Scott Sumner is mentioned as one of the economists voicing an opposing view to that of Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke.
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Associate Professor of History Chris Beneke co-authors a piece about recent trends regarding individuals and their devotion to sports teams and how this compares to the committment of followers of religious institutions.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner and fellow economists David Beckworth and Robert Hetzel are featured for their opposing views on the performance of the Federal Reserve.
Dean of Arts & Sciences Dan Everett authors an opinion piece describing how and why Bentley's successful integration of business with the arts & sciences can be used by other colleges and universities and applied to different disciplines.
As Real Estate Blogger Scott Van Voorhis gives his take on the next generation of homeowners and analyzes what's to come for the Millennial generation, he highlights the PreparedU Project.
Bentley University's new preparedness study is highlighted for examining the gap between how colleges prepare students for the working world and what employers really need.
The results of Bentley's PreparedU Project survey are higlighted, specifically the widespread disagreement between business leaders, young adults and their families over the root causes of the preparedness gap.
Forbes calls Bentley's new survey on millenial preparedness "massive" and highlights the findings that the writer believes "reflect some key differences between generations".
This Forbes piece focuses on the results of Bentley's PreparedU Survey that reveal differing opinions on the importance of ethics in the workplace. According to Forbes, Bentley's results "confirm a reality gap between millennials and their elders".
Career blogger, Alexandra Levit, who was part of the expert panel during Bentley's PreparedU Project launch event, authors a piece for Business Insider highlighting the solutions to better preparing recent graduates for the workforce that came out of Bentley's newly released research on millennials.