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The research study “Country of Market Effect” by Siva Balasubramanian, Harold L. Stuart Endowed Chair in Business, has been accepted for publication in the journal Innovative Marketing. Co-authors include Shenyu Li and Rong Huang, Assistant and Associate Professors of Marketing (respectively) at the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics.

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Stuart School alumni Patrick Bourbon (M.S. FIN '00) and Akihisa Miwa (M.S. OR ’83) have been selected to receive Illinois Institute of Technology Alumni Awards. Miwa will receive the International Award of Merit, and Bourbon will be honored with the Outstanding Young Alumnus Award. Bourbon serves as the Stuart Alumni Committee Chair and is also a member of the Stuart Board of Advisors.

The alumni...

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Haizhi Wang, Associate Professor of Finance, recently published the paper "Social Trust and Foreign Ownership: Evidence from Qualified Institutional Investors in China" in the Journal of Financial Stability, with co-authors Dawei Jin, Professor, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law; Peng Wang, Assistant Professor, University of Southampton; and Desheng Yin, Professor, East China Normal University....

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Smriti Anand, Assistant Professor of Management, presented at the 2016 Consulting Psychology Conference in Orlando, Florida on February 7. Anand’s presentation, “The role of the leader in creating flexibility i-deals,” is based on her collaborative, interdisciplinary research with Dr. Roya Ayman (...

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The Stuart School team has won the Chicago round of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute’s Annual Research Challenge, finishing first against teams from Loyola University Chicago (2nd), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (3rd), University of Illinois at Chicago, and Valparaiso University. Team members include team leader Salonie SehgalVenkata Chintaluri...

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Nick Thomopoulos, Professor Emeritus, recently published his tenth book, titled Elements of Manufacturing, Distribution and Logistics, through Springer Press.

This book details quantitative methods that are vital to planning and control in the operations of the industrial world, from...

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In November, two Stuart students attended Social Media Week, a week-long series of events that takes place in cities around the world featuring experts, iconic brands, and leading thinkers sharing their ideas and inspiration. Egzon Berisha and Yange Liang attended the conference in Chicago and spent the week in a variety of sessions ranging from social intelligence, infographics, and artificial intelligence in marketing. 

"My favorite session was one of the first sessions that I attended - Top Tech Trends for 2016 by the CEO of...

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Adjunct faculty member Michael Fagel was interviewed by the Associated Press and several national media outlets regarding the recent online threat of violence against The University of Chicago. 

Read the article in The New York Times here.

Read the article in U.S. News and World Report ...

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The paper “Accelerating the Global Adoption of Electric Vehicles--Barriers and Drivers”, by Ghazale Haddadian, Clinical Assistant Professor of Operations and Energy Management,  has been accepted for publication in the December issue of Elsevier's Electricity Journal, the leading journal in electric power policy. Co-authors include Mohammad Shahidehpour, Bodine Chair Professor and Director of Robert W. Galvin Center for Electricity Innovation at IIT, and Mohammad Khodayar (Southern Methodist University)....

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Christine Miller, Clinical Associate Professor of Innovation, presented her paper “Enchanted Objects, Social Robots and the Internet of Things” at the 114th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association in Denver, November 18-22, as part of an invited panel.  Abstracts for both the presentation and the panel can be found below. 

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How do our relationships with objects change as they become less “thing-like” and more like sentient beings? This paper addresses the issues of

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