Debating Immigration Law, Mortgage Payment Tips, the Future of Sport Betting, and More
A roundup of media mentions featuring faculty and staff from the Fox School of Business and the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management. The future of sport betting Last week, a Supreme Court decision lifts a long-standing sport betting ban. STHM’s Dr. Joseph Mahan, whose research has explored the correlation between sport betting and […]
Find Out Where These 2018 Fox School of Business Grads Are Going Next
The Fox School of Business‘ Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD) has a commencement tradition. Toward the end of every semester, graduating students, when they secure a post-graduation job, ring a bell and publicly announce who their soon-to-be employer is and what their new position will be. It’s a great way to declare, “I did […]
Fox School Team Wins Prize at International Business Case Competition
Last month, a team of four Fox School juniors took a road trip to the University of Missouri-St. Louis to compete in the 2018 International Business Case Competition. They placed second and returned to Temple with a cash prize of $500. The Fox School team—consisting of students Tyler Ascione, Sonali Patel, Nathan Pham, and Tarun […]
Driving Economic Growth Through Partnerships Between Academics, Trade Leaders
The U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) of the U.S. Department of Commerce has awarded The World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia (WTCGP) a $1M, three-year matching grant to implement key strategies of the Greater Philadelphia Export Plan. As part of the nationwide Global Cities Initiative (GCI), supported by the Brookings Institution and JPMorgan Chase, the […]
What Is the Role of International Business Researchers?
A conversation with Alain Verbeke about how the international business research community should adapt to today’s global context. *The opinions expressed are the personal opinions of the interviewee and not of the Fox School of Business. In late 2017, the Fox School of Business hosted the Academy of International Business U.S. Northeast Conference. For the […]
What Can Policy Makers and Business Leaders Learn From Detroit and Seattle?
The automobile industry in Detroit is thriving. This seems counterintuitive considering all we know about the damaging impact the last four decades of auto industry decline had on the city. But a meaningful transformation happened and automobile firms have found new ways to flourish. Fox School of Business professor Ram Mudambi has been researching the […]
The Value of an International Business Education
There has been a backlash against globalization and multinational corporations lately, but as new markets emerge, people, knowledge, capital, raw materials, finished products, services, and culture will increasingly flow across national boundaries. This flow is the essence of international business, and its success hinges on understanding the new configurations that will emerge. It is […]
Gray Market Firms: Entrepreneurs or Survivalists?
According to the research findings of a professor from the Fox School, business ownership doesn’t always equate to entrepreneurship. Dr. Kevin J. Fandl, assistant professor in the Department of Legal Studies in Business, and his coauthor, Juana Paola Bustamante of the International Finance Corporation, analyzed a law passed in 2010 in Colombia to assess the […]
Fox School adding to its undergraduate, graduate programming for 2016-17 academic year
The Fox School of Business at Temple University will introduce new academic programs for the 2016-17 academic year. A Bachelor of Science program in Statistical Science and Data Analytics headlines the new offerings by the Fox School, and joins two undergraduate minors in Leadership and International Business Administration. At the graduate level, students can elect […]