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Education Beyond Campus

Dean Michael Ginzberg speaks about Kogod's corporate and trade partnerships for providing graduate degree education beyond campus with The Washington Post. Read Full Article (3/23/14)

In the News

Crowdfunding Real Estate
Professor Peter Chinloy outlines the pros and cons of crowdfunding real estate with NPR affiliate station KUOW in Seattle. Listen to the Full Story (3/18/14)

Russia: Public Relations Nightmare
Executive-in-Residence Michael Carberry outlines the hazards representing a nation like Russia can have for PR firms in Reuters. Read Full Article (3/6/14)

Watch for Exemption Traps
David Kautter, managing director of the Kogod Tax Center, spoke with the Wall Street Journal about being aware of the Alternative Minimum Tax and its impact on exemptions. Read Full Article (2/18/14)

When Should Businesses Use Groupon?
Assistant Professor Nelson Amaral spoke with WTOP about when and why businesses should list sales on Groupon. Read Full Article (2/18/14)

Wealthy to Pay Higher Income Tax
David Kautter of the Kogod Tax Center spoke with Politco about changes those who earn more than $250K a year can expect to see this tax season. Read Full Article (1/10/14)

SCOTUS to Hear Copyright Case
Executive-in-Residence John Simson sounds off in ABC News Radio about the Supreme Court's decision to hear a copyright infringement challenge from broadcast networks. Read More (1/10/14)

Avoiding Mistakes in Retirement Planning
Professor H. Kent Baker outlines key emotional mistakes retirees should avoid to protect their financial future for MarketWatch. Read Full Article (1/9/14)

How to Implement Job Swapping
Assistant Professor Caren Goldberg shares her tips for how employers can successfully start job swapping programs with Reuters. Read Full Article (11/20/13)

IT Reform Feasibility
Associate Professor Gwanhoo Lee explains the challenges the public sector faces trying to attract private sector IT managers for reform in the National Journal. Read Full Article (11/18/13)

Fed's New Plan
Professor Robin Lumsdaine looks at how the Federal Reserve's new liquidity proposal is impacting regulators in American Banker. Read Full Article (Subscription Required) (11/4/13)

Cybersecurity Landscape
Professor J. Alberto Espinosa explains how cybersecurity breeches impact individuals as well as corporations with the Washington Diplomat. Read Full Article (11/3/13)

Research Magazine

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Looking for more? Kogod faculty are also featured in the biannual research magazine Kogod Now. Content is available for reuse under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 License. 

Our new issue explores the Business of Media. You’ll find faculty insight into the dynamics of crowdfunding and the impact of crowdsourcing on labor markets; how television impacts teens' perceptions of alcohol; and the effectiveness (or lack thereof) of racial stereotypes in advertising.

In this issue:

  • The Crowdsourced Revolution: Professors Erran Carmel and William DeLone and Associate Professor Gwanhoo Lee explore how crowdfunding, crowdsourcing, and social media are changing the face of business.
  • Teen Drinking Behavior Influenced by Popular TV Storylines: Teens in television shows rarely face the music when it comes to alcohol abuse. This lack of consequence can send the wrong message that having a few drinks at a party is nothing to worry about. Assistant Professors Cristel Russell and Wendy Boland investigate.
  • Stereotypes and Sales: Do Provocative Ads Drive Business?: Associate Professor Sonya Grier discovers that despite the backlash some ads receive from cultural groups, companies keep making them.
  • Does Speculation Really Affect Food Prices?: Are the hedge funds speculators entering the food futures markets responsible for the exponential increases in food costs in the past decade? Or are natural disasters and weather conditions to blame? Associate Professor Michel Robe and Assistant Professor Valentina Bruno find the answers.

We also welcome columnist Dr. Dorothy Kosinski of the Phillips Collection, who writes about the art of modern fundraising.

Subscribe for free at kogodnow.com and receive the next issue in your inbox.

Questions? Email the editor.


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