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Periodical for research & scholarship

Phoenix Scholar
Vol. 5, Issue 1

This issue of the Phoenix Scholar is full of thought-provoking ideas that explore the realm of possibilities in a time when business is challenged more than ever and as employees rethink their own motivations and desires for continuing or reshaping their career goals.

Featured articles in this issue

  • Rethinking Supply Chain in the Wake of Uncertainty
  • Commerce Recovery and Resiliency after Uncertainty and Pandemonium

  • Digital Communication and Entrepreneurship in the Wake of the New Normal

  • Political Economy of Climate Stabilization: Implementation of Equimarginal Principle

  • Dr. Alana Morales, a Center Fellow with a “Principal” Message on the Importance of Life Long Education: An Interview with Dr. Erik Bean and Dr. Rodney Luster

  • Reconnecting with Self and Outside Activities Add to Career Enjoyment, Happiness Levels

  • Social and Economic Adjustments During the Pandemic

  • Breaking Down Barriers: The Importance of Collaboration Between a City Manager and Chief of Police in Today’s Society

  • Social, Behavioral, and Educational Research Ethics Post COVID-19

  • Development and Validation of a Novel Measure for the Direct Assessment of Empathy in Veterinary Students and Other Healthcare Professionals to Improve Job Performance Patient Outcomes, and Job Satisfaction

  • Dr. Bean’s Book on Vetting Information Bias Earns 2022 Nautilus Silver Medallion Award