Trading regularity and fund performance Do funds make more when they trade more regularly? Yes, says research by Jeffrey A. Busse, associate professor of finance, but it depends on the… Read more »
A new crop of professors has arrived this fall, commending the culture of inclusion, diversity and collaboration on campus and eager to work with Goizueta’s friendly students and the collegial,… Read more »
Gonzalo Maturana is interested in your house—how you decided to buy it, what a lender may have told you (or not), what influenced you to refinance and how accountable financial institutions are for your loan.
Earl Hill, a member of the Goizueta Business School faculty since 1991, passed away over the weekend. He was 81.
Jose Antonio Fernandez Carbajal, chairman of FEMSA, and John Santa Maria Sr., CEO of Coca-Cola FEMSA, spoke at Goizueta on sustainability and social responsiblity before sitting down for a chat with Dean Erika James. Coca-Cola FEMSA is the largest franchise bottler of Coca-Cola products in the world, with bottling plants across Latin America.
It may be a generation away, but there will be a day in our society when it’s a surprise that a human driver has arrived your door step. The lifestyle and cultural shift would move at a pace where leaving for work or meeting friends at a restaurant will be done almost exclusively with an autonomous vehicle.
eMeals offers significant financial sustainability advantages over meal kit companies like Blue Apron according to a study presented this week at GroceryShop by Dan McCarthy, Assistant Professor of Marketing at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School.
Professor Emily Bianchi says graduating during a recession could mean less money but more happiness. Read her full write up in the Harvard Business Review.
Gut instincts and judgment calls are among the most valuable pieces of knowledge. Typically, that is developed over years, or decades, of work in a focused area, such as education, healthcare, law enforcement or finance.
Transparent Trade Coffee recently held its second annual colloquium, involving a range of forward-thinking coffee professionals in a series of discussions about how to leverage pricing transparency as one way to evolve green coffee purchasing behaviors.