Every Monday night for five weeks in the fall, a team of UNIBusiness students gathered with Brett Olsen, assistant professor of finance, for up two hours.
A wise professor in graduate school once told me that the most relevant research questions come when you least expect them, and usually when you are talking with people about their everyday activities and concerns.
Ronnie Chen, assistant professor of finance at UNIBusiness, has noticed corporate social responsibility becoming a hot topic in the finance research world over the last decade.
Despite possessing one of the most common names in the English language, Jacob Smith (Marketing '19) rejects the idea of being generic.
Over the next 10 years, Forrester Research estimates that AI will take over up to 16% of jobs in the United States. Being analytically-literate will soon be an integral skill set, if it hasn’t already.
It’s no secret that business decisions are largely driven by the bottom line.