As central bankers in Europe and the United States gather this week, investors around the world are wondering what the monetary authorities will do to support the global economy.
Finance professor Carl Ackermann believes the key to teaching well is really getting to know your students.
Mario Draghi demonstrated last week how a few choice words from a central bank chief can make or break fortunes, even those of whole nations.
Finance Professor Jeff Bergstrand is quoted in this CNN Money article on how another stimulus could affect the bond market.
In this Bloomberg Businessweek article Professor Jeff Bergstrand is quoted on Europe’s stalling economy.
Finance Professor Jeff Bergstrand is quoted about the European Central Bank preserving the euro in this Los Angeles Times article.
Management Professor Tim Judge is quoted in this MSNBC article about how the best athletes are also the most competitive employees.
International students and business managers participated in Mendoza College programs in order to learn more about American business practices, education and culture.
This Reuters article quotes Accounting Professor Brad Badertscher about the effective tax rate for Mitt Romney.
This Las Vegas Sun article features sophomore business majors, Caitlin Crommett and Katie McElligott, and their DreamCatchers program that connects local students with hospices to grant final wishes of terminally ill patients.
This Bloomberg Businessweek article talks about the Notre Dame MBA program recruiting military veteran’s.
This Ventura County Star article discusses Management Professor Tim Judge’s research about how some ambitious people may not lead more successful lives.
Caitlin Crommett and Katie McElligott, sophomore business majors at the Mendoza College of Business, are featured in this Orange County Register article about their five-city U.S. tour granting wishes to dying hospice patients.