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Financial Times Ranks BU EMBA 1st In New England, 27th In US

BU EMBA continues to select a remarkably experienced class, ranking 3rd in work experience among US-based programs and 23rd overall. More

Kira Fabrizio Wins 2014 Richard R. Nelson Prize

Assistant Professor Kira Fabrizio has been recognized for her article “Absorptive Capacity and the Search for Innovation," which examines the link between a firm’s absorptive capacity-building activities and the search process for innovation. More

New Paper from Shulamit Kahn Finds Gender Discrimination Irrelevant in Math-Intensive Fields

The image of a male-dominated academy persists, but references to gender discrimination are no longer a valid cause of women's underrepresentation in math-intensive fields. More

The Economist Cites Andrea Buffa’s Research

Co-written with Dimitri Vayanos and Paul Woolley of the London School of Economics, Buffa's new paper sheds light on an anomaly The Economist believes is a result of how investors choose fund managers. More

BU’s Undergraduate Business Program Secures Top 40 Spot on U.S. News List

Boston University School of Management jumped four spots in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings. More

James Post: Market Basket “Victory” May Be an Illusion

After more than 40 days of protests, the parties finally reached “yes.” Boston Globe columnist Shirley Leung hailed it as “People Win Over Profit. For Once.” I say, not so fast. More

Boston University Ranked 28th on Forbes 2014 Most Entrepreneurial List

Among Boston-area schools, BU was only outranked by MIT, which came in second on the list, and edged out Harvard (34) and Boston College (48) for a spot in the top 30. More

Kathy Kram Publishes New Book on Mentorship

To succeed in a world that is constantly transforming, we must form relationships through which we can learn new skills, develop new opportunities, and build effective collaborations, according to Kathy Kram, Richard C. Shipley Professor in Management at Boston University School of Management. More

New Research from Joseph Restuccia Finds Hospital Leadership Important for Quality Improvement

A new paper by Professor of Operations and Technology Management Joseph Restuccia investigates the extent to which hospitals are engaging in quality improvement activities (QIAs). More

Commencement 2014: In the Loop

Stay in the loop with some important information about Boston University's 141st Commencement. More