• New York University Stern School of Business and New York University School of Law today announced that Lord King, the former head of the Bank of England, will join the faculty of both schools in the fall 2014 semester.
  • Deepak Hegde
    In research that is forthcoming in the journal, Management Science, NYU Stern Professor Deepak Hegde and his co-author, Justin Tumlinson of the IFO Institute at the University of Munich, found that US venture capitalists (VCs) were more likely to invest in start-ups led by executives of the same ethnic origin, particularly when the probability of the start-ups’ success appears low.
  • Dstillery, the pioneer in audience targeting for brands, will host a half-day symposium dedicated to exploring the impact of the data science revolution on the digital advertising ecosystem. Co-host for the event is the NYU Stern Center for Business Analytics (CBA), a cutting edge research center at the forefront of data and analytical thinking. The second annual Advertising and Data Science Congress (ADS*CON) will feature leading thinkers in industry and academia addressing the dramatic impact of data science on advertising.
  • In a recent article, NYU Stern Professor C. Samuel Craig explores how culture and cultural products – film, television, music, dance, opera, fashion and art – are created and consumed. Referencing more than 40 papers on the topic, he examines the role of cities, context and technology in fostering the creation of culture.
  • New York University has named Ian Bremmer – political scientist, expert on foreign policy and political risk, and president of Eurasia Group – as a Global Research Professor.
  • A team of five NYU Stern MBA students won the Third Annual Interactive Launch Competition by presenting a business analysis and marketing strategy for multi-screen “TV anywhere” technology offered by ARRIS, a leading video technology supplier.
  • NYU Stern Undergraduate College and DoSomething.org, one of the largest organizations for young people and social change in the US, are combining efforts on the “Give a Spit” Challenge to register 5,000 plus potential donors with the national bone marrow registry. Their goal is to find a bone marrow match for Sheldon Mba, a college student who was diagnosed with aplastic anemia, a disease that requires a life-saving bone marrow match.
  • NYU Stern announced the establishment of The William R. Berkley Scholarship Program to support exceptional seniors who wish to pursue their MBA at Stern directly following college graduation.
  • In a new study, NYU Stern Professor Adam Alter and his co-authors, Stern alumnus Eesha Sharma (PhD '13) of Dartmouth College, Dan Ariely of Duke University and Nina Mazar of the University of Toronto, find that people believe financial constraints should not excuse immoral conduct. However, when people actually feel worse off financially, they loosen their own moral standards to redress the perceived unfairness of their situation.
  • NYU Stern Professor Hal Hershfield and his colleagues H. Min Bang and Elke U. Weber of Columbia University find that the best way to encourage environmentally friendly behavior is to emphasize the long life expectancy of a nation, not its imminent downfall.
  • – Press Releases

    Research Shows that Times Flies When You’re Counting Down

    September 25, 2013
    In a new study, Professor Vicki Morwitz and Stern alumnus Edith Shalev (PhD ’10) show that counting down (i.e., 100 to 1) while performing a task shortens the perceived duration of the task compared to counting up (i.e., 1 to 100).
  • The NYU Stern Center on Business and Human Rights brought together senior government officials from Bangladesh, local manufacturers, senior officials from the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Export Association (BGMEA), and representatives of Bangladesh civil society and workers’ organizations to discuss workplace safety and the future of the garment industry in Bangladesh.
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    New Study Reveals Secrets to Increasing Unplanned Purchases

    September 10, 2013
    In the first study of its kind, Professor Sam Hui of the NYU Stern School of Business and co-authors use in-store video tracking to observe grocery shopping from the shopper’s point-of-view. The researchers use this new data set, in conjunction with an entrance survey of purchase intentions, to study consumer behavior.
  • NYU Stern’s Citi Leadership & Ethics Program, sponsored by the Citi Foundation, has appointed Ellen Seidman, former director of the US Treasury Department’s Office of Thrift Supervision, as its 2013-2014 Citi Leadership & Ethics Distinguished Fellow.
  • In a new study, Robert Seamans, assistant professor of management and organizations at the NYU Stern School of Business, and Feng Zhu at Harvard Business School, examine the impact of Craigslist, a website providing classified-advertising services, on local US newspapers during the 2000s.
  • Professor Russ Winer, chair of NYU Stern’s Marketing Department, along with Stern PhD student Stephanie Tully, examine the willingness to pay for socially responsible products in their new paper, "Are People Willing to Pay More for Socially Responsible Products: A Meta-Analysis."
  • New York University Stern School of Business and New York University School of Law announced that Sir Mervyn King, the former head of the Bank of England, will be a distinguished visiting professor at both schools in the fall semester.
  • In celebration of the establishment of New York University’s campus in Shanghai, NYU’s Stern School of Business hosts this year’s Global Alumni Conference in Shanghai, its newest “home” city, from June 20-22, 2013.
  • 2013年6月20日—中国上海浦东。为了庆祝上海纽约大学的成立,纽约大学斯特恩商学院将于2013年6月20日至22日,在“新家”上海举办今年的全球校友会。斯特恩商学院将召集包括两名诺贝尔经济学奖得主在内的核心教职人员、亚洲地区的重要商业、城市领导参与本届校友会,并邀请全球10万校友借此机会再次相聚,相互交流,讨论当下的商业话题以及中国在全球经济中的地位。
  • New York University Stern School of Business today welcomes to its New York campus the inaugural class of the Master of Science in Business Analytics program. The MS in Business Analytics is the first accredited graduate-level program in business analytics to be offered by a leading business school. It exposes students to innovative methodologies that support data-driven decision-making, and will equip graduates with the ability to transform data into a powerful and predictive strategic asset to ultimately drive better business results.
  • Bob Pittman, CEO of Clear Channel, will be the keynote speaker for NYU Stern's 2013 Graduate Convocation. Mr. Pittman will urge graduates to challenge the status quo and welcome constant change in order to succeed in today’s digital and global business world.
  • Anindya Ghose
    In new research forthcoming in Information Systems Research, Anindya Ghose, NYU Stern Associate Professor of Information, Operations and Management Sciences and co-Director of the Center for Business Analytics, with Gordon Burtch at the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management and Sunil Wattal at Temple University’s Fox School of Business, quantifies how donors influence each other in the crowdfunding process, and finds that quick fundraising, while seemingly desirable, can have downsides.
  • Cover of TURNAROUND: Third World Lessons for First World Growth
    Peter Blair Henry, dean of New York University Stern School of Business, will share lessons from his new book, "Turnaround: Third World Lessons for First World Growth," before an audience of more than 350 undergraduate and MBA students and alumni.
  • In a new study entitled “Immunity,” NYU Stern Assistant Professor of Economics Vasiliki Skreta and her co-authors, Karthik Reddy of Harvard Law School and Moritz Schularick of the University of Bonn, examine the political immunity provisions which exist throughout much of the modern democratic world. The researchers show that the incidence of corruption soars when politicians are placed above the law, and demonstrate the mechanisms behind the phenomenon.
  • In a recent study, Professor Sam Hui of the NYU Stern School of Business and co-authors Jeffrey Inman at the University of Pittsburgh's Katz Graduate School of Business, Yanliu Huang at Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business and Jacob Suher at the University of Texas at Austin, found that mobile promotions, which persuade shoppers to travel farther within a store, can significantly increase unplanned spending.