Faculty podcast series
In August 2008, the Johnson School unveiled a new faculty Web site and with it, a faculty experts podcast series. Each month, a faculty member is interviewed on his or her research, teaching philosophy, experiences at the Johnson School, and career journey. Oftentimes, the faculty member addresses timely, topical questions, as when Robert Jarrow talked about the root causes of the subprime mortgage crisis. Jarrow is the Ronald P. and Susan E. Lynch Professor of Investment Management and professor of finance and economics at the Johnson School, and a leading researcher in derivatives pricing and credit risk modeling.
You can get the flavor of the monthly interview by viewing a short video on the faculty home page. The entire interview is available online for listening, and as a downloadable audio file, while video clips are hosted by eClips, Cornell's premiere video clip collection.
Faculty whose interviews are available now or will be in the coming months include Mark Milstein, director of the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise and lecturer of strategy, innovation, and sustainable global enterprise; Robert H. Frank, the Henrietta Johnson Louis Professor of Management and professor of economics, and a regular columnist for the New York Times; Yaniv Grinstein, associate professor of finance and an expert in executive compensation; and Michael Waldman, Charles H. Dyson Professor of Management and professor of economics, and co-author of a study on autism.
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