Naveen Jindal School of Management

    • Suresh Radhakrishnan
    • Suresh Radhakrishnan
    • "Businesses in general, and accounting in particular, face hard problems in this ever-changing globally connected world. Research provides innovative insights into these challenging issues and problems, and these innovative insights help students hone their critical thinking skills to be successful business leaders."
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    • Srinivasan Raghunathan
    • Srinivasan Raghunathan
    • "I feel privileged and honored to receive this recognition. It has been very satisfying to be part of this wonderful institution and to see the growth of the Naveen Jindal School of Management."
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    • Ram Rao
    • Ram Rao
    • "The Founders Chair has helped me in my research in a very direct way. It provides funds for me to travel to different places and work with others. But it also allows a certain message to reach the outside world about UT Dallas, that good work is recognized by the University."
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    • Brian Ratchford
    • Brian Ratchford
    • "I was attracted to the UT Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management because I observed that it was moving upward, and that I would have a chance to contribute to its development. I have not been disappointed. I have found the school to have a great working environment and strong leadership."
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    • Michael Rebello
    • Michael Rebello
    • "The type of research I do is abstract: modeling corporate finance-related issues. And I think what it does is help people to recognize the forces at work that drive corporate decisions on things like compensation, the composition of boards of directors and corporate restructuring."
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    • Sumit Sarkar
    • Sumit Sarkar
    • "Anytime there is recognition of this nature from the University, that means a lot to me as an academic. On the one hand, of course, we are rewarded in other ways, too. But I think given our profession, at the end of the day, recognition like this is probably the highest form of reward that goes over and above the other more traditional reward mechanisms."
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