Over the last several weeks, NYU Stern faculty have been featured for their research and perspectives on a variety of subjects, ranging from growth in the eurozone to social media at NYFW, in prominent outlets such as The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.

To follow NYU Stern’s media coverage and faculty research in real-time, follow @nyustern on Twitter, like “NYU Stern School of Business” on Facebook, or visit the Newsroom site at http:// www.stern.nyu.edu/newsroom. The latest faculty research highlights can also be found at http:// www.stern.nyu.edu/experience-stern/facultyresearch.

Financial Times – February 16, 2016

Professor Johannes Stroebel discusses his research on the impact of reduced lending costs on the economy.

OZY – February 15, 2016

Professor Arun Sundararajan discusses the legal challenges that companies face in the sharing economy.

Channel News Asia – February 12, 2016

Professor Lawrence White comments on the increasing price of cocoa and its impact on chocolate prices in the United States.

The New York Times – February 12, 2016

Professor Thomas Cooley comments on the impact of slow economic growth in the eurozone.

The Wall Street Journal – February 12, 2016

Professor Karen Brenner comments on mandatory retirement ages for corporate boards.

The Hill – February 11, 2016

Professor Jeanne Calderon‘s testimony at a House Judiciary Committee hearing on the EB-5 investor program is highlighted.

The New York Times – February 11, 2016

Professor Scott Galloway discusses how social media has influenced some designers to abandon traditional runway presentations at New York Fashion Week.

The Wall Street Journal – February 11, 2016

Professor Adam Alter explains how the wording of luxury real estate listings can impact sales.

Bloomberg – February 10, 2016

Professor Luke Williams argues that Twitter needs to build a culture of innovation in order to thrive.

Financial Times – February 9, 2016

Professor Aswath Damodaran comments on the shift in focus from raising money to earning money among Indian start-up companies.

Marketplace – February 9, 2016

Professor Nicholas Economides explains why Indian regulators preserved net neutrality by rejecting Facebook’s “Free Basics” program.

The Washington Post – February 9, 2016

Professor Russell Winer explains why Taco Bell is marketing to a young demographic.

Yahoo Finance – February 9, 2016

Professor Roy Smith discusses Bernie Sanders’ proposal to break up big banks.

BuzzFeed News – February 5, 2016

Professor Priya Raghubir shares her views on the ongoing class-action lawsuits against retailers for deceptive pricing tactics.

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