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Our faculty are recognized for their insightful analyses and their ability to push the frontier of thought within their respective academic disciplines and professions. Explore research published by Kellogg Faculty and featured in top-tier peer reviewed journals.
DATE PUBLICATION TITLE FACULTY
July 02, 2020 Crain’s Chicago Business Why corporate Chicago isn’t leading the Facebook boycott charge Brayden King
June 30, 2020 Forbes Startup culture geography: what’s changing? Sara Moreira
June 30, 2020 Forbes Why Data Analytics’ Small ‘Aha’ Moments Can Have A Big Impact Joel K. Shapiro
June 30, 2020 The Atlantic Pandemics Leave Us Forever Altered Craig Garthwaite
June 29, 2020 NPR Remdesivir Priced At More Than $3,100 For A Course Of Treatment Craig Garthwaite
June 28, 2020 Forbes 15 Minutes of Storytelling Could Boost Productivity By 23% Esther Choy
June 26, 2020 Forbes India When do we identify with the bad guy? Derek D. Rucker
June 26, 2020 Forbes Forget Bitcoin – Skills Are They Currency of the Future Lauren Rivera
June 26, 2020 Crain’s Chicago Business Illinois' dominant insurer isn't sharing COVID-related savings with customers Amanda Starc
June 25, 2020 Fast Company Stimulus check 2 update: The latest news on second payments Scott R. Baker
June 23, 2020 USA Today Boycotting Facebook: Eddie Bauer, Ben & Jerry’s and other companies join campaign to halt ads Brayden King
June 22, 2020 The Hill Are you Angry with the Fed? You should be Thomas Lys
June 22, 2020 Stanford Social Innovation Review Q&A Roundtable: The Future of Impact Megan Kashner
June 19, 2020 Project Syndicate Hard Data for Hard Choices Dean Karlan
June 19, 2020 Marketplace More companies offer a paid day off for Juneteenth Nicholas Pearce
June 19, 2020 Business Insider 10 books on race and leadership MBA professors at top schools like Stanford, Harvard, and Kellogg are recommending to incoming students Nicholas Pearce, Bernie Banks
June 18, 2020 The Wall Street Journal Eddie the Repo Man Has Time on His Hands: What Happens When Your Debt Is Suspended Efraim Benmelech
June 18, 2020 Poets&Quants Favorite MBA Professors of the Class of 2020 Kent Grayson
June 18, 2020 CNN.com The Great Recession was especially bad for older workers. The pandemic could be even worse Benjamin Harris
June 17, 2020 Institutional Investor UN PRI Revamps Reporting Rules to Focus on ‘Real-World’ Outcomes Aaron Yoon

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