Kellogg World Alumni Magazine Winter 2009

Faculty In the Media

Kellogg School professors offer their expertise on a variety of topics, from finance and marketing to strategy and economics. Some recent media stories involving Kellogg professors include:

Microfinance Insights: "The Goose that Laid the Golden Egg: Can Microfinance Fulfill its Promise?" In this Jan. 1 interview, Senior Lecturer of Finance Paul Christensen dispels myths about microfinance.

BizEd: "Spotlight: For the Sport of It." Senior Lecturer of Marketing Richard Honack comments Jan. 1 on the global expansion of sports leagues. The article also mentions Kellogg student Usman Shuja '10 and his involvement with the Kellogg Cricket Club and the U.S. National Cricket team.

Wall Street Journal: "Triggering a Victory on Health Bill." This Nov. 25 article highlights research by Assistant Professor of Management & Strategy Leemore S. Dafny on competition in health insurance markets.

  Steven Rogers
  Derek Rucker
  Yael Hochberg
  Sunil Chopra
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Ebony: "The Ebony Power 150." Gordon and Llura Gund Family Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurship Steven Rogers is listed Dec. 1 as a leading African-American scholar.

ABC News: "Social Networking Brings New Rules at Work." Brian Uzzi, the Richard L. Thomas Professor of Leadership and Organizational Change, comments Jan. 21 on social networking in the workplace.

Associated Press: "ETFs: The Next Step for Average Investors." This Jan. 22 article quotes Robert Korajczyk, the Harry G. Guthmann Professor of Finance, on exchange-traded funds: "The main advantage for a long-term investor is that they're much more tax-efficient than a mutual fund."

Financial Times: "Something for the Weekend." This Dec. 18 article profiled a study by Associate Professor of Marketing Derek Rucker on advertising and the matching of messages with consumers' emotions.

Globes (Israel): "Against New Standard Class, Venture Capital Version." This Dec. 16 article highlighted research co-authored by Assistant Professor of Finance Yael Hochberg on the barriers and competitive supply of venture capital.

The Economist: "The Psychology of Power." This Jan. 21 article profiled a study by Adam Galinsky, the Morris and Alice Kaplan Professor of Ethics and Decision in Management, on the moral hypocrisy of powerful people. The study, "Power Increases Hypocrisy: Moralizing in Reasoning, Immunity and Behavior," will appear in a forthcoming issue of Psychological Science.

Wall Street Journal (Real Time Economics blog): "High Gas Prices, Recession Were One-Two Punch for Car Makers." This Dec. 18 blog entry featured a study co-authored by Associate Professor of Management & Strategy Meghan Busse and John L. and Helen Kellogg Professor of Marketing Florian Zettelmeyer on the impact gas prices and fuel efficiency have on consumers as they choose between used and new cars.

Expansión (Mexico): "MBA, un Arma Para Ser Más Rentable." On Nov. 17, Interim Dean Sunil Chopra discussed how the Kellogg School provides students with a global perspective and competitive edge.

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