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ND Expert: U.S. economy growing, but expect hardship through 2010

August 21, 2009

The worst of the economic fallout may be behind us, according to Finance Professor Jeffrey Bergstrand. But he expects the recovery to be a slow climb, lasting through 2010.
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Students spend summer immersed in Chinese business, culture

August 17, 2009

Culture and Business in China Today” is a new summer program offered to Notre Dame undergraduate business and economics students. The purpose of the course is to provide students with the opportunity to explore and compare business and culture.
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New Chair for Notre Dame Management Department

August 12, 2009

Notre Dame Management Professor J. Michael Crant recently took over as the chair for the Management Department at the Mendoza College of Business.
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IT Management lab gets new Microsoft Surface unit

August 12, 2009

The recently installed Microsoft Surface multi-touch computer responds to hand gestures and real-world objects placed on its tabletop-like surface. The unit is particularly useful for group members accessing digital assets at the same time.
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New Notre Dame Program focuses on K-12 education leadership

August 5, 2009

Christopher Clemons has been named the director of the new Notre Dame Educational Leadership Program. The program, targeted for 2010-2011, will prepare indviduals for public school leadership.
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Conference examines causes, future after financial crisis

August 5, 2009

Finance experts from the Securities and Exchange Commission and other institutions gathered to discuss the U.S. economic crisis during a conference hosted by the Finance Department at the University of Notre Dame
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Accounting Center's Singapore Conference is first in Pacific Rim

July 9, 2009

Academic researchers discuss valuation issues at Singapore conference organized by Professor Peter Easton and the University of Notre Dame's Center for Accounting Research and Education (CARE).
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ND expert: President’s proposed financial fix is “nanny-state regulation

July 8, 2009

Professor Schultz responds to new proposals for regulating consumer credit practices.
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President's proposed financial fix is 'nanny-state regulation'

July 8, 2009

Proposed regulation of the financial markets will prove inefficient and ineffective, says Paul Schultz, finance professor at the Mendoza College.
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ND marketing prof honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

June 4, 2009

William L. Wilkie was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his outstanding contributions in the field of marketing and society, public policy and marketing ethics. Wilkie is among the most-cited authors in the field of marketing.
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