In addition to placement, an indicator of a PhD Program’s worth is where and how often it publishes works of research. Here again, Columbia has an estimable track record.
A select list of publications that have recently published works by Columbia PhD authors include the following:
Givoly, Dan, Carla Hayn and Sharon Katz, “Does public ownership of equity improve earnings quality?” The Accounting Review, issue 1, vol. 85, (2010) pp. 195-225. Risk Management Research Report, (2010) p.13.
Katz, Sharon. “Earnings quality and ownership structure: The role of private equity sponsors.” The Accounting Review, issue 3, vol. 84, (2009) pp. 623-658. (Lead article. Winner of the 2007 AAA Competitive Manuscript Award, 2008 FEA Best Paper in Private Equity Award, NBER Working Paper No. 14085).
Shalev, Ron. “The information content of business combination disclosure level.” The Accounting Review, issue 1, vol. 84, (2009) pp. 239-270.
Decision, Risk and Operations
Yankovic, Natalia, Linda V. Green. “Identifying good nursing levels: A queuing approach.” Operations Research, issue 4, vol. 59, (2011) pp. 942-955.
Allon, Gad, Awi Federgruen and Margaret P. Pierson. “How much is a reduction of your customers’ wait worth? An empirical study of the fast-food drive-thru industry based on structural methods.” Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, issue 1, vol. 12, (2010) pp. 162-183.
Besbes, Omar and Assaf Zeevi. “Dynamic pricing without knowing the demand function: Risk bounds and near-optimal algorithms.” Operations Research, issue 6, vol. 57, (2009) pp. 1407-1420.
Finance and Economics
Vig, Vikrant, Tomasz Piskorski and Amit Seru. “Securitization and distressed loan renegotiation: Evidence from the subprime mortgage crisis.” Journal of Financial Economics, issue 3, vol. 97, (2010) pp. 369-397.
Wang, Yongxiang, Charles Calomiris and Raymond Fisman. “Profiting from government stakes in a command economy: Evidence from Chinese asset sales.” Journal of Financial Economics, issue 3, vol. 96, (2010) pp. 399-412.
Schwarz, Krista. “Are speculators informed? “Journal of Futures Markets, forthcoming.
Bianchi, Emily C. and Joel Brockner. “In the eyes of the beholder?: The role of dispositional trust in judgments of procedural and interactional fairness.” Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, in press.
Ingram, Paul, and Magnus Thor Torfason. "Organizing the in-between: The population dynamics of network-weaving organizations in the global interstate network." Administrative Science Quarterly, issue 4, vol. 55, (2010) pp. 577-605.
Ames, Daniel R, Elke U. Weber and Xi Zou. “Mind-reading in strategic interaction: The impact of assumed similarity on projection and stereotype use.” Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, issue 1, vol. 117, (2012) pp. 96-110.
Keinan, Anat and Ran Kivetz. “Remedying hyperopia: The effects of self-control regret on consumer behavior.” Journal of Marketing Research, issue 6, vol. 45, (2008) pp. 676-689.
Netzer, Oded, Kamel Jedidi and Ricardo Montoya. “Dynamic allocation of pharmaceutical detailing and sampling for long-term profitability.” Marketing Science, issue 5, vol. 29, (2010) pp. 909-924.
Stephen, Andrew T. and Olivier Toubia. “Explaining the power-law degree distribution in a social commerce community.” Social Networks, issue 4, vol. 31, (2009) pp. 262-270.