Research Highlights

Faculty Awards & Accolades – December 2015

Stern's Center for Business and Human Rights recently received a $250,000 grant from Humanity United for its "Gulf Labor Recruitment Initiative."

On November 9, Professor Pankaj Ghemawat was named one of the top 20 management thinkers in the 2015 THINKERS50 global ranking of top management thinkers and recognized at an awards gala in London.

Professor Stijn Van Niewerburgh was recently elected to the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association (AREUEA) Board of Directors.

NYU Stern faculty and alumni were recently honored at the 2015 INFORMS Annual Meeting in Philadelphia. Honorees included:

Professor Anindya Ghose received this year's INFORMS ISS Distinguished Fellow Award, which recognizes outstanding intellectual contributions to the information system discipline through impactful publications and doctoral student mentorship, from the INFORMS Information Systems Society.

Professor Anindya Ghose and PhD student Vilma Todri's co-authored paper, "Towards a Digital Attribution Model: Measuring the Impact of Display Advertising on Online Consumer Behavior," was nominated for the Best Paper Award at the 2015 INFORMS Conference on Information Systems and Technology, held in conjunction with the Annual Meeting.

Professor Srikanth Jagabathula won the 2015 INFORMS Revenue Management and Pricing Section Prize.

Professor Hila Lifshitz-Assaf was an honorary finalist for the INFORMS Best Dissertation Award from the Technology, Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship Section.

Professor Prasanna Tambe was honored as one of three finalists for the INFORMS Management Science Best Paper Award in Information Systems.

Stern alumnus Jason Chan (PhD '14) won the 2015 INFORMS ISS Nunamaker-Chen Dissertation Award for his work on "Social and Health Impact of Internet Platforms," supervised by Professor Anindya Ghose.

Stern alumna Gal Oestreicher-Singer (PhD ’08), advised by Professor Arun Sundararajan, was honored with the inaugural INFORMS ISS Sandra A. Slaughter Early Career Award.

PhD student Matteo Crosignani recently won the 2015-2016 Edwin Elton Prize for the Best Job-market Paper in Finance for his work entitled, “The Effect of Central Bank Liquidity Injections on Bank Credit Supply.”