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Scott Sumner, Professor of Economics, is recognized for his enthusiastic endorsement of Nominal GDP targeting in relation to central bankers.
Tony Buono, Management Professor and Coordinator of the Bentley Alliance for Ethics and Social Responsibilty, was appointed to run a new track on Business in Society in the International Management Teachers Academy (IMTA) 2013.
Professor of Economics, Scott Sumner, is referenced in a discussion about the fiscal cliff for his insight on what happens when central banks in fiat-money systems try to inflate.
Toni Wolfman, executive adviser at the Center for Women and Business, comments on the unfortunately slow progress of women rising to business leadership roles. Also picked up by Business Insider, Portland Press Herald, Traverse City Record-Eagle and more.
Michael Hoffman, director of the Center for Business Ethics, gives advice to employed job seekers on how to pursue another position. He discusses the ways in which employees should ethically approach bosses about their absence for an upcoming interview.
Global Studies Professor Asbed Kotchikian was the featured speaker at the Armenian Revolutionary Federation (ARF) program for his work as editor of “The Armenian Review”.
Senior Lecturer, Steve Weisman, is featured for his new book "50 Ways to Protect Your Identity in a Digital Age", which warns customers about the dangers of identity theft and offers tips on how to keep safe this holiday season.
In November, University Distinguished Professor Bob Galliers returned to Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia where he had been Head of the School of Information Systems to give the keynote address and bestow the Galliers Awards on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the founding of the School.
Michael Hoffman, Executive Director of the Center for Business Ethics, addresses ethical issues surrounding the decision by San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich to give several players a day off which led to the team being fined by the National Basketball Association.