<P>19 cox.smu.edugo to NEW FACULTY NEW FACULTY Michael Braun, associate professor of marketing, joins the Cox School of Business from the MIT Sloan School of Management. The core of his research is the statistical analysis of large and complex customer databases. He has taught sales forecasting, customer retention and valuation, marketing ROI, social networking models, segmentation and targeting strategies, online advertising and insurance decisions. Brauns work has been published in top academic publications, and he is a member of the Marketing Science Editorial Review Board. Brauns teaching interest is to train the next generation of business leaders how to analyze, interpret and use marketing data to address real-world managerial problems. Braun earned his Ph.D. from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He holds an A.B. with Honors in Economics from Princeton University and an MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. Before entering academia, he worked on the development and deployment of broadband Internet products for such companies as Comcast, Marcus Cable and Charter Communications. Virginia Stewart Kay joins the Cox School of Business as a visiting instructor of organizational behavior. She graduated from the University of Virginia with a B.A. in economics and Spanish and is completing a doctorate in organizational behavior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Kays dissertation examines the effectiveness of team accountability structures. In a secondary line of research she investigates the unanticipated consequences of honesty during critical moments in organizational life, including job interviews, accounting for performance lapses and whistleblowing. Prior to graduate school, Kay served the U.S. intelligence community as an economic analyst and as an undercover counter-terrorism of?cer. She will be teaching the core undergraduate management course in the spring semester. Julian Kolev joins the Cox School of Business as an assistant professor of strategy and entrepre- neurship. He received a B.A. in economics from Harvard College before continuing to a Ph.D. in Muku Santhanakrishnan joins the Cox School of Business as a visiting professor of practice of ?nance. He earned his Ph.D. from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. He has previously taught a broad range of ?nance topics at Arizona State University, Portland State University and Idaho State University. His research focuses on empirical behavioral ?nance and, in particular, on the behavior of individual investors. His most recent work examines the interplay between ?uency of ticker symbols, level of investor sentiment and individual investors decision-making. Nathan Walcott joins the Cox School of Business as ?nance professor of practice. Most recently, Walcott was assistant professor in the Department of Finance and Management Science at Washington State University. Walcott received his B.A. in biochemistry from Rice University before pursuing his M.S., MBA and Ph.D. in ?nance from the University of Washingtons Foster School of Business. Walcotts research and teaching interests are in the areas of corporate ?nance, mergers and acquisitions, capital structure, executive compensation, business evaluation and information asymmetry. Kara Wells joins the Cox School of Business as an assistant professor of accounting. She received a B.S. in quantitative ?nance and ?nancial economics from James Madison University and an M.S. in ?nance from Villanova University before earning a Ph.D. in accounting from the Leventhal School of Accounting and the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California. Wells research interests include ?nancial reporting, corporate governance and the role of managers in accounting choices. Her dissertation examines how individual managers at publicly traded companies impact the overall accounting quality of a ?rm even after controlling for previously documented determinants of accounting quality. Q business economics at Harvard Business School and a post-doctoral fellowship at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Kolevs research interests include entrepre- neurial ?nance, technology transfer, the man- agement of intellectual property and the role of ?nancial markets in corporations labor and R&D decisions. His dissertation documents how the cyclical nature of venture capital funding drives life science researchers to transition to the private sector and create start-ups when funding is readily available, generating more patents while focusing on short-horizon innovations. Stanimir Markov joins the Cox School of Business as an associate professor of accounting. At the University of Texas at Dallas and Emory University, Markov taught financial statement analysis and financial accounting, as well as a doctoral course examining the role of information intermediaries (sell-side analysts, credit rating agencies and the ?nancial press) in capital markets. Markovs research focuses on how informa- tion, both accounting and non-accounting, is produced and used by information interme- diaries and the capital market. His research is empirical and economics-based, and it has been published in premier academic journals. Markov has a Ph.D. in business administration (major in accounting, minor in ?nance), an M.S. in applied economics from University of Roch- ester and an MBA from Georgetown University. Rajiv Mukherjee joins the Cox School of Business as an assistant professor of information, technology and operations management (ITOM). His research interest lies in the economics of information technology (IT) and delves primarily into competing technology network strategies and consumer dynamics in the presence of network externalities and reputation effects. He studies the implications of such strategies on adoption and diffusion of innovation in socially embedded technology platforms. Mukherjees recent study on the effect of big data on corporate performance was extensively covered by the media for its impact on the industry. Mukherjee earned his Ph.D. and M.S. in information, risk and operations management from the University of Texas at Austin. 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