Babson Faculty Research Fund Programs
Throughout the academic year, the BFRF sponsors programs to support its mission.
- The Research Chats feature faculty members who have completed research projects. The Chats offer a venue for faculty to share their research activities, serve as a forum for the exchange of research ideas, and, in general, promote research within the Babson community.
- Other programs feature speakers addressing research related topics and other topics of interest to the Babson community.
Upcoming Research Chat Programs
Noon to 1:15 PM – Needham Room, Olin Hall
Spring 2014 Chat Schedule
Faculty Research Chat - Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Fred Opie, History and Society
Faculty Research Chat - Thursday, February 13, 2014
Faculty Research Chat - Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Faculty Research Chat - Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Fall 2013 Chat Schedule
Salvatore Parise, TOIM, "Understanding the Impacts of Social Media Games in Organizations"
Megan Way, Economics, "Intergenerational Transfers During the Great Recession"
Matt Allen, Entrepreneurship, "Competitive Advantage in Family Business Governance: The Role of Relational Contract"
Gang Hu, Finance, "Institutional Investors and the Information Production Theory of Stock Splits"
Bradley George, Entrepreneurship, "When is it Rational to Not Be Rational? The Effects of Experience on the Rationality-Performance Relationship"
Virginia Radhemacher, Arts and Humanities, "Sex and the City: Detective Petra Delicado and Questions I Couldn't Help But Wonder"
Yunwei Gai, Economics, "Supply of Family Physicians and the Influenza Vaccination in the United States: Inidividual and Neighborhood Effects"
Ryan Davies, Finance, "Why has pinning on option expiration dates become more common?"
Sandra Graham, Arts and Humanities, "The Forgotten Songs of Sam Lucas"
Kankana Mukherjee, Economics, "Energy Efficiency in India's Energy Intensive Industries: A directional Distance functional Analysis"