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Ivey Research Series

All presentations, except where noted, will be held at Ivey in Room 2125 and will run from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

2017/18

Friday, September 8

John Lynch, University of Colorado
"On a Need-to-Know Basis: How the Distribution of Expertise Between Couples Shapes Financial Literacy and Financial Outcomes"

MK
Friday, September 15

Huseyin Topaloglu, Cornell University
"Dynamic Assortment Optimization"

MS
Friday, September 22

Constantin Blome, University of Sussex
"Sustainability in multi-tier supply chains: Understanding double agency role & conflict mineral management"

OPS
Tuesday, September 26

Kenneth Shotts, Stanford University
"Policy-Development Monopolies: Adverse Consequences and Institutional Responses"

BEPP
Friday, September 29

Rebecca Hamilton, Georgetown University
"Using Technology Products to Signal Social Connectedness"

MK
Tuesday, October 10

Andrey Malenko, MIT Sloan School of Management
"Proxy Advisory Firms: The Economics of Selling Information to Voters"

FN
Friday, October 13

Saif Benjaafar, University of Minnesota
"Peer-to-Peer Product Sharing: Implications for Ownership, Usage and Social Welfare in the Sharing Economy"

MS
Tuesday, October 17

Dorthe Mejlhede, Copenhagen Business School
"Design, Thrownness and the Call for Innovation"

IS
Friday, November 10

Sustainability Showcase
Shaz Ansari, University of Cambridge
Ruth V. Aquilera, Northeastern University
Michael Barnett, Rutgers University
Barbara Gray, Penn State

CROSS
Friday, November 24

Vikas Agarwal, Georgia State University
"Policy uncertainty and household stock market participation"

FN
Tuesday, November 28

Jean-François Cordeau, HEC Montréal
"A Unified Decomposition Matheuristic for Assembly, Production and Inventory Routing"

MS
Friday, December 1
*8:30 a.m. in room 1390

Sustainability Mini-Conference
Rodolphe Durand, HEC Paris
Jean-Pascal Gond, Cass Business School
Juliane Reinecke, Warwick Business School

SUST

Tuesday, December 5

France Bélanger, Virginia Tech
"A study of the role of knowledge in information privacy "

IS
Friday, January 19

Lisa Jack, University of Portsmouth
"Feeding a City of 2.5 Million: Accounting, Fraud and Future Food Systems"

MAC
Friday, January 26

David Mauer, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
"Industry Tournament Incentives and Debt Contracting"

FN
Tuesday, January 30

Jonas Puck, WU Vienna
"The Relationship Between Electoral Uncertainty and Cross-Border Investment Decisions"

IB
Friday, February 9

Ian O. Ihnatowycz Institute for Leadership: Best Leadership Paper Award Winner for 2017

Wendy Smith, University of Delaware

OB
Tuesday, February 20

Chris F. Kemerer, University of Pittsburgh 

IS
Friday, February 23

Lorraine Eden, Texas A&M

IB
Friday, March 2

Kevin Crowston, Syracuse University

IS
Tuesday, March 6

Kyle Murray, University of Alberta

MK
Friday, March 16

Charles Adam Presslee, University of Pittsburgh

MAC
Tuesday, March 20

Heshan Sun, Clemson University
"Choosing a Fit Technology: Understanding Mindfulness in Technology Adoption and Continuance"

IS
Friday, March 23

Michel Wedel, University of Maryland

MK
Tuesday, March 27

Jay Swaminathan, University of North Carolina

MS
Tuesday, April 3

Bob Liden, University of Illinois

OB
Friday, April 6

Ranjani Krishnan, Michigan State University

MAC
Tuesday, April 10
*1:30-3:00 p.m.

Bo Becker, Stockholm School of Economics

FN
Friday, April 13

Oded Netzer, Columbia University

MK
Tuesday, April 17

Isabelle Le-Breton Miller, HEC Montreal & University of Alberta
Danny MillerHEC Montreal & University of Alberta 

ENTR
Friday, April 20

Mahesh Nagarajan, University of British Columbia 

MS
Tuesday, April 24

Shaker Zahra, University of Minnesota

ENTR
Friday, April 27

Rob Seamans, New York University

BEPP
Tuesday, May 1

In-Sue Oh, Temple University

OB

Faculty Director of Research: June Cotte

Administrative Coordinator: Carly Vanderheyden