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Faculty research

March 2013

Faculty research

Professor of Finance Pierluigi Balduzzi presented “Survey Forecasts and the Time-Varying Second Moments of Stock and Bond Returns” at the 2013 AFA meeting in San Diego.

Jean Bartunek, Robert A. and Evelyn J. Ferris Chair and professor of management and organization, contributed an article, “Organization Development and Change,” to the Spring 2013 edition of Oxford Bibliographies in Management. Mary Ann Glynn, Joseph F. Cotter Professor of Organizational Studies; Simona Giorgi, assistant professor of management and organization; and Christi Lockwood, Ph.D. 15, also contributed an article, “Organization Culture.”

Stephanie Greene, associate professor of business law, authored “The American Business Law Journal at Fifty: Past, Present and Future” (with Robert C. Bird, Daniel R. Cahoy, Joan T.A. Gabel, and Jamie Darin Prenkert) in the current issue of the American Business Law Journal.

Katherine (Kay) Lemon, Accenture Professor of Marketing, coauthored “Successful Customer Value Management: Key Lessons and Emerging Trends” with Peter C. Verhoef in the February 2013 edition of European Management Journal.

“Australian Gambling Culture and Economic Development,” a paper by Richard McGowan, S.J., adjunct associate professor of finance, appeared in the December 2012 issue of Gaming Law Review and Economics.

The Journal of Financial Economics published “Is there price discovery in equity options?” by Assistant Professor of Finance Dmitriy Muravyev (with Neil D. Pearson and John Paul Broussard) in its February 2013 edition.

Michael G. Pratt, O’Connor Family Professor of Management and Organization, coauthored “Love, Hate, Ambivalence, or Indifference?: A Conceptual Examination of Workplace Crimes and Organizational Identification” with Abhijeet K. Vadera in the January/February 2013 issue of Organization Science and “When should I trust my gut? Linking domain expertise to intuitive decision-making effectiveness” with Erik Dane and Kevin W. Rockmann in the November 2012 issue of Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.

Ronnie Sadka, professor of finance, served on the organizing committee of the American Finance Association’s annual Hedge Fund Research Conference, held January 24–25, 2013, at NYSE-Euronext in Paris.

Associate Professor of Marketing Gerald Smith edited Visionary Pricing: Reflections and Advances in Honor of Dan Nimer, published by Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Psychology and Marketing published “Cultural Diversity and Marketing Transactions: Are Market Integration, Large Community Size, and World Religions Necessary for Fairness in Ephemeral Exchanges?” by Professor of Marketing Arch G. Woodside (with Mann Zhang) in its March 2013 edition. Woodside also wrote “Moving beyond multiple regression analysis to algorithms: Calling for adoption of a paradigm shift from symmetric to asymmetric thinking in data analysis and crafting theory,” published in the April 2013 edition of the Journal of Business Research. He visited Asia University in Taichung, Taiwan, on January 11 to speak with that university’s department of management about business management research.