2016 Projects

Division

Project Title

Faculty sponsor(s)

Accounting Corporate Transparency and Firm Communication Anne Heinrichs
Accounting Shareholder Voting: International Evidence Fabrizio Ferri
DRO Process Improvement Methodology: Some Cases and Results Nelson Fraiman
DRO Simulation of Hospital Outcomes Carrie Chan
DRO Public Housing Assignment Policy Jacob Leshno
Economics Effect of internet on firms and economic activity in Africa; Bureaucrats and local economic activity in India; Quality upgrading and relational contracts in Peru Jonas Hjort
Economics Innovation in Culinary Techniques: A Quantitative Analysis Amit Khanelwal
Economics Firm's Coursening of Information Charles Angelucci
Economics The Real Effects of Electronic Wage Payments: Evidence from a Field Experiment with Salaried Factory Workers Emily Breza
Finance  Book Project on Corporate Finance Theory Patrick Bolton
Neng Wang
Finance  When long-term incentives lead to short-term actions Wei Jiang
Finance/DRO Directional implications of word occurances for market sentiment - association with risk for emerging markets Charles Calomiris
Paul Glasserman
Harry Mamaysky
Management The Importance of Emphasizing vs. De-emphasizing Difference for Cross-Group Friendships Modupe Akinola
Management Exploration and Explotation of Entrepreneurial Spawning: Evidence from the Hedge Fund Industry Evan Rawley
Management Creating a Census of entrepreneurial outcomes Bruce Kogut
Management Open Data, Entrepreneurship and Networks Sheena Iyengar
Management How power, passion, and diversity affect both personal and professional aspects of life Adam Galinsky
Management Mentors as Signaling Agents: When and how mentoring helps women to reach high-level leadership positions in companies / Can Similarities Help Overcome Racial Boundaries?  Working with the differences among us to boost social cohesion and performance Kathy Phillips
Marketing  Ephemeral Messaging /Indulging from a distance: Farsightedness and reconciling myopic and hyperopic preferences Ran Kivetz
Marketing  Predicting Churn from Social Media Data Eva Ascarza

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