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Supply & Demand Chain, 10/1/2008
Different e-procurement models make sense for different people, Tayur says
E-procurement has to be done carefully by understanding the different dimensions in which a particular firm operates, says Sridhar Tayur, Ford Distinguished Research Chair; Professor of Manufacturing and Operations Management. Tayur notes that different procurement models make sense for different groups of people. URL for this article: http://www.sdcexec.com/web/online/In-Depth/The-Matrix/4$606

KDKA-AM and KQV-AM, 10/1/2008
Lave takes to the airwaves to put financial crisis in perspective
Lester Lave, Harry B. and James H. Higgins Professor of Economics and University Professor; Director, Carnegie Mellon Green Design Initiative; Co-Director, Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center, was interviewed on two Pittsburgh radio stations about the effects of the financial crisis from a microeconomic perspective. URLs for these broadcasts are not available.

Bloomberg, 10/1/2008
Fear, not facts, were the driving force behind original bailout, says Meltzer
Proponents of the original Wall Street bailout plan did not explain how or why they thought it would work, says Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy. Meltzer says the bailout proposal was promoted through fear, not facts. URL for this article: http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601110&sid=a3uZ675PxG9g

MSNBC, 10/2/2008
Spatt questions whether price government pays for troubled assets will hold up under market forces
Policymakers have not done a particularly good job articulating why the prices of troubled assets would stay at the level the government pays, says Chester Spatt, Mellon Bank Professor of Finance; Director, Center for Financial Markets. Spatt says his question is whether market forces will sustain those higher price levels.

Pittsburgh Business Times, 10/3/2008
Dressing for success requires flexibility, Boni says
Business people should dress appropriately for their audience and plan for the flexibility to do so, says Arthur Boni, John R. Thorne Chair of Entrepreneurship; Associate Teaching Professor of Entrepreneurship; and Director, Donald H. Jones Center for Entrepreneurship. Chris Cynkar, a 1998 graduate of the Tepper School who also teaches at the center, says he doesn’t expect his employees to wear suits, but they should still be appropriate because they represent the company.

60 Minutes, 10/5/2008
Trustee appears on `60 Minutes’
Carnegie Mellon University Trustee Ray Lane appeared on the news program “60 Minutes.” Lane, who was interviewed by Lesley Stahl, is investing in startups that are working on technology to help automobiles run on alternative energy.

WMNY-AM and Westwood 1 News, 10/6/2008
Spatt discusses bailout plan on broadcast outlets
Chester Spatt, Mellon Bank Professor of Finance; Director, Center for Financial Markets, appeared on WMNY-AM and Westwood 1 News to discuss challenges in implementing the bailout plan.

Associated Press , 10/7/2008
Ban on short selling was no panacea, says Spatt
Short selling is very important to the markets, and a three-week-old ban imposed by the Securities and Exchange Commission is not a panacea for financial firms, says Chester Spatt, Mellon Bank Professor of Finance; Director, Center for Financial Markets. Some market experts say the ban, which was supposed to boost investor confidence, did more harm than good in a time of historic volatility.

Washington Post, 10/7/2008
Lerrick not convinced deflation is at hand
Count Adam Lerrick, The Friends of Allan H. Meltzer Professorship, among the economists who think a period of price adjustments does not necessarily signal the start of a deflationary spiral. As Lerrick points out, when oil is down to $90 from $140, nobody expects it will be $55 a year from now or $35 in 2010.

KDKA-AM, 10/8/2008
Lave appears on KDKA
Lester Lave, Harry B. and James H. Higgins Professor of Economics and University Professor; Director, Carnegie Mellon Green Design Initiative; Co-Director, Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center, was interviewed on KDKA radio about executive compensation.

Forbes, 10/8/2008
Shreve: Quants warned of dangers in mortgage-backed securities
Before the current financial crisis, Carnegie Mellon alumni were warning that the level of complexity in the mortgage-backed securities market had exceeded the limitations of their models, says Steve Shreve, Orion Hoch Chair of Mathematical Sciences, Steering Committee member, MSCF Program. Shreve says when those warnings stand in the way of profits, they are quickly brushed aside.

Reuters, 10/8/2008
Spatt: Short selling important to markets
Short selling is important to markets, says Chester Spatt, Kenneth B. and Pamela R. Dunn Professor of Finance; Director, Center for Financial Markets. Spatt, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s former chief economist, says shutting off the ability of investors to express negative sentiment does not necessarily raise prices. URL for this article: http://www.reuters.com/article/ousiv/idUSTRE497BQZ20081008?sp=true

Newsday, 10/8/2008
Goodfriend: Bailout was necessary
Although aggressive action by the government tends to make investors nervous, the government’s bailout of Wall Street was “very necessary,” says Marvin Goodfriend, Professor of Economics; Chairman, The Gailliot Center for Public Policy. Goodfriend says people need to let time pass and wait for further government action in order for the country to regain confidence.

Conde Nast Portfolio, 10/8/2008
Cracks widening in the glass ceiling, Tepper School research shows
New research at the Tepper School finds that women get paid more than men at all levels in the corporate executive hierarchy. The research was co-authored by George-Levi Gayle, Assistant Professor of Economics, Limor Golan, Assistant Professor of Economics, and Robert Miller, Professor of Economics and Strategy. URL for this blog: http://www.portfolio.com/views/blogs/odd-numbers/2008/10/08/among-executives-women-outearn-men

Fox Business Channel, 10/8/2008
Spatt appears on Fox Business Channel
Chester Spatt, Kenneth B. and Pamela R. Dunn Professor of Finance; Director, Center for Financial Markets, appeared live with Liz Claman and David Asman on the Fox Business Channel to discuss the pro and cons of short selling on the eve of the expiration of the SEC’s ban on the practice. A URL for this broadcast is not available.

Calibre Macro World, 10/9/2008
Meltzer: Hike in deposit insurance unnecessary
The hike in deposit insurance to $250,000 per account from $100,000 needlessly implies imminent bank runs, says Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy. Meltzer points out that the United States did not have deposit insurance during the Great Depression, and unemployment was much higher. URL for this article: http://calibre.mworld.com/m/m.w?lp=GetStory&id=324733921

Washington Post, 10/9/2008
Goodfriend: Europe’s response to interest rate cut was chaotic
A move by the world’s central banks to simultaneously cut interest rates in 21 countries sent markets fluctuating, and the situation in Europe was “chaotic,” says Marvin Goodfriend, Professor of Economics; Chairman, The Gailliot Center for Public Policy. Goodfriend, who was in Europe at the time, says it was clear that a comprehensive approach to the crisis must extend overseas. URL for this article: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/10/08/AR2008100800847_pf.html

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, 10/10/2008
Electricity Industry Center recommends that utilities lock in prices
In a study last year, experts at the Electricity Industry Center pushed for utilities to lock in prices for longer terms. Jay Apt, Executive Director of Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center, Associate Research Professor, Distinguished Service Professor in Engineering and Public Policy, was among those who said the deals could lower bills and spur investment in new generation plants. URL for this article: http://calibre.mworld.com/m/m.w?lp=GetStory&id=324939151

Newsweek, 10/11/2008
Meltzer: Bailout lacked explanation
Proponents of the Wall Street bailout had no plan and did not explain how it would work, instead relying on fear and anxiety to spread public support, says Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy. Meltzer says the market continued to fall after Congress approved the bailout in part because nobody explained how buying mortgages would help firms borrow for payroll and inventories. http://www.newsweek.com/id/163442?from=rss

WTAE-TV, 10/13/2008
Lave: Gas prices take time to drop
When oil prices drop, gas prices take a little longer to come down, says Lester Lave, Harry B. and James H. Higgins Professor of Economics and University Professor; Director, Carnegie Mellon Green Design Initiative; Co-Director, Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center. Lave and other analysts believe suppliers like to hang on to the retail markup. URL for this article: http://www.thepittsburghchannel.com/news/17706010/detail.html

Newsweek, 10/13/2008
Meltzer: Real bills doctrine to blame for Fed’s timidity in 1930s
The cause of the Federal Reserve’s timidity in the 1930s remains a matter of scholarly debate. Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy, blames the flawed “real bills” doctrine that, in practice, limited the Fed’s lending to besieged banks.

The Age (Australia), 10/13/2008
Goodfriend: Internationally comprehensive approach to crisis is essential
Government approaches to the mounting economic crisis have evolved quickly in response to uncertain world markets, says Marvin Goodfriend, Professor of Economics; Chairman, The Gailliot Center for Public Policy. Goodfriend says the world is moving toward an internationally comprehensive approach, which he says is “absolutely necessary.” URL for this article: http://business.theage.com.au/business/finance-leaders-unite-in-the-search-for-a-global-solution-20081012-4z6v.html

Bloomberg TV, 10/14/2008
Goodfriend appears on Bloomberg TV
Marvin Goodfriend, Professor of Economics; Chairman, The Gailliot Center for Public Policy, gave an interview on Bloomberg TV discussing the macroeconomic picture of the economy following the latest decisions by the Fed, Treasury, and European central banks and treasuries to address the credit crisis. A URL for this interview is not available.

KDKA-TV, 10/14/2008
Lave: Pittsburgh’s economy better equipped to weather recession
Pittsburgh’s economy, based more in universities and medicine, is better positioned to weather the current crisis, says Lester Lave, Harry B. and James H. Higgins Professor of Economics and University Professor; Director, Carnegie Mellon Green Design Initiative; Co-Director, Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center. Lave says even when the economy is poor, people still need health care and education. URL for this article (includes link to video): http://kdka.com/local/Pittsburgh.Time.Magazine.2.839703.html

Bloomberg, 10/15/2008
Inflation not the only factor in interest rates, says Goodfriend
Tame inflation isn’t the only reason to keep interest rates low, says Marvin Goodfriend, Professor of Economics; Chairman, The Gailliot Center for Public Policy. He says higher trend productivity growth needs higher real interest rates to keep inflation stable. URL for this article: http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=newsarchive&sid=aLo23EkfmUqE

Bloomberg, 10/15/2008
Fed needs to outline a consistent policy, Meltzer says
In 95 years, the Federal Reserve has never said what the lender-of-last resort policy is, says Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy. Meltzer says the Fed needs a consistent policy that describes what the central bank is willing to do. URL for this article: http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=newsarchive&sid=aLo23EkfmUqE

Environmental Leader, 10/16/2008
Consumers unlikely to re-embrace large vehicles, Lave says
The current consumer trend away from large vehicles is likely to be permanent as long as fuel prices do not drop significantly, says Lester Lave, Harry B. and James H. Higgins Professor of Economics and University Professor; Director, Carnegie Mellon Green Design Initiative; Co-Director, Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center. Lave is skeptical the automotive market will return to the late 1990s, when the popularity of large pickup trucks and SUVs was at its peak. URL for this article: http://www.environmentalleader.com/2008/10/16/suv-pickup-sales-increase-on-incentives/

Pittsburgh Business Times, 10/17/2008
Investors beginning to balk
The grapevine is filled with tales of funding efforts stalled at the 11th hour, says Chris Cynkar, MSIA 1998, an instructor at the Donald H. Jones Center for Entrepreneurship. Cynkar says a lot of investors aren’t putting money into alternative investments because of the market. URL for this article: http://pittsburgh.bizjournals.com/pittsburgh/stories/2008/10/20/story9.html?b=1224475200%5E1718594

Pittsburgh Business Times, 10/17/2008
McGinnis winner raises $4.1 million from investors
The winner of the Tepper School’s McGinnis Venture Competition four years ago has raised $4.1 million in its first major funding round. ClearCount Medical Solutions, based in Ross, attracted downtown venture capitalist Draper Triangle Ventures as well as some private angel investors. This article is available by paid subscription only. For a complete copy of the text, please contact Barbara Feldman.

Pittsburgh Business Times , 10/17/2008
Professor: Don’t give in to knee-jerk reactions
It’s important to not have a knee-jerk reaction to the economy, says Robert Kelley, Adjunct Professor of Management. Kelley says people with strong balance sheets, customers, and supply chains should move forward. This article is available by paid subscription only. For a complete copy of the text, please contact Barbara Feldman.

The Bismarck Tribune, 10/17/2008
Let struggling institutions solve their own problems, Meltzer says
The federal government should not spend a dime bailing out financial institutions, says Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy. Rather, he believes struggling institutions should be responsible for cleaning up their own mess. URL for this article: http://www.bismarcktribune.com/articles/2008/10/17/news/opinion/letters/doc48f7a2fba54d7270635934.txt

Reuters, 10/17/2008
Let the strong survive, says Meltzer
Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy, has proposed a capitalist solution to the financial crisis: Just let the defunct firms fail, and the healthy ones purchase the assets. The proposal would be along the model of the Wells Fargo takeover of Wachovia. URL for this article: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/Financial_turmoil_Capitalism_is_not_dead/articleshow/3606052.cms

Newsweek, 10/18/2008
Meltzer: Bernanke’s inconsistency created uncertainty
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke created a lot of uncertainty by rescuing Bear Stearns, then letting Lehman Brothers fall, says Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy. Meltzer believes Bernanke should have said he would save all failing institutions or none of them. URL for this article: http://www.busrep.co.za/index.php?fSectionId=&fArticleId=4666148

Bloomberg, 10/19/2008
Goodfriend: Higher real interest rates needed for some productivity growth
Taming inflation is not the only reason to keep interest rates low, says Marvin Goodfriend, Professor of Economics; Chairman, The Gailliot Center for Public Policy. Goodfriend says higher trend productivity growth needs higher real interest rates. URL for this article: http://www.busrep.co.za/index.php?fSectionId=&fArticleId=4666148

Gulf Times, 10/20/2008
Entrepreneurship program kicks off second year in Qatar
The Tepper School’s Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program kicked off its second year with a welcome dinner at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar. Corporate innovation plays an important role in the creation of knowledge-based economies, says Mohamed Dobashi, Associate Dean for Management and Operations and the program’s Executive Director. URL for this article: http://www.gulf-times.com/site/topics/article.asp?cu_no=2&item_no=249138&version=1&template_id=36&parent_id=16

Miami Herald, 10/20/2008
Apt: Nuclear facilities are now valuable assets
Smart investors bought nuclear facilities at bargain-basement prices when they were unpopular, says Jay Apt, Executive Director, Electricity Industry Center; Associate Research Professor; Distinguished Service Professor in Engineering and Public Policy. Now those plants are among their owners’ most valuable assets, he says. URL for this article: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/environment/economics/story/731045.html

KQV-AM, 10/20/2008
Goodfriend appears on KQV Radio
KQV-AM radio aired an interview with Marvin Goodfriend, Professor of Economics; Chairman, The Gailliot Center for Public Policy. He shared his insights regarding Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s suggestion that the timing is right for Congress to consider another economic stimulus package. A URL for this broadcast is not available.

American Enterprise Institute, 10/20/2008
Meltzer: History will not be kind to policymakers over bailout
History will judge American policymakers harshly over the current financial crisis, says Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy. Meltzer says the bailout plan only partially addresses the liquidity problems of the financial sector and does not address its solvency.

San Francisco Chronicle, 10/21/2008
Lave: Obama, McCain energy plans nearly identical
The energy plans of presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain are all but identical, says Lester Lave, Harry B. and James H. Higgins Professor of Economics and University Professor; Director, Carnegie Mellon Green Design Initiative; Co-Director, Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center. While the two plans have different emphases, they cover the same points, he says. URL for this article: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2008/10/21/MN6I13EAQ2.DTL&type=politics

Lodi News-Sentinel, 10/21/2008
Alumnus pens book on ‘gridiron dementia’
A Tepper School alumnus has published a book detailing his theory about the lasting effects of repeated concussions. Bennet Omalu, who is also a physician, calls the effect “gridiron dementia.” URL for this article: http://lodinews.com/articles/2008/02/27/news/2_football_080227.txt

Associated Press, 10/22/2008
Meltzer favors tax credits for people making down payments on housing
The United States does not need an economic stimulus package, at least not to the tune of $300 billion, says Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy. At most, Meltzer believes the government should address the excess supply of housing by providing a tax credit for anyone making a down payment on a house. URL for this article: http://news.corporatecounselcentre.ca/ap_stories/f/1310/10-22-2008/20081022165005_21.html

Bloomberg, 10/22/2008
Meltzer: International cooperation is ‘not present’
The international cooperation needed for agreements such as the one reached in Bretton Woods is not present in the current global environment, says Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy. That casts doubt on the potential headway that could be made at a summit meeting of world leaders in Washington. URL for this article: http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601080&sid=atSRSuGEmCUA&refer=asia

BusinessWeek, 10/22/2008
Banks reluctant to lend unless others do first, says Goodfriend
No bank will lend until others do so first, creating a chicken-and-egg problem in the credit markets, says Marvin Goodfriend, Professor of Economics; Chairman, The Gailliot Center for Public Policy. Though there are some signs of improvement, these are being blunted by banks’ reluctance to loosen purse strings. URL for this article: http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/08_44/b4106000173660.htm?chan=top+news_top+news+index+-+temp_top+story

Pittsburgh City Paper, 10/24/2008
Lave: Energy plans lack carbon tax
There is not much difference between the energy plans of Barack Obama and John McCain, according to Lester Lave, Harry B. and James H. Higgins Professor of Economics and University Professor; Director, Carnegie Mellon Green Design Initiative; Co-Director, Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center. Lave says missing from the debate is a straight-up “carbon tax” reflecting the true toll of fossil-fuel consumption. URL for this article: http://www.pittsburghcitypaper.ws/gyrobase/Content?oid=oid%3A54168

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, 10/26/2008
Meltzer favors McCain’s economic, health care plans
When it comes to the economy, John McCain is better for the country than Barack Obama, says Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of political economy. Meltzer also says McCain’s health plan is better because it promotes competition, provides choice, and avoids nationalizing health care. URL for this article: http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/opinion/columnists/zito/s_595081.html

Bloomberg, 10/26/2008
Meltzer: Europe, U.S. can’t overhaul international financial regulation in few weeks
It is “foolish” to think that Europe and the United States will be able to overhaul international financial regulation within a few weeks, says Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy. Meltzer says it’s hard to come up with a consensus. URL for this article: http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=a5B.ffRG4SDc&refer=worldwide

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 10/26/2008
PSO must revisit strategic plan, says Simmons
Problems in the stock market have affected the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s endowment and pension funding, says Richard P. Simmons, Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Business Management and the chairman of the PSO board. Simmons says the board will have to revisit and adjust the strategic plan. URL for this article: http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/08300/923008-28.stm

Carnegie Mellon Today, 10/27/2008
Lave: The era of cheap energy is over
To those people hoping to see gasoline return to $1.50 per gallon, Lester Lave has bad news: The era of cheap energy is over. Lave, Harry B. and James H. Higgins Professor of Economics and University Professor; Director, Carnegie Mellon Green Design Initiative; Co-Director, Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center, says the problem is that Americans use 10 times more energy now than they did in 1900. URL for this article: http://www.carnegiemellontoday.com/article.asp?aid=630

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette , 10/27/2008
Meltzer offers approval for bank strategy
The strategy of making the U.S. Treasury a major shareholder in PNC and other banks has won the approval of Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy. Meltzer calls the practice of strong banks acquiring weak banks a market solution, and says it’s being helped along with government money. URL for this article: http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/08300/923025-28.stm

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 10/27/2008
Goodfriend: Key supports will protect economy
Key supports will protect the economy today that were not in place during the Great Depression, says Marvin Goodfriend, Professor of Economics; Chairman, The Gailliot Center for Public Policy. Goodfriend points out that Social Security is a government annuity that is stable against the forces of the economy, and deposit insurance is equally important. URL for this article: http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/08301/923210-28.stm

KDKA-AM, 10/29/2008
Lerrick interviewed on KDKA
Adam Lerrick, The Friends of Allan H. Meltzer Professorship, was interviewed on KDKA-AM’s Fred Honsberger Radio Show. The topic of discussion was income tax policy and how economic proposals introduced by the presidential campaigns could impact the Federal budget and individual taxpayers. A URL for this broadcast is not available.

Wall Street Journal, 10/29/2008
Goodfriend: Case for lower interest rate is strong
The case for the Federal Reserve to cut the interest rate another half percentage point, or 50 basis points, is strong, according to Marvin Goodfriend, Professor of Economics; Chairman, The Gailliot Center for Public Policy. In recent public comments, central bank officials have left the door open to further easing. This article can be found online by using the ProQuest database available to Carnegie Mellon users via this link: http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=1584409031&sid=1&Fmt=3&clientId=3259&RQT=309&VName=PQD

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, 10/30/2008
Dunn: More alumni turning to Tepper School’s job network
Evidence of the economic downturn is apparent in the increasing number of alumni who are turning to the Tepper School’s job network, says Dean Kenneth Dunn, Professor of Financial Economics. Dunn spoke at a panel for alumni and students at The Rivers Club in downtown Pittsburgh. URL for this article: http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/business/s_595913.html

CNSNews.com, 10/30/2008
Meltzer: Government purchase of bank stocks does not signal end of capitalism
Government intervention via the purchase of $250 billion in bank stocks was not desirable, but a failure to intervene would have been even worse, says Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy. Meltzer called the assertion by critics that the move signals the end of capitalism “stupid.” URL for this article: http://www.cnsnews.com/public/content/article.aspx?RsrcID=38411

Chicago Tribune, 10/31/2008
Don’t fret over deflation, says Meltzer
The United States should not worry too much about a mild deflation, says Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy. Meltzer says while deflation is something everyone would like to avoid, it will not do the economy much harm. URL for this article: http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/columnists/chi-fri-greising-fed-inflation-oct31,0,2125089.column

Star-Ledger (New Jersey), 10/31/2008
Airline money losses result in cuts to fleet capacity, says Baybars
Airlines have been losing a lot of money, resulting in cuts to fleet capacity, says Ilker Baybars, Professor of Operations Management and Manufacturing and Deputy Dean. Airlines have been slapping surcharges on tickets for fuel and extras such as baggage or food. URL for this article: http://www.nj.com/business/index.ssf/2008/10/skyhigh_fees_unlikely_to_fall.html

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