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The Haring Symposium

The Albert Haring Symposium provides doctoral students from the Kelley School and other leading universities with a forum to present and discuss their research in a professional meeting environment.

Haring Symposium Schedule of Events

Friday, March 27, 2015

5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Welcome Reception
The Indiana Memorial Union, Federal Room
(light hors d’oeuvres and bar)

7:30 pm
Dinner Downtown Bloomington
per your reservation at one of the following restaurants
(responsible for own cost)

Amrit India (Indian)
124 North Walnut Street, 812-650-3812

The Dynasty (Asian Fusion/Szechuan)
113 South Grant Street, 812-333-8899

Farm (Local/Organic)
108 East Kirkwood Avenue, 812-323-0002 

Finch’s Brasserie (Mediterranean-American)
514 East Kirkwood Avenue, 812-333-2700

The Owlery (Vegan/Vegetarian)
118 West 6th Street, 812-333-7344

Saturday, March 28, 2015

8:00 am
Continental Breakfast
Hallway between rooms CG1050 and CG1056

8:30 am
Opening Remarks
Dr. H. Shanker Krishnan, Chairperson and Professor of Marketing
Whirlpool Faculty Fellow
Indiana University, Kelley School of Business
Room CG1050

8:45 am – 9:25 am
Calendar Mindset: Scheduling Takes the Fun Out and Puts the Work In
Presenter: Gabriela Tonietto, Washington University in St. Louis
Discussant: Linda Hagen, University of Michigan
Room CG1050

Consuming Community
Presenter: Meredith R. Thomas, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Discussant: Daniel Zane, Ohio State University
Room CG1056

9:35 am – 10:15 am
Counting Your Seasonal Customers: Adding Time-Varying Covariates to Stochastic Customer Lifetime Value Models
Presenter: David Harman, University of Iowa
Discussant: Feng Wang, Michigan State University
Room CG1050

Attitudinal Ambivalence: Do Consumers Manage It?
Presenter: Amit S. Singh, Ohio State University
Discussant: Nicholas Olson, University of Minnesota
Room CG1056

10:25 am – 11:05 am
“Daddy, Let me Play on Your iPhone!”: Parental Attitudes toward Child-Targeted Mobile Applications and Advertising
Presenter: Elise Johansen Harvey, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Discussant: Robert Arias, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Room CG1050

Harbinger of Failure: Why Do They Signal Product Failure?
Presenter: Chaoqun Chen, Northwestern University
Discussant: Min Tian, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Room CG1056

11:15 am – 11:55 am
Understanding the Impact of Consumer-Retailer Relationship and
Information States for In-store Displays
Presenter: Yoonju Han, Indiana University
Discussant: Seoungwoo Lee, University of Maryland
Room CG1050

The Embodied Psychology of Time Limits:
How (In)Active Motion States Shape Intentions and Actions by a Deadline
Presenter: Duo Jiang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Discussant: Erin Percival Carter, University of Colorado Boulder
Room CG1056

12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Luncheon and Keynote Speaker
John G. Lynch, Jr., Ted Andersen Professor of Free Enterprise
Director, Center for Research on Consumer Financial Decision Making
University of Colorado Boulder, Leeds School of Business
Rooms CG0036

1:45 pm – 2:25 pm
Kicking Them While They’re Down: How to Exploit Competitor’s Product-Harm Crisis
Presenter: Seth Cockrell, Michigan State University
Discussant: Andrea Lynn Phillips, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Room CG1050

Beware of Dots: Cell Frequency Biases in the Interpretation of Scatterplots
Presenter: Julie L. Schiro, University of Colorado Boulder
Discussant: Mijung Park, Northwestern University
Room CG1056

2:35 pm – 3:15 pm
How Does Religion Affect Consumer Response to Brand Failure?
Presenter: Jamie D. Hyodo, Penn State
Discussant: Claire Heeryung Kim, Indiana University
Room CG1050

A Search Cost Model of Consideration Set Formation
Presenter: Mike Palazzolo, University of Michigan
Discussant: I-Hsuan Chiu, University of Iowa
Room CG1056

3:25 pm – 4:05 pm
WTA-WTP Disparity and Maximization-Minimization Mind-sets
Presenter: Tom Joonhwan Kim, University of Maryland
Discussant: Zhi Lu, Penn State
Room CG1050

Is It Really “Dumb” to be Dumber? Competitive Analysis of Hierarchically Strategic Firms
Presenter: Zuhui Xiao, University of Minnesota
Discussant: Yu-Hung Chen, Washington University in St. Louis
Room CG1056

4:15 pm – 5:15 pm
Haring-Sheth Distinguished Scholars
Fred Feinberg, Joseph Handleman Professor of Marketing and Professor of Statistics
University of Michigan, Ross School of Business

Sandy Jap, Professor of Marketing, Goizueta Term Chair
Emory Goizueta Business School
Room CG1050

5:15 pm - 5:30 pm
Awards meeting with all faculty
Room CG1034

6:00 pm
Informal Cocktail Hour
Indiana University Art Museum, 1133 East Seventh Street
Sculpture Terrace (1st floor in the event of inclement weather)
Entertainment provided by Daniel Duarte, Classical Guitarist, of the Jacobs School of Music

7:00 pm
Banquet Dinner
Indiana University Art Museum, 1133 East Seventh Street
3rd Floor
Entertainment provided by Chelsea Carlson, Harpist, of the Jacobs School of Music