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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.



Friday, September 14 Likoebe Maruping, Georgia State University
"Venture Capital Funding of Start-ups: Role of Collaboration with Open Source Communities"
Friday, September 21 Ann Langley, HEC Montreal
"Ghosts! Deceased Founders as Paradoxical Figures of Continuity and Change" (working paper)
"Invoking Alphonse: The founder figure as a historical resource for organizational identity work" (published background paper)
Tuesday, September 25 Shaker Zahra, University of Minnesota
"Industry Knowledge, Prior Industry Experience and New Venture Survival"
Friday, October 5 Feng Zhang, University of Utah
"Vanishing Stock Dividends"
Friday, October 12 Matt Bamber, York University
"The Earnings ‘Performance’: From Ritual to Meaning"
Friday, October 19 Jeff Harris, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
"Interbank Lending Networks and the Urgency to Borrow"

Friday, October 19

*Held from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. in room 2125

Sustainability Showcase
Marya Besharov, Cornell University
Tobias Hahn, ESADE Ramon Llull University
Paul Tracey, University of Cambridge
Maxim Voronov, York University
Charlene Zietsma, Pennsylvania State University
Tuesday, October 23 Tilman Klumpp, University of Alberta
"Sequential Majoritarian Blotto Games"
Friday, October 26 Xi (Jason) Kuang, Georgia Tech
"The Effects of Minimum-wage Increases on Firms’ Wage Offers and Employees’ Effort under Incomplete Contracts"
Tuesday, November 6
*Held from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. in the Leender's Lounge
Derek Rucker, Northwestern University
"Persuasion, Emotion, and Language: The Intent to Persuade Transforms Language via Emotionality"
Friday, November 9 Pamela Murphy, Queen’s University
"Disengagement versus Dissonance: Rationalizing Unethical Decisions with Analytics"
Friday, November 16 Kristin Diehl, University of Southern California
"How taking and revisiting photos affects enjoyment of and memory for experiences"
Tuesday, November 20 Kevin Crowston, Syracuse University
"Scaffolded Training with Machines: An Experiment on Participant Learning in an On-line Production Community"
Friday, November 30 Fahad Saleh, McGill University
“Blockchain Without Waste: Proof-of-Stake”
Tuesday, December 4 Nagesh Gavirneni, Cornell University
"Reining in Onion Prices by Introducing a Vertically Differentiated Substitute: Models, Analysis, and Insights"

Thursday, December 6, 1:45-4:45
Friday, December 7, 9:45-3:00
Held in room 1380

Sustainability Conference
Jerry Davis, University of Michigan
Andreas Hoepner, University College Dublin
Janelle Knox-Hayes, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dirk Matten, York University
Tuesday, January 8 Olga Volkoff, Simon Fraser University
Opening up the Arrow: Using Mechanisms to Enable Theory Building in IS
Friday, January 11 Brian Jacobs, Pepperdine University
"Stock Market Reaction to the Volkswagen Diesel Emissions Scandal"
Friday, January 18 Thomas J. Steenburgh, University of Virginia
"Managing Laggards: The Importance of a Deep Sales Bench"
Friday, January 25 Jay Barney, University of Utah
“Why the resource-based model of profit appropriation must adopt a stakeholder perspective”
Tuesday, February 5 Steven Shechter, University of British Columbia
"Dynamic capacity allocation for elective surgeries: reducing urgency-weighted wait times"
Friday, February 15 Ian O. Ihnatowycz Institute for Leadership: Best Leadership Paper Award Winner for 2018
Raina Brands, London Business School
"The Leader-in-Social-Network Schema: Perceptions of Network Structure Affect Gendered Attributions of Charisma"
Friday, February 22 Barb Flynn, Indiana University
"Understanding Adaptation to Sustainability Technology Innovation: Longitudinal Outcome Trajectories"
Friday, March 1 Amy Ward, University of Chicago
"Staffing, Routing, and Payment to Trade Off Speed and Quality in Large Service Systems"
Friday, March 15 Olena Ivus, Queen's University
"Multinational Investments, Technology Transfers, and Copyright Protection"
Friday, March 22 Nan Jia, University of Southern California
"The Political Root of Business Network Change"
Friday, March 29 CANCELLED: Raghu Garud, Penn State University STRAT
Tuesday, April 2 Donna Ladkin, Antioch University OB
Friday, April 5 Opher Baron, University of Toronto
"Data Driven Forecasting and Revenue Management with Word of Mouth Dependent Reference Prices"
Tuesday, April 9 Jeffrey Macher, Georgetown University BEPP
Friday, April 12 Soo-Haeng Cho, Carnegie Mellon University
"A Queueing Model and Analysis for Autonomous Vehicles on Highways"
Friday, April 26 Denis Grégoire, HEC Montréal
A Structured Literature Review and Suggestions for Future Effectuation Research
Tuesday, April 30 Karen Harlos, University of Winnipeg OB
Friday, May 3 Lisa Kramer, University of Toronto FN
Friday, May 10 Aneel Keswani, City University, London FN


Faculty Director of Research: June Cotte

Administrative Coordinator: Carly Vanderheyden