Paola Perez-Aleman, Associate Professor of Strategy & Organization, awarded 2020-2021 SSHRC Partnership Engage Grant
Maxime Cohen, Professor of Retail and Operations Management awarded 2021 NSERC Discovery Grant
Warut Khern-am-nuai, Assistant Professor of Information Systems, awarded 2021 NSERC Discovery Grant
“Helping Retail Industry Navigate the Post-Pandemic World with Artificial Intelligence”
The retail industry has significantly suffered from the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic. The overarching goal of this research program is to assist the retail industry to navigate the “new normal” of the post-pandemic world by using AI models.
Bruce P. Doré, Assistant Professor of Marketing awarded 2021 NSERC Discovery Grant
Bruce P. Doré, Assistant Professor of Marketing, awarded 2021 SSHRC Insight Grant
Lindsay Holmgren, Associate Professor of Strategy & Organization, awarded 2021 SSHRC Insight Grant
Electric vehicle (EV) sharing programs rely on publicly available charging infrastructure. Yet often there simply isn’t enough infrastructure to go around, creating a major barrier to success. In 2016, the vehicle sharing company Car2Go sold off its fleet of EVs in San Diego largely because the city’s charging infrastructure couldn’t keep pace with demand. Or so it seemed. With too many vehicles being dropped off at a few charging points in high-use areas, delays grew.
Authors: Yu Ma, P.B. Seetharaman and V. Singh
Publication: Journal of Business Research, Volume 124, January 2021, Pages 152-162
Authors: W.-L. Wang and Demetrios Vakratsas
Publication: Production and Operations Management, Forthcoming; first published online as Early View: March 26, 2021
Professor Robert Nason’s research program centers on entrepreneurship and inequality. While flashy startups dominate headlines, the reality is that most of the rich are entrepreneurs and most entrepreneurs are poor.
Professor Patrick Augustin’s research program seeks to foster our understanding of financial markets and public institutions, focusing on sovereign and corporate credit risk, insider trading, and new financial technologies. As these subjects are fundamental to the stability of financial markets and modern economic society, the proposed research is instrumental in guiding public policy design.
Authors: A.G. Huang, Hongping Tan, and R. Wermers
Publication: The Review of Financial Studies, Volume 33, Issue 10, October 2020, Pages 4627-4675.
Authors: M.T. Bradshaw, A.G. Huang, and Hongping Tan
Publication: Journal of Accounting Research, Volume 57, Issue 1, March 2019, Pages 85-120.