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    • Prime and Score Premia: Evidence against the Tax-Clientele Hypothesis 

      Canina, Linda; Tuckman, Bruce (1996-01-01)
      Primes and scores split the cash flows of a share of stock into dividend and capital gain components, respectively. An analysis of transaction prices reveals that the sum of prime and score prices exceeds the price of their ...
    • Private Equity Goes Retail 

      Kennedy, Richard; Baker, Richard (2007-07-01)
      [Excerpt] The past few years have brought record-setting merger and acquisition activity in just about every industry across the board. Private equity firms, known for their pioneering efforts in creating exceptional ...
    • Private Equity Investment in Public Hotel Companies: Recent Past, Long-Term Future 

      Corgel, John B. (2008-06-01)
      Privatization of publicly traded companies arguably represents one of the most important trends in North American business during this decade. The sweep of private equity (PE) through the hotel and other industries was ...
    • Problem-based Learning in Graduate Management Education: An Integrative Model and Interdisciplinary Application 

      Brownell, Judi; Jameson, Daphne A. (2004-01-01)
      This article develops a model of problem-based learning (PBL) and shows how PBL has been used for a decade in one graduate management program. PBL capitalizes on synergies among cognitive, affective, and behavioral learning. ...
    • Proceedings: Cornell Symposium: Hospitality, Health & Design HHDS2016 In Search of a Healthy Future 

      Verma, Rohit; Shepley, Mardelle; Hollis, Brooke (2016-01-01)
      [Excerpt] The purpose of this conference therefore is to bring together academic scholars and industry leaders who have interest in exploring the rapidly evolving dynamics of hospitality and healthcare industries. Furthermore, ...
    • Product and Service Innovation: Ideas for Future Cross-Disciplinary Research 

      Karniouchina, Ekaterina V.; Victorino, Liana; Verma, Rohit (2006-01-01)
      [Excerpt] The second annual Product and Service Innovation Conference was held in February 2005 in Park City, Utah. The conference brought together over 40 distinguished and upcoming scholars from 30 flagship universities ...
    • Product Development Benchmarking Versus Customer Focus in Applications of Quality Function Deployment 

      Ettlie, John E.; Johnson, Michael D. (1994-04-01)
      The study explores the tradeoff between efforts to benchmark on product-development practices and be customer focused in the implementation of a quality-improvement method. The results of a survey of thirty-three firms' ...
    • Product Tiers and ADR Clusters: Integrating Two Methods for Determining Hotel Competitive Sets 

      Kim, Jin-Young; Canina, Linda (2009-09-01)
      Despite the importance of accurately identifying a hotel’s competitors, determining those competitors is not a simple task. A common and easily implemented approach is to categorize products in terms of product type, but ...
    • Professionalizing the Human Resources Function: The Case of ARAMARK 

      Tracey, J. Bruce; Charpentier, Abigail (2004-11-01)
      Human resources (HR) has become increasingly integral to the success of hospitality firms. At the same time, HR professionals have identified the key competencies required for their field. No longer merely a “personnel” ...
    • Profile of a Leader: Leading by Example 

      Thompson, Gary (2005-11-01)
      As you may know, the Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly, or CQ, is published by the Center for Hospitality Research, or CHR, which itself is a unit of the School of Hotel Administration at Cornell ...
    • Profiting From Regulation: An Event Study of the EU Carbon Market 

      Bushnell, James B.; Chong, Howard; Mansur, Erin T. (2009-12-01)
      Tradable permit regulations have recently been implemented for climate change policy in many countries. One of the first mandatory markets was the EU Emission Trading System, whose first phase ran from 2005-07. Unlike ...
    • Profiting from Regulation: Evidence from the European Carbon Market 

      Bushnell, James B.; Chong, Howard; Mansur, Erin T. (2013-11-01)
      We investigate how cap-and-trade regulation affects profits. In late April 2006, the EU CO2 allowance price dropped 50 percent, equating to a € 28 billion reduction in the value of aggregate annual allowances. We examine ...
    • Progress Report: The Center at Fifteen 

      Sherwyn, David S. (2007-11-01)
      [Excerpt] The Center for Hospitality Research, publisher of this journal, is celebrating its fifteenth anniversary this year. Though we will note this occasion at the Cornell Hotel Society’s annual New York Hotel Show ...
    • Property-by-Property Valuation of Publicly Traded Real Estate Firms 

      Corgel, John B. (1997-04-01)
      Because the assets held by publicly traded real estate companies are infrequently traded, their values must be estimated to determine the relationship between share prices and net asset values for investment purposes. ...
    • PTA Roles (Letter to the Editor with Response) 

      Inverso, William B. (Author of the Letter); Robinson, Andrew J. (Respondent); DePalma, Mary T. (Respondent); McCall, Michael (Respondent) (1994-10-01)
      [Excerpt] We appreciate the interest that Mr Inverso expressed in our work, and we are pleased that it stimulated discussion about the roles of physical therapist assistant (PTA). Mr Inverso noted that he had "significant ...
    • Public Market Institutions in Venture Capital: Value Creation for Entrepreneurial Firms 

      Huang, Shiyang; Mao, Yifei; Wang, Cong (Roman); Zhou, Dexin (2017-03-01)
      Institutions that traditionally focus on the public equity market are making an increasing number of venture capital (VC) investments in the private market. Examining these investments, we find that an institution-backed ...
    • Public or Private? The Hospitality Investment Decision 

      Ma, Qingzhong; Zhang, Athena Wei (2010-12-01)
      As the economic recession gradually recedes, companies with sufficient capital have numerous investment opportunities. The question is what type of lodging assets are appropriate for investment, in terms of value creation. ...
    • Purchasing From Minority Small Businesses 

      Dollinger, Marc J.; Enz, Cathy A.; Daily, Catherine M. (1991-04-01)
      This article employs a transaction costs framework to analyze the problems of Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) purchasing programs. The results from field surveys of small minority firms and corporate purchasing personnel ...
    • Pure Price Changes of Lodging Properties 

      Corgel, John B.; deRoos, Jan A. (1992-04-01)
      [Excerpt] In this article, we report on research to measure the temporal changes in the prices of lodging properties. Our specific objective is to present the results of an ongoing study at the Cornell University School ...
    • Pushing the Frontier of Sustainable Service Operations Management: Evidence from US hospitality industry 

      Zhang, Jie J.; Joglekar, Nitin; Verma, Rohit (2012-01-01)
      Purpose: The purpose of this study is to develop a performance measurement system of environmental sustainability in service settings and to empirically examine the relationship between the measured environmental sustainability ...