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Portfolio managers in financial companies such as mutual funds, hedge funds, and other funds which invest in financial securities face the difficult task of making the "right" investment decisions and establishing investment strategies to benefit their clients. One of their biggest challenges is appropriately [...]
The Johnson & Strachan Distinguished Speaker Series has recently been renamed the Brown & Brown Distinguished Speaker Series to reflect the acquisition of the sponsoring company, Johnson & Strachan, by Brown & Brown Insurance. Established in 2009, the speaker series has brought a diverse [...]
Throughout history, many have attempted to figure out what it means to be a good leader. Everyone from Machiavelli to Ghandi has shared their views on the topic. There is an abundance of resources—books, workshops, and seminars—that share the "secrets" of effective leadership and leadership styles [...]
Detecting Financial Fraud by Colleen Kearney Rich -- Mar 29th 2013
Does a struggling economy make people and companies more likely to commit financial fraud? Mason fraud expert Keith Jones says not necessarily. According to Jones, fraud is more common during the booms and the "bubbles." It is when the economy takes a downward turn that these fraudulent activities and [...]
The Washington Business Journal's sixth-annual Minority Business Leader Awards were held on March 21 at the Washington Hilton and honored several George Mason constituents. The program annually recognizes the Washington region's top 25 minority business leaders based on demonstrated business success [...]
In the spring of 2010, President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), commonly known as Obamacare, which initiated significant changes to the U.S. healthcare system. Though this legislation is still considered controversial by some, its impact can already be felt in many [...]
Students, faculty, administrators, and recruiters rely on a set of standards to evaluate and compare schools. For nearly 100 years, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB) has set the standards for business education, and George Mason School of Business Dean Jorge [...]
With a background in organizational behavior, Rockmann, associate professor in George Mason's School of Business, has devoted his research to answering this multifaceted question. Specifically, his research revolves around the psychological attachments that individuals maintain with organizations, teams [...]
As finalists in this year's CFA Virginia Investment Research Challenge, School of Business students Amit Chawla, Prince Jindal, Edward Ryder, Jason Shadish, and Chelsea Stearns presented their "sell" recommendation for Virginia-owned Brinks Company in front of a panel of judges and others at the Omni [...]
The Effect of IT Investments in Healthcare by Rosa Vivanco -- Feb 25th 2013
Preceding, but in line with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), commonly known as Obamacare, President Obama signed a stimulus bill in 2009 designating $19 billion for healthcare IT spending. A 2012 study by L.E.K. Consulting found that 57% of hospitals plan to increase their IT [...]

George Mason University School of Business

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