Faculty Research Publications

 

Selected Eller Faculty Publications, Fall 2019

Listed alphabetically by faculty member's last name.

Andreas Blume
McClelland Professor of Economics
“Eliciting Private Information with Noise: The Case of Randomized Response”
Games and Economic Behavior
(with E. K. Lai and W. Lim)

Hsinchun Chen
UA Regents’ Professor of MIS
“Hidden Markov Model Based Fall Detection with Motion Sensor Orientation Calibration: A Case for Real-Life Home Monitoring”
IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics
(with
S. Yu, and R. A. Brown)

“Emoticon Analysis for Chinese Social Media and E-Commerce: The AZEmo System”
ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems
(with
S. Yu and H. Zhu)

“Do Electronic Health Records Affect Quality of Care? Evidence from the HITECH Act” Information Systems Research
(with Y. Lin and M. Lin)

Hsinchun Chen
UA Regents’ Professor of MIS
Joe Valacich
Eller Professor of MIS
“DICE-E: A Framework for Conducting Darknet Identification, Collection, Evaluation, with Ethics”
MIS Quarterly
(with
V. Benjamin)

Shannon Chen
Assistant Professor of Accounting
“Media Coverage of Corporate Taxes”
The Accounting Review
(with K. Schuchard amd B. Stomberg)

Preeti Choudhary
Associate Professor of Accounting
“Auditors’ Quantitative Materiality Judgments: Properties and Implications for Financial Reporting Reliability”
Journal of Accounting Research
(with K. Merkley and K. Schipper)

Inga Deimen
Assistant professor of Economics
“Delegated Expertise, Authority, and Communication”
American Economic Review
(with D. Szalay)

Dan Dhaliwal (posthumous)
Professor of Accounting
Paul Michas
Associate Professor of Accounting
“Greater Reliance on Major Customers and Auditor Going Concern Decisions”
Contemporary Accounting Research
(with V. Naiker and D. Sharma)

Martin Dufwenberg
Eller Professor of Economics
“Frustration, Aggression & Anger in Leader-Follower Games” 
Games and Economic Behavior
(with P. Battigalli and A. Smith)

Price Fishback
Thomas R. Brown Professor of Economics
“Effects of New Deal Spending and the Downturns of the 1930s on Private Labor Markets in 1939/1940” 
Explorations in Economic History
(with X. Liu)

Amanda Friedenberg
Professor of Economics
“Bargaining Under Strategic Uncertainty: The Role of Second-Order Optimism”
Econometrica

Allison Gabriel
Associate Professor of Management and Organizations
“Fuzzy Profiles: Comparing and Contrasting Latent Profile Analysis and Fuzzy Set Analysis for Person-centered Research”
Organizational Research Methods
(with J.T. Campbell, E. Djurdjevic, R.E. Johnson and C.C. Rosen)

Allison Gabriel
Associate Professor of Management and Organizations
Jerel Slaughter
Professor of Management and Organizations
“Does Feedback Matter for Job Search Self-regulation? It Depends on Feedback Quality”
Personnel Psychology
(with N. Chawla and S. da Motta Veiga) 

Antonio Galvão
Professor of Economics
“Dynamic Quantile Models of Rational Behavior”
Econometrica
(with L.d. Castro)

Yong Ge
Assistant Professor of MIS
“Computing Co-location Patterns in Spatial Data with Extended Objects: A Buffer-based Approach”
IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering
(with Z. Yao and H. Li)

Mrinal Ghosh
Soldwedel Professor of Marketing
“Reconciling Power and Efficiency Theories of Marketing Channel Governance”
Journal of Marketing
(with S. Carson)

Gautam Gowrisankaran
Arizona Public Service Professor of Economics
“Salience, Myopia and Complex Dynamic Incentives: Evidence from Medicare Part D” 
The Review of Economic Studies
(with C. Marsh and R. Town)

Matt Hashim
Assistant Professor of MIS
“Relative Privacy Valuations under Varying Disclosure Characteristics”
Information Systems Research
(with J. Buckman and J.C. Bockstedt)

Songcui Hu
Associate Professor of Management and Organizations
“Multiple Organizational Goals with Feedback from Shared Technological Task Environments”
Organization Science
(with R.A. Bettis)

Gondy Leroy
Professor of MIS
“Using Lexical Chains to Identify Text Difficulty: A Corpus Statistics and Classification Study”
IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics
(with P. Mukherjee and D. Kauchak)

Rick Mergenthaler
Associate Professor of Accounting
“Financial Statement Comparability and the Efficiency of Acquisition Decisions” 
Contemporary Accounting Research
(with C-W. Chen, D. Collins and T. Kravet)

Charles Noussair
Eller Professor of Economics
“Frictions in an Experimental Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium Economy” Journal of Money Credit and Banking
(with D. Pfajfar and J. Zsiros)

Nathan Podsakoff
Professor of Management and Organziations
“Can Early-career Scholars Conduct Impactful Research While Trying to get Tenure? Playing ‘Small Ball’ vs. ‘Swinging for the Fences’”
Academy of Management Learning & Education
(with P.M. Podsakoff, C. Escue and P. Mishra)

Sudha Ram
Anheuser-Busch Chair in MIS
“Data Sovereignty and Data Space Ecosystems”
Business & Information Systems Engineering
(with M. Jarke and B. Otto)

“Predicting Interpurchase Time in a Retail Environment Using Customer Product Networks: An Empirical Study and Evaluation”
Expert Systems with Applications
(with J. Lismont, J. Vanthienen, W. Lemahieu and B. Baesens)

Martin Reimann
Associate Professor of Marketing
“Curiosity Tempts Indulgence” 
Journal of Consumer Research
(with K. Wiggin and S.P. Jain)

Julian Romero
Assistant Professor of Economics
“The Evolution of Cooperation: The Role of Costly Strategy Adjustments”
American Economic Journal: Microeconomics
(with Y. Rosokha)

Andrea Rossi
Assistant Professor of Economics
“Industry Familiarity and Trading: Evidence from the Personal Portfolios of Industry Insiders”
Journal of Financial Economics
(with I. Ben and D.J. Birru) 

Jennifer Savary
Assistant Professor of Marketing
“Apples, Oranges, and Erasers: The Effect of Considering Similar versus Dissimilar Alternatives on Purchase Decisions”
Journal of Consumer Research
(with E.M.S. Friedman and R. Dhar) 

Richard Sias
Tyler Family Endowed Chair in Finance
“Sentiment Metrics and Investor Demand”
Journal of Finance
(with L. DeVault and L. Starks)

Jerel Slaughter
Eller Professor of Management and Organizations
Aleksander Ellis
Stephen P. Robbins Chair in Organizational Behavior
“Gender and the Evaluation of Humor at Work”
Journal of Applied Psychology
(with J.B. Evans and J. Rivin)

Jerel Slaughter
Eller Professor of Management and Organizations
“Do Findings from Laboratory Experiments on Preferential Selection Generalize to Cognitively-oriented Tasks? A Test of Two Perspectives”
Journal of Business and Psychology
(with E.E. Kausel, J.M. Evans and J. Stein)

Jayanthi Sunder
Deloitte Professor of Accounting
“When and Why do IPO Firms Manage Earnings?”
The Review of Accounting Studies
(with Y. Ertimur, E. Sletten and J. Weber)

Evan J. Taylor
Assistant Professor of Economics
“The Long Run Health Consequences of Rural-Urban Migration”
Quantitative Economics
(with J. J. Johnson)

Caleb Warren
Associate Professor of Marketing
“Ironic Consumption”
Journal of Consumer Research
(with G. S. Mohr)

“Humor, Comedy, and Consumer Behavior”
Journal of Consumer Research
(with A. Barsky and A. P. McGraw)

Tiemen Woutersen
Professor of Economics
“Increasing the Power of Specification Tests”
Journal of Econometrics
(with J. A. Hausman)

Bin Zhang
Assistant Professor of MIS
“Estimating External Motivating Factors in Virtual Inter-organizational Communities of Practice: Peer effects and Organizational Influences”
Information Systems Research
(with K. Zhao and X. Bai)


Other Selected Eller Faculty Research Publications

Selected Eller Faculty Publications, Spring 2019

Listed alphabetically by faculty member's last name.

Journal Articles

Scott Cederburg
Associate Professor of Finance
“Conditional Benchmarks and the Identification of Skill in Active Management”
Critical Finance Review
(with M. O’Doherty, N.E. Savin and A. Tiwari)

Wei Chen
Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems
“Measuring and Managing the Externality of Managerial Responses to Online Customer Reviews”
Information Systems Research
(with Q. Ye and B. Gu) 

Lin Cheng
Assistant Professor of Accounting
“Non-Recurring Items in Debt Contracts”
Contemporary Accounting Research
“Are Risk Factor Disclosures Still Relevant? Evidence from Market Reactions to Risk Factor Disclosures Before and After the Financial Crisis”
Contemporary Accounting Research
(with A. Beatty and H. Zhang) 

Sarah Doyle
Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations
“Repairing Violations of Trustworthiness in Negotiation”
Journal of Applied Social Psychology
(with D. Druckman and R. Lewicki)

Katherine Drake
Assistant Professor of Accounting
“Does Tax Risk Affect Investor Valuation of Tax Avoidance”
Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance
(with S. Lusch and J. Stekelberg) 

Price Fishback
Thomas R. Brown Professor of Economics
“Economic Crisis and the Demise of a Popular Contractual Form: Building & Loans in the 1930s”
Journal of Financial Intermediation
(with S. Fleitas and K. Snowden)

Allison Gabriel
Associate Professor of Management and Organizations
“Helping One or Helping Many? A Theoretical Integration and Meta-analytic Review of the Compassion Fade Literature”
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes
(with M.M. Butts, D.C. Lunt and T.L. Freling) 

Antonio Galvão
Professor of Economics
“Quantile Continuous Treatment Effects”
Econometrics and Statistics
(with J. Alejo and G. Montes-Rojas)

Barry Goldman
Associate Professor of Management and Organizations
Tamar Kugler
Associate Professor of Management and Organizations
“Crime and Punishment: A Realistic Group Conflict Theory Approach to Racial Discrimination in Hiring Convicted Felons.”
International Journal of Conflict Management
(with D. Cooper) 

Gautam Gowrisankaran
Arizona Public Service Professor of Economics
“"Nash-in-Nash" Bargaining: A Microfoundation for Empirical Work
Journal of Political Economy
(with A. Collard-Wexler and R. Lee)

Matthew Hashim
Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems
Sudha Ram
Anheuser-Busch Chair in Management Information Systems
 “Uncovering the Effects of Digital Movie Format Availability on Physical Movie Sales”
Decision Support Systems
(with Z. Tang)

“Central Role of Moral Obligations in Determining Intentions to Engage in Digital Piracy”
Journal of Management Information Systems
(with K. Kannan and D. Wegener) 

Brian Hilligoss
Associate Professor of Management and Organizations
“Health Care Innovation and Children in Poverty: Lived Experiences of Caregivers of Children with Disabilities in a Medicaid-serving ACO”
Journal of Children and Poverty
(with S. Tanenbaum and P. Song)

“Coping with Interdependencies Related to Patient Choice: Boundary-spanning at Four Accountable Care Organizations”
Health Care Management Review
(with P.H. Song and A.S. McAlearney) 

Songcui Hu
Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations
“Bounded Rationality, Heuristics, Computational Complexity and Artificial Intelligence”
Advances in Strategic Management
(with R. Bettis) 

Kathleen Kahle
Thomas C. Moses Professor in Finance
“Risk and Performance of Bonds Sponsored by Private Equity Firms”
Journal of Banking and Finance
(with X. Cao and K. Chan) 

Gondy Leroy
Professor of Management Information Systems
“Automated Extraction of Diagnostic Criteria from Electronic Health Records for Autism Spectrum Disorders: Development, Evaluation and Case Study”
Journal of Medical Internet Research
(with Y. Gu, S. Pettygrove and M. Galindo) 

Elizabeth McClean
Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations
“The Social Consequences of Voice: An Examination of Type of Voice and Gender on Leader Emergence”
Academy of Management Journal
(with S. Martin, K. Emich and T. Woodruff)

“Expanding the Concept of Fit in SHRM: An Examination of the Relationship Between HR Practices and Charismatic Leadership on Organizational Outcomes”
Human Resource Management
(with C. Collins)

Anastasiya Pocheptsova Ghosh
Assistant Professor of Marketing
“Swayed Away by Numbers: When Consumers Overweight the Review Counts”
Journal of Marketing
(with J. Watson and M. Trusov)

Martin Reimann
Assistant Professor of Marketing
“Decision Muscles? How Choosing More Food (Despite Incentives to Eat Less) is Associated with the Brain’s Cortical Thickness”
Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology and Economics

“Insights into the Experience of Brand Betrayal: From What People Say and What the Brain Reveals” 
Journal of the Association for Consumer Research
(with D. MacInnis, V. Folkes, G. Pol and A. Uhalde)

“Reply to Goldfarb et al.: On the Heritability and Socialization of Trust and Distrust”
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
(with O. Schilke, R. Estabrook and K. S. Cook) 

Stan Reynolds
Professor of Economics and Vice Dean
“Price Caps, Oligopoly and Entry”
Economic Theory
(with D. Rietzke) 

Hope Schau
Eller Professor of Marketing
“Reflexivity in Consumption Journeys: Consumption and Consumer Innovation as Institutional Work”
Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science
(with M. Archpru Akaka)

Oliver Schilke
Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations
“Worthy of Swift Trust? How Brief Interpersonal Contact Affects Trust Accuracy”
Journal of Applied Psychology
(with L. Huang)

“It’s Only Wrong if it’s Transactional: Moral Perceptions of Obfuscated Exchange”
American Sociological Review
(with G. Rossman)

Jayanthi Sunder
Associate Professor of Accounting
“When and Why do IPO Firms Manage Earnings?”
Review of Accounting Studies
(with Y. Ertimur, E. Sletten and J. Weber)

“SEC Monitoring of Foreign Firms’ Disclosures in the Presence of Foreign Regulators”
Review of Accounting Studies
(with J. Naughton, R. Rogo and R. Zhang)

Joe Valacich
Eller Professor of Management Information Systems
Sue Brown
APS Professor of Management Information Systems and Department Head
“A Comment on Is Information Systems a Science?”
Communications of the Association for Information Systems
(with A. Dennis)

Caleb Warren
Assistant Professor of Marketing
“Is Being Emotionally Inexpressive Cool?”
Journal of Consumer Psychology
(with T. Pezzuti and S. Koley)

“Beyond Advertising: Humor, Comedy and Consumer Behavior”
Journal of Consumer Research
(with A. Barsky and A.P. McGraw)

Selected Faculty Publications, Fall 2018

Listed alphabetically by faculty member's last name.

Journal Articles

Andreas Blume
Professor of Economics and Department Chair
“Failure of Common Knowledge of Language in Common-interest Communication Games” 
Games and Economic Behavior 

Alice Bonaime
Associate Professor of Finance, Philip Rhoads Fellow in Finance
Mihai Ion
Assistant Professor of Finance
“Does Policy Uncertainty Affect Mergers and Acquisitions?”
Journal of Financial Economics

Laura Brandimarte
Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems
“Differential Discounting and Present Impact of Past Information”
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General
(with J. Vosgerau and A. Acquisti)

Sue Brown
APS Professor of Management Information Systems and Department Head
“Making Rigorous Research Relevant: Innovating Statistical Action Research”
MIS Quarterly
(with A. Durcikova and A. Lee) 

Merrie Brucks
Robert Eckert Professor of Marketing
“The Influence of Corporate Social Responsibility Efforts on the Moral Behavior of Consumers”
Journal on Consumer Psychology, Special Issue on Marketplace Morality
(with K. Newman) 

Scott Cederburg
Associate Professor of Finance
“Are Stocks Riskier over the Long Run? Taking Cues from Economic Theory”
Review of Financial Studies
(with D. Avramov and K. Lucivjanská)

Hsinchun Chen
UA Regents’ Professor of Management Information Systems
Thomas R. Brown Chair in Management and Technology
“Web Media and Stock markets: A Survey and Future Directions from a Big Data Perspective”
IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering
(with Q. Li, Y. Chen, J. Wang and Y. Chen) 

“Supervised Topic Modeling Using Hierarchical Dirichlet Process-Based Inverse Regression: Experiments on E-Commerce Applications”
IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering
(with W. Li and J. Yin) 

“Identifying Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Devices and Their Vulnerabilities on the Internet of Things (IoT): A Text Mining Approach”
IEEE Intelligent Systems
(with S. Samtani, S. Yu, H. Zhu, M. Patton and J. Matherly) 

Wei Chen
Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems
“Engaging Voluntary Contributions in Online Communities: A Hidden Markov Model”
MIS Quarterly
(with Z. Wei and K. Zhu)

Lin Cheng
Assistant Professor of Accounting
“Unionization, Product Market Competition and Strategic Disclosure”
Journal of Accounting and Economics
(with D. Aobdia) 

Martin Dufwenberg
Eller Professor of Economics
“Lies in Disguise—A Theoretical Analysis of Cheating”
Journal of Economic Theory 

“Agreements with Reciprocity: Co-Financing and MOUs”
Games and Economic Behavior
(with D. Jang and A. Patel) 

Aleksander Ellis
Stephen P. Robbins Chair in Organizational Behavior
“Overcoming the Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Unethical Behavior: An Extension of Integrated Self-Control Theory”
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology
(with D. Welsh, K.M. Mai and M. Christian) 

Price Fishback
Thomas R. Brown Professor of Economics
“The Impact of World War II on the Demand for Female Workers in Manufacturing”
Journal of Economic History
(with D. Shatnawi) 

“Rural Land Inequality and the Development of a New Credit System in the South after the Civil War, 1860-1900”
Journal of Economic History 

Amanda Friedenberg
Professor of Economics
“Learning About Voter Rationality”
American Journal of Political Science
(with S. Ashworth and E. Bueno de Mesquita) 

Allison Gabriel
Associate Professor of Management and Organizations
“Too Anxious to Help? Off-job Affective Ruminations as a Linking Mechanism Between Work Anxiety and Helping”
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology
(with C. Calderwood, A. Bennett, J. Trougakos and J. Dahling)

“From the Unfolding Process to Self-Regulation in Job Search: Integrating Between- and Within Person Approaches”
Research in Personnel and Human Resource Management
(with S. da Motta Veiga, D. Turban and N. Chawla) 

“Further Understanding Incivility in the Workplace: The Effects of Gender, Agency and Communion”
Journal of Applied Psychology
(with M. Butts, Z. Yuan, R. Rosen and M. Sliter) 

“Helping Others or Helping Oneself? An episodic Examination of the Behavioral Consequences of Helping at Work”
Personnel Psychology
(with J. Koopman, C. Rosen and R. Johnson) 

“Compassion Practices, Nurse Well-Being and Ambulatory Patient Experience Ratings”
Medical Care
(with L. McClelland and M. DePuccio)

Antonio Galvão
Professor of Economics
“On Solving Endogeneity with Invalid Instruments: An Application to Investment Equations”
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society)
(with G. Montes-Rojas, J. Olmo and S. Song)

“Testing Slope Homogeneity in Quantile Regression Panel Data with an Application to the Cross-section of Stock Returns”
Journal of Financial Econometrics 
(with T. Juhl, G. Montes-Rojas and J. Olmo)

Yong Ge
Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems
“Scalable Content-Aware Collaborative Filtering for Location Recommendation Based on Human Mobility Data”
IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering
(with D. Lian, F. Zhang, N.J. Yuan, X. Xie, T. Zhou and Y. Rui)

“Product Adoption Rate Prediction in a Competitive Market”
IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering
(with L. Wu, Q. Liu, R. Hong, E. Chen, X. Xie and M. Wang)

“Exploring the Emerging Type of Comment for Online Videos: DanMu”
ACM Transactions on the Web
(with M. He, E. Chen, Q. Liu and X. Wang)

Mrinal Ghosh
Professor of Marketing and Department Head
“Endogeneity in Survey Research”
International Journal of Research in Marketing
(with J. B. Sande) 

Stephen Gilliland
Salter Chair in Healthcare Management
“Misleading by Example: The Effects of a Manager’s Unfair Customer Treatment on Service Employee Performance and Trust”
Social Justice Research

Gautam Gowrisankaran
Arizona Public Service Professor of Economics
“Can Amputation Save the hospital? The Impact of the Medicare Rural Flexibility Program on Demand and Welfare”
Journal of Health Economics
(with C. Lucarelli, P. Schmidt-Dengler and R. Town)

“Risk Management Interventions to Reduce Injuries and Maximize Economic Benefits in U.S. Mining”
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
(with S. Griffin, D. Bui, E. Lutz, C. Hu, C. Hu and J. Burgess)

Hidehiko Ichimura
Professor of Economics
"Simple Estimators for Invertible Index Models"
Quantitative Economics
(with H. Ahn, J. Powell and P. Rudd)

"Simultaneous Selection of Optimal Bandwidths for the Sharp Regression Discontinuity Estimator"
Quantitative Economics
(with Y. Arai) 

Han Jiang
Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations
“Do Ongoing Networks Block Out New Friends? Reconciling the Embeddedness Constraint Dilemma on New Alliance Partner Addition”
Strategic Management Journal
(with J. Xia, A. Cannella and T. Xiao) 

Kathy Kahle
Thomas C. Moses Professor in Finance
“The Performance of Bonds Backed up by Private Equity Firms”
Journal of Banking and Finance
(with K. Chan and J. Cao) 

“Eclipse of the Public Corporation or Eclipse of the Public Markets?”
Journal of Applied Corporate Finance
(with C. Doidge, G. A. Karolyi and R. Stulz) 

“Director Connectedness, Career Concerns, and Monitoring Efficacy”
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis
(with V. Intintoli and W. Zhao)

Sandy Klasa
Professor of Finance, Anheuser-Busch Endowed Chair of Entrepreneurship and Innovation
“The Protection of Trade Secrets and Capital Structure Decisions”
Journal of Financial Economics
(with H. Ortiz-Molina, M. Serfling and S. Srinivasan)

Derek Lemoine
Associate Professor of Economics
"Age-induced Acceleration of Time: Implications for Intertemporal Choice"
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization

Gondy Leroy
Professor of Management Information Systems and Eller Fellow
“Improving Consumer Understanding of Medical Text: Development and Validation of a New SubSimplify Algorithm to Automatically Generate Term Explanations in English and Spanish”
Journal of Medical Internet Research
(with N. Kloehn, D. Kauchak, Y. Gu, S. Colina, N.P. Yuan and D. Revere)

“Health Information Technology: Promise and Progress”
Health Systems 
(with M. Wimble)

Charles Noussair
Eller Professor of Economics
"Predictably Angry: Facial Cues Provide a Credible Signal of Destructive Behavior"
Management Science 
(with B. van Leeuwen, T. Offerman, S. Suetens, M. van Veelen and J. van de Ven)

"Emotional State and Market Behavior"
Review of Finance
(with A. Breaban)

Lisa Ordóñez
Vice Dean of Programs and Professor of Management and Organizations
“Rivalry, Competition and Risk Taking in the NFL”
The Academy of Management Journal
(with C. To, G. Kilduff and M. Schweitzer)

Sudha Ram
Professor of Management Information Systems
Anheuser-Busch Chair in MIS, Entrepreneurship and Innovation
"Using Big Data and Network Analysis to Understand Wikipedia Article Quality"
Data and Knowledge Engineering 
(with J. Liu)

"Predicting High Cost Patients at Point of Admission Using Network Science"
IEEE Journal on Biomedical and Health Informatics 
(with K. Srinivasan and F. Curran)

"Understanding Semantic Completeness in Rule Frameworks for Modeling Cardinality Constraints"
International Journal on Conceptual Modeling—EMISA, Special Issue Tribute to Heinrich Mayr 
(with F. Curran)

Julian Romero
Assistant Professor of Economics
"What Makes Voters Turn Out: The Effects of Polls and Beliefs"
Journal of the European Economic Association
(with M. Agranov, J. Goeree and L. Yariv)

"Constructing Strategies in the Indefinitely Repeated Prisoners' Dilemma Game"
European Economic Review 
(with Y. Rosokha)

Jessamyn Schaller
Assistant Professor of Economics
“Caution! Men Not at Work: Gender-Specific Labor Market Conditions and Child Maltreatment”
Journal of Public Economics 
(with J. Lindo and B. Hansen)

Oliver Schilke
Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations
Songcui Hu
Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations
“Quo Vadis, Dynamic Capabilities? A Content-Analytic Review of the Current State of Knowledge and Recommendations for Future Research”
Academy of Management Annals
(with C. Helfat)

Oliver Schilke
Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations
"A Micro-institutional Inquiry into Resistance to Environmental Pressures"
Academy of Management Journal

"The Double-edged Effect of Contracts on Alliance Performance"
Journal of Management
(with F. Lumineau)

Richard Sias
Professor of Finance, Tyler Family Endowed Chair in Finance
“Reconsidering Hedge Fund Contagion”
Journal of Alternative Investments 
(with H.J. Turtle and B. Zykaj)

Shyam Sunder
Professor of Accounting
“Financial Reporting Quality, Investment Horizon and Institutional Investor Trading Strategies”
The Accounting Review
(with B. Bushee and T. Goodman)

Joe Valacich
Eller Professor of Management Information Systems
"Did I Buy the Wrong Gadget? How Easy and Difficult to Evaluate Technology Features Influence Product Choice"
MIS Quarterly
(with L. Jessup and X. Wang)

“Saving Face on Facebook: Privacy Concerns, Social Benefits and Impression Management”
Behavior and Information Technology 
(with J. Proudfoot, D. Wilson and M. Byrd)

Open Materials Discourse: Enhancement of Recall within Technology-Mediated Teams Through the Use of Online Visual Artifacts”
AIS Transactions on Replication Research 
(with A. Basoglu and M. Fuller)

Junming Yin
Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems
"Supervised Topic Modeling Using Heirarchical Dirichlet Process-based Inverse Regression: Experiments on E-Commerce Applications"
IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering 

Bin Zhang
Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems
“Direct Versus Indirect Peer Influence in Large Social Networks”
Information Systems Research
(with P. Pavlou and K. Ramayya)

Book Chapters 

Antonio Galvão
Professor of Economics
"Quantile Regression Methods for Longitudinal Data"
Handbook of Quantile Regression 
(with K. Kato)

“Multi-dimensional Panels in Quantile Regression Models”
The Econometrics of Multi-dimensional Panels—Theory and Applications

Stephen Gilliland
Salter Chair in Healthcare Management
“Organizational Justice”
The SAGE Handbook of Industrial, Work & Organizational Psychology, second edition
(with D. Chan)

Oliver Schilke
Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations
"Institutions Under a Microscope: Experimental Methods in Institutional Theory."
Unconventional Methodology in Organization and Management Research
(with A. Bitektine and J. Lucas)

Selected Eller Faculty Publications, Spring 2017

Listed alphabetically by school/department and then faculty member's last name.

Accountancy

Cheng, Lin.  “Organized Labor and Debt Contracting:  Firm-Level Evidence from Collective Bargaining.”  The Accounting Review:  May 2017, Vol. 92, No. 3, pp. 57-85.

Bozanic, Z., Cheng, L., Zach, T.  “Soft Information in Loan Agreements.”  Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance:  Prepublished February 1, 2017, DOI: 10.1177/0148558X16689653.

Drake, K., Lusch, S., Stekelberg, J.  “Does Tax Risk Affect Investor Valuation of Tax Avoidance?”  Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance:  Prepublished February 1, 2017, DOI: 10.1177/0148558X17692674.

Erickson, D., Hewitt, M., Maines, L.  “Do Investors Perceive Low Risk When Earnings are Smooth Relative to the Volatility of Operating Cash Flows?  Discerning Opportunity and Incentive to Report Smooth Earnings.”  The Accounting Review:  May 2017, Vol. 92, No. 3, pp. 137-154.

Sunder, J., Sunder, S., Zhang, J.  “Pilot CEOs and Corporate Innovation.” Journal of Financial Economics: January 2017, 123(1): 209-224.

Sunder, J., Sunder, S., Zhang, J.  “Balance Sheet Conservatism and Debt Contracting.”  Accepted at Contemporary Accounting Research.

Sunder, J., Sunder, S., Zhang, J.  “Pilot CEOs and Corporate Innovation.” Journal of Financial Economics: January 2017, 123(1): 209-224.

Sunder, J., Sunder, S., Zhang, J.  “Balance Sheet Conservatism and Debt Contracting.”  Accepted at Contemporary Accounting Research.

Economics

“Pre-play communication with forgone costly messages: experimental evidence on forward induction,” Andreas Blume, Peter H. Kriss and Roberto A. Weber, Experimental Economics, in press.

“Ballots, Bribes, and Brand-Name Political Capital." Coats, R. Morris, Thomas R. Dalton, and Arthur Denzau, Explorations in Public Sector Economics. Springer International Publishing, (2017), 117-137.

“Reciprocity Networks & the Participation Problem,” Martin Dufwenberg and Amrish Patel, Games & Economic Behavior, 101, (2017), 260-72.

“Honesty & Informal Agreements,” Martin Dufwenberg, Maroš Servátka & Radovan Vadovič, Games & Economic Behavior 102, (2017), 269-85.

“How Successful Was the New Deal? The Microeconomic Impact of New Deal Spending and Lending Policies,” Price FishbackJournal of Economic Literature, forthcoming.

“The United States and Canada,” Price Fishback, in A History of the Global Economy from 1500 to the Present. Edited by Joerg Baten and sponsored by the International Economic History Association. London: Cambridge University Press, (2016), 83-109.

“The Great Depression and the New Deal,” Price Fishback, in Handbook of Cliometrics.  Springer Reference Library.  Edited by Claude Diebolt and Michael Haupert.  New York:  Springer Verlag, (2016), 537-562.

“World War II and U.S. Economic Performance.” Price Fishback and Taylor Jaworski, in  Economic History of Warfare and State Formation, edited by Jari Eloranta, Eric Golson, Andrei Markevich, and Nikolaus Wolf.  Springer Studies in Economic History.  (2016), 221-242.

The Oxford Handbook of American Economic History. Oxford University Press. Price Fishback, Co-Editor with Louis Cain and Paul Rhode, forthcoming in print and on-line.

“Introduction,” Price Fishback,Lou Cain and Paul Rhode. To appear in Oxford Handbook of Research in American Economic History. Edited by Louis Cain, Price Fishback, and Paul Rhode.

“The Safety Net,” Price Fishback, Samuel Allen, Jonathan Fox, and Brendan Livingston. To appear in Oxford Handbook of Research in American Economic History. Edited by Louis Cain, Price Fishback, and Paul Rhode. Forthcoming in print and online.

“The New Deal.” Price Fishback, To appear in Oxford Handbook of  Research in American Economic History. Edited by Louis Cain, Price Fishback, and Paul Rhode.   Forthcoming in print and online.

“World War II,” Price Fishback and Taylor Jaworski.  To appear in Oxford Handbook of Research in American Economic History. Edited by Louis Cain, Price Fishback, and Paul Rhode.   Forthcoming in print and online. 

“Long Term Empirical Trends Related to the Grand Bargain of Workers’ Compensation:  A Comment on Spieler.” Price FishbackRutgers Law Review  forthcoming.

“Hitler's Judges: Ideological Commitment and the Death Penalty in Nazi Germany,” Wayne Geerling, Gary B. Magee, Vinod Mishra and Russell Smyth, Economic Journal, in press.

 “Managing Climate Change Under Uncertainty: Recursive Integrated Assessment at an Inflection Point,” Derek Lemoine and Ivan Rudik, Annual Review of Resource Economics, forthcoming.

“Steering the Climate System: Using Inertia to Lower the Cost of Policy,” Derek Lemoine and Ivan Rudik, American Economic Review, conditionally accepted.

Tortillas, Tiswin, and T-Bones: A Food History of the SouthwestGregory McNAmee, University of New Mexico Press.

“The Effect of Wealth Shocks on Loss Aversion: Behavior and Neural Correlates”, V S Chandrasekhar Pammi, Charles Noussair, Sergio Ruiz, Sangkyun Lee, and Ranganatha Sitaram, Frontiers in Neuroscience, forthcoming.

"Charitable Giving, Emotions, and the Default Effect”, Lenka Fiala and Charles NoussairEconomic Inquiry, forthcoming.

“Predictably Angry: Facial Cues Provide a Credible Signal of Destructive Behavior”, Boris van Leeuwen, Charles Noussair, Theo Offerman, Sigrid Suetens, Jeroen van de Ven, and Matthijs van Veelen, Management Science, forthcoming.

“Emotional State and Market Behavior”, Adriana Breaban and Charles NoussairReview of Finance, forthcoming.

“Exposure to Poverty and Productivity”, Patricio Dalton, Victor Gonzalez-Jimenez, and Charles NoussairPublic Library of Science (PLOS-1) 12(1), January 26, (2017), 1 - 19.

“The Discovery of Bubbles and Crashes in Experimental Asset Markets and Contribution of Professor Vernon L. Smith to Experimental Finance”, Charles NoussairSouthern Economic Journal 83(3), January (2017), 644 - 648.

“Prudence, Emotional State, Personality and Cognitive Ability”, with Adriana Breaban, Charles Noussair, and Gijs van de Kuilen, Frontiers in Psychology 7, Article 1688, October 28, 2016, 1 - 10.

“Society for Experimental Finance Presidential Address 2015”, Charles NoussairJournal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance 10, (2016), 1 - 4.

“What Makes Voters Turn Out: The Effects of Polls and Beliefs,” Marina Agranov, Jacob Goeree, Julian Romero and Leeat Yariv, Journal of the European Economic Association, forthcoming.

“A simple market-like allocation mechanism for public goods,” Matthew Van Essen and Mark WalkerGames and Economic Behavior, 101, January 2017, 6-19.

Finance

Protection of trade secrets and capital structure decisions,” (Henan Ortiz-Molina, Matthew Serfling, Shweta Srinivasan) and Sandy Klasa.  Journal of Financial Economics. Accepted.

"Fortune favors the bold," (Costanza Meneghetti) and Ryan Williams. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.Accepted.

"Risk management with supply contracts," (Heitor Almeida, Kristine Hankins) and Ryan Williams. Review of Financial Studies. Conditional Acceptance.

"Trade credit and the joint effects of supplier and customer financial characteristics," (Jaideep Shenoy) and Ryan Williams. Journal of Financial Intermediation, 2017. Volume 29, 68-80.

Tax Uncertainty and Retirement Savings Diversification,” David Brown and Scott Cederburg (with Michael O'Doherty). Journal of Financial Economics. Forthcoming.

"Moral Hazard in Active Asset Management," David Brown (with Shaun William Davies). Journal of Financial Economics. Forthcoming.

"Hedge Fund Politics and Portfolios," (Luke DeVault) and Richard Sias. Journal of Banking and Finance. Accepted.

Management and Organizations

Feyereisen, S., Broschak, J.P., & Goodrick, E. Understanding Professional Jurisdiction Changes in the Field of Anesthesiology.  Medical Care Research and Review.

Gabriel, A.S., Koopman, J., Rosen, C.R., & Johnson, R.E. (In press). Helping others or helping oneself? An episodic examination of the behavioral consequences of helping at work. Personnel Psychology

Jiang, H., Cannella, A.A., & Xia, J., Semadeni, M. 2017. Choose to Fight or Choose to Flee: A Network Embeddedness Perspective of Executive Ship Jumping in Declining Firms. Strategic Management Journal, forthcoming.

Jiang, H., Cannella, A. A., & Jiao, J. 2017. Does Desperation Breed Deception? A Behavioral Decision Model of New Venture Opportunism. Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice, forthcoming.

Spoelma, T. M., & Ellis, A. P. J. (In press). Fuse or Fracture? Threat as a Moderator of the Effects of Diversity Faultlines in Teams. Journal of Applied Psychology.

Management Information Systems

Eyal Peer, Laura Brandimarte, Sonam Samat, Alessandro Acquisti, “Beyond the Turk: Alternative Platforms for Crowdsourcing Behavioral Research.” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 70, 153-163, May 2017.

Acquisti, Alessandro, Adjerid, I., Balebako, R.H., Brandimarte, L., et al. “Nudges for Privacy and Security: Understanding and Assisting Users’ Choices Online.” Forthcoming in ACM Computing Surveys (2015).

Durcikova, A., Lee. A.S., and Brown, S.A. “Making Rigorous Research Relevant: Innovating Statistical Action Research,” forthcoming at MIS Quarterly.

Y. Lin, H. Chen, R. Brown, and S. Li, “Healthcare Predictive Analytics for Risk Profiling in Chronic Care: A Bayesian Multi-Task Learning Approach,” MIS Quarterly, Volume 41, Number 2, Pages 473-495, June 2017.

Chen, Wei, Xiahua Wei, and Kevin Zhu. “Engaging Voluntary Contributions in Online Communities: A Hidden Markov Model.” Forthcoming in MIS Quarterly 

W. Li, H. Chen, and, J. F. Nunamaker, “Identifying and Profiling Key Sellers in Cyber Carding Community: AZSecure Text Mining System,” Journal of Management Information Systems, Volume 33, Number 2, Pages 1059-1086, 2016.

Liu, Chuanren, H., Xiong, H., Papadimitrious, S., Ge, Y., and Xiao, K. “A Proactive Workflow Model for Healthcare Operation and Management.” IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering (2016): 586-598.

Goes, P., Guo, C., and Lin, M. Do Incentive Hierarchies Induce User Effort? Evidence from an Online Knowledge Exchange. Information Systems Research 27(3) pp. 497-516. 

Goes, P., Ilk, N., Lin, M., and Zhao, L. When More is Less: Field Evidence on Unintended Consequences of Multitasking. Management Science, forthcoming. 

P. Mukherjee, G. Leroy, D. Kauchak, S. Rajnarayanan, D. Diaz, N. Yuan, T. Pritchard, and S. Colina, "NegAIT: A New Parser for Medical Text Simplification Using Morphological, Sentential and Double Negation", Journal of Biomedical Informatics, Forthcoming 2017.

Lin, M., Liu, Y., and Viswanathan, S. Effectiveness of Reputation in Contracting for Customized Production: Evidence from Online Labor Markets. Management Science, forthcoming.

Amaresinghma, Reuben, Gabriel Escobar, and Sudha Ram. “Consensus Statement on Electronic Health Predictive Analytics: A Guiding Framework to Address Challenges.” eGEMS Generating Evidence & Methods to improve patient outcomes 4.1 (2016)

Hibbeln, Martin; Jenkins, Jeffrey L.; Schneider, Christoph; Valacich, Joseph S.; and Weinmann, Markus. 2017. "How Is Your User Feeling? Inferring Emotion Through Human-Computer Interaction Devices," MIS Quarterly, (41: 1) pp.1-21.

Marchetti-Bowick, Micol et al. “A Time-Varying Group Sparse Additive Model for Genome-Wide Association Studies of Dynamic Complex Traits.” Bioinformatics 32.19 (2016): 2903−2910.

Yuan, Yong, Fei-Yue Wang, and Dajun Zeng. “Developing A Cooperative Bidding Framework for  Sponsored Search Markets – An Evolutionary Perspective.” Information Sciences 369 (2016): 674–689. 

Bai, Jie, Linjing Li, and Daniel Zeng. “Associated Activation-Driven Enrichment: Understanding Implicit Information from a Cognitive Perspective.” IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering (TKDE) (2016)

Chen, Weiyun, Xin Li, and Daniel Zeng. “Modelling Fixed Odds Betting for Future Event Prediction.” MIS Quarterly (2016)

Marketing

Reimann, Martin, Sandra Nuñez, and Raquel Castaño (2017), “Brand-Aid: How close brand relationships insulate against physical pain,” Journal of Consumer Research, forthcoming.
 
Martin, Jolie, Martin Reimann, and Michael I. Norton (2016), “Experience theory, or how desserts are like losses,” Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 145 (11), 1460-1472. 

Maciel, André F. and Melanie Wallendorf (2017), “Taste Engineering: An Extended Consumer Model of Cultural Competence Constitution,” Journal of Consumer Research 43 (February), 726-746.  

Ghosh, Bikram and Michael R. Galbreth (2017) “Asymmetric Uncertainty and Endogenous Market Segmentation in Experience Goods,” Decision Sciences, Forthcoming

Warren, Nooshin and Alina Sorescu (2017) “When 1+1>2: How Investors React to New Product Releases Announced Concurrently with other Corporate News,” Journal of Marketing, 81(2), 64-82. ​

Sorescu, Alina, Nooshin Warren and Larisa Ertekin (2017) “Event Study Methodology in the Marketing Literature: An Overview,” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 45(2), 186-207.

Warren, Nooshin and Alina Sorescu, “Interpreting the Stock Returns to New Product Announcements: How the Past Shapes Investors’ Expectations of Firms’ Innovative Output,” Journal of Marketing Research, Forthcoming.

Bastos, Wilson and Merrie Brucks (2017), “How and Why Conversational Value Leads to Happiness with Experiential and Material Purchases,” Journal of Consumer Research, October, in press.

Selected Eller Faculty Publications, Fall 2016

Listed alphabetically by school/department and then faculty member's last name.

Accountancy

Bens, D., M. Cheng, and M. Neamtiu.  “The Impact of SEC Disclosure Monitoring on the Uncertainty of Fair Value Estimates.”  The Accounting Review 91 (2): 349-375.

Dhaliwal,D.S., J.S. Judd, M.A. Serfling and S.A. Shaikh. “Customer Concentration Risk and the Cost of Equity Capital.”Journal of Accounting and Economics 61 (1): 23-48.

Dhaliwal,D.S., P. Lamoreaux, L. Litov and J. Neyland. “Shared Auditors in Mergers and Acquisitions.”  Journal of Accounting and Economics 61 (1): 49-76.

Dhaliwal,D.S., P.T. Lamoreaux, C.S. Lennox, L.M. Mauler. “Management Influence on Auditor Selection and Subsequent Impairments of Auditor Independence during the post-SOX Period.”  Contemporary Accounting Research 32 (2):  575-607.

Brown, J., K. Drake, and M. Martin. 2016. “Compensation in the Post-FIN 48 Period: The Case of Contracting on Tax Performance and Uncertainty.” Contemporary Accounting Research 33(1): 121-151.

Drake,K., N. Goldman, and S. Lusch. 2016.“Do Income Tax Related Deficiencies in Publicly Disclosed PCAOB Part II Reports Influence Audit Client Financial Reporting of Income Tax Accounts?” The Accounting Review 91(5) 1411-1439.

Erickson, D., M. Hewitt, and L. A. Maines. 2016. Do investors perceive low risk when earnings are smooth relative to the volatility of operating cash flows? Discerning opportunity and incentive to report smooth earnings. The Accounting Review Forthcoming (accepted in final form: July 31, 2016; in print: May 2017).

Call, A. C., M. Hewitt, T. Shevlin, and T. L. Yohn. 2016. Firm-specific estimates of differential persistence and their incremental usefulness for forecasting and valuation. The Accounting Review 91 (3): 811-833. 

Hewitt, M., A. Tarca, and T. L. Yohn. 2015. The effect of measurement subjectivity classifications on analysts’ use of persistence classifications when forecasting earnings items. Contemporary Accounting Research 32 (3): 1000-1023.

Sunder, J., S. Sunder, J. Zhang.  “Pilot CEOs and Corporate Innovation.”  Journal of Financial Economics.  Accepted for publication, 2016.

Plumlee, M., Y. Xie, M. Yan, and J. J. Yu. 2015. “Bank Loan Spread and Private Information: Pending Approval Patents,” Review of Accounting Studies 20 (2): 593- 638 (Lead Article).

Desai, H., S. Rajgopal, and J. J. Yu. 2016. “Did Information Intermediaries See the Banking Crisis Coming from Leading Indicators in Banks’ Financial Statements?”  Contemporary Accounting Research 33 (2): 576-606.

Economics

“Pre-play communication with forgone costly messages: experimental evidence on forward induction,” Andreas Blume, Peter H. Kriss and Roberto A. Weber, Experimental Economics, in press.

“Coordination with decentralized costly communication,” Peter H. Kriss, Andreas Blume and Roberto A. Weber, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization130, 2016, 225-241.

“Reciprocity Networks & the Participation Problem,” Martin Dufwenberg and Amrish Patel, Games & Economic Behavior, forthcoming. 

“Thanks but No Thanks: A New Policy to Reduce Land Conflict,” Martin Dufwenberg,  Gunnar Köhlin, Peter Martinsson and Haileselassie Medhin, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management77, 2016, 31–50.

“How Successful Was the New Deal? The Microeconomic Impact of New Deal Spending and Lending Policies,” Price FishbackJournal of Economic Literature, forthcoming.

“Intermittency and the Value of Renewable Energy,” Gautam GowrisankaranStanley Reynolds and Mario Samano, Journal of Political Economy 125, 2016, 1187-1234.

“Escape from third‐best: Rating emissions for intensity standards,” Environmental and Resource Economics, Derek Lemoine, in press.

“Green expectations: Current effects of anticipated carbon pricing,” Review of Economics and Statistics, Derek Lemoine,in press.

“A top‐down approach to projecting market impacts of climate change,” Derek Lemoine and Sarah Kapnick, Nature Climate Change6, 2016, 51‐55.

“Ambiguous tipping points,” Derek Lemoine and Christian P. Traeger, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization,in press.

“Economics of tipping the climate dominoes,” Derek Lemoine and Christian P. Traeger,Nature Climate Change6, 2016, 514‐519.

“Reference Point Heterogeneity”, Charles Noussair, Ayse Terzi, Cees Koedijk, and Rachel Pownall, Frontiers in Psychology, forthcoming.

“Sad or Happy: The Effect of Emotions on Stated Preferences for Environmental Goods”, Charles Noussair, Nick Hanley, Christopher Boyce, Mikolaj Czajkowski, Steven Tucker, and Michael Townsend, Environmental and Resource Economics, forthcoming.

“Futures Markets, Cognitive Ability and Mispricing in Experimental Asset Markets”, Charles Noussair, Steven Tucker and Yi Long Xu, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 130, 2016, 166 – 179.

Cash Inflows and Bubbles in Asset Markets with Constant Fundamental Values", Charles Noussair,  Steven Tucker, Economic Inquiry54, 2016, 1596 - 1606.

“Price Caps, Oligopoly, and Entry”, Stanley Reynolds and David Rietzke, Economic Theory, forthcoming.

“Getting Out the (Costly) Vote: Institutional Design for Greater Participation,” Julian Romero, Dino Gerardi, Margaret A. Mcconnell and Leeat Yariv,  Economic Inquiry, forthcoming.

“Booms, Busts, and Fertility: Testing the Becker Model Using Gender-Specific Labor Demand,” Jessamyn SchallerJournal of Human Resources, 51, 2016, 1-29.

“What Do We Know So Far about Multigenerational Mobility?” Gary SolonEconomic Journal, forthcoming. 

“Wage Adjustment in the Great Recession and Other Downturns: Evidence from the United States and Great Britain,” Gary SolonJournal of Labor Economics, 34, 2016, 249-291.

“A simple market-like allocation mechanism for public goods,” Matthew Van Essen and Mark WalkerGames and Economic Behavior, in press.

“Identification in Nonseparable Models with Measurement Error and Endogeneity,” Tiemen Woutersen, Yingyao Hu and Ji-Liang Shiu, Econometric Letters144, 33-36.

“Reputation Premium and Reputation Management: Evidence from China’s Largest e-Commerce Platform,” Mo Xiao, Ying Fan and Jiandong JuInternational Journal of Industrial Organization 46, 2016, 63-76.

Finance

"The Timing and Source of Long-run Returns Following Repurchases," Leonce Bargeron, Alice Bonaime and Shawn Thomas, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, forthcoming.

"Hedge Fund Return Dependence: Model Misspecification or Liquidity Spirals?" Rick Sias, Harry Turtle, and Blerina Zykaj, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, forthcoming. 

"Fortune favors the bold," Costanza Meneghetti and Ryan WilliamsJournal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, forthcoming. 

“Policy Uncertainty and Corporate Investment,” Huseyin Gulen and Mihai IonReview of Financial Studies, Vol. 29, No. 3, 2016, 523-564.

“Hedge Fund Crowds and Mispricing,” Rick Sias, Harry Turtle, and Blerina Zykaj, Management Science, Vol. 62, No. 3, 2016, 764-784.

“Are ex-ante CEO severance pay contracts consistent with efficient contracting?,” Brian Cadman, John Campbell, and Sandy KlasaJournal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Vol. 51, No. 3, 2016, 707-735.

"Does it pay to bet against beta? On the conditional performance of the beta anomaly," Scott Cederburg and Michael S. O'Doherty, Journal of Finance, Vol. 71, No. 2, 2016, 737-774.

Management and Organizations

“Better together? Examining profiles of employee recovery experiences,” Andrew Bennett, Allison Gabriel, Charles Calderwood, Jason Dahling, and John Trougakos, Journal of Applied Psychology, forthcoming.

“Who strikes back? A daily investigation of when and why incivility begets incivility,” Christopher Rosen, Joel Koopman, Allison Gabriel, and Russell Johnson, Journal of Applied Psychology, forthcoming.

“The role of self-determined motivation in job search: A dynamic approach,” Serge da Motta Veiga and Allison GabrielJournal of Applied Psychology, published in 2016.

Hu, Songcui, He, Z., Blettner, D., & Bettis, R. Conflict inside and outside: Social comparisons and attention shifts in multidivisional firms. Strategic Management Journal, forthcoming

Schilke, Oliver, & Fabrice Lumineau. Forthcoming. "The double-edged effect of contracts on alliance performance." Journal of Management.

Schilke, Oliver, Martin Reimann, & Karen S. Cook. 2016. "Reply to Wu and Wilkes: power, whether situational or durable, decreases both relational and generalized trust." Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 113(11), E1418. 

Mai, K. M., Ellis, Aleksander P. J., Christian, J. S., & Porter, C.O.L.H. (2016). Examining the effects of turnover intentions on OCBs and deviance behavior: A psychological contract approach. Journal of Applied Psychology. 

Motro, Daphna, & Ellis, Aleksander P. J. (Conditional acceptance). Boys, don’t cry: Gender and reactions to negative performance feedback. Journal of Applied Psychology.

Management Information Systems

Victor Benjamin, B. Zhang, H. Chen, and J. Nunamaker. “Examining Hacker Participation Length within Cybercriminal IRC Communities”, Journal of Management Information Systems

S. Jiang and H. Chen, “NATERGM: A Model for Examining the Role of Nodal Attributes in Dynamic Social Media Networks,” IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, Volume 28, Number 3, Pages 729-740, 2016.  

Q. Li, Y. Chen, L. L. Jiang, P. Li, and H. Chen, “A Tensor-based Information Framework for Predicting the Stock Market,” ACM Transactions on Information Systems, Volume 34, Number 2, Pages 1-31, 2016.

Dror, M., G. Kendall, A. Rapoport, ``Elicitation of Strategies in Four Variants of a Round-Robin Tournament: The Case of Goofspiel’’, IEEE Transactions on Computational Intelligence & AI in Games 8, 209-217, 2016.

Jeffrey G. Proudfoot, Jeffrey L. Jenkins, Judee K. Burgoon, and Jay F. Nunamaker. “More than Meets the eye:  How Oculometric Behaviors Evolve Over the Course of Automated Deception Detection Interactions,” Journal of Management Information Systems.

D. Kauchak and G. Leroy, "Moving Beyond Readability Metrics for Simplifying Health-related Text", IEEE IT Professional, 8(3), 45-51, 2016.

Gondy Leroy, D. Kauchak and A. Hogue, "Effects of Text Simplification: Evaluation of Splitting up Noun Phrases", Journal of Health Communication, 21(S1), 18-26, 2016.

Mingfeng Lin & Viswanathan, S. (2016) “Home Bias in Online Investments: An Empirical Study of An Online Crowdfunding Market.” Management Science, 62(5), pp. 1393-1414.

Kunpeng Zhang, S. Bhattacharyya, S. Ram. “Large-Scale Network Analysis for Online Social Brand Advertising.” MIS Quarterly, Special Issue: Transformational Issues of Big Data and Analytics in Networked Business; March 2016

Junming Yin, Q. Ho and E. P. Xing. “Latent Space Inference of Internet-scale Networks.” Journal of Machine Learning Research (JMLR), 17(78):1-41, 2016.

Junming Yin, L. Zhu, D. Guo, G. Ver Steeg, and A. Galstyan, “Scalable Temporal Latent Space Inference for Link Prediction in Dynamic Social Networks.” IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering (TKDE), Vol. 28, Iss. 10, 2765-2777, 2016.

Goode, S., Hoehle, H., Venkatesh, V., and Brown, S.A., “Understanding User Compensation as a Data Breach Recovery Action: An Investigation of the Sony Playstation Network Breach,” accepted at MIS Quarterly.

Y. Lin, H. Chen, R. Brown, and S. Li, “Healthcare Predictive Analytics for Risk Profiling in Chronic Care: A Bayesian Multi-Task Learning Approach,” MIS Quarterly, forthcoming, 2016.

Weifeng Li, Hsinchun Chen and Jay F. Nunamaker, Jr “Cyber Carding Community Collection and Analytics:  The AZSecure Text Mining Research Framework accepted for publication in JMIS to appear in 2017.

Yanjie Fu, Hui Xiong, Yong Ge, Yu Zheng, Zijun Yao, Zhi-Hua Zhou. “Modeling of Geographical Dependencies for Real Estate Ranking.” ACM Transactions on Knowledge Discovery from Data (TKDD), accepted, 2016

Matthew J. Hashim, K.N. Kannan, and S. Maximiano. “Information Feedback, Targeting, and Coordination: An Experimental Study,” Information Systems Research, accepted, 2016. 

Chenhui Guo, Paulo Goes, and Mingfeng Lin. “Do Incentive Hierarchies Induce User Effort? Evidence from an Online Knowledge Exchange.” Information Systems Research, forthcoming. 

Zaiyan Wei & Mingfeng Lin. “Market Mechanisms in Online Peer-to-Peer Lending.” Management Science, forthcoming.

Mingfeng Lin, Yong Liu & Siva Viswanathan. “Effectiveness of Reputation in Contracting for Customized Production: Evidence from Online Labor Markets.” Management Science, forthcoming.

Jay F. Nunamaker, Jr., Nathan W. Twyman, Justin Giboney and Robert O. Briggs, “Creating High-value Real-world Impact through Systematic Programs of Research,” accepted for publication in MIS Quarterly

Hibbein, M., Jenkins, J., Schneider, C., Valacich. J., & Weinmann, M. (in press). How is Your User Feeling? Inferring Emotion Through Human-Computer Interaction Devices. MIS Quarterly. 

Junming Yin, M. Marchetti-Bowick, J. Howrylak, and E. P. Xing. “A Time-varying Group Sparse Additive Model for Genome-wide Association Studies of Dynamic Complex Traits.” Bioinformatics, in press.

Marketing

Schilke, Oliver, Martin Reimann, and Karen S. Cook (2016), “Reply to Wu and Wilkes: Power, whether situational or durable, decreases both relational and generalized trust,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113 (11), E1418.Warren, Caleb and McGraw, A.P. (2016), “Differentiating What Is Humorous From What Is Not,” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 110, 407-430.

Lo, Desmond, Wouter Dessein, Mrinal Ghosh, and Francine Lafontaine, “Price Delegation and Performance Pay: Evidence from Industrial Sales Forces,” Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, 32 (3), 508-544.

Martin, Jolie, Martin Reimann, and Michael I. Norton (2016), “Experience theory, or how desserts are like losses,” Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, forthcoming. 

Lin, Mingfeng, Yong Liu, and Siva Viswanathan (2016), "Effectiveness of Reputation in Contracting for Customized Production: Evidence from Online Labor Markets," Management Science, forthcoming.

Liu, Angela Xia, Yong Liu and Ting Luo (2016), "What Drives a Firm's Choice of Product Recall Remedy? The Impact of Remedy Cost, Product Hazard, and the CEO," Journal of Marketing, forthcoming. 

Maciel, Andre and Melanie Wallendorf (2016) “Taste Engineering: An Extended Consumer Model of Cultural Competence Constitution,” Journal of Consumer Research, forthcoming.

Newman, Kevin and Merrie Brucks (2016), “When are Natural and Urban Environments Restorative? The Impact of Environmental Fit on Self-Control Restoration” Journal of Consumer Psychology, forthcoming.

Ghosh, Bikram and Michael R. Galbreth (2016) “Competition with Asymmetric Experience Uncertainty" Decision Sciences, forthcoming.


 

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