Appointed to the practice track, the new faculty members represent a wide range of professional and academic experience in areas including investing, asset management, fintech, leadership, military command, and machine learning.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School is joining the Forté Foundation as an MBA partner and Forté Fellows partner school. Forté Foundation is a non-profit consortium of multinational corporations and business schools that was founded to address inequity in business.
In his new role as vice dean for corporate and global partnerships, Richard R. Smith, PhD, will develop and oversee Carey’s collaborations with other academic institutions and businesses.
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 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.
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.
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.
Kathleen Day, a Johns Hopkins Carey Business School finance expert who often interviewed Paul Volcker in her work as a journalist and author, is available to speak with media members about the late chairman of the Federal Reserve and his…
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.
Alexandra Klarén, a Johns Hopkins Carey Business School expert on the life and work of Fred Rogers, is available to speak with media members producing stories tied to the release of the feature film A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.…