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Smith Working Papers Available on SSRN

Jan 01, 2007

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Many working papers and abstracts produced by Smith School faculty and graduate students may now be accessed at Social Science Research Network (SSRN). SSRN is composed of a number of specialized research networks in each of the social sciences which reaches over 35,000 academics in more than 70 countries. Each of SSRN’s networks encourages the early distribution of research results by reviewing and publishing submitted abstracts and by soliciting abstracts of top-quality research papers around the world. The Networks encourage readers to communicate directly with other subscribers concerning their own and other’s research. To learn more, visithttp://www.ssrn.com/link/Robert-H-Smith-Business.html.

Recent working papers posted to the site include:

Pseudo Order Consideration in Available to Promise (ATP)
Michael O. Ball, Orkand Corporation Professor of Management Science
Maomao Chen, Amazon.com
Gilvan Souza, associate professor of decision and information technologies

The Sound of Silence in Online Feedback: Estimating Trading Risks in the Presence of Reporting Bias
Chrysanthos Dellarocas, associate professor of decision and information technologies
Charles A. Wood, University of Notre Dame

Modeling Concurrency of Events in Online Auctions via Spatio-Temporal Semiparametric Models
Wolfgang Jank, assistant professor of management science and statistics
Galit Shmueli, assistant professor of management science and statistics

Analyst Conflicts and Research Quality
EFA 2004 MAASTRICHT, Forthcoming
Anup Agarwal, University of Alabama
Mark A. Chen, assistant professor of finance

Automated Time Series Forecasting for Biosurveillance
Howard Burkom, Johns Hopkins University
Sean Patrick Murphy, John Hopkins University
Galit Shmueli, assistant professor of management science and statistics

Wireless Communication’s Role in Patient Response Time: A Study of Vocera Integration with a Nurse Call System
Jason N. Kuruzovich, PhD ’06
Corey M. Angst, PhD candidate
Samer Faraj, associate professor of information systems
Ritu Agarwal, Robert H. Smith Dean’s Chair of Information Systems

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