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.
Harvard MBA Applications Up 3.9%
May 22, 2013
Johnson's applications have seen an increase of 12% this academic year.
Skousen CAFE: Austerity vs. Stimulus: Has Krugman Won the Debate?
May 16, 2013
Robert Frank shares his thoughts about a new approach to teaching economics and having the focus be on P&L (profit & loss) rather than supply and demand.
American Taste for Cheap Clothes Fed Bangladesh Boom
May 13, 2013
Johnson's Robert Frank is quoted in an article about the downsides of outsourcing manufacturing.
Billions flow into the hottest new U.S. housing asset — rentals
April 23, 2013
Richard Marin, Clinical Professor of Management, weighs in on a former Goldman Sachs executives $1 billion investment in rental housing.
Minimum Wage: A Simple Fact Check
April 22, 2013
Johnson's Robert Frank is featured in an article relating to the increase of minimum wage.
Generosity - the only thing you need to get to the top in business
April 15, 2013
Professor Robert Frank is cited in a new book, saying that promotion decisions where only one person gets ahead leaves everyone else behind.
Games, Engagement and The Game Taint in Online Education
April 09, 2013
Professor Robert Bloomfield comments on managerial reporting.
Analyst-Ranking App Geared Toward Retail Investors
April 09, 2013
Professor Roni Michaely helps develop new analyst-ranking app.
Finance Conference Announcement
April 04, 2013
Professor G. Andrew Karolyi discusses the role of investability restrictions on size, value, and momentum in international stock returns at the 2013 FMC2 Finance Conference and Professor Maureen O'Hara attends as a member of the FMC2 Scientific Advisory Board.
Announcing the Winners of the NextBillion Case Writing Competition
April 01, 2013
Johnson's Stuart Hart was one of the judges who reviewed cases submitted for the Next Billion Case Writing Competition.
Trickle-down consumption: How rising inequality can leave everyone worse off
March 30, 2013
Professor Robert H. Frank explains his concept of “expenditure cascades" in which increased spending by the wealthy has pressured the middle class into spending beyond their means in order to keep up.
How rising inequality can leave everyone worse off
March 28, 2013
Professor Robert Frank is quoted on how the rich bid up prices on everything.
SAVE THE DATE: International Forum on BOP Markets in Latin America and Caribbean in June
March 25, 2013
Professor Stuart Hart will be a panelist on the International Forum on BOP Markets in Latin America and the Caribbean slated for June 2013.
Mixing Freedoms in a 32-Ounce Soda
March 23, 2013
Professor Robert Frank writes on New York City Mayor Bloomberg's restrictions on jumbo soft drinks.
In the Company of Givers and Takers
March 19, 2013
Johnson's Robert Frank is featured in an article pertaining to ways to get employees to become givers rather than takers.