Kellogg World Winter 2010

Publications & honors

  Eric Anderson
  Yael Hochberg
  Lakshman Krishnamurthi
  Leigh Thompson

A paper co-authored by Eric Anderson, the Hartmarx Professor of Marketing, entitled “Long Run Effects of Promotion Depth on New Versus Established Customers: Three Field Studies” was a finalist for the INFORMS Society for Marketing Science Long Term Impact award. This award is given to papers published in Marketing Science or Management Science that have made a significant, long-term impact on the field of marketing.

Sandeep Baliga, associate professor of managerial economics and decision sciences, published the paper “Domestic Political Survival and International Conflict: Is Democracy Good for Peace?” in the April 2011 issue of Review of Economic Studies.

Miguel Brendl, associate professor of marketing and psychology, co-authored the article “Stuck in the Middle: The Psychophysics of Goal Pursuit,” which was published in the May 2011 issue of Psychological Science.

David Dranove, the Walter J. McNerney Professor of Health Industry Management, was recently appointed to the Governing Board and director of the Scientific Review Committee for the Health Care Cost Institute, a nonprofit that promotes independent research and analysis on the causes of rising U.S. health spending. The goal of the nonprofit is to improve understanding of health-care costs to help policymakers develop effective solutions to problems facing the health-care system.

Yael Hochberg, assistant professor of finance, won an Emerald Citation of Excellence Award for her paper, “Whom You Know Matters: Venture Capital Networks and Investment Performance,” which was published in the Journal of Finance in 2007. The paper is among the top 50 articles featured in the top 300 management publications worldwide that have had proven impact since their publication date.

Lakshman Krishnamurthi, the A. Montgomery Ward Distinguished Professor of Marketing, has co-authored a three-part series on the consequences of inefficient agricultural marketing and distribution systems for the Wall Street Journal.

An article by Philip Kotler, the S.C. Johnson & Son Professor of International Marketing, is featured in Marketing Legends, a unique collection of articles written by nine eminent academics. He also recently embarked upon an Asian speaking tour in Bali, where he opened the world’s first Museum of Marketing 3.0, then continued on to Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Colombo, Ningbo, Suzhou and Guanzhou. In addition, recently ranked Kotler as the No. 1 professor on the Management A-List of Academics. This list of U.S. academics is based on professors’ records of outstanding achievements as well as global web search interest in 2010, as reported by Google.

Mark McCareins, senior lecturer of business law, published “The Current State of Patent False Marking Litigation” in the May 2011 issue of the Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal. He was also selected to the Antitrust Section Council of the Illinois State Bar Association for a two-year term.

Al Rappaport, the Leonard Spacek Professor Emeritus, has published the book Saving Capitalism from Short-Termism (McGraw-Hill 2011).

Joshua Rauh, associate professor of finance, published the paper “Public Pension: How Big Are They and What Are They Worth?” in the August 2011 edition of the Journal of Finance.

A new edition of the book Mind and Heart of the Negotiator, by Leigh Thompson, the J. Jay Gerber Professor of Dispute Resolution & Organizations, is forthcoming from Prentice Hall.

Robert Wolcott, senior lecturer of entrepreneurship and innovation and executive director of the Kellogg Innovation Network, delivered a keynote address Oct. 3 at the Nordic Innovation’s MMI conference in Copenhagen. During the talk, Wolcott discussed the innovation radar methodology that he co-developed with Mohanbir Sawhney, the Robert R. McCormick Tribune Foundation Clinical Professor of Technology.


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