Tech@Stern | The Future of FinTech

Professors Kathleen DeRose and Arun Sundararajan discuss the definition of FinTech, what a student should expect from a FinTech major, the impact of regulation, and the upcoming NYU Stern FinTech Conference.

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Tech@Stern | Blockchain beyond Bitcoin

Proffesor Hanna Halaburda explains why it's difficult to apply blockchain-based solutions to non-cryptocurrency applications, such as real-estate ownership records, voting information, or identity verification.

Tech@Stern | The Benefits and Costs of IP Protection

In this short video, Professor Walker Hanlon describes the costs and benefits of protecting Intellectual Property (IP), and explains how economists at NYU Stern are using natural experiments in history to better understand them.

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Thought Leadership Talks: Crowdsourcing & Innovation

Featuring Professor Natalia Levina, Director of the Fubon Center for Technology, Business and Innovation and Professor of Information Systems

Tech@Stern | Artificial Intelligence & the Future of Work

Professors Robert Seamans and Arun Sundararajan discuss the definition of A.I., the impact of A.I. on the economy, and the industries in which A.I. might create jobs or replace workers. Professor Seamans also discusses the tradeoffs that come with U.B.I. (Universal Basic Income).

Kristen Sosulski on Telling a Story With Data

Professor Sosulski discusses the components of telling a story using data, from exploration, to analysis, to communication.

Melissa Schilling on Platform Ecosystems

Professor Melissa Schilling discusses the components of platform ecosystems, and their benefits.

Identifying the Crowdsourcing Sweet Spot

Is crowdsourcing right for you and your organization? Professor Natalia Levina reveals the five elements of the "crowdsourcing sweet spot," and what you need to ask yourself before engaging in the practice.

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Digital Disruption of the Consulting Industry

Crowdsourcing has left an indelible mark on the worlds of everything from freelance visual design to open R&D innovation challenges. Professor Natalia Levina sheds light on the potential disruption of perhaps one of the more unexpected industries--consulting.

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Stern Fintech Research - Fintech Nudges and Personal Finance Management

Sung K. Lee, a finance PhD candidate at NYU Stern, studies the effectiveness of a money management app serviced by a major commercial bank in Canada. He focuses on the feature of overspending messages, which are sent to the users if their spending on a day exceeds twice their daily average spending.

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D. Chen, S. Fraiberger, R. Moakler & F. Provost (2017)

“Privacy, transparency and control for predictive analytics from massive fine-grained personal data.”
Big Data 5(3): 197-212.

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Schilling, MA (2017)

"What’s your best innovation bet?"
Harvard Business Review, July-August.

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Aimée A. Kane and Natalia Levina (2017)

“‘Am I Still One of Them?’: Bicultural Immigrant Managers Navigating Social Identity Threats When Spanning Global Boundaries”
Journal of Management Studies, 54, 4: 540-577.

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Ning Su, Natalia Levina, and Jeanne W. Ross (2016)

The Long-Tail Strategy for IT Outsourcing
MIT Sloan Management Review

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Martens, D., F. Provost, J. Clark, E. Junqué de Fortuny (2016)

“Mining Massive Fine-Grained Behavior Data to Improve Predictive Analytics.” 
MIS Quarterly, Vol. 40 No. 4, pp. 869-888/December 2016.

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Schilling, MA (2015)

Technology shocks, technological collaboration, and innovation outcomes.
Organization Science, 26:668-686.

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