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    • How will they fare on Judgement Day? Reputational Herding in Professional Communities 

      Oprea, Alexandra (2011-04-19)
      This paper presents a theoretical model of decision-making by professionals within the same field. The decision-makers consider reputation effects that result both from their relative actions and from the absolute outcomes. ...
    • Leaders, Perceptions, and Reputations for Resolve 

      Lupton, Danielle (2014)
      For scholars of international relations, reputation for resolve - the belief that an actor will stand firm in future disputes - has served as a seminal explanation for the outcome of interstate crises. Scholars studying ...
    • Reputation Cascades In Terrorism 

      Barnett, C. Quay (2010)
      This research analyzes one central question and two supporting questions. First, how do individual and group interactions influence aggregate behavior toward terrorism? Second, how does societal reputation impact support ...
    • Strong Horse or Paper Tiger? Assessing the Reputational Effects of War Fighting 

      Cochran, Kathryn McNabb (2011)
      This dissertation examines whether war has reputational consequences by analyzing the conditions under which third party actors are more or less likely to challenge combatants after the war is over. I develop a theory of ...
    • The Effect of Reputation Shocks to Rating Agencies on Corporate Disclosures 

      Sethuraman, Subramanian (2016)
      This paper explores the effect of credit rating agency’s (CRA) reputation on the discretionary disclosures of corporate bond issuers. Academics, practitioners, and regulators disagree on the informational role played by ...