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Keeping on a careful and steady path is the wisest approach to personal money management during the uncertainties of the COVID-19 crisis, says Associate Professor Yuval Bar-Or of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.
Phillip Phan, the Alonzo and Virginia Decker Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, discusses promising developments in the field of telemedicine – developments that, ironically, may have been sped up by the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.
Joël Le Bon, a Johns Hopkins Carey Business School associate professor and co-founder of the school’s Science of Digital Business Development Initiative, looks at the immense impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the world of digital business.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Assistant Professor Itay Fainmesser, an economist specializing in social media and social networks, discusses the ways in which the coronavirus pandemic has affected digital communication.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School researcher Vadim Elenev, who worked with colleagues from the Wharton School of Business and Columbia Business School, describes a research model that would have achieved results similar to those of the U.S. economic stimulus, but at a lower cost.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Assistant Professor Christopher Myers explains how we can continue to learn from the experiences of other people during the social restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Associate Professor Lindsay Thompson, an expert in law and ethics, discusses some of the crushing pressures that health care workers have faced while tending to patients during the COVID-19 epidemic.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Professor and Vice Dean for Faculty and Research Valerie Suslow, joined by research colleague Margaret Levenstein of the University of Michigan, examines the impact of relaxed regulations against corporate collusion during the COVID-19 pandemic.
While scientists around the world search for a coronavirus vaccine, an equivalent effort should be made to develop drugs that would mitigate the virus’s effects on patients, says Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Senior Lecturer Bonnie Robeson, who previously served as a principal investigator in drug discovery and development at the National Cancer Institute.
Alessandro Rebucci, an economist and associate professor at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, has analyzed the impact of current health interventions to stop COVID-19 as well as lessons learned from previous economic crises. He offers important insights for policymakers.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Assistant Professor Haiyang Yang finds in a new study that people who perceived themselves as knowledgeable about COVID-19 – regardless of the actual amount of their knowledge – experienced more happiness during the outbreak than those who didn’t perceive themselves as informed about COVID-19.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Assistant Professor Erik Helzer, an expert in conflict management and ethical leadership, examines the motivations behind stockpiling by shoppers during the pandemic.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Associate Professor Jim Kyung-Soo Liew leads a team that has created an online map showing the locations of coronavirus testing stations throughout the United States.
When a large pharmaceutical company experiences a drug trial failure and then tries to refill its pipeline by licensing a product created by another firm, such a “rushed innovation” is less likely to bring a product to market than one developed under normal, less hurried conditions. That’s because the hastily drawn licensing agreement between the two organizations leads to friction that drags development work to a halt.
Supriya Munshaw, a senior lecturer at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, offers insights on the likely time frame for a coronavirus vaccine, the steps involved in developing one, the most promising candidates currently in the labs of biotech companies, and why, years after the MERS and SARS outbreaks, a coronavirus vaccine still has not been produced.
When Italians self-isolating during the COVID-19 outbreak were presented with a hypothetical situation in which orders to remain at home would be for shorter periods than they had expected, they were pleasantly surprised and said they would be more willing to stay in isolation. But people negatively surprised to hear that the hypothetical extensions of the orders would be for longer than they had anticipated said they would be less willing to maintain or increase their isolation.
Consumers are clearing store shelves. Some observers call it “panic buying.” But a Johns Hopkins University expert on consumer behavior, while acknowledging that panic is an element of the phenomenon, says stockpiling can be seen as a rational approach to shopping during a pandemic.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Professor Kathleen Sutcliffe, a leading expert in organization theory, gives low marks to public and private entities for how they’ve responded to the coronavirus threat and outbreak.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Associate Professor Alessandro Rebucci offers his interpretation of what COVID-19 means for the markets in the near term and long term.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School professors Goker Aydin and Tinglong Dai of Carey Business School discuss how COVID-19 is impacting business supply chains and operations.
When substance use disorder patients were tested for both HIV and hepatitis C virus at the same time and given the results within 20 minutes, they were far more likely a month later to indicate they had received results, compared with patients who were referred for testing services.
Steven D. Cohen, an associate professor at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, is well known for helping leaders communicate with confidence, influence, and authority. Cohen studies the communication behaviors of effective leaders, with a particular focus on executive presence.
The W. P. Carey Foundation, whose generosity launched Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, has made a $25 million commitment to the school to recruit renowned faculty, enhance academic programs, and help launch student careers. The gift will be matched with commitments from Johns Hopkins University and contributions from other donors for a total of $50 million.
The highest-earning nonprofit hospitals in the United States provided less charity care to patients than lower-earning hospitals did, relative to the facilities’ respective profits, according to a new study.
A new study by Carey Business School researchers notes that some expert medical diagnosticians may order fewer patient tests as a way to indicate a high level of competence to their peers. They do so despite an increase in diagnostic techniques that can assess patient condition more accurately than former methods.
Medical errors remain as vexing a problem, according to Bloomberg Distinguished Professor Kathleen Sutcliffe of Johns Hopkins University. She discusses the issue in her new book Still Not Safe: Patient Safety and the Middle-Managing of American Medicine, co-authored with Robert Wears.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School is redesigning its flagship full-time MBA program with new courses and strategic focus for fall 2020. The redesigned Johns Hopkins MBA curriculum increases experiential learning opportunities for students and emphasizes analytical and leadership skills to prepare students to advance and excel in the ever-changing business world.
A new study finds that the used video game market could benefit game manufacturers because it enables buyers of new games to look forward to eventually reselling the discs.
Nearly a fifth of the respondents in a recent study said they would reverse their opposition to compensating kidney donors if a form of non-cash payment led to a substantial increase in the supply of available organs for transplant.
Johns Hopkins University has named Alexander Triantis to serve as the third dean of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School starting August 15. Triantis is currently dean of the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland where he has built a reputation for being a strong, personable, and pragmatic leader who is skilled at building consensus around a strategic vision.
om Polen, president and chief operating officer of BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company), will be the featured speaker at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s graduation ceremony, Thursday, August 1, at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore.
Influencers start out by creating attractive content and providing advice in a specific area. Over time, they build an audience. That audience comes to trust the Influencer for her insights and recommendations. Once an audience develops, marketers begin to take note and offer to pay Influencers to promote products to their followers.
Kathleen Day, a long time business reporter and Johns Hopkins Carey Business School faculty, explores the history of financial crises in the new book "Broken Bargain: Bankers, Bailouts, and the Struggle to Tame Wall Street."
A new book by a Johns Hopkins University negotiation expert argues that this approach ― a “monetary mindset” ― comes from our daily use of money and leave us far short of negotiation success.
A new study by Johns Hopkins Carey Business School researcher Erik Helzer found Introverts’ expectations of social interactions are more pessimistic than what they ultimately experience.
Calvin G. Butler, Jr., chief executive officer of Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE), will be the featured speaker at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s graduation ceremony, Tuesday, May 21, 2019.
Nagpurnanand Prabhala, an expert in empirical corporate finance and financial intermediation, has joined the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s full-time faculty as a professor in the research track.
The growing domination of local homebuilding markets by relatively few firms has slowed the housing industry, posing a risk to the overall American economy, two researchers at Johns Hopkins University demonstrate in a new study.
The new study shows a growing gap between the rates paid by public and private insurers and a growing gap between the rates paid by the different types of commercial insurers for hospital services between 2010 and 2016.
The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School has added 12 full-time faculty members for the start of the 2018-19 academic year, bringing the school’s total number of full-time professors and lecturers to 103.
Voting increased among young people from poor backgrounds after their families began receiving regular disbursements of unearned income, according to a new paper co-authored by a Johns Hopkins Carey Business School researcher.
To draft environmental laws and regulations, policymakers often rely on studies produced by researchers who examine human impact on nature. However, the methods behind many such studies are flawed and thus ill serve the makers of environmental policy.
A new study by a Johns Hopkins University researcher presents a broader model using “reference prices,” which he says may better account for how consumers make their choices.
A study co-authored by a Johns Hopkins University marketing expert says this feeling of revulsion is not limited to counterfeit products; it also may extend to the genuine items being copied. This should raise alarms among the makers of legitimate products that may be subject to counterfeiting, the study warns.
A recent study co-authored by a Johns Hopkins University researcher shows, savvy sellers can present the promotions in ways that may boost profits while also satisfying customers. The paper’s findings refute the common belief that sales promotions are best applied to unpopular products.
Two recent studies by a Johns Hopkins Carey Business School researcher conclude that our misperceptions based on deadlines have a direct and negative impact on how we perform certain tasks. Both papers appeared recently in the Journal of Consumer Research.
The spring 2018 issue of Changing Business, the twice-yearly magazine showcasing faculty research from the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, is now available online and in print.