A reduction in the number of skilled immigrant worker visas in the United States has had a detrimental effect on innovation, according to a study co-authored by Rina Ray, PhD, an Assistant Professor of Finance at the CU Denver School of Business.
Ray and her co-author, Rasha Ashraf, PhD, Georgia State University, found that U.S. firms dependent on skilled immigrant workers saw a decline in both patents and citations since 2004. Read more
Global stock markets have been in a tailspin this week. And the sinking price of oil received at least some of the blame.
Just this week, the cost of a barrel of crude reached a 12-year-low of US $27 (RM118.33), down from more than US $100 a little more than year ago. And that may not be the end of it, according to some in the industry.
Plummeting oil prices have raised fears of a worldwide recession, even though countries are still reporting growth in jobs and income. Read more
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This 8-week course will be offered summer 2015, June 8, 2015 until August 1, 2015 on Tuesday afternoons from 12:30 to 2:30 pm. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about career opportunities in the investment services field.
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Did you know that Investment services companies offer median starting salaries that are nearly $40K? Read more
The results are in and the announcements have gone out. The Global Association of Risk Professionals Partnership for Risk Education chose University of Colorado Denver Business School student Caroline Nguyen as one of five students awarded the Fall 2014 GARP Research Fellowship.
“It was unbelievable to me,” Nguyen said. “I never thought I could win, since I knew it was very competitive.” Read more