ND in the News


You can teach ethics to financial advisers, study confirms

A research paper written by three researchers from US’ University of Notre Dame, MIT and the London School of Economics studied 1.2 million US-based investment advisers and financial representatives.

The Wall Street Journal

Shh! Companies Are Fixing Accounting Errors Quietly

The companies’ replies “were generally forthcoming to the SEC about the scale of the mistakes, but sometimes aggressive in trying to explain away the impacts,” said Jeffrey Burks, another co-author of the study and an associate professor of accountancy at the University of Notre Dame.


Obscure state regulations gave birth to the opioid crisis

Economists at the universities of Notre Dame and Pennsylvania and at the RAND Corp. looked through unsealed court documents from a lawsuits against Purdue Pharma (the maker of Oxycontin) and noticed the company decided to focus its marketing on what they call “non-triplicate states.” 

La Stampa

Jewish former students return to Villa Celimontana: "We studied here at the time of the racial laws" (Nella scuola segreta degli ebrei. Vecchi studenti tornano a villa Celimontana: “Si studiava qui al tempo delle leggi razziali”)

Today, students from the University of Notre Dame reside in a villa in the heart of Rome's Celio district, which is a few steps from the Colosseum. (C’è una villa a Roma, nel cuore del rione Celio, a pochi passi dal Colosseo, dove oggi si trova la residenza degli studenti della University of Notre Dame.)