Over the last few years, our faculty have made numerous media appearances to discuss various aspects of their scholarship. Here's a brief sampling:
Discussing Our Innovative Classes and Curriculum
Dean Bruce Magid (above) is profiled on his finance background and interviewed about Brandeis IBS' global focus
Associate Professor Andrew Molinsky (above) talks about his unique cross-cultural business course and his multimedia-richclassroom project.
Professor Ben Gomes-Casseres (above) discusses Brandeis’ Global Green MBA
Senior Lecturers John Ballantine and Brenda Anderson (above) discuss the school’s MSF program.
Assistant Professor Brad Morrison talks about how he incorporates game simulators into his courses.
Assistant Professor Preeta Banerjee discusses the benefits of video games from a business perspective.
Discussing Issues in the Global Economy
Prof. Catherine Mann pens op-ed piece, explaining the affects of the euro crisis on US exports, exchange rates, and financial markets.
Adjunct Professor Warren Leon co-authored an article discussing the impact of renewable energy on electricity prices.
Senior Lecturer Can Erbil discusses spotlighting Turkey's economy beyond the BRICS and MISTS to the big league.
Professor Catherine Mann (above) appears in a variety of news segments
Dean Bruce Magid pens an op-ed about the importance of Massachusetts establishing global relationships
Professor Catherine Mann, Senior Lecturer John Ballantine and Associate Professor Alfonso Canella (above) discuss the role of government intervention in housing markets
Professor Catherine Mann talks about the outsourcing of tech jobs
Professor Peter Petri (above) speaks on the issue of the Chinese economy
Professor Blake LeBaron (above) talks about the 200-day moving average's ability to predict the stock market
Professor Catherine Mann talks about how the Federal Reserve ought to give up their job growth target
Associate Professor Andrew Molinsky discusses tips to be culturally fluent in a global economy
Professor Catherine Mann talks about China’s effect on U.S. unemployment
Discussing Our Cutting-Edge Research
Associate Professor Carol Osler (above) explores how round numbers affect our willingness to invest in currency markets
Associate Professor Sandra Cha was profiled as Professor of the Week in the Financial Times for her organizational behavior research on leadership within the context of demographic differences and shared values.
Associate Professor George J. Hall (above) is cited for his work on the relationship between inflation and debt
Professor Kathryn Graddy's (above) study about the investment potential of violins is profiled
Professor Catherine Mann discusses small-business bank credit and how technology has allowed these businesses to launch on a shoestring budget and grow more efficiently.
Professors Kathryn Graddy and George Hall are cited for their study on race and pricing patterns in fish markets
Associate Professor Carol Osler is cited for her research at the N.Y. Federal Reserve about heads-and-shoulders trading in individual equities
Professor Blake LeBaron discusses high-frequency trading
Assistant Professor Jens Hilscher's research on credit ratings and credit risk is featured in the Economist