Post Tagged with: "Janet Schwartz"

Research Notes: Daniel Mochon and Janet Schwartz

Research Notes: Daniel Mochon and Janet Schwartz

Daniel Mochon and Janet Schwartz’s paper “Gain without pain: The extended effects of a behavioral health intervention” has been accepted for publication in Management Science. Financial incentive programs are an […]

August 5, 2015 ×
Nola.com: Will Blue Bell bounce back from recall?

Nola.com: Will Blue Bell bounce back from recall?

From Nola.com, May 21, 2015: Loyal customers may return, but the recall is “incredibly damaging,” especially in areas where Blue Bell is still an unfamiliar name, said Janet Schwartz, an […]

May 21, 2015 ×
Conference explores morality in the marketplace

Conference explores morality in the marketplace

When it comes to business scandals, names like Madoff, Leman and Enron are top of mind. But why do people misbehave in the marketplace? That was the subject of a […]

October 14, 2014 ×
Scientific American: The Health Insurance Shell Game

Scientific American: The Health Insurance Shell Game

From Scientific American, June 17, 2013: Janet Schwartz, assistant professor of marketing at the Freeman School and an expert on the intersection of marketing and public policy with regard to […]

June 18, 2013 ×
Fox Business: Costly Vaccines Linked to False Sense of Security?

Fox Business: Costly Vaccines Linked to False Sense of Security?

From Fox Business, Feb. 7, 2013 What’s in a price? When it comes to medicines, the cost could affect your health and well-being, according to Janet Schwartz, assistant professor of […]

February 7, 2013 ×
Consumers judge risk of illness by the cost of the cure

Consumers judge risk of illness by the cost of the cure

When it comes to calculating their odds of getting the flu, consumers look to an unlikely gauge – the price of the flu shot – to measure their risk, according […]

January 4, 2013 ×

Research Notes: Prof. Janet Schwartz

Janet Schwartz’s paper “Price Inferences for Sacred vs. Secular Goods: Changing the Price of Medicine Influences Perceived Health Risk” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Consumer Research. […]

September 10, 2012 ×
Study shows 'downsizing' options beat calorie warnings in convincing diners to eat less

Study shows 'downsizing' options beat calorie warnings in convincing diners to eat less

Studies have shown fast-food calorie postings do little to deter diners from overeating. A better approach may be for restaurants to simply ask consumers if they’d like smaller portions, according […]

February 8, 2012 ×