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    Excerpt from CNNMoney -- "'You just have to feel like you're getting added value from being in the store,' said Russell Winer, a marketing professor at NYU's Stern School of Business. Otherwise, you may as well hunt for deals on Amazon."
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    Excerpt from The New Yorker -- "A meta-analysis by the academics Michael S. North and Susan T. Fiske reveals that Eastern societies actually have more negative attitudes toward the elderly than Western ones do, and that the global ageism boom stems not from modernization or capitalism but from the increase in old people. North and Fiske also note that 'efforts to intervene against age prejudice have yielded mixed results at best.'"
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    Excerpt from Bloomberg -- "Value and price are two different things, you can either value a stock or you can price a stock....here is the contrast, the price of a stock is determined by demand and supply, mood and momentum and so when you use price earning ratios, and comparable firms and future earnings, you are pricing a company. To value a company you got to go back to basics. The value of a company is built on three pillars. It's cash flows, it's growth, and it's risk. We can dance around those three as much as we want but those are the three driving forces that drive the value of a company."
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    Excerpt from Quartz -- "'E-commerce grocery shopping is expected to grow rapidly, particularly among the digitally-centered millennial generation. Consumers are beginning to change where and how they buy groceries, and multi-channel supermarkets have to meet these emerging needs,' said Anindya Ghose, a professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business. 'If an e-commerce retailer is not jumping on board the grocery train, it may not be around to catch that ride a year or two later.'"
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    Faculty in NYU Stern's Marketing Department are available to offer perspectives on this season's holiday trends. In addition to commentary on Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, professors can speak to what we will see this year around digital/mobile trends, luxury retail, artificial intelligence and more.
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    Excerpt from Fox News -- "I think the war against big tech is going to break out where the biggest wars have broken out and it's in Continental Europe because they register all the downsides, the job destruction, the concerns about privacy, the weaponization of these platforms by foreign entities, but they don't register as much upside as we do in the U.S. We register a lot of upside from big tech."
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    New research from NYU Stern Professor Anindya Ghose and co-authors, Beibei Li of Carnegie Mellon University and Xitong Guo of the Harbin Institute of Technology, explores how emerging mobile health (mHealth) technologies can persuade chronic-disease patients to modify their behaviors, better manage their care, and achieve improved health outcomes, including reductions in hospital visits and medical expenses over time. 
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    New research from NYU Stern Professor J.P. Eggers and co-author, Joost Rietveld of the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM), finds that the life cycle of a video game console affects the sales of video games for the platform, as the ratio of early to later adopters tips.
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    Author Lecture Series: What's the Future and Why It's Up to Us

    November 16, 2017
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    On November 16, The NYU Stern Office of Alumni Relations will host the next installment of the "Author Lecture Series" featuring Tim O’Reilly and Professor Arun Sundararajan. They will discuss researching and findings from O’Reilly’s new book entitled, WTF: What’s the Future and Why It’s Up To Us.
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    Excerpt from ThinkAdvisor -- “'Technology can surely create trust on its own in transporting us if our collective experience is that it rarely makes mistakes and doesn’t kill us. We’re not there yet,' [Dhar] said. 'But in the world of investing, which is fraught with uncertainty and unpredictability, trust is indeed a lot harder to engender, but not impossible.'”
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    Excerpt from Bloomberg -- "'The sharing economy is really booming in China. It is far and away the biggest sharing economy in the world. Sharing economy activity in China is significantly larger than the sharing economy activity in the United States. This is not just with the traditionally associated industries with the sharing economy like ride hailing, their ride hailing platform, Didi Chuxing, is far far bigger than Uber, but also with other pure sharing activities like bike sharing is really taking off.'"
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    Excerpt from the British Psychological Society -- "In a new article in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, involving hundreds of US participants recruited online, Isabelle Engeler from IESE Business School and Priya Raghubir at New York University shine some light on the different ways men and women interpret the same dating behaviours."
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    Excerpt from CNN -- "Irv Schenkler, Director of the Management Communication Program at New York University's Stern School of Business, said that companies need to take a balanced approach when developing their social media strategies. On one hand, firms should be engaging with their customers online. On the other, they should be wary of jumping into a controversy too quickly, he advised."
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    Excerpt from TheStreet -- "'The other thing to remember is GE is basically a manufacturing company, especially since it spun off a lot of its financing, it's a manufacturing company. Manufacturing is less than 10 percent of the US economy, yes it's been expanding a little bit, but we are a services oriented economy, have been for a long time. This is not 1957, this is 2017 and we are going to continue to be a services oriented economy.'"
  • – Research Center Events

    Fall 2017 NYU Stern PhD Program Open House

    November 15, 2017
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    On Nov. 15, Prospective doctoral candidates are invited to attend an Open House to learn more about the Stern PhD Program and meet Stern faculty and current PhD students. 
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    A graduate student team from a Stern communication course presented their research on public school funding to a closed-door session. 
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    Excerpt from Pacific Standard -- "This timely new research, published in the journal Violence Against Women, is based on Jonathan Haidt's well-known moral foundations theory. Haidt argues that liberals and conservatives resonate to different dimensions of morality, and this divergence drives our increasingly polarized politics."
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    Excerpt from Quartz -- "'So here’s what’s wrong about how they’re thinking about it,” he said. 'They’re not considering the fact that more drivers would drive more' if Uber raised wages. 'If you basically said, alright, so now we’ll pay more—promotional payments, incentives, however you want to do it—as long as Uber runs an open platform, that’s going to get dissipated.'"
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    Excerpt from the Coin Telegraph -- "'It’s quite possible that after a while you just realize it’s not worth the cost of tooling up to take it and you decide to drop it if the publicity has run its course,' said David Yermack, a professor at New York University Stern School of Business who studies Bitcoin."
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    Excerpt from The Times -- "In his book Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked, Adam Alter offers a catalogue of tricks, from fitbits that make you want to keep your steps up, to Snapchat “streaks” you don’t want to end."
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    Excerpt from Salon -- "This is a psychological phenomenon where the least knowledgeable and most ignorant persons about a given subject are most likely to assert their expertise about it. Trump's repeated claims to be 'smart' and 'intelligent' are an example of the Dunning-Kruger effect in practice."
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    Excerpt from The New York Times -- "Enforcement actions brought against public companies by the Securities and Exchange Commission declined 33 percent in the 2017 fiscal year, with much of that decrease happening after President Trump entered office, according to a report from Cornerstone Research and the New York University Pollack Center for Law & Business."
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    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filed 33 percent fewer enforcement actions against public companies and their subsidiaries in fiscal year 2017. This decline coincided with changes in SEC leadership, according to a report issued jointly by the New York University Pollack Center for Law & Business and Cornerstone Research.
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    Excerpt from Quartz -- "In the long-run, Indian consumers stand to gain. Flush with funds, Ola and Uber may well turn their attention to innovation instead of competing on prices, said Anindya Ghose, the Heinz Riehl professor of business at New York University. 'Net net, this investment will lead to a good outcome for consumers,' he said, 'as it will force both players to pull up their socks, roll their sleeves, and revisit how they can improve the quality of their service in India.'"
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    Excerpt from Reuters -- "The latest step goes farther and was praised by critics such as Paul Barrett, deputy director of the New York University Stern Center for Business and Human Rights. 'If the terrorist is in the business of recruiting and inciting people to make violent attacks, you’ve got to the draw the line' against any of their content, Barrett said."