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Texto: Academic Placements | Stanford Graduate School of Business Skip to main content The Experience Why Business School Learning at Stanford GSB Life at Stanford GSB The Leadership School News & History Impact The Programs MBA Program MSx Program PhD Program Executive Education See All Programs Faculty & Research Faculty Publications Books Working Papers Case Studies Centers & Initiatives Stanford Seed Labs Business Library Insights Accounting Big Data Career & Success Corporate Governance Economics Education Energy & Environment Entrepreneurship Finance Government Health Care Innovation Leadership Management Marketing Nonprofit Operations, Information & Technology Organizational Behavior Political Economy Social Impact Supply Chain Alumni Communities News Reunions Featured Events Career Resources Lifelong Learning Volunteering Giving Contact Alumni Relations Events Enter the terms you wish to search for. Companies, Organizations & Recruiters Stanford Community Library Newsroom Contact Us Visit Us Jobs MyGSB Change lives. Change organizations. Change the world. PhD Program Section menu Fields of Study Academic Experience Admission Financial Aid Student Life Placement Job Market Candidates Academic Placements Contact the PhD Program You are here The Programs › PhD Program › Placement › Academic Placements Academic Placements Graduates of our PhD Program have gone on to become leading scholars at top universities. Our recent academic placements are listed by year of graduation, with their dissertation title. Academic Areas Accounting Economics Finance Marketing Operations, Information & Technology Organizational Behavior Political Economy Accounting Kurt H. Gee, 18 Penn State University, Smeal College of Business “Readability, Profitability, and Discretionary MD&A Text” Charles McClure, 18 University of Chicago, Booth School of Business “Determinants of Tax Avoidance” Trung Nguyen, 18 Harvard Business School “The Effectiveness of White-Collar Crime Enforcement: Evidence from the War on Terror” Aneesh Raghunandan, 17 London School of Economics “Government Subsidies and Corporate Fraud” Rimmy E. Tomy, 16 University of Chicago, Booth School of Business “Competition and the Use of Discretion in Financial Reporting: Evidence from Community Banks ” Youfei Xiao, 16 Duke University, Fuqua School of Business “Uncertainty, Disagreement and Forecast Dispersion: Empirical Measures from a Model of Analysts' Strategic Conduct” Zach Zhiguang Wang, 15 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, College of Business “Leases: Service Contracts or Investment and Financing?” Moritz Hiemann, 13 Columbia Business School “Accounting Rules for Debt Covenants” Doron Israeli, 13 The Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Arison School of Business “Trading Volume Reactions to Earnings Announcements and Future Firm Performance” Suhas Sridharan, 13 University of California, Los Angeles, Anderson School of Management “Fundamental Analysis and Equity Volatility” Salman Arif, 12 Indiana University, Kelley School of Business “Aggregate Investment and its Consequences” Eric Chi-Ying So, 12 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management “A New Approach to Predicting Analyst Forecast Errors: Do Investors Overweight Analyst Forecasts?” Anastasia Zakolyukina, 12 University of Chicago, Booth School of Business “Measuring Intentional Manipulation: A Structural Approach” Back to the Top Economics Dmitry Arkhangelsky, 18 Center for Monetary and Financial Studies (CEMFI) “Essays in Econometrics” Shannon Liu, 18 University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management “Theory and Applications of Collective Investment” Piotr Dworczak, 17 Northwestern University, Department of Economics “Mechanism Design with Aftermarkets” Erik Madsen, 16 New York University, Department of Economics “Optimal project termination with an informed agent” Mikhail Panov, 15 New York University, Department of Economics “A theory of "interspection" in games” Alejandro Francetich, 13 University of Washington, Bothell School of Business “Contributions to Microeconomic Theory” Tadashi Hashimoto, 13 Yeshiva University, Department of Economics “Essays on Efficiency, Fairness, and Incentives in Resource Allocation” Songzi Du, 12 Simon Fraser University, Department of Economics “Essays in Game Theory” Benjamin Golub, 12 Harvard University, Department of Economics “Essays in Economic Networks” John Lazarev, 12 New York University, Department of Economics “Dynamic Pricing in the Airline Industry” Back to the Top Finance Zhengyang Jiang, 18 Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management “Fiscal Risks and Currency Returns” Yiming Ma, 18 Columbia Business School “Intermediation in the Interbank Lending Market” Yang Song, 18 University of Washington, Foster School of Business “Essays in Financial Economics” Marco Giacoletti, 17 University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business “Essays in Financial Economics” Zhe Wang, 17 Pennsylvania State University, Smeal College of Business “Essays in Financial Economics” Michael Schwert, 16 Ohio State University, Fisher College of Business “Bank Capital and Lending Relationships” Yizhou Xiao, 16 Chinese University of Hong Kong, Business School “Essays in Financial Economics” Will Gornall, 15 University of British Columbia, Sauder School of Business “Essays in Financial Economics” Pavel Zryumov, 15 University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School “Essays in Corporate Finance” Felipe Aldunate, 14 Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Escuela de Administración “Essays in Empirical Corporate Finance” Lin William Cong, 14 University of Chicago, Booth School of Business “Essays in Dynamic Corporate Finance and Investment” Dmitry Orlov, 14 University of Rochester, Simon Business School “Essays in Corporate Finance” Sebastian Infante Bilbao, 13 Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System “Frictions in Repo Markets” Luis Varas Greene, 13 Duke University, Fuqua School of Business “Essays in Financial Economics” Yesol Huh, 13 BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM “Essays on Empirical Market Microstructure” Travis Johnson, 12 University of Texas-Austin, McCombs School of Business “Essays on Information in Options Markets” Haoxiang Zhu, 12 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management “Essays on Financial Market Structure and Design” Back to the Top Marketing Justin T. Huang, 18 University of Michigan, Ross School of Business “Visibility Policy, Seller Incentives, and Pricing Dynamics in a Digital Goods Marketplace” Tomomichi Amano, 17 Columbia Business School “Ratcheting, Competition, and the Diffusion of Technological Change: The Case of Televisions under an Energy Efficiency Program” Kristina Brecko, 17 University of Rochester, Simon Business School “New Features Free of Charge? Using Price to Sort Consumers Among Legacy Software Versions” Lauren B. Cheatham, 17 University of Hawaii, Shidler College of Business “The Effects of Attitude Certainty on Attitudinal Advocacy: Understanding the Antecedents and Consequences of Consumer Advocacy” Stephanie C. Lin, 17 Singapore Management University “The Code of Virtue” Daniella Kupor, 16 Boston University, Questrom School of Business “Consumers, Interrupted: The Effect of Interruptions on Persuasion and Decision Making” Anna Tuchman, 16 Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Business “Essays on the Role of Advertising in Product Markets” Øystein Sigvald Daljord, 15 University of Chicago, Booth School of Business “Commitment, Vertical Restraints and Dynamic Pricing of Durable Goods” Emily Nicole Garbinsky, 15 University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business “Money and Power: How Feelings of Power Drive Financial Decisions” Taly Reich, 14 Yale University, School of Management “The Upside of Evaluative Inconsistency: When Contradictions Foster Persuasion and Protect the Self.” Shi Jia, 13 University of Hong Kong, School of Business “Experiences in the Form of Packets: An Epi-hedonic Framework of Active versus Passive Experiences” Melanie Rudd, 13 University of Houston, Bauer College of Business “Being Present: Expanding Consumers' Perceptions of Time through Momentary Temporal Focus” Anita Rao, 12 University of Chicago, Booth School of Business “Content in the Digital Era: Multiplex Configuration and Online Pricing” Back to the Top Operations, Information & Technology Ken Moon, 16 University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School “Structural Estimation Models for Data-Driven Operations & Pricing” Joel Goh, 14 Harvard Business School “Application of Optimization and Stochastic Models in Healthcare Research” Nur Sunar, 13 University of North Carolina, Kenan-Flagler Business School “Management Problems in Energy and Sustainability” Robert Bray, 12 Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management “Empirical Studies of Demand Signal Processing in Supply Chains” Nuri Keskin, 12 University of Chicago, Booth School of Business “Dynamic Pricing with Demand Model Uncertainty” Back to the Top Organizational Behavior Matthew Corritore, 18 McGill University “Essays on the Consequences and Determinants of Cultural Heterogeneity in Firms” Jennifer E. Dannals, 18 Dartmouth College, Tuck School of Business “Essays in Social Norm Perception” Arthur Jago, 18 University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business (POSTDOCTORAL SCHOLAR) “Locating Conviction Within Organizations” Julian J. Zlatev,


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