The Paseka School of Business maintains the prestigious AACSB International accreditation for excellence in business education, a distinction held by less than five percent of the world’s business schools. As one of the leading business programs in the region, its curriculum consists of a unique blend of theoretical and practical, real-world insights taught in state-of-the-art multimedia classrooms and computer labs.
The majority of faculty holds the highest academic degree available in their discipline, and many routinely provide consulting services to businesses or provide professional services to the community on an ad-hoc, volunteer basis. Students gain relevant business experience outside the classroom by participating in such organizations as Beta Gamma Sigma, the Dragon Business Association and the Tri-College Student Human Resources Association, and by securing valuable internship experience through a wealth of options within the area’s vibrant business community. Students graduate from the program with strong business aptitude, leadership skills, networking insights and real-world experience, preparing them for successful professional business careers.
Dr. Eduardo Pablo’s research paper titled “The Effect of Ownership Concentration and Composition on Dividends: Evidence from Latin America” has been accepted for publication in Emerging Markets Review. According to Cabell’s, the Emerging Markets Review journal has a significant influence in economics and finance and high influence in international finance. Pablo is assistant professor of […]
Schlenner Wenner and Co., will be doing on-campus interviews for their Tax and Audit Internship program in the Career Development Center on Tuesday, September 20. If you are interested in this opportunity, please view the job description and application instructions by going to DragonJobs. The application deadline is Sunday, September 4. Eide Bailly LLP will […]
Dr. Thomas Hanson, assistant professor of finance in the Paseka School of Business, had an article published in the latest issue of the Review of Accounting and Finance. The article examines high frequency trading in a simulated stock market and the impact on volatility, liquidity and profitability. Read the article in the Review of Accounting and […]
The Paseka School of Business would like to welcome Dr. Zheng Xin Ye of Shanghai Finance University for his second semester as a visiting professor. He is head of international business at Shanghai Finance University. He is keeping regular office hours and is available to students and faculty who wish to learn about China.