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Brandeis IBS Faculty Members in the News and Media

Our faculty are frequently published and quoted in leading news and research publications such as The New York Times, Fortune Magazine and The Washington Post. They are prominent bloggers on LinkedIn and The Huffington Post and share their expertise on global business, economics, finance, communication and more.

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Carol Osler, Christopher Alt

May 7, 2018

Carol Osler, Christopher Alt recognized for Excellence in Teaching

By Brian Messenger

Brandeis International Business School (IBS) faculty members Carol Osler and Christopher Alt are the winners of this year’s Excellence in Teaching awards. The awards are presented each spring to individuals who have demonstrated passion, commitment and outstanding contributions to the business school.

Peter Petri

April 16, 2018

Why Trump is reconsidering joining the TPP trade agreement he slammed

Peter Petri | NBC News

Peter Petri, interim dean at Brandeis IBS provides commentary on the Trans-Pacific Partnership

Katy Graddy

March 22, 2018

Professor recognized for her contributions to economics, business and the arts

Kathryn Graddy, Fred and Rita Richman Distinguished Professor of Economics and Senior Associate Dean of the Brandeis International Business School (IBS), was awarded an honorary doctorate at the Copenhagen Business School’s 101st Annual Celebration on March 16, 2018.

Professor Stephen Cecchetti giving the Rosen Family Chair lecture.

February 22, 2018

Cecchetti calls for harnessing technology and policy to make financial system more safe and accessible

In his inaugural lecture marking his appointment to the prestigious Rosen Family Chair in International Finance, Professor Stephen Cecchetti pointed to India’s success in improving access to the financial system through the introduction of free bank accounts as an example of how to make the global financial system more accessible.


January 3, 2018

Op-Eds and Interviews in Global News

Ben Gomes-Casseres continually provides business commentary to leading global news outlets. He is often called upon for his expertise in mergers, alliances, technology and innovation.

Ben Gomes-Casseres

January 2, 2018

What the Big Mergers of 2017 Tell Us About 2018

Ben Gomes-Casseres | Harvard Business Review

Professor of International Business Ben Gomes-Casseres discusses the many ways that the mergers of 2017 will affect the economy in the new year.

Dan Bergstresser

January 2, 2018

Tax Reform Threatens Infrastructure Investment

Dan Bergstresser | Econofact

Associate Professor of Finance Dan Bergstresser explores the affects of the new tax plan.

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December 20, 2017

Ben Gomes-Casseres Talks to About Meal Kit Company Purple Carrot

“You want to give each of your partners enough room to run, enough so they can develop their best work, but avoid that they start bumping into each other in an unproductive way.”


December 6, 2017

Senior Associate Dean Katy Graddy Discusses Her Study on When Artists Create Their Best Works

"Our study reflects that artists, in the year following the death of a friend or relative, are on average less creative than at other times in their lives," said economist Kathryn Graddy of Brandeis University.

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December 6, 2017

Professor Ben Gomes-Casseres Speaks to the New York Times about the CVS-Aetna Merger

"It's an industry highly in flux," said Benjamin Gomes-Casseres, a professor at Brandeis International Business School. "What we have here is a remixing of assets"

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Ben Gomes-Casseres

November 7, 2017

The CVS-Aetna Merger Hinges on One Question: What Do Consumers Get Out of It?

by Ben Gomes-Casseres | Harvard Business Review

Mergers and acquisitions expert Ben Gomes-Casseres explores business possibilities stemming from discussions of healthcare company consolidations.


October 18, 2017

Focus on the quality of HE, not quantity of students

by Nader Habibi | University World News

Professor Nader Habibi discusses higher education and employment in Turkey.

September 5, 2017

A Simple Way to Be More Assertive (Without Being Pushy)

by Andy Molinsky | Harvard Business Review

Professor Andy Molinsky provides tips on how to be appropriately assertive and overcome the fear of speaking up in the workplace.

Whole Foods

August 24, 2017

Amazon says it will cut Whole Foods prices as it completes acquisition Monday

by Matt Day | The Seattle Times

Brandeis IBS professor Ben Gomes-Casseres comments on Amazon's recent acquisition of Whole Foods and the changes that will follow.

Ben Gomes-Casseres

July 24, 2017

Cable TV Upheaval Prompts a Wave of Media Merger Talks

by Meg James | Los Angeles Times

Mergers and acquisitions expert Ben Gomes-Casseres explores business possibilities stemming from discussions of media company consolidations.

July 12, 2017

What to Do When Your Heart Isn't in Your Work Anymore

by Andy Molinsky | Harvard Business Review

Professor Andy Molinsky shares guidance on evaluating perspective, opportunities for growth when work loses its meaning and motivation.

Professor Nader Habibi

June 27, 2017

Brain Drain to the West: Why Iran's Brightest Young Graduates are Leaving Their Country Behind

by Mick Krever | CNN

Professor Nader Habibi talks about the impact of Iranian culture, economy and politics on the movement of young graduates to other parts of the world.

June 19, 2017

What Does Whole Foods Get From Amazon? Alexa, For Starters

by Benjamin Gomes-Cassers | Harvard Business Review

The recent acquisition of Whole Foods by Amazon will lead to perks for both companies. Professor Ben Gomes-Casseres looks at how this "business remix" will create new opportunities.

Robert Podorefsky and Robert Reitano

June 14, 2017

Brandeis International Business School (IBS) honors faculty and staff with awards for dedicated service, excellence in teaching

by Samantha Mocle

At this year’s Dean’s Reception on the Friday before commencement, two Brandeis IBS faculty and two staff members were presented with awards for their passion, commitment and outstanding contributions to the business school.

Detlev Suderow

June 13, 2017

General Electric Will Have to Shed More Than CEO to Boost Profits

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer | Marketplace

Professor Detlev Suderow contributes to a conversation on Marketplace about the future of General Electric's leadership, project capacity and revenue.

Andy Molinsky

May 25, 2017

Step Outside of Your Comfort Zone

Presented by Andy Molinsky | TEDx Brandeis

Professor Andy Molinsky participates in a TEDx session with Brandeis University and shares tips, research and his own personal story on getting out of your comfort zone.


May 24, 2017

Huntsman Merger Could Create More Houston-Area Jobs, CEO Says

by Jordan Blum | Houston Chronicle

Professor Ben Gomes-Casseres explains the significance of the merger between chemical makers Huntsman Corp. and Clariant. Neither company is large enough to swallow the other, he says, so they're coming together to build a stronger foothold in the industry.

Brandeis IBS Commencement

May 21, 2017

Graduates of Brandeis International Business School Encouraged to Seek Meaning and Truth, Give Back in Midst of Shifting Globalization Trends

Brandeis International Business School (IBS) held its 23rd annual diploma ceremony on Sunday, May 21 to commemorate 160 members of the Class of 2017.

Ben Gomes-Casseres

May 15, 2017

Sprint, T-Mobile Merger Talks On

by Mark Davis | The Kansas City Star

Professor Ben Gomes-Casseres discusses best practices for deals, mergers as cell providers T-Mobile and Sprint enter talks for potential partnership.

Professor Grace Zimmerman

May 12, 2017

ViewPoint: Women Entrepreneurs Gain, Hurdles Remain

by Grace Zimmerman | Boston Business Journal

Professor Grace Zimmerman looks at the opportunities, hurdles for female entrepreneurship in an op-ed for the Boston Business Journal.

Andy Molinsky

May 11, 2017

Why Getting Too Comfortable is Sabotaging Your Success

by William Arruda | Forbes

Professor Andy Molinsky talks with Forbes about stretching out of your comfort zone and identifying barriers to success.

Daniel Bergstresser

May 9, 2017

How Should We Pay for Our Infrastructure?

by Dan Bergstreser | EconoFact

Professor Daniel Bergstresser examines different arguments and proposed methods behind financing infrastructure improvements in the United States.

Property of the Jerusalem Post

March 21, 2017

Mobileye: An Entry – Not an Exit

by Sharon Udasin | The Jerusalem Post

Professor Ben Gomes-Casseres discusses the recent partnership between Intel and Mobileye, an Israeli company known for high-tech development of autonomous vehicle and driver assistance computer systems.

Lan Xue '90, MA '91

March 2, 2017

Lan Xue '90, MA '91 to Receive 2017 Brandeis IBS Dean's Medal, Address Students at Commencement

Professor Benjamin Gomes-Casseres '76 to deliver faculty remarks at ceremony

Interim Dean Peter Petri shares news that Brandeis University and International Business School (IBS) alumnus to receive Dean's Medal at 2017 Diploma Ceremony as part of Brandeis University's Commencement weekend.

Photo by Davide Bonazzi

February 17, 2017

Expanding Your Comfort Zone

by Samantha Mocle | Brandeis Magazine

Does the prospect of networking at a conference or making small talk between business meetings make you want to curl up in a fetal position? Professor Andy Molinsky talks with Brandeis Magazine about his new book, aimed at individuals seeking to come out of their comfort zone.

February 6, 2017

Brandeis International Business School Programs Achieve STEM Classification

Brandeis International Business School (IBS) announced today that the Master of Science in Finance (MSF), Master of Arts in International Economics and Finance (MA), Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA), PhD in International Economics and Finance and one concentration within the Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs are now distinguished as STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) designated programs.


February 6, 2017

Abe to Tout Japan's U.S. Investment Plans in Trump Meeting

by Mitsuru Obe | The Wall Street Journal

Interim Dean Peter Petri weighs in on potential direction of meeting discussions between Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and President Donald Trump.

February 2, 2017

Don't Let Imposter Syndrome Derail You at Work. You Got This.

by Andy Molinsky | The Boston Globe

Professor Andy Molinsky, Author of REACH and Global Dexterity, shares advice on how to advance your career by overcoming imposter syndrome.

Abandoned: graffiti artists outside a disused Detroit factory © Getty Images

January 25, 2017

Davos Elite Needs to Heed Wrath of the 'Left Behind'

by Chris Giles | Financial Times

The Brandeis International Business School (IBS) Rosenberg Professor of Global Finance (On Leave) Dr. Catherine L. Mann comments on generating more responsive economies.

January 20, 2017

Free Yourself from What You "Should" Be Doing

by Andy Molinsky | Harvard Business Review

Professor Andy Molinsky, Author of REACH, talks about the difference between compliance and comfort in the workplace and in everyday routines.

Professor Nader Habibi

January 5, 2017

There's A Battle in Iran Over the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps Business Empire

by Nader Habibi and Eric Lob | The Washington Post

Professor Nader Habibi discusses the relationship between Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and the country's economy.

Stephen Cecchetti Receives Honorary Doctorate from Unibas

January 4, 2017

University of Basel Awards Professor Steve Cecchetti with Honorary Doctorate

Cecchetti recognized for contributions to business and economics, work with Bank for International Settlements

Brandeis International Business School (IBS) Professor Steve Cecchetti was awarded an honorary doctorate from the faculty of business and economics at the University of Basel at the institution’s 556th Dies Academicus in November 2016.

Photo courtesy of PBS NewsHour

December 29, 2016

The 10 Most Remarkable Deals - and Busts - of 2016

by Ben Gomes-Casseres | PBS NewsHour

Professor Ben Gomes-Casseres highlights new mergers, partnerships and business busts from the past year.

Professor Andy Molinsky

December 13, 2016

LinkedIn Top Voices 2016: The 10 Must-Know Writers in Education

by Maya Pope-Chappell | LinkedIn

Professor Andy Molinsky is named as a leading expert and writer on LinkedIn's 2016 list of top education authors.

Wired Photo - Amazon Black Friday

December 9, 2016

Sorry, Donald Trump: Amazon Dominates, But It's No Monopoly

by Davey Alba | Wired

Professor Benjamin Gomes-Casseres, an expert on business alliances, contributes to an evaluation of Amazon's behavior and market status in light of suggestions that it could qualify as a monopoly.

Innovation Showcase

November 29, 2016

Brandeis Innovators Seek to Make an Impact

by Christina Moores | BrandeisNOW

The second annual Brandeis Innovation Showcase captured the deep entrepreneurial spirit on campus across a variety of disciplines and areas of the University, including faculty and student projects at Brandeis IBS.

Professor Andy Molinsky

November 17, 2016

3 Secrets For Getting Out of Stuff You Just Don't Have Time to Do

by Andy Molinsky | Inc.

Professor Andy Molinsky explores ways of comfortably saying "no" to free up time and lighten your load.


November 16, 2016

Mapping Frontier Economies

by Aldo Musacchio and Eric Werker | Harvard Business Review

Professor Aldo Musacchio looks at opportunities in low-income, high-risk countries - known as "frontier markets" in the latest issue of Harvard Business Review.


October 31, 2016

Reinventing the Feedback Sandwich

by Andy Molinsky

Is there just one approach to giving professional feedback? Professor Andy Molinsky explores variants on the traditional "feedback sandwich."


October 19, 2016

Adapting Your Organizational Processes to a New Culture

by Andy Molinsky and Robin Moriarty | Harvard Business Review

Organizational behavior can be difficult to adapt to new companies or new business cultures. Professor Andy Molinsky shares insight on how to proactively make those transitions seamless.


October 11, 2016

Why Your Partnership Contract is Too Important to be Left to The Lawyers

by Benjamin Gomes-Casseres | Harvard Business Review

Professor Ben Gomes-Casseres shares the importance of contract theory as related to joint ventures, alliances, supply relationships and this year's Nobel prize winners in economics.

Professor Nader Habibi

October 6, 2016

Joblessness in the Middle East

Top of Mind with Julie Rose | BYU Radio

Professor Nader Habibi discusses the concept of overeducation and the social and political impact it could have in the Middle East.


September 22, 2016

Helping Foreign Students Speak Up

by Andy Molinsky | Inside Higher Ed

Professor Andy Molinsky shares tips on helping international students come out of their cultural comfort zone in the classroom.


September 9, 2016

When to Stay Inside Your Comfort Zone

by Andy Molinsky | Harvard Business Review

It's important to stretch outside of your comfort zone, but does that mean you can never retreat back? Professor Andy Molinsky points out a number of situations in which it makes perfect sense to stay within comfortable behavior boundaries.


September 9, 2016

Four Ways to Stand Out From the Crowd to Get Your First Financial Services Job

by Marcia Katz | eFinancialCareers

Director of Career Development Marcia Katz shares tips for recent graduates, current students to land their first job in financial services.

Professor Ben Gomes-Casseres

August 23, 2016

Pfizer to Acquire Medivation for $14 Billiion

by Carolyn Y. Johnson | The Washington Post

Professor Benjamin Gomes-Casseres, an expert on business combinations, mergers and acquisitions, compares the recent Pfizer-Medivation deal to a previous proposed merger with Allergan.

Graddy Petri Announcement

August 15, 2016

Senior Faculty Appointed to Leadership Positions at Brandeis International Business School

Peter Petri, the Carl J. Shapiro Professor of International Finance and a Senior Fellow of the East-West Center, has been appointed interim dean of Brandeis International Business School. Kathryn Graddy, the Fred and Rita Richman Distinguished Professor in Economics, has been named senior associate dean.

Shaw Lupton

August 11, 2016

5 Questions with Shaw Lupton, Managing Consultant at CoStar Portfolio Strategy

by Urban Land Institute Boston

Brandeis alumnus and adjunct professor Shaw Lupton discusses the future of real estate in Q&A with ULI Boston/New England.

Steve Cecchetti

August 11, 2016

Q&A: What Record Low Interest Rates Mean for Savers, Economy

by The Associated Press

Professor Steve Cecchetti shares the thought process and results behind record-low interest rates.

Getty Image - Federal Reserve

August 2, 2016

Does the Federal Reserve Need Reforming?

by Sabri Ben-Achour | Marketplace

Professor Steve Cecchetti discusses influence and impact of bankers on the Federal Reserve System. Listen to the radio segment or read a brief synopsis.

Professor Nader Habibi

August 1, 2016

How Will Turkey's Failed Coup and Massive Purge Affect its Economic Future?

by Nader Habibi | The Conversation

Professor Nader Habibi explores the economic, social and political impact of the recent failed coup in Turkey.

Professor Andy Molinsky

August 1, 2016

If You're Not Outside Your Comfort Zone, You Won't Learn Anything

by Andy Molinsky | Harvard Business Review

Professor Andy Molinsky shares tips for coming out of your comfort zone and ultimately finding success in the process.

Professor Aldo Musacchio

August 1, 2016

As Olympics Approach, Brazil is Feeling the Weight of the World

by Shira Springer | The Boston Globe

Professor Aldo Musacchio shares input on economic impact of the upcoming Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Shaw Lupton

July 12, 2016

2016's Best Large Cities to Live In: Ask the Experts

by Richie Bernardo | WalletHub

Professor Shaw Lupton shares advice on buying and renting in a big city, and what factors to consider when picking a location to settle in.

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July 12, 2016

Don't Sell a Dull Market Short

by Mark Hulbert | USA TODAY

Professor Blake LeBaron discusses the correlation between stock market trading volume and price.

Professor Aldo Musacchio

July 8, 2016

These Are The Brutal Emergency Measures it Would Take to Pull Venezuela Back From Total Collapse Right Now

by Ana Campoy | Quartz

Professor Aldo Musacchio contributes to a conversation on Venezuela's economic state, suggesting an internal plan to overhaul its own economy.

Iran Air Photo

June 30, 2016

Why Iran's Anti-American Hardliners Want to Buy US-Made Boeings for Iran Air

by Nader Habibi | The Conversation

Professor Nader Habibi discusses the impact of the "normalization" of US-Iran economic ties on int'l business strategy.

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June 30, 2016

What's Behind These Big Merger Deal Busts?

by Ben Gomes-Casseres | PBS NewsHour

Professor Benjamin Gomes-Casseres cites Louis Brandeis' teachings on the "curse" of big business in examining recent merger failures.

Andy Molinsky

June 27, 2016

Beat These Four Parenting Stressors

by Kara Baskin | Jewish Boston

Professor Andy Molinsky explains how to break out of your comfort zone for better parenting.

Ben Gomes-Casseres

June 26, 2016

What We Can Learn From Merger Deals That Never Happened

by Benjamin Gomes-Casseres | Harvard Business Review

What's the deal behind failed deals? Professor Benjamin Gomes-Casseres shares lessons learned from mergers that never came to fruition.

Image courtesy Harvard Business Review

June 15, 2016

Is the LinkedIn Acquisition Microsoft's Attempt to Build Its Own Alphabet?

by Benjamin Gomes-Casseres | Harvard Business Review

Professor Benjamin Gomes-Casseres speculates on the rationale, trajectory and potential innovation behind the recent deal.

Andy Molinsky

June 13, 2016

The Hidden Benefits of Short-Term Business Travel

by Andy Molinsky and Melissa Hahn | Harvard Business Review

Professor Andy Molinsky offers tips on turning a short business trip into a meaningful, cross-cultural exploration.

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May 19, 2016

Put Your Mind To Work

by Ben Gomes-Casseres '76 | BrandeisNOW

Knowledge alone won't change the world. For that, you need an app, says Gomes-Casseres.

Staples - The Boston Globe

May 12, 2016

After Merger With Office Depot Dies, Staples Shareholders Revolt

by Megan Woolhouse and Deirdre Fernandes | The Boston Globe

Professor Benjamin-Casseres shares insight into the aftermath of the unsuccessful Staples-Office Depot merger.

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May 12, 2016

Antitrust in the Age of Amazon

by Rachel Adams | The New York Times

Professor Benjamin-Casseres talks competition, strategy for businesses in the office supply industry, including Staples, Office Depot and Amazon.

Peter Petri

March 24, 2016

How Trump's Hard Line on Trade Could Backfire

by Bob Davis | The Wall Street Journal

Professor Peter Petri discusses the potential economic impact of Republican candidate Donald Trump's trade proposals.

Professor Andy Molinsky

March 21, 2016

5 Tips for Managing Successful Overseas Assignments

by Andy Molinsky and Melissa Hahn | Harvard Business Review

Professor Andy Molinsky provides tips for maximizing the ROI of overseas assignments.

March 8, 2016

The One Thing That Will Get More Women in the C-Suite

by Kate R. Salop | Fortune

On International Women's Day 2016, Senior Administrative Dean Kate Salop calls for advancements, increase in opportunities for women in business to achieve gender parity.

Professor Andy Molinsky

February 23, 2016

5 Key Mistakes When Delivering Bad News

by Andy Molinsky | LinkedIn

Delivering bad news can get emotional for managers. Professor Andy Molinsky identifies five common pitfalls to avoid.

February 18, 2016

Practice for Tough Situations as You'd Practice a Sport

by Andy Molinsky | Harvard Business Review

Professor Andy Molinsky advises that in order "to learn soft skills in a way that truly prepares us for what we’ll face when it really matters, we can take a few lessons from a different arena where learning, development, and performance are essential: professional sports."

Dean Bruce Magid

February 18, 2016

Venezuela Taking Tiny Steps Toward Fixing Economy

by Hannah Dreier | Associated Press

Can Venezuela's economy be saved? Or is it too little, too late? Dean Magid shares his perspective on the country's situation.

February 11, 2016

Mastering the Sport of Global Business Communication

by Andy Molinsky | LinkedIn

Professor Molinsky draws inspiration from the world of sports to provide tips on successful global business communication.

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January 27, 2016

As Sanctions on Iran Are Lifted, Many U.S. Business Restrictions Remain

by Jim Zarroli | NPR

According to Professor Nader Habibi, many European firms are eager to enter into Iranian markets looking for partnership and investment opportunities following the lifting of nuclear sanctions.

Flint Water Crisis - Getty Photo from Fortune

January 27, 2016

What Flint's Water Crisis Means for the Future of U.S. Cities

by Daniel Bergstresser | Fortune

Professor Daniel Bergstresser discusses the lessons U.S. cities can learn from the Flint Water Crisis, urges officials to invest in national infrastructure upgrades.

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January 26, 2016

Modeling the Economic Impact of the TPP

by Tracey Samuelson | Marketplace

Professor Peter Petri helped develop an economic model to project the impact of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact. Hear how it works, starting with the push of a button.

TPP Map from NYT

January 26, 2016

Trans-Pacific Trade Pact Would Lift U.S. Incomes, But Not Jobs Overall, Study Says

by Jackie Calmes | The New York Times

A new study from Professor Peter Petri and Michael G. Plummer of Johns Hopkins University projects the impact of the TPP on U.S. jobs, imports, exports, and more.

January 25, 2016

'Landmark' Pacific Rim Trade Deal Could Boost U.S. Exports

by David Nakamura and Jim Tankersley | The Washington Post

Professor Peter Petri discusses potential impact of the Trans-Pacific Partnership on the U.S. economy.

AP Photo - LA Times Article

January 20, 2016

Where are Iran's Billions in Frozen Assets, and How Soon Will it Get Them Back?

by Matt Pearce | Los Angeles Times

Professor Nader Habibi weighs in on the impact of lifted nuclear sanctions in Iran on its frozen funds.

January 17, 2016

Is There a Global Business Code?

by Andy Molinsky | LinkedIn

Professor Molinsky discusses "global business code” -- a distinct, recognizable blend of many different cultural styles all rolled into one.

January 12, 2016

How to Manage Cultural Differences in Global Teams

by Ellen Sheng | Fast Company

Professor Andy Molinsky shares tips on how to adapt work culture to fix common areas of conflict within global teams.

Professor George Hall

January 8, 2016

America, Its Public Debt and the World Economy

by Julian Cardillo '14 | BrandeisNOW

Professor George Hall calculates the impact of America's debt on the international economy and U.S. domestic policy.

January 7, 2016

Pacific Trade Pact Set to Give Big Boost to Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia

by William Mauldin | Wall Street Journal

A new study from Professor Peter Petri on the Trans-Pacific Partnership is featured in The Wall Street Journal.

November 4, 2015

Pursuing Business Education Diplomacy

Dean Bruce Magid and Board Co-Chair Alan Hassenfeld advocate for business education diplomacy in Cuba

Nidhiya Menon in the Field

August 17, 2015

Pencil or Paycheck?

by Samantha Mocle

Professor Nidhiya Menon studies the role of child labor in developing countries.

Municipal Finance Conference 2015

August 14, 2015

Fourth Annual Municipal Finance Conference Focuses on Emerging Issues, Opportunities for Research

The conference brought together more than 100 academics, practitioners, regulators and issuers.

Longwood Medical Center (Courtesy The Real Reporter)

July 27, 2015

JLL/Brandeis: Healthcare Buys into Retail

by Joe Clements | The Real Reporter (subscription required, p.10)

A new JLL/Brandeis International Business School report studying healthcare reform’s impact on the Massachusetts real estate realm is discussed in The Real Reporter.

July 22, 2015

Five Ways Healthcare Reform Will Affect Healthcare Real Estate

News Release | JLL

Research from Brandeis International Business School and JLL finds Healthcare Reform will define the future of healthcare real estate.

Dan Bergstresser

July 17, 2015

Is Puerto Rico the Next Greece?

by Julian Cardillo '14 | BrandeisNOW

Professor Daniel Bergstresser weighs in on the latest debt crisis in Puerto Rico.

John Ballantine

June 23, 2015

Geopolitics of Oil Production and its Environmental and Economic Impact

by Julian Cardillo '14 | BrandeisNOW

Professor John Ballantine discusses the current oil marketplace.

June 22, 2015

The MiF can offer an edge over the CFA

by Rebecca Knight | The Financial Times

Brandeis IBS Professor Dan Bergstresser offers insight in FT article on benefits of a Masters in Finance degree as a career stepping-stone or alternative to the CFA.

May 21, 2015

Jens Hilscher and Michael McKay win Brandeis IBS Teaching Awards

by Jarret Bencks | BrandeisNOW

The full-time and adjunct awards were presented during commencement weekend.

FT Biz Ed Photo

May 4, 2015

US Business Schools set their sights on Cuba

Jonathan Moules | Financial Times

Brandeis IBS Dean Magid encourages b-schools to seize opportunities to have "profound impact" on future of US-Cuba economic relations. Article includes video interview.

Elizabeth Renstrom for TIME

March 10, 2015

Why Finance Is Still a Problem

by Rana Foroohar | TIME

Professor Stephen Cecchetti's latest paper highlights "a worry that’s taking center stage amongst academics... the fact that finance has yet to be re-moored to the real economy."

Professor Stephen Cecchetti

March 2, 2015

Smothered by a Boom in Banking

Professor Stephen Cecchetti's latest work featured in The New York Times

"The paper builds on past research that found that overall productivity gains were dragged down in economies with rapidly growing financial industries."

February 24, 2015

Dean's Forum Spurs Rich, Compelling Debate

by Dana Trismen '15

Does capitalism have a future? This dynamic question narrated the Sixth Annual Dean’s Forum, held by the Adam Smith Society and the Perlmutter Institute for Global Business in the format of a lively debate.

Andy Molinsky - Photo by Andrea Fischman

October 10, 2014

Professor Andy Molinsky inspires students to reach outside their comfort zone

by Dana Trismen '15 | Updated February 2017

In Molinsky’s “Global Dexterity” course, students apply lessons from his book of the same name to their personal behaviors and concerns, learning ways to adapt to professional settings in foreign cultures and countries.

Catherine Mann

September 4, 2014

Appointment of Catherine L. Mann as Chief Economist for the OECD

Brandeis International Business School Professor Catherine L. Mann appointed as new Chief Economist for Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development.

MBA Program Director Grace Zimmerman

#WorldReadyWomen - Q&A with Professor Grace Zimmerman - PART 1

"When companies don’t recognize that and think women should behave just like men, they inadvertently undermine the value that we can bring."

MBA Program Director Grace Zimmerman

#WorldReadyWomen - Q&A with Professor Grace Zimmerman - PART 2

"I believe that women will be fully liberated when men are also liberated and when both care about work-life balance equally."

Kate Goldfield and Viola Morse

#WorldReadyWomen - Q&A with Kate Goldfield and Viola Morse

The associate dean and director of Administration and Student Services share their insights on what it takes to succeed.

Shattering Glass Ceilings

Shattering Glass Ceilings: A Panel’s Perspective

Five takeaways to help you become a World Ready Woman

Brandeis International Business School (IBS) convened a panel of accomplished Brandeis alumnae and faculty for a dynamic, multigenerational conversation on women in business and economics.