Meet the 29 full-time faculty members joining D'Amore-McKim this fall; a group with boundary-spanning expertise that will deepen the school's interdisciplinary reach.
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The Academy of Management (AOM), the preeminent professional association for management and organization scholars, recently hosted its annual conference in Boston. As part of the event, several awards were announced for journal authors, reviewers, and symposium conductors across its six journals and 26 divisions and interest groups. The D'Amore-McKim community fared well in these results, with five faculty and staff among those recognized.
The Academy of Management has recognized the Huang and her co-author's piece examining gender based venture capital bias.
Summer Bridge Scholars Program builds bonds, promises greater retention rates among first-year students
Incoming first year Jonathan Bush says the Summer Bridge Program was incredibly reassuring for him as he prepares to start at D'Amore-McKim in the fall. Professor Martin Dias is excited to see students already making connections.
The Academy of Management has honored David De Cremer, D'Amore-McKim's inbound Dunton Family Dean, along with his seven coauthors for their paper's “clear and important contribution to the field of management.”
“We are kind of getting used to seeing jackpots go above $1 billion,” says Yakov Bart, associate professor of marketing. With more people buying tickets, the odds of winning just keep falling.
Every social media marketer woke up on Wednesday, July 5th, with the same thought: should I stay or should I go?
This is a classic case of the false dilemma fallacy. You don't have to leave Twitter and you don't have to create a new Threads strategy – just yet.
Using data about Shark Tank, study finds women are less likely to get funding when pitching innovative ideas to investors
The “Gender Liability of Venture Novelty,” co-authored by Northeastern professor Zhenyu Liao, published these key findings in the Academy of Management Journal.
The buzz around all things generative AI has hit academia like a sledgehammer. From concerns about academic integrity to how using an “assistant” might affect student learning, professors everywhere are talking about it.
Liberal-leaning businesses left Russia faster than conservative-leaning ones, Northeastern research finds
Dau and Thams' research found that U.S. firms led by liberal-leaning CEOs were more likely to exit Russia at the onset of the 2022 Ukraine-Russia military conflict than those run by conservative CEOs.