The Carlson School and the Graduate School are proud to announce the winners of the 2013-14 Dissertation Fellowship. This honor recognizes the strength and importance of several PhD students' research. The fellowship will enable these exceptional students to focus exclusively on their research in the upcoming year.
Congratulations to the following winners:
Xin Dai, Accounting PhD
"Did Regulation Fair Disclosure Reduce Institutional Investors' Ability to Mimic Profitable Insider Trades?"
Adviser: Pervin Shroff
Florence Honore, Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship PhD
"Founders' Knowledge and Team Formation in Technological Spin-outs: A Two-Sided Matching Approach"
Advisers: Martin Ganco and Harry Sapienza
George Ball, Supply Chain and Operations PhD
"The Morphology of a Product Recall"
Adviser: Rachna Shah
Michael Cummings, Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship PhD
"Wild Geese or Golden Geese? Diaspora Engagement Policies as a Toll for Encouraging Economic Development & Entrepreneurial Activity"
Adviser: Paul Vaaler
Sergiy Dubynskiy, Finance PhD
"Asset Pricing Accounting"
Adviser: Robert Goldstein
Amanda Heitz, Finance PhD
"Creditor Rights, Information Sharing, and Bank Risk-Taking Using Creditor and Borrower Data"
Adviser: John Boyd
Shweta Singh, Information and Decision Sciences PhD
"IT Outsourcing: Choice, Uncertainty and Information Asymmetry"
Adviser: Alok Gupta