Within the School of Business & Management, a student-faculty research team is studying the effects of linking executive pay to DEI initiatives to answer the question: when it comes to diversity initiatives in corporations, does money talk?
The faculty of the Department of Economics are engaged and accessible to students. We provide our students the benefit of our academic training in theory and our professional experience in practice. The lessons we share in the classroom are drawn as often from our own resumes and experience as they are from required readings.
Current students and alums alike note that what make our faculty distinctive is their accessibility. Our students and graduates also highlight faculty's ability to root all our courses in social justice and ethical management. Built on the mission of Emmanuel, our classes require students to intentionally consider questions of social justice and ethics.
Lecturer, Department of Business and Economics
Ph.D., Northeastern University; M.A., Northeastern University; M.Aief, Brandeis University; B.A., Emmanuel College
Assistant Professor of Economics, Department of Business and Economics
Ph.D., Suffolk University; B.A., Tianjin Polytechnic University
Chair, Department of Economics; Associate Professor of Economics
Ph.D., University of Massachusetts, Boston; M.S., Suffolk University; B.A., Trinity College