Nikolay Osadchiy grew up in Tula, Russia, a town 120 miles south of Moscow. Tula does not jump off the map, but it is the hometown of Leo Tolstoy, author of two of the world’s great novels: War and Peace and Anna Karenina.
It might be surprising to some that accounting is essentially the underpinning of finance. It’s also the basis for the extensive research of llia Dichev, the Goizueta Foundation Chair in Financial Reporting.
Associate Professor of Information Systems and Operations Management Jesse Bockstedt recently spoke with CNN International on updates to European Union online privacy laws. The laws, designed to give users more[…]
A gift of money can often mean much beyond its numerical value. To the recipients of the annual Sheth Fellowship, it’s a vote of confidence, a morale boost, a slight reduction in the financial and emotional strain of graduate school.
Goizueta Professor of Accounting Karen Sedatole and colleagues from University of Missouri and College of William and Mary have published a study looking at the role of calibration committees in performance evaluation system.
Named for and endowed by former Coca-Cola President and COO Donald Keough, the Donald R. Keough Award for Excellence is the school’s highest service award and recognizes extraordinary contributions by faculty and staff.
For Wesley Longhofer, business school isn’t just a place to learn how to land a posh job or run a growing business. Instead, this Emory professor views it as a “catalyst” designed to drive change and serve the greater society.