ND in the News

Forbes

5 Money Mistakes Not To Make With Your Midlife Partner

A working paper by three university professors (at UCLA, Notre Dame and University College London) found that long-term committed couples who pooled their money into joint bank accounts were happier in their relationships than those who didn’t.

MarketWatch

What do the world’s most successful people do when it’s time to retire?

When Thomas Schreier, Jr. graduated from the University of Notre Dame, more than three decades ago, he never envisioned that in his late 50s he’d be teaching a class there called “Designing an Inspired Life” and regularly walking the South Bend, Ind., campus as the founding director of the University’s Inspired Leadership Initiative.

The Washington Post

South Sudan’s peace process faces a February deadline. Could last summer’s flooding actually help?

Matthew Hauenstein is a postdoctoral research associate at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies in the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame. Madhav Joshi is an associate research professor and associate director of the Peace Accords Matrix at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies in the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame.

The New York Times

Your Cheatin’ Wallet

I had committed what is known as “financial infidelity,” described by Emily Garbinsky, an assistant professor of marketing at the University of Notre Dame, as “engaging in a financial behavior expected to be disapproved of by one’s romantic partner, and intentionally failing to disclose this behavior to them.”