Boston University Questrom School of Business faculty has influenced the field of management for 100 years, from the School’s founding dean Everett W. Lord’s The Fundamentals of Business Ethics to Professor Zvi Bodie’s seminal textbook Investments, used today in classrooms around the world. Currently, our faculty’s research produces hundreds of publications every year.

Publications Spotlight
Financial Education and Consumer ProtectionZvi Bodie, Laurence B. Siegel, and Lisa Stanton have published the monograph Life-Cycle Investing: Financial Education and Consumer Protection, from the Research Foundation at the CFA Institute, with perspectives from The Questrom School of Business’s 2011 Future of Life-Cycle Saving & Investing Conference, featuring Robert C. Merton, Laurence Kotlikoff, Elizabeth A. Duke, Zvi Bodie, William Samuelson, and more. Access monograph contents or learn more about the 2011 Future of Life-Cycle Saving & Investing Conference.
Post-Stanford-Business-Classics-CoverStanford University Press has chosen Lee Preston and James Post’s Private Management and Public Policy: The Principle of Public Responsibility for their Business Classics Series, calling the book “a landmark work at the intersection of business and society….[that] develops the ‘principle of public responsibility’ as an alternative to the notion that firms have unlimited accountability.” Book overview
Journal of Law, Economics & OrganizationKira Fabrizio‘s study “The Impact of Regulatory Uncertainty on Renewable Energy Investments” is forthcoming in the Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization. Article overview
Fournier coverSusan Fournier, recent winner of the Association for Consumer Research’s Long-Term Contribution to Consumer Research Award, has a new book appearing in 2012: Consumer-Brand Relationships: Theory and Practice (edited by Fournier, S., Breazeale, M., & and Fetscherin, M., and published by Routledge Taylor & Francis Group). Read more
Am Econ ReviewJim Rebitzer‘s article “Unhealthy Insurance Markets: Search Frictions and the Cost and Quality of Health Insurance” appeared in the American Economic Review (August 2011). See abstract
2012-10-17 04:24:19 +00001Nalin Kulatilaka‘s article from Harvard Business Review, “A New Approach to Funding Social Enterprise” (January-February 2012), explores how financial engineering can allow social enterprises to draw investment from the financial markets, rather than from resource-strapped charities. Article overview
Mangement ScienceChris Dellarocas‘s article “Double Marginalization in Performance-based Advertising: Implications and Solutions” recently appeared Management Science (June 2012). Listen to related podcast
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