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Podcast: Mark Conrad on the business of sports

Faculty | Apr 06, 2018 |

If you’re a sports fan, you probably know that college basketball’s March Madness tournament just wrapped up, that the new baseball season is underway, and (of course) that football will start in the fall. You may not know, however, that the …

Rewiring hidden biases for better outcomes

Faculty | Feb 28, 2018 |

Can good people with good intentions still have biased thoughts? According to Mahzarin Banaji, the answer is yes, which she proved during her presentation to Gabelli School faculty and administrators. As a professor of social ethics at Harvard University, Banaji …

Tracking the 2018 trend in mergers and acquisitions

Faculty | Jan 05, 2018 |

With the changing of the calendar comes speculation about the year ahead. Fordham News spoke with faculty from across the university to get their predictions for 2018, and Sris Chatterjee, professor and Gabelli Chair in Global Security Analysis, explained what he saw …

Faculty view: Miguel Alzola on blame in leadership roles

Faculty | Jan 03, 2018 |

Last semester, Miguel Alzola, associate professor of law and ethics, visited the United States Military Academy to share his thoughts on the moral standing to blame in leadership roles. Read on for a summary of Alzola’s lecture, called “Hypocrisy, Moral …

A matter of trust for entrepreneurs

Faculty | Nov 21, 2017 |

Whether you’re starting your own company or a new job, building trust with people is an important step. Robert Hurley, a professor in the leading people and organizations area, focuses on the value of trust in business in his research. …

The magic of mixing things up

Faculty | Nov 02, 2017 |

Working in diverse teams is not always easy—but it’s worth it. This was the core message delivered by two EY executives, Kenneth Bouyer and Karen Twaronite, MST ’95, during their presentation to Gabelli School faculty and administrators this week. The …

With ‘Humanistic’ Management Framework, Scholar Foresees Solution to World Crises

Faculty | Oct 23, 2017 |

By Tanisia Morris Note: This story was originally published in the Fordham Newsroom and was re-published here on GabelliConnect. What’s the harm in using management practices that are merely concerned with profit-making? For Michael Pirson, a scholar of humanistic management, …

Brush up on business topics with faculty mini-lectures

Faculty | Aug 15, 2017 |

Are you ready for the fall semester at Fordham? The Gabelli School faculty can help. View the mini-lectures below to sweep away summer cobwebs, get back into the academic mindset, or just get excited about upcoming courses. John Carey, professor, …

Summer session: faculty attend conference on business and liberal arts

Faculty | Aug 11, 2017 |

By Julita Haber What do professors do when students leave campus for the summer? They take on some learning of their own. For Gabelli School of Business professors Miguel Alzola, Julita Haber, and Kelly Ulto, this meant attending the Aspen …

Baolian Wang says first isn’t always best in stock market

Faculty | May 12, 2017 |

We use rankings every day to help us make decisions—from which restaurant to visit, to which political candidate to choose, to which business school to attend. And studies have shown that the order of choices on a list, even if …

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