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INSIDE Nebraska Business - March 2018
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Kathy's Point

Kathy's Point Early this month we received news that Financial Times ranked our online Master of Business Administration program No. 1 in the world for alumni salary increases. On average, MBA@Nebraska alumni earn 40 percent more money after obtaining the degree » FULL STORY

Economist Survey Finds Sizable Gender Gap

A new study has found a sizable gender gap in views among economists in Europe on a broad range of topics including core precepts, government intervention, taxes, environmental protection and equal opportunity. The study's authors, Ann Mari May and Mary McGarvey of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and David Kucera of the International Labour Organization » FULL STORY

International Business Summit Marks 30th Anniversary of Major

In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the international business major at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, the College of » FULL STORY

With Online MBA Ranked Among World's Best, Nebraska Business Expands Online Graduate Programs

On March 5, Financial Times announced in its fifth annual online MBA rankings that the University of Nebraska–Lincoln online Master of Business Administration program ranked No. 1 in the world for alumni salary increases.

The international daily newspaper also ranked » FULL STORY

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Student Spotlight
Argha Sen
Start Your Story

Relationships make up the foundation of modern business transactions. Argha Sen, a fourth-year Ph.D. » FULL STORY

Faculty Spotlight
John Anderson
Start Expanding Your Ideas

Dr. John Anderson, Baird Family Professor of Economics at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of … » FULL STORY

Alumni Spotlight
David Wolfe
Start Impacting the World

As the winter Olympics wrapped up last month, a Husker alumnus is looking ahead to the 2020 Olympic games » FULL STORY

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