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James C. Anderson, the William L. Ford Distinguished Professor of Marketing and Wholesale Distribution, published (with James Narus) "Selectively Pursuing More of Your Customer's Business," in the spring issue of MIT Sloan Management Review.

Associate Professor of Marketing Anne Coughlan was awarded EMP-54's "Best Teacher Award" for her Marketing Channels class. Coughlan authored (with Vithala R. Rao) "Recruiting Rookie Faculty: School, Candidate, Competition" for publication in a forthcoming edition of the Asian Journal of Marketing. Coughlan also wrote (with Erin Anderson) a chapter in the Handbook of Marketing (Sage, 2003) titled "Channel Management: Structure, Governance and Relationship Management."

Donald P. Jacobs Scholar in Management and Strategy Leemore Dafny has been appointed a faculty research fellow of the National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Mass.

David Dranove, the Walter J. McNerney Distinguished Professor of Health Industry Management, and Mark Satterthwaite, the Earl Dean Howard Professor of Managerial Economics, have published "Is More Information Better? The Effects of Report Cards on Health Care Providers" in the June issue of the Journal of Political Economy (with Daniel Kessler and Mark McClellan). In addition, Dranove recently published the book What's Your Life Worth? Health Care Rationing: Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Decides (Financial Times/Prentice Hall, 2003).

Ranjay Gulati, the Michael Ludwig Nemmers Distinguished Professor of Strategy and Organizations, has authored "Getting Off to a Good Start: The Effects of Upper Echelon Affiliations on Interorganizational Endorsements" (with Monica Higgins), forthcoming at Organization Science, 2003. In addition, the School of Business and Management at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology's executive MBA class selected Gulati as Professor of the Year.

Assistant Dean and Associate Director of the Kellogg School Center for Nonprofit Management Liz Livingston Howard in May spoke to the One State Together Conference, sponsored by the Illinois Arts Alliance. The topic of Howard's presentation was "The Role of Executive Education in Arts Organizations."

In May, Philip Kotler, the SC Johnson & Son Distinguished Professor of International Marketing, presented one-day seminars for Leading Minds/IRR in Dublin, London and Lisbon. He then gave a keynote address at the Management Expo Convention in Madrid, ending the European visit in Oslo, where he received an honorary degree from BI Norwegian School of Management, Norway's leading business school.

Adjunct Professor of Business Law R. Mark McCareins won a Book Cover Award from the American Bar Association's antitrust section at its spring meeting in Washington, D.C., for his contribution as general editor of the newly published Antitrust Civil Discovery Handbook. McCareins also won the prestigious Chambers Award in May for his work as one of the leading antitrust attorneys in the world.

Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations Katherine W. Phillips is the author of "The Effects of Categorically Based Expectations on Minority Influence: The Importance of Congruence" in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (vol. 29, 2003). Phillips also published "Managing Teams in the Dynamic Organization: The Effects of Revolving Membership and Changing Task Demands on Expertise and Status in Groups" (with M.C. Thomas-Hunt) in Leading and Managing People in the Dynamic Organization (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2003).

Adjunct Professor of Management and Strategy Anthony M. Pagano presented "Reducing Automobile Congestion and Pollution Using Transportation Demand Management: Cost and Effectiveness Estimates from the Chicago Area" at the University of Illinois Chicago Conference on the Environment in April. In addition, the Federal Transit Administration selected Pagano as a participant in two sessions for national and community transit leaders to provide input on transit issues. He also was elected to the position of program vice president-elect of the Transportation Research Forum.

Assistant Professor of Finance Christopher Polk, won the Journal of Financial Economics' Jensen Prize for the best corporate finance paper published in 2002.

Alvaro Sandroni, the Mechthild Esser Nemmers Associate Professor of Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences, won the the Stanley Reiter Best Paper Award for "Do Markets Favor Agents Able to Make Accurate Predictions," published in Econometrica (vol. 68, no. 6).

Mark Satterthwaite, David Dranove, Cory Capps, visiting assistant professor of management and strategy, and Shane Greenstein, the Elinor and H. Wendell Hobbs Distinguished Professor of Management and Strategy, published "Antitrust Policy and Hospital Mergers" in the Winter 2002 issue of The Antitrust Bulletin.

Associate Professor of Management and Strategy Kathryn Spier has won the Garvin Prize in Law and Economics, awarded by the University of California, Berkeley, in recognition of the "outstanding paper presented at the Berkeley Law and Economics Workshop during the 2001-2002 academic year."

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