Faculty Research and Honors
April, Clinical Professor of Marketing Walter
Herbst spoke in Geneva about product design on behalf
of the U.N.'s World Intellectual Property Organization. Herbst's
design firm, Herbst LaZar Bell, was honored with a 2007
I.D. Magazine Annual Design Award. The firm received a
Silver Medal in Appliance Design Magazine's 2007 Excellence
in Design Competition.
Eisfeldt, assistant professor of finance, published "Smoothing
With Liquid and Illiquid Assets" in the September issue
of the Journal of Monetary Economics.
Kotler, the SC Johnson & Son Distinguished Professor
of International Marketing, spoke at the Leaders in Dubai
Business Conference on Nov. 18. Other speakers included former
U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan and microfinance pioneer
Strategy: Principles and Practice by Jan
Van Mieghem, the Harold L. Stuart Distinguished Professor
of Managerial Economics, has been published by Dynamic Ideas
Professor of Marketing Alex
Chernev has published the second edition of Strategic
Marketing Analysis, which offers a comprehensive framework
for strategic marketing planning and outlines a structured
approach to identifying and solving marketing problems.
Thompson, the J. Jay Gerber Distinguished Professor of
Dispute Resolutions and Organizations, co-authored Conflict
in Organizational Groups this year with Kristen Behfar.
Three more of her books are slated for publication in 2008.
Professor of Accounting Beverly
Walther has co-authored "When Security Analysts Talk,
Who Listens?" published in The Accounting Review's
October edition. "Investor Reaction to Celebrity Analysts:
The Case of Earnings Forecast Revisions," appeared in
the June Journal of Accounting Research.
Brett, the DeWitt W. Buchanan Jr. Distinguished Professor
of Dispute Resolution and Organizations, is the author of
Negotiating Globally: How to Negotiate Deals, Resolve Disputes,
and Make Decisions Across Cultures. The textbook's second
edition was published in September with new content and contains
a CD of global negotiation cases. Brett also was recognized
by the International Association for Conflict Management for
her co-authorship of "The Negotiation Dance: Time, Culture,
and Behavioral Sequences in Negotiation." The organization
named the paper, published in Organizational Science
in 2005, best journal article of that year.
Salvo, associate professor of management and strategy,
received a "Young Economists Essay Award" at the
2007 Conference of the European Association for "Cut-Throat
Fringe Competition in an Emerging Country Market."
August, Assistant Professor of Marketing Yi
Qian published "Do National Patent Laws Stimulate
Domestic Innovation in a Global Patenting Environment? A Cross-Country
Analysis of Pharmaceutical Patent Protection, 1978–2002"
in the Review of Economics and Statistics.
Lariviere, professor of managerial economics and decision
sciences, assumed the presidency of the Manufacturing and
Service Operations Management Society of INFORMS. Lariviere
and colleague Jan Van Mieghem won a best paper prize from
Manufacturing & Service Operations Management.
Assistant Professor Robert
Wolcott co-authored a paper in the autumn edition of the
MIT Sloan Management Review. "The Four Models
of Corporate Entrepreneurship" is based on a three-year
study of approximately 30 companies.
Rogers, the Gordon and Llura Gund Family Professor of
Entrepreneurship, has been voted Professor of the Year for
the third time by the Kellogg/Schulich Executive MBA Program.
Petersen, the Glen Vasel Professor of Finance, and Michael Faulkender,
visiting assistant professor, co-authored, "Does the
Source of Capital Affect Capital Structure?" The paper
appeared in the Review of Financial Studies in 2006
and was named runner-up for the Barclays Global Investors
Michael Brennan Best Paper Award.
Marketing Professor Derek
Rucker co-authored "Addressing Moderated Mediation
Hypotheses: Theory, Methods, and Prescriptions," in Multivariate
Behavioral Research, Vol. 42. The paper examines how to
construe and conduct analyses of conditional indirect effects,
commonly known as moderated mediation effects.
year, Adjunct Associate Professor Helen
Teplitskaia was named recipient of the Changing Worlds
Immigrant and Refugee Contributions award. Teplitskaia was
also featured in the Russian magazine Medved, which
named her "the most influential Russian woman in America."