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Faculty Publications for April 2022

April 15, 2022

Following are faculty publications and honors, by department, in alphabetical order, from April 2022.

BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

Lindsey Bier
…gave a research presentation titled “Brand Vietnam: Creating a Country Identity and Country Image for Competitive Advantage” to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Vietnam and the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Vietnam on April 20, 2022.

…presented her study titled “An Experiment on the Effects of Social Identification on Support for Inter-Korean Public Diplomacy Policies Using Mediated and Interpersonal Communication” (with K. Ayhan) at the International Studies Association conference on March 28, 2022.

Peter Cardon and Jolanta Aritz
“Artificial Intelligence in Business Communication: The Changing Landscape of Research and Teaching” (with Getchell, K., Carradini, S., Fleischmann, C., Stapp, J., & Ma, H.) has been accepted for publication in Business and Professional Communication Quarterly.

Janna Wong
…has been asked to once again chair the Provost's Oversight Committee on Athletic Academic Affairs.

 

DATA SCIENCES AND OPERATIONS

Jacob Bien
“Modeling Cell Populations Measured by Flow Cytometry with Covariates Using Sparse Mixture of Regressions” (with postdoc Sangwon (Justin) Hyun), has been accepted to the Annals of Applied Statistics.

“Can Auxiliary Indicators Improve COVID-19 Forecasting and Hotspot Prediction?” (with Sangwon Hyun) has been accepted by PNAS.

“An Open Repository of Real-Time COVID-19 Indicators” (with S. Hyun) has been accepted by PNAS

“Evaluation of Individual and Ensemble Probabilistic Forecasts of COVID-19 Mortality in the U.S.” (with multiple contributors), has been accepted by PNAS

Peng Shi
"Optimal Matchmaking Strategy in Two-Sided Marketplaces" has been accepted for publication in Management Science. 

 

FINANCE AND BUSINESS ECONOMICS

David Hirshleifer
“Visibility Bias in the Transmission of Consumption Beliefs and Undersaving” (with Bing Han and Johan Walden) has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Finance.

 

LEVENTHAL SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING

Regina Wittenberg-Moerman
“Strategic Syndication: Is Bad News Shared in Loan Syndicates?” (With Andrea K. Down and Christopher Williams) has been accepted for publication in Review of Accounting Studies and is forthcoming. 

T. J. Wong
“Political Networks and Stock Price Co-movement: Evidence from network-connected firms in China” has been accepted for publication by the Review of Finance.

 

MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION

Dan Fehder
“Population-Level Evidence of the Gender Gap in Technology Entrepreneurship” (with Milan Miric and Pai-Ling Yin) has been accepted for publication in Strategy Science.

Hyo Kang
“How innovating Firms Manage Knowledge Leakage: A Natural Experiment on the Threat of Worker Departure” (with Wyatt Lee) has been accepted for publication in the Strategic Management Journal.

Hyo was selected in 2021 as the winner of the first CRESSE & CPI award for Young Researchers (in the fields of competition policy, antitrust, and industrial organization).

Milan Miric
“Population-Level Evidence of the Gender Gap in Technology Entrepreneurship” (with Dan Fehder and Pai-Ling Yin) has been accepted for publication in Strategy Science.

 

MARKETING

Joe Nunes
“The Concept of Authenticity: What It Means to Consumers” (with Andrea Ordanini and Gaia Giam), published in the Journal of Marketing in 2021, has won the 2021 Shelby D. Hunt/Harold H. Maynard Award, which recognizes the JOM article published in a given year that has made the most significant contribution to marketing theory.

Davide Proserpio
“The Rise of the Sharing Economy: Estimating the Impact of Airbnb on the Hotel Industry” published in the Journal of Marketing Research in 2017, is now a finalist for the O’Dell Award, for the paper that has made the most significant long-term contribution to marketing theory, methodology, and/or practice. (The award has been renamed Weiner-Weitz-O’Dell).

Stephanie Tully
“Psychological Ownership of (Borrowed) Money” (with Eesha Sharma and Cynthia Cryder) is a finalist for the Paul Green Award, given to the best article published in the Journal of Marketing Research within the last calendar year.