Kellogg School of Management is the business school of the Northwestern University located in Evanston, Illinois. It was established in 1908 and since then research has been a vital component of Kellogg’s program, and faculty members have developed ground breaking theories in many academic fields.
There are several research centres including:
- Dispute Resolution Research Center
- Kellogg Team and Group Research Center
- Center for Family Enterprises
- Center for Research in Technology and Innovation
- Heizer Center for Private Equity and Venture Capital
- Larry and Carol Levy Institute for Entrepreneurial Practice
- Center for Market Leadership
- Guthrie Center for Real Estate Research
- Center for Nonprofit Management
- Ford Motor Company Center for Global Citizenship
- Health Enterprise Management (HEMA)
- Accounting Research Center
- Financial Institutions and Markets Research Center
Additionally, several scholarly journals are edited at Kellogg, two of which—the Journal of Economics and Management Strategy and Games and Economic Behavior—were founded here. The Journal of Financial Intermediation was also founded at Kellogg.
The Kellogg School faculty is an esteemed group of scholars and practitioners, and members provide a rich source of international experience in professional management problems and practices. Faculty members combine real-world and academic knowledge of management problems to augment their theoretical training. Senior faculty members also teach courses to senior executives through the Kellogg School’s executive programs. This approach reinforces faculty research and keeps faculty members abreast of changes in corporate practices
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