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    • Competition in consumer shopping experience 

      Iyer, Ganesh; Kuksov, Dmitri (INFORMS, )
      This paper analyzes the competitive role of retail shopping experience in markets with consumer search costs. We examine how a retailer's advantage in providing consumer shopping experience affects its equilibrium pricing ...
    • Corruption in Asia: Pervasiveness and arbitrariness 

      Lee, Seung-Hyun; Oh, Kyeungrae (Kenny) (Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 2007-01-12)
      How does one understand the differences and similarities of corruption among various Asian countries? We use a recent framework developed by Rodriguez, Uhlenbruk, and Eden (2005) to suggest that corruption has to be examined ...
    • ACHE-North Texas case study report 

      Marston, Carson; Shah, Raj; Singh, Richa; Subhash, Archana (2012-03-23)
      Evaluation of the ABC health system’s proposed facilities for expansion was conducted on the basis of selected factors. Detailed analyses were done using available financial and volume statistics. A weighted matrix was ...
    • Pricing Models for Online Advertising: CPM vs. CPC 

      Asdemir, K.; Kumar, Nanda; Jacob, V. S. (Varghese S.) (2012-09)
      Online advertising has transformed the advertising industry with its measurability and accountability. Online software and services supported by online advertising is becoming a reality as evidenced by the success of Google ...
    • Dual-option subsidiaries and exit decisions in economic crisis 

      Chung, Chris Changwha; Lee, Seung-Hyun; Lee, Jeoung-Yul (Springer-Verlag, 2013-01-08)
      This study examines the dual implications of dual-option subsidiaries on exit decisions during times of economic crisis. Retaining dual-option subsidiaries in crisis-stricken countries means leaving a shadow option open ...
    • Corporate Disclosure, Analyst Forecast Dispersion, and Stock Returns 

      Ali, Ashiq; Liu, Mark; Xu, Danielle; Yao, Tong (Sage Publications Inc, 2016-11-02)
      This article examines whether a corporate disclosure practice is one of the reasons for the forecast dispersion anomaly-the negative relation between analyst forecast dispersion and future stock returns. Prior studies have ...
    • Corporate Social Responsibility Report Narratives and Analyst Forecast Accuracy 

      Muslu, Volkan; Mutlu, Sunay; Radhakrishnan, Suresh; Tsang, Albert (Springer, 2017-01-03)
      Standalone corporate social responsibility (CSR) reports vary considerably in the content of information released due to their voluntary nature. In this study, we develop a disclosure score based on the tone, readability, ...
    • Clawback Provision of SOX, Financial Misstatements, and CEO Compensation Contracts 

      Natarajan, Ramachandran; Zheng, Kenneth (Sage Publications Inc, 2017-01-23)
      Section 304 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (hereafter, SOX), commonly known as the clawback provision, entitles the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to sue the CEO and CFO in an attempt to recover their incentive ...
    • Scheduling in Production, Supply Chain and Industry 4.0 Systems by Optimal Control: Fundamentals, State-of-the-Art and Applications 

      Dolgui, Alexandre; Ivanov, Dmitry; Sethi, Suresh P.; Sokolov, Boris (Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2018-02-08)
      This paper presents a survey on the applications of optimal control to scheduling in production, supply chain and Industry 4.0 systems with a focus on the deterministic maximum principle. The first objective is to derive ...
    • Social Connections Within Executive Teams and Management Forecasts 

      Ke, Ruihao; Li, Meng; Ling, Zhejia; Zhang, Yuan (INFORMS, 2018-03-12)
      We examine the role of teamwork within the top executive teams in generating management forecasts. Using social connections within the executive team to capture the team's interaction, cooperation, and teamwork, we find ...
    • Split-Award Auctions: Insights from Theory and Experiments 

      Chaturvedi, Aadhaar; Katok, Elena; Beil, Damian R. (INFORMS, 2018-03-28)
      We investigate procurement in a setting in which the buyer is bound by sourcing rules. Sourcing rules may limit the minimum and maximum amounts of business that can be awarded to a single supplier or dictate the minimum ...
    • Random Projection Estimation of Discrete-Choice Models with Large Choice Sets 

      Chiong, Khai Xiang; Shum, Matthew (Informs, 2018-04-06)
      We introduce random projection, an important dimension-reduction tool from machine learning, for the estimation of aggregate discrete-choice models with high-dimensional choice sets. Initially, high-dimensional data are ...
    • Expatriates' Performance Profiles: Examining The Effects of Work Experiences on the Longitudinal Change Patterns 

      Takeuchi, Riki; Li, Yixuan; Wang, Mo (Sage Publications Inc, 2018-04-12)
      Using four-wave, longitudinal, archival data sets from an expatriate sample (237 engineers and 191 managers) working in China, we explore whether different performance change patterns exist for expatriates during their ...
    • The Impact of Health Information Sharing on Duplicate Testing 

      Ayabakan, S.; Bardhan, Indranil R.; Zheng, Zhiqiang; Kirksey, K. (University of Minnesota, 2018-05-30)
      Recent healthcare reform has focused on reducing excessive waste in the U.S. healthcare system, with duplicate testing being one of the main culprits. We explore the factors associated with duplicate tests when patients ...
    • On Member-Driven, Efficient and Fair Timeshare Exchanges 

      Cesaret, Bahriye; Dawande, Milind W,; Rajapakshe, Tharanga (Wiley, 2018-06-07)
      Vacation Timeshare is a form of ownership or "right to use" of a resort property for a specific time period (typically a week) each year. Timeshare exchange refers to the non-monetary trading of timeshare weeks among owners, ...
    • Advance Selling in the Presence of Market Power and Risk-Averse Consumers 

      Ma, Shanshan; Li, Guo; Sethi, Suresh P.; Zhao, Xuan (Wiley, 2018-07-18)
      We consider a manufacturer who procures raw material through a long-term contract as well as in a spot market to produce goods for selling to consumers, a fraction of whom are risk averse. We assume that the manufacturer ...
    • Relationship-Specific Investment and Hold-Up Problems in Supply Chains: Theory and Experiments 

      Haruvy, Ernan; Katok, Elena; Ma, Zhongwen; Sethi, Suresh (Springer, 2018-07-20)
      Supply chains today routinely use third parties for many strategic activities, such as manufacturing, R&D, or software development. These activities often include relationship-specific investment on the part of the vendor, ...
    • Estimation of Graphical Models Using the L₁,₂ Norm 

      Chiong, Khai Xiang; Moon, H. R. (John Wiley and Sons, 2018-09-14)
      Gaussian graphical models are recently used in economics to obtain networks of dependence among agents. A widely used estimator is the graphical least absolute shrinkage and selection operator (GLASSO), which amounts to a ...
    • Sequential Capacity Expansion Options 

      Bensoussan, Alain; Chevalier-Roignant, Benoit (INFORMS, 2018-10-09)
      This paper considers a firm's capacity expansion decisions under uncertainty. The firm has leeway in timing investments and in choosing how much capacity to install at each investment time. We model this problem as the ...
    • Optimal Delivery Due Date for a Supplier with an Unreliable Machine Under Outsourced Maintenance 

      Sharafali, Moosa; Tarakci, Hakan; Kulkarni, Shailesh; Hameed, Raja Abdul Razack Shahul (Elsevier Science B.V., 2018-11-21)
      In this paper, we analyse the due-date-to-promise problem for a supplier who supplies parts to his customer. The parts are produced on an unreliable machine with constant production rate. The machine is leased from a ...