Profit not a priority for college research

TOOLS OF THE TRADE: Gerald Cohen, left, international trade specialist for the Chafee Center for International Business at Bryant University, and Raymond W. Fogarty, director of Chafee Center for International Business. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS
TOOLS OF THE TRADE: Gerald Cohen, left, international trade specialist for the Chafee Center for International Business at Bryant University, and Raymond W. Fogarty, director of Chafee Center for International Business. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS
Paying a couple of thousand dollars for a student-run research study at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth can be a good deal – but not just for the business client. It also produces a revenue stream that, while not generating a profit, covers the costs associated with educating students at the school’s Center for Marketing…

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