Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of Business climbed 11 spots to No. 31 overall in the 2023 Poets&Quants for Undergrads ranking of the nation’s top undergraduate business schools.
Freeman School Dean Paulo Goes, Burkenroad Reports founder Peter Ricchiuti and Business School Council member Jay Lapeyre (MBA/JD’ 78) are among the panelists and authors representing the Freeman School for the second annual New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane University.
Natalie Longmire, assistant professor of management, contributed an article to AACSB Insights highlighting ways individuals can build stronger interpersonal skills, an essential element in achieving success in the workplace.
Assistant Professor of Management Han Jiang recently had papers accepted for publication in Production and Operations Management and Global Strategy Journal.
Xianjun Geng’s paper “Which Enemy to Dance with? A New Role of Software Piracy in Influencing Anti-piracy Strategies,” co-authored with Yonghua Ji (University of Alberta) and Can Sun (University of Science and Technology of China), was accepted for publication in Information Systems Research.
Stephanie Cheng and Yuchen Zhang’s paper “‘High’ innovators? Marijuana Legalization and Regional Innovation” was selected as the lead article in the March issue of Production and Operations Management (POM).
Ceres, the plant protein cereal startup co-founded by Tulane MBA student Rich Simmerman (MBA ’24), has been named one of 13 national finalists in the AWS University Startup Competition.
Ashley Nelson, senior professor of practice in management communication, was interviewed by Yahoo! Finance for a story about government concerns over the Chinese-owned social media app TikTok.
For the members of the A. B. Freeman School of Business MBA Class of 1972, their milestone 50th reunion provided an opportunity to reconnect with friends, spend time in New Orleans and reminisce about everything that Tulane made possible in their lives.
Sheri Tice’s paper “Mutual Funds and Stock Fundamentals” has been accepted for publication in the Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting.
Gus De Franco’s paper “Do Firms Mimic Industry Leaders’ Accounting? Evidence from Financial Statement Comparability” has been accepted for publication in The Accounting Review.
Peter Ricchiuti, senior professor of practice and director of Burkenroad Reports, was interviewed by the Advocate for a story about how a portfolio of Louisiana stocks fared in 2022.