School of Accounting Robert W. McGee, associate professor, presented three papers at the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD) conference, held in Orlando in January. Two were awarded prizes and all were published in the IABPAD Conference Proceedings: “The Ethical Theories of Frédéric Bastiat”; Taxation and the Philosophy of Frédéric Bastiat, winner […]
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Credit union executives choose FIU to learn strategies for 2010 and beyond.
Last year’s financial crisis underscored the need for global participants to actively manage and insulate their institutions from unpredictable market forces. When executives from credit unions in the Caribbean wanted to learn more about these forces and incorporate protections against risks, they turned to the expertise of the College of Business Administration at Florida International […]
Commercial loans' health key to banking recovery here.
Full recovery of the banking industry in South Florida depends on the extent of losses from commercial real estate loans now coming due and on how much capital banks are able to come up with, experts say. While the fallout from bad residential mortgages seems to have crested, “the other shoe – commercial mortgages – […]
Faculty gathers to celebrate achievements.
On September 25, 2009, the Faculty Awards Luncheon reinforced that students truly appreciate the efforts that faculty members in the College of Business Administration make on their behalf. Undergraduate and graduate students as well as those from student organizations selected the recipients for a series of highly competitive teaching awards. The event also provided the […]
College hosts array of experts from across the business spectrum.
In February and March 2009, hundreds of people heard dozens of speakers address pressing challenges and significant opportunities in entrepreneurship, small businesses, international business, energy, and financial services—among other topics—thanks to a variety of seminars, lectures, and forums organized by the College of Business Administration and co-sponsors. Here’s a recap of four of them. Entrepreneurs […]
College partners with banking industry to offer anti-money laundering compliance training.
Members of financial institutions facing increased pressure from the federal government to comply with anti-money laundering (AML) regulations got good news on February 13, 2007: a new—and possibly unique—partnership between industry and an accredited academic institution will make the task easier. A joint announcement from the College of Business Administration and Florida International Bankers Association […]