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Bala Balachandran, the J.L. Kellogg Distinguished Professor of Accounting Information and Management, was awarded the Padma Shri award for literature and education in January by Indian president K.R. Narayanan.

In May, Jeanne Brett, the DeWitt W. Buchanan, Jr., Distinguished Professor of Dispute Resolution and Organizations, received the Kellogg Faculty Choice Award. In June, she received a distinguished alumni award from the Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations at the University of Illinois.

In April, Daniel Diermeier, the IBM Professor of Regulation and Competitive Practice, won the Robert H. Duerr Award for Best Paper Applying Quantitative Methods to Substantive Problem for co-authoring "A Behavioral Model of Turnout." He was also awarded a Best Teacher award from Kellogg for 2001 and from the Kellogg-WHU International Executive Master's Program. Recent publications include "Government Turnover in Parliamentary Democracies" (co-authored with Antonio Merlo) in the Journal of Economic Theory, "Cabinet Terminations and Critical Events" (with Randy Stevenson) in American Political Science Review, and "Information and Congressional Hearings" (with Timothy J. Feddersen) in the American Journal of Political Science. Diermeier was also named acting director for the Ford Motor Company Center for Global Citizenship.

Associate Professor of Management and Strategy Shane Greenstein was appointed to an advisory committee for the U.S. Census Bureau.

Ranjay Gulati, associate professor of management and organizations, has been named the Michael Ludwig Nemmers Associate Professor of Technology and E-Commerce.

Since January, Professor of Public Management Donald Haider has served on U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld's Financial Management Reform Task Force. The recommendations of the five-person team are being circulated throughout the Department of Defense for possible congressional consideration.

In March, Philip Kotler, S.C. Johnson & Son Distinguished Professor of International Marketing, received an honorary doctorate degree from Budapest University of Economic Science and Public Management.

Assistant Professor of Marketing Robert V. Kozinets has published several recent articles. "Desert Pilgrim" appeared in the April issue of Consumption, Markets and Culture. "Utopian Enterprise: Articulating the Meaning of Star Trek's Culture of Consumption" appeared in the June issue of Journal of Consumer Research. "Hometown Ideology and Retailer Legitimation: The Institutional Semiotics of Wal-Mart Flyers" (co-authored with Stephen J. Arnold and Jay M. Handelman) was published in the Journal of Retailing, 77 (2), 243-271. "Being in The Zone: Staging Retail Theater at ESPN Zone Chicago" (co-authored with John F. Sherry, Diana Storm, Adam Duhachek, Krittinee Nuttavuthisit and Benét DeBerry-Spence) will be published in the August issue of the Journal of Contemporary Ethnography.

Mark McCareins, adjunct professor of business law, has been named vice-chair of the American Bar Association's Antitrust Section on Programs.

David M. Messick, the Morris and Alice Kaplan Professor of Ethics and Decision in Management, published a book titled Social Influences on Ethical Behavior in Organizations (Lawrence Erlbaum).

Joseph L. Pagliari Jr., adjunct professor of real estate finance, has co-authored "Twenty Years of the NCREIF Property Index" for an upcoming issue of Real Estate Economics.

Mitchell A. Peterson has been named the Glen E. Vasel Associate Professor of Finance.

In June, Steven Rogers, clinical professor of management and finance, was presented the Benjamin E. Mays Award by A Better Chance, a national organization that identifies, recruits and develops leaders among academically gifted students of color.

Daniel F. Spulber, the Thomas G. Ayers Professor of Energy Resource Management, will publish the book Famous Fables of Economics: Myths of Market Failure (co-authored with Basil Blackwell) in 2001. In addition, the chapter "Competition Policy in Telecommunications" in The Handbook of Telecommunications Economics will appear later this year, while "Market Microstructure and Incentives to Invest" will be published in the April 2002 issue of Journal of Political Economy.

Brian Uzzi, associate professor of management and organizations, was invited to speak at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Bank in Washington, D.C. He also published a new book titled Athena Unbound: Women's Careers in Science and Technology (Cambridge UP).

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