Now showing items 213-232 of 2015

    • Assessing the Economic Significance of Return Predictability: A Research Note 

      Boudry, Walter I.; Gray, Philip (2003-01-01)
      [Excerpt] In recent years, financial researchers have gradually accepted the notion that stock returns are partially predictable (Cochrane, 1999). Most often, the extent of return predictability is assessed from a statistical ...
    • Assessing the Long-Term Impact of a Consistent Advertising Campaign on Consumer Memory 

      Braun-LaTour, Kathryn A.; LaTour, Michael S. (2004-01-01)
      How effective is an advertising campaign that has consistently used the same theme since consumers' early childhood? To answer that question one has to consider the effect the campaign has had on consumers' memory. This ...
    • Asset Management and Investment Banking 

      Berzins, Janis; Liu, Crocker H.; Trzcinka, Charles (2013-04-26)
      We find evidence that conflicts of interest are pervasive in the asset management business owned by investment banks. Using data from 1990 to 2008, we compare the alphas of mutual funds, hedge funds, and institutional funds ...
    • Asset Management and Investment Banking 

      Berzins, Janis; Liu, Crocker H.; Trzcinka, Charles (2013-02-09)
      We find evidence that conflicts of interest are pervasive in the asset management business owned by investment banks. Using data from 1990 to 2008, we compare the alphas of mutual funds, hedge funds and institutional funds ...
    • Assigning Telephone Operators to Shifts at New Brunswick Telephone Company 

      Thompson, Gary (1997-08-01)
      I developed a procedure for assigning telephone operators to shifts at New Brunswick Telephone Company (NBTel). Al though the problem has received scant attention in the literature, its solution greatly affects employees' ...
    • Association of Nonfinancial Performance Measures with the Financial Performance of a Lodging Chain 

      Banker, Rajiv D.; Potter, Gordon S.; Srinivasan, Dhinu (2005-11-01)
      A test of nonfinancial measures used as part of a management-incentive program by a U.S.-based, full-service hotel chain found that improvements in the nonfinancial measures were followed shortly by increases in revenue ...
    • Attention Effects in a High-Frequency World 

      Chakrabarty, Bidisha; Moulton, Pamela; Wang, Xu (2015-12-09)
      How does limited attention affect stock prices in today’s computer-driven financial markets? We study this issue by re-examining the effects of limited attention using a dataset that separately identifies trades made by ...
    • Attitudes and Perceptions toward Affirmative Action Programs: An Application of Institutional Theory 

      Susskind, Alex M.; Brymer, Robert A.; Kim, Woo Gon; Lee, Hae Young; Way, Sean A. (2014-08-01)
      Due to the continuing controversy surrounding the use of affirmative action programs in organizational hiring and promotion practices, we conducted a study to model individuals’ attitudes, beliefs, and perceptions toward ...
    • Attribute Abstraction, Feature-Dimensionality, and the Scaling Of Product Similarities 

      Johnson, Michael D.; Lehmann, Donald R.; Fornell, Claes; Horne, David A. (1992-05-01)
      This paper examines the attributes that consumers use when making product similarity judgments and their effect on similarity scaling. Previous research suggests that concrete brands are judged using dichotomous features ...
    • Attribution Analysis Tool 

      Boudry, Walter I.; Green, Matthew C.; Liu, Crocker H.; Ukhov, Andrey D. (2013-01-01)
      The attribution analysis spreadsheet is developed based on the model discussed in the Center for Real Estate and Finance at Cornell report called "Measuring the Value Added of Hotel REIT Managers Using MSA Benchmarks: A ...
    • Audience Heterogeneity and the Effectiveness of Market Signals: How to Overcome Liabilities of Foreignness in Film Exports? 

      Kim, Heeyon; Jensen, Michael (2014-01-01)
      This study extends research on the importance of market signals in international markets for cultural products by examining not only when market signals are important but also what types of market signals are most important ...
    • Authentic Leadership and Behavioral Integrity as Drivers of Follower Commitment and Performance 

      Leroy, Hannes; Palanski, Michael E.; Simons, Tony L. (2012-05-01)
      The literatures on both authentic leadership and behavioral integrity have argued that leader integrity drives follower performance. Yet, despite overlap in conceptualization and mechanisms, no research has investigated ...
    • Authenticity in Scaling the Vision: Defining Boundaries in the Food and Beverage Entrepreneurship Development Cycle 

      Olsen, Mona Anita Kristiansen; Stanley, Cheryl (2016-02-17)
      The October 2015 Food and Beverage Entrepreneurship Roundtable brought together over 30 food and beverage industry leaders, entrepreneurs, faculty, and students at the School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University. ...
    • Automation, Speed, and Stock Market Quality: The NYSE’s Hybrid 

      Hendershott, Terrence; Moulton, Pamela (2010-02-07)
      Automation and trading speed are increasingly important aspects of competition among financial markets. Yet we know little about how changing a market’s automation and speed affects the cost of immediacy and price discovery, ...
    • Autonomous Vehicles and Commercial Real Estate 

      Henderson, Jason; Spencer, Jason (2016-06-01)
      Hardly a day goes by without the release of a handful of news stories about autonomous vehicles (or AVs for short). The proverbial “tipping point” of awareness has been reached in the public consciousness as AV technology ...
    • Award for Best <i>CQ</i> Article in 2005 

      Sturman, Michael C. (2006-08-01)
      [Excerpt] I am pleased to present the 2005 award for the best Cornell Quarterly article. The winner was chosen from an exceptionally strong field of papers. In 2005, we received 178 total unsolicited submissions, of which ...
    • Award for the Best <i>Cornell Quarterly</i> Article in 2002 

      Sturman, Michael C. (2003-04-01)
      [Excerpt] I am pleased to announce that the following article has been named Cornell Quarterly article of the year for 2002 (it appeared in the August 2002 issue): "Assessing the Profitability of Premium Players," by Anthony ...
    • Awards 

      Unknown author (2014-06-01)
      Announcing: Society Of Industrial And Office Realtors® Most Outstanding Article Award; International Council of Shopping Centers Most Outstanding Retail Real Estate Award; Institute of Real Estate Management Most Outstanding ...
    • Awards 

      Unknown author (2015-06-01)
      Society of Industrial and Office Realtors; International Council of Shopping Centers Most Outstanding Retail Real Estate Award; Institute of Real Estate Management Most Outstanding Real Estate Award; Westport Capital ...
    • A“4-C” Strategy for Yield Management 

      Withiam, Glenn (2001-01-01)
      Yield management is the umbrella term for a set of strategies that enable capacity-constrained service industries to realize optimum revenue from operations. The core concept of yield management is to provide the right ...