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Faculty Insights: The Three "P's"

In her new blog, Assistant Professor Payal Sharma discusses the three P's: Proactivity, Professionalism, and Problem-solving. More ›

Friday, January 23, 2015

TAGS: Blogs Faculty Insights Payal Sharma

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Rutgers Masters of Governmental Accounting earns top 15 ranking from U.S. News

GOVMACCY program ranks #13 in the nation for non-MBA online graduate programs out of 118 ranked schools; student engagement highlights ranking, placing #15 in U.S. More ›

Thursday, January 22, 2015

TAGS: Accounting Center for Governmental Accounting Education & Research Irfan Bora Master of Accountancy in Governmental Accounting Online Rankings

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EXPERIENCES: Commuting to classes, but still connected to campus

One of the biggest challenges that commuters face is the fact that they’re unable to meet as many people or become as involved in campus activities as students who dorm, according to Rutgers Business School sophomore Amanda Pan. In an essay, she shares why its worth juggling public transportation schedules and classes to make time for clubs.  More ›

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

TAGS: LaToya Battle-Brown Marketing Student Experiences Undergraduate Undergraduate Newark Women in Business

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Faculty Insight: The Swiss Drama-What is really going on?

Professor Farrokh Langdana explains what the drama means behind the Swiss National Bank's dramatic reversal in policy by breaking the Swiss franc peg to the Euro. More ›

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

TAGS: Executive MBA Faculty Insights Farrokh Langdana Finance MBA Thought Leadership

Quantitative Easing benefits flowed to those who did not need it said Andrew Huszar in International Business Times
Sunday, January 25, 2015
Questionable earnings? Quick enrichment. Quite enough! These are some of the answers you might get if you quizzed most Americans on what QE means to them. That’s because the U.S. Federal Reserve’s...
Trentonian reports that determining trustworthiness on looks is a quantifiably bad choice shown in Ankur Pareek research
Thursday, January 22, 2015
The Trentonian
According to research conducted by academics Ankur Pareek at Rutgers Business School and Roy Zuckerman at Tel-Aviv University, we often determine whether someone is trustworthy based on their looks....
With social media, businesses get a bigger bang for their buck by reducing the negative reviews said Ashwani Monga in USA Today article
Saturday, January 10, 2015
In the big picture, social media helps consumers weed out the companies that deliver good products and services from the companies that don't, making the economy more efficient, said Ashwani Monga,...
Bikki Jaggi a keynote speaker at the Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance Conference reported MoneyLife Magazine
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
In a first for India, MISB Bocconi, India’s premier international business school, has been selected by the prestigious Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance (JAAF) for its “Special Issue”...
Ankur Pareek research shows patience is an important fund management trait in Money Magazine article
Monday, January 5, 2015
Time Magazine
Several years ago, two Yale business school professors gave the personal finance industry a jolt by devising a formula for determining how active so-called actively managed mutual funds really were....