San Francisco Chronicle columnist Jon Carroll featured comments from SEBA professor Bill Lee about the possible economic benefits San Francisco would gain from hosting the 2024 Summer Olympics. In a letter to Carroll about the U.S. Olympic Committee's outreach to SF about hosting the games, Lee argues that cities which host big ticket sporting events, like the summer games, don't always benefit from the experience. Lee teaches a course on the economics of sports at the College and is the chair of Saint Mary's economics department.
In its article "10 Undergraduate Business Degrees That Are Worth The Money,"Business Insider reports that a Saint Mary's undergraduate business degree is among the country's top undergraduate diplomas with the highest return on investment (ROI).
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Can businesses change the world for the better, improve the environment, reduce poverty or improve K-12 education? Discovering the answers to those questions is part of the mission of the new Elfenworks Center for Responsible Business (ECRB) at Saint Mary's College of California.
KPIX-TV / CBS-5 interviewed Arnav Sheth, a Saint Mary's assistant professor of finance, about the future of Bitcoin after the website of Mt.
Anchor/reporter Ann Notarangelo of CBS-5/KPIX-TV interviewed SEBA marketing professor Tomas Gomez Arias about a new controversial TV ad featuring San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Saint Mary's SEBA professor James Hawley was quoted in a Crain's Chicago Business and Illinois' Better Government Association (BGA) story about a possible conflict of interest scenario involving a Chicago mass transit union official and pension board m
The Hindu Business Line reported on a presentation by Saint Mary's management professor Jyoti Bachani on "Jugaad," the cultural tradition of frugal innovation in India.
KCBS News spoke with SEBA global marketing professor Tomas Gomez-Arias about the ongoing problem of underage workers in dangerous factories in Southeast Asia, in particular in the garment industry in Cambodia. An associate dean in SMC's School of Economics and Business Administration, Gomez-Arias teaches courses in international business in the SEBA's graduate business program.
The San Jose Mercury News story "Bad Boss Survival Guide," featured insights from several academic experts, including SEBA assistant professor Nancy L