Gus De Franco andStephanie Cheng’s paper “Marijuana Liberalization and Public Finance: A Capital Market Perspective on the Passage of Medical Use Laws,” co-authored with Pengkai Lin of Singapore Management University, has been accepted for publication in The Journal of Accounting & Economics.
Yuchen Zhang’spaper “Breakthrough Invention and Problem Complexity: Evidence from a Quasi-Experiment,” co-authored with Wei Yang of China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), has been accepted for publication in The Strategic Management Journal.
Gans Narayanamoorthy’s paper “Are All Types of Real Transaction Management Equal in the Eyes of Bank Lenders?” has been conditionally accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.
Oleg Gredil’s paper “Nowcasting Net Asset Values: The Case of Private Equity,” co-authored with Greg Brown and Eric Ghysels of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has been accepted for publication in The Review of Financial Studies.
Musa Caglar’s paper “An Interpretable Decision-Support Systems for Daily Cryptocurrency Trading” has been accepted for publication in Expert Systems with Applications.
Lisa LaViers, Jason Sandvik and Da Xu’spaper “CEO Pay Ratio, Voluntary Disclosures and Stakeholder Reactions” has been accepted for publication in The Review of Accounting Studies (RAST).
Trevor Young’s paper “Sentiment and Uncertainty” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Financial Economics (JFE).
Carmen Weigelt, associate professor of management, recently had papers accepted for publication in Energy Policy and IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management.
In a study published in the Journal of Business Venturing, Assistant Professor of Management Brian Bergman offers strategies for new entrants in an emerging market category when the category-leading firm suffers a very public failure.
Stephanie Cheng’s paper “Disclosure and Competition for Capital,” co-authored with Christine Cuny and Xue Hao, has been accepted for publication in Management Science.
Senior Professor of Practice Peter Ricchiuti will discuss his new book, Being Your Own Boss Is Terrific, at the inaugural New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane University, which takes place March 10-12 on the uptown campus.
Rajat Khanna’s paper “Degree Assortativity in Collaboration Networks and Invention Performance,” co-authored with Isin Guler from UNC Chapel Hill, has been accepted for publication in Strategic Management Journal.