Research that makes a difference:
Sarbanes-Oxley — the law passed after the Enron scandal — has proven effective without harming investors, according to new research by Stephan Siegel and Lance Young, both assistant professors of finance at Foster. Read the story and watch a video
of the lead researchers discussing their findings.
The foster difference
Foster is one of the most comprehensive business schools in the world, with five academic departments offering a variety of majors and concentrations across undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
Become a powerhouse in the business world through the Foster MBA and Executive Education programs. They will take you to the next level in leadership and career advancement. Take your pick: Executive MBA, Technology Management MBA, Full-Time MBA, Evening MBA, Executive Education or Master of Public Accounting.
The strength of Foster is our people. Foster’s faculty produce influential research, teach with award winning clarity and style, and win distinction. Recently, The Academy of Management Journal placed our faculty 11th in research productivity in a decade-long study, and the Foster Accounting Department ranks first in the world in research productivity in top journals.
Here are a few of our most recent distinctions:
- Robert Palmatier, American Marketing Association’s 2008 Maynard Award for the most significant paper of the year.
- Ann Schlosser, among Journal of Marketing’s top 50 most prolific marketing scholars
- Mark Soliman won the American Accounting Association’s 2009 Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Award.