Economics Professor Scott Sumner argues for setting up a nominal GDP futures market. The story was also picked up by Yahoo! Finance, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Times-Union, among others.
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The Waltham News Tribune shines the spotlight on Bentley's robust Open House program for prospective students and parents.
Founding Director of the Center for Women and Business Betsy Myers is highlighted for supporting Peter Koutoujian, candidate for Congress, and his newly formed "Women for Koutoujian" campaign.
Dean of Arts and Sciences Dan Everett tells Financial Times Reporter Adam Palin why integrating arts and sciences is key to preparing a well-rounded business leader.
Associate Professor of Natural and Applied Sciences Tony Kiszewski discusses working with entrepreneur and lemongrass farmer Sam Darling to invent a sustainable mosquito repellent for developing nations.
Business Law Professor Liz Brown discusses her new book "Life after Law: Finding Work You Love with the J.D. You Have" on The Hays Advantage show.
Bentley is highlighted for Senior Lecturer Mark Frydenberg's adoption of the "flipped classroom" model whereby students watch lectures at home and collaborate on homework in class.
Economics Professor David Gulley and Robert Eisenbeis, chief monetary economist at Cumberland Advisors, discuss Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's press conference and the Fed Policy announcement.
Bentley's students played a key role in helping New England Patriots players, New England Revolution players, students from Brandeis University and members of the UnitedHealthcare staff build a playground at the soon-to-be-opened Prospect Hill Terrance Community Center. View photos here.
Diane Kellogg, professor of management and founder of the Ghana Project at Bentley, offers an honest take on how she was able to create a successful, sustainable program abroad.