Pace University’s Lubin Professor Bruce Bachenheimer was featured in WalletHub's recent article about Most Innovative States.
How can state policymakers encourage and facilitate innovation?
First, policymakers must realize that encouraging and facilitating innovation is quite a long-term prospect, one that will extend well beyond regular election cycles. It requires a deep understanding of what would actually make the state attractive, an honest assessment of the state’s shortcomings, and a real commitment to meaningful action.
Other countries didn’t want their citizens shadily stashing money in Switzerland, points out Pace University economics professor Niso Abuaf, who used to work at Credit Suisse. “Because of pressure from both the European regulators and the U.S. regulators, Swiss banks stopped being a tax haven,” he said. “And they had to compete in other ways in the global marketplace.”
Bryan Viglione '23 is making the most out of his time at the Lubin School of Business. Not only is he a member of Pace University's men's lacrosse team, but he also works as Chief Financial Officer of Pace Perk Cafe and as an accounting tutor in the Tutoring Center–all while working towards his BBA/MBA in Public Accounting. His involvement and leadership on-campus even landed him an internship at a Big Four firm.
BBA in Arts and Entertainment Management alumnus Sean Gray '19 joins The Lubin Link to share how the pandemic led him to a successful career in real estate, the importance of taking risks, and how he still finds time to tap into his creative side.
After jumping into an exciting exchange program in Spain, Kelsey Tulley '25 now encourages other Lubin School of Business students to do the same—not only to see the world, but to generate a new mindset. She credits a study abroad scholarship designed exclusively for Lubin students abroad and the knowledge she gained in her business courses for a successful semester in Europe.
Pace University Lubin Professor Philip G. Cohen was featured in WalletHub's recent article about States with the Highest & Lowest Tax Rates.
Commencement 2023 just got 5x more exciting! This May, the Class of 2023 will celebrate with a creative genius and fashion entrepreneur, an intrepid US Senator, a renowned legal scholar, a former CEO of the largest telcom company in the US, and a nonprofit leader dedicated to justice and equality.
Pace University’s Lubin School of Business, in collaboration with AnD Ventures, recently launched the Pace Entrepreneurship Studio (PES) with the mission to support Pace students, faculty, staff and alumni in taking their compelling business ideas or ventures from concept to company.
“I’ve become the person that I am today because I came to New York City and Pace University.” International student Chinmay Bonde reflects on how his pro bono work with nonprofits in India, his professors at Pace, and his time in New York City have given him well-rounded, real-world education in his field.
We interviewed Professor Janice Winch of the Management and Management Science Department to discuss her 29-year career at Pace University. We learned about her passion for management science, the unique way she ended up at the Lubin School of Business, and why she feels it's important to be an advisor to on-campus student organizations.
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