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Research Centers and Initiatives

At the Clarkson School of Business, our faculty brings up-to-date academic knowledge and best practices as well as professional experience in management, economics, operations and strategy into every classroom to engage students and energize learning.

Faculty members are also engaged in research across disciplines – marketing, consumer behavior, environmental economics, global supply chain management, game theory, international business and emerging economies, business operations and strategy -- and at the intersection of business and technology.

Research centers include:

Clarkson University Center for Canadian Studies
The Center for Canadian Studies promotes student and faculty awareness of Canada and the Canada/U.S. relationship,  encourages effective collaboration among scholars of all fields in the study of Canada and the Canada/U.S. relationship, and supports the investigation of issues concerning Canada and the Canada/U.S. relationship.

The Reh Center for Entrepreneurship
The Reh Center for Entrepreneurship facilitates both student learning and regional economic growth. The Center draws on the expertise and skills of Clarkson faculty and students to educate and train regional entrepreneurs to successfully receive and manage start-up funding and grow their companies through sound management practices, and by harnessing new technologies and seizing opportunities in the marketplace.

The Shipley Center for Innovation
The mission of the Shipley Center is to accelerate the commercialization of discovery-driven Clarkson innovations into the marketplace, to foster and accelerate the exchange of ideas between the various schools on campus and industry, and to prepare and educate the faculty and students for the 21st century entrepreneurial workplace.

The Imapct of Wind Turbiens on Property Values

Clarkson School of Business Prof. Martin Heintzelman and graduate student Carrie Tuttle's research looks at the impact of wind turbines on property values.