Professor of Health Industry Management and Preventative Medicine
Peter Budetti published Physicians and Health
Systems Public and Private Policies Push Them Together
and Drive Them Apart, in Health Affairs. He also
co-authored Estimating the Cost of Developmental Services
Provided in General Pediatric Practice, which appeared
in the October issue of Pediatrics.
Professor of Operations Management and Information Science
Sunil Chopra has received the IIE Book of the Year
Award for his text Supply Chain Management: Strategy, Planning
Dranove and Mark Satterthwaite published the cover
story in January issue of National Bureau of Economic Research
Digest, titled Is More Information Better? The Effects
of Report Cards on Health Care Providers.
Hagerty, the Mechtild E. Nemmers Professor of Finance,
has been named the First Chicago Distinguished Professor of
the Sandy and Morton Goldman Professor of Entrepreneurial
Studies, has co-authored a new book on marketing titled Marketing
Moves: A New Approach to Profits, Growth and Renewal.
The book was published in March and was co-authored by Philip
Kotler, the S.C. Johnson and Son Distinguished Professor of
Marketing, and Suvit Maesincee.
the S.C. Johnson and Son Distinguished Professor of Marketing,
will receive this years Distinguished Educator Award
from The Academy of Marketing Science. The event will take
place on May 29 at the Academys meeting at Sanibel Harbour
Resort in Sanibel, Fla. In addition, Kotler has recently published
three new books: Marketing Moves: A New Approach to Profits,
Growth and Renewal (co-authored with Dipak Jain and Suvit
Maesincee); the second edition of Marketing Professional
Services (co-authored by Paul Bloom and Tom Hayes); and
an updated edition of Social Marketing: Improving the Quality
of Life (co-authored by Ed Roberto and Nancy Lee).
Adjunct Professor of Business and Antitrust Law, R. Mark
McCareins, presented a paper titled Non-Price Predation
under Section 2 of the Sherman Act in Steamboat Springs,
Colo. at the National Continuing Legal Education Institute
Conference. McCareins was also announced as a 2002 recipient
of the Alumni Award of the Washington University School of
Law, presented in April.
Professor of Accounting and Information Systems Tom Prince
published Supporting Patient-Centered Care in Medical
Groups with Information Technology. The article appears
in the Journal of Ambulatory Care Management, vol 25
(1), January 2002.
Rogers, the Gordon and Llura Gund Family Professor of Entrepreneurship,
was profiled as one of the Top Ten Minds in Small Business
in a Dec. 3 Fortune.com feature.
the McCormick Tribune Professor of Electronic Commerce and
Technology, has published an article titled Dont
Just Relate Collaborate! The article appears
in the April issue of Sloan Management Review.
Thompson, the Jay J. Gerber Distinguished Professor of
Dispute Resolutions and Organizations, has recently published
(with co-authors Kathleen Valley, Robert Gibbons and Max Bazerman)
How Communication Improves Efficiency in Bargaining
Games in Games and Economic Behavior, 2002, vol.
Associate Professor of Management
and Organizations Brian Uzzi will be a keynote speaker
on the topic of the relationship between economics and business
sociology at the 2002 International Sociological Association
Meeting in Brisbane, Australia.