Professors in the News March 2019
In an op-ed, Professor
argues that President Trump's American AI Initiative is a missed opportunity to address immigration and data collection. Robert Seamans In an op-ed, Professor
discusses diversity and inclusion takeaways from the film "High Flying Bird." Dolly Chugh November 2018
Vice Dean of MBA Programs
highlights the benefits Amazon's new offices will bring to New York City, including continued growth in the tech sector and potential opportunities for MBA students. JP Eggers Professor
is quoted in a story on how Amazon’s new offices may impact Long Island City. Ari Ginsberg October 2018
In an op-ed, Professor
offers shortcuts for managing unsolicited emails that help mitigate unconscious bias, pointing to her research. Dolly Chugh September 2018
In an op-ed, Professor
shares how to use ordinary privilege to help others, from her book, "The Person You Mean to Be." Dolly Chugh Professor
discusses how business leaders can implement training to combat unconscious bias, from her new book, "The Person You Mean to Be." Dolly Chugh Professor
's joint research on the impact of social proximity between venture capitalists and startups is referenced. Deepak Hegde In a feature story on NYU Stern, 10 Class of 2020 full-time MBA students are profiled; Dean Raghu Sundaram highlights the growth in Stern Solutions experiential learning projects; and Professor and Vice Dean of MBA Programs
cites the School's strength in technology, including the Creative Destruction Lab-NYC. JP Eggers In a Q&A profile, Professor
discusses the behavior of Elon Musk and other serial breakthrough innovators, from her book, "Quirky." Melissa Schilling Professor
's new book, "The Person You Mean to Be," is featured as one of six books to help you succeed at work. Dolly Chugh In an op-ed, Professor
recommends incorporating AI expertise into multiple government regulatory agencies. Robert Seamans Professor
’s advice on how to foster equality, diversity and inclusion, from her new book, "The Person You Mean to Be," is featured. Dolly Chugh Professor
comments on how experiencing power influences thinking and perception. Batia Wiesenfeld Professor
is interviewed about common traits found in breakthrough innovators, from her book, "Quirky." Melissa Schilling August 2018
In a Q&A, Professor
offers advice for managers on avoiding overload and fostering mental health in the workplace. Anat Lechner Professor
's book, "The New Global Road Map," is reviewed. Pankaj Ghemawat Professor and Vice Dean of MBA Programs
is interviewed about Elon Musk’s controversial comments on his role as the CEO of Tesla. JP Eggers Professor
's joint research on women expressing emotions at work is spotlighted. Beth Bechky In an op-ed, Professor
illustrates how the success of the film "Crazy Rich Asians" could lead to more creativity, risk-taking and visibility in Hollywood. Dolly Chugh Professors
and Jay Rubin are highlighted as favorite faculty by Poets & Quants 2018 Best & Brightest Business Majors Michelle Enkerlin (BS '18) and Shobhit Jain(BS '18). Robert Salomon Amid escalating tariff tensions between the U.S. and China, Professor
explains why the U.S. tariff strategy is based on a faulty understanding of trade. Robert Salomon Professor
explains why it is still more cost-effective to hire human labor because of the initial financial investment required in Artificial Intelligence. Robert Seamans March 2018
shares his views on trade negotiations with China. ( Robert Salomon Bloomberg) Prof.
shares her views on the proposed "right to disconnect" bill. ( Sonia Marciano The New York Times) Prof.
explains why Elon Musk's idealism shouldn't discourage Tesla investors. ( Melissa Schilling Inc.) Prof.
discusses the potential regulation of Facebook. ( J.P. Eggers Nightly Business Report) Prof.
comments on Facebook's response to the Cambridge Analytica scandal. ( Robert Seamans Fox News) February 2018
new book, "Quirky" is highlighted as one of the best business books of the month. ( Melissa Schilling's Financial Times) Prof.
new book, "Quirky" is spotlighted. ( Melissa Schilling's The New Yorker) Prof.
highlights key traits of serial innovators, from her new book, "Quirky." ( Melissa Schilling BNN) January 2018
highlights the common traits found in top innovators, from her forthcoming book, "Quirky." ( Melissa Schilling InformationWeek) Prof.
forthcoming book, "Quirky," is featured among eight business books to read in 2018. ( Melissa Schilling's Inc.) Prof.
is interviewed about the possible breakup of GE. ( Robert Salomon The Wall Street Journal) Prof.
shares how firms can avoid age discrimination in hiring practices. ( Michael North SHRM Magazine) Prof.
is quoted in a feature story about how personality types impact a person's negotiation style. ( Seth Freeman Fast Company) December 2018
is interviewed about where Amazon might open its second headquarters. ( Ari Ginsberg Inc.) Prof.
explains the implications of the CVS-Aetna merger for consumers. ( Robert Salomon Associated Press) Prof.
is quoted in a feature story about the negative stories surrounding tech in 2017. ( Robert Seamans CBC News) November 2018
discusses the regulation of technology companies globally. ( Pankaj Ghemawat El Pais) Prof.
research on globalization is referenced. ( Pankaj Ghemawat's philSTAR) Prof.
discusses the potential impact of tax policy changes on corporations. ( Robert Salomon Xinhua) Prof.
joint research on ageism is cited. ( Michael North's The New Yorker). New research from NYU Stern Professor
and co-author, J.P. Eggers 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. (NYU Stern) Joost Rietveld October 2017
on anticipated tax reform and recent market gains. Robert Salomon Prof.
on preparing for the US withdrawing from NAFTA. Ari Ginsberg Research Scholar
research on gender parity initiatives referenced. Elad Sherf's Prof.
shares insights on workplace hierarchies. Joe Magee Prof.
on new research in digital privacy ( Robert Seamans Forbes). Prof.
on high-tech entrepreneurship in New York City; Stern's Deepak Hegde -New York City is highlighted ( Creative Destruction Lab BusinessBecause). Prof.
shares insights on globalization changes ( Pankaj Ghemawat El Pais). Prof.
on Catalonia's independence vote from Spain ( Pankaj Ghemawat Forbes). Prof.
shares insights on the inter-generational workforce ( Mike North Valor Economico). Prof.
on global business at the Global Citizens Forum in Brazil ( Robert Salomon Society for Human Resource Management) . Prof.
on the potential impacts of Charter Communications' labor dispute ( Sinziana Dorobantu Stamford Advocate). Prof.
research underscoring the importance of cognitive diversity on research teams featured ( Melissa Schilling's Washington Post). September 2017
In an Op-Ed, Prof.
arguest that India-based businesses should become more globalized to boost competitiveness ( Pankaj Ghemawat Outlook India). Prof.
explains how secondary ticket markets benefits consumers ( Rob Seamans TicketNews). Prof.
shares tips for employees and job applicants to navigate questions about their former employees ( Mike North MEL ). Prof.
& Prof. Zur Shapira discuss why hurricane evacuation decisions should not lie with politicians (The Hill) JP Eggers Prof.
comments on the NYT's decision to stop charging NYC real estate brokers to post exclusive listings ( Rob Seamans The Real Deal). In a co-authored op-ed, Prof.
examines sources of power and their impact on negotiations ( Joe Magee INSEAD Knowledge). Prof.
highlights key skills for high-growth company founders ( Ari Ginsberg TalentEconomy). Prof.
shares insights on affordable travel ( Jason Greenberg WalletHub). Prof.
argues against a tax on robots Robert Seamans (CBC). Post-Doctoral Scholar,
, discusses men's participation in gender-parity initiatives ( Elad Sherf HBR). Prof.
shares views on the potential changes to the corporate tax rate ( Rob Salomon Xinhua). Prof.
demystifies globalisation among other topics in this podcast w/ Brightline Initiative ( Pankaj Ghemawat Thinkers 50). Prof.
comments on Uber's leaked financial documents ( Robert Seamans Vice). Prof.
discusses how Amazon will utilize brick-and-mortar space after its acquisition of Whole Foods ( J.P. Eggers Xinhua). Prof.
explains Tesla's "S-curve" growth model ( Melissa Schilling CNBC). Prof.
discusses the impact of globalization among business schools ( Pankaj Ghemawat BizEd). Prof.
discusses the phenomenon of companies "ghosting" job applicants ( Mike North MelMagazine). Prof.
is interviewed about rising executive pay ( JP Eggers NBR). Prof.
shares her views on the obstacles preventing the adoption of the electric vehicle ( Melissa Schilling Fortune). Prof.
shares insights for business leaders in the wake of anti-globalization sentiment ( Pankaj Ghemawat HBR). August 2017
comments on Uber's leaked financial documents Robert Seamans (Vice News). Prof.
discusses how Amazon will utilize brick-and-mortar space after its acquisition of Whole Foods ( JP Eggers Xinhua). Prof.
is interviewed about his research on globalization and the state of global trade ( Pankaj Ghemawat Marketplace). Prof.
discusses the potential impact of NAFTA's renegotiation for entrepreneurs and small business owners ( Ari Ginsberg Inc.). Prof.
comments on MBA change management courses. Anat Lechner July 2017
discusses the impact of globalization among business schools Pankaj Ghemawat (Biz Ed Magazine). Prof.
discusses the phenomenon of companies "ghosting" job applicants. Mike North (Mel Magazine). Prof.
is interviewed about rising executive pay ( JP Eggers The Nightly Business Report). Prof.
shares her views on the obstacles preventing the adoption of the electric vehicle ( Melissa Schilling Fortune). Prof.
shares insights for business leaders in the wake of anti-globalization sentiment ( Pankaj Ghemawat HBR). Prof.
discusses findings from a new study looking at the impact of disruptive innovation on companies ( Anat Lechner The Canadian Mailer). June 2017
Post-Doctoral Scholar, discusses men's participation in gender parity initiatives Elad Sherf (Work in Progress).
Prof. shares his views on Amazon's recent aquisition of Whole Foods JP Eggers (The Washington Post).
Prof. discusses GM's entry into the self-driving vehicle market Rob Salomon (CCTV).
Prof. shares her joint research on corporate purpose Claudine Gartenberg (The Australian).
In an Op-Ed, Prof. shares steps for companies to drive innovation Melissa Schilling (HBR).
Prof. shares his views on Universal Basic Income and entrepreneurship in an Op-Ed Rob Seamans (Forbes).
Prof. discusses how employers can acommodate older workers Michael North (Maeil Business Newspaper).
Prof. joint research on crowdfunding is highlighted Jason Greenberg's (Bloomberg). May 2017
Professor joint-research on patent applications is featured Deepak Hedge's (HBS Working Knowledge).
Professor discusses the Trump administration's proposed corporate tax cuts Robert Salomon (Reuters). April 2017
Professor comments on Mark Zuckerberg's ranking on the Forbes 2017 Billionaires List J.P. Eggers (Forbes).
Professor shares his views on U.S. trade policy Robert Salomon (ICAS).
Professor discusses potential outcomes of President Trump's meeting with Xi Jinping Ari Ginsberg (Inc.).
Professor discusses Brexit's potential economic impact Pankaj Ghemawat (HBR).
Professor on the impact of robots and wages Robert Seamans (Forbes). March 2017
Professors and Lisa Leslie are named to the Poets & Quants "40 Most Outstanding MBA Professors Under 40" list Nathan Pettit (Poets & Quants).
In an op-ed, Professor highlights the economic benefits of cooperation across generational divides . Michael North
Professor comments on the impact of GM's 2014 recall on the company Robert Salomon (CCTV).
In an in-depth Q&A, Professor shares advice for effective negotiation Seth Freeman (Psychology Today).
In an op-ed, Professor shares his research findings about generational differences in the workplace Michael North (The Conversation). February 2017
In an in-depth interview, Professor addresses common myths about globalization Pankaj Ghemawat (HBR).
Professor shares tips for navigating leadership transitions in the workplace Joe Magee (MarketWatch).
Professor discusses the renegotiation of NAFTA Ari Ginsberg (Inc.).
Research by Professors and Nicholas Hays on generosity and status is featured Steven Blader (Psychology Today).
In an op-ed, Professor argues that digital technologies alone will not drive globalization forward Pankaj Ghemawat (HBR). January 2017
Professor 's research on athletic rivalry and performance is referenced Gavin Kilduff (U.S. News & World Report).
Professor explains why collective bargaining agreements for bank employees might result in diminished service for customers Melissa Schilling (Bloomberg).
Professor shares insights on the profitability of family-run companies Belen Villalonga (Fortune).
Professor 's joint research on power and inclusiveness is featured ( Steven Blader Scientific American).
shares his views on potential job growth in the US. ( Robert Salomon Nightly Business Report).
research on robots and their impact on the economy is featured ( Robert Seamans' Forbes).
and co-author find that social comparison influences both compensation levels and the degree of performance sensitivity within firms. ( Claudine Gartenberg Organization Science)
argues that digital technologies alone will not drive globalization forward. ( Pankaj Ghemawat Harvard Business Review)
research on athletic rivalry and performance is referenced. ( Gavin Kilduff's US News & World Report)
explains why collective bargaining agreements for bank employees might result in diminished service for customers. ( Melissa Schilling Bloomberg) December 2016
shares insight on leadership transitions. Beth Beckhy (Fast Company)
discusses the potential implications of Donald Trump's efforts to incentivize companies to keep jobs in the US. Robert Salomon (CBC Radio)
illustrates the connection between power and empathy in the workplace. Dolly Chugh (The Washington Post) November 2016
discusses the impact of automation on jobs and job growth. ( JP Eggers Nightly Business Report)
highlights key takeaways from her joint research on the connection between firms' relationships with their stakeholders and their ability to weather crisis. ( Sinziana Dorobantu Harvard Law Blog)
is interviewed about his work on the DHL Global Connectedness Index with Senior Research Scholar Steven Altman. ( Pankaj Ghemawat Bloomberg View)
shares his views on Hackensack Meridian Health's appointment of co-CEOs. Joseph Porac (Asbury Park Press)
shares recommendations for addressing anger in connection with globalization. ( Pankaj Ghemawat Harvard Business Review) October 2016
s book, "Global Vision," is named one of the "Best Business Books of 2016" by strategy + business. ( Robert Salomon' strategy + business)
joint research on company performance and Professor Thomas Philippon's joint research on volatility is referenced. Claudine Gartenberg's (Bloomberg)
research on leadership is featured Joe Magee's (Boston Globe).
is interviewed about Juno's entrance into the New York City ridesharing marketplace. Melissa Schilling (Bloomberg)
discusses the growing interest in studying family businesses. ( Belen Villalonga Crain's New York)
research on the future of the telecom industry in light of AT&T's acquisition of Time Warner is referenced. Robert Salomon's (New China )
on Uber and and its latest political situation. Sinziana Dorobantu (Motherboard)
s joint research on implicit bias is featured. ( Dolly Chung' US News & World Report)
worked with Aseem Kaul to explain why innovation is more likely done by large companies. J.P. Eggers (Harvard Business Review)
offers some insight into research on dominance. Gavin Kilduff (The Globe and the Mail)
comments on companies' initiatives to expand internet access. ( Robert Seamans The New York Times)
's research on women in business and trustworthiness is referenced. ( Lisa Leslie USA Today)
emphasizes the importance of giving feedback to employees. ( Rebecca Schaumberg Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland)
weighs in on Uber's business model. ( Melissa Schilling Bloomberg)
analyzes the global implications of Brexit. ( Pankjaj Ghemawat AIB Insights) August 2016
is named a favorite professor by her former student. ( Dolly Chugh Poets & Quants)
discusses the personality traits common among presidential candidates. ( Becky Schaumberg Fox 5 NY)
weighs in on Verizon's acquisition of Yahoo. ( Rob Salomon USA Today)
's joint research on "stop the clock" work policies is referenced. ( Lisa Leslie The Chronicle of Higher Education)
shares takeaways about globalization of platform companies from the sale of Uber China to Didi. ( Pankaj Ghemawat The Harvard Business Review)
In an op-ed, illustrates why Uber struggled to succeed in China. ( Rob Salomon Fortune)
's research on ageism in the workplace is referenced. ( Mike North The Washington Post)
discusses his new joint research on established businesses and innovations. ( JP Eggers MIT Sloan Management Review)
discusses Verizon's acquisition of Yahoo. ( Rob Salomon CBS News) July 2016
comments on Donald Trump's reputation among small business owners and his presidential campaign. ( Ari Ginsberg Inc.) June 2016
discusses the potential implications of "Brexit." ( Rob Salomon Forbes)
In an oped, illustrates how other regions can learn from "Brexit." ( Pankaj Ghemawat Fortune)
's research on a pay premium for high-potential women is referenced. ( Lisa Leslie Fast Company)
shares key factors for effective strategies for companies exporting products globally. ( Pankaj Ghemawat Financial Times)
discusses the adoption of new systems to evaluate employee performance. ( Steve Blader MarketWatch) May 2016
's research on a pay premium for high-potential women is featured. ( Lisa Leslie Fortune)
is interviewed about her research on a pay premium for high-potential women. ( Lisa Leslie The Huffington Post)
is interviewed about her new research on a pay premium for high-potential women in companies with diversity goals. ( Lisa Leslie Harvard Business Review) April 2016
's research on the influence of networks during an MBA job search is featured. ( Jason Greenberg The Atlantic)
's research on the influence of networks during an MBA job search is referenced. ( Jason Greenberg The Economist)
's research on the pathway between diabetes and Alzheimer's disease is featured. ( Melissa Schilling Bend Bulletin)
's co-authored research on the influence of alumni connections in attracting MBA talent is featured. ( Jason Greenberg Top MBA)
's research on the pathway between diabetes and Alzheimer's disease is featured. ( Melissa Schilling Diabetes News Journal)
's co-authored research on the impact of status in theworkplace is featured. ( Nathan Pettit PayScale.com)
's research finds alumni connections and potential for growth are key factors in attracting MBA talent. ( Jason Greenberg Financial Times)
's book, Rob Salomon Global Vision, is featured. ( Forbes)
's research on bias is mentioned. ( Dolly Chugh The New York Times) March 2016
discusses the similarities and differences between young billionaires and seasoned business leaders. ( JP Eggers Forbes Poland)
In an op-ed, discusses China’s M&A binge, pegged to themes in his book “Global Vision.” ( Rob Salomon CNBC)
examines Sony’s new video game business. ( Melissa Schilling Marketplace)
is interviewed about China's economy. ( Pankaj Ghemawat Foreign Affairs)
comments on Avon's relocation of its headquarters to the UK. ( JP Eggers Marketplace)
discusses global trade patterns in Latin America. ( Pankaj Ghemawat El País)
In an op-ed, illustrates why Uber is struggling in China. ( Rob Salomon Fortune)
's research on crowdfunding is referenced. ( Jason Greenberg Business Cornwall) February 2016
shares advice for companies looking to expand globally from his new book, "Global Vision." ( Rob Salomon MSNBC)
In an in-depth profile, discusses globalization and his book, "World 3.0." ( Pankaj Ghemawat AsiaOne) January 2016
and Alexander Ljungqvist's research on patents andthe growth of start-up businesses is cited. ( Deepak Hegde Inquisitr)
predicts less M&A activity in the coming year. ( Rob Salomon Fox Business)
identifies several causes for increased M&A activity over the past year. ( Rob Salomon The Atlantic)
shares leadership advice for new managers. ( Beth Bechky Fast Company)