In a co-authored op-ed, Professors Ashish Bhatia and Natalia Levina assert that business schools must adopt new teaching philosophies designed to forge agile, entrepreneurial leaders amid an increasingly uncertain and complex future; Stern's Endless Frontier Labs is cited. (Harvard Business Review)
In a co-authored op-ed, Professor L. Taylor Phillips illustrates how the COVID-19 pandemic offers the United States a rare opportunity to create a stronger, more equitable society. (Behavioral Scientist)
Joint research from PhD student Michael Impink exploring how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the nature of work is highlighted. (CNN)
Joint research from PhD student Michael Impink addressing how the coronavirus pandemic has changed working lives is referenced. (The Economist)
Professor Ari Ginsberg is quoted in a story exploring the financial fallout among small businesses as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. (Vox)
Professor Gavin Kilduff shares key highlights from his research addressing why rivalries develop and how they affect decision-making. (European CEO)
In a radio interview, postdoctoral fellow Ashli Carter examines the causes and consequences of cultural borrowing and appropriation.(NPR)
Professor L. Taylor Phillips highlights key takeaways from her recent, joint research addressing class privilege. (Salon)
Key takeaways from Professor Batia Wiesenfeld’s co-authored research on organizational identification among virtual workers are referenced. (HBR)
In an in-depth feature, Professor Ari Ginsberg explains how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way he approaches teaching entrepreneurship. (Business Insider)
In a featured podcast interview, Professor Arun Sundararajan discusses his recent research with PhD student Manav Raj and Uber Eats, which underscores the importance digital platforms had in ensuring business continuity and providing future resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic for SMB restaurants while weighing in on what Uber’s acquisition of Postmates means for the sharing economy. (Protocol)
Takeaways from Professor Dolly Chugh's book, "The Person You Mean To Be," are covered. (Inside Hook)
Five winning student venture teams from Stern's $300K Entrepreneurs Challenge, hosted annually by the Berkley Center for Entrepreneurship, are spotlighted in a feature story; Professors Deepak Hegde and Cynthia Franklin explain how the competition helps equip students with the skills and guidance needed to navigate through the startup process, from idea to launch. (American Entrepreneurship Today)
In a radio interview, Professor Robert Seamans discusses his research with PhD student Michael Impink on the impact of AI on the human workforce. (The Academic Minute)
In a joint op-ed, Professor Matthew Lee offers three solutions to help impact investors reduce the effects of bias. (Stanford Social Innovation Review)
In a podcast interview, Professor Dolly Chugh discusses key insights from her book, "The Person You Mean to Be." (The Happiness Lab)
Professor Dolly Chugh is recognized on Poets & Quants' "Favorite MBA Professors Of The Class of 2020" list.
Professor Batia Wiesenfeld offers insights on how pay and promotion outcomes are impacted by primarily working from home versus working in the office.
Postdoctoral Fellow Rachel Marie Brooks Atkins cites findings from her research including that Black and white households with similar financial resources do not have equal access to commercial loans.
A paper by Taylor Phillipsand Brian Lowery titled "I ain’t no fortunate one: On the motivated denial of class privilege." was published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
In a podcast interview, Professor Dolly Chugh shares key takeaways from her book, "The Person You Mean To Be."
In a video interview, Professor Anat Lechner offers her perspective on how the coronavirus crisis has changed the way we work in the short-term and long-term.
Professor Deepak Hegde, Director of Stern’s Endless Frontier Labs (EFL), explains why there is no "one-size-fits all" approach to scaling a startup and outlines the fundamentals of growing a business, citing an example from EFL.
Joint research from Professor Nathan Pettitaddressing how social status changes over time and impacts work hierarchies is cited.
Joint research from Professor Julia Hur examining the discrepancy between predicted versus actual advisor selection decisions is featured.
Research from Professor Lisa Leslie exploring the success of diversity initiatives is spotlighted.
Postdoctoral Fellow Rachel Marie Brooks Atkins is quoted in an article examining why Black-owned restaurants are seeing a surge of interest and support.
In a video interview, ProfessorAnat Lechnernotes that workers have proven to be productive in non-traditional remote setups amid the coronavirus crisis.
Professor Dolly Chugh comments on how implicit biases are a normal part of one's thought process and come from messaging that has been internalized over the course of their lives.
In a co-authored op-ed, Professors Michael North and Batia Wiesenfeld offer three solutions to prevent COVID-19 from creating an irreversible generational divide.
Professor Robert Seamans' recent comments on how to effectively reduce the digital divide are mentioned.
Professor Melissa Schilling's remarks on how Sundar Pichai may approach his position as the CEO of Alphabet are cited.
In an op-ed, Professor Robert Seamans lays out three policy recommendations to help reduce the digital divide that has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Professor Deepak Hegde, Director of Stern’s Endless Frontier Labs, discusses how weakening links between employers and employees could put the American economy in a fragile position when the global economy restarts following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Joint research from Professor Frances Milliken on the effects of diversity in organizational groups is referenced.
In a co-authored op-ed, Professor Luis Cabral and Professor Deepak Hegde, Director of Stern’s Endless Frontier Labs, assert that the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is not effectively stopping job losses and instead recommend that the U.S. government guarantees capped paychecks to all employees for businesses of all sizes in order to preserve a generation of promising ideas and innovation amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Joint research from Professor Melissa Schilling on uncharted technological terrain and breakthrough innovation is referenced.
In a Q&A interview, Professor Robert Seamans discusses whether the Small Business Administration (SBA) loan programs can be effective as a response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Professor Frances Milliken outlines steps small business owners can take to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic.
Professor Julianna Pillemer's research on the complex dynamics of interpersonal connections at work is cited.
In a trend story on one-year MBA programs, Vice Dean of MBA Programs JP Eggersdiscusses how Stern's focused Andre Koo Tech MBA and Fashion & Luxury MBA programs prepare students to meet industry needs.
In an op-ed, Professor Robert Seamansargues for why stimulus funds should be distributed through mobile payment rather than direct deposit or checks.
Professor Dolly Chugh provides insight on academic research addressing the topic of unconscious bias.
Professor Michael North is quoted in an article examining how the coronavirus pandemic is fueling intergenerational strife.
Professor Ari Ginsberg notes that WeWork's priority has shifted from expansion to cost reduction and refocusing on its core business of coworking.
Professor Anat Lechner notes that crises often give rise to innovation and capacity.
Professor Nathan Pettitis profiled as part of BusinessBecause's "MBA Professors To Look Out For in 2020" list; Professor Pettit highlights the unique opportunity to create change at Stern and the School’s new Leadership Accelerator.
Professor Robert Seamans concludes that current research is insufficient to support conclusions about how universal basic income might function on a larger scale.
In a radio interview, Professor Robert Seamans weighs in on the potential consumer effects of the Sprint-T-Mobile merger.
In a co-authored op-ed, Professor Anat Lechner argues that instead of looking for solutions to fix the current healthcare system, society should aim for higher efficiencies, lower costs and better outcomes.
In a co-authored op-ed, Professors Nicholas Economides, Thomas Philippon, Robert Seamans and Lawrence White argue for why they believe the Justice Department should have rejected the recent T-Mobile-Sprint merger and how the deal will negatively impact consumers.
Professor and EFL Director Deepak Hegde explains why cultivating a positive culture is one of the most important priorities startups need to consider when scaling up; Endless Frontier Labs is mentioned.
In a feature story on NYU Stern’s Executive MBA, eight Class of 2021 EMBA students from the New York and DC programs are profiled; Vice Dean Robert Salomon is quoted on new program innovations, including updates in the curriculum; Stern's academic rigor, senior cohort and spirit of community are highlighted.
Vice Dean of MBA Programs JP Eggers is interviewed on Stern's goal of supporting MBA students as the nature of work continues to evolve.
In a feature story on the success of Apple, Professor Ari Ginsberg notes that incremental innovation is not always less desirable than disruptive innovation.
In a podcast interview, Professor Sinziana Dorobantu offers insights on stakeholder capitalism while sharing takeaways from her joint research on how companies' efforts to build strong stakeholder relationships can prevent crises.
Professor Ari Ginsberg discusses how WeWork's struggles have impacted the perception of unicorn companies.
In an op-ed, ProfessorRobert Seamans explores the complicated relationship between robots and workers.
Professor Michael North weighs in on the generational divides seen in the news over the past year.
Professor Michael North weighs in on the generational divides seen in the news over the past year.
Professor Melissa Schilling discusses how Sundar Pichai may approach his new position as CEO of Alphabet following Larry Page and Sergey Brin's recent departures.
Professor Anat Lechner weighs in on the challenges associated with a company undergoing a cultural transformation.
In an in-depth interview, Professor Ari Ginsberg discusses different approaches to innovation and how companies can create a more risk-tolerant corporate culture.
Professor Sonia Marciano offers her perspective on the intrinsic value of diamonds.
Research from Professor Pankaj Ghemawat on cross-border strategies is referenced.
Professor Pankaj Ghemawat is featured in a story highlighting the Thinkers50 list of the 20 most influential business minds of 2019.
In an Q&A interview, Professor Robert Seamans notes that companies that do not embrace AI are putting themselves at a competitive disadvantage.
Professor Ari Ginsberg discusses the future of WeWork following a recent round of layoffs and derailed IPO.
Professor Michael North offers perspective on the prevalence of ageist generalizations in the workplace.
Professor and Vice Dean of MBA Programs JP Eggers is interviewed about the MBA student experience.
Professor Dolly Chugh's book, "The Person You Mean To Be," is cited.
EFL Director Professor Deepak Hegde is quoted on EFL’s selection of 50 science-and technology-based startups for its 2019-2020.
Professor and Vice Dean of MBA Programs J.P. Eggers offers his perspective on new research that finds analysts tend to significantly underestimate the earnings potential of companies run by humble chief executive officers.
Professor Nathan Pettit's new research on status momentum is mentioned.
In an op-ed, Professor Robert Seamans analyzes the effect artificial intelligence will play on economic growth in the short term.
Professor Steven Blader shares advice for how managers can effectively approach one-on-one meetings with their employees.
In an op-ed, Professor Robert Seamans shares his perspective on the bi-partisan Augmenting Compatibility and Competition by Enabling Service Switching (ACCESS) Act.
Professor Ari Ginsberg shares his thoughts on how WeWork's troubles may impact NYC's commercial real estate market.
A joint court filing, co-authored by Professors Nicholas Economides, Thomas Philippon, Robert Seamans and Lawrence White in response to the U.S. Department of Justice's Sprint/T-Mobile merger proposal, is cited.
Professor Pankaj Ghemawat's book, "The New Global Road Map," is referenced.
In a live interview, Professor Dolly Chugh provides insight into the benefits of the "Slow Movement" and why it's important to focus on quality vs. quantity in many aspects of life.
Professor Melissa Schilling's co-authored research on how digital platforms manipulate the promotion of the products available in their ecosystems is featured.
Professor Robert Seamans is quoted in a story on the importance of understanding AI logic in strategic management.
Professor Ari Ginsberg underscores the importance of WeWork addressing criticisms of the company directly with the public and its investors.
Professor Robert Seamans' participation in a Senate Judiciary tech task force panel on data portability led by Senator Marsha Blackburn is cited.
The DHL Global Connectedness Index, research by Professor Pankaj Ghemawat, Senior Research Scholar Steven Altman and Associate Research Scholar Phillip Bastian, is cited.
Professor Anat Lechner is quoted in an article on Pattern, a startup designed to combat workplace burnout.
Professor Matthew Lee's joint research on gender bias and entrepreneurship is cited.
In a contributed article, Professor Robert Seamans and PhD candidate Manav Raj share insights from their research on AI's impact on various occupations.
Professor Robert Salomon shares his outlook on the global economy next year.
In a joint op-ed, Professor Deepak Hegde emphasizes the importance of entrepreneurship education.
Professor Dolly Chugh is interviewed about how she evaluates requests with the support of her peer group.
In a podcast interview, Professor Robert Seamans shares his outlook on AI's impact on the economy.
ProfessorMatthew Lee's research is referenced in an op-ed on the likability trap for women in the workforce.
Professor Anat Lechner discusses the consequences of high rates of turnover in an organization.
Professor Michael North's work on inter-generational workplaces is cited.
In an op-ed, Professor Dolly Chugh offers advice for minority groups on how to to navigate challenging work environments.
Dean Raghu Sundaram joins other deans in sharing recommended summer reads for future business majors; Professor Dolly Chugh's book, "The Person You Mean to Be," is highlighted.
Professor Deepak Hegde is interviewed for a story on the prevalence of female-founded unicorn startups in 2019.
Professor Jason Greenberg's joint research on entrepreneurial ventures is cited.
Professor Ari Ginsberg underscores the importance of companies "upskilling" their employees.
Professor Dolly Chugh's book, "The Person You Mean to Be," is featured in a summer reading list for women in power.
Professor Michael North's joint research on ageism is spotlighted.
Professor Deepak Hegde offers advice to entrepreneurs who are looking to scale startup companies.
In a Q&A interview, Professor and Vice Dean of MBA programs JP Eggers highlights Stern's new MBA specialization in healthcare.
Professor Dolly Chugh offers advice for companies to successfully manage cross-generational teams.
In a joint op-ed, Professor Elizabeth Morrison offers advice for leaders to balance confidence and humility.
Professor Melissa Schilling's research on the link between Alzheimer's disease and diabetes is referenced.
Professor Joe Magee provides insight into the psychological effects of power.
Professor Dolly Chugh explains the importance of understanding "bounded ethicality" for leaders, from her book, "The Person You Mean to Be."
Professor Anat Lechner offers insights on body and food-shaming in the workplace.
ProfessorRobert Seamansshares insights from his research on the impact of increased competition in the consumer broadband market.
In a live interview on The Today Show, Professor Dolly Chugh shares the importance of being what she calls a "good-ish" person, from her book, "The Person You Mean to Be."
In a contributed article, Professor Robert Seamans outlines several different approaches to regulating big tech.
In a trend story, Professor and Vice Dean of Executive Programs Robert Salomon highlights Stern’s global approach to Executive Education, citing short courses including "Sustainability Training for Business Leaders" and "Leading Global Organizations."
Professor Robert Seamans offers advice for how the US government should approach tech regulation.
Professor Ari Ginsberg explains why traditional retailers are forming partnerships with the resale industry.
Dean Raghu Sundaram and Professor and Vice Dean of MBA programs JP Eggers highlight how Stern's focused Andre Koo Tech MBA and Fashion & Luxury MBA programs are meeting the evolving needs of students and employers.
Professor Jason Greenberg discusses the challenges founder-led companies face.
Professor Gavin Kilduff's research on the impact of having a rival on performance is referenced.
Professor Robert Seamans is quoted in an article on the manipulation of private equity firms' returns.
Professor Jason Greenberg's research on the success of solo vs. team-led startups is spotlighted.
Professor Jason Greenberg is interviewed about his new joint research on the success of solo vs. team-led startups.
Professor and Vice Dean of MBA Programs JP Eggers is interviewed about the consequences of taking a company public.
Professor Robert Salomon offers advice for global companies to combat economic nationalism, drawing from his book, "Global Vision;” the DHL Global Connectedness Index, co-authored by Professor Pankaj Ghemawat, Senior Research Scholar Steven Altman and Associate Research Scholar Phillip Bastian, is cited.
Professor Dolly Chugh explains how having a growth mindset can foster better leadership skills.
Professors Paul Hardart and Batia Wiesenfeld discuss the future of Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures amid the company's acquisition by AT&T.
In a podcast interview, Professor Dolly Chugh shares her views on combating unconscious bias, from her book, "The Person You Mean to Be."
Professor Robert Seamans is interviewed about the ethical challenges AI presents for business.
Professor Sonia Marciano is quoted in a story on Anheuser-Busch InBev (ABI)'s marketing strategy.
Professor Dolly Chugh's book, "The Person You Mean to Be," is cited.
Professor Robert Seamans shares his views on presidential candidate Andrew Yang's proposal for Universal Basic Income (UBI).
In an in-depth interview, Professor Melissa Schilling shares takeaways from the lives of serial breakthrough innovators, from her book, "Quirky."
Professor Zur Shapira highlights the importance of risk-taking in business.
Professor Dolly Chugh explains the benefits of developing a growth-oriented inner voice, from her book, "The Person You Mean to Be."
Professor Ari Ginsberg comments on West Elm's partnership with Rent the Runway
Professor Elizabeth Morrison's and PhD student Mona Weiss' joint research on the perception of speaking up in the workplace is featured.
Professor Gavin Kilduff's research on the impact of rivalry on athletic performance is referenced.
In an op-ed, Professor Robert Seamans argues that President Trump's American AI Initiative is a missed opportunity to address immigration and data collection.
In an op-ed, Professor Dolly Chugh discusses diversity and inclusion takeaways from the film "High Flying Bird."
Vice Dean of MBA Programs JP Eggershighlights 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.
Professor Ari Ginsberg is quoted in a story on how Amazon’s new offices may impact Long Island City.
In an op-ed, Professor Dolly Chugh offers shortcuts for managing unsolicited emails that help mitigate unconscious bias, pointing to her research.
In an op-ed, Professor Dolly Chugh shares how to use ordinary privilege to help others, from her book, "The Person You Mean to Be."
Professor Dolly Chugh discusses how business leaders can implement training to combat unconscious bias, from her new book, "The Person You Mean to Be."
Professor Deepak Hegde's joint research on the impact of social proximity between venture capitalists and startups is referenced.
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 JP Eggers cites the School's strength in technology, including the Creative Destruction Lab-NYC.
In a Q&A profile, Professor Melissa Schilling discusses the behavior of Elon Musk and other serial breakthrough innovators, from her book, "Quirky."
Professor Dolly Chugh's new book, "The Person You Mean to Be," is featured as one of six books to help you succeed at work.
In an op-ed, Professor Robert Seamans recommends incorporating AI expertise into multiple government regulatory agencies.
Professor Dolly Chugh’s advice on how to foster equality, diversity and inclusion, from her new book, "The Person You Mean to Be," is featured.
Professor Batia Wiesenfeld comments on how experiencing power influences thinking and perception.
Professor Melissa Schilling is interviewed about common traits found in breakthrough innovators, from her book, "Quirky."
In a Q&A, Professor Anat Lechneroffers advice for managers on avoiding overload and fostering mental health in the workplace.
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. (NYU Stern)
Prof. Robert Salomon on anticipated tax reform and recent market gains.
Prof. Ari Ginsberg on preparing for the US withdrawing from NAFTA.
Research Scholar Elad Sherf's research on gender parity initiatives referenced.
Prof. Joe Magee shares insights on workplace hierarchies.