December 1, 2020Bergstrand delivers keynote, testifies before USITC to evaluate impact of US trade agreements
Finance professor Jeffrey Bergstrand delivered the Nov. 10 keynote address for the U.S. International Trade Commission’s (ITC) virtual conference "Recent Advances in Trade-Policy Modeling and Applications in Emerging Areas."
November 24, 2020As Treasury chief, Yellen may be a calming influence in a Washington split over stimulus and everything else
“She’s a moderate and a centrist,” finance professor and former Fed economist Jeffrey Bergstrand said in a USA Today article.
November 23, 2020Meet the company helping scientists study Covid-19 with your location data
Tech Ethics professor Kirsten Martin was quoted in a Quartz story about the use of consumer location data to help scientists track COVID-19.
November 19, 2020Opinion: Active managers see value in these 3 company practices but indexers hate them. Who’s right?
Market Watch referenced research into staggered boards by Dean Martijn Cremers in an article about the value in combining CEO and chairman roles.
November 12, 2020On personal data, hyper-targeting, and privacy—Kirsten Martin, Notre Dame
The William P. and Hazel B. White Center Chair of Technology Ethics Kirsten Martin spoke with podcast host Ted Fox to discuss how people view the use of their personal data, how consumers can protect their data and why government oversight might be too costly.
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October 19, 2020At least 40 businesses in Michiana since March have closed or plan to
Marketing professor Mitchell Olsen at University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business said in a South Bend Tribune piece that the closure trend nationwide is comparable to what we are seeing locally.
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October 11, 2020Favorite Professors Of The Executive MBA Class of 2020
Finance professor Gianna Bern was featured on Poets & Quants' list of Favorite Professors Of The Executive MBA Class of 2020.
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September 30, 2020Researchers debunk a common theory about self-reported personality quizzes
Research into subjective reality by management professor Brittany Solomon was covered by Inverse in an article about how accurately people perceive themselves and others.
September 25, 2020The Cybersecurity 202: Trump’s attacks on the election are hitting a wall with some of his allies
A tweet by cybersecurity expert and professor of IT, Analytics and Operations Mike Chapple was promoted in a Washington Post story.
September 24, 2020Trump suffers another loss in the TikTok showdown with China
Kirsten Martin, a technology ethics professor at the University of Notre Dame, was quoted in a Bloomberg piece about controversial app TikTok.