanship and allegiance, self-esteem, self-handicapping, social psychology, decision-making, consumer judgment, political ideology.
Travel, tourism, leisure, AirBnB, vacation rentals, vacations, overtourism, tourism development, sustainability, planning, development, psychology
Community information systems, community assessments, strategic planning, data for community change, data analysis, data integration, applying geospatial technologies to analyze social issues, poverty.
Indiana folk art, traditional arts, Indiana heritage, arts and aging, public arts.
Religious congregations and charitable giving; faith-based organizations; international relief and development; faith, philanthropy, and the public good.
Effects of trauma, risk and resilience, neural regulation of vocal acoustic features, sensory and body awareness, quantitative methods for longitudinal data, psychometrics.
Environmental politics and policy, regulation and compliance, public opinion on energy and climate change, state politics and policy.
Arts administration, performing arts organizations, community engagement in the arts, arts education, teaching artistry, leadership and governance, arts and social justice, fund development in the arts.
China, politics, economy, corporate governance, economic reform, international investment, international trade, bilateral investment treaties, economic history, state-business relations, industrial policy, Belt and Road Initiative.
Nonprofit management, organizational capacity, nonprofit roles, nonprofit earned revenue, competitive giving.
Bioengineering, signal processing, wearable sensors, psychophysiology.
Public health, environmental health, food safety, communicable disease, COVID-19, water quality, pest management.
Public policy, environmental economics, arts policy, cultural economics, urban economics, disaster management, entrepreneurship, built environment.
Philanthropy, charitable giving, donations, contributions, giving, economics, economics and philanthropy, economy and giving, international philanthropy, immigrants and remittances, tax policy and giving, tax policy and charitable contributions, diversity and philanthropy, diversity and giving, African American philanthropy, black philanthropy, wealth and philanthropy, high-net-worth philanthropy, technology and philanthropy, crowdsourcing, online giving, international development, social innovation, cross-sector initiatives, financial development, African philanthropy, generosity, Philanthropy Panel Study, trends in giving, impact investing.
Community philanthropy, United Ways, community foundations.
Gender, human sexuality, sexual aggression, sexual assault, nonconsensual sex, feminist therapy.
Business strategy and economic development in emerging markets, U.S. economic policy, industry dynamics of higher education, job markets, talent shortage.
Philanthropy, economics, charitable giving, tax policy and giving, taxes and giving, charitable deduction, philanthropy and economics, philanthropy and the economy, charitable giving and the economy, contributions, donations, wealth and giving, donors, donor behavior, motivations for giving, trends in charitable giving, disaster relief, disasters and giving, nonprofits, generational differences in charitable giving, nonprofit overhead costs, fundraising costs, intergenerational transmission of generosity, charity, giving and recessions.
Cultural economics, policy and administration, nonprofit organizations, tax policy, current research concerns cultural districts and tax policy toward nonprofit organizations and charitable donations.
Data-driven marketing, customer segmentation and advertising strategies to segments, branding and corporate reputation, content marketing, digital marketing, marketing automation, database marketing, competitive intelligence systems, market research techniques, marketing strategy, marketing for new ventures, entrepreneurial marketing and women as entrepreneurs.
Poverty and inequality, Christianity and public policy, labor economics (minimum wage, unions, discrimination, etc.), health care/insurance.
Health economics and policy, the impact of state and federal regulations attempting to ease the availability of private and public health insurance for vulnerable populations, health and labor market outcomes, Affordable Care Act.
Industry and workforce analysis, economic development, Indiana economy, trade and foreign investment analysis.
Local food supply chains, food value chains, farm to consumer sales models, farm to institution, farmers markets, institutional purchasing, food councils.
Money (history of, current politics); French Revolution; restaurant history.
Fundraising, nonprofit leadership, nonprofit management.
Food systems, food policy, food access, food insecurity, local foods, agricultural transportation, agricultural energy, agricultural land use.
International trade, Lean Six Sigma, complex new product and service development, startup firms, supply chain management, global competition, corporate strategy, international manufacturing competitiveness, entrepreneurship, incubators, health care delivery, life sciences.
Parenting, teacher training, communication, behavior management, mindfulness, stress management, diversity, how to have hard conversations with kids, how to communicate about grief and loss with kids.
Anthropology, archaeology, assessment strategies, big data, citizen science, computational modeling, cultural resource management, cyborg studies, data ontologies, digital data management, free and open source software, geographic information systems, grant proposal and management, heritage management, informatics, linked open data, open data, open government data, open science, public science, scholarship of teaching and learning, science-technology-society interactions, social informatics, spatial analyses, technology-enabled active learning.