New Faculty at the School of Business Administration

Six new faculty members join SoBA

Amitav Chakravarti

Amitav Chakravarti

Amitav Chakravarti

Amitav Chakravarti, associate professor of marketing, who previously taught at the London School of Economics and Political Science at the Stern School of Business, New York University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Florida. His primary research interests revolve around categorization and decision making, consumer behavior in high-uncertainty markets, corporate social responsibility and effects of physical environments on behavior.

Jerayr “John” Haleblian

Jerayr “John” Haleblian

Jerayr “John” Haleblian

Jerayr “John” Haleblian, associate professor of management, was previously an associate professor of management at the University of Georgia. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California. His research focuses on strategic decisions and their performance outcomes in the context of mergers and acquisitions. He serves on the editorial board of the Academy of Management Journal, and the Strategic Management Journal.

Ivalina Kalcheva

Ivalina Kalcheva

Ivalina Kalcheva

Ivalina Kalcheva, an assistant professor of finance, who previously taught at the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona. Her academic research is focus on asset pricing and market microstructure. She received her Ph.D. in finance in 2007 from University of Utah.

 

Shana (Hyun A) Hong

Shana (Hyun A) Hong

Shana (Hyun A) Hong

Shana (Hyun A) Hong, an assistant professor of accounting and information systems, who previously taught at the University of Southern California and University of Memphis. She earned her Ph.D. from USC in 2010. Her research interest lies in the role of accounting information in capital markets, corporate ownership structure and incentives, and regulation.

 

Yizi “Charles” Zhang

Yizi “Charles” Zhang

Yizi “Charles” Zhang

Yizi “Charles” Zhang, an assistant professor in marketing, who recently graduated with a Ph.D. in marketing from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. His research has primarily focused on consumer judgment and decision, with an emphasis on social inference and numerical judgment.

 

Adem Orsdemir

Adem Orsdemir

Adem Orsdemir

Adem Orsdemir, an acting assistant professor of operation and supply chain management, who studies the profitability and environmental benefits of green operations driven by the environmental wave and market competition. His research also includes supply chain management in the context of corporate social responsibility.

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