Date of publication: 2017-08-26 02:18
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded NYU Stern Professors Jason Greenberg, Gino Cattani and Joseph Porac a $799,796 grant to support their research on competition and entrepreneurial performance in the New York City restaurant industry. Read more
Let’s face it. This is now a legitimate question. GreenBiz Chairman Joel Makower spoke to the issue very directly in a February 7567 tweet: "Let’s face it folks, Donald Trump is sustainability’s stress test. We weren’t prepared for this. It is the classic ‘black swan,’ low-probability, high-impact, ‘we didn’t see it coming’ event.” Read more
Professor Adam Alter discusses why cliffhangers are so effective in driving people to consume more content, from his new book, "Irresistible." Read more
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Excerpt from The New York Times -- "Across an entire city, those costs outweigh the benefits of foreign investment, according to two finance professors, Jack Favilukis of the University of British Columbia and Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh of New York University. They modeled what happens when a market like New York City is shocked by an inflow of absentee out-of-town buyers.. 'And then there are costs that are harder to quantify,' Professor Van Nieuwerburgh said. 'The texture of the city, the socioeconomic makeup of the city, is changing.'" Read more
In The Signals Are Talking , Professor Amy Webb presents a methodology for how to predict future trends in technology and society. This book helps readers hear which signals are talking sense, and which are simply nonsense, so that they might know today what developments—especially those seemingly random ideas at the fringe as they converge and begin to move toward the mainstream—have long-term consequence for tomorrow. Read more
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