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Professor Mine Ertugrul and Professor Lucia Silva-Gao Study How Corporate Social Responsibility Affects Firm Value

Anna G Szczebak, College of Management Graduate Assistant | November 18, 2020

Professors Mine Ertugrul and Lucia Silva-Gao, both in the Finance department at UMass Boston's College of Management, along with Katsiaryna Salavei Bardos from Fairfield University, had their research published in Columbia Law School's blog on Corporations and the Capital Markets.

Congratulations to UMass Boston’s Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraternity

Anna G Szczebak, College of Management, Graduate Assistant | November 13, 2020

UMass Boston’s Chapter of the Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraternity has received not one but three awards.

Professor Alessia Contu’s Research Published by the Academy of Management, Learning, and Education

Anna G. Szczebak, College of Management, Graduate Assistant | October 30, 2020

Professor Contu and other researchers explore the concepts of reason and decision-making intellect.

Join Us for an Information Session About UMass Boston’s Graduate Business School

Anna G Szczebak, College of Management, Graduate Assistant | October 29, 2020

Attend a virtual information session to learn from current business students about UMass Boston’s graduate business programs.

UMass Boston Launches Third Cohort of Faculty-Practitioner Co-Teachers

Anusha Chaitanya | October 22, 2020

The Practitioner Scholars Program (PSP) pilot has launched its third cohort this fall, bringing together a new group of distinguished government, business, and community leaders who will co-teach courses with UMass Boston faculty.

Applause for 2020 Faculty and Student Honorees

Office of Communications | October 20, 2020

Acknowledging this year’s award winners

Professor Benyamin Lichtenstein Studies STEM Contributions to Wealth Inequality and Wealth Accumulation

Anna G Szczebak, Graduate Assistant, College of Management | October 20, 2020

Researchers from institutions all over the world discuss the impact of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields on individual wealth, the value of firms, and national Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

Professor Matthew Rocklage Awarded Funds to Study Controversy and Individual Differences

Anna G. Szczebak, Graduate Assistant, College of Management | October 05, 2020

Assistant Professor Matthew Rocklage awarded funds to study his research titled: Contributing to Controversy: Individual Differences in Attitudes Predict Future Outrage

Professor Ed Carberry Studies The Resilience of Executive Compensation in the U.S.

Allison Rubin, Dean's Office, College of Management | September 29, 2020

Why do executives in the U.S. continue to be paid so well, even in the face of economic crises and increased concerns about inequality?

Professor Maureen Scully’s Research Featured by the Network for Business Sustainability

Anna Szczebak, Graduate Assistant, College of Management | September 24, 2020

Research discussing how an alliance of employee activists can change an entire business system.