Business ethics professor Joseph Holt, who teaches in the Department wrote an opinion piece for Fox News about talk show host Samantha Bee's vulgar reference to Ivanka Trump. Read the full commentary here.
The Time Warner 2016 corporate social responsibility report includes the aspiration that the company’s original content “helps to deepen the conversation on issues that matter in society.” Bee had the opportunity to do that with respect to the pressing immigration issue. Criticizing President Trump or Ivanka Trump is fine, if Bee believes such criticism is needed, but why do it with a sexist slur?…
In a commentary piece for Fast Company, Notre Dame business ethics professor Joseph Holt, who teaches in the Department of Management and Organization in the Mendoza College of Business, examines the corporate leadership model in light of Rex Tillerson's tenure as U.S. Secretary of State. …
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Noah Smith wrote a piece about finance professor Paul Gao's paper detailing what happens to government borrowing costs when a city's newspaper closes.
A Los Angeles Times editorial writer wrote about a working paper "Financing dies in darkness? The impact of newspaper closures on public finance" coauthored by finance professor Paul Gao, the Viola D. Hank Associate Professor of Finance at Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business.
University of Notre Dame 2018 graduate Nikhil Garg, a finance and applied and computational mathematics and statistics a double major, is among 10 college students who received a 2018 OZY Genius Award.
He is co-founder of Centralix, an exchange aggregator that allows retail traders in the digital asset space to buy and sell cryptocurrencies from one central platform at best execution prices, without having an account on each individual exchange.…
New research from the University of Notre Dame, Indiana University and the University of Minnesota shows such competition-inducing regulations may encourage companies to relax quality standards during the manufacturing process, which may put more patients at serious health risk due to lower-quality products and more product recalls
Scott Nestler was a guest on a sports analytics podcast hosted by the Great Lakes Analytics in Sports Conference. Nestler, an associate teaching professor in the Information Technology, Analytics, and Operations Department…
Timothy Carone was interviewed for an Associated Press story on Facebook's self-assessment of its ability to police offensive content and fake accounts.
Twenty University faculty members have received Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C., Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, and three have been honored with Dockweiler Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Advising.
The current business research model is unsustainable. That's why it's critical that schools realign their incentives to encourage faculty to produce credible research that is useful to society.
The University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business recently announced its annual list of Office of the Dean Mission Awards, which honor one or more faculty members for a specific research study that contributes to the common good.
The award is in recognition of Mendoza’s mission "to build a premier Catholic business school that fosters academic excellence, professional effectiveness and personal accountability in a context that strives to be faithful to the ideals of community, human development and individual integrity." A committee made up of the chairs from each of the College’s five academic departments — Accountancy; Finance; IT, Analytics, and Operations; Management & Organization; and Marketing — along with the associate dean for faculty and research, select research papers that advance the mission. Each award provides $1,000 in cash.…
Researchers found that firms operating regionally through downstream commercialization activities can offer complementary assets to the upstream R&D activities that help protect the firms’ intellectual property.
Nobel Prize-winner Muhammad Yunus explains how social business leads to "super-happiness," why it's important to think big and start small, and why we're all entrepreneurs.