Wharton in the News Highlights

New York Times — Referring to her research, Business and Public Policy Professor Betsey Stevenson notes marital “debates….about money are code for how we want to live our lives.” (September 10, 2008)

Wall Street Journal —Management Professor Raphael (Raffi) Amit explained how a devalued U.S. currency can help growing firms. (September 9, 2008)

Korea Times — Management Professor Mauro Guillen discussed Korea’s foreign exchange reserves. (September 2, 2008)

Computerworld — A“Careers” article highlighted research by Operations and Information Management Professor Lorin Hit that found offshore outsourcing affects IT workers at twice the rate of those in other occupations. (August 28, 2008)

Washington Post — Real Estate Professor Todd Sinai and Marketing Professor Z. John Zhang were interviewed on pricing strategies for home sellers. (August 24, 2008)

Reuters — Analysis was offered of a report co-authored by Finance Professor Franklin Allen asserting that the EU needs a “better plan to share the costs of dealing with large bank failures.” The report was presented to the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank. (August 23, 2008)

Financial Times —Management Professor Iwan Barankay’s research into “the nexus between pay, workplace friendships and workers’ productivity” was highlighted. (August 16, 2008)

New York Times — Legal Studies and Business Ethics Professor Andrea M. Matwyshyn discussed the challenge of legislation keeping pace with technology in an article entitled “Web Privacy on the Radar in Congress.” (August 10, 2008)

USA Today — Wharton School Publishing and Knowledge@Wharton were highlighted as resources to “Watch, Listen & Read.” (August 4, 2008)

CNBC — A report described how the weak dollar leads to increased international interest in U.S.-based MBA programs such as the Wharton School’s. (July 13, 2008)

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