Warrington in the News Articles: page 1

It’s no secret that Warrington faculty are internationally renowned for their innovative research. The media looks to our scholars for insights and impactful news. See below where our faculty are featured in the news.

Mark Jamison

Recent issues at the FTC raise “troubling” questions for the future of independent agencies, includ­ing the FCC, said Mark Jamison, Public Utility Research Center Director and Gunter Professor, during an AEI forum Thursday.

FTC Troubles Raise Broader Questions on Future of Independent Agencies

Communications Daily
Kyung Sun Melissa Rhee

New research from Assistant Professor Melissa Rhee shows that policies restricting the use of ride-hailing apps like Uber or Lyft can hurt the transportation ecosystem of a city.

Restricting ride-hailing apps makes transportation systems less efficient

UF News
Jay Ritter

Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shares his insights about a record-breaking SPAC deal to bring a Vietnamese electric-vehicle maker to market showcases. The deal shows just how distorted things have become in the industry.


Record-Breaking SPAC Deal for EV Firm Shows Market Weakness, Not Strength

Yixuan Li

Who says retirement is the only golden opportunity? Research from Assistant Professor Yixuan Li shows how retirement-age workers are defying expectations of longevity.

Silver and wise: How retirement-age workers find fulfillment in continued employment

People Matters
Mark Jamison

Are you a new board member serving on a regulated company board, but from a non-regulatory background? This podcast episode featuring Public Utility Research Center Director and Gunter Professor Mark Jamison is directed especially to newer board members and executives in utility companies regulated at the state and even federal levels.

A CEO's Virtual Mentor | A Regulatory Primer for Board Members with Non Regulatory Backgrounds

Lyceum Leadership Productions
Tim Becker

Executive Director of the Kelley A. Bergstrom Real Estate Center Tim Becker shares some leadership tips that are game-changers for students wanting to excel in this field. Becker shares the benefits in being kind, possessing humility, and being a good listener as key components to success. Becker’s tried and true leadership program teaches students to be strategic thinkers in the ever-changing real estate world.

Real Estate Pro Tim Becker shares leadership insights for real estate students

The Crossman Conversation
Mark Flannery

A new study co-authored by Texas A&M’s Sorin Sorescu and Bank of America Eminent Scholar Mark Flannery reveals that Silicon Valley Bank and First Republic Bank are far from isolated cases of bank failures. Their research details more than $1 trillion in unbooked losses throughout the U.S. banking sector.

Fed’s Unprecedented Interest Rate Hike Means Uncertainty For US Banking Sector

Texas A&M Today
Aaron Hill

Conservative CEOs are four times more likely than their liberal counterparts to acquire international firms rather than forge new alliances when entering foreign markets, according to new research from Associate Professor Aaron Hill. The same study finds that these political biases can be moderated by active, independent boards.

CEO political leanings affect their international deals

UF News
Mark Flannery

First Republic Bank was the second-largest bank failure in US history. More failures could be on the way. Insights from Bank of America Eminent Scholar Mark Flannery inform this story.

Is First Republic Bank’s failure sign of a slow-motion banking crisis?

Jay Ritter

Some company founders say their new goal is to build a profitable business and buy out their backers. Not all investors are on board. Insights from Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter inform this story.

Uncertain Markets Have Startups Rethinking IPOs

The Wall Street Journal