Initial data from Italy’s monthlong ChatGPT ban in early 2023 demonstrates the technology’s transformative impact on business and the economy, according to Olin Business School’s Jeremy Bertomeu.
Two students received grants from the Responsible Technology Youth Power Fund, which is advocating for a more equitable and accountable technology ecosystem.
As chief operating officer of Sporting News Holdings, Shaun Koiner, oversees a legacy brand that’s been around since 1886. Now, it is global and more robust than it’s been in decades. (Photo: Terrence Jones)
When thinking about the economy, and inflation in particular, Olin Business School economics expert John Horn said it’s important to focus on larger-picture trends rather than specific details like the prices of commercial real estate, used cars or eggs. Overall, inflation is not running away, he said — it’s gliding back to the path we’d like to see of around 2%.
Philip H. Dybvig, a banking and finance expert at Olin Business School, was a key speaker at the 2023 Asian Leadership Conference, Korea’s premier international conference, in May.
Nicolae Gârleanu, an expert on asset pricing, was installed as the H. Frederick Hagemann Jr. Professor of Finance at Olin Business School during a ceremony May 8.
Washington University is leading a new effort to address the grand challenge of developing the next generation of high-performance, sustainably sourced and biodegradable plastics that advance engineering while also protecting the environment.
A large-scale study led by Olin Business School researcher Brad Larsen to see if politically partisan cues can induce people to get COVID-19 vaccines found that, yes, they can.
Tat Chan, an expert on economics and marketing, was installed recently as the Philip L. Siteman Professor of Marketing.
Olin Business School honored seven outstanding alumni for their service to the school, thought leadership, business acumen and impact at two awards ceremonies in April.
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