The College of Business Research Colloquium
The research colloquium aims at providing our in-house faculty members a platform to present their up-to-date research ideas and projects, an opportunity to seek comments and suggestions from our fellow colleagues, and a way of identifying potential cross-disciplinary collaboration opportunities. The research work can be at all stages, and faculty members at all ranks are welcome to present.
4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
The colloquium is held online, meeting through MS Teams and eventually moving to a face-to-face format when the pandemic is over. Each speaker will give a 45-minute presentation, followed by 15 minutes of Q&A.
This event is open to all faculty, staff, and graduate students in the College of Business.
January 20: Chris Stivers (Finance) | Inflation Innovations, Stock Returns, and the Changing Nature of Inflation Non-Neutrality
February 3: Ghiyoung Im (CIS) | Understanding Contagious Behaviors in Online Support Communities: A Virtual Social Contagion Framework
February 17: Aaron Barnes (Marketing) | When Sharing is Not Caring: Unintended Consequences of Access Offers on Consumer Brand Reactions
March 10: Weihua Zhao (Economics) | Taxing Uber
March 24: Rui Zhang (CIS) | The Unintended Consequences of Social Presence for Minorities in Virtual Groups
April 7: Katina Kulow (Marketing) | Giving Because I Want To, Not Because I Have To: The Effect of Social Context on Donations
April 21: Conor Lennon (Economics) | Did the Affordable Care Act Improve Health, Access to Care, and Insurance Coverage Rates Among Workers?
September 30: Manju Ahuja (CIS) | Trading Well-being for Productivity: A Resource Drain Theory Approach to Examine Drivers and Outcomes of Excessive Mobile Use.
October 21: Dereck Barr-Pulliam (Accounting) | The Auditor-Valuation Specialist Coopetitive Alliance in the Fair Value Audit of Complex Financial Instruments.
October 28: Andrew Manikas (Management) | Is That an Opportunity? Global Versus Local Processing of Technological and Socio-economic Constraints.
November 11: Sara Angelina Memmi (Marketing) | How Variety Influences Expectations of Future Goal Conflict.
December 2: Dereck Barr-Pulliam (Accounting) | Data Analytics and Skeptical Actions: The Countervailing Effects of False Positives and Consistent Rewards for Skepticism.
Note: Select archived presentations are available for viewing.