In The Media
Professor Christopher Anderson says a merger could result in lower prices for travelers due to the airlines’ similar business models.
Associate Professor Kaitlin Woolley studied 6,000 individuals to understand what keeps people mindlessly scrolling, and how to stop.
We need this treaty, writes Johnson Professor Kaushik Basu and Binghamton University Professor Nicole Hassoun in their Fortune Magazine op-ed. It’s basic principle? If the WHO pays for a drug, it should own its intellectual property.
A study co-authored by Professor Vrinda Kadiyali finds that higher pay is positive for at least one group—customers.
“For many consumers and businesses that made the switch to digital payments, there is probably no going back, even if the pandemic-related concerns about the tactile nature of cash were to recede,” says Professor Eswar Prasad.
“Airbnb, having such a huge first-mover advantage and having so many hosts… they have a huge scale of benefits that are going to be hard to replicate,” Professor Chekitan Dev tells The Washington Post.
Fintech expert Professor Will Cong comments on Bitcoin’s value drop, an event that happened on El Salvador’s first day of using the cryptocurrency as legal tender.
“At the current stage, I don’t think we will see broad vaccine requirements by hotels,” Professor Christopher Anderson tells The New York Times.
Professor David Just tells Scientific American that the Food Labeling Modernization Act of 2021 does address a real problem “and could perhaps have a positive influence.”