Below is a sample of publications and presentations by current PhD students.
Jin-hyun Bae (Management)
Bae, J.-H., & Salomon, R. (2010) Institutional Distance in International Business. In T.M. Devinney, T. Pedersen, & L. Tihanyi (Eds.), Advances in International Management: The Past, Present and Future of International Business and Management, Volume 23, New York, NY: Emerald.
Jason Chan (Information Systems)
Chan J.C.F and Ghose A., 2011, "Examining the Antecedents and Consequences in Online Healthcare Communities", Working Paper.
Tingting Fan (Marketing)
Fan, T. (2010). Brand Preferences of Young Chinese Consumers: From Top of Mind to Top of Wallet. [Presentation at the 2010 China India Consumer Insights Conference hosted by Yale School of Management and Tsinghua University.]
Hee Young Kim (Management)
Kim, H. Y., Chugh, D., & Kern. M. C. Exposing morality: Power as a moderating force - under review.
Eesha Sharma (Marketing)
Kappes, H. B., Sharma, E., & Oettingen, G. (2011). Positive fantasies produce charitable giving on the path of least resistance. Under 2nd round review at Journal of Consumer Psychology.
Aimee Shih (Accounting)
Petrovits, C., Shakespeare, C., and Shih, A. The causes and consequences of internal control problems in nonprofit organizations. The Accounting Review, forthcoming, January 2011.
Erin Smith (Finance)
Smith, Erin E. and Groetzinger, Jon D. (2010). Do Fans Matter? The Effect of Attendance on the Outcomes of Major League Baseball Games. Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports: Vol. 6 : Iss. 1, Article 4.
Smith, E. [xxxx]. Moral Hazard in Mutual Funds: The Impact of Fund Manager Wealth on Fund Performance. [Presentation at the London Business School Doctoral Conference.] London.
Junghyun Suh (Management)
Eggers, J.P., & Suh, J.-H. (2011). Reaching and Falling: Why Failure in Exploration Differs from Failure in Exploitation. Unpublished
Natalya Vinokurova (Management)
Brandenburger, A. & Vinokurova, N. Comment on “Towards a Behavioral Theory of Strategy” , forthcoming in Organization Science.
Jing Wang (Information Systems)
Wang, J., Iperiotis, P., & Provost, F. Managing Crowdsourcing Workers. The 2011 Winter Conference on Business Intelligence, March 10-12, 2011, Utah.
Wenbo Wang (Marketing)
Wang, W., Keh, H.T., & Bolton, L. (2010). Lay theories of medicine and a healthy lifestyle, Journal of Consumer Research, 37 (1), 80-97.
Sara Wheeler-Smith (Management)
Morrison, E.W., Wheeler-Smith, S. L. & Kamdar, D. (2001). Speaking up in groups: The effects of group voice climate and voice. Journal of Applied Psychology, 96, 183-191.
Blader, S. L., Wiesenfeld, B. M., Rothman, N. B. & Wheeler-Smith, S. L. (2010). Social emotions and justice: How the emotional fabric of groups determines justice enactment and reactions. In B. Mannix, M. Neale & E. Mullen (Eds.), Research on Managing Groups and Teams: Fairness & Groups. Emerald Group.
Wiesenfeld, B. M., Rothman, N. B. & Wheeler-Smith, S. L. & Galinsky, A. D. (2011, July-August). Why fair bosses fall behind. Harvard Business Review, 26.
Wiesenfeld, B. M., Blader, S. L., Fortin, M. & Wheeler-Smith, S. L. Fairness lies in the heart of the beholder: Third party social emotions and injustice. Invitation to revise and resubmit to Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.
Kruger, J., Savitsky, K., Burrus, J, Wheeler-Smith, S. L., Park, H. The interpersonal implications of stealing the glory. Invitation to revise and resubmit at Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.
Rothman, N.B., Wheeler-Smith, S. L., Wiesenfeld, B. M., & Galinsky, A. D. Gaining power but losing status: When and why unfair leaders are preferred over fair leaders. Under preparation for Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. [The first three authors contributed equally.]