J. McNerney Distinguished Professor of Health Industry Management
Dranove has been named director of the Kellogg Schools
Center for Health Industry Market Economics (CHIME), a new
research center that promotes business and public policy research
on the health care and related industries.
of his outstanding contribution to marketing, Philip
Kotler, the S.C. Johnson & Son Distinguished Professor
of International Marketing, has been awarded this years
Honorary Fellowship from the Chartered Institute of Marketing
of Great Britain. Kotler is the first academic, and the first
American, to have ever been awarded this fellowship.
Ward Professor of Marketing Lakshman
Krishnamurthi has received the Sidney Levy Teaching Award
for 2001. He was also selected as Professor of the Year (2000)
by students in the Kellogg-HKUST program. In addition, he
contributed Pricing Strategies and Tactics to
the Kellogg on Marketing textbook, and was named one
of the top marketing scholars over the last decade in a survey
of the leading six marketing research journals. Krishnamurthi
also received the Donald R. Lehmann Award for being co-author
(with Venky Shankar and Gregory Carpenter) of the outstanding
dissertation-based article in the field of marketing research,
published in the Journal of Marketing Research.
Mark McCareins, adjunct professor of business and antitrust
law, has been named Chair of the Advisory Council of the Center
for Interdisciplinary Studies at the Washington University
School of Law.
the Institute of Medicine awarded the Adam Yarmolinsky Medal
to Walter McNerney in honor of McNerneys three
decades of service to the Institute as a distinguished
adviser. McNerney is Kelloggs Herman Smith Professor
Emeritus of Health Policy.
the Harold H. Hines Jr. Distinguished Professor of Risk Management,
published The Art of High-Stakes Decision-Making: Tough
Calls in a Speed-Driven World (John Wiley & Sons)
Gerber Distinguished Professor of Dispute Resolutions &
Thompson has published Primacy effects in justice
judgments: Testing predictions from fairness heuristic theory
in Organization Behavior & Human Decision Processes,
85 (2), 189-210. In addition, she has published Battle
of the sexes: Gender stereotype confirmation and reactance
in negotiations in the Journal of Personality and
Social Psychology, 80 (6), 942-958. Thompson, along with
co-authors L. Kray and A. Galinsky, won the best paper award
at the International Association of Conflict Management, Cergy,
France, in June, for their work titled Reversing the
gender gap in negotiations: An exploration of stereotype regeneration.