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A recent working paper by Liad Wagman, Associate Professor of Economics, and Jian Jia, Ph.D. student, was featured in a number of online articles. The paper entitled, "The Short-Run Effects of GDPR on Technology Venture Investment" looks at the short-run impact on investment in technology firms. 
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George Batah (B.S.B.A, '15) has been awarded a Schwarzman scholarship for the 2019/2020 academic year. The fully-funded, postgraduate scholarship from Schwarzman College at Tsinghua University in Beijing, was given to 147 scholars chosen from over 2,800 applicants. Read more about the scholarship. ...

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A paper by Smriti Anand, Associate Professor of Management, titled “Leader-member exchange as a linking pin in the idiosyncratic deals - performance relationship in workgroups” has been accepted for publication in the Leadership Quarterly (LQ). LQ is a leading interdisciplinary journal of leadership, and is an A+ journal in the ABDC list. Co-authors on this paper are: Dr. Jia Hu (Ohio State University), Dr. Prajya Vidyarthi (...

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John R. Twombly, Director of Undergraduate Programs in Business and Clinical Professor of Accounting and Finance, was featured in WalletHub's piece about first credit cards. Read the article.

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A paper entitled "Big Data at the Crossroads of Antitrust and Consumer Protection", by Liad Wagman, Associate Professor of Economics, and Ginger Zhe Jin, University of Maryland, has been invited for presentation at the 2019 American Economic Association meeting.

Another paper by Wagman entitled "Platform, Anonymity, and Illegal Actors: Evidence of Whac-A-Mole Enforcement from Airbnb", in collaboration with Stuart doctoral student, Jian Jia, has been accepted as a ...

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A paper entitled 'Excess Returns to Buying Low Options-Volume Stocks and Selling High Options-Volume Stocks: Information or Characteristics?' authored by Li Cai, Assistant Professor of Finance, and Jian Du, University of Massachusetts Amherst, has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Futures Markets. ...

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The CME Group Foundation has awarded John F. O. Bilson, John and Mae Calamos Stuart School of Business Dean Endowed Chair and Professor of Finance, and Li Cai, Assistant Professor of Finance, the Academic Research Curriculum Development Grant. The grant will provide $20,000 over two years to support futures in risk management education with the development of case studies....

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A paper by Matthew Dixon, Assistant Professor of Finance, on Bitcoin Risk Modeling with Blockchain graph analysis has been accepted for publication in Economic Letters. The work is joint work with the Data Security Lab at UT Dallas. The paper demonstrates the first known application of graph analysis to Bitcoin transactions in order to identify unusual behavior, indicative of future extreme losses.

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A paper entitled "The Impact of Access to Consumer Data on the Competitive Effects of Horizontal Mergers," authored by Associate Professor of Economics, Liad Wagman, Jin-Hyuk Kim (CU Boulder, Economics), and Abraham Wickelgren (UT Austin, Law) has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Economics & Management Strategy. The paper is a first look at the potential impact of consumer data on the approval process of...

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
JUNE 19, 2018 

CONTACT:
Taeler Lottino
Associate Director of Marketing and Digital Communications
(312) 906-6539
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Chicago, IL – Illinois Institute of Technology’s Stuart School of Business has again ranked among the world's best institutions in the 2018 rankings of pre-experience master's programs in finance, published today by the Financial Times. Stuart School's Master of Science in Finance degree program is ranked 5th in the United States and 42nd...

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