Communications

Media Mentions

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

AI Meets Data Access Governance

via The Data Administration Newsletter

The Data Administration Newsletter, published by Robert S. Seiner, cited 2021 research by LeBow’s Center for Business Analytics and data integrity company Precisely in a discussion of the value of data and the importance of data governance policy.

Raj Gupta: "Incremental Is Not Going To Work"

via Corporate Board Member

He shares his views on the forces affecting businesses and their leaders, focusing on four key areas: information, strategy, risk mitigation and trust.

After apology, what's Aaron Rodgers' future with sponsors, endorsements?

via USA Today

Cozen Research Scholar and department head of marketing Daniel Korschun commented on the impact that Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers misleading his team and the public about his vaccination against COVID-19 will have on his brand, reputation and commercial endorsements.

Esports responds to the economic downturn

via DigiDay

Assistant Clinical Professor of Sport Business and Esport Business Program Lead Jeffrey Levine, JD, PhD, addressed how the esport industry is well-positioned to continue to grow and thrive even during economic uncertainty and the prospect of a recession.

Women can only succeed as leaders if they show these 3 emotions

via The Ladders

Research by Joseph F. Rocereto Professor of Management Daan van Knippenberg, PhD, was cited in a story by The Ladders. His paper, “The emotional leader: Implicit theories of leadership emotions and leadership perceptions,” found that when females in positions of leadership express positive emotions, they’re seen as more effective leaders than their male counterparts, but if they show negative emotions, they’re seen as less effective.

Do Sanctions Work? Financial Alternatives to War Explained

via Bloomberg

Research by Trustee Professor of Economics Constantinos Syropoulos, PhD, and Professor Yoto Yotov, PhD, of the School of Economics on the effectiveness of economic sanctions was cited by Daniel Flatley and Saleha Mohsin in an op-ed article for Bloomberg that was later published in the Washington Post.

The Flexibility Variant

via Philadelphia Business Journal

Steve Sweeney ‘03, president of Mount Laurel-based NEMR Total HR, an outsourced human resources, payroll and benefits company that works with small and midsize businesses that do not have internal HR departments, was quoted in a Philadelphia Business Journal on the desire for flexibility by workers.

How to sanction a nuclear foe

via The Korea Herald

Research by Trustee Professor of Economics Constantinos Syropoulos, PhD, and Professor Yoto Yotov, PhD, of the School of Economics on the effectiveness of economic sanctions was cited in an April 15 op-ed by Ana Palacio, a former foreign minister of Spain and former senior vice president and general counsel of the World Bank Group.

The case for the marketing department as a full partner in biometric data privacy

via Biometric Update

A paper by Matthew Schneider, PhD, assistant professor of decision sciences, published by the American Marketing Association is cited by Biometric Update, a biometric data industry publication.

The Marketer at the Privacy Table

via AMA - American Marketing Association

Matthew Schneider, PhD, assistant professor of decision sciences, is quoted along with his co-authors on the role that marketers can have in setting data privacy policy; namely, that marketing professionals bring practical knowledge and techniques to the data privacy discussion that can effectively limit the consumer information collected without impacting its usefulness.