Igel is a teacher and researcher focusing on decision-making and behaviors at work in the sports business. He uses sports as a starting point for exploring questions about business, politics, and society. Igel began his teaching career at New York University, where he is now a clinical associate professor at the NYU School of Professional Studies Tisch Institute and a co-director at NYU Sports & Society. Prior to arriving at NYU, Igel served as program advisor to senior executives of large corporations and professional service firms, entertainers, and elite competitive athletes at La Palestra in New York. Before that, he trained in the sports medicine/player development department of a Major League Baseball club. In addition to his contributions to Forbes.com, Igel's research can be found in industry and social science journals, reference books, and the popular press.
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Health Law Hits Hiring, Ups Prices In 5 States - Yahoo Finance
One limit to ObamaCare's economic drag is the possibility of evading its mandates by outsourcing work. The Fed surveys show that to be a popular tactic. In the Philadelphia area, 14% of manufacturers said they've boosted outsourcing on account of ObamaCare vs. 3% outsourcing less. In the New York region, 19% of manufacturers and 9% of service firms say they've stepped up outsourcing in response. The two most widespread impacts of ObamaCare reported by businesses are rising insurance bills for employees and higher prices for customers. In the Philadelphia region, including parts of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, 29% of manufacturers said they've raised prices to offset ObamaCare's impact, with 0% saying the law led to a price cut.
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