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Rutgers Business School names Morris Davis, a housing macroeconomics expert from Wisconsin University, to fill Profeta Chair in Real Estate

Before he began teaching at Wisconsin in 2006, Dr. Davis worked at the Federal Reserve Board where he briefed Fed Chair Alan Greenspan on housing. He is widely known for his research – and often sought out by national media for his expertise – on fluctuations in housing prices. More ›

Sunday, July 20, 2014

TAGS: Center for Real Estate Studies Faculty Glenn Shafer Ivan Brick MBA Newark Real Estate Ron Shapiro Undergraduate

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Alumni prove to be valuable resource for Pharma MBA student researchers

Working with Rutgers Business School Professor Mahmud Hassan, Mark Slomiany, a 2012 MBA graduate, arranged a collaboration between the Blanche and Irwin Lerner Center and the Rutgers Business School Alumni Association to provide three student researchers with the resources of alumni scattered across the biopharmaceutical industry. More ›

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

TAGS: Mahmud Hassan MBA Pharmaceutical Management Research Rutgers Business School Alumni Association The Blanche and Irwin Lerner Center

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Professor Jerome Williams: Research confirms suspicions about discrimination against African-American, Hispanic entrepreneurs

Utah State University professor Sterling Bone and Glenn Christensen, a professor at Brigham Young University, invited Rutgers Business School professor Jerome Williams to help with their academic research in 2008 because of his expertise on discrimination in the market place. Their work titled “Rejected, Shackled and Alone: The impact of Systemic Restricted Consumer Choice on Minority Consumers Construction of Self” was recently published in the Journal of Consumer Research. More ›

Monday, July 7, 2014

TAGS: Entrepreneurship Expertise Jerome Williams Marketing Newark Research Thought Leadership

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Faculty Insight: Taxes and more taxes were the catalyst for America's break from England

On the Fourth of July, Professor Farrokh Langdana reminds us that tax increases set off the first revolt in Boston, and England's zeal to impose more and more taxes on the colonies fueled the quest for independence. "Phrases such as "Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" and "inalienable rights" were not on anyone's radar screen until much later," Langdana writes in his new blog. "It was taxes, taxes, taxes, and arrogance."  More ›

Friday, July 4, 2014

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

Times of India quoted Farrokh Langdana regarding the recent collaboration with HR College to deliver its Executive MBA program in Mumbai
Monday, July 14, 2014
Times of India
Following in the footsteps of several management schools that have partnered with Indian institutes in the recent past to cater to MBA aspirants in the country, the Rutgers Business School (RBS), US...
Professor Ann Buchholtz contributed to Voice of Orange County article reflecting on The Declaration of Independence
Monday, July 7, 2014
July 4, 1776. The day the United States celebrates sending England’s King George III a legal brief: The Declaration of Independence. It is a document that to this day inspires freedom-seeking men and...
Rutgers Accounting Research Center received a $250,000 donation from CaseWare Analytics said Miklos Vasarhelyi in announcement
Thursday, June 19, 2014
CaseWare Analytics announced today that it has donated $250,000 of technology and services to The Rutgers Accounting Research Center. The contribution will support the efforts of the Rutgers...
Jeffrey Robinson explains minority small business accelerators in The Gainesville Sun article
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Minority business accelerators have launched in a handful of metropolitan areas in recent years as local businesses, chambers of commerce and economic development groups work to create more jobs and...
James Abruzzo interviewed in New Hope Free Press about council president and appearance of conflict of interest
Monday, June 16, 2014
New Hope Borough Council President Claire Shaw would be well-advised to create some distance between herself and the borough’s review of the proposed four-story boutique conference center that...