George Ball

Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship and Weimer Faculty Fellow at Indiana University Kelley School of Business
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George leverages econometric techniques and empirical data to deepen understanding of product recalls and their organizational, operational and behavioral causes. His specific focus was on lean manufacturing improvements. He was also responsible for managing European logistics and warehousing for cardiac medical devices.

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  • The implication is that auto firms are either consciously or unconsciously delaying recall announcements until they are able to hide in the herd. By doing this, they experience a significantly reduced stock penalty from their recall.

    16 May 2021
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