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The Institute for Ethical Leadership, widely recognized for its thought leadership, recently received a $2.6 million grant from its two key sponsors, Prudential Financial Inc. and the Prudential Foundation.
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Faculty Insight: US to benefit from economic uncertainty in Eurozone

The current problems in the Eurozone do not have that much to do with Greece, per se, but instead, have their genesis in the original design of the Eurozone - the impossibility of "marrying" two fundamentally different macro-models to one set of fiscal and monetary constraints. Professor Farrokh Langdana demystifies the present travails of the Eurozone in this Faculty Insight arguing that the US will likely benefit from the economic uncertainty. More ›

Monday, July 6, 2015

TAGS: Euro European Union Executive MBA Faculty Insights Farrokh Langdana Macroeconomics MBA

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Supply Chain Education Partnership introduces Newark high school students to careers in logistics

Adriana Martinho, a rising junior, was among 15 Newark high school students who got an eight-day introduction to how multiple supply chains relate to the success of a business and its community. The Rutgers Business School’s first Supply Chain Education Partnership Program also aims to give local high school students a sense of supply chain management as a career. More ›

Monday, July 6, 2015

TAGS: Center for Supply Chain Management City of Newark John Impellizzeri Kevin Lyons Partnerships Social Impact Supply Chain Management

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In tough economic times, parents spend more on daughters than sons, according to Rutgers professor's new research

Time after time during the research – on which Rutgers Professor Kristina Durante collaborated with colleagues at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management, where she formerly taught – study participants showed a tendency to dedicate more assets to daughters than sons during hard economic times. They did that despite saying they love and treat both children equally. Where they perceived the economy as healthier, girls and boys got the same. More ›

Thursday, July 2, 2015

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Professor Jerome Williams chosen as next provost of RU-Newark

Professor Williams helped to raise the stature of Rutgers Business School with his reputation as teacher and researcher as well as his expertise and leadership. Since his arrival at Rutgers in 2010, he has filled the Prudential Chair in Business, served as director of the PhD program and research director at The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development.  More ›

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

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Dean Lei and James Abruzzo academic contributors to Ethisphere Institute publication: "The World's Most Ethical Companies Executive Briefing"
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
The Ethisphere Institute, the global leader in defining and advancing the standard of ethical business practices, announced today the list of contributors to its latest publication, The World’s Most...
Korea Times features research by marketing professor Kristina Durante on how offspring's gender influences parental spending
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
The Korea Times
Researchers from Rutgers Business School and Carlson School of Management surveyed 629 people to see how economic conditions affect gender preferences for their offspring. Participants read articles...
Eugene Spiegle quoted in BusinessBecause article on supply chains keeping pace with booming aviation business
Sunday, June 28, 2015
The global aerospace industry is set for take-off. A boom in aviation, the introduction of increasingly fuel efficient aircraft, and a falling oil price have combined to set the scene for years of...
Michael Santoro quoted in USA Today article on fewer millennials pursuing careers in banking and finance
Friday, June 26, 2015
USA Today
While hundreds of eager, young professionals descended upon Wall Street earlier this month to begin their prestigious summer internships, fewer and fewer graduates may jockey for these positions in...
Rutgers Business School featured in Brookings article on higher education in Newark and a growing focus on manufacturing
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Last month, manufacturers gathered at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) in Newark for a roundtable with government officials, educators, and industry leaders. The event spotlighted Essex...