Santa Clara University

  •  Meir Statman : Mutual Funds : Wall Street Journal

    Glenn Klimek Professor of Finance Meir Statman provided his expertise on "dumping a mutual fund that has been doing poorly" in the Wall Street Journal's The Experts piece.
  •  Alex Field : Boom or Bust : NBC Bay Area

    Alex Field, Michel and Mary Orradre Professor of Economics, spoke to NBC Bay Area about mixed economic signals for the near future.
  •  Robert Hendershott : Where's the Love for Apple and Facebook? : NBC Bay Area

    Robert Hendershott, Professor of Finance at Santa Clara University went on NBC Bay Area's Press:Here show to explain the confusing stock movements of investor darlings Apple and Facebook, as well as some like Netflix, and Google.
  •  Andy Tsay : Keys to Innovation : Mercury News

    Andy Tsay, OMIS faculty, discussed teaching innovation with Mercury News columnist Mike Cassidy.
  •  Barry Posner : Who Do You Trust? : Forbes

    Work by Management Professor Barry Posner and co-author Jim Kouzes was highlighted in Forbes column about leadership trustworthiness.
  •  Ye Cai : Entrepreneurs Make Better VCs : Forbes

    A study indicating entrepreneurs make better VCs by Finance faculty YeCai, was featured in Forbes.
  •  Alexander Field : Top Ten Paper : Social Science Research Network

    “Economic Growth and Recovery in the United States: 1919 – 1941,” a working paper by economics professor Alexander Field, was recently listed in two Top Ten downloaded papers rankings, as measured by the Social Science Research Network (SSRN).
  •  Kris Mitchener : Federal Reserve Centennial Historical Papers : Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

    Three papers by economics professor Kris Mitchener examining the formation and impact of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco have been published on the Bank's Centennial website.
  •  Robert Hendershott : Silicon Valley's New Underground Millionaires : Marketplace

    Finance associate professor Robert Hendershott spoke to Marketplace about new Silicon Valley millionaires using their wealth differently than previous generations.
  •  John Ifcher : Parents, You're Happy : BloombergBusinessWeek

    Contrary to previous studies, SCU economics professor John Ifcher finds that parents are happier than the childless.
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