Brett, the DeWitt W. Buchanan Jr. Distinguished Professor
of Dispute Resolution and Organizations and director of the
Dispute Resolution Center, won the 2002 International Association
for Conflict Management’s Best Book Award for Negotiating
Assistant Professor of Marketing Scott
Davis has published Building the Brand-Driven Business.
His previous book, Brand Asset Management, is now
in its fourth printing.
Greenstein, the Elinor and H. Wendell Hobbs Distinguished
Professor of Management and Strategy, is editor of Communications
Policy and Information Technology: Promises, Problems, Prospects,
with Lorrie Cranor.
Ludwig Nemmers Distinguished Professor of Strategy and Organizations Ranjay
Gulati and M. Higgins have published “When Do Ties
Matter? A Contingent Model of the Implications of Interorganizational
Partnerships for IPO and Post-IPO Success” in the Strategic
Management Journal. Gulati also has published “The
Barista Principle: Starbucks and the Rise of Relational Capital”
in the August 2002 issue of Strategy and Business (S.
Huffman and G. Neilson, co-authors). Gulati and Lihua Wang
authored “Size of the Pie and Share of the Pie: Implications
of Structural Embeddedness for Value Creation and Value Appropriation
in Joint Ventures,” to be published in Research
in the Sociology of Organizations. Gulati also is incoming
president of the Business Policy and Strategy Division at
the Academy of Management.
Korajczyk, the Harry G. Guthmann Distinguished Professor
of Finance, has published “Predicting Equity Liquidity,”
with William Breen, Kellogg emeritus professor of finance,
and Laurie Simon Hodrick of Columbia University. The article
was published in Management Science (vol. 48, April
2002). Korajczyk also has published “Capital Structure
Choice: Macroeconomic Conditions and Financial Constraints”
(Amnon Levy, co-author). The article is forthcoming in the
Journal of Financial Economics. Korajczyk published
the Introduction to the Review of Financial Studies
Conference on Market Frictions and Behavioral Finance (John
Heaton, co-author) in Review of Financial Studies
(vol. 15, 2002).
Kotler, the SC Johnson & Son Distinguished Professor
of International Marketing, has published three books this
year, all new editions. They are: Marketing Management,
11th ed.; Social Marketing: Improving the Quality
of Life (Eduardo Roberto and Nancy Lee, co-authors),
2nd ed.; and Marketing Professional Services, 2nd
Mark McCareins, adjunct professor of antitrust and business
law, was a featured speaker at the University of Minnesota
Law School September symposium on global competition. He also
spoke about developments in intellectual property litigation
at the American Forest Paper Association’s annual meeting
Plein Nemmers Distinguished Professor of Finance Robert
McDonald was appointed editor of the Review of Financial
Studies in July. McDonald also won the Best Symposium
Paper Award at the annual meeting of the European Finance
Association for his paper, “The Tax (Dis)Advantage of
a Firm Issuing Options on its Own Stock.” He also has
published Derivatives Markets.
and Helen Kellogg Distinguished Professor of Management and
Ocasio was this year’s recipient of the Trailblazer
Award from the PhD Project Minority Students in Management.
Rogers, the Gordon and Llura Gund Family Professor of
Entrepreneurship, has published a new text titled The
Entrepreneur’s Guide to Finance & Business: Wealth
Creation Techniques for Growing a Business.
J. Ventresca, assistant professor of management and organizations,
is editor of Constructing Markets and Industries: Social,
Political, and Institutional Mechanisms with Joseph Porac.
Ventresca also was invited to join the editorial boards of
Academy of Management Review and the Journal
of International Business Research.