Media Coverage

Show Me the Way to Go Home: An Empirical Investigation of Ride Sharing and Motor Vehicle Homicide

  1. Virbila, Irene; “With Uber of Lyft doing the driving, restaurataeurs say more customers opt for that extra drink.” Atlanta Journal Constitution; October 19, 2015
    • Reprinted in: LA Times
  2. Hennessey, Ray; “Researchers Find Uber Use Leads to a Decrease in DUI Deaths” Entrepreneur Magazine; August 25, 2015
  3. Associated Press: “Study: Traffic safety helped by low-cost ride services” Associated Press; August 1, 2015;
    • Reprinted In: The Washington Post, The Toledo Blade
  4. Ferenstein, Gregory “Ride-hailing Apps Sharply Reduce Drunken Driving Deaths” Newsweek; August 21, 2015
    • Reprinted In: The Daily Signal
  5. Lien, Tracey; “Low-cost ride-hailing services could reduce drunk driving deaths, research finds” The Los Angeles Times; July 31, 2015
    • Reprinted In: Oregon Business, The Bulletin
  6. Stevenson, Verity; “Uber reduced drinking and driving deaths in California, study suggests” The Globe and Mail; August 3, 2015
  7. Morales, Natalie “Study: Uber May Be Reducing Drunk Driving Deaths” The Today Show; August 12, 2015
  8. Curanaj, Lidia “Study suggests Uber reduces DWI Deaths” Fox 5 New York; September 4, 2015
  9. Mercure, Philippe “Alcool au volant: moins de morts grâce à UberX” La Presse; August 19, 2015
  10. Ferenstein, Gregory “After UberX, San Francisco Sees Lowest Drunk Driving NYE Arrests In Years” Forbes; August 19, 2015
  11. Mills, Chris; “Study Suggests Uber Reduces DUI Deaths” Gizmodo; August 4, 2015
  12. Bratman, Dan; “Uber saves lives by reducing alcohol related driving deaths, report says” USA Today (Road Warrior Voices) August 15, 2015
  13. Goebel, Bryan “Study Credits Uber with Decline in California Drunk Driving Deaths” KQED San Francisco; August 7, 2015 
  14. Corbin, Cristina “Uber’s Cheapest Service Significantly Lowers Drunken Driving Deaths in California, Study Finds” Fox News; August 18, 2015
  15. Lytton, Charlotte; “Uber Actually Reduces Drunk-Driving Deaths” The Daily Beast; August 6, 2015
  16. Kruger, Josh “Temple Study: Controversial UberX Program Reduces Drunk Driving” Philadelphia City Paper; August 11, 2015 
  17. Otterbein, Holly; “UberX Reduces Drunk Driving Deaths, Study Shows” Philadelphia Magazine; August 25, 2015
  18. Burke, Michael; “SA lette to push for Uber to come to Syracuse” The Daily Orange; November 1, 2015
  19. “Can Uber save lives?” The Rome Sentinel; Sept 12, 2015!dCjbYbmUiK7bJOzsSX9Yg/
  20. Sundstrom, Lauren; “Uber reduces drunk driving fatalities says independent study” Vancity Buzz; August 4, 2015
  21. Doherty, Brian; “More Evidence Uber Reduces Drunk Driving Fatalities”; August 28, 2015
  22. Fajge, Erica “Fox study attracts national and international attention” Temple News August 27, 2015
  23. Winberg, Michaela “Professors publish ride-sharing study” Sept 8 2015 – 
  24. Cervantes, Erica; “Uber Responsible for a Reduction in DUI Involved Accidents” San Diego Sun Times; August 7, 2015
  25. Mamiit, Aaron; “Uber Lowers Number Of Deaths Due To Drinking And Driving In California: Study” Tech Times; August 6, 2015
  26. McIntyre, Doug “McIntyre in the Morning” KABC Radio; Radio Interview; August 18, 2015
  27. Cluff, Rick; “The Early Edition” CBC Radio; August 4, 2015 (Radio Interview Regarding Uber’s Effect on Alcohol Related Fatalities)
  28. Adomaitis, Greg; “DUI death decrease linked to Uber? Temple professors think so” August 25, 2015 
  29. Staff “Uber reduces alcohol-related driving deaths: study” CBC News; August 4, 2015
  30. Editorial Board “Study: Uber saves lives” The Orange County Register August 17, 2015
  31. Gordon, James “DUI arrests and drink-driving convictions fall dramatically as more leave the car at home and use ride-sharing services like Uber” The Daily Mail; August 17, 2015
  32. Shwartz, Rafi “Research Suggests Uber Might Be Making Our Roads Safer” Good Magazine; August 10, 2015
  33. Evans, Peter C.; “Reflections on the Boston Platform Strategy Summits” The Center for Global Enterprise July 22, 2015
  34. Zara “Five Years In, A Closer Look At Uber’s Impact In San Francisco” The Uber Newsroom; June 20, 2015
  35. “Avoid DUIs by Ridesharing During the Holidays” The Street; December 8, 2015
  36. Henriquez, Jessica; “Uber—They Drive Drunk So You Don’t Have To” The Observer / Opinion; April 7, 2015
  37. Selby, W Gardner; “Uber says drunk-driving crashes down in Austin since advent of ride-sharing services” Politifact; December 16, 2015
  38. Vito, Christopher; “Uber Reduces Drunk-Driving Deaths” Temple Magazine; Winter 2016
  39. Saksa, Jim “Temple Profs: UberX lowers DUI deaths” Plan Philly; August 24, 2015 
  40. Daniels, Melissa “Uber’s growth linked to drop in DUI arrests, upset in taxi market” Pittsburgh Tribune-Review March 28, 2016;
  41. Hathaway, Jesse “Ride-Sharing saves Time, Money, and Lives” Heartland Magazine February 17, 2016
  42. Burke, Michael “As advocates lobby to bring Uber to Syracuse, critics express concern over safety and insurance regulations” The Daily Orange; February 24, 2016
  43. Hathaway, Jesse “For Safety’s Sake, we should encourage Uber and Lyft” The Fort Worth Star Telegram; May 18, 2016
  44. Taylor, Kimberly Hayes “Is Uber Really Responsible for A National Drop in Drunk Driving?” The Alternative Daily; May 11, 2016
  45. Townsend, Tess “Uber and Drunk Driving: What the Evidence Really Shows”;
  46. Staff, “Wayne’s Walk, Uber offer free rides to prevent drunk driving this weekend” The Stratford Star; May 27, 2016
  47. Churchhill, Chris “Legalizing Uber Would Save Lives” The Times Union;
  48. Schmitt, Angie “Study: Uber Reduces Drunk Driving Deaths” StreetBlogs USA; August 13, 2015
  49. O’Toole, Kate; “Link Between Uber & Decreasing DUI Rates” WDTV; March 27, 2016–Decreasing-DUI-Rates-29637
  50. Scott, Katherine “Police, Uber Hoping to Deter Drunk Driving on New Year’s” ABC Action News; December 30, 2015
  51. Encalada, Debbie; “Uber Has Helped Decrease DUIs by 10 Percent”; March 3, 2016
  52. Terzi, Tony “Uber, MADD partner on responsible alternative to driving drunk” Fox 61 News; December 30, 2015
  53. Kent, Spencer “Need a lift? Fourth N.J. town to offer residents free Uber rides”; April 17, 2016
  54. Kerscheval, Hoppy “Uber catches a ride in WV” WV Metro News; March 18, 2016
  55. Selby, W. Gardner “Uber says drunk-driving crashes down in Austin since advent of ride-sharing services” Politifact, December 16th, 2015
  56. Kunkle, Frederick; “Is Uber reducing drunk driving? New study says no.” The Washington Post; July 27, 2016;
  57. Hersher, Rebecca; “Uber Hasn’t Had An Effect On Drunken-Driving Deaths, Study Finds” National Public Radio; July 29, 2016
  58. Rao, Ankita; “Uber Has Yet to Reduce Drunk Driving Deaths, Study Says” Vice;  July 28, 2016;
  59. Kadar, Johnathan; “Opinion: Ithaca’s mayor should reevaluate his support for Uber” The Ithaca Voice; May 6, 2016;
  60. Doherty, Brian; “Apps Save Lives”; December, 2015
  61. Hersher, Rebecca; “Uber Hasn’t Had an Effect on Drunken-Driving Deaths, Study Finds” KQED; August 2, 2016;
  62. Campbell, Deborah; “Drunken Driving Rates Not Affected by Uber” The Argyll Free Press; July 30, 2016
  63. Staff “Uber réduirait les accidents mortels liés à l’alcool, selon une étude” Radio Canada August 4, 2015
  64. Harford, Tim “The upsides of Uber” British Airways Business Life; November 5, 2015
  65. “Ride-sharing apps really reduce drunk driving fatalities” LSE Business Review; December 8, 2016
  66. Clark, Dan “Uber cherry picks data from study about drunk driving” Politifact; Dec 9, 2016
  67. Dent, Mark “What happened with UberX and DUI in Philly? ‘The mind reels’” Billy Penn; May 17, 2016
  68. Sherk, James “The Rise of the Gig Economy: Good for Workers and Consumers” The Heritage Foundation October 7, 2016
  69. Smith, Kaleb H “Uber and Lyft … Next stop — upstate” The Legislative Gazette February 24, 2017
  70. Fortin, Jacey; “Does Uber Really Prevent Drunken Driving? It Depends on the Study” The New York Times; April 7, 2017

Managers’ Political Ideology and Gender Inequality within Organizations

  1. Guo, Jeff; “The kind of boss who doesn’t like to promote women” The Washington Post; March 14, 2016
  2. Gaskell, Adi; “Why You Should Care How Your Boss Votes” Forbes; March 1, 2016
  3. Filipovic, Jill; “The Republican boss: for female lawyers, it’s the worst possible option” The Guardian; March 21, 2016;
  4. Weiss, Debra; “Gender gap in associate promotions and turnover is higher when bosses are conservative, study says” Journal of the American Bar Association; March 3, 2016
  5. Rubino, Kathryn; “Research Proves Women Should Not Work for Republicans” Above the Bar; March 3, 2016
  6. Loney, Dan “How the Boss’s Politics Affects the Careers of Women Lawyers” Knowledge @ Wharton; October 25, 2016
  7. Mathis, Joel; “Are Liberal Bosses Better for Women?” Philadelphia Magazine March 14, 2016
  8. Gupta, Prachi “How Having a Republican Boss Can Hurt Your Career” Cosmopolitan Magazine; March 16, 2016
  9. Staff “Biglaw Bias?” Politico; March 16, 2016
  10. Coe, Aebra “Female Attys Promoted Less When Partners Are Conservatives” Law360; March 16, 2016
  11. LaFata, Alexia “Here’s Some Bullsh*t You Might Deal With If Your Boss Is A Republican” Elite Daily; March 16, 2016
  12. Rappleye, Emily “Study finds women have trouble moving up under this kind of leader”; Becker’s Hospital Review March 14, 2016
  13. Higgins, Kathryn; “Conservative bosses promote fewer women, study finds” The Global Legal Post March 4, 2016;
  14. Marusic, Kristina; “If Your Boss Does This, You’re Less Likely to Get a Promotion” Women’s Health March 14, 2016
  15. Guest, Greta; “Gender gap at work reflects political views of boss” University of Michigan News; February 29, 2016
    1. Reprinted in: Phys.orgGovernment Executive
  16. Chen, Vivia; “Bad News for Female Lawyers with Republican Bosses” The American Lawyer; April 7, 2016
  17. Brown, Elizabeth; “Bosses Who Donate to Republicans Are Less Likely to Promote Female Staff”; March 1, 2016
  18. Guest, Greta; “Your boss’s political views could make or break your promotion” Latina Lista; March 1, 2016
    1. Reprinted in MyInforms, The North Dallas Gazette
  19. Levine, Schneier, and Noah; “REPORT: WOMEN DO BETTER WITH LIBERAL BOSSES” Politico; August 3, 2016
  20. McLellan, Lizzy “Law Firms a ‘Petri Dish’ for Bias, Gender Inequity” In Depth Analysis October 25, 2016

Matching Platforms and HIV Incidence: An Empirical Investigation of Race, Gender, and Socio-Economic Status

  1. Goode, Leslie; “Myth or reality? Are social media triggering an explosion in sexually transmitted infections?” BMJ Sexually Transmitted Infection Blog; July 23, 2015
  2. Cara, Ed; “Craigslist Sex Led To 13.5% Increase In Florida HIV Rate, $710M In Medical Costs” Medical Daily, June 2, 2015
  3. Cohen, Jesse “Study Links Craigslist with Higher HIV Rates” The Daily Caller
  4. PTI “Online hookup sites may increase HIV rates: Study” The Economic Times; June 1, 2015
  5. Shea, Chris; “Online Hookup Sites Increate HIV Rates in Sometimes-Surprising Ways” News at Smith; May 20, 2015
  6. Miller, Hallie; “STUDY: Craigslist presence linked to high HIV rates in areas new to the site” The Diamondback; July 15, 2015

Can You Gig It? An Empirical Examination of the Gig-Economy and Entrepreneurial Activity

  1. Lee, Louise “Gig Work May Stifle Some Startups” The Wall Street Journal; November 26, 2017;
  2. Vedantam, Shankar “Gig Economy Reduces Lower Quality Entrepreneurial Activity, Study Shows” National Public Radio: Morning Edition; May 24, 2016;
  3. Mandelbaum, Robb “How Uber Helps the Entrepreneurial Economy” Forbes; May 25, 2016
  4. Guest, Greta “Gig economy: Entrepreneurs need not apply” University of Michigan News; May 25, 2016;
    1. Reprinted in:
  5. Brooks, Chad “Is the On-Demand Economy Helping or Hurting Entrepreneurship?” Business News Daily; June 8, 2016;
  6. “Is Uber helping weed out all the bad Kickstarter ideas?” Brooklyn; May 20, 2016

Traders, Guns, and Money: An Event Study of Mass Shootings and Stock Prices of Gun Manufacturers

  1. Sommer, Jeff; “Does a Pistol Belong in Your Stock Portfolio?” The New York Times; June 27, 2015
  2. Rocheleau, Matt “Gunmaker stock prices have surged amid rise in mass shootings” The Boston Globe; June 13, 2016
  3. Gray, Wesley; “How Mass Shootings Influence The Firearms Manufacturers Stock Price” Value Walk; April 29, 2015
  4. Haughey, John; “Study: ‘Salient’ shootings could spur attitude change, new era of gun control” Outdoor Life; April 20, 2015  
  5. Gray, Wesley; “Traders, Guns, and Money” Alpha Architect; April 29, 2015
  6. Trilling, David “Markets starting to shrug off mass shootings” Journalist’s Resource; June 8, 2017
  7. Shea, Chris; “Stock Market’s View of Gun Control: It’s Coming” News at Smith; April 15, 2015
  8. Kuls, Norbert; “Die Wall Street und der Massenmord” Frankfurter Allgemeine; August 7, 2015

Tempting Fate: Firm Social Media Posting, Customer Purchase, and the Loss of Followers

  1. Noah Tanen; “Study suggests social media marketing hurts business long-term” The Temple News; April 25, 2017
  2. Cineas, Fabiola “Temple Study Finds Social Media Marketing Harms Business Long-Term” Philadelphia Magazine; May 1, 2017
  3. Vedantam, Shankar “The Pitfalls of Social Media Marketing” NPRs Morning Edition; September 29, 2017
  4. Beery, Zoe; “Temple University researchers expose the pitfalls of social advertising” Campaign Live; October 6, 2017
  5. Vito, Christopher “How Brands Lose Followers by Social Media Over-Posting” Fox School Press Release; October 9, 2017

Vocal Minority and Silent Majority: How do Online Ratings Reflect Population Perceptions of Quality?

  1. Stadler, Shane; “Physician-Rating Websites are Biased in Picking Doctors, Exaggerating Consumer Opinions, Says PaperMedical Justice; June 22, 2011
  2. Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences; “Are physician-rating websites biased? Study examines bias in picking doctors, exaggerating consumer opinions.” Science Daily; June 14, 2011­/releases/2011/06/110614115636.htm
  3. Qiu, Yixin; “Do online doctor ratings reflect public perceptions of doctor quality?” Health Integrity Research Report; August 8, 2017

Performance effects related to the sequence of implementation of health information technologies

  1. Benchley, RS; “The DNA of Health IT” Notre Dame Business Magazine; Spring, 2011

General Media Interviews

  1. Dewey, Caitlin; “Why the liquor industry wants to get self-driving cars on the road” The Washington Post; March 13, 2018
    • Reprinted in: The Los Angeles Times, The Providence Journal, The News Herald, Tulsa World