Following are faculty publications and awards, by department, for the month of August, 2021.
Data Sciences and Operations
"Online Debiasing for Adaptively Collected High-dimensional Data with Applications to Time Series Analysis” (with his Ph.D. student Mohammad Mehrabi, and Yash Deshpande), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of American Statistical Association (JASA).
"FDR Control in GWAS with Population Structure" (with Stephen Bates, Emmanuel Candès, Jonathan Marchini, and Chiara Sabatti) has been accepted for publication by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
“Geographical Pattern of Online Word-of-Mouth: How Offline Environment Influences Online Sharing” (with Max Wei and Joe Golden), has been accepted for publication in Information Systems Research and is forthcoming.
Finance and Business Economics
“Health, Longevity, and Welfare Inequality of Older Americans” (with Ray Miller), has been accepted for publication in the Review of Economics and Statistics.
“Macro News and Micro News: Complements or Substitutes?” (with Jinfei Sheng) has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Financial Economics.
Leventhal School of Accounting
“Client Concerns About Information Spillovers from Sharing Audit Partners” (with Jung-Koo Kang and Vivek Pandey), has been accepted for publication in The Journal of Accounting and Economics.
(Kang is currently a Ph.D. student at Leventhal and Pandey is entering the job market. Lennox serves as the Director of Leventhal’s Ph.D. program.)
“Why Are Expanded Audit Reports Not Informative to Investors? Evidence From the UK” (with Jaime Schmidt and Anne Thompson), has been accepted for publication in The Review of Accounting Studies.
“Authoritarian Transparency: China’s ‘Missing Cases’ in Court Disclosure” (with Zhuang Liu, Yang Yi, and Tianyu Zhang), has been accepted for publication in The Journal of Comparative Economics and is forthcoming.
Was named a “Global Visionary Educator" for 2021 by UiPath, the leading company in the area of Robotic Process Automation (RPA).
Management and Organization
“Sizing Up Entrepreneurial Potential: Gender Differences in Communications and Investor Perceptions of Long-Term Growth and Scalability) (with Laura Huang, Andy Wu, and MOR Ph.D. alumna Priyanka Joshi), has been accepted for publication in the Academy of Management Journal.
“Novelty as Risk and Opportunity: A Situated Cognition Analysis of Psychological Control and Novelty Seeking,” is based on Ph.D. student Bora Min’s thesis and supervised by Schwarz, has been published in The Journal of Consumer Psychology.