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Friday Research Presentations

Fall 2019 Research Presentations by Stuart Faculty and Students

The Friday Research Presentations series showcases ongoing academic research projects conducted by Stuart School of Business faculty and graduate students, as well as research presentations made by faculty at other leading business schools.

September 27, 2019

Revisiting the Hedging Positions of Oil Producers
Associate Professor of Finance Yiwei Fang
Associate Professor of Finance Sang Baum (Solomon) Kang
You Lu, Stuart Ph.D. student

GDPR and the Localness of Venture Investment
Associate Professor of Economics Liad Wagman
Jian Jia, Stuart Ph.D. student

October 11, 2019

Circular Economy and the Boundaries of the Firm
Associate Professor of Environmental Management and Sustainability Weslynne Ashton
Adjunct Faculty Andre Nogueira, IIT Institute of Design

The Evolution of Corporate Social Responsibility
Harold L. Stuart Endowed Chair in Business Siva Balasubramanian
Associate Professor of Finance Yiwei Fang
Zihao Yang, Stuart Ph.D. student

October 18, 2019

Strategic Alliances and Equity Issuances: Evidence from PIPE
Associate Professor of Finance Haizhi Wang
Jianrong Wang, Stuart Ph.D. student

Do Mandatory Pension Contributions Hinder Innovation?
Associate Professor of Finance Haizhi Wang
Hao Shen, Stuart Ph.D. student

November 1, 2019

High Frequency Quoting in the Futures Markets
Chao Wang, Stuart Ph.D. student

How Is the Market Efficient?
Seun Youn Cha, Stuart Ph.D. student

Patent Policy, Imitation Incentives, and the Rate of Cumulative Innovation
Assistant Professor of Economics Priyanka Sharma

November 8, 2019

New Insights on Financial Impact of Movie Product Placements: Competition and Repetition Effects
Harold L. Stuart Endowed Chair in Business Siva Balasubramanian
Associate Professor of Finance Haizhi Wang

Human Capital Investment and Firm Value: Evidence from Dual-class Shares Firms
Associate Professor of Finance Yiwei Fang
Yanfeng Li, Stuart Ph.D. student

November 22, 2019

When Do Over-qualified Employees Misbehave? Perceived Over-qualification to Counterproductive Work Behaviors Relationship in the Context of Workgroup Justice and Task Interdependence
Associate Professor of Management Smriti Anand

Automation for Machine Learning to Predict Backorders
Assistant Professor of Analytics Andrew Kumiega
Amir Onallah, Stuart Ph.D. student

Guest Research Presentation

September 20, 2019

The Interbank Market Puzzle

Xian Gu University of Pennsylvania/Central U. of Finance and Economics

 

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