Agnieszka Kwapisz

 

 

Agnieszka Kwapisz

Assistant Professor of Management

Office: 232 Jabs Hall

Email: akwapisz@montana.edu

Phone: (406) 994-4799

Courses:
BMGT 240IS - Business Research Methods



 

Research Interests

Entrepreneurship

Assessment of learning

Quantitative methods

Public finance

Bio

Dr. Agnieszka Kwapisz’ research focuses on using quantitative methods to understand and predict human behavior in order to achieve socially and economically desirable outcomes. Her work consists of three main research streams: entrepreneurship, assessment of learning, and alcohol taxation. She has explored effects of alcohol taxation on adverse effects of binge drinking such as drunk driving fatalities. Currently, her goal is to help entrepreneurs succeed in starting their businesses and to help universities improve student learning. She believes scientific analysis has a crucial role in realizing such goals. With a M.S. in Mathematics and a Ph.D. in Economics, her strength is in quantitative analysis as applied to problems relevant to economics and business. She is a certified Black Belt Six Sigma.

Google Scholar profile: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=2NnU6LUAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=sra

ResearchGate profile:  https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Agnieszka_Kwapisz

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Selected Publications

  • "Do Football Teams Learn from Changing Coaches? A Test of the Deceleration Hypothesis," Economics & Finance Research, 2(1). (2014)
  • "Triggers of Organizational Change: duration, previous changes, and environment," RJCM Journal of Change Management, 29: 14(3), 405-424. (2014)
  • "Effects of State Policies on Small Firms R&D," Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, 2014(4)
  • "Differential Gender Performance on the Major Field Test—Business," co-authored with F. William Brown, Journal of Education for Business88(3): 159-166. (2013)
  • "Is Higher Better?  Determinants and Comparisons of Performance on the Major Field Test-Business," co-authored with F. William Brown and Richard Semenik, Journal of Education for Business, , 87 (3): 159-169. (2012)
  • "Published, not Perished, but Has Anybody Read It? Citation success of finance research articles," Applied Financial Economics, 22(20):1679-1695. (2012)

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Awards

  • Harold and Reta Haynes Superior Performance Award, Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship, MSU, 2015
  • Award for Excellence from the Montana State University Alumni Foundation and the Bozeman Area Chamber of Commerce, 2014
  • President’s Excellence in Teaching Award, Montana State University, 2007

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Education

Ph.D. Economics, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, 2000


M.S. Mathematics, University of Gdansk, Poland, 1993

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