Mandatory Gun Insurance: Idea Whose Time Has Finally Come?
February 02, 2013
Professor Robert Frank discusses the effects of the establishment of mandatory gun insurance.
The capital of inequality
January 24, 2013
Johnson's Robert Frank discusses how the level of inequality in income adversely affects commuting times. The wealthy push up home prices forcing the middle class to seek housing in outlying areas which results in more commuters.
Fighting Climate Change Could Come at a High Price
January 23, 2013
Professor Robert Frank discusses how a slow economy may not be the best time to implement legislation on climate change
How Merger Announcements Affect Stock Price
January 16, 2013
Johnson Finance Professor Murillo Campello is featured in Bloomberg's proprietary Mergers brief, in a piece on recent analysis that indicates corporate stocks are rising, on merger announcements.
Carbon Taxes Provoke Debate on Economic Impact
January 11, 2013
Professor Robert Frank's op-ed article on carbon taxes is mentioned
How much is enough to make a banker happy?
January 06, 2013
Johnson's Robert Frank describes how individuals in an attempt to keep up with the Joneses can end up in an expenditure cascade.
Heads, You Win. Tails, You Win, Too.
January 05, 2013
Professor Robert Frank's Economic View column on Pigovian taxes
Should Gun Owners Have To Buy Liability Insurance?
January 02, 2013
Robert Frank weighs in on whether or not gun owners should be required to carry liability insurance.
List price: What's your lucky number? - MSN Real Estate
December 31, 2012
Johnson's Manoj Thomas discusses the use of a subconscious strategy that sellers use when pricing their properties.
5 fiscal-cliff effects on your wallet
December 28, 2012
Randy Allen discusses how worries about the fiscal cliff contributed to dismal holiday sales.
Retailers wont rest until after returns and gift card surge is over
December 26, 2012
Johnson's Randy Allen estimates that 10-15% of total holiday sales are a direct result of returns and exchanges.
The Agenda Never Sleeps (Or So It Would Seem)
December 04, 2012
Robert Frank participated in an Inside Agenda blog and discussed the Darwin Economy.
Paying for It
December 03, 2012
Robert Frank is mentioned in an article discussing the value of enacting a carbon tax.
Is Poker a Good Metaphor for Business? | Inc.com
November 29, 2012
J. Edward Russo co-authored an article that studies the validity of poker as a critical thinking tool in relation to teaching business skills.
Cashing In On Clicks: Retailers Ramp Up Promotions for Cyber Monday Sales
November 26, 2012
Johnson's Randy Allen discusses retailers ramping up their deals in preparation for Cyber Monday.
Trade Off to a One-Year MBA
November 26, 2012
Risa Mish, faculty director for the Accelerated MBA Program, talks to the Graduate Management Admission Council about how Johnson builds and strengthens its one-year MBA.
Fresh approach on government in US
November 21, 2012
Robert Frank is mentioned in an article about creating a fresh approach to government and the possibility of new jobs relating to the renewal of our infrastructure being a good option.
YOUR MONEY: Behind the Black Friday hot toy lists
November 20, 2012
Johnson's Randy Allen discusses the difficult decisions parents are forced to make when purchasing toys for their children for the holidays.
Odd lot orders to be added to US stock data feed
November 20, 2012
Maureen O'Hara from Johnson discusses odd lot orders being added to US stock data feed.
Reed considers allowing tax hike for wealthy
November 19, 2012
Johnson's Robert Frank responds to Reed's consideration of a tax hike for the wealthy.
The Cost of Deceptive Politics
November 14, 2012
Dana Radcliffe, Day Family Senior Lecturer of Business Ethics, writes for the Huffington Posts new TEDWeekends series. This week's topic: lying.
Heard Off the Street: When vote per share is just not fair
November 11, 2012
Johnson finance professor Andrew Karolyi talks about the problems that occur, when a company has multiple classes of stock.
Do You Feel Lucky?
November 08, 2012
Johnson's Manoj Thomas discusses his findings of pricing psychology in relation to real estate purchases.
New Danger From Sandy: Scams
November 02, 2012
Johnson's Randy Allen is featured in an article warning consumers to beware of scams in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
The Presidential Politics Game: Why Honesty Can't Win
October 30, 2012
Dana Radcliffe, the Day Family Senior Lecturer in Business Ethics, writes in the Huffington Post about how the presidential candidates take liberties with facts, and ways to increase honesty in presidential politics.