Faculty Present their Latest Research
On June 14, 2011, the School of Management held its first Annual Faculty Research Day, a new forum for cross-disciplinary collaboration. Professors from seven departments presented 10-minute “snap lectures” of scholarly papers that are either nearing completion or already accepted by peer-reviewed journals.
Event organizers Siobhan O’Mahony (Strategy & Innovation), Rui Albuquerque (Finance), Chris Dellarocas (Information Systems), and Susan Fournier (Marketing) divided the event into four research themes. Select a theme below to see related videos from the day’s presentations:
Media, Aggregators and the Link Economy: Strategic Hyperlink Formation in Content Networks.
Designing and Theorizing the Adoption of Mobile Technology-mediated Ethical Consumption Tools.
Firm and Industry Dynamics
Is Lean Past Its Prime: A Panel Study of the Impact of the Diffusion of Lean Production Principles on the Asset Structure and Financial Performance of US Manufacturing Firms.
Institutions and Regulation
Information and Innovation
Better Lagged than Never: The Lagged Effects of Process Interventions on Group Decisions.
Managing the Twin Challenges of Innovation: Promoting Emerging Businesses while Achieving Performance Goals.
Structural Knowledge: How Executive Experience with Structural Composition Affects Intrafirm Mobility and Structural Change.