Faculty News

Stern in the News | October 26, 2021

NYU Stern campus
  • Inverse | 10/26/2021 | Commentary from Professor Arun Sundararajan is highlighted: “Tesla Full Self-Driving Reveal, 5 Years On.”
  • Luxury Daily | 10/25/2021 | Professor Thomai Serdari interview: “Dior Honors Heritage, Femininity in Dramatic Cruise Campaign.”
  • Fortune | 10/22/2021 | Joint research from Professors Sabrina Howell, Theresa Kuchler and Johannes Stroebel is highlighted: “Researchers: A.I. Can Play a Role in Eliminating Bias in Lending, but Only with Human Help.”
  • New York Magazine | 10/22/2021 | Recent commentary from Professor Scott Galloway is featured: “Facebook May Be Mendacious, But It’s Not Stupid.”
  • MarketWatch | 10/21/2021 | Center for Business and Human Rights Research Scholar Casey O’Connor-Willis interview: “How the ‘S’ in ESG Can and Should Help Low-wage Workers: NYU’s Stern Report.”
  • Recode | 10/21/2021 | Professor Arpit Gupta interview: “Remote Work is Bringing the City to the Suburbs.”
  • Bloomberg | 10/20/2021 | Professor Aswath Damodaran interview: “WeWork Is Finally Going Public. Will SoftBank Ever Make Its $17 Billion Back?”
  • E&E News | 10/20/2021 | Professor Richard Berner interview: “Yellen, Regulators Soon to ‘Set the Agenda’ on Climate Risk.”
  • 10/20/2021 | Forbes | Professor Nicholas Economides interview: “Cash-Rich Tech Companies Are Remaking Post-pandemic Manhattan.”
  • 10/20/2021 | Quartz | Center for Business and Human Rights Deputy Director and Senior Research Scholar Paul Barrett interview: “Facebook Doesn’t Need a New Name. It Needs New People.”
  • 10/20/2021 | Quartz | Professor Hanna Halaburda interview: “The U.S. Crackdown on Stablecoins is Targeting Tether First.”