Oct 18, 2018 // A roundup of the latest business school news highlights Eesha Sharma who was recently named a Young Scholar by the Marketing Science Institute. The annual Young Scholar award recognizes a host of marketing professors MSI believes will be the leaders of the next generation of marketing academics.
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Oct 13, 2018 // Mentions Eesha Sharma, one of Marketing Science Institute’s Young Scholars for 2019. Each year, MSI recognizes 34 marketing scholars whom it believes will be the leaders of the next generation of marketing academics.
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Sep 14, 2018 // Highlights research by Eesha Sharma, associate professor of business administration, and coauthors Anna Paley and Stephanie Tully that finds consumers are reluctant to talk about their recent purchases when they’re feeling financially squeezed.
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Aug 01, 2018 // Quotes Eesha Sharma in an article about millennials’ relationship with credit cards. Sharma says there is a correlation between age and wealth that shapes what consumers look for in a credit card.
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Jun 08, 2018 // An article about how to curb overspending habits highlights research by Eesha Sharma and Stephanie M. Tully.
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Aug 22, 2017 // The one important factor that fundamentally shapes people’s decisions to borrow is the borrowing context. Eesha Sharma explains how depending on which context they’re in, people’s attitudes about what purchases they’re willing to borrow for drastically change.
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Jul 31, 2017 // Eesha Sharma discusses FOMO and borrowing to fund experiences, a focus of her recent research.
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Jul 22, 2017 // Recent research by Eesha Sharma about discretionary spending for experiences is applied to the Comic-Con International Festival. “It's really difficult to substitute this year's comic con with next year's comic con,” quips Sharma.
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Jul 12, 2017 // An article highlights new research by Eesha Sharma, associate professor of business administration, which finds that when consumers are deciding among optional purchases, they’re more likely to use credit to buy experiences. Sharma’s findings are counter to previous research.
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May 10, 2017 // Cites research by Punam Anand Keller and Eesha Sharma that examines how people think about and decide between opportunities to earn and save.
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Apr 25, 2017 // An opinion piece by Eesha Sharma about how financial constraints change individual behavior and decision making.
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Mar 26, 2017 // Daniel Feiler, assistant professor of business administration, and Eesha Sharma, assistant professor of business administration, are named two of Poets and Quants' 2017 Best 40 Under 40 Professors.
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Sep 27, 2016 // Quotes Eesha Sharma, assistant professor of business administration, about “analysis paralysis” when planning for retirement—too many choices and a lack of experience can cause people to delay decisions, therefore costing them even more time to save.
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Jun 20, 2016 // Eesha Sharma, assistant professor of business administration, is featured in an interview about how feeling poor can affect the way people spend and save, among other habits.
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Nov 20, 2015 // Features an interview with Eesha Sharma, assistant professor of business administration, around why retailers repeat the same Black Friday deals each year and whether the discounts are worth the hassle.
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Nov 26, 2013 // Cites research conducted by Eesha Sharma, assistant professor of business administration, about whether financial hardship changes how people respond to attractive products with limited availability.
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Oct 27, 2013 // Highlights research co-authored by Eesha Sharma, assistant professor of business administration, that found that individuals who feel financially deprived are more likely to commit a range of morally questionable behaviors.
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