Nicolae Gârleanu, an expert on asset pricing, was installed as the H. Frederick Hagemann Jr. Professor of Finance at Olin Business School during a ceremony May 8.
Washington University is leading a new effort to address the grand challenge of developing the next generation of high-performance, sustainably sourced and biodegradable plastics that advance engineering while also protecting the environment.
A large-scale study led by Olin Business School researcher Brad Larsen to see if politically partisan cues can induce people to get COVID-19 vaccines found that, yes, they can.
Tat Chan, an expert on economics and marketing, was installed recently as the Philip L. Siteman Professor of Marketing.
Olin Business School honored seven outstanding alumni for their service to the school, thought leadership, business acumen and impact at two awards ceremonies in April.
Livi Logan-Wood is about to graduate with dual master’s degrees in business administration from Olin Business School and social work from the Brown School. She will work at World Wide Technology.
Clay Canfield is about to graduate with dual degrees in finance and entrepreneurship from Olin Business School. He is also the founder of Sobriety Hub, an app for sober living home operations.
The seventh annual Wealth & Asset Management Research Conference — a collaboration between Olin Business School, Edward Jones, CFA Society–St. Louis and Dimensional — will take place May 3 and 4.
The Olin-Brookings Commission — a partnership between WashU’s Olin Business School and the Brookings Institution supported by The Bellwether Foundation — presented evidence-based solutions to drive more equitable venture capital funding for women and underrepresented entrepreneurs to key stakeholders on Thursday, April 20, at the Brookings Institution.
The COVID-19 pandemic opened our eyes to the fragility of our pharmaceutical supply chain. Olin research provides a path forward to secure it.
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