Beau Parent poses with a cardboard cutout of himself at the Freeman School's centennial celebration in 2014.
July 20, 2024
On the 10th anniversary of his death, Freeman looks back at his life and legacy of Beau Parent, who taught accounting at the Freeman School for more than 35 years.
Teachers instructing students at NOLA Nature School
July 18, 2024

NOLA Nature School is a pioneering nonprofit preschool program that educates children through the wonders of nature, but as an organization, it faces many of the same challenges that for-profit businesses do.

Jasmijn Bol portrait in GWBC
July 17, 2024
A new study by Jasmijn Bol, Francis Martin Chair in Business and PwC Professor of Accounting, investigates the differential impacts of Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) for male versus female employees, uncovering significant gender disparities and highlighting the unintended consequences of using management control systems to promote and reward these behaviors.
Jasmijn Bol in GWBC
July 05, 2024
Jasmijn Bol, Francis Martin Chair in Business and PwC Professor of Accounting, was interviewed for an American Banker story about some of the ways artificial intelligence is expected to impact jobs in the financial services industry.
Melissa Lightell
June 21, 2024
Melissa Lightell, assistant dean of graduate admissions, was interviewed by the education news website Best Colleges for a story about Freeman's new MBA curriculum.
Paul Castedo headshot
March 08, 2024
BSM/Master of Accounting program alum Paul Castedo (BSM/MACCT ’19) started his undergraduate studies at Tulane and is now an associate at Advantage Capital, a major investment firm that brings jobs and capital to underserved communities.
January 18, 2024
Deen Kemsley's paper "Tax Evasion Savings versus Unlawful Predicate Proceeds: A Substance-Based Approach," co-authored with Sean A. Kemsley (University of Texas at Austin), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Money Laundering Control.
Stock photo of woman with lightbulb
January 17, 2024
Freeman School accounting professors Jasmijn Bol and Lisa LaViers co-authored an article for MIT Sloan Management Review about innovation contests, in which organizations award prizes to employees who submit the best ideas for new products, services or operational improvements.
October 25, 2023
The A. B. Freeman School of Business has received a $5 million gift from Todd and Gina Schwartz to expand opportunities for students to “learn by doing.”
Lisa LaViers
September 19, 2023

Lisa LaViers, assistant professor of accounting, was interviewed by ABC News for a story on CEO compensation and the United Auto Workers strike.

Lisa LaViers
August 07, 2023

Lisa LaViers, asssistant professor of accounting, was interviewed for an ABC News report that showed CEO compensation rose at more than a dozen tech companies last year despite those firms announcing layoffs during the year.

Lisa LaViers
July 05, 2023

Lisa LaViers, assistant professor of accounting, was interviewed by The New York Times for a story about the impact of CEO pay transparency on employees.

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