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Professors of Finance Andrea
Eisfeldt and Adriano
Rampini have published "Endogenous Liquidity in
Asset Markets" in the February issue of the Journal of
Finance. They also received a research grant from the
Searle Fund for "Barriers to Restructuring are Barriers to
Growth." In April, Rampini also published "Entrepreneurial
Activity, Risk, and the Business Cycle" in the Journal
of Monetary Economics.
Professor of Health Industry Management Linda
Emanuel announces the formation of a new journal, Organizational
Ethics. In addition, Emanuel published "Refocusing the
Research Agenda: Who Benefits from Palliative Care" in Clinics
in Geriatrics Medicine 2004 with David Dranove, the Walter J. McNerney Distinguished Professor
of Health Industry Management, and AT LoSasso. Emanuel also
published "Corporate Citizenship: Managing Relationships with
Professionals and Government" in Organizational Ethics
(2004, vol. 1). She won the Pellegrino Lifetime Achievement
Award for 2004.
Feddersen, the Wendell Hobbs Professor of Managerial Politics,
has been elected chair of the Managerial Economics and Decision
Fishman, the Norman Strunk Distinguished Professor of Financial Institutions,
has been re-elected chair of the Finance Department.
Greenstein, the Elinor and H. Wendell Hobbs Distinguished
Professor of Management and Strategy, was re-elected chair
of the Management and Strategy Department.
of Public Management and Director of the Program in Nonprofit
Haider will publish an article on nonprofit mergers in
the fall edition of the Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Haider was elected in April to the board of Asset Acceptance
Kalai, the James J. O'Connor Distinguished Professor of
Decision and Game Sciences, was elected president of the international
Game Theory Society. He will preside over its Second World
Congress, to be held in Marseilles, France, this July.
Korajczyk, senior associate dean and the Harry
G. Guthmann Distinguished Professor of Finance, has published
"Are Momentum Profits Robust to Trading Costs?" in the June
issue of the Journal of Finance with Ronnie Sadka,
who received his doctoral degree from the Kellogg School in
2003. Korajczyk also has been appointed to the academic advisory
board of the Gutmann Center for Portfolio Management at the
University of Vienna and the scientific advisory board of
Marketing Executives Association has awarded SC Johnson &
Son Distinguished Professor of International Marketing Philip
Kotler its Gold Medal of Global Marketing Award. Kotler received the award
May 24 in Stockholm.
Professor of Marketing Robert V. Kozinets and
Professor of Marketing John F. Sherry Jr., with Diana Storm, Adam Duhachek, Krittinee Nuttavuthisit and Benèt
DeBerry-Spence, won the William R. Davidson Award, honorable
mention, for the top article for the year in the Journal
of Retailing. Their article, "Themed Flagship Brand Stores
in the New Millennium: Theory, Practice, Prospects," was published
in the Journal of Retailing (vol. 78). Kozinets has
also had several articles accepted for publication, including:
"Videography in Marketing and Consumer Research," (with Russell
W. Belk), forthcoming in Qualitative Marketing Research,
and "Adversaries of Consumption: Consumer Movements, Activism,
and Ideology," (with Jay M. Handelman) in the Journal of
Consumer Research. The Journal of Consumer Research
also will publish "Ludic Agency and Retail Spectacle" (with
John F. Sherry Jr., Diana Storm, Adam Duhachek, Krittinee
Nuttavuthisit and BenČt DeBerry-Spence). The same group collaborated
to publish "Gendered Behavior in a Male Preserve: Role Playing
at ESPN Zone Chicago," in the Journal of Consumer
Psychology (vol. 14).
Professor of Management and Organizations Johann Peter
Murmann received the 2004 Schumpeter
Award in Milan at the biannual conference of the International
Joseph A. Schumpeter Society for his book Knowledge and
Competitive Advantage: The Coevolution of Firms, Technology,
and National Institutions.
Professor of Finance Paola
Sapienza was appointed Faculty Research
Fellow in the National Bureau of Economic Research's
program on corporate finance. Her paper, "The Effects of Government
Ownership on Bank Lending," was published in the Journal
of Financial Economics (vol. 72, issue 2). Sapienza also
published "The Role of Social Capital in Financial Development,"
(with Luigi Guiso and Luigi Zingales) in the American Economic
Review (2004). Her article, "Does Local Financial Development
Matter?" (with Luigi Guiso and Luigi Zingales) has been accepted
for publication by the Quarterly Journal of Economics.
Professor of Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences Karl
Schmedders was nominated for the Smith Breeden Prize,
awarded by the Journal of Finance, for his paper "Asset
Trading Volume with Dynamically Complete Markets and Heterogenous
Agents" (with Ken Judd and Felix Kubler). Students at WHU-Otto
Beisheim Graduate School of Management selected Schmedders
for the university's "Best Teacher Award" for the winter semester.
He also won the award last winter.
Tybout, the Harold T. Martin Professor of Marketing, was elected chair of
the Marketing Department.
Ward, clinical professor of family enterprise and co-director
of the Center for Family Enterprise, published "Culture in
Family-Owned Enterprises: Recognizing and Leveraging Unique
Strengths," (with Daniel Denison and Colleen Lief) in Family
Business Review (vol. XVII, no.1).