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CSB Faculty Advisory Council

Luis Cabral
Luis Cabral
Luis Cabral, Professor of Microeconomics
Professor Cabral has been with NYU Stern for more than a decade. Before joining NYU Stern, Professor Cabral was on the faculty at Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal), London Business School and, for short periods, Berkeley, Yale and IESE Business School. Professor Cabral is also Research Fellow of the Center for Economic Policy Research. At Stern, Professor Cabral teaches courses in microeconomics. His primary research area is the study of dynamic competition and the economics of media and entertainment. He has written numerous paper and books, including Introduction to Industrial Organizations (MIT Press).

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Minah Jung


Minah Jung, Professor of Marketing 
Minah Jung joined New York University Stern School of Business as an Assistant Professor of Marketing in July 2015. Professor Jung studies consumers’ judgment and decision-making, persuasion and consumer social preferences. Her recent research investigated consumers’ prosocial behavior in large-scale field experiments in collaboration with a number of for-and non-profit companies. Professor Jung is the recipient of the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. She received her B.A. in Economics from the University of Chicago and her M.B.A. from NYU Stern School of Business. She holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration from the University of California, Berkeley.


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Rob Salomon


Rob Salomon, Professor of International Management 
Robert Salomon is an Associate Professor of International Management and a Faculty Scholar at the NYU Stern School of Business. He held previous appointments as the Daniel P. Paduano Faculty Fellow of Business and Ethics at NYU Stern, as a Visiting Professor at the IESE Business School in Spain, and as an Assistant Professor at the USC Marshall School of Business.  Professor Salomon is an award-winning scholar and recognized educator of globalization and global strategy for nearly 20 years. He has received more than 10 commendations for “Excellence in Teaching” at NYU Stern, nominated for NYU Stern Professor of the Year, awarded the NYU Stern Faculty Leadership Award, named a NYU Stern Faculty Scholar, and described in The Wall Street Journal as an educator who provides “brilliant distilled advice on business strategy.”
Professor Salomon received the Emerald Citations of Excellence Award in 2015, nominated for the Richard N. Farmer Award, was a finalist for the Gunnar Hedlund Medal, and was runner-up in the 2001 INFORMS Dissertation Competition. His research articles have been nominated four times for Best Paper at the Academy.

Anjolein Schmeits
Anjolein Schmeits

Anjolein Schmeits, Professor of Finance
Anjolein Schmeits joined New York University Stern School of Business as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Finance in September 2005 before becoming a Clinical Associate Professor of Finance in September 2008 and into her current position as a Clinical Professor of Finance teaching "Corporate Finance" and "Valuation." Professor Schmeits's research, which has been published in the Review of Financial Studies, the Journal of Financial Intermediation and other journals, focuses on the interface between financial intermediation and corporate finance. She has also participated in several policy-oriented research and consulting projects and co-authored a book on the functioning of banks and capital markets in the Netherlands and the financing of the Dutch corporate sector. Before joining NYU Stern, Professor Schmeits was an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Olin Business School of Washington University in St. Louis, where she taught advanced corporate finance courses in the undergraduate, M.B.A. and Executive M.B.A. programs. She has received several teaching awards, most recently the 2008 Excellence in Teaching Award in Stern's Executive M.B.A. program. Professor Schmeits received her M.Sc./B.S. degree, with highest honors, in Economics from Tilburg University, and her Ph.D. in Finance from the University of Amsterdam. She was a visiting scholar at Indiana University during her Ph.D. studies.
 
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Alex Tuzhilin
Alex Tuzhilin, Professor of Information Systems 
Alexander Tuzhilin is a Professor of Information Systems and the Leonard N. Stern Professor of Business. Professor Tuzhilin has developed and teaches an M.B.A. course on emerging technologies and business innovation as well as undergraduate-level courses on fundamentals of computer systems. Professor Tuzhilin advises high-tech companies on their technology strategies and has produced more than 100 research publications on his current research interests such as data mining, personalization, recommender systems and CRM as well as other topics, including journals such as Information Systems Research, Management Science, INFORMS Journal on Computing, Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, and various IEEE and ACM journals. His various academic and industrial activities have been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Business Week and the Financial Times.Professor Tuzhilin currently serves on the boards of the ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems, the INFORMS Journal on Computing (as an Area Editor) and the Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery Journal. He has also served as a Program Co-Chair of the Third IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM), Conference Co-Chair of the Third ACM Conference on Recommender Systems (RecSys) and on the Steering Committee of the ACM Conference on Recommender Systems. Professor Tuzhilin received his B.S. in Mathematics from NYU, his M.S. in Engineering Economics from Stanford University and his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at NYU.
 
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Paul Zarowin
Paul Zarowin, Professor of Accounting 
Paul Zarowin is a Professor of Accounting at the Stern School of Business, New York University, teaching Financial Accounting and Financial Reporting and Analysis in the undergraduate and MBA programs. Professor Zarowin earned his B.A. in History from the University of Pennsylvania in 1977, and his M.B.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in 1981 and 1985. He has won numerous research awards, including the New York University Presidential Fellowship, the Peat Marwick National Research Fellowship, and the Glucksman Institute Fellowship. Professor Zarowin's research focuses on the relation between stock market prices and financial accounting data. He has studied how and why this relation varies over time and across firms, and how factors such as firms, regulators, and the economic environment affect the relation. Professor Zarowin's recent work deals with the extent to which stock prices reflect firms' future prospects, and how this is affected by firm's disclosures, accounting choices, and regulations. Professor Zarowin has published articles in a wide range of journals, including the Journal of Accounting Research, the Journal of Accounting and Economics, The Accounting Review, the Review of Accounting Studies, The Journal of Finance, and the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.