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WORKSHOP SCHEDULES – SPRING 2014

 

BEDR

DATE

TIME

PLACE

SPEAKER

1/24

11:45-1:15

141

Devin Pope―Chicago

3/4

11:45-1:15

141

Adam Alter―NYU

3/18

11:45-1:15

141

David Laibson―Harvard

4/8

11:45-1:15

134

Jonathan Haidt―NYU

4/22

11:45-1:15

141

Tamar Kushnir―Cornell University

 

ACCOUNTING

DATE

TIME

PLACE

SPEAKER

1/20

4:15-5:30

134

Eldar Maksymov―Cornell University

2/10

4:15-5:30

 

Paul Fischer―University of Pennsylvania

2/21

11:30-12:45

127

Scott Emett―Cornell University
Motivated Selection Of Naïve Theories In Financial Statement Analysis

2/24

4:15-5:30

B05

Eric So―MIT

3/3

4:15-5:30

B05

Eric Yeung―Cornell University
Accounting Quality and Product Market Contracting: Evidence from Government Contract Awards

3/10

4:15-5:30

141

Donald Moser―University of Pittsburgh
The Consequences of Hiring Lower-Wage Workers in an Incomplete-Contract Environment

3/14

4:15-5:30

134

Cathy Schrand―University of Pennsylvania
Do managers tacitly collude to withhold industry-wide bad news?

3/24

4:15-5:30

141

Max Hewitt―University of Indiana
How the Discovery of Accruals-Based vs. Real Earnings Management Affects Investment Decisions: The Importance of Trust

4/7

3:45-5:00

333

Regina Wittenberg Moerman―University of Chicago
The Informational Role of the Media in Private Lending

4/21

4:15-5:30

134

Joe Pacelli―Cornell University

4/28

4:15-5:30

B05

Jessen Hobson―University of Illinois

5/5

4:15-5:30

141

Frank Hodge―University of Washington

 

FINANCE

DATE

TIME

PLACE

SPEAKER

1/24

2:00-3:30

B10

Howard Kung―University of British Columbia
Innovation, Growth, and Asset Prices

1/31

2:00-3:30

B10

Dirk Hackbarth―Boston University

2/7

2:00-3:30

B10

Pam Moulton―Cornell University

2/14

2:00-3:30

B10

Gideon Saar―Cornell University

2/21

2:00-3:30

B10

Ayan Bhattacharya―Cornell University
Learning While Negotiating, but Maybe Not Learning Enough:  Trading in OTC Markets

2/28

2:00-3:30

B10

George Gao―Cornell University
Perceived Crash Risk and Cross-Sectional Stock Returns

3/7

2:00-3:30

B10

Itzhak Ben-David―Ohio State University
Do Loan Officers’ Incentives Lead to Lax Lending Standards?

3/14

2:00-3:30

B11

Leonard Kostovetsky―University of Rochester
Whom do you trust?”  Investor-advisor relationships and mutual fund flows

3/21

2:00-3:30

B10

Holger Mueller―NYU
Capital and Labor Reallocation within Firms

3/28

2:00-3:30

B10

Liyan Liang―University of Toronto
Good Disclosure, Bad Disclosure

4/11

2:00-3:30

B10

Charles Jones―Columbia University
Too Many Venues?  Evidence from Technical Problems at Exchanges

4/18

2:00-3:30

B10

Juhani Linnainmaa―Chicago

4/25

2:00-3:30

B10

Xavier Gabiax―NYU

5/2

2:00-3:30

B10

Thierry Foucalt―HEC Paris

5/9

2:00-3:30

B10

David Matsa―Northwestern

 

MARKETING

DATE

TIME

PLACE

SPEAKER

1/24

1:25-2:40

131

Oleg Urminsky―University of Chicago

2/7

1:25-2:40

131

Eric Schwartz―University of Michigan

2/21

1:25-2:40

131

Juliano Laran―University of Miami
Rise to the Challenge: Effort Interpretation Influences Motivation to Perform a Behavior

2/28

1:25-2:40

131

Song Yao―Northwestern University

3/14

1:25-2:40

131

Aner Sela―University of Florida

4/11

1:25-2:40

131

Rik Pieters―Tilburg
Bidirectional Dynamics of Materialism and Loneliness:  Not Just a Vicious Cycle

6/20

1:25-2:40

131

Harald van Heerde―Massey University

 

M&O

DATE

TIME

PLACE

SPEAKER

3/11

12:00-1:30

134

Joe Magee―New York University
A little similarity goes a long way:  The Effects of peripheral but self-revealing similarities on improving and sustaining interracial relationships

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OPERATIONS

DATE

TIME

PLACE

SPEAKER

1/21

10:15-11:30

141

Yael Grushka-Cockayne―Darden School of Business
Trimmed Opinion Pools and the Crowd’s Calibration Problem

1/31

10:15-11:30

131

James Davis―Cornell University
Assortment Optimization under Variants of the Nested Logit Model

2/7

1:15-2:30

333

Anupam Agrawal―University of Illinois
Organizing for Sourcing Quality:  An Empirical Investigation

2/21

10:15-11:30

131

Dayoung Kim, Benny Valenti―Cornell University
How Do Consumers' Switching Behavior and Word-of-Mouth Affect Quality Competition?
Scheduling outpatient appointment systems with tandem queues and access probabilities

2/28

10:15-11:30

131

Ravi Subramanian―Georgia Tech
Key Factors in the Market for Remanufactured Products

3/28

10:15-11:30

131

Van Anh Truong―Columbia University
Optimal Advance Scheduling

3/28

10:15-11:30

 

Karen Donohue―University of Minnesota

4/11

10:15-11:30

131

Deishin Lee―Boston College
The Effect of Sourcing Policies on a Supplier’s Sustainable Practices

4/18

10:15-11:30

 

Robert Phillips―Columbia

4/25

10:15-11:30

 

Serguei Netessine―INSEAD

5/16

10:15-11:30

 

Arvind Sainathan―NYU