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December 4, 2011
(Voice of America)

Economics Professor Scott Sumner offers his views on the Income Gap in the United States.

Source: Voice of America Type: Media Coverage Permalink
December 3, 2011
(Wall Street Pit)

Economics Professor Scott Sumner writes about his views on the impact of unemployment insurance.

Source: Wall Street Pit Type: Media Coverage Permalink
Tagged as: Faculty insight
December 2, 2011
(NECN.com)

Senior Lecturer Steve Weisman offers advice on how to make yourself less vulnerable to scams during the holiday season.

Source: NECN.com Type: Media Coverage Permalink
Tagged as: Faculty spotlight
December 1, 2011
(Fierce EMR)

Marc Resnick, professor of Human Factors and Information Design, offers his opinon on the usefulnessof electronic health records.

Source: Fierce EMR Type: Media Coverage Permalink
November 30, 2011
(the Daily Caller)

Professor of Economics Scott Sumner offers his opinion on a proposed solution to the European debt crisis.

Source: the Daily Caller Type: Media Coverage Permalink
Tagged as: Scott Sumner
November 28, 2011
(Waltham Daily News Tribune)

Economics Professor David Gulley comments on the economic impact of building casinos in Massachusetts.

Source: Waltham Daily News Tribune Type: Media Coverage Permalink
November 28, 2011
(National Review)

In this National Review piece, Economics Professor Scott Sumner is credited with resurrecting neomonetarism philosophy and nominal GDP targeting.

Source: National Review Type: Media Coverage Permalink
Tagged as: Faculty spotlight
November 28, 2011
(Bloomberg.com)

Economics Professor Scott Sumner comments on the Fed's lack of transparency and strategy on their monetary policy. This story was also picked up by Bloomberg Businessweek.

Source: Bloomberg.com Type: Media Coverage Permalink
November 27, 2011
(The Telegraph)

Economics Professor Scott Sumner is highlighted for his opinion on how to save the European Financial System.

Source: The Telegraph Type: Media Coverage Permalink
November 25, 2011
(Boson Business Journal)

Bentley's Human Factors in Information Design program is highlighted for providing product-design and technology training in the field of usability - a growing job category despite an ailing economy.

Source: Boson Business Journal Type: Media Coverage Permalink

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