• Deepak Hegde
    In a new study, Professor Deepak Hegde of the NYU Stern School of Business and Stuart Graham of Georgia Institute of Technology discredit the conventional wisdom that public disclosure by inventors of their proprietary knowledge when their patents are pending is costly for them because it alerts rivals and facilitates imitation by others.
  • – Press Releases

    Volatility Institute Launches at NYU Shanghai

    November 27, 2014
    NYU Shanghai is celebrating the launch of the Volatility Institute at NYU Shanghai. The Volatility Institute at NYU Shanghai, located at the NYU Shanghai Pudong Academic Building in the heart of Liujiazui, Shanghai’s financial center, aims to create opportunities for research focused on both the Chinese financial markets and markets around the world.
  • The first open dialogue on a White House plan to promote responsible business conduct abroad will take place on December 15, 2014 and will be co-hosted by the NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights and the United States Council for International Business.
  • New research from NYU Stern School of Business Professor Adam Alter and UCLA Anderson School of Management Professor Hal Hershfield shows that when adults approach a new decade in age (i.e., at ages 29, 39, 49 or 59), they search for existential meaning and behave in ways that can be constructive or destructive. 
  • Deepak Hegde
    In a new study, NYU Stern Professor Deepak Hegde and Bhaven Sampat of Columbia University investigate whether lobbying by special interest groups affects funding for research by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), a publicly funded federal agency and the world’s largest funder of medical research – nearly $30 billion each year.
  • Michael Posner
    In an address at the University of Michigan on Friday, Michael Posner, co-director of the NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights, called for American colleges and universities to adopt uniform human rights standards relating to three aspects of their business operations – product licensing, procurement of goods and services and with respect to their investments.
  • The directors of the Center for Business and Human Rights at the New York University Stern School of Business, Michael Posner and Sarah Labowitz responded to the Obama administration’s announcement that it would begin the process of writing a national action plan to examine the impact of business on global human rights in a letter to President Obama.
  • Anindya Ghose
    Commuters in crowded subway trains may welcome targeted promotions on their mobile phones and are about twice as likely to respond by making a purchase as in non-crowded trains while in transit, say NYU Stern Professor Anindya Ghose, Co-Director of Stern’s Center for Business Analytics, and his co-authors, Michelle Andrews and Xueming Luo of Temple University and Zheng Fang of Sichuan University.
  • Marking its 12th year, NYU Stern’s Citi Leadership & Ethics Program, supported by the Citi Foundation, has appointed NYU alumna Tensie Whelan (BA ’80) as its 2014-2015 Citi Leadership & Ethics Distinguished Fellow.
  • New York University Stern School of Business today announced that Pankaj Ghemawat will join its faculty in September 2014. Ghemawat will be a professor in Stern’s Management & Organizations department, where he has served as Distinguished Visiting Professor of Global Management since September 2013.
  • In a new study, NYU Stern Professors Elizabeth Morrison and Kelly See, along with co-author Caitlin Pan of SIM University, examine why employees often withhold important suggestions and concerns, and find that a sense of powerlessness plays a key role.
  • New York University Stern School of Business announced that Roxanne Hori has joined its leadership team in the newly created position of Associate Dean of Corporate Relations, Career Services and Leadership Development.
  • Deepak Hegde
    In a first-of-its-kind study, NYU Stern Professor Deepak Hegde and his co-authors, Michael Carley and Alan Marco of the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), calculate the probability of receiving a US patent and find that approval rates have declined significantly.
  • In a new study, NYU Stern Professor Vicki Morwitz and her co-authors, Shai Danziger of Tel Aviv University and Liat Hadar of the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, find that consumers who try to maximize savings will choose retailers that they believe offer lower prices more often.
  • Ajay Banga, President & CEO of MasterCard, will be the keynote speaker for NYU Stern's 2014 Graduate Convocation.
  • At the conclusion of an eight-month competition, NYU’s most promising innovators received a combined $200,000 in start-up cash at the annual $200K Entrepreneurs Challenge, held by NYU Stern’s Berkley Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation.
  • In new research that analyzes data from China’s stock market from 1995 to 2012, NYU Stern Professors Jennifer Carpenter and Robert Whitelaw, along with undergraduate student Fangzhou Lu, find that despite its reputation as a “casino,” China’s stock market has functioned well by several measures.
  • New York University Stern School of Business announced the appointment of one of its alumni, Conor Grennan, as Dean of Students for the MBA program, effective April 1. In this role, Conor will act as liaison between the administration and the School’s more than 2,500 full-time and Langone MBA students.
  • New York University Stern School of Business and New York University School of Law today announced that Lord King, the former head of the Bank of England, will join the faculty of both schools in the fall 2014 semester.
  • Deepak Hegde
    In research that is forthcoming in the journal, Management Science, NYU Stern Professor Deepak Hegde and his co-author, Justin Tumlinson of the IFO Institute at the University of Munich, found that US venture capitalists (VCs) were more likely to invest in start-ups led by executives of the same ethnic origin, particularly when the probability of the start-ups’ success appears low.
  • Dstillery, the pioneer in audience targeting for brands, will host a half-day symposium dedicated to exploring the impact of the data science revolution on the digital advertising ecosystem. Co-host for the event is the NYU Stern Center for Business Analytics (CBA), a cutting edge research center at the forefront of data and analytical thinking. The second annual Advertising and Data Science Congress (ADS*CON) will feature leading thinkers in industry and academia addressing the dramatic impact of data science on advertising.
  • In a recent article, NYU Stern Professor C. Samuel Craig explores how culture and cultural products – film, television, music, dance, opera, fashion and art – are created and consumed. Referencing more than 40 papers on the topic, he examines the role of cities, context and technology in fostering the creation of culture.
  • New York University has named Ian Bremmer – political scientist, expert on foreign policy and political risk, and president of Eurasia Group – as a Global Research Professor.
  • A team of five NYU Stern MBA students won the Third Annual Interactive Launch Competition by presenting a business analysis and marketing strategy for multi-screen “TV anywhere” technology offered by ARRIS, a leading video technology supplier.
  • NYU Stern Undergraduate College and DoSomething.org, one of the largest organizations for young people and social change in the US, are combining efforts on the “Give a Spit” Challenge to register 5,000 plus potential donors with the national bone marrow registry. Their goal is to find a bone marrow match for Sheldon Mba, a college student who was diagnosed with aplastic anemia, a disease that requires a life-saving bone marrow match.