G. Andersen, the Nathan S. and Mary P. Sharp Distinguished Professor
of Finance, is editor of the Journal of Business and
Economic Statistics (JBES), with a planned
tenure until December 2006. The JBES consistently is
ranked among the top 10 of all economics journals, and
serves as a unique meeting place for applied economists
and statisticians working to develop the appropriate
empirical methodology for a broad range of topics in
business and economics.
Prentice Hall recently published the second edition of
William L. Ford Distinguished Professor of Marketing and
Wholesale Distribution James
C. Anderson's book, Business Market Management:
Understanding, Creating, and Delivering Value (co-authored
with James Narus of Wake Forest University).
Professor of Technology James
Conley was keynote author at a conference organized
by the Data Research and Development Center at the University
of Chicago and sponsored by the National Science Foundation
and the Department of Education. Professor Conley presented "Scaling
from Prototype to Production: A Managed Process" at the
conference, held in November in Washington, D.C. He also
delivered the Heinz-Nixdorf memorial lectures at WHU-Otto
Beisheim Graduate School of Management in Vallendar, Germany,
in November. In addition, in January the Murphy Society
awarded Conley a $55,000 research grant to develop a course
titled "Innovation and Invention." The course seeks to
empower scientists, engineers and other technical personnel
with an understanding of how their inventions contribute
to competitive advantage and wealth creation in the marketplace.
Professor of Finance Andrea
Eisfeldt has authored "Endogenous Liquidity in Asset
Markets," published in the Journal of Finance (vol.
59, Feb. 2004). The paper studies how market liquidity
varies with aggregate economic conditions.
Professor of Marketing Angela
Lee is co-author, along with Aparna Labroo of the University
of Chicago, of an article forthcoming in the May issue
of the Journal of Marketing Research. "The Effect
of Conceptual and Perceptual Fluency on Brand Evaluation," shows
that when a target comes to mind more readily and becomes
conceptually fluent, participants develop more favorable
attitudes toward the target.
Professor of Antitrust and Business Law R.
Mark McCareins was recently named to the "Chambers'
Guide of Leading Antitrust Attorneys in the United States" for
2003-2004. This ranking is based on reviews submitted by
other lawyers, judges, clients and corporate legal departments.
Pagliari, clinical assistant professor and associate director
of the Real Estate Program, presented a keynote address at
the 22nd annual Real Estate Industry's Premier Investment
Forum, held in February in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Rao, the Richard L. Thomas Distinguished Professor of
Leadership and Organizational Change, has published "Sources
of Durability and Change in Market Classifications: A Study
of the Reconstitution of Product Categories in the Mutual
Fund Industry; 1944-1985," with Michael Lounsbury, in Social
Forces. He also has a forthcoming article, "Shrewd, Crude
or Deluded: Co-Movement and the Internet Stock Phenomenon,"
in Industrial and Corporate Change.
D. Gray Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Marketing Louis
W. Stern has been designated the Dorinda and Mark Winkelman
Distinguished Scholar at The Wharton School of the University
of Pennsylvania, a Senior Fellow of the Wharton School,
and co-director of Wharton's Jay H. Baker Retailing Initiative.
Professor Stern will continue to be based at the Kellogg
School during this appointment.
Thompson, the J. Jay Gerber Distinguished Professor of
Dispute Resolution and Organizations and director of the Kellogg
Teams and Groups Center, along with Kristin Behfar,
visiting assistant professor of management and organizations,
report that the Kellogg Teams and Groups Research Center has
recently launched a program called TeaMBAnk.
TeaMBAnk is a resource created exclusively for
Kellogg School MBAs to sharpen their leadership and team management
skills. The program offers three resources --- personalized
team consulting, training and facilitating for student groups,
and monthly seminars that present how current research can
be applied to teamwork and management practice.
Uzzi, associate professor of Management and Organizations,
published "Lawyers' Social Networks and the Pricing of
their Legal Services to Large Corporations," along with
PhD student Ryon Lancaster, in the American Sociological
Review. The piece is due out in August. In addition,
students at the Kellogg School's joint-degree partner,
the School of Business and Management at the Hong Kong
University of Science and Technology in China, have selected
Professor Uzzi as their "Professor of the Year."
Professor of Family Enterprise and co-director of the Center
for Family Enterprise John
Ward presented his keynote "Perpetuating the Family
Business" in February to a crowd of 75 Mexico City alumni
and their guests.
of Marketing Andris
A. Zoltners has written Sales Force Design for Strategic
Advantage, a sourcebook for sales executives and managers
with responsibility for strategic sales force planning