Research

The Birth of an International Business School

- Winter 2020 -

The A. B. Freeman School of Business is recognized today as a leader in international business, but it was a conference in 1967 that first put Freeman on the international map.

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Exploring the Intricacies of Digital Pricing

- Winter 2020 -

If you’ve purchased an airline ticket in the last 20 years, chances are you’ve discovered that your ticket is merely the first item the airline hopes to charge you for. Why weren’t the airlines upselling us 20 years ago? And is it wise for them to do it now? These are the kinds of questions Xianjun Geng is trying to answer.

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Tan Honored With Irving H. LaValle Research Award

- Winter 2010 -

Assistant Professor of Management Science Ricky Tan was honored with the 2019 Irving H. LaValle Research Award. The award, which was announced at the spring 2019 faculty meeting, recognizes Freeman professors for excellence and advancement of the highest standards of research.

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Selected Faculty Publications

- Winter 2020 -

Scott Kuban’s paper “Too Hot to Handle and Too Valuable to Drop: An Expanded Conceptualization of Firm’s Reactions to Exchange Partner Misconduct,” co-authored with Michael Nalick, Aaron D. Hill and Jason W. Ridge, was accepted for publication in the Academy of Management Journal.

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Selected Faculty Presentations, Honors, Awards, Etc.

- Winter 2020 -

in June 2019, Jasmijn Bol delivered a keynote speech at the XV International Accounting Research Symposium in Madrid. The keynote was entitled “Synthesizing Research on Management Control Systems: A Modern Approach.”

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How Can Craft Firms Prove Their Authenticity? By ‘Operating Inefficiently’

- Summer 2019 -

Continuing to produce beers with ingredients like maple syrup and bacon despite low consumer appeal may not sound like a smart business idea, but research suggests it may serve a special purpose.

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Using Big Data to Improve Health Care

- Summer 2019 -

A new paper by Claire Senot, assistant professor of management science, could change the way we look at the health care “journey” of patients, especially the portion after the patient is discharged.

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A New Approach to an Old Management Problem

- Summer 2019 -

When companies fail to achieve organizational goals, company leadership often attributes it to a failure of personnel. Two Freeman School professors, Serena Loftus and Jasmijn Bol, have a different take.

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Selected Faculty Presentations, Honors, Awards, Etc.

- Summer 2019 -

Daniel Mochon, associate professor of marketing, has been named an associate editor of Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes and has been added to the editorial review board of the Journal of Consumer Psychology.

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Selected Faculty Publications

- Summer 2019 -

Xianjun Geng’s paper “Bloatware and Jailbreaking: Strategic Impact of Consumer-Initiated Modification of Technology Products” was recently accepted for publication in Information Systems Research,

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