Cornell’s $95K One-Year MBA In New York
July 22, 2013
Associate Dean Doug Stayman spoke with Poets & Quants about the new MBA program in NYC.
Expand Globally, Innovate Locally
July 18, 2013
Dean Soumitra Dutta wrote this Management Blog post about the Global Innovation Index for Bloomberg BusinessWeek.
Bar IQ: 6 Tips to Make Your Business Sizzle
July 01, 2013
In this article, Warren Ellish, visiting senior lecturer of marketing at Johnson, president and CEO of Denver-based Ellish Marketing Group, shares ideas for how club owners can “differentiate their business from the bars and nightclubs down the street.” Ellish, a senior marketing executive with over 30 years of client and consulting experience, is also founder of Johnson’s Marketing Executive One-on-One Coaching Program.
Gun Makers See No Problem Selling for Self-Defense and Allowing Sales to Criminals
June 28, 2013
Dana Radcliffe's op-ed on gun control in the Huffington Post.
Exchanges Agree to Add Smaller Trades to U.S. Stock Volume Count
June 25, 2013
Professor Maureen O'Hara is featured in an article relating to adding smaller trades to US stock count.
Americans hate their jobs and even perks don't help
June 24, 2013
Randy Allen is featured in an article relating to current job satisfaction reaching an all-time low even if additional perks are introduced.
Obamacare in Sweden
June 19, 2013
Robert Frank shares his views on Obamacare and states how a similar system in Sweden has been successful.
Administrative Science Quarterly article garners recognition from the Academy of Management
June 14, 2013
A paper published in Johnson’s top-tier journal of organizational behavior and theory wins the Outstanding Publication in Organizational Behavior Award.
A New Angle on the Impact of Quantitative Easing on Interest Rates
June 14, 2013
A paper by Johnson’s Professor Robert Jarrow and PhD candidate Hao Li won the best paper award at 2013 Fixed Income Conference.
LightIn TheBox: Chinese IPO Still Doing Good!
June 11, 2013
Andrew Karolyi is featured in an article about Initial Public Offerings (IPO), stating the reason for the US's IPO lag is due to overseas growth.
Study Finds Nearly 75% of Repair Shops Fail Basic Tests of Honesty and Competence
June 05, 2013
Henry Schneider, Assistant Professor of Economics at Johnson published a paper entitled "Agency Problems and Reputation in Expert Services: Evidence from Auto Repair," detailing his findings about unscrupulous repair people.
Profs in the Cloud
May 29, 2013
Robert Frank shares his thoughts about on-line learning.