Rüdiger, J., Vigier, A. (2020). Who Acquires Information in Dealer Markets?. American Economic Review, 110(4), 1145-76.
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Melero, E., Palomeras, N., & Wehrheim, D. (2017). The effect of patent protection on inventor mobility. Forthcoming in Management Science. Available at SSRN 2961312.
Moreno, D., Rodriguez, R., & Zambrana, R. (2018). Management sub-advising in the mutual fund industry. Journal of Financial Economics, 127(3), 567-587.
Andriani, P., Ali, A., & Mastrogiorgio, M. (2017). Measuring exaptation and its impact on innovation, search, and problem solving. Organization Science, 28(2), 320-338.
Exaptation, the emergence of latent functionality in existing artifacts, is an underexplored mechanism of novelty generation in innovation. In this paper, we measure the frequency of exaptation in the pharmaceutical industry. We find that about 42% of new functions derived from existing drugs have an exaptive nature.
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Martinez‐Miera, D., & Repullo, R. (2017). Search for yield. Econometrica, 85(2), 351-378.
The article coauthored by David Martínez and Rafael Repullo has been accepted for publication in Econometrica
Esteban-Bravo, M., Vidal-Sanz, J. M., & Yildirim, G. (2017). Can Retail Sales Volatility be Curbed Through Marketing Actions?. Marketing Science, 36(2), 232-253.
The article "Can retail sales volatility be curbed through marketing actions?", by M. Esteban-Bravo (UC3M), J.M. Vidal-Sánz (UC3M) and G. Yildirim (Lancaster University) has been accepted for publication at Marketing Science. This is an A+ journal in Marketing.
Ekinci, E. (2016). Employee referrals as a screening device. The RAND Journal of Economics, 47(3), 688-708.
The article “Employee Referrals as a Screening Device”, authored by our colleague Emre Ekinci, has been accepted for publication in the Rand Journal of Economics. According to the Article Influence Score (2014), this journal ranks 29 among 333 in the category of Economics.
Khessina, O. M., & Reis, S. (2016). The limits of reflected glory: (...). Organization Science, 27(2), 411-427.
Prof. Samira Dias has recently published in Organization Science. The article is entitled "The Limits of Reflected Glory: The Beneficial and Harmful Effects of Product Name Similarity in the U.S. Network TV Program Industry, 1944-2003", and its co-authored with prof. Olga M. Khessina at Cornell University.
Lara, J. M. G., Osma, B. G., & Penalva, F. (2009). Conditional conservatism and firm investment efficiency. 2010-03-06)[2011-10-05]. http://ssrn. com/abstract= 138 3642or doi: 2139/ssrn. 1383642.