Professor of Marketing Alexander
Chernev has received the Early Career Award from the Society
for Consumer Psychology.
Finance Association has honored Assistant Professor of Finance
Eisfeldt with its Smith Breeden Distinguished Paper Award.
Professor Eisfeldt published her award-winning paper, "Endogenous
Liquidity in Asset Markets," in the February 2004 issue of
the association's The Journal of Finance. The paper
explores why market liquidity varies over the business cycle
and why people are reluctant to trade in bad economic times.
Gulati, Michael Ludwig Nemmers Distinguished Professor
of Strategy and Organizations, has two publications forthcoming:
"Adaptation in Vertical Relationships: Beyond Incentive Conflict,"
with P. Lawrence and P. Puranam in the Strategic Management
Journal and "The Quest for Customer Focus," with James
Oldroyd in the Harvard Business Review.
Mark McCareins, adjunct professor of antitrust and business
law, was named to Best Lawyers in America, a referral publication
for the legal profession, in the antitrust category. Professor
McCareins also co-authored an article in the fall 2004 issue
of the ABA Antitrust Magazine on "Arbitrating Antitrust
P. Nemmers Distinguished Professor of Finance Robert
McDonald in March provided testimony to the President's
Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform. Professor McDonald and
other witnesses gave testimony on the impact of tax laws on
important taxpayer decisions and how the tax system treats
investment alternatives. President George Bush established
the bipartisan panel in January to make recommendations whose
stated aim is to create a more simple, fair and growth-oriented
of Management and Senior Austin Fellow Walter
Scott in December was named an Honorary Life Trustee of
National Louis University.
Marion Kauffman Foundation has awarded the first Ewing Marion
Kauffman Prize Medal for Distinguished Research in Entrepreneurship
Stern, associate professor of management and strategy.
Professor Stern received the Kauffman Prize Medal for his
enterprising research into the idea marketplace, which will
permit the development of new-market approaches that enable
entrepreneurs to better produce and sell their intellectual
property. See page 6 in this magazine for more details.
Uzzi, associate professor of management and organizations,
will publish "Collaboration and Creativity: The Small World
Problem" with Jarrett Spiro in the American Journal of
Sociology (September 2005). Another of Professor Uzzi's
recent publications is "Team Assembly Rules and Team Performance
in Academic Collaboration Networks," with Roger Guimera, Jarrett
Spiro and Luis Amaral in Science (Spring 2005). Both
papers examine how collaboration impacts success. In the former
piece the authors studied creative artists; in the latter
they studied academic disciplines.