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Eller is home to top researchers in the fields of accounting, finance, economics, management, MIS, and marketing. Browse the latest work from our faculty — click a link below for a particular area, or scroll down for all of the Research Buzz at Eller:



Does Audit Market Concentration Harm Audit Quality?Does Audit Market Concentration Harm Audit Quality?
Evidence from Audit Markets in 42 Countries
Authors: Jere R. Francis, Paul N. Michas, and Scott Seavey
Keywords: audit, Big Four auditors, international audit, accounting, audit market share
U.S. Investors and International DiversificationU.S. Investors and International Diversification
Mandatory IFRS Adoption and the U.S. Home Bias
Authors: Inder K. Khurana and Paul N. Michas
Keywords:accounting, IFRS, home bias, international investment

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Negative Emissions and Technology PoliciesNegative Emissions and Technology Policies
Corporate Strategy, Analyst Coverage, and the Uniqueness Paradox
Authors: Derek M. Lemoine, Sabine Fuss, Jana Szolgayova, Michael Obersteiner, and Daniel M. Kammen
Keywords: climate change, economics, environmental policy, negative emissions, carbon dioxide, CO2
New Tools for Economic AnalysisNew Tools for Economic Analysis
Impossibility Results for Nondifferential Functionals
Authors: Keisuke Hirano and Jack R. Porter
Keywords: game theory, economics, decision-theoretic framework, econometrics

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Constraints to Adoption of InnovationConstraints to Adoption of Innovation
Corporate Strategy, Analyst Coverage, and the Uniqueness Paradox
Authors: Lubomir Litov, Patrick Moreton, and Todd R. Zenger
Keywords: innovation, finance, corporate strategy, analyst coverage, uniqueness paradox
Finding the True Value of a SecurityFinding the True Value of a Security
Noisy Prices and Inference Regarding Returns
Authors: Elena Asparouhova, Hendrik Bessembinder, and Ivalina Kalcheva
Keywords: finance, premia estimates, security prices, price noise
Why Does Financial Strength Forecast Stock Returns?Why Does Financial Strength Forecast Stock Returns?
Evidence from Subsequent Demand by Institutional Investors
Authors: Nicole Choi and Richard Sias
Keywords: stock forecasts, finance, abnormal returns, retail investors, institutional investors
How Wise are Crowds?How Wise are Crowds?
Insights from Retail Orders and Stock Returns
Authors: Eric K. Kelley and Paul C. Tetlock
Keywords: retail buying, stock buying, finance, negative stock returns, Dow Jones Newswires, passive orders, retail investors
Accounting Conservatism and Key Firm StakeholdersAccounting Conservatism and Key Firm Stakeholders
Suppliers and Customers' Influence on Accounting Practices
Authors: Kai Wai Hui, Sandy Klasa, Eric Yeung
Keywords: accounting conservatism, accounting practices, accounting, influence of suppliers and customers

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Management and Organizations

Narrow Personality Traits and Organizational AttractionNarrow Personality Traits and Organizational Attraction
Evidence for the Complementary Hypothesis
Authors: Jerel Slaughter and Edgar E. Kausel
Keywords: personality traits, management, interactionist, organizational attractiveness
Best Practices in Smoking Cessation ProgramsBest Practices in Smoking Cessation Programs
Awareness of Evidence-Based Practices by Organizations in a Smoking Cessation Network
Authors: Keith Provan, Jonathan E. Beagles, Scott J. Leischow, and Liesbeth Mercken
Keywords: smoking cessation, North American Quitline Consortium, networks, network ties, management
Sleep and Self-ControlSleep and Self-Control
Examining the Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Workplace Deviance
Authors: Michael S. Christian and Aleksander Ellis
Keywords: sleep deprivation, workplace deviance, productivity, management
A Matter of ChoiceA Matter of Choice
The Decoy Effect as a Covert Influence Tactic
Authors: Jerel Slaughter, Edgar E. Kausel, and Miguel Quiñones
Keywords: decoy effect, influence tactic, employee selection, management
Thick as ThievesThick as Thieves
The Effects of Ethical Orientation and Psychological Safety on Unethical Behavior in Teams
Authors: Aleksander Ellis and Matthew Pearsall
Keywords: ethics, psychological safety, teams, unethical behavior, management


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Management Information Systems

Who Does WhatWho Does What
Collaboration Patterns on Wikipedia and Their Impact on Article Quality
Authors: Sudha Ram and Jun Liu
Keywords: collaboration, MIS, Wikipedia, crowdsourcing, web 2.0
Judging Borrowers by the Company They KeepJudging Borrowers by the Company They Keep
Friendship Networks and Information Asymmetry in Online Peer-to-Peer Lending
Authors: Mingfeng Lin, Nagpurnanand R. Prabhala, and Siva Viswanathan
Keywords: peer-to-peer lending, online lending, micro loans, networks, MIS
Deciphering Word-of-Mouth in Social MediaDeciphering Word-of-Mouth in Social Media
Text-Based Metrics of Consumer Reviews
Authors: Zhu Zhang, Yubo Chen, and Xin Li
Keywords: word-of-mouth, social media, online reviews, consumer behavior, marketing, MIS
A Stitch in Time Saves NineA Stitch in Time Saves Nine
Modeling Spatial and Temporal Set-Based Constraints During Conceptual Database Design
Authors: Sudha Ram and Faiz Currim
Keywords: database design, conceptual modeling, MIS

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Marketing WisdomMarketing Wisdom
Marketing Management and the Use of Marketing Research
Authors: Sidney J. Levy
Keywords: marketing management, marketing research, marketing in society, study of consumers, marketing, marketplace issues, nature of marketing
The Attribute Carryover EffectThe Attribute Carryover Effect
What the "Runner-Up" Option Tells Us About Consumer Choice Processes
Authors: Wendy Attaya Boland, Merrie Brucks, and Jesper Nielsen
Keywords: consumer behavior, marketing, decision-making, carryover effect
Temporal and Focal Dynamics of Volitional Re-ConsumptionTemporal and Focal Dynamics of Volitional Re-Consumption
A Phenomenological Investigation of Repeated Hedonic Experiences
Authors: Cristel Antonia Russell and Sidney J. Levy
Keywords: temporal dynamics, focal dynamics, volitional re-consumption, consumer behavior, marketing, emotional luxury
Intracommunity GiftingIntracommunity Gifting
The Intersection of Contemporary Moral and Market Economies
Authors: Michelle Weinberger and Melanie Wallendorf
Keywords: intracommunity gifting, gifting, marketing, ethnographic study, dyadic gifts, Hurricane Katrina, moral economy, Mardi Gras, New Orleans, intersection of market and moral economy, corporate sponsorship
A History of the Concept of BrandingA History of the Concept of Branding
Practice and Theory
Authors: Wilson Bastos and Sidney J. Levy
Keywords: branding, marketing, origin of branding, branding history
Is It Light or Dark?Is It Light or Dark?
Recalling Moral Behavior Changes Perception of Brightness
Authors: Pronobesh Banerjee, Promothesh Chatterjee, and Jayati Sinha
Keywords: marketing, ethics, moral behavior, light and ethics, light and moral behavior, dark and unethical behavior, embodied cognition
Self and BrandSelf and Brand
Overlap between Mental Representations
Authors: Merrie Brucks and Rebecca K. Trump
Keywords: self and brand, brand relationships, branding, marketing, consumer behavior, psychological identity
Intègraphy Intègraphy
A Multi-Method Approach to Situational Analysis
Authors: Sidney J. Levy
Keywords: Intègraphy, situational analysis, marketing, introspection, marketing
Knowledge Does Not Necessarily Make the Heart Grow FonderKnowledge Does Not Necessarily Make the Heart Grow Fonder
The Moderating Role of Knowledge on Accessibility Experiences
Authors: Jayati Sinha and Dhananjay Nayakankuppam
Keywords: marketing, accessibility experiences, phenomenological experience, role of knowledge on accessibility experiences

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