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Lizette Melendez

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Rice Business Partners

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Saftey Zone
Education | Expert Opinion
Public School Parents Are Consumers — And They Demand Safety

By Professor Vikas Mittal

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Q&A | Expert Opinion
Why Did Areas That Voted More For The President Worry Less About COVID-19?

Q&A With Professor Yael Hochberg

Clearing The Air RBW
Investing | Features
How Activist Investors Can Reduce Pollution

Based on research by Professor Kunal Sachdeva

In The News

Juneteenth 2021
School Updates

Rice’s second annual Juneteenth celebration will bring together professors across the university — including Rice Business professor Connie Porter — for three panels exploring ideas and questions central to the meaning and promise of the important holiday.

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School Updates

New research co-authored by Rice Business professor Vikas Mittal shows executives doubt the effectiveness of strategy planning, which is conducted by an overwhelming majority of large companies in the United States. That attitude may doom such plans’ successful implementation, the researchers argue.