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Big data and big ideas grow in Innovation Lab

Faculty | Dec 02, 2015 |

By Claire Curry Imagine if we applied big-data analytics to social media to learn which methods of treatment cancer patients report as most effective. Picture the sweeping efficiencies we could realize if we could rapidly analyze existing pharmaceutical drug patents …

‘Simple’ research can be profound, marketing speaker says

Faculty | Dec 02, 2015 |

When A. “Parsu” Parasuraman first sat with his collaborators in a conference room in the 1980s and came up with a model to explain gaps in service quality, they made some deceptively simple conclusions. “Quality of service is really something …

Pirson to address gathering at World Bank

Faculty | Nov 06, 2015 |

Associate Professor Michael Pirson will address a gathering at the World Bank in Washington, D.C., on November 9 as part of the organization’s Internal Justice Week. Pirson will also talk with Yvonne Tsikata, the chief of staff to World Bank …

Rapaccioli: Women leaders a benefit in modern business

Faculty | Oct 27, 2015 |

Women in the workplace suffer from a “second-generation gender bias” where company cultures hold back women from leadership roles, said Gabelli School of Business Dean Donna Rapaccioli in an article written for the Graduate Management Admission Council. “In the United …

HuffPost features students urging action on climate change

Faculty | Oct 20, 2015 |

Fordham students have a message for corporate America: Change the way you do business and make sustainability a priority in order to combat climate change. Several students joined Huffington Post to make a video (scroll down for player!) calling out corporate CEOs and demanding …

Fordham professor, student research college wage gaps

Faculty | Oct 02, 2015 |

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. …

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

Faculty | Oct 01, 2015 |

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 …

Gabelli School professors share expertise, scholarship abroad

Faculty | Sep 16, 2015 |

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 …

Lothian honored for ‘distinguished service’ at conference

Faculty | Sep 16, 2015 |

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 …

Compliance seminar explores deal-making, regulations

Faculty | Aug 27, 2015 |

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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