Business Experts

The University of Oregon's business experts know a lot about marketing, finance, the economy, labor unions, immigrant workers, and workplace issues. Below find the full list of experts in business. To refine, click on one of the sub-topics listed in the menu at the left.

To talk to an expert, contact Molly Blancett at blancett@uoregon.edu | 541-346-9134 (this number rings to her mobile phone).

Bob Bussell, Director of the Labor Education Research Center and Associate Professor of History

Bob Bussel, Labor Education and Research Center

Labor Unions, Income Inequality, Immigration, Work, Working Families

Troy Campbell, Department of Marketing

Consumer Behavior, Marketing, Social Psychology, Political Psychology, Scientific Communication

Bettina Cornwell

T. Bettina Cornwell, Department of Marketing

Marketing, Advertising, Sponsorship, Consumer Behavior, Sports Marketing

Tim Duy, Department of Economics

Federal Reserve, Currency, Markets, Unemployment

Ben Hansen, University of Oregon Department of Economics

Benjamin Hansen, Department of Economics

Marijuana, Suicide, Law Enforcement, Risky Behavior

Michele Henney, Department of Accounting

Accounting, Taxation, New Business, Entrepreneurial Accounting, Corporate Governance

Renee Irvin, Department of Planning, Public Policy and Management

Renee Irvin is an expert in nonprofit management and the economics of the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors. Her research examines fundraising, philanthropy and foundation grant making, regulation of nonprofit organizations, and US policies affecting asset-building and wealth distribution.

Darren Johnson

Darren Johnson, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Water, Rare Earths, Environment, Agriculture, Industry, Waste, Green Chemistry

Nathan Lillegard, Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship

Start-Up, New Business, Entrepreneurship

Mohsen Manesh, School of Law

Corporate, Contract and LLC Law

Roberta Mann, School of Law

Tax Law, Business Law

Kelli Matthews, Public Relations Program

Social Media, Brands, Crisis Management, Athletes

Stephen McKeon, Department of Finance

Cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, Corporate Finance, Security Issuance, Mergers and Acquisitions, Private Equity, CEO Risk-Taking

Andrew Nelson, Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship

Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Sustainability, Management, Technology, Information Technology, Green Chemistry, Biotechnology

Sarah E. Nutter, Edward Maletis Dean and Professor of Accounting, Lundquist College of Business

Accounting and Taxation, Impact of Taxes and Tax Structures on Individuals and Businesses, Executive Education, Strategic Leadership, Business School Accreditation

Philip J. Romero, Department of Finance

Cost-Benefit Analysis, Economic Policy, National Security, State and Local Taxation, Strategy in Deregulated Industries

Gerardo Sandoval, expert in the roles of immigrants in community regeneration

Gerardo Sandoval, School of Planning, Public Policy and Management

Immigration, Urban Planning, Undocumented Workers, Immigrant Neighborhoods, Transportation Planning

Ellen Schmidt-Devlin, Sports Product Management Program

Sports Product Industry, Product Marketing, Product Development, Manufacturing, Women in Sports

Ellen Scott, Department of Sociology

Minimum Wage, Economy, Unemployment, Debt, Labor, Taxes

Aparna Sundar, Department of Marketing, Sports Product Management

Marketing, Consumer Behavior, Product Design, Package Design, Food Labeling

Mark Thoma, Professor of Economics

Mark Thoma, Department of Economics

Debt, Unemployment, Interest Rates, Economic Policy

Elizabeth Tippett, School of Law

Employment Law, Behavioral Ethics, Decision Making

David Tyler, expert in the life cycles of everyday items and Charles J. and M. Monteith Jacobs Professor of Inorganic, Organometallic & Polymer Chemistry

David Tyler, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Innovation, Environment, Energy, Plastic, Water, Natural Gas

Whitney Wagoner, Warsaw Sports Marketing Center

Sports Marketing, Fan Engagement, Fan Experience, Corporate Sponsorships, Athlete Endorsements, Collegiate Sports and Sustainability in Sports

Woan Foong Wong, Department of Economics

International Trade, Trade Costs, Trade and Transport