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Professor of Economics Yoto Yotov, PhD, co-authored a post for the Centre for Economic Policy Research’s VoxEU blog about his recent research on the concept of the domestic extensive margin, defined as the number of products that are produced by a given country, and demonstrate that it shows the effects of globalization and country-specific policies (e.g. taxes, exchange rates).

Assistant Clinical Professor of Sport Business Jeffrey Levine, JD, PhD, authored a blog post for post about the potential of esports to promote peaceful, inclusive and sustainable development.

The Baltimore Sun

Professor of Sport Business and Department Head of Sport Business and General Business Joel Maxcy, PhD, contributed his views about the Baltimore Orioles’ stadium plans, with their current stadium lease at Camden Yards set to expire at the end of the year.

The Washington Post

Daniel Korschun, associate professor, head of the Marketing Department and Stephen Cozen Research Scholar in Marketing, was quoted in a Washington Post story about the response to Walgreens’ decision not to distribute abortion pills at stores in 21 states.

The Philadelphia Inquirer

Professor of Economics Marco Airaudo, PhD, shared his perspectives on current economic trends and recent figures on consumer spending released by the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Anshika Nangia, BSBA in management information systems and business analytics ‘26, was featured by for her interest in UX research and product management and her internship with Coded By Kids’ Draft Studios. The article is part of the Most Diverse Tech Hub initiative, underwritten by the City of Philadelphia Department of Commerce, and initially published on project partner Campus Philly’s website.

KYW Newsradio

In response to a proposal by the Federal Trade Commission to ban non-compete agreements, Associate Professor and Department Head of Legal Studies Natalie Pedersen, JD, shared her insights on the potential implications with the KYW Newsradio In Depth podcast.


LeBow’s Camp Business program, a week-long intensive course teaching introductory business concepts to high-achieving high school students, was included among a list of 10 summer programs for aspiring business students.

The Philadelphia Inquirer

Teresa Harrison, PhD, professor of economics and director of the Raj & Kamla Gupta Governance Institute’s Center for Nonprofit Governance, shared insights on government and nonprofit audit practices in the Philadelphia Inquirer’s investigation into the Guns Down Gloves Up program. The program was improperly awarded a $392,000 antiviolence grant and is now under investigation by the Philadelphia Police Department and the Office of the Inspector General.


Professor and Department Head of Finance Ed Nelling, PhD, shared his expertise to a report on the current high prices for eggs by WPVI-6ABC.


Professor and Department Head of Finance Ed Nelling, PhD, CFA, provided insights on credit card features and hotel-reward benefits for an article published on Moneygeek.


Professor and Department Head of Finance Ed Nelling, PhD, CFA, provided expert advice on credit cards and cash advances for an article on


Elea Feit, PhD, associate dean for research and associate professor of marketing, contributed her insights to an article on how marketing operations leaders can adopt the scientific method to harness insights from user data and improve customer experience and outcomes.

Strategic Finance

James F. Ford Professor of Accounting Anthony Curatola, PhD, and James Rinier, assistant clinical professor of accounting, co-authored a Jan. 1 Strategic Financing magazine article about 2022 tax preparation updates and issues.


Research into the effectiveness of online time-scarcity promotions co-authored by Assistant Professor of Marketing Jillian Hmurovic, PhD, was featured in Knowledge@Wharton, a business journal from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where one of Hmurovic’s co-authors, Cait Lamberton, MBA, PhD is the Alberto I. Duran Presidential Distinguished Professor of Marketing.

Chief Executive

A paper co-authored by Yanliu Huang, PhD, associate professor of marketing, was cited in Chief Executive magazine. The paper suggests that keeping a paper calendar, rather than an electronic one, leads to more effective planning; the magazine’s editor cites it as a “contrarian idea to noodle over your holiday break.”

The Philadelphia Inquirer

Assistant Professor of Marketing Jillian Hmurovic, PhD, addressed retail trends surrounding the holiday shopping season, including Black Friday and Cyber Monday.


Christopher and Mary Stratakis Professor of Corporate Governance and Accountability Paolo Volpin, PhD, urged the board of directors of Tyson Foods to hire an external firm to lead a review of Chief Financial Officer John R. Tyson following his recent arrest.


In a story from KYW on the Philadelphia Phillies and Philadelphia Union playing in their respective sports’ championship games, Professor and Department Head of Sport Business Joel Maxcy, PhD, compared the current run of Philadelphia sports teams’ success to the 1980 season, when the Phillies, Eagles, Sixers and Flyers all played for the title.

The Philadelphia Inquirer

Joel Maxcy, PhD, professor of sport business and department head of sport business and general business, addresses the recent phenomenon of baseball’s decline in popularity among younger audiences and whether the Philadelphia Phillies’ current World Series run could get members of Gen Z interested in the sport.


Professor and Department Head of Sport Business Joel Maxcy, PhD, was quoted in a story on Philadelphia professional sports teams’ recent successes and how the current teams compare to previous seasons where all four major franchises - the Phillies, Eagles, Sixers and Flyers - experienced success across the board.


Joel Maxcy, PhD, professor of sport business and department head of sport business and general business, discussed the potential economic impact of a proposed new stadium project by the NFL’s Chicago Bears in the suburban community of Arlington Heights, Ill.

ORMS Today

Assistant Professor of Business Analytics Oliver Schaer, PhD, along with colleagues from Lancaster University, published findings from the 2022 Forecasting Software Survey in OR/MS Today, the magazine for members of the Institute of Operations Research and the Management Sciences.


TD Bank Professor of Finance Michelle Lowry, PhD, published an article about her recent paper, “The Blurring Lines between Private and Public Ownership,” on LexBlog, a legal-industry news site.

Applied Clinical Trials

Clinical Professor of Marketing Michael Howley, PA-C, PhD, shared findings on how to improve the quality of internet survey data by identifying sources of noise and misinformation using careless responding analysis.

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.

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.

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.


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.

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.