New Research by Dr. Diego Garcia Selected as Editor’s Choice in Leading Financial Journal

Nov. 10, 2020

Garcia’s study was chosen for its significant contribution to the study of finance. Burridge Endowed Chair in Finance Dr. Diego Garcia’s Asymmetric Information and the Pecking (Dis)Order will be featured as Editor’s Choice in The Review in Finance, a leading academic journal recognized for publishing cutting-edge research on financial economics...

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Gladstone’s Research on Beliefs, Spending and Wealth Accepted by the Journal of Consumer Research

Nov. 10, 2020

Assistant Professor Joe Gladstone and co-authors Dr. Heather Kappes of the London School of Economics and Dr. Hal Hershfield of UCLA’s Anderson School of Business recently had their new paper " Beliefs About Whether Spending Implies Wealth, " accepted by the Journal of Consumer Research . According to the authors,...

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Reuer Elected Deputy Dean of Fellows for the Strategic Management Society

Nov. 10, 2020

Leading scholar of management theory and innovation set to lead prestigious organization after selection from peers. Dr. Jeffrey J. Reuer, Guggenheim Endowed Chair and Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship was elected to serve as the next Deputy Dean of the Fellows of the Strategic Management Society (SMS) during the SMS’...

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New Study Examines How Fake News Impacts Consumer Behavior

Oct. 22, 2020

Life during COVID-19 leaves consumers feeling conflicted between saving for uncertainty or spending for reward. It is no surprise that consumer purchasing activity would be impacted by the economic uncertainty created during a global pandemic. Concerns about financial security versus “compensatory consumption” during times of crisis are expected and often...

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New Research Highlights Powerful Insights for Brands From Consumer-Created Visual Images on Instagram

Oct. 19, 2020

Historically, social media listening has relied on text-centric posts to provide insights into consumer behavior and preferences, but that is no longer the case. Instagram’s popularity has soared in recent years, and its consumer-created image-dominant posts are just one example of how photos and other visual imagery are replacing text-centric...

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CU Real Estate Center’s Technology Program Invites Major Industry Leaders to Its Virtual Classroom

Sept. 24, 2020

In the COVID-era, this cutting-edge program has recruited some of real estate’s foremost experts for its online offerings this fall. Technology has positively, and drastically, altered the way commercial real estate operates within recent years. Once viewed as outside the norm of “brick and mortar” operations, PropTech (property technology) optimizes...

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Leeds Faculty Receive Best Paper Award at AMCIS 2020

Sept. 9, 2020

Study on machine learning and graphical aids for understanding attitudes and beliefs recognized at leading information systems conference. Getty images Associate Professor Kai Larsen and Assistant Professor David Eargle , along with Provost Distinguished Research Professor David Gefen from Drexel University and Professor Stacie Petter from Baylor University, received the...

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Research Highlights Underlying Partisanship Driving Stock Market Optimism

Aug. 10, 2020

In the working paper “Does Partisanship Shape Investor Beliefs? Evidence from the COVID-19 Pandemic” Associate Professor Tony Cookson and researchers from the Rady School of Management investigate the link between political affiliation and expectations about future stock market performance. Researchers Joey Engelberg and Will Mullins, along with Cookson analyzed approximately...

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Research by Assistant Professor Nicholas Reinholtz Published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology

Aug. 1, 2020

Leeds’ Assistant Professor Nicholas Reinholtz, in collaboration with professors from the University of Illinois at Chicago and the Georgia Institute of Technology, published a recent paper titled Perceived Momentum Influences Responsibility Judgments . Their research studies how people judge the responsibility of sequential events, such as correct and incorrect guesses,...


New Research Addresses the Impact of Crisis On Innovation

June 24, 2020

It’s both destructive and creative. New research by Assistant Professor Asaf Bernstein and colleagues from Columbia Business School and Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management address the effect of financial crises on innovative activity by examining historical patent filings across the U.S. The group studied the impact and resilience of...