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Research Fair

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2021 Research Fair 


The Research Fair is organized by the Marshall Committee on Research and Faculty Recognition to showcase and share faculty research and insights.

 

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https://www.marshall.usc.edu/news/research-fair-2021


Presenters

Davide Proserpio

Davide Proserpio
Assistant Professor of Marketing & Kenneth King Stonier Assistant Professor of Business Administration

"The Market for Fake Reviews"

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Florenta Teodoridis

Florenta Teodoridis
Assistant Professor of Management and Organization

"Innovation: Humans vs Technology"

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Greys Sosic

Greys Sosic
Chair and Professor of the Department of Data Sciences and Operations

"Supply Chains: Costs and Emissions Analysis for Co-Production of Salt and Freshwater from U.S. Seawater"

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Cary Frydman

Cary Frydman
Associate Professor of Finance and Business Economics

"From Brain Scans to Stock Markets"

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2020 Research Fair Videos

Nathanael Fast 
The Psychology of Artificial Intelligence Adoption

Yingying Fan
Reproducible and Interpretable Inference with Big Data

Tom Chang
Environment Economics

Richard Sloan
Generally Unaccepted Accounting Principles

Christina Lubinski
Entrepreneurship Meets Nationalism: A Historical Exploration

Anthony Dukes
When the Marketer Knows more about the  Consumer than the Consumer

2019 Research Fair Videos

Highlights
2019 Marshall Research Fair 

Leigh Tost
Uncovering Unintended Consequences of Diversity Initiatives Recap

Leigh Tost
Uncovering Unintended Consequences of Diversity Initiatives Full 

Paat Rusmevichientong
Alleviating the Curse of Dimensionality in Managing Reusable Products 

Paat Rusmevichientong
Alleviating the Curse of Dimensionality in Managing Reusable Products Full 

Clive Lennox
The Law of Unintended Consequences Recap

Clive Lennox
The Law of Unintended Consequences Full

Jill Kickul
Catalyzing Social Innovation: Is Entrepreneurial Bricolage Always Good? Recap

Jill Kickul
Catalyzing Social Innovation: Is Entrepreneurial Bricolage Always Good? Full

Joseph Nunes
Selling Status Recap

Joseph Nunes
Selling Status Full

Gerard Hoberg
Is Business Research Dynamic Enough? Recap

Gerard Hoberg
Is Business Research Dynamic Enough? Full

2018 Research Fair Videos

Patricia Dechow
Earnings Manipulation

Chris Parsons
The World is Not Flat: Which Cities are Best (or Worst) for Shareholders of Public Companies?

Jinchi Lv
Data Science Powering Big Data Analytics

Debbie Macinnis and CW Park
A Tripartite Model of Brand Relationship Drivers: Brand Trust, Brand Love, and Brand Respect

Lori Yue
Business collective action in the wake of financial crises: Lessons from the Panic of 1907

Pai-Ling Yin
Platforms & Competition: Mobile Apps

2017 Research Fair Videos

Leon Zhu
The Business Case for Non-cash Charitable Contributions

Noam Wasserman
The Founder's Dilemmas: Anticipating and Avoiding the Pitfalls that can sink a Statup

Violina Rindova
Creative Strategizing: Where Cognition Meets Culture

Kenneth Ahern
Illegal Insider Trading Networks

Dina Mayzlin
Firms Management of Social Interactions

Clive Lennox
Factors Influencing Audit Outcomes

2016 Research Fair Videos

Regina Wittenberg-Moerman
Transparency and Debt Markets

Helena Yli-Renko
Tweaks and Pivots:How Business Models Emerge and Evolve in Early-Stage Firms

Arthur Korteweg
A 12-minute Walk Along Silicon Beach: Investing in Venture Capital and Start-up Firms

Wenguang Sun
Selected Topics in Large-Scale Statistical Inference: Signal Detection, Sparsity Estimation & Multiple Testing

Gerard Tellis
Radical Innovation: Patterns, Profit, Pitfalls

Cheryl Wakslak
Bridging Distance

Peter Cardon
How Leaders Can Communicate on Internal Digital Platforms to Drive Better Culture and Better Performance