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Finance and Quantitative Methods

Gatton alumni give back through Women in Finance Summit

The Gatton College of Business and Economics hosted a Women in Finance Summit earlier this month. Hosted by the Department of Finance, the Summit celebrated women who are currently in the finance field and rising professionals from the Gatton College.  


Accountancy
Cheng Places 2nd in 2021 UK GradResearch Live!

Mark (Sung-Yuan) Cheng, a Ph.D. student in the Von Allmen School of Accountancy, was recognized for his research in the 2021 University of Kentucky's GradResearch Live! Competition. Cheng placed second for research that provides evidence on when climate risk disclosures are important to investors.


Finance and Quantitative Methods
Gatton alumni give back through Women in Finance Summit

The Gatton College of Business and Economics hosted a Women in Finance Summit earlier this month. Hosted by the Department of Finance, the Summit celebrated women who are currently in the finance field and rising professionals from the Gatton College.  


Gatton College of Business & Economics
Simon Says: November Edition

The November edition means the holidays are just around the corner. This month, we reflect on all the things we are thankful for -- especially getting to interview students & faculty. Watch now!


MBA
Gatton on the Gridiron: 4 UK Football Players Pursuing Master’s Degrees

Quintin Wilson (center), Luke Fortner (center) and Matthew Ruffolo (kicker) are part of the One Year MBA program, while Will Levis (quarterback) is working toward a Master’s of Science in Finance (MSF). Watch the video and Go Cats!


Marketing and Supply Chain
Tips for Holiday Spending

In a recent WalletHub feature, Allan Chen, Gatton Endowed Chair in Marketing, offers money-saving advice and insight on factors that affect holiday spending. To help consumers avoid post-holiday regret, WalletHub also calculated the maximum holiday budget for each of 570 U.S. cities.


Marketing and Supply Chain
Q&A: How to Prepare for a Holiday Shopping Season Unlike Any Other

The saying goes, “it’s the most wonderful time of the year,” but massive supply chain disruptions are leaving shelves empty and raising prices for what’s in stock. Marketing and Supply Chain professors Carol Chavez and Corinne Hassler help shoppers make the most of the holiday season.