Archive for June, 2013

  • Fall 2009 Awards

    Cohort Highlight: Small Grants Awarded to Social Scientists 2010 INFORMS Revenue Management and Pricing Conference Chris Anderson, Hotel Amr Farahat, JGSM Sheryl Kimes, Hotel Huseyin Topaloglu, Engineering International Seminar for […]

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  • Spring 2008 Awards

    Improving Distributed Collaboration by Understanding Interpersonal Attention Jeremy P. Birnholtz, Department of Communication Smoking Cessation Advertisements and Source Credibility Sahara Byrne, Department of Communication Alan Mathios, Department of Policy Analysis […]

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  • Fall 2008 Awards

    Testing the Two Systems Theory of Anomalous Preferences Daniel J. Benjamin, Department of Economics Sebastian A. Brown, Harvard Jesse M. Shapiro, University of Chicago Paying for Climate Change: The Role […]

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  • Spring 2007 Awards

    Cohort Highlight: Institute for the Social Sciences Awards 12 New Small Grants Expected Utility Theory Through the Lens of Insurance Data Levon Barseghyan, Department of Economics Cultural Bases & Biases […]

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  • Fall 2007 Awards

    Cohort Highlight: Social Scientists Receive Small Grant Awards Conference on Homogeneity and Heterogeneity in Public Opinion Peter Enns, Department of Government Christopher Wlezien, Department of Political Science, Temple University Risk […]

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  • Spring 2006 Awards

    Avoiding and Escaping Persistent Poverty Christopher B. Barrett, Department of Applied Economics and Management Evaluating an Employer-Supported Child Care Program: An Ecological Approach Moncrieff Cochran, Department of Human Development Rethinking […]

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  • Fall 2006 Awards

    Between the Lines: Contested Boundaries and the Fate of the Jews and Other Minorities in Eastern Europe during WWII Holly Case, Department of History Structures of Social Interaction in Language […]

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  • Fall 2005 Awards

    Democracy Promotion and Electoral Revolutions in Postcommunist Eurasia  Valerie Bunce, Department of Government (When) Should Knowledge Be Controlled? Knowledge Spillovers and Firms’ Innovation Behavior Aija Leiponen, Department of Applied Economics and […]

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  • ISS Small Grant Recipient Receives $680,000 NSF Award

    Jeffrey Hancock, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, and Faculty of Jeffrey Hancock, recently received a $680,000.00 grant from the National Science Foundation titled “The Dynamics of Digital Deception in Computer Mediated Environments.” […]

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  • Spring 2005 Awards

    Consumer Response to the Withdrawal of Prescription Drugs John Cawley, Department of Policy Analysis and Management Building a Sociology of Displacement Shelley Feldman, Department of Development Sociology Charles Geisler, Department […]

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