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
Drexel LeBow adjunct professor Edward Glickman answers questions about the real estate market and the wisdom of home-buying.
Data from LeBow’s School of Economics supports an argument that the Philadelphia economy would benefit from a greater focus on exporting goods.
Research by assistant professor of marketing Chen Wang is the focus of a story on how touching rough surfaces can make an individual more likely can give to charity.
Junior economics major Izzy Acton is featured in an article about Drexel LeBow students’ consulting work with the Department of Justice on the Peer 2 Peer: Building Community Trust Initiative.
A study co-authored by associate professor of economics Mark Stehr is offered as support to the argument that putting money in a commitment account that pays you back to work out may help establish healthy exercise habits.
Clinical professor of Decision Sciences Merrill Liechty helps explain how the odds of winning the Powerball jackpot have gotten even slimmer in recent years.
A paper co-authored by associate professor of marketing Daniel Korschun is cited in a story about how corporate social responsibility can inspire workers to be more motivated and positive in their customer interactions.
Based on a paper by assistant professor of marketing Chen Wang, Newsworks reports that touching a rough surface can increase feelings of empathy and the likelihood of giving to a charity.
Amol Kohli ‘11 was a Friendly’s waiter before enrolling at Drexel LeBow as a finance major. Now he returns to the business as an owner of a new franchise in Voorhees, N.J.
Associate professor of marketing Daniel Korschun comments on the brand loyalty that has customers eager for the return of Blue Bell ice cream after it was recalled following a listeria outbreak.