School Adds 15 to Full-Time Faculty

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58 have been hired during the past four years

The Carey Business School added 15 research- and practice-track professors and lecturers to its full-time faculty for the start of the 2016-17 academic year, bringing the school’s total number of full-time faculty members to 88.

With these additions, the Carey Business School, established in 2007, has hired 58 full-time faculty members during the past four years – an increase of almost 200 percent in that period.

Dean Bernard T. Ferrari said, “We maintain a steadfast commitment to one of our school’s primary goals, which is to build a first-rate research and practice faculty that adds to the culture of knowledge creation and knowledge sharing for which Johns Hopkins, the first research university in the United States, is known.”

The new faculty members, seven in the research track and eight in the practice track, earned their doctorates and other advanced degrees at universities such as Stanford, Carnegie Mellon, Northwestern, Pennsylvania, Michigan, UCLA, George Washington, Michigan State, Pittsburgh, and Johns Hopkins.

In alphabetical order, the 15 new members of the Carey Business School’s full-time faculty are:

180x180-_0012_antwiYaa Akosa Antwi, assistant professor in the research track, PhD in applied economics and management from Carnegie Mellon University. Areas of expertise include health economics, public economics, applied microeconomics, and management and organization. Previously, Antwi was an assistant professor in the economics department at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.

180x180-_0011_alinaAlina Arefeva, assistant professor in the research track, PhD in economics from Stanford University. Areas of expertise include finance, macroeconomics, and real estate economics.

180x180-_0010_baiGe Bai, assistant professor in the practice track, PhD in accounting from Michigan State University. Areas of expertise include accounting issues related to governance and health care. Before coming to Carey, Bai was an assistant professor of accounting at Washington and Lee University.

180x180-_0009_arturo-balanaArturo Balana, senior lecturer in the practice track, DSc in operations research from George Washington University. Areas of expertise include investments, fixed income, corporate finance, and derivatives. Balana previously was on the part-time faculties of the Carey School and George Washington University.

180x180-_0008_chen-taoTao Chen, assistant professor in the practice track, PhD in marketing from Carnegie Mellon University. Areas of expertise include dynamic pricing and promotion strategy, technology products and services, and retailing. Before arriving at Carey, Chen was an assistant professor of marketing at the University of Maryland.

180x180-_0007_cheng-chenChen Cheng, assistant professor in the research track, PhD in managerial economics and strategy from Northwestern University. Areas of expertise include the economics of organizations and political economy.

Jemima Frimpong, assistant professor in the research track, PhD in management science and applied economics from the University of Pennsylvania. Areas of expertise include community programs and outreach, disparities/inequalities in health care, and health care management. She previously was an assistant professor of health policy and management at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.

180x180-_0003_kabir-duttaKabir Dutta, assistant professor in the practice track, PhD in financial engineering and risk management from the University of Pennsylvania. Areas of expertise include financial risk management, interest rates, and operational risk.

180x180-_0006_david-hollanderDavid Hollander, assistant professor in the practice track, LLM in intellectual property law from George Washington University. Areas of expertise include the legal aspects of intellectual property and international trade. Previously, he taught business law as a part-time faculty member at the Carey School.

180x180-_0005_jeff-hookeJeffrey Hooke, senior lecturer in the practice track, MBA from the University of Pennsylvania. Areas of expertise include corporate finance and investment banking. Hooke previously was a part-time lecturer at the New York Institute of Finance and the Carey School.

180x180-_0002_alexandra-klarenAlexandra Klaren, assistant professor in the practice track, PhD in communication and media studies from the University of Pittsburgh. Areas of expertise include business communication and law and ethics.

180x180-_0001_christopher-meyersChristopher Myers, assistant professor in the research track, PhD in business administration from the University of Michigan. Areas of expertise include management and organizations. Before coming to Carey, Myers was an assistant professor of business administration at Harvard University.

180x180-_0004_jaana-mJaana Myllyluoma, lecturer in the practice track, PhD in demography from Johns Hopkins University. Areas of expertise include business communications and leadership ethics. She previously taught at Carey part-time and directed research projects at the Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies.

180x180-usluSemih Uslu, assistant professor in the research track, PhD in economics from UCLA. Areas of expertise include asset pricing, market microstructure, and search theory.

180x180-_0000_xing-yiqingYiqing Xing, assistant professor in the research track, PhD in economics from Stanford University. Areas of expertise include microeconomics, social and economic networks, and experimental economics.

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