Sanjiv Das left positions teaching finance at the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration and the University of California at Berkeley when Santa Clara University offered him academic freedom in 2000.
"They said that as long as I did research, they didn't care if it was in computer science or finance," he explains. "at Berkeley, it would have had to be one or the other."
Seoyoung Kim received a first place honor at the India School of Business Summer Research Conference, for "Credit Spreads with Dynamic Debt," co-authored with Finance Professor Sanjiv Das. Professor Kim joined the Finance department as an assistant professor in Fall 2012. Previously, she served as an assistant professor at the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University. Her expertise is in empirical corporate finance with a focus on corporate governance and executive compensation. In one of her current projects she has examined how social networks amongst board members impacts their decisions. Visit Professor Kim's bio page here »
Over the last few months, Andy Tsay, chair of the Operations Management and Information Systems (OMIS) department, has been interviewed extensively in national Chinese media about the tech industry and its relationship with China. Read some of Professor Tsay's remarks at his media bibliography here »
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Professor Field's work on the innovation and productivity gains of the U.S. economy in the 1930s has been praised by academics and thoughtful readers alike. Download PDF here »
Professor Shi uses eye-tracking data to gauge web display effectiveness on e-commerce sites. Download PDF here »