Jasmine Hu and Kaifeng Jiang, management assistant professors, found when overqualification becomes a norm rather than exception, employees tend to have more favorable reactions toward their own overqualification status and perform better.
Carl Ackermann, Kristen Collett-Schmitt and Alison Levey of the Mendoza College of Business are honored for their work.
To explore the multitude of issues facing the global capital markets today, some 900 University of Notre Dame alumni in the money management business have been invited to the Notre Dame Investments Conference.
Irish business entrepreneurs participated in continuing executive education lectures and seminars on innovation, business ethics and the global impact of business policy and practice at the Mendoza College of Business.
Salvatore J. Bella, professor emeritus of management, passed away Tuesday, April 9.
The Vatican issued a document calling for the gradual creation of an international political authority empowered to regulate financial markets.
Mark Moody-Stuart, chairman of the Foundation for the United Nations Global Compact, is named keynote speaker for a November 2006 conference.