LeBow College of Business faculty are highly sought after experts in their fields of study and often contacted by the media to comment on business-related issues in the news. Topics typically include the economy, corporate governance and finance. Below is a sampling of media placements.
LeBow in the News
As officials in Quebec consider a mandatory bicycle helmet law, research by Drexel LeBow assistant professor of economics Mark Stehr suggests that such laws may limit youth participation in cycling.
Eliezer Fich, associate professor of finance at Drexel LeBow, and his coauthors examine the effects of SEC Rule 10b5-1 on the gains that CEOs earn when they sell large blocks of stock.
Assistant professor of marketing Elea Feit comments on areas where retailers are using smart customer analytics and how they can still improve.
The upcoming release of Drexel LeBow associate professor of marketing Daniel Korschun’s book about the Market Basket uprising is covered in the New Hampshire Union Leader.
LeBow economics professor Teresa Harrison comments on the economic value of community centers to the neighborhoods they serve.
LeBow marketing professor Daniel Korschun discusses the turmoil surrounding the ouster of a beloved CEO at the Market Basket grocery chain.
Vibhas Madan, director of LeBow’s School of Economics, comments on the delays in funding and implementing rail safety measures after the tragic Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia.
Joshua Kohler ’15, a former Dragon Fund analyst, took first in the “Short Alpha” category of the 2015 Institutional Investor Student Analyst Competition.
Drexel LeBow undergraduate Spiro Nanakos placed second out of over 2,000 competitors in the annual Institutional Investor Student Analyst Competition.
LeBow marketing professor and Center for Corporate Reputation Management fellow, Daniel Korschun is quoted in a story about the recall of all Blue Bell ice cream due to listeria contamination.