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Ezra Klein of the Washington Post names Professor of Economics Scott Sumner the "Most Influential-Yet-Obscure Economic Blogger" of the year for his innovative ideas on economic reform.
Senior Lecturer of Management Michael Boyd offers perspective to the Boston Herald on a new sitcom that features out-of-work men dressing as women in order to work.
Forbes.com includes Bentley University in a recently published list of "Colleges That Will Make You Rich".
Founding Director of the Bentley University Center for Women and Business Betsy Myers' book Take the Lead is touted by the Washington Post as one of year's best books on leadership.
After much research and analysis Bentley honors students are highlighted for presenting Waltham City Officials with implementable recommendations on how they could improve the business climate on Main Street.
A senior honors capstone course led by Professor Charlie Hadlock spent a semester researching and analyzing Waltham's Main Street and is highlighted for presenting well-organized and implementable recommendations to the city.
Marketing Lecturer Michael Tesler offers insight on what local stores must do to compete with larger, corporate stores during the holiday rush.
A new book by Dean of Arts & Sciences Dan Everett is named a science highlight of 2011 by Pat Churchland, one of the world's leading scientists. Dean Everett's book, Language: The Cultural Tool (Random House, March 2012), explores his research on language and its origins, focusing on Brazil's Pirahãs tribe.