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Corporate Stadium Sponsors’ Stock Fluctuates with an NFL Team’s Success, Failure

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Welcome to the Fall 2015 Research Newsletter of the University of Connecticut School of Business. It has been a busy semester, with our colleagues conducting innovative research in a variety of fields and winning awards along the way. Read more

'In It To Win It'

Corporate Stadium Sponsors' Stock Fluctuates With an NFL Team's Success, Failure
Your favorite NFL team has "skin in the game," but perhaps more surprising is that the large corporations that sponsor the stadiums do too. Those are the findings of UConn Professor of Finance Assaf Eisdorfer and alumna Elizabeth Kohl '15 Ph.D., now a professor at the University of Cincinnati. Read more

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