Peter Ricchiuti, senior professor of practice and research director of Burkenroad Reports, was interviewed for a story in Fortune about whether recent movement toward a yield curve inversion suggests an increased chance for recession.
Jonathan Jona's paper “Underlying Risk Preferences and Analyst Risk-Taking Behavior,” co-authored with Sean Cleary of University of Melbourne, Gladys Lee of University of Melbourne and Joshua Shemesh of Monash University, has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.
Gans Narayanmoorthy, associate professor of accounting, was interviewed for an article in Fortune about how companies are increasingly using non-GAAP accounting metrics to present a more favorable — and possibly misleading — view to the public.
Leading up to its 12th year, New Orleans Entrepreneur Week (NOEW), co-produced by the A. B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University and The Idea Village, has announced its lineup of headline speakers.
Morad Zekhnini's paper "Financial Integration and Credit Democratization: Linking Banking Deregulation to Economic Growth," co-authored with Elizabeth Berger of Cornell University, Alexander Butler of Rice University and Edwin Hu of the SEC’s DERA group, has been accepted for publication in Journal of Financial Intermediation.
Rob Lalka, executive director of the Lepage Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, contributed an op-ed to Governing.com about how cities can use data to support investment and economic development.
Christine Smith, professor of practice in accounting and assistant director of the BSM/Master of Accounting program, contributed an article to Accounting Today about things students can do to make the most of their final college semester.
Russell Ledet (MD/MBA ’22) was interviewed by NBC News and other media about the viral photo he organized showing black Tulane University medical students posing at Whitney Plantation in Edgard, Louisiana.