Your bank's tax structure may be costing you money

New research by Questrom’s Petro Lisowsky, and his co-researchers suggests that banks moving from the double-layered taxation of C-corporations to the single-layer of S corporation taxes pour those savings into marketing budgets and customer benefits.

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WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM RECOGNIZES QUESTROM PROFESSOR

Professor Marshall Van Alstyne's research that helps answer questions about building a sustainable, inclusive, trustworthy, digital future was highlighted as a part of the Forum's Digital Transformation Initiative.

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How to fix a broken baseball system

After studying four million game pitches, master lecturer Mark Williams and a team of students from the MS in Math Finance program found that younger MLB Umpires call balls and strikes better; umpires make 14 incorrect pitch calls per game.

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An MBA student's quest to fight video game addiction

Estimates show that around 8% of children are clinically addicted to video gaming. That’s why Kruti Kanojia (Questrom’20) and her husband begun building Healthy Gamer, a platform to help gamers regain control of their lives.

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