LECTURER KATHLEEN DAY’s book, Financial Contagion: 100 years of Wall Street Scandals, How They Corrode Markets and Undermine Democracy, is to be published August 2017 by Yale University Press.


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR NING LI co-authored with Associate Professor William Murphy of the University of Saskatchewan the paper “Government, company, and dyadic factors affecting key account management performance in China: Propositions to provoke research,” which appeared in Industrial Marketing Management.

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR JIAN NI presented a summary of his health care-related research in a special session titled “Choices and their Consequences for Health Care Markets: An Integrated Perspective” at the Triennial Invitational Choice Symposium held in Alberta, Canada, last May; and in a special session titled “Strategic Behavior in Healthcare” at the Marketing Science Conference that took place this past June in Shanghai, China.


ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR MENG ZHU presented her research this past June at the Behavioral Decision Research in Management Conference in Toronto, Canada, and at the INFORMS Marketing Science Conference in Shanghai. Zhu also served as a symposia organizer at the INFORMS event. In October 2016 she was scheduled to present her work at the Association for Consumer Research Conference in Berlin, Germany.

In addition, last June she was an invited seminar speaker on her scarcity research at the University of Hong Kong, the Chinese Uni- versity of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Tsinghua University, Renmin University of China, Zhejiang University, and Peking University.