In the Media

The Quantum State of Stock Market Returns

Highlights research by Eugene Fama and Kenneth French exploring the impact active management has on mutual fund returns.

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The Food Truck Industry Is Growing in VT...

Quotes John O’Brien T’20, CEO of The Box—a food truck run by Tuck students—in an article about the increasing popularity of food trucks in Vermont and New Hampshire.

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Lots of Investors Bet on ‘Factors’, Such as...

Mentions research by Eugene Fama and Kenneth French that established the pair’s three-factor model used for describing stock returns, and led to the rise of factor investing.

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The Problem with France’s Plan to Tax...

Vijay Govindarajan examines France’s approved tax of large digital companies.

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MBA Admissions Brief: Dartmouth Tuck

An interview with Luke Anthony Peña about the Tuck application process, how Tuck is innovating business education, and what’s to come for the school.

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What Makes You Work Harder? Strap on a...

A feature about new research from Pino Audia exploring how technology can be used to assess employee performance.

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This Is Where the Manufacturing Jobs Really Went

Features research by Teresa Fort, and coauthors Peter Schott and Justin Pierce, exploring the decline of U.S. manufacturing employment through the use of microdata.

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Beware Those Employee Engagement Surveys—They Can Distract...

Highlights management research by Sydney Finkelstein which finds that the best managers are often those who take a personal interest in an employee’s present and future career goals.

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The Agony of Hope Postponed, by a Value...

Highlights data compiled by Kenneth French that shows value stocks have lagged behind on average 5 percentage points a year behind growth stocks since June 2007.

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NBA Hires Silicon Valley Veteran Kate Jhaveri as...

Highlights Kate Jhaveri T’03, who has been named the chief marketing officer for the National Basketball Association.

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a2’s Plan to Buck the China Slowdown...

A feature story about Jayne Hrdlicka T’88, CEO of a2 Milk Company, and how she and her team are eyeing new products and new markets as China threatens to disrupt the growth of imported infant formula.

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Baystate Business: Worker Issues, the MBTA

“The people who perform better than their colleagues tend to have better control of their daily routines,” says Pino Audia in regard his new research exploring the use of technology to assess employee performance.

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