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RESEARCH NEWS FOR 2012

ND Expert: Closing the NYSE was the right move – for investors

October 31, 2012

Halting trading in the face of Hurricane Sandy was the right move by the SEC, says Finance Professor Robert Battalio.
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Feeling stressed by your job? Don’t blame your employer, study shows

September 13, 2012

Work stress, job satisfaction and health problems due to high stress have more to do with genes than you might think, according to research by Timothy Judge, professor of management.
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Not simply a party: Tailgaters contribute to team victory and even university brand, new study shows

September 6, 2012

New research by marketing professors John Sherry and Tonya Bradford examines the complex rituals and meanings involved in football tailgates.
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Financial experts no better than Average Joe investors, new study shows

August 27, 2012

A new study co-authored by Andriy Bodnaruk, assistant professor of finance, finds no evidence that financial experts do any better than non-experts.
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Health IT expert: Electronic medical records finally catching on with policymakers -- and Olympians

June 18, 2012

Electronic medical records could greatly improve health care and cost efficiencies, says Angst, even though national adoption faces some significant obstacles.
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Contrary to popular belief, investment banks do add value to M&As, new study shows

May 21, 2012

According to new research by Finance Professor Matt Cain, investment banks add value to mergers and acquisitions.
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Marketing group names award after ND professor William Wilkie

April 24, 2012

Award named after long-time ND marketing professor honors his research, thought leadership.
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When scandal gets you down, study reveals, talk yourself up – sometimes

March 30, 2012

Choosing the right strategy to rebuild a reputation depends on whether you're known for character or capability, say ND management researchers.
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More than tree hugging: Green companies earn more 'green,' new study shows

March 27, 2012

Bank branches built to meet sustainability standards also had better financial performance as well, according to research by Notre Dame management professors..
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Notre Dame Expert: The Buffett Rule is not a simple tax on the wealthy

January 30, 2012

The Buffett Rule is intended to increase taxes on wealthy Americans, but it may have repercussions for U.S. jobs, says Brad Badertscher.
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