Research

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Research Notes: Burcu Tan

December 18, 2015

Burcu Tan’s paper “Dual Sourcing under Random Supply Capacities: The Role of the Slow Supplier,” co-authored with Qi Feng of Purdue University and Wen Chen of Providence College, has been accepted for publication in Production and Operations Management. Tan is an assistant professor of management science at the A. B. Freeman School of Business.

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Research Notes: Lingling Wang

December 02, 2015

Lingling Wang's paper “Executive Compensation Incentives Contingent on Long-term Accounting Performance,” co-authored with Zhi Li, has been accepted for publication in the Review of Financial Studies. Wang is an assistant professor of finance at the A. B. Freeman School of Business.

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Research Notes: John Page

October 14, 2015

John Page’s paper “Seasonal Affective Disorder and Seasoned Art Auction Prices: New Evidence from Old Masters” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics. The paper was co-authored with art historian Thomas Bayer (Tulane University) and economists Doron Kliger (University of Haifa), Yaron Raviv (Claremont McKenna College) and Joshua Rosett (Claremont McKenna College), Page is an associate professor of accounting at the Freeman School.

Research Notes: Claire Senot

September 25, 2015

Claire Senot's article What Has the Biggest Impact on Hospital Readmission Rates, co-authored with Aravind Chandrasekaran, was recently published in Harvard Business Review. The article, based on a recent paper of her published in Management Science, suggests that communication between caregivers and patients has the biggest impact on reducing hospital readmission rates and that hospitals that prioritize communication with patients in addition to complying with evidence-based standards of care can reduce readmission rates by 5 percent. Senot is an assistant professor of management...

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Research Notes: John Healey

September 15, 2015

John Healey’s paper “The Effects of Installed Base Innovativeness and Recency on Content Sales in a Platform-Mediated Market” has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Research in Marketing. Healey is an assistant professor of marketing at the A. B. Freeman School of Business.

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Research Notes: Jaideep Shenoy

September 10, 2015

Jaideep Shenoy’s paper “Trade Credit Decisions of U.S. Public Firms: The Joint Effects of Supplier and Customer Financial Characteristics” has been accepted for publication in Journal of Financial Intermediation. The paper was co-authored by Ryan Williams of the University of Arizona. Shenoy is an assistant professor of finance at the A. B. Freeman School of Business.

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Research Notes: Carmen Weigelt

September 04, 2015

Carmen Weigelt's paper “Competition, regulatory policy, and firms’ resource investments: The case of renewable energy technologies” has been accepted for publication in the Academy of Management Journal. The paper is co-authored with Ekundayo Shittu, assistant professor of engineering management & systems engineering at George Washington University. Weigelt is an associate professor of strategy & entrepreneurship at the A. B. Freeman School of Business.

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Research Notes: Robert Hansen

September 03, 2015

Robert Hansen’s discussion “What is the value of sell-side analysts?  Evidence from coverage changes,” originally presented at the 2014 Journal of Accounting & Economics Conference in Philadelphia, is now forthcoming in the Journal of Accounting and Economics. The conference is an annual presentation of the accounting department of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Hansen is the Francis Martin Chair in Business and professor of finance at the A. B. Freeman School of Business.

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Research Notes: Daniel Mochon and Janet Schwartz

August 05, 2015
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Daniel Mochon and Janet Schwartz's paper “Gain without pain: The extended effects of a behavioral health intervention” has been accepted for publication in Management Science. Financial incentive programs are an attractive way to for firms to help customers improve health behaviors such as better nutrition, increased exercise, better medication adherence and smoking cessation. While research from behavioral economics shows that these programs can improve a specific health behavior while financial incentives are in place, less is known about how they influence...

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Research Notes: Geoffrey Parker

July 17, 2015

Geoffrey Parker’s paper “Envelope Modeling of Renewable Resource Variability and Capacity,” co-authored with Xiaoyue Jiang of Tulane University’s Computer Science Department and Ekundayo Shittu of George Washington University, has been accepted for publication in Computers & Operations Research. Parker is the Norman Mayer Professor of Business and professor of management science at Tulane’s A. B. Freeman School of Business.

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Research Notes: Jennifer Merluzzi

June 26, 2015

Jennifer Merluzzi's paper “The Specialist Discount: Negative Returns for MBAs with Focused Profiles in Investment Banking,” co-authored with Damon Phillips of Columbia University, has been accepted for publication in Administrative Science Quarterly. Merluzzi is an assistant professor of management at Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of Business.

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Research Notes: Robert Hansen

May 26, 2015

Robert Hansen’s paper “Can analysts pick stocks for the long-run?” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Financial Economics. The paper, co-authored with Oya Altınkılıç and Liyu Ye, examines stock return drift following analysts’ revisions of their stock recommendations. The paper finds that during the high-frequency algorithmic trading period of 2003-2010, the stock return drift is not significantly different from zero, overturning previous research findings. The authors’ new findings agree with improved market efficiency after declines in real trading cost...