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MSQM Faculty in the News

Mandatory time off: When taking holiday is part of the job

BBC

Professor Anat Lechner weighs in on companies enforcing mandatory time off for employees.

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Pandemic darlings try to get past “the party’s over”

Marketplace

Professor Anat Lechner is featured in this article about companies that took advantage of the momentum they gained during the lockdowns and what happened after.

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Uber, Lyft Abortion Travel Pledges Omit Most of Their Workforces

Bloomberg Law

Professor Alison Taylor is interviewed in this article: “Uber, Lyft Abortion Travel Pledges Omit Most of Their Workforces."

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Why Business Integrity Can Be a Strategic Response to Ethical Challenges

MIT Sloan Management Review

Professor Alison Taylor co-authored this op-ed about how companies should focus on breaking silos and creating strategic alignment when it comes to governance and risk.

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Disney’s business is booming—but CEO Bob Chapek is stumbling anyway and insiders worry his tough leadership style is causing too much friction

Fortune

Professor Alison Taylor is interviewed in this Fortune article about Disney's CEO Bob Chapek.

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The sustainability job market is booming. What does that mean for hiring?

GreenBiz

Sustainability jobs are booming and so is the competition. Professor Alison Taylor offers her advice.

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ESG misconceptions and why ethics are part of the equation

Climate and Capital Media

Professor Alison Taylor discusses ESG misconceptions in this insightful interview.

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How Corporate Boycotts Could Backfire

Foreign Policy

Forcing Western companies to leave Russia is not as black and white as it may seem, according to this article featuring Professor Alison Taylor.

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P&Q Ranking: Average SAT & ACT Scores At The Top Business Schools

Poets & Quants

Professor Robert Whitelaw is interviewed in this Poets&Quants article about Stern's holistic approach to admissions.

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Lessons From The Road To Super Bowl LVI For Enterprise And Markets

Forbes

Research by Professor JP Eggers is featured in this Forbes article about how we can take lessons from football and apply them to business.

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Balance of Power: Ethics of Olympic Sponsorship

Bloomberg

In this podcast, Professor Alison Taylor discusses the pressure on companies to drop their sponsorships of the Beijing Olympics.

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We're working ourselves to death. Sometimes literally. But why?

WNPR

Professor Anat Lechner discusses the looming threat of overwork and what we can do to ensure better workplace conditions.

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Small revolution: Starbucks employees vote for the first time to form a union

Handelsblatt

Professor Anat Lechner is featured in this article about Starbucks employees voting for a union for the first time, showing that employers no longer have the upper hand.

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The Rise and Role of the Chief Integrity Officer: Leadership Imperatives in an ESG-Driven World

World Economic Forum

Professor Alison Taylor co-authors a paper about leadership imperatives in an ESG-driven world.

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2021-22 CBSIG Award Winners

Consumer Behaviour Special Interest Group of the American Marketing Association

Professor and Undergraduate College Dean Emeritus Geeta Menon wins the Consumer Behaviour Special Interest Group of the American Marketing Association Lifetime Achievement Award!

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What’s New at NYU Stern’s Online Masters of Science in Quantitative Management

Accepted

Vice Dean of Online Learning and MSQM Professor Kim Corfman podcast interview: "What’s New at NYU Stern’s Online Masters of Science in Quantitative Management."

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"The pandemic has changed the balance of power" - workers in the US get more influence

Handelsblatt

Professor Anat Lechner discusses how the pandemic has changed the balance of power for workers.

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In praise of the early adopters

ITPro

Professor JP Eggers is interviewed in this article that celebrates early adopters of new technology.

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History of the Marketing Department and Its Doctoral Program—1900 to 2021

Customer Needs and Solutions

Professor and Undergraduate College Dean Emeritus Geeta Menon co-authored this research paper on the history of the marketing department and its doctoral program.

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Meet NYU Stern’s MBA Class Of 2023

Poets & Quants

Professor JP Eggers is interviewed about the recent innovations at Stern.

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Watch: NYU B-school instructor Alison Taylor on embracing a better model of employee activism

Quartz

Professor Alison Taylor discusses the ways in which employee activism is imagining a different workplace and why company leaders should be embracing this change.

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Why workers might eventually reject hybrid work

BBC

Professor Anat Lechner thinks that for some workers, the new hybrid workplace may end up more frustrating than flexible.

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Can Celebrity Endorsements Boost Covid Vaccine Uptake?

Business Because

Professor and Undergraduate College Dean Emeritus Geeta Menon agrees that using celebrity influencers can be a great way to access certain population groups.

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How workers are re-defining professional ambition

BBC

Professor Anat Lechner is interviewed in this BBC article about how our collective understanding of ambition is changing.

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87 million Americans will look at cars to buy this Labor Day Weekend

WalletHub

Professor Russell Winer is interviewed in this article about car shopping over Labor Day Weekend.

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Quantity Over Quality: The System That’s Hurting Business Schools Everywhtps://www.stern.nyu.edu/pere

Poets & Quants

Professor Russell Winer's research argues that business schools should reward faculty for the quality and creativity of their research over the quantity.

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Fighting for Women in Business with Dr. Geeta Menon

To The Max Channel

Professor and Undergraduate College Dean Emeritus Geeta Menon video interview: “Fighting for Women in Business with Dr. Geeta Menon.”

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A Wall Street Dressing Down: Always. Be. Casual.

The Wall Street Journal

Professor Alison Taylor is featured in this article about Wall Street dressing more casual than ever.

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More disclosure is not the answer to corporate diversity shortfalls

Quartz

"Making information available does not mean it will be used to change behavior," writes Professor Alison Taylor in her op-ed.

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So Many Stakeholders. How Do Companies Choose Who to Satisfy?

The Wall Street Journal

Professor Alison Taylor's op-ed about company stakeholders published in The Wall Street Journal.

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Rethinking the Research Model

The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)

Professor Professor Russell Winer co-authored this op-ed about faculty research.

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Ethics for Aesthetics with Jonathan Haidt and Alison Taylor

The Decision Lab

Professor Alison Taylor discusses the role of ethics and values in business and the changing landscape of corporate leadership.

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NYU Stern Celebrates Two Decades Of Influential Research Program

Poets & Quants

Professor Robert Whitelaw is highlighted in this article celebrating NYU Stern's influential research program.

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The Price and Quantity of Interest Rate Risk

National Bureau of Economic Research

Professor Robert Whitelaw's paper, "The Price and Quantity of Interest Rate Risk" published in the National Bureau of Economic Research.

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Web Wizard or Internet Addict? The Effects of Contextual Cues in Assessing Addiction

Journal of the Association for Consumer Research

Professor and Undergraduate College Dean Emeritus Geeta Menon's paper, “Web Wizard or Internet Addict? The Effects of Contextual Cues in Assessing Addiction” published in the Journal of the Association of Consumer Research.

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How America’s CEOs responded to the Derek Chauvin verdict

Quartz

Professor Alison Taylor's interview in Quartz: “How America’s CEOs Responded to the Derek Chauvin Verdict.”

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NYU Distinguished Teaching Awards

2020-2021 Distinguished Teaching Awards

Professor Amal Shehata earns an NYU 2020-2021 Distinguished Teaching Award.

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Faculty Research Incentives and Business School Health: A New Perspective from and for Marketing

Journal of Marketing

Professor Russell Winer's research paper, “Faculty Research Incentives and Business School Health: A New Perspective From and For Marketing,” is published in the Journal of Marketing.

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Gmail, Zoom or Slack? How to Pick a Communication Tool That Fits the Situation.

The Wall Street Journal

Professor Brian Hanssen is featured in The Wall Street Journal article about picking the right communication tool.

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Best Graduate Business Degrees of 2021

B Schools

Professor Harry Chernoff is highlighted in "Top Graduate Degrees in Business (2021)."

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Why it's wrong to look at work-life balance as an achievement

BBC

Some researchers argue that work-life balance is "a cycle, not an achievement". Read the full BBC article featuring Professor Anat Lechner.

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Jeff Bezos’s legacy, according to 11 experts

Quartz

Professor Alison Taylor's interview in Quartz: “Jeff Bezos’s Legacy, According to 11 Experts.”

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The real value of China’s stock market

Journal of Financial Economics

Professor Robert Whitelaw's research paper, “The Real Value of China’s Stock Market,” is published in the Journal of Financial Economics.

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Did Jeep Jump Too Quickly in Pulling Super Bowl Ad Starring Springsteen?

Marketing Dive

Professor and Undergraduate College Dean Emeritus Geeta Menon interview: “Did Jeep Jump Too Quickly in Pulling Super Bowl Ad Starring Springsteen?”

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After a Terrible Year, Brands Try a Serious Approach to the Super Bowl

AdWeek

Professor and Undergraduate College Dean Emeritus Geeta Menon interview: “After a Terrible Year, Brands Try a Serious Approach to the Super Bowl.”

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Professor Harry Chernoff, Professor Foster Provost, and Professor Kristen Sosulski have been named to the 2021 List of Leading Academic Data Leaders by Chief Data Officer Magazine.

Chief Data Officer Magazine

Professor Harry Chernoff, Professor Foster Provost, and Professor Kristen Sosulski have been named to the 2021 List of Leading Academic Data Leaders by Chief Data Officer Magazine.

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Vice Dean of Faculty Mor Armony has been named Department Editor of the Manufacturing and Services Operations Management (MSOM) Journal.

Manufacturing and Services Operations Management (MSOM) Journal

Vice Dean of Faculty Mor Armony has been named Department Editor of the Manufacturing and Services Operations Management (MSOM) Journal.

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Professor J.P. Eggers has been named an associate editor of Administrative Science Quarterly.

Administrative Science Quarterly

Professor JP Eggers has been named an associate editor of Administrative Science Quarterly.

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Gender and Race Preferences in Hiring in the Age of Diversity Goals: Evidence from Silicon Valley Tech Firms

SSRN

New, joint research from Professors Anindya Ghose and Panagiotis Ipeirotis study the heterogeneous effects of race and gender on hiring outcomes in the context of organizational diversity efforts.

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Hate Waiting in Line? New Research May Help Things Move Faster

The Wall Street Journal

New, joint research from Vice Dean Mor Armony is highlighted in The Wall Street Journal.

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Professor Lechner highlighted in Poets & Quants

Poets & Quants

Professor Anat Lechner is spotlighted by alumnus Eaton J. Kuh (MBA ‘20): “Favorite Professors Of The Executive MBA Class of 2020.”

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The State of the U.S. Economy

Korean Broadcasting System (KBS)

Professor Joseph Foudy was featured in a video interview on the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) where he spoke to “The State of the U.S. Economy.”

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Professor Whitelaw cited in InvestorPlace

InvestorPlace

Joint research from Professor Jennifer Carpenter and Vice Dean Robert Whitelaw is cited: “7 Chinese Stocks to Buy During Good Times and Bad.”

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When several lines are better than one

Phys.org

New, joint research from Vice Dean of Faculty Mor Armony is spotlighted: "When Several Lines are Better than One."

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Professor Sonia Marciano voted “Great Professors” by the Executive MBA DC class of August 2020.

NYU Stern

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Vice Dean Mor Armony and co-authors published in Operations Research

Operations Research

Vice Dean of Faculty Mor Armony and co-authors “Pooling Queues with Strategic Servers: The Effects of Customer Ownership”

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Professor Anat Lechner voted “Great Professor” by the Executive MBA NY class of August 2020.

NYU Stern

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KDD 2020 Honors Career Achievements in Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining

PRNewswire

Research from Professor Panagiotis Ipeirotis and Professor Foster Provost received the Test of Time Award from the Association for Computing Machinery's Special Interest Group on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining.

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Less Than 18 Months After Opening, Neiman Marcus Store Closes at Hudson Yards

Spectrum News NY 1

Professor Russell Winer shares his predictions for the future of the retail industry in New York City following the COVID-19 pandemic.

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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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