Accounting and Business Law
The accounting faculty is dedicated to providing a transformational educational experience to each of our students. We do this by helping our students learn more than how to generate financial information in accordance with current standards and procedures.
The accounting and business law faculty publish in top research publications, and organize and present at seminars, conferences, and workshops.
The accounting faculty teach analytical skills necessary for business success.
Personal networks facilitate the accumulation and diffusion of information among members of the network. An executive or director who has a personal network filled with ‘the right’ people can be a source of important information. Access to this information might help the executive make better decisions, learn improved management practices, and cultivate business relationships. As one example of the value of personal networks, a recent study suggests that CEOs with larger personal networks earn more than CEOs with smaller networks, and a single new connection to a prominent business leader increases the CEO’s pay by about $17,000.
– Jason Schloetzer, Forbes
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