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#ICYMI Check out the video of the 2nd #Caribbean Economic Forum, featuring Dean Peter Henry, to learn more about economic policies and outcomes in countries like Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, and Barbados!
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Is your bank a survivor or a laggard? Professors Roy Smith and Brad Hintz discuss the aftermath of the #financialcrisis via Financial News >>
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"People will take huge risks, take on huge costs, to get to #cities. They'll live in very difficult circumstances, often illegal, informal circumstances, crime-ridden circumstances, to get the benefits that cities offer. We know that there's a big demand there. And the challenge is how to... have a supply response that could meet that demand."

Hear Professor Paul Romer talking urban growth via +EconTalk >>
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"In the long run, [Professor Arun Sundararajan and co-author Samuel Fraiberger] argue in a new paper, the people who stand to benefit the most from new peer-to-peer rental marketplaces for everything from cars to gadgets are low-income consumers."

Read more about their research on the #sharingeconomy via The +Washington Post >>
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A collaborative group comprising faculty and deans from business and law schools convened at NYU this February to engage in a discussion about “Corporate Political #Accountability: The Importance of Educating Future Business Leaders Beyond Citizens United.”

Based on the recommendations of the first such roundtable discussion, NYU Stern piloted a new course this spring entitled, “Corporate Political Engagement and Executive Statesmanship,” co-taught by Professors Bruce Buchanan and Maria Patterson.

Check out photos and read more about the conversation >> http://bit.ly/1C7vCJQ
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"Consistent with the idea that we credit ourselves for success but blame external factors for failures, founders of failed ventures are unlikely to change aspects of their prior business that are within their control..."

Check out new research by Professor JP Eggers and co-author Lin Song on the cost of changing industries for #entrepreneurs >> 
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"Comparing the divergent recoveries in Europe and East Asia also yields the conclusion that, in response to similar crises, it is not simply the size of the fiscal stimulus that matters but also its variability and persistence."

In an op-ed via Vox, Dean Peter Henry discusses his new research comparing the economic recoveries of East Asia & Europe. Read more: http://bit.ly/1zWfS50
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"In such a complex environment, investors can be expected to reach widely disparate conclusions, which will sustain – if not increase – market volatility."

Professor Michael Spence discusses #equities , #discountrates , and #futureearnings growth in a new +Project Syndicate op-ed>>
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Just how complex? Complex enough to cause higher risk and major consequences? Must we change our views concerning consumer markets?
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How can you make the transition smoother when an employee resigns? Professor Anat Lechner offers advice for #managers via +Harvard Business Review >>
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Devon Pike, president of +GIVENCHY US, joined Prof. Jeff Carr, MBA students & alumni for a ‪#‎LangoneSpeakerSeries‬ event. Learn more: http://bit.ly/1L1PMZQ
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“The Urbanization Project is really cutting-edge with both the work it’s doing on a practical level and in its contribution to academic research, and it’s really exciting to be a part of that."

As part of a Stern Signature Project, a team of NYU Stern & NYU Wagner students is partnering w/ the Urbanization Project to create a model for public space planning in Valledupar, Colombia! Learn more: http://bit.ly/1BnyYpR #EducationInPossible  
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New York University's Leonard N. Stern School of Business is one of the nation's premier management education schools and research centers. From its Greenwich Village campus in the heart of New York City, NYU Stern offers a broad portfolio of academic programs at the graduate and undergraduate levels, all of them informed and enriched by the dynamism, energy and resources of the world's business capital.