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Debunking Aging Myths in Financial Decisions
Press Release | December 22, 2014
New research shows cognitive aging does not spell doom for financial decision-making
The Search for Income in Retirement
Media Mentions | December 04, 2014 | Time
Research by Professor Stephen Zeldes finds when it comes to retirement savings people are more likely to annuitize if they can do so with only part of their nest egg.
How One Extra Day in the Hospital Could Move the Needle on Readmissions
Media Mentions | November 07, 2014 | Healthcare Informatics
A new study by Professors Ann Bartel and Carri Chan finds that keeping patients one extra day in the hospital cuts readmission rates and reduces patient deaths.
Hospital Readmission Rates Can Be Curbed by Longer LOS, Study Finds
Media Mentions | November 04, 2014 | HealthLeaders Media
Professor Carri Chan comments on her co-authored research that finds, for patients with heart failure, staying in the hospital one extra day can reduce readmission rates.
How Not to Issue an Ebola Quarantine
Media Mentions | October 30, 2014 | Fortune
Professor Joel Brockner examines the toxic mix of “multiplying insult times injury” as displayed in the handling of the Ebola quarantine of Kaci Hickox.
One Extra Day in the Hospital Cuts Readmission Rates and Reduces Patient Deaths
Press Release | October 28, 2014
Columbia Business School research shows a 22 percent drop in pneumonia deaths and a 7 percent decline in readmissions for heart failure patients
So You Think You’re a Risk-Taker?
Media Mentions | October 24, 2014 | The Wall Street Journal
Professor Elke Weber notes that risk tolerance varies across activities and contexts and isn’t a “fundamental trait.”
What It Will Take to Change the Culture of Wall Street
Media Mentions | October 24, 2014 | Harvard Business Review
Professor Steven Mandis writes about the organizational issues of Wall Street and how to improve the regulation of big banks.
Remember Me: Personal Legacy and Global Warming
Media Mentions | October 15, 2014 | The Huffington Post
The article cites research by Professor Elke Weber on the psychological barriers to environmental actions and ways to motivate people to sacrifice the “here and now” for humanity’s future.
New Research on the Impact of Financial Deregulation Catches the Eye of the Federal Reserve
Press Release | September 24, 2014
Columbia Business School professor spots unforeseen signs of deregulation and will present findings to the Fed during upcoming conference in October
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