• Research Notes: Ted Fee

    Research Notes: Ted Fee

    Ted Fee’s paper “Playing Favorites? Industry Expert Directors in Diversified Firms,” co-authored with Jesse Ellis and Shawn Thomas, has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.

  • Sid Pulitzer, left, receives the 2011 Tulane Outstanding Entrepreneur of the Year Award from John Elstrott.

    An entrepreneur’s guide to life

    Sid Pulitzer has a tradition. On the first day of his Entrepreneurial Management class, he asks his students how many would object to becoming wealthy in an honest way. If no hands go up, he tells them they’ve qualified to stay in the class.

  • In an image from his team's video submission, J.P. Navarro (MBA '17) makes his case for a portfolio comprising 67 percent Bitcoin ad 33 percent Ether.

    MBA team wins first place in The Economist’s MBA Investment Case Competition

    A team of three MBA students from Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of Business won first place and the top prize of $10,000 in the second annual Economist Investment Case Competition.

  • Research Notes: Jasmijn Bol

    Research Notes: Jasmijn Bol

    Jasmijn Bol’s paper “Subjectivity in Professionals’ Incentive Systems: Differences between Promotion- and Performance-Based Assessments,” co-authored with Justin Leiby, has been accepted for publication in Contemporary Accounting Research.

  • The Tulane Business Model Competition awards more than $40,000 in cash and prizes to startup ventures led by college entrepreneurs.

    Applications now open for 2017 Tulane Business Model Competition

    College entrepreneurs are invited to enter the 17th annual Tulane Business Model Competition for a chance to win more than $40,000 in cash and prizes for promising startup ventures.

Other News

Research Notes: Ted Fee

Research Notes: Ted Fee

Ted Fee’s paper “Playing Favorites? Industry Expert Directors in Diversified Firms,” co-authored with Jesse Ellis and Shawn Thomas, has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.

January 12, 2017 ×
Sid Pulitzer, left, receives the 2011 Tulane Outstanding Entrepreneur of the Year Award from John Elstrott.

An entrepreneur’s guide to life

Sid Pulitzer has a tradition. On the first day of his Entrepreneurial Management class, he asks his students how many would object to becoming wealthy in an honest way. If no hands go up, he tells them they’ve qualified to stay in the class.

December 19, 2016 ×
In an image from his team's video submission, J.P. Navarro (MBA '17) makes his case for a portfolio comprising 67 percent Bitcoin ad 33 percent Ether.

MBA team wins first place in The Economist’s MBA Investment Case Competition

A team of three MBA students from Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of Business won first place and the top prize of $10,000 in the second annual Economist Investment Case Competition.

December 16, 2016 ×
Research Notes: Jasmijn Bol

Research Notes: Jasmijn Bol

Jasmijn Bol’s paper “Subjectivity in Professionals’ Incentive Systems: Differences between Promotion- and Performance-Based Assessments,” co-authored with Justin Leiby, has been accepted for publication in Contemporary Accounting Research.

December 9, 2016 ×
The Tulane Business Model Competition awards more than $40,000 in cash and prizes to startup ventures led by college entrepreneurs.

Applications now open for 2017 Tulane Business Model Competition

College entrepreneurs are invited to enter the 17th annual Tulane Business Model Competition for a chance to win more than $40,000 in cash and prizes for promising startup ventures.

December 6, 2016 ×
Research Notes: Tim West

Research Notes: Tim West

Tim West’s paper “Lenzini Steel: The Impact of Transfer Pricing and Taxes on International Operations,” co-authored by Bradrick Cripe of Northern Illinois University and Anthony Harmon of Grant Thornton LLP, has been accepted for publication in Issues in Accounting Education.

December 1, 2016 ×
A team of Freeman Master of Finance Students won second place in the 2016 ACG Cup. From left to right, Chris Reid of Cardinal Capital, students Fei "Fay" Cheng, Yeqian "Chelsea" Fu, Mengying "Hugo" Hu, Sizhe "Suzy" Mei, Shaoxuan Sun, Patrick Willis of Baker Donelson and Diane Wszalek of Republic Business Credit.

Master of Finance team earns 2nd place in ACG Cup

A team of Master of Finance students from Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of Business earned second-place honors in the 2016 ACG Louisiana Energy Case Competition. Hosted by the […]

December 1, 2016 ×
Beta Gamma Sigma inducts newest members

Beta Gamma Sigma inducts newest members

The Tulane chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, the international honor society recognizing academic excellence in the study of business, welcomed its newest members during a ceremony in the A. B. […]

November 30, 2016 ×
Ethics, innovation and Ashley Madison

Ethics, innovation and Ashley Madison

Can unethical behavior at the individual level predict wrongdoing at the corporate level? That’s a question William Grieser, assistant professor of finance at Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of […]

November 29, 2016 ×
Peggy Babin, a 1992 graduate of the A.B. Freeman School of Business, is CEO of Valmiki 504. She is also a former associate dean of the business school. (Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)

Louisiana startups get boost from Freeman alumni

Several alumni of the A. B. Freeman School of Business have leading roles in a new collaborative effort to make Louisiana’s burgeoning startup market more competitive. In July, the New […]

November 28, 2016 ×