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Stuart Research Presentations - 2018-19

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 2018-19 academic year are listed below.

Fall 2018

September 14, 2018

  • Imir Arifi, IIT Stuart School of Business, Transforming Organizations with The Power of AI
  • Yiwei Fang, IIT Stuart School of Business, Corporate Culture and Firm Value: Evidence from Crisis

September 21, 2018

  • Sang Baum Kang, IIT Stuart School of Business, Two Papers on Real Option Approach and the Future of Coal-fired Electric Power Plants
  • David Ehrlich, IIT Stuart School of Business, Realizing Policy Goals: Heuristic Tools for Implementation

September 28, 2018

  • Rick Cooper and Marat Molyboga, IIT Stuart School of Business, The Term Premium Puzzle in Futures Markets
  • Priyanka Sharma, IIT Stuart School of Business, Big Leaps or Small Steps: An Innovator's Dilemma

October 5, 2018

Li Cai and Ph.D. students, IIT Stuart School of Business:

  • Li Cai and Mauro Hamz, Finding New Markets: Searching for Profitability in Government-Bond Basis Trading in Emerging Markets
  • Li Cai, Yanfeng Li, Hao Shen, and Yao Xie, Timing the Style
  • Li Cai and Will Gogolak, Faster Factors: Frequent Time Intervals for Commodity Futures Factor Investing
  • Li Cai and Justin London, Forecasting Tail Risk from Skewness and Kurtosis Implied in Risk Neutral Densities and Option Prices

October 12, 2018

  • Li Cai and Shengsi Li, IIT Stuart School of Business, Sharpen Factor Investing
  • Li Cai, Rick Cooper, and Jingqi Zhang, IIT Stuart School of Business, On the Flow of Active ETFs

October 26, 2018

  • Haizhi Wang and Bo Wang, IIT Stuart School of Business, Social Capital and Regional Innovation: Evidence from Private Firms
  • Ricky Cooper, Jonthan Seddon, and Ben Van Vliet, IIT Stuart School of Business, Expected Capability Theory

November 2, 2018

  • Martin Bariff, IIT Stuart School of Business, Model Management for Big Data Analytics
  • Arjun Chakravarti, IIT Stuart School of Business, The Use of Virtual and Augmented Reality in the Communication of Sea Rise: The Case of Fort Lauderdale

November 30, 2018

  • Haizhi Wang and Jianrong Wang, IIT Stuart School of Business, Social Capital and Cost of Debt: Evidence from Private Placement
  • Liad Wagman and Jian Jia, IIT Stuart School of Business, The Economic Effects of GDPR

Spring 2019

February 15, 2019

  • Jian Jia and Liad Wagman, IIT Stuart School of Business, The Short-Run Effects of the General Data Protection Regulation on Technology Venture Investment
  • Li Cai and Di He, IIT Stuart School of Business, Is There an Opportunity Cost of Being Socially Responsible in Factor Investing?

February 22, 2019

  • Priyanka Sharma and Liad Wagman, IIT Stuart School of Business, Advertising and Voter Data in Biased Political Contests
  • Giacomo Gistri, University of Macerata, Italy and Siva Balasubramanian, IIT Stuart School of Business, Priming Product Placements—New Empirical Findings

March 8, 2019

  • Siva K. Balasubramanian and Haizhi Wang, IIT Stuart School of Business, New Insights on Financial Impact of Product Placements Over Time
  • Smriti Anand, IIT Stuart School of Business, No Family Left Behind: Idiosyncratic Work Arrangements for Employees with Stigmatized Family Identities

March 29, 2019

  • Yiwei Fang and Zihao Yang, IIT Stuart School of Business, Corporate Tax and Corporate Social Responsibility

April 5, 2019

  • Andrew Kumiega and Ph.D. students, IIT Stuart School of Business, Effective Process Controls for the Management for Machine Learning Automation

April 19, 2019

  • Sang Baum Kang and Ph.D. students, IIT Stuart School of Business, Three presentations of preliminary research results from Professor Kang's Ph.D. students

April 26, 2019

  • Sang Baum Kang, IIT Stuart School of Business, Exercising Real Options Sooner or Later? New Insights from Quantile-preserving Spreads on How to Fasten or Delay Exercise
  • Dinakar Jayarajan, IIT Stuart School of Business, Changing the Power Equation: A Structural Analysis of the Impact of Used Car Markets on the Automobile Distribution Channel

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