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Recent Scholarly Research

Our faculty are recognized for their insightful analyses and their ability to push the frontier of thought within their respective academic disciplines and professions. Explore research published by Kellogg Faculty and featured in top-tier peer reviewed journals.
DATE Title Author Type
2022 Advanced Introduction to Negotiation Leigh Thompson, Cynthia Wang book
2021 Morale and Debt Dynamics, Management Science Daniel Barron, Jin Li, Michal Zator article
2021 A Theory of Strategic Uncertainty and Cultural Diversity, Review of Economic Studies Willemien Kets, Alvaro Sandroni article
2021 If it is surely better, do it more? Implications for preferences under ambiguity, Management Science Peter Klibanoff, Soheil Ghili article
2021 Shopping for Lower Sales Tax Rates, AEJ: Macro Scott Baker, Stephanie Johnson, Lorenz Kueng article
2021 Principal Costs: Reversing the Polarity of the Principal-Agent Dyad Maria Goranova, Edward Zajac working paper
2021 Instrumental Use Erodes Sacred Values, journal of personality and social psychology Rachel Ruttan, Loran Nordgren article
2021 Nation Building and Education, The Economic Journal Bryony Reich, Alberto Alesina, Paola Giuliano article
2021 Optimal Dynamic Appointment Scheduling of Base and Surge Capacity, M&SOM Benjamin Grant, Itai Gurvich, R Kannan Mutharasan, Jan A. Van Mieghem article
2021 Local Mispricing and Market Microstructure Noise: A Parametric Perspective, Journal of Econometrics Torben Andersen, Ilya Archakov, Gokhan Cebiroglu, Nikolaus Hautsch article
2021 The Returns to Nursing: Evidence from a Parental Leave Program, Review of Economic Studies Benjamin Friedrich, Martin Hackmann article
2021 TV Advertising Effectiveness and Profitability: Generalizable Results from 288 Brands, Econometrica Bradley Shapiro, Guenter Hitsch, Anna Tuchman article
2021 Profiting from Connections: Do Politicians Receive Stock Tips from Brokerage Houses?, Journal of Accounting and Economics Andrew Stephan, Beverly Walther, Laura Wellman article
2021 Intrinsic and Induced State Dependence in Frequency Reward Programs Huseyin Karaca, Lakshman Krishnamurthi, Yuxin Chen working paper
2021 Influencing Waiting Lists, Journal of Economic Theory James Schummer article
2021 How Inductive versus Deductive Generalization Shapes the Guilt-by-Association Phenomenon among Firms: Theory and Evidence, Organization Science I. Naumovska, Edward Zajac article
2021 Trading in Fragmented Markets, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis Markus Baldauf, Joshua Mollner article
2021 Fast Trading on Fake News: The Role of Speed in Liquidity Provision, Journal of Financial Markets Markus Baldauf, Joshua Mollner article
2021 Trade Shocks, Firm Hierarchies and Wage Inequality, Review of Economics and Statistics Benjamin Friedrich article
2021 Disentangling Moral Hazard and Adverse Selection Jeroen Swinkels, Hector Chade working paper

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