McDonald, a marketing major, has received The Luce Scholarship, which provides stipends, language training and individualized professional placement in Asia.
Their unexpected deaths reveal that CEOs have become more influential in recent decades, according to research by management professor Craig Crossland.
Interestingly, firms often engage in social responsibility and social irresponsibility at the same time, according to research by marketing professor Frank Germann.
The cost of reaching 1,000 people is about $50, explains Frank Germann, assistant professor of marketing.
And coupling donations with volunteer opportunities enhances the effect.
Mendoza assistant professor finds brands such as Nike and 3M can cause a placebo effect on performance.
A new study by researchers Michael Mannor, Adam Wowak, Viva Bartkus and Luis Gomez-Mejia from the Mendoza College of Business finds that CEOs experience job anxiety as much or more than others, and such anxiety has powerful influences on their judgment and strategic decision-making.
Mendoza management professors Charlice Hurst, Ken Kelley and Timothy Judge find retaliation and withdrawal by employees can increase subsequent levels of mistreatment.
A new study by a team of Mendoza experts found that abundant stock option pay for CEOs generally increases the likelihood of experiencing product recalls in the future.
In an article for Accounting Horizons, accountancy Associate Professor Jeffrey Burks reveals the accountancy error rate for nonprofits is almost twice that of similar-sized for-profit corporations.
Finance Prof. Rich Sheehan talks to ND News about his interest in sports economics.
Despite obstacles to access, Mendoza accountancy professors Brad Badertscher, Jeffrey Burks and Peter Easton discover patterns and subsequent implications about the release of FDIC "call reports."
Research by finance Professor Zhi Da shows that the growth rate in industrial electricity usage negatively predicts next one-year stock market returns.
Mendoza finance professor's research shows mutual fund managers aren't able to pick outperfoming stocks any better than private investors.
Nhu Phan (MGT ’12) receives a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to South Korea.