• Research and Publications

    Recent Faculty Publications

    Avnet, Tamar, Michel Tuan Pham, and Andrew Stephen (2012), “Consumers’ Trust in Feelings as Information,” Journal of Consumer Research, Vol. 39 (December).

    Avnet, Tamar and Anne-Laure Sellier (2011). “Clock Time versus Event Time: Temporal Culture or Self-Regulation?” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol . 47, (3) May, 665-667.

    Avnet, T., Raghubir, P. (2010). When Decisions Get Tough, the "Gut" Gets Going: The Use of Intuition and Feelings for Complex Decisions. St. Petersburg, Florida: social consumer psychology conference.

    Pham, M. T., Avnet, T. (2009). Rethinking Regulatory Engagement Theory. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 19(2), 115 - 123. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.obhdp.2008.10.001 

    Pham, M. T., Avnet, T. (2009). Contingent Reliance on the Affect Heuristic as a Function of Regulatory Focus. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes., 108(2), 267 - 278.

    Pham, M. T., (2009). Rethinking Regulatory Engagement Theory. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 19(2), 115 - 123. Pham, M. T., (2009). Contingent Reliance on the Affect Heuristic as a Function of Regulatory Focus. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes., 108(2), 267 - 278.

    DeCremer, D., Brockner, J., Fishman, A., van Olffen, W., Mayer, D. M. (2009). When do procedural fairness and outcome favorability interact to influence employees' organizational commitment: The moderating effect of uncertainty. To appear in Journal of Applied Psychology, Forthcoming. http://www.yu.edu 

    Brockner, J., DeCremer, D., Fishman, A., Spiegel, S. (2008). When does high procedural fairness reduce self-evaluations following unfavorable outcomes?: The moderating effect of prevention focus. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 44(2), 187-200.

    Giloni, A., Hurvich, C., Seshadri, S., POMS 2009, "The Value of Information Sharing in a Multi-Stage Supply Chain under ARMA Demand," POMS, Orlando, Florida. (May 1, 2009).

    Giloni, A. (2008). Neo-Rawlsian Fringes: A New Approach to Market Segmentation and New Product Development. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 25(5), 491-507.

    Greenberg, R. (2010). Intellectual Property Protection for the Entrepreneur -- Copyright Law in the United States. Hilo, Hawaii: The Institute for Business and Finance Research.

    Ravichandran, T., Han, S., Hasan, I. (2009). Effects of Institutional Pressures on Information Technology Investments: An Empirical Investigation. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 56(4), 677-691.

    Ravichandran, T., Liu, Y., Han, S., Hasan, I. (2009). Diversification and Firm Performance: Exploring the Moderating Effects of Information Technology Spending. Journal of Management Information Systems, 25(4), 205-240.

    Krausz, J., Lee, S., Nam, K. (2009). Profitability of Nonlinear Dynamics under Technical Rules: Evidence from Pacific-Basin Stock Markets. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 45, 13-35.

    Cong, Y., Hoitash, R., Krishnan, M. (2009). Event Study With Imperfect Competition and Private Information: Earnings Announcements Revisited. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 34(3), 383-411. http://www.springerlink.com/content/270807l216x182l8/

    Laufer, D., Gillespie, K., Silvera, D. (2009). The Role of Country of Manufacture in Consumers’ Attributions of Blame for an Ambiguous Product-Harm Crisis. To appear in Journal of International Consumer Marketing. http://www.haworthpress.com/web/JICM 

    Gross, J., Arsena, A., Silvera, D., Laufer, D., Gillespie, K. (2009). The Antecedents and Consequences of Defensive Attributions in Product-Harm Crisis. San Diego, California: Soceity for Consumer Psychology Winter Conference.

    Laufer, D., Silvera, D., Meyer, T., Gross, J., Arsena, A. (2009). Threat Perception in Product Harm Crises: Do Older Consumers Feel More Vulnerable. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Association of Consumer Research Annual Conference.

    Leibowitz, M., Reinstein, A. (2009). Help for Solving CPA's Ethical Dilemmas. Journal of Accountancy, 30-34.

    Pava, M. (2009). The Exaggerated Claims of Evolutionary Psychologists. Journal of Business Ethics, 85(3), 391-401.

    Epstein, S., Rotenstein, A., Dickman, B., Wilamowsky, Y. (2010). The PBA vs Piscataway: A Case Study Statistics in the Workplace. Journal of Business Case Studies, 6(1), p. 75 - 82.

     

     

    Working Papers

    Giloni, A., Kocaga Y.L., Troy, P.  Augmenting Revenue Maximization Policies for Facilities where Customers Wait for Service, SYMS 2011 Working Paper Series, Working Paper 2011-1. 

     

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