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Selected recent faculty research publications.


Madan, Shilpa, Krishna Savani, and Gita Venkataramani Johar (2022), "How you look is who you are: The appearance reveals character lay theory increases support for facial profiling," Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

Madan, Shilpa, Krishna Savani, and Constantine S. Katsikeas (2022), "Privacy please: Power distance and people’s responses to data breaches across countries," Journal of International Business Studies

“Entrepreneurial Learning and Disincentives in Crowdfunding Markets”, Management Science, forthcoming, Yan Xu and Jian Ni


Carnabuci, Gianluca, Cécile Emery, and David Brinberg (2018), “Emergent leadership structures in informal groups: A dynamic, cognitively informed network model,” Organization Science. 29 (1), 118-133.

David, Derick, and Rajesh Bagchi (2018), “How Evaluations of Multiple Percentage Price Changes Are Influenced by Presentation Mode and Percentage Ordering: The Role of Anchoring and Surprise,” Journal of Marketing Research, 55 (5), 655-666.

Estes, Richard, and Joseph Sirgy (2018), “Advances in Well-Being: Toward a Better World”, London: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Hock, Stefan, and Rajesh Bagchi (2018), “The Impact of Crowding on Calorie Consumption,” Journal of Consumer Research, 44 (5), 1123-1140.

May, Frank, and Caglar Irmak (2018), “The Effects of Rarity on Indulgent Consumption: Non-Impulsives Indulge When Low Frequency Is Salient,” Journal of Consumer Research, 45 (2), 383-402.

Sevilla, Julio, Mathew Isaac, and Rajesh Bagchi (2018), “Format Neglect: How the Use of Numerical Versus Percentage Rank Claims Influences Consumer Judgements,” Journal of Marketing, 82 (6), 150-164.

Stamatogiannakis, Antonios, Amitava Chattopadhyay, and Dipankar Chakravarti (2018), “Attainment versus maintenance goals: Perceived difficulty and impact on goal choice,” Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 149, 17-34.

Van Kerckhove, Anneleen, and Mario Pandelaere (2018), “Swiping is the new liking: How product orientation shapes product evaluations conveyed through swiping,” Journal of Consumer Research, 45, 633-647.