Tepper in the News

Tepper in the News

  • November 2017

    • Bloomberg Businessweek

      Best Business Schools 2017

      11/16/2017

      This ranking of U.S. business schools places the Tepper School 14th, up from 15th last year. Read More

    • Brookings Institution

      The cost burden of negotiated sales restrictions: A natural experiment using heterogeneous state laws

      11/15/2017

      This article was coauthored by Burton Hollifield, PNC Professor of Finance, professor of financial economics, head of the Undergraduate Business Administration Program, and the late Richard C. Green, senior associate dean. Read More

    • Education Dive

      Survey: Digital tools improve students’ classroom experience

      11/08/2017

      This article cites Bob Monroe, associate teaching professor of business technologies, co-director of the MS in Product Management program, in reference to online education. Read More

    • Poets & Quants

      When MBA Apps Hit Their Peak

      11/08/2017

      This article notes that the Tepper School is one of only six in the top 25 U.S. business schools to experience a record high number of MBA applicants. Read More

    • Ignites: A Financial Times service

      Deutsche Bond Ratings Policy Shows Shops’ Divergent Practices

      11/03/2017

      This article quotes Chester Spatt, Pamela R. and Kenneth B. Dunn Professor of Finance. Read More

    • The Peninsula

      CMU-Q keen to focus on cyber security: Dean

      11/02/2017

      This article feaures Michael Trick, Harry B. and James H. Higgins Professor of Operations Research, Dean of Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar. Read More

    • Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

      The deadly 90-day rule will help coal barons, not coal miners. And kill people.

      11/02/2017

      This op-ed was coauthored by Nicholas Muller, associate professor of economics, engineering, and public policy; Lester and Judith Lave Development Chair in Economics, Engineering, and Public Policy, and Jay Apt, professor and co-director of Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center. Read More