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Online M.S. in Quantitative Management

Online Master of Science in Quantitative Management

MSQM Faculty in the News

NYU Stern To Launch New Degree Focused On Business, Technology & Entrepreneurship

Poets & Quants

Dean Raghu Sundaram, Vice Dean Robert Whitelaw, and Academic Director Ashish Bhatia discuss Stern’s new, integrated BS in Business, Technology and Entrepreneurship program for undergraduate business students in a feature story.

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When a Brand Stands up for Racial Justice, Do People Buy It?

Harvard Business Review

In a co-authored op-ed, Professor Geeta Menon discusses brand authenticity and presents a framework to help companies understand how authentic their brand actions will appear to consumers.

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Data Visualization with Kristen Sosulski

The Local Maximum

In a podcast interview, Professor Kristen Sosulski discusses principles of data visualization and highlights common approaches and pitfalls.

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The Future Workplace

MetroFocus

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.

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When More Information Leads to More Uncertainty

Harvard Business Review

In a co-authored op-ed, Professor and Undergraduate College Dean Emeritus Geeta Menon and alumna Ellie J. Kyung (PhD '10) offer solutions to help mitigate the effects of informational uncertainty.

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Retails stores look for news landscapes to reopen

CGTN

In a video interview Professor Russell Winer discusses precautions retail businesses are taking to ensure safe social distancing practices are maintained and how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting small business

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Will we have a 4-day work week anytime soon?

CGTN

In a video interview Professor Anat Lechner notes that workers have proven to be productive in non-traditional remote setups amid the coronavirus crisis.

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Covid-19: Lessons from Hurricanes about Reopening the Economy

NYU Stern Brief

Professor JP Eggers and Professor Zur Shapira co-author a brief about managing organizations in a time of crisis.

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Cleaning service businesses in flux amidst COVID-19

Pix11

Professor Joseph Foudy comments in a story that examines the challenges cleaning service businesses are facing in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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How Coronavirus Has Impacted Part-Time MBA Programs

Poets & Quants

In a trend story on part-time MBA programs, Vice Dean of MBA Programs JP Eggers explains how the flexibility built into the Langone Part-time MBA program supported a rapid pivot to online classes, citing the online Master of Science in Quantitative Management program as a model for the transition; the School's “Faculty Insights: Covid-19 and NYC” video seminar series is spotlighted.

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J. Crew goes bankrupt as pandemic rapidly accelerates changes to world of retail

Pix11

Professor Russell Winer speaks to why he believes the COVID-19 pandemic has served as an accelerant for exposing vulnerable companies.

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Auto suppliers see spike in probability of default during COVID-19 pandemic

S&P Global

Professor Joseph Foudy explains why auto suppliers may see a spike in probability of default during COVID-19 pandemic.

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Dave & Buster’s ‘Going Concern’ Warning Signals Wave to Come

Bloomberg Law

Professor Amal Shehata explains how companies are using cash flow models to try and predict the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Newly Unemployed, and Labeling Photos for Pennies

WIRED

Professor Panos Ipeirotis' research on Mechanical Turk is mentioned.

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Probability of default jumps for automakers as COVID-19 hits production, sales

S&P Global

Professor Joseph Foudy is quoted in a story examining the probability of default jumps for automakers as the COVID-19 pandemic impacts production.

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Ten Biggest Surprises In U.S. News 2020 MBA Ranking

Poets & Quants

Poets & Quants spotlights Stern for ranking #10 in U.S. News' "2021 Best Graduate Schools" and #2 in salaries, with Vice Dean of MBA Programs Raghu Sundaram and Vice Dean of MBA Programs J.P. Eggers noting that the School is uniquely positioned to be nimble in an ever-changing market.

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Companies Might Send Millions of Employees to Work From Home. Is That Such a Bad Thing?

Adweek

Professor Anat Lechner notes that crises often give rise to innovation and capacity.

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'Fixing health care' is a disservice to society

The Hill

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

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Coronavirus could cost Apple billions in missed sales, analysts say

Yahoo! News

Professor Joseph Foudy explores Apple's supply chain disruptions in China and how it will impact the company's earnings.

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Column: Would you write a 5-star Amazon review in return for a $20 bribe?

Los Angeles Times

Professor Russell Winer warns that some Amazon customer reviews are susceptible to manipulation and bias.

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Recapping Davos 2020

CGTN

Professor Joseph Foudy recaps the key issues facing global leaders at the 2020 World Economic Forum

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US-China Trade: Joseph Foudy, New York University

TRT World Now

In a live interview, Professor Joseph Foudy shares his thoughts on how the "phase one" trade deal between the U.S. and China will impact American consumers.

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10 Business Schools to Watch in 2020

Poets & Quants

Stern is named among P&Q's "10 Business Schools To Watch In 2020" — a select group that is “staking out bold positions, defying convention, creating new markets and expanding possibilities”; Dean Raghu Sundaram and Vice Dean of MBA Programs J.P. Eggers are quoted, and Stern’s Change:Studio is cited.

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Voya

Voya

Stern Professor Kathleen DeRose has been named to the Voya Financial Board of Directors.

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Soros CIO Puts Conservative Stamp on Fund Built With Bold Bets

Bloomberg Businessweek

Professor Anat Lechner weighs in on the challenges associated with a company undergoing a cultural transformation.

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African Women's Artisan Congress and Dar Maalma Expo

African Women's Artisan Congress and Dar Maalma Expo

Stern Professor Susan Stehlik and Adjunct Professor Aline Wolff presented at the 2nd Annual African Women's Artisan Congress and Dar

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Real-Estate Brokerage Compass Buys AI Startup Detectica

The Wall Street Journal

Professors Panos Ipeirotis and Foster Provost are highlighted in a feature story on their artificial intelligence (AI) startup Detectica.

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I Found Work on an Amazon Website. I Made 97 Cents an Hour.

The New York Times

Professor Panos Ipeirotis is referenced for his research into the demographics of Amazon Mechanical Turk.

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Alumna Gives $5 Million Gift to NYU Stern to Support Women in Business

TopMBA

Dean Raghu Sundaram and Senior Associate Dean for MBA & Graduate Programs Paula Steisel Goldfarb are quoted in a story highlighting a $5 million gift to Stern by Elizabeth Elting (MBA '92) to support the advancement of women in business and to provide seed capital to women-led businesses in association with the School’s Endless Frontier Labs (EFL).

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Why Investors Might Want to Bet on Humble CEOs

The Wall Street Journal

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.

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The Helpful Upside of Office Personality Tests

BBC

Professor Susan Stehlik comments on the usefulness of personality tests in the workplace.

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These millennials were so burned out, they’re building a startup to combat burnout

Quartz

Professor Anat Lechner is quoted in an article on Pattern, a startup designed to combat workplace burnout.

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It is unreasonable for the US to list China as a "currency manipulator"

Xinhua News Agency

Professor Joseph Foudy offers his perspective on the US Treasury's designation of China as a "currency manipulator.

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Donald Trump, meet Elon Musk: In terms of leadership turnover, the White House looks a lot like Tesla

Business Insider

Professor Anat Lechner discusses the consequences of high rates of turnover in an organization.

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How Leaders Can Balance Confidence and Humility

HR People + Strategy

In a joint op-ed, Professor Elizabeth Morrison offers advice for leaders to balance confidence and humility.

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The 5 leadership strategies Trump needs to employ in order to win the G20 negotiations

Business Insider

Professor Susan Stehlik shares insights for how world leaders can effectively use communication strategies at the G20 Summit.

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I Do Not Need Feedback! Or Do I? Self Efficacy, Perspective Taking, and Feedback Seeking

Applied Psychology

Professor Morrison and co-author, Elad N. Sherf, explored the personal and interpersonal dynamics of feedback seeking.

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Footwear companies including Nike, Adidas urge Trump to stop tariffs

CGTN America

Professor Joseph Foudy explains how higher tariffs may threaten business operations in China.

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The Tyranny of Workplace Food-Shamers

The Atlantic

Professor Anat Lechner offers insights on body and food-shaming in the workplace.

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