The Wisconsin School of Business Ph.D. programs have a rich tradition of training scholars who can both enhance the intellectual understanding of business theory and practice and effectively transmit this knowledge to other scholars, business professionals, and students.

Business Ph.D. Job Market Candidates

Business Ph.D. Job Market Candidates Department Dissertation Title/Topic Advisor
Douglas Bujakowski Actuarial Science, Risk Management and Insurance Willingness to Claim in Developing Economies: Evidence from China Joan Schmit
Matthew Kaufman Accounting and Information Systems The Role of Coordination and Communication in Maintenance of Firm-Spanning Strategic Processes – Evidence from Internal Audit Mark Covaleski
Keehyung Kim Operations and Information Management, Information Systems Exploring the Dynamics of Online User Behavior and IS Policy Implications Sung Kim
Rachel Martin Accounting and Information Systems How Uncertain are Investors About Uncertainty? The Impact of Executive Compensation Disclosures and Discretion on Investor Perceptions and Judgments Ella Mae Matsumura
Kara Obermire Accounting and Information Systems Audit Committee Members’ Social Identities and Corporate Governance Roles Karla Johnstone
Joseph Raffiee Management and Human Resources The Strategic Implications of Employee Mobility: Three Essays Russ Coff
Tiffany Trzebiatowski Management and Human Resources Is holding on dysfunctional? Organizational identity change and extra-role performance Mary Triana
Andrea Webb Marketing Textual Paralanguage Joann Peck
Yue Wu Finance, Investment and Banking Essays in Returns of Volatility Products Bjorn Eraker
Xiao Xiao Accounting and Information Systems Incentives to Lowball Expected Pension Contributions Terry Warfield