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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 [...]
Everyone likes getting more bang for their buck and credit cards with reward programs have become increasingly popular because they offer perks and bonuses on purchases. Figuring out how rewards programs work, however, can be a bit of a hassle. some offer a percentage of cash back or number of reward [...]
Corporate entrepreneurship often emerges on a CEO's priority list as he continually examines the best way to manage and run a business to its peak performance.  Defined as a combination of a firm's innovation, venturing (expansion into new markets), and strategic renewal activities (activities [...]
The program guides students through six different components which provide information on the entire job search process from creating and perfecting a résumé and cover letter to developing interview skills. Many of the components offer in-person and online options to accommodate students' busy schedules [...]
Dr. Wolf Named MBA and MSA Program Director by Nicole Hitpas -- Feb 8th 2013
"In the fall of 2013 we will launch a new delivery format enabling part-time students to complete the degree in two years," says Wolf. "In the near future we hope to develop an online or hybrid delivery method that maintains our high-quality standards as well as sustaining meaningful interactions [...]
But this reality comes with a price tag. The 2011 average annual price for undergraduate tuition, fees, room, and board was $13,564 at public institutions and $32,026 at private, not-for-profit and for-profit institutions. Financing a college degree comes from a variety of sources including students [...]
Area Scholar Award Motivates Students to Excel by Nicole Hitpas -- Jan 31st 2013
The Area Scholar Award was established to recognize one student in each of the five areas—accounting, finance, information systems and operations management, marketing, and management—of the School of Business who embodies the values and attributes associated with excellence based on his or her [...]
"George Mason has established an outstanding academic platform for educating the Washington, D.C., region's next generation of real estate developers, financiers, and planners," says Wulff. "As Mason's real estate program enters its fifth year, my goal is to generate a strong and constant dialogue with [...]

George Mason University School of Business

Ranked by U.S. News & World Report in the top 10 percent of all AACSB accredited business schools, the School of Business is one of only 25 percent of business schools accredited in both business and accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International.




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