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Faculty | Oct 02, 2015 |

Fordham professor, student research college wage gaps

A gender pay gap averaging almost 30 percent exists between men and women who attended colleges with religious affiliations, according to a study conducted by a Fordham University professor and graduate student. The figures, contained in a recently released U.S. …

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Faculty | Oct 01, 2015 |

McNelis: Argentina’s economic history ‘stranger than fiction’

During Pope Francis’ lifetime, Argentinians have been subject to a number of economic experiments and political upheaval that have shaped not only the country’s troubled history, but also the pope’s views on capitalism and government, according to an article written …

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Faculty | Sep 16, 2015 |

Gabelli School professors share expertise, scholarship abroad

By Claire Curry From measuring mobile device usage in Norway to exploring how conflicts of interest affect IPOs, Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business faculty spent summer 2015 traveling the world to collect data, present papers, and share research with scholars …

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Faculty | Sep 16, 2015 |

Lothian honored for ‘distinguished service’ at conference

James R. Lothian has worn many hats in his career: professor, valued colleague, researcher and editor. Each role was part of the reason he was honored on Friday following a day-long conference on research topics such as The Benefits of Geographic …

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Faculty | Aug 27, 2015 |

Compliance seminar explores deal-making, regulations

How do you structure a good acquisition deal without running afoul of federal regulations? That question and others were addressed during a July seminar on corporate compliance, staged by Fordham Law School and the Gabelli School of Business. “We’re really …

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Faculty | Jul 30, 2015 |

Fordham’s Komarova: Fiat Chrysler must restore trust after fine

Fiat Chrysler agreed this week to a historic $105 million fine and admitted violating federal rules for automobile recalls, signaling a U.S. government crackdown on car companies’ recall efforts. But how does this affect Fiat Chrysler’s business? The manufacturer had …

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Faculty | Jun 30, 2015 |

Lothian: Decision to close Greek banks not surprising

Greece’s decision Monday to close its banks in an effort to slow the country’s financial crisis caught some “people a little bit by surprise,” one market analyst told The New York Times. But Professor James R. Lothian, director of Fordham …

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Faculty | Jun 25, 2015 |

Horton breaks down IR risks in magazine article

Can an investor relations firm’s efforts to create buzz for a client turn into securities fraud? Brent J. Horton, an associate professor of law and ethics at the Gabelli School of Business, explored the issue in a recent article in …

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Faculty | Apr 01, 2015 |

Does empathy belong in marketing? Center says yes.

Listening and observing are keys to a more empathetic way to conduct marketing, said presenters at the recent Conference for Positive Marketing held at Fordham University’s Lincoln Center. “You’ve heard us say this before at the center that marketing is …

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Faculty | Mar 24, 2015 |

Werner: Is it time to rethink the traditional financial paradigm?

A Gabelli School of Business associate professor urged students to challenge the existing business paradigm by thinking about how a more sustainable financial system can be developed. Frank Werner, in a recent Sustainability Week presentation to a group of students, …

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