The School of Business welcomes three new faculty members to our roster:
Richard B. Baker – Fields of Interests include: Economic History, Labor Economics, Development Economics, and Applied Econometrics
Tae-Nyun Kim – Research focused on: Empirical Corporate Finance (Capital Structure, M&A, Corporate Governance) and Banking
Trevor O’Grady – Research Interests: Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, Public Goods, Applied Econometrics, Development Economics, and Economic History
Accounting program ranked #20 in US: A recent posting on Accounting.com lists the top 50 undergraduate accounting programs in the country with TCNJ @ #20. Congratulations to the accounting faculty for creating and sustaining such a successful program.
Marketing Professor Louis Tucci and co-authors published “An Analysis of Consumer Motivations for Purchasing Fair Trade Coffee” in the Journal of International Consumer Marketing” (Volume 27, Issue 4, 2015.) The study investigates factors influencing the consumer’s decision to purchase Fair Trade coffee to be made at home, with a focus on what can be done to maintain the core values of fair trade while expanding its scope.
Lorraine Allen, Regional Director of the Small Business Development Center, recently sat down with Jill Horner of Comcast Newsmakers to give an overview of all of the services the SBDC offers the greater Mercer County area business community. View the video interview here. Read more about the SBDC at TCNJ here.
This summer, The TCNJ Business Institute premiered, under the purview of Vice Provost Dr. Chandru Rajam. The five-week intensive program for non-business majors was developed and is taught by business faculty. Students can opt to complete the program for-academic-credit or not-for-academic-credit. Read about the program and courses here.