Shawn Curley, PhD

Professor, Information and Decision Sciences Department, Carlson School of Management

Shawn Curley

Contact Info

curley@umn.edu

Office Phone 612-624-6546

Office Address:
3-388 Carlson School of Management

Mailing Address:
Information and Decision Sciences Department
321 19th Avenue S
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Professor, Information and Decision Sciences Department, Carlson School of Management

Affiliate Faculty, Institute for Health Informatics


PhD, University of Michigan, (Psychology, Mathematical), 1986

MA, University of Michigan, (Mathematics), 1981

AB, Dartmouth College, (Mathematics and Social Studies (cum laude)), 1979

Summary

Awards & Recognition

  • National Science Foundation Grant, SES - Decision, Risk & Management Science: Strategies, Performance, and Acceptability in the Dynamic, Competitive Environment of Continuous Combinatorial Auctions, 2010-2013
  • INFORMS Information Systems Society Design Science Research Award, with G Adomavicius, A Gupta, P Sanyal, "Continuous Combinatorial Auction.", 2011
  • Adomavicius G, Curley SP, Gupta A. (2007). Impact of information feedback on bid characteristics in continuous combinatorial auctions. Workshop on Information Technology and Systems (WITS), Montreal, Canada. Nominated for Best Paper Award, 2007
  • John Castellan Service Award, Society for Judgment and Decision Making, 2000

Research

Research Summary/Interests

Decision and judgment processes under uncertainty, belief processing, ethical decision making, behavior in combinatorial multi-item actions, subjective forecasting, use of personalization technology systems

Publications

  • Adomavicius G, Curley SP, Gupta A, Sanyal P. (2012). Effect of information feedback on bidder behavior in continuous combinatorial auctions. Management Science, 58(4), 811-830.
  • Zamoon S & Curley SP. (2008). Ripped from the headlines: What can the popular press teach us about software piracy? Journal of Business Ethics, 83(3), 515-533.
  • Curley SP. (2008). Subjective probability. In E Melnick & B Everitt (eds.), Encyclopedia of Quantitative Risk Analysis and Assessment (pp. 1724-1734). Chichester, England: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Curley SP, Browne GJ, Smith GF & Benson PG. (1995). Arguments in the practical reasoning underlying constructed probability responses. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 8, 1-20.