This is the finance topic for Lehigh Business Thought Leadership.

Judy Samuelson on the Six New Rules of Business

The Aspen Institute’s Judy Samuelson discusses the need for corporations to make longer-term investments to create real value, instead of focusing solely on shareholder value.

Loren Keim on What Comes After Malls?

Loren Keim discusses the decades-long decline of shopping malls and retail stores, and how the in-person shopping experience is likely to continue to change.

Kathleen Weiss Hanley and Hank Korth Explain Blockchain

Lehigh professors Kathleen Weiss Hanley and Hank Korth explain blockchain and bitcoin.

2020-2021 Faculty Award Winners Announced

Lehigh Business has recently announced its 2020-2021 faculty awards for the College of Business.

Jesus Salas on Privatizing the U.S. Postal Service

Is privatization a realistic option for the U.S. Postal Service? We talk with Jesus Salas, associate professor in the College of Business' Perella Department of Finance, about the pros and cons.

Commercial Real Estate Opportunities Exist Despite Pandemic

Goodman Center for Real Estate at Lehigh Professor Loren Keim says anecdotal evidence suggests most commercial real estate sectors are healthy, some booming.

Don't Panic - Lessons Learned from Real Estate Busts

Dean Georgette Phillips discusses what bad real estate markets taught her about surviving the pandemic.

Delivering Against Changing Priorities: Double Down on Agile

Leading banking institutions faced extraordinary challenges as soon as the COVID-19 pandemic started to spread globally and in the U.S.

Can Public Pensions Help Close the US Infrastructure Gap?

Models that have been successful in other countries can shed light on how pension capital might evolve into a financing solution for desperately needed U.S. public infrastructure improvements.

The New Energy Economy - and The Battery Decades

For at least the next two decades, the heavy lifting of transforming the world economy to a greener state will rest on the back of batteries.