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Iftekhar Hasan explores social capital in latest research

Faculty | Apr 04, 2017 |

It’s a delicate balance between teaching and research for an eminent scholar. For Iftekhar Hasan, E. Gerald Corrigan Chair in International Business and Finance and co-director of the Center for Research in Contemporary Finance at the Gabelli School, juggling demanding commitments …

Entrepreneurship class feeds desire to do good

Faculty | Jan 25, 2017 |

For young entrepreneurs, real-life experience is a great teacher. Real-life experience that also helps society? Even better. Christine Janssen, clinical assistant professor of management systems and director of the undergraduate entrepreneurship program, is always on the lookout for new businesses …

Off-Broadway play prompts positive press

Faculty | Jan 12, 2017 |

There are two sides to every story—but when it comes to a person’s life story, there may be many more. Travis Russ, associate professor of communications and media management, explores the life of Edward Gorey in his off-Broadway play, Gorey: The Secret Lives of Edward Gorey

Alexander Hamilton and the 2016 election

Faculty | Oct 27, 2016 |

If history repeats itself, does it follow that we can know what historical figures would do if they were alive today? What would Alexander Hamilton, for example, think about the current political climate?

Robert Hurley named trust expert for ethics organization

Faculty | Oct 14, 2016 |

Robert Hurley, PhD, a professor of management systems at the Gabelli School of Business, was named a trust expert for Ethical Systems, a nonprofit organization housed within the business and society program at NYU’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business. …

Professor explores the economics of bad-mouthing a company

Faculty | Aug 08, 2016 |

Negative word-of-mouth information can affect a company’s bottom line, but whom that information is shared with can determine just how much damage is done, according to a new paper co-written by a Fordham assistant professor of marketing.

McNelis: ‘Little to no’ reason not to approve free-trade pact

Faculty | Jul 06, 2016 |

Calling political and union opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership pact shortsighted, a Gabelli School of Business professor says there is “little to no” reason for the agreement not to be ratified by Congress. Paul McNelis, S.J., the Robert Bendheim Chair …

Talking with … Marlo Coates

Faculty | May 20, 2016 |

If you need help on the fifth floor of Martino Hall, Marlo Coates will be the one to assist. Read on to see exactly how she goes about her workday. Q. Describe in your own words what your job is at the …

Do introductory discounts work? The research says yes

Faculty | May 11, 2016 |

Nearly everyone has been offered an introductory incentive to open a financial services account of some kind. The ubiquity of those offers led Mohammad Nejad and Sertan Kabadayi, two Gabelli School of Business marketing professors, to ask the questions: Do …

Digital ads must change to keep pace with consumers, exec says

Faculty | May 10, 2016 |

If given the choice, people will always choose ad-free viewing, a media marketing specialist told a group of academics and media professionals during an international conference last week. That is why it is important that publishers and advertisers “find new …

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