The Center for Advancing Business through Information Technology (CABIT) helps organizations maximize the potential of their IT resources. The center houses the Privacy by Design Research Lab, a partnership between university and industry leaders to create guidelines for business worldwide to effectively protect personal data.
The Center for the Advanced Study in Economic Efficiency (CASEE) is dedicated to advancing economic efficiency through developing economic theory to address efficiency in a broader context, applying theory to issues of public concern, and diffusing the knowledge globally.
The Center for Competitiveness and Prosperity Research specializes in applied economic and demographic research with a geographic emphasis on Arizona and the metropolitan Phoenix area. The center also conducts research projects under sponsorship of private businesses, nonprofit organizations, government entities, and other ASU units.
The Center for Entrepreneurship is the touchstone for all aspects of entrepreneurship that affect our constituents. Representations of the center’s efforts include the annual Spirit of Enterprise Awards.
The Center for Environmental Economics and Sustainability Policy recognizes that all economic behavior takes place within an environmental system, and therefore develops principles for environmental and resource economics that can help guide sustainability policy.
The Center for Real Estate Theory and Practice develops tools and reports that provide valuable and timely residential and commercial market information for realtors, developers, home owners and news media, helping stakeholders understand market complexities and make better policy and business decisions.
The Center for Services Leadership is a globally recognized authority on how to compete strategically through the profitable use of services. It concentrates on expanding service innovation by combining the latest scientific insights from the academic world with the best of business strategy in the real world.
CAPS Research advances the profession of supply chain management through outstanding research, un-biased benchmarking, and peer-to-peer networks. The center draws together leading academics and a global network of executives to define its research priorities.
The Center for the Study of Economic Liberty seeks to advance our understanding through independent thinking, scholarly debate, factual argument, and clear, honest communication of research and policy findings committed to a freer, more prosperous world.
CaSN: Center for Supply Networks is focused on advancing the science of supply networks and sustainability management. The center leads cutting edge research that explores supply chains as dynamic, adaptive networks. In addition it investigates buyer-supplier dynamics from both the buyer and supplier perspective.
The JPMorgan Chase Economic Outlook Center serves as the economic forecasting unit of the business school. Economy@W. P. Carey is housed in the center, serving as a portal to data and analysis from W. P. Carey economists and their colleagues in the private sector, government agencies and universities across the West.
The L. William Seidman Research Institute collects and disseminates essential information about local economies and benchmarks industry practices, and identifies emerging business research issues. In addition, it serves as an economic research and consulting resource for a variety of public and private clients of all sizes and across multiple industries.
Coming in 2016
Global Sports Institute for Impact and Innovation