Bloomberg Businessweek features the new book by Bentley faculty advocating for the integration of business with the arts and sciences. The book, Shaping the Future of Business Education, is co-edited by Dean Daniel Everett and Adjunct Lecturer Gordon Hardy.
Bloomberg Businessweek features Bentley for its innovative integration of business and the arts & sciences, a curriculum that provides graduates with the skills necessary for professional and personal success.
Professor of Economics Scott Sumner is highlighted for his blog, The Money Illusion where he advocates for targeting nominal GDP, a theory that is gaining popularity among economists across the country and possibly Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.
With the number of women on corporate boards across the country remaining staggeringly low, Bentley is highlighted for working with the state of Massachusetts to publicly recognize companies that have women on their boards.
Economics Professor, Scott Sumner, is highlighted as one of the "illustrious peers" of New York Times columnist Paul Krugman in a diagram that illustrates the war of words between the Nobel Prize winner and several high-profile economists.