Jalapeño cheddar or zesty lime. Crinkle cut or wavy. Potato chips are as varied as people’s appetites – and the chances are pretty good that everyone’s local corner store features dozens of choices to suit every taste. But do the countless variations of this humble snack food satisfy consumer demand for variety, or intimidate the indecisive by making it too difficult to choose?
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Congratulations to Lisa Cohen, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, for co-editing the special virtual issue of Administrative Science Quarterly in honor of Women’s History Month!
Congratulations to Kartik K. Ganju, Assistant Professor in Information Systems, whose paper has been selected as a finalist for NIHCM Foundation’s 27th Annual Research Award.
Professor Ganju’s Management Science paper “The Role of Decision Support Systems in Attenuating Racial Biases in Healthcare Delivery” with co-authors Hilal Atasoy Jeffery McCullough, and Brad Greenwood was selected by the National Institute for Health Care Management Foundation (NIHCM) as one of five finalists for NIHCM Foundation’s 27th Annual Research Award from a competitive pool of nearly 100 entries.
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