Faculty Research and Honors
Robert Korajczyk, the Harry G. Guthmann Professor of Finance, received the Dr. Richard A. Crowell Memorial Prize for his working paper, "Intraday Patterns in the Cross-Section of Stock Returns." The award is bestowed by PanAgora Asset Management on the best paper in the field of quantitative investment.
Assistant Professor of Marketing Yi Qian's paper, "Impacts of Entry by Counterfeiters," was selected as one of the 50 best management articles published in 2008 and received an Emerald Management Review Citation of Excellence. The paper appeared in the November issue of the Quarterly Journal of Economics.
An article co-authored by Marketing Professor Andris Zoltners received the American Marketing Association's Selling and Sales Management Special Interest Group's Excellence in Research Award. The 2008 article, "Sales Force Effectiveness: A Framework for Researchers and Practitioners," co-authored by Prabhakant Sinha and Sally E. Lorimer, appeared in the Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management. The article also received the journal's Marvin Jolson Award for the Best Contribution to Selling and Sales Management Practice.
A paper by Adam Galinsky, the Morris and Alice Kaplan Professor of Ethics and Decision in Management, was among three finalists for the Otto Klineberg Intercultural and International Relations Prize. The paper, "Multicultural Experience Enhances Creativity: The When and How," was published in American Psychologist.
Other papers recently co-authored by Galinsky include:
- "Cultural Borders and Mental Barriers: The Relationship Between Living Abroad and Creativity," in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
- "Goals Gone Wild: The Systematic Side Effects of Over-Prescribing Goal Setting," in Academy of Management Perspectives
- "Bad Drives Psychological Reactions but Good Propels Behavior: Responses to Honesty and Deception," co-authored by J. Keith Murnighan, the Harold H. Hines Jr. Professor of Risk Management, in Psychological Science
- "Illusory Control: A Generative Force Behind Power's Far-Reaching Effects," also in Psychological Science
Galinsky also co-authored a paper with Assistant Professor of Marketing Derek Rucker. The paper, "Conspicuous Consumption versus Utilitarian Ideals: How Different Levels of Power Shape Consumer Behavior," appeared in the May issue of the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. Rucker has been named a Marketing Science Institute Young Scholar for his early contributions to the field of marketing.
Associate Professor of Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences Karl Schmedders received the "Best Teacher Award" from the Kellogg/WHU-10 Executive MBA graduating class. At the program's commencement ceremony in October, Schmedders delivered a speech on the meaning of intellectual depth in the context of a Kellogg Executive MBA education.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Finance Andrey Ukhov's paper "Stock and Bond Market Liquidity: A Long-Run Empirical Analysis" was published in the February issue of the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. A second paper, "The Term Structure of Bond Market Liquidity and Its Implications for Expected Bond Return," will appear in a forthcoming issue.
E.D. Howard Professor of Political Economy Alvaro Sandroni's paper, "Manipulability of Comparative Tests," has been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
A paper by Mitchell A. Petersen, "Estimating Standard Errors in Finance Panel Data Sets: Comparing Approaches," was published in the Review of Financial Studies in February. Petersen is the Glen Vasel Professor of Finance.
Assistant Professor of Management & Strategy Leemore Dafny and David Dranove, the Walter J. McNerney Professor of Health Industry Management, published the paper "Regulatory Exploitation and the Market for Corporate Control" in the The Journal of Law & Economics.
A new four-volume collection containing the most influential papers in the formal theory of politics over the last 60 years features multiple papers by Kellogg faculty members. Rational Choice Politics (Sage Publications Ltd.) includes three papers by Timothy Feddersen, the Wendell Hobbs Professor of Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences; two by David Austen-Smith, the Peter G. Peterson Professor of Corporate Ethics; and three by Daniel Diermeier, the IBM Professor of Regulation and Competitive Practice. The three Kellogg professors are among the 10 most-referenced authors, with Diermeier and Feddersen tied for third place, and Austen-Smith tied for seventh place. The collection, which features 69 papers by 83 authors and co-authors, is expected to be the standard reference in the area for years to come.