In this National Review piece, Economics Professor Scott Sumner is credited with resurrecting neomonetarism philosophy and nominal GDP targeting.
You are here
Newsroom: Media Coverage
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.
Professor Bruce Weinberg comments on the uptick in open marketing positions, specifically those centered around data and technology. He calls this emerging position a “marketing technologist.”
Bentley welcomed more than 400 Waltham seniors for the University's annual Senior Citizen Thanksgiving Dinner on Tuesday, November 22.
Bentley University is highlighted for University Career Services' "Thanksgiving Networking Challenge" - a contest encouraging students to make professional connections with family and friends over the holiday break. Managing Director of Career Services Susan Brennan explains the challenge to US News.
Bentley University collaborated with the Boston Club and Mercer to publish the 2011 Annual Census of Women Directors and Executive Officers of Massachusetts Public Companies. Research showed that little change occurred for women holding executive positions in these top companies since last year's report.