As technological advances have occurred in other domains such as computer science, the realm of capabilities in our LP/AP world has exploded. However, all too often, there is a willingness to believe that technology offers a panacea.
About the Author
Stuart Strome, Ph.D., and Mike Giblin
Stuart Strome is a research scientist with the Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC). Strome received his Ph.D. in political science from the University of Florida in 2014. Before joining the LPRC, he worked for the University of Florida Institute for Agriculture, where his research examined environmental determinants of health behavior, and formulating and evaluating solutions to mitigate food insecurity in food deserts. Strome specializes in survey research, research design and methodology, and human behavioral science, and has been published in peer-reviewed journals, including Foreign Policy Analysis and the International Quarterly of Community Health Education. He continues to teach political science courses at both the University of Florida and Santa Fe College.
Mike Giblin, LPRC, Mike Giblin is currently a senior research scientist with the Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC). Holding a background in consumer behavior with an emphasis on consumer psychology, judgment and decision making, Giblin manages the research team at LPRC, developing and executing research projects for retailers and solution providers. He also leads several working groups and action teams in collaborative efforts between retailers and solution providers to address industry-specific problems. Learn more about Mike here.