A gift from Tulane alumnus Albert R. Lepage (MBA ’71) has established an annual award to recognize A. B. Freeman School of Business faculty whose teaching significantly advances the ideals of equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI).
The A. B. Freeman School of Business has released the final reports of three special task forces convened by Dean Ira Solomon to develop recommendations to improve equity and diversity within the school.
Paulo Goes, Dean and Halle Chair in Leadership at the University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management, has been named dean of Tulane University’s A.B. Freeman School of Business, effective Aug. 23, 2021.
The Albert Lepage Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Tulane’s A. B. Freeman School of Business has announced the six projects that will receive grants as part of its Count the Costs research initiative.
When Sam Childs, Maria Francque, Gabe Harris and Hunter Mathas signed up for Mara Force’s course on hedge funds in the fall of 2020, GameStop wasn’t high on their radar. In fact, it wasn’t anywhere on their radar.
John Healey’spaper “What if Your Owners Also Own Other Firms in Your Industry? The Relationship between Institutional Common Ownership, Marketing, and Firm Performance” has been accepted for publication in International Journal of Research in Marketing.
Han Jiang’spaper “Cleaning House before Hosting New Guests: A Political Path Dependence Model of Political Connection Adaptation in the Aftermath ofAnticorruption Shocks” has been accepted for publication in Strategic Management Journal.
Pierre Conner, professor of practice and executive director of the Tulane Energy Institute, was interviewed for a Mashable story on the Biden administration’s approval of the country’s first major offshore wind farm.
For Freeman alumni Steve Jarmel (BSM ’93) and John Findlay (BSM ’07), the decision to strike out on their own in private equity presented an opportunity to not only generate superior returns but also to build a company where culture matters.
Ira Solomon’s paper “Do Stronger Wise-Thinking Dispositions Enable Auditors to Evaluate Audit Evidence Objectively When Assessing and Addressing Fraud Risk?” has been accepted for publication in Contemporary Accounting Research.
The Executive MBA program at Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of Business recently admitted the most diverse class in program history, with increased percentages of minority, female and military veteran students.