In the news
BusinessWeek cited a survey released by the Center for Corporate Citizenship that found the majority of Americans misunderstand key words used in green marketing.
U.S. News & World Report featured a Q&A with Carroll School of Management graduate admission officials as part of its series on “how to get in” to the nation’s best business schools.
Professor of Finance Edward J. Kane spoke with the New York Times about stumbling blocks to financial reform and the SEC warning that it might sue Moody’s for making “false and misleading” statements.
BusinessWeek interviewed Associate Professor of Operations and Strategic Management Hassell McClellan about summer reading for aspiring MBAs.
Rev. Richard McGowan, associate professor of operations, information, and strategic management, commented on various gambling-related issues in the Boston Globe, the Boston Herald, and Online Casino Sphere.
The Daily News Tribune spoke with Assistant Professor of Marketing Elizabeth Miller about companies tying sales to charitable causes.
Alicia H. Munnell, Peter F. Drucker Professor of Management Sciences and the director of Boston College’s Center for Retirement Research, was interviewed by National Public Radio, BusinessWeek, and Forbes, among other media outlets, and coauthored an opinion piece in the New York Times.
Research by Metin Sengul, assistant professor of operations and strategic management, is cited in an opinion piece in Le Monde titled “The end of multinationals?”
Associate Research Professor Richard A. Spinello, who specializes in ethics, commented on Massachusetts’s new mandatory ethics test for public employees in the Boston Herald.
Galligan Professor of Strategy Sandra Waddock blogged about corporate social responsibility for the Harvard Business Review and discussed whether insurance companies buying fast food stocks is a conflict of interest on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street.”
Reuters cited research by Zhipeng Zhang, assistant professor of finance, on credit default swaps.