The Department of Labor’s Office of Labor Research and Evaluation makes grants for university-based researchers to analyze topics that have direct implications for DOL programs, the labor force, and the American worker.
Sponsored Research at Robinson
This project examines the effects of parental work-family conflict on adolescent psychosocial adjustment.
Significant learning and development can occur when individuals reflect upon challenging experiences. How this process of reflection actually works is of interest to organizations that seek to improve capability to select, train, and develop employees and leaders via experience.
Why do many project managers seem unable or unwilling to adequately manage IT project risks? Answering this question requires better understanding how project managers perceive risks.
This project explores the use of image processing to help Georgia Pacific improve logistics and operations.
At the 2017 Academy of Management (AOM) meeting approximately 30 dissertation-stage OCIS doctoral students came together for one and a half days of talks and interactions with distinguished OCIS researchers.
This project estimates the economic impact of tropical storms in Central America and investigates how the tropical forest can be used to mitigate the damages created by storms.
This dual-degree Professional MBA/Master of Health Administration (PMBA/MHA) program for PruittHealth provides students with the opportunity to apply learned skills to real problems.
The J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University and the National Science Foundation were pleased to host business school deans from leading universities across the country for a one-day workshop of discussion, debate, and discovery.