The research of finance professors Sophie Shive and Hayong Yun was cited in The Wall Street Journal’s “Overheard” column.
The following article in The New York Times that quotes Finance Professor Jeff Bergstrand about the currency agreement between Japan and China.
The Notre Dame Alumni Association has named Carolyn Y. Woo, the Martin J. Gillen Dean of the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, as an honorary alumna.
Carolyn Woo, dean of Mendoza College of Business, starts her new job as president and chief executive officer of Catholic Relief Services.
Finance Professor Jeff Bergstrand is quoted by Reuters on the Euro’s value.
Finance Professor Richard Sheehan is quoted in this Forbes article about the Green Bay Packers selling shares of stock to pay for the expansion of Lambeau Field.
The following New York Times article mentions Finance Professors Robert Battalio and Paul Schultz research which suggest the decline in stock prices was not significantly driven by short selling.
Finance Professor Jeff Bergstrand says the recent EU fiscal summit failed to accomplish the significant measures needed to spur economic growth.
Jeff Bernel has been named the new director for the entrepreneurship center at the Mendoza College of Business
Gigot Center co-founder Jeff Bernel takes over the entrepreneurship center.
This International Business Times Australia article discusses Management Professor Timothy Judge’s research on how agreeable workers earn lower incomes than less agreeable ones.
In this Reuters article, Finance Professor Jeff Bergstrand is quoted about Standard & Poor’s euro zone downgrade warning.
Finance Professor Jeff Bergstrand is quoted in this Reuters India article about after S&P’s downgrade warning to 15 euro nations.
Management Professor Tim Judge’s research on the relationship between agreeableness and earnings is mentioned in this Wired.com article.
Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels tells entrepreneurship students about his administration’s pro-business approach