Tuesday, January 20, 2015
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.
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Professor Farrokh Langdana explores the Russian ruble crisis and how propping up the currency with gold won't fool the markets.
Monday, December 8, 2014
Working together with Rutgers MBA students in his macroeconomics classes, Professor Farrokh Langdana, professor of finance and economics, and the director of the Rutgers Executive MBA program, devised a new economic index to get a better sense of whether people are working, looking for work, or have given up looking for work – the Rutgers Business School-Dry Cleaning Index (RBS-DCI).
Monday, December 8, 2014
New Jersey is making an economic recovery. Just ask your neighborhood dry cleaner. That’s what a team at Rutgers Business School did, using a novel economic index: the Dry Cleaning Index, or DCI. Farrokh Langdana, a professor of finance and economics at Rutgers Business School, came up with the index of starched shirts, suits and blouses based on a statistic behind unemployment numbers: the...
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Rutgers EMBA graduates three years after graduation saw a 49% increase in their salary, ranking #8 in the U.S., with EMBA alumnus averaging $169,010, good for #16 in the U.S. according to the survey. Rutgers EMBA also earned high marks for "corporate strategy," ranking #9 in the world according to the Financial Times.
Monday, October 20, 2014
Professor Farrokh Langdana breaks down the question everyone has been asking.
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Professor Farrokh Langdana, Director of Rutgers Executive MBA program which was ranked #2 in Economics in the world by The Financial Times, and New Brunswick business leaders talk about the “multiplier” effect for area businesses of Rutgers joining the Big Ten.
Thursday, August 21, 2014
Professor Farrokh Langdana argues that increasing taxes shrinks the economic pie resulting in less, not more, tax revenue.
Monday, August 11, 2014
The country needs a large number of centres of higher learning which are world-class,” said Arun Jaitley, the Finance Minister while presenting the Union Budget in Parliament this year. Budget allocation for higher education saw a rise of 13 per cent. The twinning programme — a programme of study whereby students in an Indian college may complete their study partly in India and partly in foreign...
Friday, July 4, 2014
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."
Monday, May 12, 2014
Professor Farrokh Langdana explores why large domestic companies like Pfizer are leaving the United States for safe-haven countries like The Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Monday, May 12, 2014
Marisa Blackwell founded Cravings from her home in 2008, now operating from a modest space on Halsey Street. At first she used her home and “borrowed” commercial kitchens as she gained her earliest clients, including Rutgers. For nearly six years, she has catered for Rutgers Business School’s Executive MBA program under a weekly, 150-person assignment that spans about nine months annually....
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Professor Farrokh Langdana, the current EMBA director, said he and Assistant Dean Kathleen Connelly Harmon were honored to be part of (Shaak’s) legacy. “Kathleen and I have often told Professor Shaak that the Rutgers Executive MBA Program has been able to garner all of its global rankings because it was built on the shoulders of giants," Langdana said.
Friday, November 22, 2013
Rutgers EMBA program ranks #26 in the world in survey, receives high teaching-quality grades in Finance, Strategy and Sustainability as well as for Curriculum and Support.
Friday, October 25, 2013
Rutgers Executive MBA program was ranked #19 in the U.S., according to the 2013 ranking by the Financial Times. Rutgers EMBA program moved up four places in the U.S. in the annual ranking of the Top 100 Executive MBA programs in the world. In addition, Rutgers EMBA was ranked #2 in the world in economics.
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
Known as the “grandmaster of forensic accounting” among his students and colleagues in the Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Professor Suresh Govindaraj has received accolades – and an unprecedented two Paul Nadler Awards from RBS – for his ability to teach accounting and financial statement analysis to part-time MBA students.
Monday, September 30, 2013
International Trade and Global Macropolicy, which was published by Springer in July, is designed to prepare current and future company executives with a practical understanding of the theories driving international trade and global macroeconomics in the modern business world.
Thursday, September 26, 2013
Helen Kest, an infectious disease specialist and chief executive officer of Fountain of Living Waters, said the EMBA program at Rutgers Business School gave her a better understanding of business strategy, maximizing investments and resource allocation. She was also buffeted by the encouragement and support of classmates who helped to refine her mission for Fountain of Living Waters.
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Professor Farrokh Langdana warns that optimism about the US economic recovery is unfounded because Ben Bernanke's "mindless printing of money" is causing the bull market.
Friday, May 31, 2013
Gregory Sauter, who earned an Executive MBA from Rutgers Business School in 2003, veered from tradition early when he realized he couldn’t muster up any excitement for his college liberal arts courses. After his first year, he packed up his bags and set out to forge a more challenging path into the future: With little to draw on except having helped his father fix things around the house and some summer jobs, he started a construction company of his own. “I wasn’t inspired,” he said, recalling his decision to abandon college and start working on his own. “What interested me was working with my hands and creating something.”