Joset Wright-Lacy talks about the Minority Business Executive Program
Centers, Faculty & Research

University of Washington's Michael G. Foster School of Business centers and faculty drive innovative research, stimulate business advancements and open doors for students to gain real-world, hands-on experience and business connections that help launch or advance careers.

While studying accounting, finance, marketing and other academic subjects, undergrad, MBA and executive-level students can take advantage of certificates, specialty studies, training, mentorship, competitions and other opportunities that reinforce leadership skills and strategic thinking learned in the classroom.

A study by Jarrad Harford finds that tightening credit markets are a key cause of the doubling in corporate cash reserves over the past 30 years.
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