• NYU Stern’s Berkley Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation received the first annual 2011 OPEL Award, recognizing the Center’s entrepreneurial leadership, this fall.
  • Rohit Deo, Professor of Statistics and Operations Research and Robert Miller Faculty Fellow, has been named Associate Dean of Academic Affairs for the NYU Stern Undergraduate College, effective September 1, 2011.
  • Incorporating advice from others can improve decision making, yet all too often, powerful people ignore it, according to new research from NYU Stern Management Professors Kelly E. See and Elizabeth W. Morrison, along with co-authors Naomi B. Rothman of Lehigh University and Jack B. Soll of Duke University.
  • New research demonstrates a clear relationship between a magazine brand’s digital aptitude and its advertising revenue per-page, according to the most recent Digital IQ Index® published today by L2 in conjunction with NYU Stern.
  • At the one-year anniversary of the Dodd-Frank Act, the NYU Stern Systemic Risk Rankings, launched in April 2010 by New York University Stern School of Business, shows that systemic risk has been reduced by 18% since July 2010. The ranking, a weekly rating and ordering by level of risk that the largest U.S. financial institutions bring to the financial system, measures the potential severity (but not the probability) of a systemic financial crisis, were one to occur. The measure shows that systemic risk has been reduced from $750 billion a year ago to $615.6 billion today.
  • New York University Stern School of Business celebrates the five-year anniversary of delivering its top-ranked Langone Part-time MBA Program in Westchester. Responding to the need for flexibility among working professionals pursuing an MBA on a part-time basis, NYU Stern began offering classes at the SUNY Purchase campus in Westchester in September of 2006.
  • It is widely believed that a diversified hedge fund portfolio strategy is an effective hedge against adverse market movements. New research by NYU Stern Finance Professor Stephen Brown, with co-authors Greg Gregoriou and Razvan Pascalau of SUNY College at Plattsburgh School of Business and Economics, shows this is not the case: well-diversified funds of hedge funds are more sensitive to risk than is the average hedge fund in extreme market conditions.
  • NYU Stern and Centre for Economic Policy Research Publish E-Book of Conference Proceedings, "Dodd-Frank: One Year On"
  • NYU Stern, LSE and HEC Paris Mark 10-Year Anniversary of TRIUM Global Executive MBA with Announcement to Expand Enrollment
  • On June 15, 2011, Research Professor Ralph Gomory testified before the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission’s hearing on “China’s Five-Year Plan, Indigenous Innovation and Technology Transfers, and Outsourcing.”
  • New York University Stern School of Business today announced that Paul M. Romer will join its faculty in the fall of 2011. Romer will be a professor in the School's Department of Economics and will lead NYU Stern's Urban Systems Project, which the school is launching with a $10 million gift.
  • Addresses How to Measure Marketing Efforts in Today’s Digital Landscape
  • Janet L. Robinson, President & CEO of The New York Times Company, to Keynote NYU Stern School of Business 2011 Graduate Convocation
  • NYU President John Sexton and Provost David McLaughlin today announced the appointment of Geeta Menon, the Abraham Krasnoff Professor of Global Business and Professor of Marketing, as the dean of the undergraduate college of the Leonard N. Stern School of Business. Her appointment is effective July 15, 2011.
  • On April 29, the winners of NYU Stern’s New Venture Competition and Social Venture Competition, and new this year – NYU’s Technology Venture Competition – received more than $250,000 in seed money and in-kind support. After pitching their venture ideas, the three winning teams, each led by NYU students, faculty and alumni, were chosen by a panel of judges from the for-profit, social enterprise and technology sectors.
  • Anindya Ghose, Robert L. & Dale Atkins Rosen Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor of Information, Operations and Management Sciences; Panagiotis Ipeirotis, George A. Kellner Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor of Information, Operations and Management Sciences; and PhD student BeibeiLi’s co-authored paper, “Towards a Theory Model for Product Search,” received the Best Paper Award at the 20th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW 2011).
  • Two NYU Stern professors, Vasant Dhar and Arun Sundararajan, call the fallout of the Epsilon data breach in which hackers stole millions of names and email addresses of bank and retailer customers a “failure in management,” not a failure in security technology, and a “wake-up call” for chief executives.
  • Richard Sylla, Henry Kaufman Professor of the History of Financial Institutions and Markets and Professor of Economics, received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Business History Conference (BHC), the leading professional association of business historians, at their April conference in St. Louis, MO.
  • Time has named Twitter feeds by New York University Professors Marion Nestle and Nouriel Roubini as two of the 140 Twitter feeds “that are shaping the conversation,” the magazine announced. The list also includes Lady Gaga, Starbucks, Newark Mayor Cory Booker, former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin, Boston Celtics Center Shaquille O’Neal, and comedian Conan O’Brien.
  • Four NYU Stern School of Business faculty propose a model of mortgage finance that shifts guarantees from the government to a fully private-based system in their new book, “Guaranteed to Fail: Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and the Debacle of Mortgage Finance” (Princeton University Press, March 2011).
  • Professor of Finance Viral Acharya was selected by the European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB) to be one of the 15 members of its newly established Advisory Scientific Committee (ASC).
  • With countries around the globe grappling with how best to curb global warming and reduce the world’s carbon footprint, NYU Stern’s Citi Leadership and Ethics Program is focusing on how to apply market-based approaches to address environmental issues and foster economic growth.
  • New York University Stern School of Business will no longer require Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or Graduate Record Exam (GRE) test scores from candidates applying to its Executive MBA program, effective immediately. Applicants will still have the option to submit either GMAT or GRE scores with their application, but it will not be a requirement.
  • Does leisure-blogging in the workplace help or hurt productivity over the long term? According to Anindya Ghose, NYU Stern Associate Professor of Information, Operations and Management Sciences, and his colleagues Yan Huang and Param Vir Singh from Carnegie Mellon University, blogging helps. When organizations have lax rules on leisure blogging, it positively affects the writing and sharing of work-related blog posts and creates opportunities for strengthening employee networks.
  • William H. Joyce Professor of Marketing Russell Winer accepted the AMA/Irwin/McGraw-Hill Distinguished Marketing Educator Award at the AMA’s 2011 Winter Marketing Educators’ Conference on February 19 in Austin, Texas. Established in 1985, the award is given annually to a long-standing leader in marketing education who has made extensive and sustained contributions to the marketing discipline. It is designed to be the highest honor a marketing educator can receive.