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- Leavey School of Business Faculty Directory
Four new instructors joined the ranks of tenure-track faculty in the Business School this year.
Dr. Seoyoung Kim joined the Finance department as an assistant professor. Formerly an assistant professor at the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University, Professor Kim’s expertise is in Empirical Corporate Finance with a focus on Corporate Governance and Executive Compensation. In one of her current projects she looks at how social networks among board members impacts their decisions.
Dr. Gangshu Cai, was previously an associate professor in the College of Business Administration at Kansas State University, and has joined the Operations Management and Information Systems (OMIS) department as an associate professor. Winner of the Outstanding Teaching Award at Kansas State, Gangshu is a highly prolific scholar with expertise in the area of supply chain management and the marketing-operations interface.
Tao Li became an assistant professor in the Operations Management and Information Systems (OMIS) department in the fall. He is currently completing his doctoral dissertation at the School of Management, University of Texas at Dallas. With a number of top-tier publications already under his belt, Tao is an expert in the area of supply chain management with a special emphasis on sourcing strategy.
Gonçalo Pina joined the Economics department as an assistant professor in September. He recently completed his doctoral dissertation in Economics at Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. Gonçalo’s main areas of study are international finance and macroeconomics, but he has broad ranging interests including behavioral economics, having co-authored a paper on the role of over-confidence in decision-making using evidence from a rule change in professional hockey.
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