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Recent Scholarly Research

Our faculty are recognized for their insightful analyses and their ability to push the frontier of thought within their respective academic disciplines and professions. Explore research published by Kellogg Faculty and featured in top-tier peer reviewed journals.
DATE Title Author Type
2019 The No-Upward-Crossing Condition, Comparative Statics, and the Moral Hazard Problem Jeroen Swinkels working paper
2019 Nudging the better angels of our nature: A field experiment on morality and well-being., Emotion Adam Waytz article
2019 High Frequency Market Making to Large Institutional Trades, Review of Financial Studies Robert Korajczyk article
2019 Regulating Household Leverage Anthony DeFusco, John Mondragon working paper
2019 Scaling Down Inequality: Rating Scales, Gender Bias, and the Architecture of Evaluation Lauren Rivera article
2019 Who Wins the Tournament of Lawyers? Gender, Race, and Performance in Promotions to Partner Lauren Rivera, Jayanti Owens working paper
2019 Finding Reasonable Royalty Damages: A Contract Approach to Patent Infringement, University of Illinois Law Review Daniel Spulber article
2019 Evoking Goals to Be Responsible: When Political Cues Increase Utilitarian Choice, Journal of the Association for Consumer Research Ping Dong, Aparna Labroo article
2019 The Economics of Markets and Platforms, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy Daniel Spulber article
2019 Romantic Crushes Promote Variety Seeking Behavior, Journal of Consumer Psychology Ping Dong article
2019 Crush on You: Romantic Crush Increases Consumers’ Preferences for Strong Sensory Stimuli, Journal of Consumer Research Ping Dong article
2019 The Science of Science Dashun Wang book
2019 Seniors' usage of mobile social network sites: Applying theories of innovation diffusion and uses and gratifications, Computers in Human Behavior Noshir Contractor article
2019 Justice Reactions to Deviant Ingroup Members: Ingroup Identity Threat Motivates Utilitarian Punishments, British Journal of Social Psychology Nour Kteily article
2019 Misperceiving Mechanisms: Imperfect Perception and the Failure to Recognize Dominant Strategies Daniel Martin working paper
2019 Body camera footage leads to lower judgments of intent than dash camera footage, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Neal Roese article
2019 Glass Floors and Glass Ceilings: The Effect of Pairing Female Job Applicants with Female Evaluators in Job Interviews Lauren Rivera, Jayanti Owens working paper
2018 Productivity and Debt in Relational Contracts Daniel Barron, Jin Li working paper
2018 Relational Adaptation under Reel Authority Daniel Barron, Robert Gibbons working paper
2018 In Search of Ideas: Technological Innovation and Executive Pay Inequality, Journal of Financial Economics Carola Frydman, Dimitris Papanikolaou article

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