03/04/16 – Marketplace
If new legislation in West Virginia passes, the state could become home to massive hospital monopolies. Article quotes Professor Leemore Dafny, who says, “This legislation is a marker. It’s the start of providers digging in and trying to protect themselves from laws that are designed to protect us, the end consumer.”
03/04/16 – Council of Nonprofits
Brian Pinero shares his experience in Allstate's Greater Good Nonprofit Leaders program at Kellogg.
03/01/16 – Fortune
Article by Professor Harry Kraemer discusses how values-based leadership includes taking time to understand the multiple perspectives surrounding any issue. In the case of Apple, it appears CEO Tim Cook is trying to determine the right actions for his company and its customers.
02/18/16 – The Chronicle of Philanthropy
Article profiles the Allstate Foundation’s Greater Good Nonprofit Leaders Program, which includes nine months of in-person instruction at Kellogg, one-on-one executive coaching, and $5,000 in discretionary money for complementary professional development purposes.
02/16/16 – The Wall Street Journal
Quotes Professor Tim Calkins, who said, “Direct-to-patient marketing really grew up promoting drugs that had very broad patient populations. Now that is all shifting and we’re seeing ads run for very specialized products.”
Professor Joel Shalowitz is interviewed
02/09/16 – WBEZ
Professor Joel Shalowitz is interviewed about why an increasing number of people in Illinois are getting health insurance coverage.
02/04/16 – Bloomberg View
Article cites research by Professor Leemore Dafny that suggests the typical American with employer-sponsored (and employer-selected) insurance would be willing to give up 16 percent of her employer’s subsidy for coverage in return for the chance to use the subsidy toward a plan of her choosing. Also appeared in Chicago Tribune.
02/01/16 – New awardees to meet with past scholars during Reunion weekendFull Story
01/27/16 – Prudential
Q&A with Professor Leemore Dafny about the biggest challenges facing the U.S. hospital industry today and the business model changes happening as a result.
01/05/16 – The New York Times
Article cites a study by Professor David Dranove that found that medical bankruptcy was largely a problem of the uninsured. “But with more people buying less generous health insurance, I think the old evidence might no longer be relevant,” he said.
12/23/15 – Poets & Quants
Article recognizes Professor Craig Garthwaite as one of P&Q’s favorite b-school professors of 2015. “Professor Garthwaite’s class is grounded in taking core economic principles and using them to analyze business decisions that we’re reading about in the Wall Street Journal today and experiencing firsthand in our day to day lives,” one student writes.
12/01/15 – Kellogg alumni and student turn polluted brownfields into profitable farmsFull Story
11/19/15 – Marketplace
UnitedHealth Group announced it projects to lose $425 million selling plans on the Affordable Care Act exchanges and is considering pulling out of those markets. Professor Leemore Dafny is quoted saying UnitedHealth may not be a tell-tale sign of all insurers' actions.
11/10/15 – First-ever Kellogg on Growth Forum brings together faculty, students and business leaders to discuss ways to inspire growth Full Story
11/04/15 – Amit Bouri ’07 discusses the challenges and opportunities within impact investingFull Story
11/04/15 – The Wall Street Journal
Article reports on b-schools teaching the topic of income inequality, quoting Professor David Besanko on his course, Public Economics for Business Leaders: Federal Policy. Article also quotes Kellogg alumnus Dan Kahn, who wrote a case study following his time in Besanko’s class.