Finance Professor Xiaoqing Eleanor Xu, Ph.D., CFA, provides advice on how inflation and supply chains impacts consumers putting together a holiday menu.
In the Media
Seton Hall faculty are regularly featured in national and international media outlets for their academic expertise and ground-breaking research. Below is a sampling of recent media coverage.
Professor Ruchin Kansal discusses the Stillman School Department of Management research team’s groundbreaking work on how emerging business leaders view leadership development, including their sentiments around remote work.
Seton Hall research: Employers, beware of broad return-to-office mandates ... but, you might be surprised what younger workers think.ROI-NJ | November 15, 2023
Finance expert Xiaoqing Eleanor Xu, Ph.D., CFA, discusses economic conditions and mortgage challenges facing many U.S. households.
Economist Danielle Zanzalari discusses energy economics and governmental policies around climate change resulting in lawsuits against major energy companies.
Finance Professor Andrew Schwartz discusses how pet owners are balancing caring for their pets and their personal finances during the economic downturn.
Finance expert Andrew Schwartz, Ph.D., provides advice on improving your credit score.
Renu Ramnarayan, Ph.D., co-director of the Business Analytics program, discusses the global automotive supply chain and challenges facing overseas chip production.
Economist Danielle Zanzalari discusses factors that hinder small businesses in New Jersey.
Finance expert Xiaoqing Eleanor Xu, Ph.D., CFA, discusses how economic market conditions can affect housing prices and the future direction of mortgage rates.
Management expert A.D. Amar, Ph.D. discusses FOMC and market forces, cautioning about inflation vs. recession.
Marketing strategy expert Daniel Ladik discusses the bleak future of Tupperware against its competition, who are using influencers and digital platforms as part of their brand marketing strategy.
Twins Brooke and Madison Loza, Seton Hall University nursing students, are about to open the very first zero-waste store and refillery in Ocean County. The sisters recently won second place in the 2023 UPitchNJ statewide collegiate competition.
Ms. Magazine quoted the findings of a recent Seton Hall Sports Poll as well as the February campus visit of Billie Jean King in its article on whether the U.S. society is ready to let sports challenge, rather than reinforce, the gender binary and male dominance.
Economist Danielle Zanzalari discusses whether the problems at Silicon Valley Bank and other precarious financial institutions stemmed from a regulatory or supervisory failure.
Economics Professor Kurt Rotthoff discusses his Sport Finance research on the Cinderella Effect for “underdog” schools benefiting from NCAA Basketball Tournament’s March Madness upsets.
Economist Danielle Zanzalari discusses how the Credit Card Competition Act aims to lower consumers’ costs but could negatively impact customers’ finances.
Joyce Strawser, Ph.D., Stillman School of Business dean and professor, discusses the flourishing of M.B.A. programs with students individualizing their specializations to meet specific career needs from supply chain management to marketing and negotiations.
Finance expert Mark Schild discusses how inflation and other factors are driving up car insurance premiums for consumers.
Joyce Strawser, Ph.D., Stillman School of Business dean and professor, discusses how students and faculty are embracing the robust set of choices for in-person, online and hybrid learning.
Stillman School's Jack Shannon was highlighted by Poets & Quants as a professor who made a difference and impacted the lives of his students.
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