How we define success
Management professor Joe Holt was a featured guest on WVPE, speaking about how success is defined and its relationship to happiness and fulfillment.
Private equity funds, sensing profit in tumult, are propping up oil
Finance professor Sophie Shive was interviewed by the New York Times about the investment in the energy sector by secretive private equity groups.
New York Times
What the USPS’s future could mean for your holiday gifts
News Nation interviewed management professor James O'Rourke about the likelihood of higher prices and a slowdown at the USPS for the holiday season.
From paints to plastics, a chemical shortage ignites prices
Supply chain expert and management professor Kaitlin Wowak was quoted in an AP piece about the continued supply chain issues stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown.
AI in admissions can reduce or reinforce biases
Tech ethics expert and professor at Mendoza College of Business Kirsten Martin was interviewed by Diverse Education in Higher Education about AI's potential power to close equity gaps or augment them, depending on how the tools are used.
Diverse Issues in Higher Education
Delta will hike insurance premiums and limit sick pay for unvaccinated employees
CNN interviewed management professor Joe Holt in a piece about Delta Airlines new policy to penalize unvaccinated employees by raising health insurance premiums and limiting sick time for COVID-19 cases, and mandating masks indoors and weekly testing. "It seems more likely that a big stick will motivate employees more than small carrots will," Holt said.
Women in finance need to be aware of negotiation approaches
Management professor Joe Holt was interviewed by Traders Magazine for an article about negotiation options for women in the finance world.
Active vs passive: 2 reasons why active wins
Live Wire covered ground-breaking research by finance professor and Dean of Mendoza College of Business Martijn Cremers which showed that only the most distinct and most patient funds go on to meaningfully outperform the stock market over very long periods.
Why bond funds may be riskier than they seem
A Financial Times opinion piece examines research by finance professor Huaizhi Chen which found that almost a third of supposedly safe US bond funds are actually riskier than their classification would imply.
Politics: The minders and Mandarins of capitalism
The Wall Street Journal reviewed management professor Jim Otteson's book “Seven Deadly Economic Sins," calling it a fine effort to introduce readers to the basic principles of market economics."
Wall Street Journal