Congratulations to Professor Patricia Faison Hewlin and her colleagues across 25 academic institutions who have been awarded a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Partnership Grant for the establishment of the "Inclusive Innovation and Entrepreneurship Network (IIE-Net)".
McGill University has awarded Professor Warut Khern-am-nuai with MI4 Emergency COVID-19 Research Funding to examine social media data to help retailers identify panic buying behavior during the pandemic.
Anthony C. Masi, Professor of Industrial Relations & Organizational Behaviour at the Desautels Faculty of Management, has received MI4 Emergency COVID-19 Research Funding.
McGill University has awarded Professor Juan Serpa with MI4 Emergency COVID-19 Research Funding to monitor COVID-19’s impact on business in Canada and across the world. Titled Quebec Data Central for Impact of Covid-19 on Society and Business and for a Post-Pandemic World, the one-year project aims to support businesses, researchers and policymakers in making informed decisions in the post-COVID era.
Authors: Kartik K. Ganju, Hilal Atasoy, Brad Greenwood and Jeff McCullough
Publication: Management Science, Forthcoming
Although significant research has examined how technology can intensify racial and other outgroup biases, limited work has investigated the role information systems can play in abating them. Racial biases are particularly worrisome in healthcare, where underrepresented minorities suffer disparities in access to care, quality of care, and clinical outcomes. In this paper, we examine the role clinical decision support systems (CDSS) play in attenuating systematic biases among black patients, relative to white patients, in rates of amputation and revascularization stemming from diabetes mellitus. Using a panel of inpatient data and a difference in difference approach, results suggest that CDSS adoption significantly shrinks disparities in amputation rates across white and black patients; with no evidence that this change is simply delaying eventual amputations. Results suggest that this effect is driven by changes in treatment care protocols that match patients to appropriate specialists, rather than altering within physician decision-making. These findings highlight the role information systems and digitized patient care can play in promoting unbiased decision making by structuring and standardizing care procedures.
Authors: Mohammad Nikoofal, Mehmet Gumus
Publication: European Journal of Operational Research, Forthcoming
Authors: Hedayat Alibeiki, Mehmet Gumus
Publication: International Journal of Production Economics, Forthcoming
Authors: Matthew Corritore, Amir Goldberg, Sameer B. Srivastava
Publication: Harvard Business Review, January-February 2020 Issue
Culture is easy to sense but hard to measure. The workhorses of culture research—employee surveys and questionnaires—are often unreliable.
Authors: He Huang, Shanling Li & Yu Yu
Publication: The Journal of the Textile Institute, Vol. 110, Issue 6, Pages 901-910, 2019
Authors: Patrick Augustin, Feng Jiao, Sergei Sarkissian, Michael J Schill
Publication: The Review of Financial Studies, Vol. 33, Issue 1, January 2020
We study how listing in multiple markets affects the dynamics between firms’ credit default swap (CDS) and stock returns. We find that cross-listing increases (1) the sensitivity of CDS to stock returns, (2) the integration of CDS with world equity and bond markets, and (3) the statistical synchronicity of CDS and stock prices. Our results are stronger for firms with greater media attention, analyst and CDS coverage, and Google search intensity and for listings in familiar markets. We suggest that a firm’s presence in global equity markets comes with an improvement in the credit-equity integration through a reduction of informational frictions.
Authors: Daniel Frank, Fan E, Angelos Georghiou, and Vedat Verter
Publication: The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, Forthcoming
Authors: Sergei Sarkissian and Yan Wang
Publication: Review of Corporate Finance Studies, Forthcoming
Ruslan Goyenko, Associate Professor in Finance, awarded 2019 SSHRC Insight Grant