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Business school students compete to create a new passive product

By Bloomberg
11 August 2019   |   11:23 am
Ronnee Ades, professor of professional practice in the finance and economics department at the Rutgers University Business School, and Ryan Smith, a Rutgers business school student, talks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu about the school's competition to create a new index/ETF.

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