BGU Students Develop “Business for Peace”The top prize winner is an online system that helps outsource high-tech projects to Palestinian engineers.
To Shop or Not to Shop on Shabbat in IsraelDr. Guy Ben-Porat weighs in on the growing secularization of Israeli society.
Conference Encourages Cross-Border Business TiesIsraelis and Palestinians came together to enhance business relations and foster peace.
Attention Shabbat Shoppers!Israeli consumers, not the Knesset are likely to determine the future of shopping on the Sabbath, according to Ben-Gurion University of the Negev researchers in a new study published in the Politics and Religion journal.
Too Attractive for the Job?BGU researchers found, contrary to their predictions, that a pretty face can actually hinder a woman’s chance at getting a job interview.
BGU’s Department of Hotel and Tourism Management Ranked ...This award reflects the department’s contribution to the development of quality management in Israel’s tourism and hospitality industry.
The Roberta and Ernest Scheller, Jr. Foundation Contributes ...The Roberta and Ernest Scheller, Jr. Family Foundation recently pledged $500,000 to BGU to name the majestic atrium at the entrance to the Guilford Glazer Faculty of Business and Management.
Florida Governor Rick Scott Visits Ben-Gurion University of the ...Florida Governor Rick Scott led a 50-member delegation to Israel that visited Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) on Tuesday. During the visit, the governor was witness to the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between BGU and the University of South Florida.
BGU Economist Examines Corporate Tax Burden on 100 Largest ...Prof. Yaron Lahav's study found that while the statutory tax rate is about 10 percentage points higher in the U.S., the effective tax rate paid by U.S. and European companies is about the same because European companies get fewer tax preferences.
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