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Business Professor Explores Creative
Aspects of Finance

The issuing of bonds is one of the most basic tools that governments around the world have at their disposal for raising the capital necessary for growth. And yet predominantly Muslim countries like Indonesia take the Koran’s prohibitions against interest, a key component of bonds, very seriously.
MWhat to do?
MAccording to John Finnerty, Ph.D., professor of finance at Fordham’s Schools of Business and founding director of the Graduate School of Business Administration’s Master’s program in Quantitative Finance, all you need is a little financial engineering.


Professor Endeavors to Mutually Enhance the
Fields of Psychology and Religion

By most modern standards, Lisa Cataldo had achieved success.
MAfter receiving an MBA from Columbia University, she secured a job in Manhattan working for Chemical Bank and spent the next eight years carving out her place in the world of corporate real estate financing.
MSomething, however, was lacking.


Psychologist Helps Transition Young
Organ Transplant Patients

The transition from adolescence to adulthood is a hard one for most
young people, let alone for a child who has undergone an organ transplant at the same time.
MOne Fordham psychologist knows that to such a child, learning to be responsible can be the difference between life and death.
MRachel Annunziato, Ph.D., assistant professor of psychology and a pediatric psychologist, has studied this specific cohort for several years.



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