Jonathan Feinstein delivered a series of distinguished lectures in Taiwan. He presented “The Nature of Creative Development: Depicting a World of Individuals” at the National Taiwan University library.
Jeffrey Garten contributed the piece “The Other Oil Threat” to Newsweek International. In it, he argued that in addition to the our continued dependence on OPEC oil reserves, a new financial threat to the U.S.
Financial Planning reported on Antti Petajisto and Martijn Cremers’ study “How Active Is Your Fund Manager?” In the paper, Petajisto and Cremers introduce a new method of measuring the active management of funds called “Active Share.” With it,
The Wall Street Journal consulted Ben Polak in creating a formula to measure the significance of postseason hits in baseball and how they measure up to some of the most well known clutch hits of all-time.
Subrata Sen recently presented the lecture “Competitive Strategies of a Conventional Retailer faced with an Internet Entrant: Go Head-to-Head or Move Away” (with Ramesh Arjunji) at the Marketing Science conference in Pittsburgh.
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld discussed the scandal surrounding Hewlett-Packard’s investigation into board members leaking information to the press in The New Yorker, BusinessWeek, and Bloomberg, and former HP CEO Carly Fiorina’s new me