CBS5/KPIX-TV interviewed SEBA Economics Lecturer John Gruenstein about a new report from the Pew Research Center that shows a shrinking middle class in the Bay Area.
Submitted by Mike McAlpin on Tue, 2016-05-03 13:27
A new research study, co-authored by Saint Mary’s College Management Professor Michael Hadani, reveals how some companies have been successful in blocking corporate social responsibility (CSR) proxy proposals by engaging in corporate political activity and receiving preferential treatment from the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The special SFGate feature “Why business leaders need liberal arts,” highlights the academic approach at Saint Mary’s, which show how the liberal arts and business skills combine to help SMC undergraduate and graduate student
Submitted by Mike McAlpin on Sat, 2016-01-23 10:45
The School of Economics and Business Administration (SEBA) at Saint Mary’s College of California and the San Francisco Chronicle have again partnered to recognize Bay Area social innovators making an impact in the world throug
With the holiday shopping season unofficially kicking off with Black Friday, KCBS News spoke with SEBA Marketing Professor Andrew Wilson about his research on consumer decision making.
The Australian news outlet The Age features observations from SEBA Professor Andrew Wilson in the article "Why optimistic people are more likely to be duped." Wilson, who teaches courses on marketing management and resear
U.S. News interviewed SEBA Professor Terence Pitre about investing in companies specializing in wearable technology, such as Apple and FitBit.
Cardhub.com, an online resource for consumers for selecting credit cards and personal finance advice, featured SEBA Accounting Professor Terence Pitre in its recent report about money management. In addition to addressing matters such as what to look for when hiring an accountant and accounting software for the home, Pitre, offers insights to financial responsibility for everyday life. Read the article "Your Map To The Maze Of Debits & Credits."
In a story about meditation at colleges and universities, the national edition of the Deseret News spoke with SEBA Professor Jyoti Bachani about her Jan Tem
Inside Higher Ed reported on SEBA's Digital Drivers License (DDL) program.