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    Song-Hee Kim, Ward Whitt, Won Cha () "A Data-Driven Model of an Appointment-Generated Arrival Process at an Outpatient Clinic ,"  INFORMS JOURNAL ON COMPUTING  30, 181-199.
    Gerry Ledford, Edward Lawler () "The Elusive Linkage Between CEO Pay and Performance ,"  Management Research: Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management, Emerald Publishing Limited  16, 57-65.
    Brett Hollenbeck, Sridhar Moorthy, Davide Proserpio () "Advertising Strategy in the Presence of Reviews: An Empirical Analysis ,"  Proceedings of the 2018 ACM Conference on Economics and Computation, 7--7.
    Daniel Fehder, Michael Porter, Scott Stern () "The Empirics of Social Progress: The Interplay between Subjective Well-Being and Societal Performance ,"  AEA Papers and Proceedings   108, 477-482.
    Kyle Barron, Edward Kung, Davide Proserpio () "The Sharing Economy and Housing Affordability: Evidence from Airbnb ,"  Proceedings of the 2018 ACM Conference on Economics and Computation, 5--5.
    Cary Frydman, Samuel Hartzmark, David Solomon () "Rolling Mental Accounts ,"  Review of Financial Studies  31.
    Michael Bikard, Keyvan Vakili, Florenta Teodoridis () "When Collaboration Bridges Institutions: The Impact of Industry Collaboration on Academic Productivity ,"  Organization Science.
    Thomas Greckhamer, Santi Furanri, Peer Fiss, Ruth Aguilera () "Studying Configurations with Qualitative Comparative Analysis: Best Practices in Strategy and Organization Research ,"  Strategic Organization  16, 482-495.
    Jae Kim, Pervin Shroff, Dushyantkumar Vyas, Regina Wittenberg Moerman () "Credit Default Swaps and Managers’ Voluntary Disclosure ,"  Journal of Accounting Research  56, 953-988.
    Guangwen Kong, Sampath Rajagopalan, Chunyang Tong () "Pricing Diagnosis-Based Services When Customers Exhibit Sunk Cost Bias ,"  Production and Operations Management  27, 1303-1319.
    Florenta Teodoridis, Michael Bikard, Keyvan Vakili () "When Generalists Are Better Than Specialists, and Vice Versa ,"  Harvard Business Review.