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Stuart Research Presentations - 2014-15

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

Friday Research Presentations during the 2014-15 academic year are listed below.

Fall 2014

September 19, 2014

  • Liad WagmanIIT Stuart School of Business, Consumer Privacy Protection in the U.S. Mortgage Market
  • Jennifer CutlerIIT Stuart School of Business, It's Not Me, It's You; Narrative Point of View and Helpfulness in Online Reviews

September 26, 2014

  • Sang Baum Kang, IIT Stuart School of Business, Heterogeneity in Priors and the Representative Agent
  • Smriti Anand, IIT Stuart School of Business, When My Coworkers and I Agree: Leader Fairness, I-Deals and Group Performance

October 3, 2014

  • Nasrin R. Khalili and Ricky Cooper, IIT Stuart School of Business, Financing Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Marat Molyboga and John Bilson, IIT Stuart School of Business, Momentum Models for Investment Advisors

October 10, 2014

  • Nasrin R. Khalili and Cheng Jiang, IIT Stuart School of Business, CSR in China
  • Yiwei Fang, IIT Stuart School of Business, Banking Reform, Risk Taking and Earnings Quality—Evidence from Transition Countries

October 24, 2014

  • Weslynne Ashton, IIT Stuart School of Business, Stimulating market-based incentives for Cleaner Production in Latin America
  • Michael Gorham, IIT Stuart School of Business, The Price of a Seat

October 31, 2014

  • Haizhi Wang, IIT Stuart School of Business, Do Investors Price Ethical Distance? Evidence from Foreign IPOs
  • Li CaiCheng Jiang, and Marat Molyboga, IIT Stuart School of Business, Risk Taking of CTA Managers

November 7, 2014

  • Dinakar Jayarajan, IIT Stuart School of Business, How Long Should a Durable Product Last? The Impact of Durability on Automobile Demand
  • Priyanka Sharma, IIT Stuart School of Business, Searchers Now, Buyers Later
  • Peter Gloor, MIT, The Stupidity of the Crowd and the Wisdom of the Swarm
  • Neale Mahoney, University Chicago Booth School of Business, Regulating Consumer Financial Products: Evidence from Credit Cards

November 14, 2014

  • David Richardson, IIT Stuart School of Business, A structural learning model of Residential Real Estate Pricing
  • Siva K. Balasubramanian and Haizhi Wang, IIT Stuart School of Business, Economic Value of Product Placements: New Insights
  • Michael Gorham, IIT Stuart School of Business, Discussion on Center for Financial Innovations

November 21, 2014

  • Tao Wu, IIT Stuart School of Business, A Multi-curve Random Field LIBOR Market Model
  • Martin Bariff, IIT Stuart School of Business, Big Data Impacts on Master Data Management, Data Governance, Risk, Security, Controls and Auditability
  • Elizabeth Durango-Cohen and L Harris, IIT Stuart School of Business, Teaching Workshop—Presentations/Discussion

December 5, 2014

  • Joel Goldhar, IIT Stuart School of Business, The Impact of Organization Structure on Economic Performance
  • Arjun Chakravarti, IIT Stuart School of Business, Understanding the Drivers of Long-Term Interracial Contact: Insights from a 10 Year Field Experiment
  • Koleman Strumpf, University of Kansas School of Business, Using Markets to Measure the Impact of File Sharing on Movie Revenue (and Lunch)

Spring 2015

January 30, 2015

  • Hong Luo and Sang Baum Kang, Stuart School of Business, The Term Structure of Implied Dividend Yields and Expected Returns
  • Smriti Anand, Stuart School of Business, Individual Deals within Work Teams: The Role of Team Orientation as a Moderator of the Relation between I-deals and Employee Performance

February 6, 2015

  • Wendy Pittman, National Director, Classroom to Career, Classroom to Career—An Online Job and Internship Matching Tool for Stuart Students
  • J. Zhao and Sang Baum Kang, Stuart School of Business, Co-simulation of Risk Factors in the Power Market
  • Pascal Létourneau, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Improved Greeks for American Options Using Simulation

February 13, 2015

  • Jennifer Cutler, Stuart School of Business, Understanding Users Through Twitter Social Network

March 6, 2015

  • Nasrin R. Khalili, Stuart School of Business, Cross Country Analysis of Sustainability Initiatives in Latin America: Application of Kuznets Curve
  • Weslynne Ashton, Stuart School of Business, Stimulating Market Based Incentives for Cleaner Production in Latin America
  • Ghazale Haddadian, Stuart School of Business, Spearheading the Push to Fulfill Large Energy Demand Requirements in a Sustainable Manner: Stochastic Coordination of Thermal Units, Renewable Energy Sources, and EV Fleets

March 27, 2015

  • Haizhi Wang, Stuart School of Business, Banking Power and Firm Risk Taking
  • David Ehrlich, Stuart School of Business, Preliminary Results of an Exploratory Survey on Policy Implementation
  • Tao Wu, Stuart School of Business, The Relation between Counter-Party Default and Interest Rate Volatility, and its Impact on the Credit Risk of Interest Rate Derivatives

April 3, 2015

  • Arjun Chakravarti, Stuart School of Business, Group Structure and Long Term Relationships: A Multi-year Study
  • Ricky Cooper and Ben Van Vliet, Stuart School of Business, Phantom Liquidity and the Flash Boys
  • Christine Miller, Stuart School of Business, Issues in Multiple Disciplinary Collaboration

April 10, 2015

  • Priyanka Sharma and Liad Wagman, Stuart School of Business, Resource Allocation and Information in Simultaneous Contests
  • Dinkar Jayarajan, Stuart School of Business, ;A Study on the Replacement Timing for Durable Products
  • Joel Goldhar, Stuart School of Business, Center for Research on Corporate Performance: Progress Report and Research Results

April 24, 2015

  • Jiong Sun and Yiwei Fang, Stuart School of Business, The Wealth Effects of IPO Along the Supply Chain
  • Martin Bariff, Stuart School of Business, Big Data Impacts on Master Data Management, Data Governance, Risk, Security, Controls, and Auditability
  • Elizabeth Durango-Cohen, Stuart School of Business, Tailoring Contribution Requests to Improve Donor Participation and Monetary Value of Contributions: Insights from a Field Experiment

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