“Generic Manufacturers’ Labeling Catch-22,” by assistant professor Stacey Lee, has been accepted for publication in the Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics. The study examines the legal and regulatory framework needed to ensure that generic drug manufacturers provide consumers and the medical community with current and accurate labeling instructions for their products.
With just three William H. Newman awards given each year by the Academy of Management, Carey featured one winner and one finalist for 2011. Assistant professor Sharon Kim won the award for her paper “Selling Out: How Impressions of Materialism Influence Creative Evaluations and Performance.” Brian Gunia, assistant professor, was a finalist for the same award.
Brian Gunia received the 2011 Kenneth E. Clark Student Research Award, sponsored by the Center for Creative Leadership and the International Leadership Association, for his paper “The Blame-Takers Dilemma: Actions and Reactions in the Wake of Organizational Failure.”
Assistant professor Meng Zhu had her paper “Double-Edged Sword of Signaling Effectiveness: When Salient Cues Curb Post-purchase Consumption” accepted for publication in the Journal of Marketing Research.
Dipankar Chakravarti, professor, published “Price Presentation Effects in Purchases Involving Trade-Ins” (co-authored by Joydeep Srivastava of the University of Maryland). Their paper appeared in the October issue of the Journal of Marketing Research.
Professor Richard Milter edited Building Learning Experiences in a Changing World (Springer, 2011). The book is the third in a series of works on the latest developments in business education and training.