Jasmijn Bol portrait in GWBC
July 17, 2024
A new study by Jasmijn Bol, Francis Martin Chair in Business and PwC Professor of Accounting, investigates the differential impacts of Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) for male versus female employees, uncovering significant gender disparities and highlighting the unintended consequences of using management control systems to promote and reward these behaviors.
Fariba Mamaghani photographed in the Goldring/Woldenberg Business Complex
July 09, 2024
A new research paper from Assistant Professor of Management Science Fariba Mamaghani explores the complex dynamic of electricity retailing, deciphering how solar power adoption is driving up prices and proposing an innovative solution to break the cycle.
Yang Pan
July 02, 2024
A study co-authored by a researcher at Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of Business has uncovered important insights into how individual investors' risk preferences influence their online trading behaviors and performance.
July 01, 2024
Hongseok Jang's paper "Tailoring Technology for Heterogeneous Shoppers: Implications for e-Retail Channel Competition” was accepted for publication in Journal of Management Information Systems.
June 27, 2024
Musa Caglar's paper "A Parsimonious Tree Augmented Naive Bayes Model for Exploring Colorectal Cancer Survival Factors and Their Conditional Interrelations” was accepted for publication in Information Systems Frontiers.
Alissa Bilfield portrait
June 04, 2024

Alissa Bilfield's paper "Exploring the Implications of the Fair Trade USA Certification for Farmworker Health and Well-being at the First Certified Farm in the U.S.," co-authored with Edmundo Hernandez, was published in the Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development

Goldring/Woldenberg Business Complext exterior at dusk
May 15, 2024

At the May meeting of the A. B. Freeman School of Business faculty, Dean Paulo Goes announced the following faculty members as recipients of 2024 research awards.



Irving H. Lavalle Research Award

Yang Pan
May 02, 2024
Yang Pan's paper "Mobile Apps, Trading Behaviors, and Portfolio Performance: Evidence from a Quasi-Experiment in China," co-authored with Chewei Liu, Sunil Mithas and J.J. Po-An Hsieh, has been accepted for publication in Information Systems Research.
Stock photo of person using dating app on phone
April 01, 2024
A new Tulane University study finds that sharing ephemeral photos, which vanish after being seen, can increase the number of matches on a dating app. The study was published in Information Systems Research.
Adobe Stock Illustration of online dating app
February 13, 2024
A study from a professor at the A. B. Freeman School of Business suggests that a new privacy feature has the potential to put dating app users more at ease and ultimately lead to more romantic connections.
January 24, 2024
Yumei He's paper "Enhancing User Privacy Through Ephemeral Sharing Design: Experimental Evidence from Online Dating" has been accepted for publication in Information Systems Research (ISR).
Stock photo of judge banging gavel
January 24, 2024
Judges relying on artificial intelligence tools to determine criminal sentences handed down markedly less jail time in tens of thousands of cases, but also appeared to discriminate against Black offenders despite the algorithms' promised objectivity, according to a new study by a researcher at Tulane University's A. B. Freeman School of Business.
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