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VSB COMMUNITY RESPONSE TO COVID-19

  

  

The Philadelphia Inquirer 
Villanova School of Business - Alumni Announcement
Drawing strength from Memorial Days of the past as we face COVID struggles today | Opinion

Boston 25 News
Villanova School of Business - Alumni Announcement
Headbands for Heroes: Local companies team up to help front-line workers

Fox News
Villanova School of Business - Alumni Announcement
NJ residents start national movement to feed health care workers during COVID-19

The Philadelphia Inquirer 
Villanova School of Business - Alumni Announcement
Why the Union League’s fund for employees could be a model for others: ‘They deserve it’


VSB FACULTY EXPERTS SHARE THEIR EXPERTISE RELATED TO COVID-19

KYW Newsradio
David Fiorenza (Economics) 
How the record breaking GDP plunge fits into the coronavirus economic nightmare

Forbes 
Charles R. "Ray" Taylor (Marketing & Business Law)
Is COVID Making Marketing Influencers More Influential?

EurekAlert
David Anderson (Management & Operations)
COVID-19 news from Annals of Internal Medicine

Forbes 
Dean Joyce E. A. Russell (Management & Operations)
Leading In Times Of Crisis

KYW Newsradio
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Warning signs for the economy as coronavirus unemployment claims creep higher

New York Times 
Matthew Manion (Center for Church Management) 
With Tourists Gone, St. Patrick's Cathedral Pleads for Help

Forbes 
Charles R. "Ray" Taylor (Marketing & Business Law)
The New Normal: Long-Term Impacts Of Covid-19 On Marketers

NBC 10
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Financial Impact of Philly Canceling Large-Scale Events

KYW Newsradio
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Bracing for another round of layoffs as coronavirus cases keep rising

NBC 10
David Fiorenza (Economics) 
What Does the Road to Reopening Look Like?

KYW Newsradio 
David Fiorenza (Economics) 
COVID-19 cases are spiking, and that may change the shape of America's economic recovery

6 ABC 
David Fiorenza (Economics) 
Even as states reopen, COVID-19 pandemic continues to devastate economy

NJTV News
David Fiorenza (Economics)
AC casinos plan July 2 open but fewer workers get rehired

BizEd
Kathleen Iacocca (Managements & Operations) 
Mining for Meaning in COVID-19

KYW Newsradio
David Fiorenza (Economics)
The Philly area is opening back up, but that doesn't mean every job is coming back

Bond Buyer
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Philadelphia confronts widening deficit as budget deadline nears

Seeking Alpha
Victor Li (Economics)
Grading The Federal Reserve's Response To The Covid-19 Pandemic

KYW Newsradio 
David Fiorenza (Economics)
The extra $600 per week for COVID-19 unemployment ends soon. What's next?

Forbes 
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing & Business Law)
Can Gyms Come Back From COVID-19 By Using New Technology?

Courthouse News Service 
Michael Pagano (Finance)
Dow Gets 800-Point Surge, Nasdaq Nearly at February High

KYW 
David Fiorenza (Economics)
The May jobs report was shocking. Is this what an economic recovery looks like?

Supply Chain Brain
Katie Iacocca (Management & Operations)
Watch: How Can States Start Opening Again?

Philly Tribune
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Philadelphia’s tourism industry needs federal assistance to recover

KYW
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Ask an economist: Why did home sales go up in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic?

Church Executive 
Matthew F. Manion (Center for Church Management)
Training to return to church in a COVID-19 environment

Technically Philly
Villanova School of Business - Student Announcement 
Internship canceled because of COVID-19? The 2020 Philly Startup Sprint could be your alternative

Yahoo News
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Jersey Shore On Memorial Day Weekend: New Vibes, Some Familiarity

CNN
Charles Zech (Center for Church Management)
The rush to reopen churches goes beyond politics

KYW
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Can recreational marijuana help broke states recover from COVID-19?

PBS Lehigh Valley
Katie Iacocca (Management & Operations)
Why Grocery Store Prices Are Rising - And May Stay That Way

Forbes
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing & Business Law)
Home Cooking? How A Spice Marketer Has Adapted To COVID-19 Trends

The Daily Register
Charles Zech
What’s the Secret for Parishes to Thrive Under Pandemic’s Financial Pressures?

KYW
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Ask an economist: Is the worst of the COVID-19 fallout behind us?

The Washington Post
Charles E. Zech (Center for Church Management)
About three-quarters of U.S. Catholic parishes applied for government paycheck protection

KYW
David Fiorenza (Economics)
The numbers say paychecks got bigger since the start of COVID-19, but that's not good news

NJ Spotlight
David Fiorenza (Economics)
NJ Unemployment Claims Top 1 Million, But 305,000 Are Still Unpaid

World Bank Blog
Christopher Kilby (Economics)
Aid effectiveness during the COVID-19 pandemic: This time it must be better

National Catholic Reporter
Charles E. Zech (Center for Church Management)
Parishes pivot to online giving, plan for pandemic's financial effects

Forbes
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing & Business Law)
How Can A Small Business Stay Afloat During COVID-19? Lessons From A Microbrewery And “Tiger King”

Philadelphia Business Journal 
Shawn Howton (Finance and Real Estate) 
King of Prussia Mall will eventually reopen, but the shopping mecca may never be the same

KYW
David Fiorenza (Economics)
The Jersey Shore's harsh economic reality during coronavirus

Finder UK
Beth Vallen (Marketing & Business Law)
How to limit credit card usage during a pandemic

NBC 10
Katie Iacocca (Management & Operations)
Possible meat shortage may result in "panic purchasing"

KYW
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Ask an economist: Could states go bankrupt because of COVID-19?

Fast Company
Cheryl Carleton (Economics)
Replacing workers after COVID-19 is going to come with a high cost for everyone

NJTV News
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Some Small Businesses in Danger of Closing for Good

6ABC
Dean Joyce E. A. Russell (Management & Operations)
Expert offers advice on improving work from home set-up during stay-at-home order

VSB YouTube Channel
Jonathan Doh (Management & Operations)
COVID-19, Culture and the Power of Nudge: How to Get Western Societies to Respond to Covid-19 Like Eastern Ones

CatholicPhilly
Matthew Manion (Center for Church Management)
Not to lay off: You have staffing options during COVID-19 crisis

The Conversation
Cheryl Carleton (Economics)
Replacing workers has many costs

Crux and Catholic News Service
Matthew Manion (Center for Church Management)
Prepare now for post-pandemic ministry, church professionals urge

KYW 
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Ask an economist: should everyone get $2,000 a month until the coronavirus pandemic is over?

National Catholic Reporter
Center for Church Management
With collection plates drying up, parishes race to SBA loans to avert layoffs

Forbes 
Dean Joyce E. A. Russell (Management & Operations)
For Those Of Us Working From Home: It’s Time For The New Normal

Forbes 
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing & Business Law)
J&J’s COVID-19 Vaccine Web Series: Taking CSR To A New Level

KYW 
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Ask an economist: After historic job losses due to coronavirus, how much longer can we keep this up?

WARC
Jeremy Kees (Marketing & Business Law)
Marketers seek to map out "after Corona" world

KYW (radio)
David Fiorenza (Economics)
An economist helps us make sense of the record high coronavirus unemployment numbers

KYW (radio)
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Pa. unemployment compensation hotline overwhelmed with callers

Market Watch
David Fiorenza (Economics)
These housing markets are in danger of a coronavirus-related recession

Forbes 
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing & Business Law)
How Brands Can Successfully Engage With Consumers Quarantined Due To Covid-19

CCN 
Victor Li (Economics)
The Trump Stimulus Will Catch Up With Us Sooner Rather Than Later

Courthouse News Service
Michael Pagano (Finance) 
Pandemic-Ravaged Dow Clocks Worst Quarter Ever

Forbes
Stephen J. Andriole (Accounting & Information Systems)
It’s Time For An Internet-For-All Public Utility (Before Corona Crashes It)

Catholic Apostolate Center
Center for Church Management
Accompaniment in Isolation

Forbes
Dean Joyce E. A. Russell (Management & Operations)
So, Now You’re In Video Meetings: The Do’s And Don’ts

Realtor
David Fiorenza (Economics)
As a Coronavirus Recession Looms, These Metros Are On the Front Lines

NBC 10
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Economist’s Advice for Waiters and Tipped Workers: Submit Unemployment Claims Now

NBC 10
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Pennsylvanians Filed 650K Jobless Claims in Last 11 Days

World Advertising Research Center 
Jeremy Kees (Marketing & Business Law)
CMOs focus on “story-doing” in COVID-19 response

KYW Newsradio 1060 
David Fiorenza (Economics)
We asked an economist about the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus and what his biggest concerns are right now

Our Sunday Visitor

Matthew Manion (Center for Church Management)
Without weekly collections, parishes facing financial stress amid the pandemic

Forbes
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing & Business Law)
A Timely Model For New Home Buying: Taking The Giant Mark-Ups Out Of Upgrades In A Post- Corona Virus World

Philadelphia Magazine
David Fiorenza (Economics)
8 Ways to Support the Local Economy During the Coronavirus Shutdown

NBC 10 
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Unemployment rises amid COVID-19 economic concerns

Austin Business Journal 
Keith Wright (Accounting & Information Systems)
Coronavirus causes dire economic predictions but there's reason to be optimistic about Austin

Catholic Philly
 
Matthew Manion (Center for Church Management)
Five things church leaders should do about coronavirus
March 17, 2020

Ocean City Patch 
David Fiorenza (Economics)
How Coronavirus Could Impact Summer Business In Ocean City

VILLANOVA FACULTY SHARE THEIR EXPERTISE ON THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) PANDEMIC

During this unprecedented time with the public looking for the latest accurate and timely information on coronavirus (COVID-19), Villanova faculty have been active in sharing their expertise on various aspects of the pandemic, including health, psychology, history and economic.