Research

Friday Research Workshops

Each Friday afternoon during the school year, the IDSc Department and the MISRC host Friday Research Workshops. These are discussion seminars for PhD students, university faculty and interested Corporate Partners that focus on new research and research-related topics. The presenter typically provides a working paper one week in advance. We post the paper online so that it is available for attendees to read during the week of the workshop. The workshops usually begin with presentations of their work by the speaker, followed by a lively discussion.

Professor Gordon Davis coordinated the Friday Research Workshops for many years, prior to his retirement. Gordon Burtch and Mochen Yang are the current Friday Research Workshop coordinators.

If you would like to present your research, please feel free to contact Gord or Mochen.

Workshop Archives


Spring 2018 schedule

Time: 12:15 PM - 1:30 PM
Location: 1-143

Date Speaker Paper Location
1/19 Brad Greenwood
U of M
Just What the Doctor Ordered? Physician Mobility after the Adoption of Electronic Health Records 1-143
1/26 Linli Xu
U of M
There's No Free Lunch Conversation: The Effect of Brand Advertising on Word of Mouth 1-143
2/2 Bill Rand
NC State
Extracting Actionable Marketing Intelligence from Social Media Data using Machine Learning 1-143
2/9 Maytal Saar-Tsechansky
UT Austin
Who Is A Good Decision Maker? Data-Driven Decision Ranking under Unobservable Quality 1-143
2/16 Anand Gopal
U Maryland
A for Effort? Using the Crowd to Identify Moral Hazard in NYC Restaurant Hygiene Inspections 1-143
2/23 Joel Waldfogel
U of M
Platforms, Power, and Preferential Placement: Evidence from Spotify Playlists 1-143
3/2 Foster Provost
NYU
Causal Classification: Treatment Effect vs. Outcome Estimation 1-143
3/9 Yili Hong
ASU
IT-enabled Monitoring and Labor Contracting in Online Platforms: Evidence from a Natural Experiment 1-143
3/23 Christian Catalini
MIT
Technological Opportunity, Bubbles and Innovation: The Dynamics of Initial Coin Offerings 1-143
3/30 Ram Chellappa
Emory
Platform Preannouncement Strategies: The Strategic Role of In-formation in Two-Sided Markets Competition 1-143
4/6 Gautam Pant
U of Iowa
Predicting Interfirm Human Capital Flow: Leveraging Networks and Heterogeneous Effects 1-143
4/13 Jonathon Cummings
Duke
Physical Collocation, Structural Interdependence, and Work-Related Interactions in Organizations 1-143
4/20 Beibei Li
CMU
Nudging Mobile Customers with Real-Time Social Dynamics 1-143
4/27 Sunil Wattal
Temple
Competitive Poaching in Search Advertising: A Randomized Field Experiment 1-143
5/4 Huaxia Rui
Rochester
Voice Cascade on Social Media 1-143
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