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PBS

“Sight: The Story of Vision,” October 16, 2016. Vice Dean for Education and Professor Kevin Frick, who has analyzed cost effectiveness in ophthalmology and other fields, appeared in this documentary broadcast on the national public television network.


THE ECONOMIST

“Kraken Investment Case Study,” November 2016. The “Which MBA?” blog of The Economist looked at the Carey Business School’s entry in a case competition that weighed the investment potential of Bitcoin and Ethereum.


ENTREPRENEUR

“4 Ways Effective Leaders Deal With Incompetent People,” November 10, 2016. Associate Professor Brian Gunia’s research on the ironic benefits of employee misconduct was cited in this article.


THE BALTIMORE SUN

“With mortgage rates up, Trump already makes a mark on housing market,” November 26, 2016. Associate Professor Alessandro Rebuccci was quoted in this Sun analysis of the home mortgage business in the first few weeks after the election of Donald Trump


WORKPLACE INSIGHT

“Global lack of female leadership, despite benefits to companies’ performance,” January 9, 2017. This article from a U.K.-based news outlet about the design and management of workplaces reported on Associate Professor Mario Macis’s study showing that lower pay for women and their underrepresentation in leadership positions are global trends.


XINHUA

“World 1st Blockchain for Sustainable Development Goals Alliance established in Washington DC,” January 23, 2017. Carey Business School MS in Finance candidate Rituparna Ghosh co-wrote this commentary on blockchain technology for the official press agency of the People’s Republic of China.


FAST COMPANY

“How Constraints Force Your Brain to Be More Creative,” February 7, 2017. Fast Company published an excerpt from the new Harper Business book Stretch: Unlock the Power of Less – and Achieve More Than You Ever Imagined, by Scott Sonenshein, which cites Associate Professor Meng Zhu’s research on how scarcity can spur creativity.


THE BALTIMORE SUN

“Tax preparers have job pride, if not credentials,” April 8, 2017. Assistant Professor Roman Galperin wrote in an op-ed that most tax preparers are up to the job, even if they lack nationally recognized professional credentials.


KNOWLEDGE@WHARTON

“Has the ‘Dream Run’ for Indian IT Ended?” April 14, 2017. Associate Professor Ravi Aron was among the experts quoted in this report on the apparently declining fortunes of India’s information technology industry.

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