Dean Geoffrey Garrett
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
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Master of Business Taxation (MBT)
Master of Business Taxation for Working Professionals (MBT.WP)
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GC in Business Analytics
GC in Financial Analysis + Valuation
GC in Management Studies
GC in Marketing
GC in Optimization + Supply Chain Management
GC in Strategy + Management Consulting
GC in Sustainability + Business
GC in Technology Commercialization
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Leventhal School of Accounting (ACCT)
Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies (BAEP)
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Peter Arkley Institute for Risk Management
Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab
Center for Investment Studies
Initiative on Digital Competition
Randall R. Kendrick Global Supply Chain Institute
Center for Effective Organizations
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VanEck Digital Assets Initiative
Institute for Outlier Research in Business
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Neely Center for Ethical Leadership and Decision Making
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(Still) Going Global
USC Marshall hosts the Business International Studies Network annual conference (BisNet) to discuss how schools kept international experiences for students relevant during the pandemic.
The Marshall School of Business is well-known for its focus on international learning opportunities. In a non-pandemic year, the school typically sends more than 800 undergraduate students abroad, either for week-long faculty-led company visits, or longer-term study abroad opportunities.
This year, Marshall is hosting the Business International Studies Network (BisNet), a forum of top U.S. business school undergraduate administrators whose members work in cooperation to advance international business education, October 13-15, 2021.
Marshall joined the organization, now in its 20th year, in 2014, and is one of 28 universities involved. Schools attending this virtual event include NYU’s Stern School of Business and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
“As a leader in international business education, this conference allows USC Marshall to showcase its unique international programs and how we successfully pivoted during the pandemic,” said Anakkarat (Ana) Barth, director of Marshall’s Office of Global Programs and Partnerships. “It also gives us an opportunity to share, discuss ideas, and learn best practices from other top business schools in the U.S.”
Each year, the member schools’ international and study abroad administrators meet to discuss opportunities and challenges related to international business education. This year’s tentative conference topics include Diversity and Inclusion in Study Abroad, Risk Assessment, In-Country Safety and Security, and Best Practices.
Quoted: Michael Mische on Fox News
MISCHE, lecturer of management and organization, offers thoughts on the adverse effects that could result from California legislation aimed at regulating oil companies on FOX NEWS.
"Increasing Charity Donations: A Bandit Learning Approach"
In recent work, Professor Somya Singhvi and his co-author propose a novel approach to maximizing donations on such platforms by developing a recommendation system that overcomes some of the drawbacks of widely used recommender systems.
Quoted: Kristen Jaconi in The Wall Street Journal
JACONI, associate professor of the practice of accounting, adds perspective in a piece evaluating the roles and responsibilities of risk management in the wake of recent banking failures.
Quoted: Rodney Ramcharan in the Los Angeles Times
RAMCHARAN, professor of finance and business economics, calls criticism of SVB's donations to BLM and like-minded organizations "trivial and irrelevant".
Cited: Erica Jiang on The Economist
Work by JIANG, assistant professor of finance and business economics, and co-authors is highlighted in a piece on THE ECONOMIST looking at the systemic flaws in America's banking industry. [Paywall]