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    2014

    Matt Isaac's (Assistant Professor of Marketing) paper, “Capturing Consumer Experiences: A Context-Specific Approach to Measuring Engagement,” co-authored with Bobby J. Calder and Edward C. Malthouse (Northwestern University), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Advertising Research.

    Katie Fitzpatrick (Assistant Professor of Economics) has had two articles accepted for publication. The first is, “Does Banking the Unbanked Help Families Save?” accepted for publication in the Journal of Consumer Affairs. The second, “Food on the Fringe: Food Insecurity and the Use of Payday Loans,” has been accepted for publication in Social Service Review.

    James Lee (Genevieve Albers Visiting Fellow, Management), Ben Kim (Professor of Management), and Peter Raven's (Professor of Marketing) article, ”Cloud Computing: Enterprise 2.0,” has been published in Issues in Information Systems

    Katya Emm (Assistant Professor of Finance) and Ruben Trevino's (Associate Professor of Finance) paper, “The Changing Risk-Return Characteristics of Value and Growth Investing,” has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Financial Planning.

    Claus Pörtner's (Assistant Professor of Economics) article, “Effects of Parental Absence on Child Labor and School Attendance in the Philippines,” has been accepted for publication in the Review of Economics of the Household.

    Gareth Green's (Associate Professor of Economics) article, "Environmental Choices and Hyperbolic Discounting: An Experimental Analysis,” co-authored with Timothy J. Richards (Arizona State University), has been accepted for publication in Environmental and Resource Economics.

    Brian Kelly (Assistant Professor of Economics), Dean Peterson (Associate Professor of Economics), and Gareth Green's (Associate Professor of Economics) article, “Using Integrative Graphic Assignments to Promote Deep Learning of the Market Mechanism,” co-authored with John Bean (Department of English), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Economic Education. 

    Katya Emm's (Assistant Professor of Finance) paper, “Intra-Industry Diversification and Firm Efficiency: A Study of the U.S. Insurance Industry,” has been accepted for publication in The International Review of Accounting, Banking, and Finance

    Quan Le's (Associate Professor of Economics) paper, “The Impact of an Integrated Microcredit Program on the Empowerment of Women and Gender Equality in Rural Vietnam,” co-authored with Katherine Dineen, has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Developing Areas. Dineen graduated from SU with a degree in Public Affairs and now works for AmeriCorps. The study grew out of her work in the International Development Internship Program.

    Brian Kelly's (Assistant Professor of Economics) article, “Product Heterogeneity and Cost Allocations in Contingent Trade Protection,” has been accepted for publication in The World Economy.

    Marc Cohen's (Associate Professor of Business Ethics) paper, “Transcendence and Salvation in Levinas’s Time and the Other and Totality and Infinity,” has been accepted for publication in Levinas Studies.

    Al Ansari's (Professor of Marketing) paper, “The Impact of Technology Transfer from Foreign Direct Investment in Developing Nations: A Case Study in the United Arab Emirates,” co-authored with Batoul Modarress and Emil Thies (both at Zayed University), has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Economics and Finance.

    Tina Zamora's (Assistant Professor of Accounting) paper, “The Role of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Assurance in Investors’ Judgments When Managerial Pay is Explicitly Tied to CSR Performance,” co-authored with Helen Brown-Liburd ( Rutgers University), has been accepted for publication in Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory.

    Bonnie Buchanan (Associate Professor of Finance) and Peter Brous's (Professor of Finance) paper, "Valuing "Raise Your Rate" Certificates of Deposit,” co-authored with Albers alum Tony Orcutt, has been accepted for publication in Managerial Finance.

    Collette Hoption's (Assistant Professor of Management) paper, "Learning and Developing Followership," has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Leadership Education.

    Carl Obermiller (Professor of Marketing) and April Atwood's (Senior Instructor of Marketing) paper, “Measuring Sustainability Literacy:  Scale Development,” has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Jesuit Business Education.

     Matt Isaac's (Assistant Professor of Marketing) paper, "Judging a Part by the Size of its Whole: The Category Size Bias in Probability Judgments," co-authored with Aaron Brough (Utah State), was accepted for publication by the Journal of Consumer Research.  

    Jot Yau (Professor of Finance) has had three articles accepted for publication:
    • "A Leader of the World Commodity Futures Markets in the Making? The Case of China's Commodity Futures,” with H.-G. Fung and Y. Tse (University of Missouri, St. Louis), and L. Zhao (Elon University), accepted for publication in the International Review of Financial Analysis.
    • "Offshore Renminbi-Denominated Bonds: Dim Sum Bonds,” with H.-G. Fung (University of Missouri, St. Louis) and D. Tzau (Rainier Investment Management and Albers MSF alum), accepted by The Chinese Economy.
    • "The Dim Sum Bond Market and its Role in the Internationalization of the Renminbi,” with H.-G. Fung (University of Missouri, St. Louis), accepted for publication in the European Financial Review

    Peter Raven (Professor of Marketing) and Quan Le's (Associate Professor of Economics) paper, “Woman Entrepreneurship in Rural Vietnam: Success and Motivation Factors,” has been accepted for publication in The Journal of Developing Areas.

    Eunice Rhee's (Assistant Professor of Management) paper, “Framing Controversial Actions: Regulatory Focus, Source Credibility, and Stock Market Reaction to Poison Pill Adoption,” co-authored with Peer Fiss (University of Southern California), has been accepted for publication in the Academy of Management Journal.

    Sarah Bee's (Senior Lecturer in Accounting) case, “Using Peachtree Software to Increase Your Knowledge of the Revenue and Expenditure Cycles,” co-authored with David Hayes (James Madison University), has been accepted for publication in Compendium of Classroom Cases, published by the American Accounting Association.

    Peter Raven's (Professor of Marketing) article, “Microenterprises in Malaysia: A Preliminary Study of Factors for Management Success,” co-authored with Mark Munoz (Millikin University), Dianne Welsh (UNC-Greensboro), and Sow Hup Chan (University of Macau), has been accepted for publication by the International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal.

    David Arnesen (Professor of Business Law) and Bill Weis's (Professor of Management) article, “Did the US Supreme Court Decision in Koontz Threaten Rational Regulation or Provide Greater Stability for Real Estate Development?” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Law, Business, and Ethics. 

    Brian Kelly's (Assistant Professor of Economics) article, “Market Economies and Concurrent Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Remedies,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of International Economic Law.

    2013

    Gail Lasprogata's (Associate Professor of Business Law) article, “Values Change for Survival,” has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Law, Business, and Ethics.

    Bonnie Buchanan's (Associate Professor of Finance) article, "Improving International Students’ Understanding of Local Culture and Financial Institutions: A Service Learning Application," has been accepted for publication by the Journal of International Education in Business.

    Marc Cohen's (Assistant Professor of Business Ethics) paper, “Genuine, non-calculative trust with calculative antecedents: Reconsidering Williamson on trust,” has been accepted by the Journal of Trust Research for a special issue on Calculativeness and Trust. 

    Cathy Cao's (Assistant Professor of Finance) article, "Underwriter Reputation and Pricing of Risk: Evidence from Seasoned Equity Offerings," co-authored with Chongyang Chen (UT Dallas) and Joyce Qian Wang (Kean University), has been accepted for publication in the Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting

    Stacey Jones' (Senior Lecturer in Economics) textbook, Understanding Business Statistics, co-authored with Ned Freed (University of Portland) and Tim Bergquist (Northwest Christian University), has just been released by Wiley Publishers. 

    Tina Zamora's (Assistant Professor of Accounting) article, “Contextual and Individual Dimensions of Taxpayer Decision Making, co-authored with Jeff Cohen and Gil Manzon (both at Boston College), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Ethics.  

    Katie Fitzpatrick's (Assistant Professor of Economics) article, “The Effect of Bank Account Ownership on Credit and Consumption: Evidence from the United Kingdom,” has been accepted for publication in the Southern Economic Journal.

    Claus Portner's (Assistant Professor of  Economics) paper, “High School Dropouts and Sexually Transmitted Diseases," co-authored with Mark Anderson (Montana State), has been accepted for publication in the Southern Economic Journal.

    Terry Foster's (Associate Professor of Business Law) paper, “Navigating through the Fog of Cloud Computing Contracts,” has been accepted for publication in The Journal of Information Technology & Privacy Law.  

    Matt Isaac's (Assistant Professor of Marketing) article, "The Top-Ten Effect: Consumers’ Subjective Categorization of Ranked Lists," co-authored with Robert Schindler (Rutgers), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Consumer Research.

    Al Ansari (Professor of Operations Management) and Diane Lockwood's (Professor Emerita) article, “Emiratization: From Policy to Implementation,” co-authored with Batoul Modarress (Zayed University), has been published in the International Journal of Human Resources Development and Management.

    Katya Emm (Assistant Professor of Finance) and Vinay Datar's (Professor of Finance) paper, “Demystifying Free Cash Flow Valuation,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Economics and Finance Education.

    Bonnie Buchanan (Associate Professor of Finance), Chips Chipalkatti (Professor of Accounting), and Bruce Koch's (Professor of Accounting) article, "Enhancing Value in IT Services Off-shoring: Real Options Matter," co-authored with Jonathan Doh (Villanova), has been accepted for publication in the Asia-Pacific Journal of Risk and Insurance.  

    Brian Kelly's (Assistant Professor of Economics) article, “The Pass-Through of Subsidies to Price,” has been accepted for publication by the Journal of World Trade.

    John Dienhart (Professor of Business Ethics) has co-authored “Encouraging Employee Reporting through Procedural Justice,” a report recently published by the Ethics Resource Center. Co-authors included Tom Tyler (Yale), Celia Gonzalez (Harvard), Debra Shapiro (Maryland), and Linda Trevino (Penn State).

    Bridget Hiedemann's (Associate Professor of Economics) article, “Increased Risks of Needing Long-Term Care Among Older Adults Living with Same-Sex Partners, co-authored with Lisa Brodoff in the School of Law, has been accepted for publication in the American Journal of Public Health.

    Sharon Lobel's (Professor of Management) her article, “Predicting organizational responsiveness to poverty: Exploratory model and application to Brazil and the United States,” has been accepted for publication in a special issue of the European Management Journal on "National Context in Work-Life Research."

    Harriet Stephenson (Professor of Management) and Leo Simpson's (Professor of Management) article, “Using Adjunct Faculty to Teach Entrepreneurship at an AACSB-Accredited Business Program: Synergies and Opportunities,” co-authored with Kirk Heriot (Columbus State), has been published in the Small Business Institute Journal.  

    James Lee's (Genevieve Albers Visiting Fellow) paper, “The Effect of Business Characteristics and ERP Implementation on Business Outcomes: An Exploratory Study of Korean Manufacturing Firms," co-authored with Pairin Katerattanakul (Western Michigan) and Soongoo Hong (Dong-A University, Korea), was accepted for publication in Management Research Review.

    Greg Magnan's (Professor of Operations Management) paper, “Trust and Relational Embeddedness: Exploring a Paradox of Trust Pattern Development in Key Supplier Relationships,” co-authored with Marc Day (University of Reading), Stanley Fawcett (Weber State), and Amydee Fawcett (Arkansas), has been published in Industrial Marketing Management.

    Madhu Rao's (Associate Professor of Management) book chapter, “Collaboration in Global Intra-Organizational Systems Development,” will appear in Global Sourcing of Services, published by the IDEA group.  

    Vidya Awasthi (Associate Professor of Accounting), Carlos Mello-e-Souza (Associate Professor of Accounting), and Chips Chipalkatti's (Professor of Accounting) paper, “Selecting a Free Cash Flow Metric that Matters: Accuracy, Bias, and Ability to Predict Value," has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Applied Finance.

    Peter Raven's (Professor of Marketing) paper, "Microenterprise performance and micro-enterprise zones (MEZOs) in China", co-authored with Dianne Welsh (North Carolina Greensboro), J. Mark Munoz (Milliken University), and Shengliang Deng (Brock University), has been accepted for publication in Management Decision.

    Matt Isaac's (Assistant Professor of Marketing) paper, “Taking the Customer’s Point-of-View: Engagement or Satisfaction?” co-authored with Bobby J. Calder and Edward C. Malthouse (both at Northwestern) was accepted for publication in the Marketing Science Institute (MSI) Working Paper Series. MSI is an organization that bridges academic research and marketing practice. Working paper submissions are evaluated by a review committee, and accepted papers are published online and later consolidated into annual volumes, called MSI Reports. 

    2012

    Marc Cohen's (Assistant Professor of Business Ethics) article, “Empathy in Business Ethics Education,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Ethics Education.

    James Lee (Genevieve Albers Visiting Fellow) and Ben Kim's (Professor of Management) article, “The Semiotic Structures of Information Systems,” co-authored with Bandula Jayatilaka (SUNY Binghamton) and Pairin Katerattanakul (Western Michigan), has been published in Issues in Information Systems.  

    Matt Isaac's (Assistant Professor of Marketing) article, “For Sale by Owner for Less than it is Worth,” co-authored with Aaron Brough (Pepperdine University), has been published in the Graziadio Business Review. Read it here. 

    Marc Cohen (Assistant Professor Business Ethics) and John Dienhart's (Professor of Business Ethics) chapter on “Citizens, Kant and Corporate Responsibility for the Environment," will be published in Kantian Business Ethics: Critical Perspectives, edited by Denis G. Arnold and Jared D. Harris, and is to be published by Edward Elgar.

    Madhu Rao's (Associate Professor of Management) paper, “Control and Coordination of Information Systems in Multinational Corporations: An Empirical Examination of Subsidiary and Host Country Factors,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Global Information Technology Management

    Greg Prussia's (Professor of Management) article, “Development and Validation of the Performance Management Behavior Questionnaire,” co-authored with Angelo Kinicki (Arizona State), Suzanne Peterson (Arizona State), and Kathryn Jacobson (University of New Mexico), has been accepted for publication in Personnel Psychology.

    Colette Hoption's (Assistant Professor of Management) article, “Submitting to the Follower Label: Followership, Positive Affect and Extra-Role Behaviors,” co-authored with Amy Christie (Wilfred Laurier) and Julian Barling (Queens), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Psychology.

    Peter Raven's (Professor of Marketing) article, “The Entrepreneurial Orientation of Family Microenterprises in Malaysia,” co-authored with Dianne Welsh (North Carolina Greensboro), Mark Munoz (Millikin), and Sow Hup Chan (University of Macau), has been published in International Business: Research, Teaching, and Practice.

    Bill Weis's (Professor of Management) article, “Hypocrisy at The Lectern: Do Our Personal Lifestyle Choices Reflect Our Spoken Commitment to Global Sustainability? ,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Management for Global Sustainability. The JMGS is a new journal sponsored by the International Association of Jesuit Business Schools and housed at Ateneo de Manila University. 

    John Dienhart (Professor of Business Ethics) published an op-ed in the June 2nd edition of the Seattle Times, “Greed is Just a Clue about the Real Problem.” Read it here

    Marilyn Gist's (Associate Dean of Graduate Programs and Executive Director of the Center for Leadership Formation) article, “Self Efficacy,” co-authored with Angela Gist, has been accepted for publication in the forthcoming edition of the Oxford Bibliographies in Management.

    Jessica Ludescher's (Assistant Professor of Business Ethics) paper, "The Sustainable Body: Ecological Self-leadership as a Basis for Sustainable Development," has been accepted for publication in The International Journal of Sustainability Policy and Practice.

    Peter Raven (Professor of Marketing) and Quan Le's (Associate Professor of Economics) paper, “International Service Learning and Short-Term Business Study Abroad Programs: A Case Study," co-authored with Albers grad student Stanley Chen, has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Education for Business.  

    Marinilka Kimbro's (Visiting Assistant Professor of Accounting) paper, “Does Voluntary Corporate Citizenship Pay? An Examination of the UN Global Compact,” published in International Journal of Accounting and Information Management, has been chosen as a Highly Commended Award Winner at the Literati Network Awards for Excellence in 2012.

    Tina Zamora's (Assistant Professor of Accounting) article, “One Laptop per Child: The $100 Challenge,” co-authored with Andrea Roberts (University of Virginia), has been accepted for publication in Issues in Accounting Education.

    Fiona Robertson (Associate Professor of Finance) and Bonnie Buchanan's (Assistant Professor of Finance) article, “The Economics of Sallie Mae,” co-authored with Tom Arnold (Richmond), has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Structured Finance

    Carl Obermiller's (Professor of Marketing) article, “Process Evidence for the Question-Behavior Effect: Influencing Socially Normative Behaviors," co-authored with Eric Spangenberg, David Sprott, Ronn Smith (all at WSU), and Anthony Greenwald (UW), has been accepted for publication in Social Influence

    Jessica Ludescher's (Assistant Professor of Business Ethics) article, ““Caritas in Veritate: Promises and Challenges of the Catholic Contribution to Sustainability,” has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Catholic Social Thought.

    Matt Isaac's (Assistant Professor of Marketing) article, "Finding a Home for Products We Love: How Buyer Usage Intent Affects the Pricing of Used Goods," with Aaron Brough (Pepperdine) has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Marketing.

    Bonnie Buchanan's (Assistant Professor of Finance) her article, “Shareholder Proposal Rules and Practices: Evidence from a Comparison of the US and UK,” with Jeffry Netter (Georgia), Annette Poulsen (Georgia), and Tina Yang (Villanova), has been accepted for publication in the American Business Law Journal.

    Greg Prussia (Professor of Management) had a portfolio of three articles in the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies and one article in Business and Society Review published during 2011. 
     
    Chips Chipalkatti's (Professor of Accounting) article, “Estimating Marketability Discounts: A Comparison Between Bid-Ask Spreads and Longstaff's Upper Bound," co-authored with Carl Luft, (De Paul University), Craig Levine (McGladrey & Pullen), and Lummezen Mondal (McGladrey & Pullen), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Applied Finance.

    Susan Weihrich (Associate Dean, Professor of Accounting), Teresa Ling (Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Programs, Senior Lecturer of Economics), and Joe Phillips's (Dean, Professor of Economics) paper, “Online Teaching Evaluations vs. In-Class Paper Teaching Evaluations: A Paired Comparison,” has been accepted for publication by the Journal of the Academy of Business Education.  

    Dino Falaschetti's (Gleed Chair) article, "A Sex Difference in Risk Taking and Promotions in Hierarchies: Evidence from Females in Legislatures," has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Law and Economics.

    Bonnie Buchanan's (Assistant Professor of Finance) article, “Shareholder Proposal Rules and Practices: Evidence from a Comparison of the US and UK,” with Jeffry Netter (Georgia), Annette Poulsen (Georgia), and Tina Yang (Villanova), has been accepted for publication in the American Business Law Journal.  

    Bonnie Buchanan's (Assistant Professor of Finance) article, "How Much Value within Foreign Direct Investment Can a Government Destroy?" co-authored with Tom Arnold (University of Richmond), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Wealth Management.

    Carl Obermiller (Professor of Marketing), David Arnesen (Professor of Business Law), and Marc Cohen's (Assistant Professor of Business Ethics) article, “Customized Pricing: Win-Win or End Run?” has been accepted for publication in the Drake Management Review.

    Marc Cohen's (Assistant Professor of Business Ethics) article, "Moral and amoral conceptions of trust, with an application in organizational ethics," has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Business Ethics.   

    2011

    Meena Rishi's (Associate Professor of Economics) article, “Promoting Entrepreneurship to Alleviate Poverty in India: An Overview of Government Schemes, Private-Sector Programs, and Initiatives in the Citizens’ Sector,” has been accepted for publication in the Thunderbird International Business Review. It was co-authored with G. Goel (Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology in Allahabad, India) and recent Albers graduate, Samantha Galvin.

    Katya Emm (Assistant Professor of Finance) and Vinay Datar's (Professor of Finance) article, "Going public through the back door: A comparative analysis of SPACs and IPOs," co-authored with Ufuk Ince, has been accepted for publication in the Banking and Finance Review.

    Sharon Lobel (Professor of Management) and Marilyn Gist's (Executive Director of the Center for Leadership Formation) article, “Dual-Agenda Leadership Formation: Pedagogy Design and Impact in a Leadership Executive MBA,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Corporate Citizenship.

    Tina Zamora's (Assistant Professor of Accounting) paper, “Using a Social Enterprise Service-Learning Strategy in an Introductory Management Accounting Course,” has been accepted for publication in Issues in Accounting Education.

    Terry Foster's (Assistant Professor of Business Law) paper, “Legal Issues of Online Social Networks and the Workplace,” co-authored with Christopher Greene (MBA/JD alum), has been accepted for publication in The Journal of Law, Business and Ethics.

    Rubina Mahsud's (Assistant Professor of Management) article "An Improved Measure of Ethical Leadership,” co-authored with Gary Yukl (SUNY-Albany), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.

    Colette Hoption's (Assistant Professor of Management) paper, “It’s Not You, It’s Me: Transformational Leadership and Self-deprecating Humor,” co-authored with Julian Barling (Queen's University) and Nick Turner (University of Manitoba), has been accepted for publication in the Leadership and Organizational Development Journal.

    Katya Emm's (Assistant Professor of Finance) article, "Systemic Risk and Competition in OTC Derivatives Dealing: Evidence from Client Failures," co-authored with Ufuk Ince, has been accepted for publication in Managerial Finance.

    Bonnie Buchanan (Assistant Professor of Finance), Meena Rishi (Associate Professor of Economics), and Quan Le's (Associate Professor of Economics) paper, "Foreign Direct Investment and Institutional Quality: Some Empirical Evidence," has been accepted for publication in the International Review of Financial Analysis.

    Susan Weihrich (Associate Dean), Mary Carpenter (Assistant Dean of Graduate Programs), and Bryan Ruppert's (Senior Lecturer of Business Communications) article, “Identifying Need and Measuring Improvement in MBA Writing,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of the Academy of Business Education.

    Meena Rishi (Associate Professor of Economics) and Chips Chipalkatti's (Professor of Accounting) paper, “Institutional quality, knowledge spillovers and entrepreneurship," co-authored with Jonathan Doh (Villanova), has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Economic Policy in Emerging Economies.

    Marinilka Kimbro's (Visiting Assistant Professor of Accounting) paper, “Interaction of management accounting information systems and logistics functions: A case of a developing county – Vietnam,” co-authored with Michele Pomberg (Southern Illinois), Hamid Pourjalali (Hawaii-Manoa), and Shirley Daniel (Hawaii–Manoa), has been accepted for publication in the Asia Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics. A second paper, “Does voluntary corporate citizenship pay? An examination of the United Nation’s Global Compact,” co-authored with Zhiyan Cao (UW-Tacoma), has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Accounting & Information Management.

    Rex Toh (Professor of Marketing), Peter Raven (Professor of Marketing), and Fred DeKay's (Associate Professor of Economics) article, “Auctions of Hotel Rooms and Airline Seats," has been accepted for publication in Tourism Analysis.

    Jessica Ludescher (Assistant Professor of Business Ethics), Rubina Mahsud (Assistant Professor of Management), and Greg Prussia's (Professor of Management) paper, “We Are the Corporation: Distributed CSR,” has been accepted for publication in Business and Society Review.

    Bill Weis (Professor of Management) and David Arnesen's (Professor of Business Law) article, “Thriving as a City in Year 2020: A Model for Urban Vitality,” has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Business and Social Science. 

    Rex Toh (Professor of Marketing), Peter Raven (Professor of Marketing), and Fred DeKay's (Associate Professor of Economics) article, “Travel Planning: Searching for and Booking Airline Seats on the Internet,” has been accepted for publication in the Transportation Journal.

    Bryan Ruppert (Senior Lecturer of Business Communications), April Atwood (Lecturer of Marketing), and Carl Obermiller's (Professor of Marketing) article, "Instructor credibility across disciplines: Identifying students' differentiated expectations of instructor behaviors," has been accepted for publication in Business Communication Quarterly. 

    David Reid's (Professor of Management) article, “China: The Elephant in Every Room” will be published in the inaugural edition of the SIU Journal of Management.

    Bonnie Buchanan (Assistant Professor of Finance) has had two book chapters published in, Capital Budgeting Valuation: Financial Analysis for Today’s Investment Projects, edited by Kent Baker. The chapters, co-authored with Tom Arnold (University of Richmond), are, “Real Options Analysis: An Introduction,” and “Application of Real Options Analysis.”  

    David Reid's (Professor of Management) article, "A Study of Chinese Street Vendors: How They Operate," co-authored with Eugene Fram (Rochester Institute of Technology) and Chi Guotai (Dalian University of Technology), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Asia-Pacific Business.

    Quan Le's (Associate Professor of Economics) paper, “Infectious Diseases and Interpersonal Trust: International Evidence,” co-authored with undergraduate student Diego Gonzalez-Medina, has been published in the journal, Health.

    Brian Kelly's (Assistant Professor of Economics) paper, "The Offsetting Duty Norm and the Simultaneous Application of Countervailing and Antidumping Duties," has been accepted for publication in the Global Economy Journal.

    Jessica Ludescher's (Assistant Professor of Business Ethics) paper, “Sustainable Development and the Destruction of the Amazon: A Call for Universal Responsibility,” has been accepted for publication in Environmental Ethics.

    Leo Simpson's (Professor of Management) article, "Students' Perceptions of Ethical Behavior--A Comparison of Attitudes Towards Entrepreneurs and Traditional Business Managers", co-authored with John Batchelor (Virginia Commonwealth), Michael Harris and Shanan Gibson (East Carolina University), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship. 

    Rex Toh (Professor of Marketing), Fred Dekay (Associate Professor of Economics), and Peter Raven's (Professor of Marketing) article, "Travel Planning: Searching for and Booking Hotels on the Internet," has been accepted for publication in the Cornell Hospitality Quarterly.  

    Quan Le (Associate Professor of Economics) co-authored a book chapter, “A Study on Dioxin Contamination in Herbicide Sprayed Area in Vietnam by GIS,” which appears in Herbicides and Environment, edited by Andreas Kortekamp and published by InTech. 

    Eric Wehrly’s (Visiting Assistant Professor of Finance) article, “The effects of insider trading restrictions: Evidence from historical dividend initiations and omissions”, co-authored with Joseph Tanimura (San Diego State), has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Financial Research.

    Jot Yau’s (Professor of Finance) article, “The Impact of Sovereign Risk on Bond Duration: Evidence from Asian Sovereign Bond Markets,” co-authored with Hei-Wai Lee and Yan Alice Xie (Michigan-Dearborn), has been accepted for publication in the International Review of Economics and Finance.

    Rubiná Mahsud (Assistant Professor of Management) and Greg Prussia’s (Professor of Management) article, "Human Capital, Efficiency, and Innovative Adaptation as Strategic Determinants of Firm Performance," co-authored with Gary Yukl (SUNY-Albany) has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.

    Meena Rishi (Associate Professor of Economics), Chips Chipalkatti (Professor of Accounting), and Bruce Koch's (Professor of Accounting) paper, " Offshore Outsourcing, Political Risk, and Democratic Institutions”, has been accepted for publication in the South Asia Economic Journal.

    Tina Zamora's (Assistant Professor of Accounting) article, “Does Greater Risk-Bearing in Stock Option Compensation Reduce the Influence of Problem Framing on Managerial Risk-Taking Behavior?” co-authored with Kim Sawers (Seattle Pacific) and Arnold Wright (Northeastern), has been accepted for publication in Behavioral Research in Accounting.

    Peter Raven (Professor of Marketing), Rex Toh (Professor of Marketing), and Fred DeKay's (Associate Professor of Economics) article, entitled, "When and Where to Buy Airline Seats on Third Party Websites," has been accepted for publication in Tourism Analysis.

    2010

    Terry Foster's (Assistant Professor of Business Law) article, “Assessment Procedures for Skills-Based MBA Courses Adapted from the US Army ROTC Leadership Development Program,” co-authored with Eric Farquharson (SU Military Science Department), has been accepted for publication in the Negotiation Journal.

    Marc Cohen's (Assistant Professor of Business Ethics) article, “The Narrow Application of Rawls in Business Ethics: A Political Conception of Both Stakeholder Theory and the Morality of Markets,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Ethics.

    Gail Lasprogata's (Associate Professor of Business Law) article, "Leading the Way to a Better Tomorrow: Best Practices for Creative Collaboration by Cross-Sector Partnerships," co-authored with Marya Cotton (CUNY), has been accepted for publication by the University of Pennsylvania School of Law's Journal of Law and Social Change. 

    John Dienhart (Professor of Business Ethics) and Jessica Ludescher's (Assistant Professor of Business Ethics) article, “Sustainability, Collaboration, and Governance: A Harbinger of Institutional Change?” has been accepted for publication in Business and Society Review

    Stacey Jones (Senior Lecturer of Economics) and Bridget Hiedemann's (Associate Professor of Economics) article, “Learning Statistics at the Farmers Market? A Comparison of Academic Service Learning and Case Studies in an Introductory Statistics Course,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Statistics Education

    Bonnie Buchanan's (Assistant Professor of Finance) paper, “Emerging Market Benefits, Investability, and the Rule of Law,” co-authored with Phil English (American) and Rachel Gordon (Drexel), has been accepted for publication in the Emerging Markets Review

    Jot Yau's (Professor of Finance) paper, "Reported trade figure discrepancy, regulatory arbitrage, and round-tripping: Evidence from the China–Hong Kong trade data," co-authored with Hung-Gay Fung and Gaiyan Zhang (Missouri -- St. Louis), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of International Business Studies. 

    Bonnie Buchanan's (Assistant Professor of Finance) article, "The Advantages of Using Quarterly Returns for Long-Term Event Studies," co-authored with Phil English (American University) and Ron Bremer (Texas Tech), has been accepted for publication in the Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting.

    John Dienhart's (Professor of Ethics) essay, “Sustainability, Cross-Sector Collaboration, Institutions, and Governance,” will be published in the 20th Anniversary issue of the Business Ethics Quarterly.

    Carl Obermiller's (Professor of Marketing) article, "The Effects of Advertisement Picture Likeability on Information Search and Brand Choice," co-authored with Alan Sawyer (University of Florida), has been accepted for publication in Marketing Letters.

    Carl Obermiller's (Professor of Marketing) article, "Consumer Perception of Taboo in Ads," co-authored with Ouidade Zaaraoui (University of Paris), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Research.

    Al Ansari's (Professor of Operations) article, “Challenges of Outsourcing Logistics to Third-Party Providers,” has been accepted for publication by the International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management.

    Greg Magnan's (Associate Professor of Operations Management) paper, “Benchmarking the viability of SCM for entrepreneurial business model design,” published in Benchmarking: An International Journal, has been chosen to receive an Outstanding Paper Award Winner at the Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2010.

    Jot Yau (Professor of Finance), along with Hung-Gay Fung (University of Missouri at St. Louis) and Albers MBA alumna Sheryl Law (Peregreen Group LLC), co-authored a book entitled, "Socially Responsible Investment in a Global Environment," to be published by Edward Elgar.

    Ruben Trevino (Associate Professor of Finance) and Barb Yates's (Professor of Economics) article, “Treasury Bills and Inflation,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Financial Planning.

    James Lee (Genevieve Albers Visiting Fellow) and Ben Kim's (Professor of E-Commerce and Information Systems) paper, "The Semiotic Structures of Information Systems,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Communication and Computer.

    Dino Falaschetti's (Gleed Chair) article, "Auditor Independence and the Quality of Information in Financial Disclosures," was just published by the American Law and Economics Review.

    Rubina Mahsud's (Assistant Professor of Management) article, "Why Flexible, Adaptive Leadership is Essential," co-authored with Gary Yukl (SUNY-Albany), has been accepted for publication in a special issue of the Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research. 

    Teresa Ling (Assistant Dean and Senior Lecturer of Economics) and David Carrithers (Senior Lecturer of Finance), along with John Bean from the Department of English, have been selected to receive the 2010 McGraw-Hill – Magna Publications Scholarly Work on Teaching and Learning Award. The award is for their article, “Messy Problems and Lay Audiences: Teaching Critical Thinking within the Finance Curriculum,” which appeared in Business Communication Quarterly. The award will be presented on May 22nd, at the Teaching Professor Conference in Cambridge, MA.

    Meena Rishi (Associate Professor of Economics) and Quan Le's (Assistant Professor of Economics) article, “Examining the Dimensions of Governance that are Relevant for Private Investment,” has been accepted for publication in Business and Economic Horizons.

    Bonnie Buchanan's (Assistant Professor of Finance) article, “Furniture as a Conduit for Credit,” co-authored with Tom Arnold (University of Richmond), has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Structured Finance.

    Barbara Parker's (Professor of Management) article, “Platforms for Cross-sector Social Partnerships: Prospective Sensemaking Devices for Social Benefit,” co-authored with John Selsky (South Florida Polytechnic), has been accepted by the Journal of Business Ethics for a special edition on Cross Sector Social Interactions.

    Holly Slay's (Assistant Professor of Management) article, "Professional Identity Construction: Using Narrative to Understand the Negotiation of Professional and Stigmatized Cultural Identities,” co-authored with Delmonzie Smith (Rochester Institute of Technology), has been accepted for publication by Human Relations.

    Jot Yau's (Professor of Finance) paper, "Business Ethics Research: A Global Perspective," co-authored with Kam C. Chan (Western Kentucky) and Hung-Gay Fung (Missouri at St. Louis), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Ethics.

    David Carrithers (Senior Lecturer of Finance) and Dean Peterson's (Associate Professor of Economics) paper, “Integrating a Social Justice Perspective in Economics Education: Creating a Distinctly Catholic Education,” has been accepted for publication in Catholic Education, A Journal of Inquiry and Practice.

    Past Research News

    2009

    Rubina Mahsud (Assistant Professor of Management) and Greg Prussia's (Professor of Management) paper, “Leader Empathy, Ethical Leadership, and Relations-oriented Behaviors as Antecedents of Leader-Member Exchange Quality,” co-authored with Gary Yukl (SUNY-Albany), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Managerial Psychology.

    Jessica Ludescher (Assistant Professor of Business Ethics) and Rubina Mahsud's (Assistant Professor of Management) paper, "Opening Pandora's Box: Corporate Social Responsibility Exposed," has been accepted for publication by the The Independent Review: A Journal of Political Economy.

    Jot Yau's (Professor of Finance) paper, co-authored with Hung-Gay Fung and Gaiyan Zhang (both at the University of Missouri at St. Louis), entitled, "Do Credit Default Swaps Predict Currency Values?" has been accepted for publication in Applied Financial Economics.

    Rex Toh's (Professor of Marketing) article, “Toward a General Theory of Diary Panels,” co-authored with Michael Hu (Kent State), has been accepted for publication in Psychological Reports.

    Holly Slay's (Assistant Professor of Management) article, entitled “Leadership in the Face of a Shaken Culture,” co-authored with Kevin Clark and Patrick Maggitti (both at Villanova), has been accepted for publication in the Leadership Review.

    Jot Yau's (Professor of Finance) case study, “Pacific Century Cyberworks: A Road to Privatization,” with Hung-Gay Fung and Gerald Yong Gao (both from Missouri -- St. Louis), will be published by the University of Hong Kong and Harvard Business Publishing.

    Harriet Stephenson's (Professor of Management) article, “A Comparison of the Critical Success Factors in Women-owned Business Between the United States and Korea,” co-authored with Sang Lee (Kangnam University), Timothy Stearns (Cal State – Fresno), and Jerome Osteryoung (Florida State), has been accepted for publication in The International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal.

    David Reid's (Professor of Management) article, "Win the China IP War and Gain Globally," co-authored with Simon MacKinnon (Albers Center for Global Business Fellow and Retired President, Corning China), has been accepted for publication in the Thunderbird International Business Review.

    Jennifer Marrone's (Assistant Professor of Management) article, "Team Boundary Spanning: A Multi-level Review of Past Research and Proposals for the Future,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Management.

    Greg Prussia's (Professor of Management) article, “Managing Employee Withdrawal During Organizational Change: The Role of Threat Appraisal,” co-authored with Angelo Kiniki (Arizona State) and Mel Fugate (Southern Methodist), has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Management.

    David Reid's (Professor of Management) article, “Preventing Global Warming:  The United States, China and Intellectual Property,” co-authored with C. Ajeniam, has been accepted for publication in Business and Society.

    Diane Lockwood (Associate Professor of Management) and Harriet Stephenson's (Professor of Management) article, "The Impact of Contingent Time Off on Productivity in a Small Manufacturing Environment," co-authored with Colette Frayne (Cal Poly), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Management and Marketing Research.

    Holly Slay (Assistant Professor of Management) and Jennifer Marrone's (Assistant Professor of Management) article, “A new look at humility:  exploring the humility concept and its role in socialized charismatic leadership," co-authored with Albers alum Rob Nielsen, has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies

    Peter Brous's (Professor of Finance) paper, “Volatility Forecasting and Liquidity: Evidence from Individual Stocks,” co-authored with Ivilina Popova (Texas State) and Ufuk Ince, was accepted for publication in the Journal of Derivatives and Hedge Funds.

    Bryan Ruppert's (Lecturer of Business Communication) book, The Formative Debates and Arguments Sustaining Germany's Constitutional Supranationalism: A Rhetorical History of Political and Economic Ideas, has been published by Mellen Press.

    Vidya Awasthi (Associate Professor of Accounting) and Carlos De Mello-e-Souza's (Associate Professor of Accounting) article, "Probing Financial Statements in a Post-Sarbanes-Oxley World," published in Strategic Finance, was awarded a Certificate of Merit in the Institute of Management Accounting's annual manuscript competition.

    Bruce Koch's (Professor of Accounting) article, “The Interaction of Accountability and Post-Completion Audits on Capital Budgeting Decisions,”  co-authored with Alan Mayper and Neil Wilner (University of North Texas), has been accepted for publication in the  Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal.

    Bill Weis (Professor of Management) and David Arnesen's (Associate Professor of Business Law) article, “The Use of Training Groups (T-Groups) in Raising Self and Social Awareness and Enhancing Emotionally Intelligent Behaviors,” co-authored with MBA student Lisa Hanson, has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications, and Conflict.

    Rubina Mahsud’s (Assistant Professor of Management) article, “Linking Strategic Leadership and Human Resource Management,” co-authored with Gary Yukl (SUNY-Albany), was published in the April, 2009 edition of the NHRD Network Journal.

    Greg Magnan’s (Associate Professor of Operations Management), has had two articles accepted for publication in Industrial Marketing Management.  The first is, “Evaluating the Bases of Supplier Segmentation:  A Critical Review and Taxonomy,” co-authored with Marc Day (Henley Business School) and Morten Munkgaard Moeller (Dansk Indkøbs- og Logistik Forum).  The second is, “Exploring the Reputation Metaphor in B2B Partnerships: Extending the Study of Reputation from the Perception of Single Firms to the Perception of Inter-firm Partnerships,” co-authored with Mark Day, Kevin Money, and Carola Hillenbrand (all with Henley).

    Ben Kim (Professor of E-Commerce and Information Systems) and James Lee’s (Genevieve Albers Visiting Fellow) article, “Toward Intelligent Business Integration: The Semantic Web," co-authored with Surinder Kahai (SUNY-Binghamton) and Yong J. Kim (Sogang University), has been accepted for publication in Issues in Information Systems.

    Chips Chipalkatti (Professor of Accounting) and Meena Rishi’s (Associate Professor of Economics) article, “Do Public Governance and the Depth of Financial Intermediation Impact the Entrepreneurship-Growth Relationship?” has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship.

    Meena Rishi’s (Associate Professor of Economics) article, “Economic and Social Characteristics of Albanian Immigrant Entrepreneurs in Greece,” co-authored with Daphne Halkias (Helenic American University), Paul Thurman (Columbia), et al. has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship.

    Madhu Rao’s (Associate Professor of E-Commerce and Information Systems) paper, ““Developing Global Leadership in Emerging Nations: A View From India,” co-authored with Sandeep Arora, (Accenture, India), has been accepted for publication in the Journal for Political Consulting and Policy.

    John Dienhart’s (Professor of Business Ethics) article, "Managerial Moral Principles: Realizing the Promise of Integrative Social Contract Theory,” co-authored with Ed Soule and Marcus Hedahl (both from Georgetown), has been accepted for publication in the Business Ethics Quarterly.

    Bonnie Buchanan’s (Assistant Professor of Finance) article, “The Ghost of Credit Past: The Specter of the Heilig-Meyers Fiasco Haunts Today’s Failed Lenders,” co-authored with Tom Arnold (University of Richmond), has been accepted for publication in the Investment Professional.

    Rex Toh (Professor of Marketing) and Terry Foster’s (Assistant Professor of Business Law) article, "Hyatt Corporation v. Women’s International Bowling Congress, Inc.:  Hotel Room Attrition Issues," has been accepted for publication in the Cornell Hospitality Journal.

    Jessica Ludescher’s (Assistant Professor of Business Ethics) article, “Corporate Social Responsibility: From Corporate Strategy to Global Justice,” has been published in the Harvard International Review.

    Bridget Hiedemann (Associate Professor of Economics) and Peter Brous’s (Professor of Finance) article, “Success Rates, Optimism Bias, and the Predictive Power of Alternative Performance Measures: A Post-Audit of One Company’s Real Investment Decisions,” co-authored with grad student Taunya Schultz, has been published in the Journal of Financial Education.

    John Dienhart's (Professor of Management) article, "Managerial Moral Principles: Realizing the Promise of Integrative Social Contract Theory,” co-authored with Ed Soule and Marcus Hedahl (both from Georgetown), has been accepted for publication in the Business Ethics Quarterly.

    Vidya Awasthi (Associate Professor of Accounting), Sarah Bee (Senior Lecturer of Accounting) , Carlos De Mello-e-Souza (Associate Professor of Accounting), and Dave Tinius's (Professor of Accounting) article, “Assessing Accounting Students' Spreadsheet Competency,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of the Academy of Business Education.

    Terry Foster (Assistant Professor of Business Law) and Selden Prentice's (Senior Lecturer of Business Law) article, “The Promise of Confidentiality in Mediation: Practitioners' Perceptions," will appear in the Spring, 2009 edition of The Journal of Dispute Resolution, published by the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law.

    Stacey Jones's (Senior Lecturer of Economics) paper, “Dynamic Social Norms and the Transformation of Women’s Higher Education, 1965 – 1975,” has been accepted for publication in Social Science History.

    Meena Rishi's (Associate Professor of Economics) article, “Global Financial ‘Fixes’: A Political Economy Perspective," co-authored with Albers student Kathryn Burruss, has been accepted for publication in a special issue of the India Economy Review.

    David Arnesen (Associate Professor of Business Law) and Bill Weis's (Professor of Management) article, “Saving American Business: Changing the Culture of Corporate Leadership Beyond the Next Quarter’s Profit," has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Leadership.

    2008

    Marc Cohen's (Assistant Professor of Business Ethics) paper, “The Two-Stage Model of Emotion and the Interpretive Structure of the Mind,” has been accepted for publication in the The Journal of Mind and Behavior.

    Greg Prussia's (Professor of Management) paper, "Connectivity and Leadership: The Influence of On-line Activity on Closeness and Effectiveness,” co-authored with Darl Kolb and Joline Francoeur (both at the University of Auckland), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.

    Bruce Koch’s (Professor of Accounting) paper, “ERP Systems and Internal Audit,” co-authored with Aditya Saharia (Fordham University) and Robert Tucker (University of Florida), has been accepted for publication in Issues in Information Systems.

    Holly Slay’s (Assistant Professor of Management) co-authored study that appeared in Human Resource Management, “The Effect of Explanations on Prospective Applicants’ Reactions to Firm Diversity Practices,” received a write up in the October issue of HR Magazine, the widely read journal of HR professionals. Their study found that employers pitching diversity to recruits must alter the message across different racial groups in order to be effective.

    Bruce Koch’s (Professor of Accounting) article, “The Interaction of Accountability and Post-Completion Audits On Capital Budgeting Decisions,” co-authored with Neil Wilner and Alan Mayper (North Texas), has been accepted for publication in the Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal.

    Quan Le’s (Assistant Professor of Economics) article, “User Fees and Health Service Utilization in Vietnam: How to Protect the Poor?” co-authored with Huyen T. Dao, (Center for Community Health Strategy, Hanoi) and Hugh Waters (Johns Hopkins), has been accepted for publication in Public Health.

    Jot Yau’s (Professor of Finance) book, co-edited with Hung-Gay Fung (Missouri at St. Louis) and X. Eleanor Xu (Seton Hall), Advances in International Investments: Traditional and Alternative Approaches, was recently published by World Scientific. He has also co-authored a chapter on socially responsible investing with Albers MBA alumna, Sheryl Law, Founder of Peregreen Group, a financial research and analytics firm specializing in socially responsible investing and corporate sustainability.

    Chauncey Burke (Assistant Professor of Marketing) and Carl Obermiller’s (Professor of Marketing) article, “Sustainable Business as a Marketing Strategy,” co-authored with April Atwood, has been accepted for publication in Business Perspectives.

    Greg Prussia’s (Professor of Management) article, co-authored with Frances Ryan (University of Nevada at Reno), Meg Virick (San Jose State), Jaron Harvey (University of Oklahoma), and Juliana Lily (Sam Houston State), “Life After the Layoff: Getting a Job Worth Keeping,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Organizational Behavior.

    Teresa Ling (Assistant Dean and Senior Lecturer of Economics) and David Carrithers’s (Senior Lecturer of Finance) article, “Messy Problems and Lay Audiences: Teaching Critical Thinking within the Finance Curriculum,” co-authored with John Bean (SU English Professor), has been accepted for publication in Business Communication Quarterly.

    David Reid (Professor of Management) co-authored an article on intellectual property rights that appeared in the March 10th edition of the Wall Street Journal. It was entitled, “Protecting Your Intellectual Property in China.”

    Susan Weihrich’s (Associate Dean) article, “Academic-Based VITA Programs: Issues and Best Practices from Accounting Educators,” co-authored with Christine Bauman (Northern Iowa), Ed Outslay (Michigan State), and Dennis Schmidt (Montana St.), has been accepted for publication in The Tax Advisor.

    Rex Toh’s (Professor of Marketing) article, co-authored with Michael Hu (Kent State), “Averaging to Minimize or Eliminate Regression Toward the Mean to Measure Pure Experimental Effects,” has been accepted for publication by Psychological Reports.

    Fred DeKay (Associate Professor of Economics), Rex Toh (Professor of Marketing), and Peter Raven’s (Professor of Marketing) article, “Loyalty Programs: Airlines Outdo the Hotels,” has been accepted for publication in the Cornell HRA Quarterly.

    John Dienhart’s (Professor of Business Ethics) article, “The Separation Thesis: Perhaps Nine Lives are Enough,” has been accepted for publication in Business Ethics Quarterly.

    Bridget Hiedemann’s (Associate Professor of Economics) article, “Formal Home Health Care, Informal Care, and Family Decision-Making,” co-authored with David Byrne (Federal Reserve Board), Michelle Goeree (USC), and Steven Stern (Virginia), has been accepted for publication by the International Economic Review.

    Chauncey Burke (Assistant Professor of Marketing), Erin Talbott (Senior Lecturer of Marketing), Gareth Green (Associate Professor of Economics), and Carl Obermiller’s (Professor of Marketing) article, “Tastes Great or More Fulfilling? The Effect of Brand Reputation on Consumer Social Responsibility Advertising for Fair Trade Coffee,” has been accepted for publication in Corporate Reputation Review.

    Jay Lambe’s (Assistant Professor of Marketing) article, “Alliance-Based New Product Development Success and the Moderating Role of Formalization: An Examination in Exploration and Exploitation Strategic Contexts,” co-authored with Robert Morgan (Cardiff University), Shibin Sheng (Adelphi University), and Gopal Kutwaroo (Microsoft), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Business-to-Business Marketing.

    John Dienhart’s (Professor of Business Ethics) article, co-authored with Tom Tyler (NYU) and Terry Thomas (TRT Consulting), “The Ethical Commitment to Compliance: Building Value-based Cultures That Encourage Ethical Conduct and a Commitment to Compliance,” has been accepted for publication in the California Management Review.

    Jay Lambe’s (Assistant Professor of Marketing) article, co-authored with Kevin Webb (James Madison) and Chiharu Ishida (Illinois St.), “Self-managing Selling Teams and Team Performance: The Complementary Roles of Empowerment and Control,” was accepted for publication in Industrial Marketing Management.

    Rex Toh (Professor of Marketing) has published a book chapter entitled, “Guests’ Meetings and Hotel Group Room Reservations,” in Tourism Management, edited by A.G. Woodside and D. Martin. The chapter is the culmination of seven articles that Rex co-authored with Albers faculty on hotel and cruise reservations in the last three years.

    Holly Slay’s (Assistant Professor of Management) article, “The Effect of Explanations on Prospective Applicants’ Reactions to Firm Diversity Practices,” co-authored with Ian Williamson (Melbourne Business School) and Debra Shapiro (Maryland), has been accepted for publication in Human Resource Management.

    Quan Le’s (Assistant Professor of Economics) article, “An Analysis of Policy Changes on the Seafood Industry of Vietnam”, co-authored with Dao Thanh Hong of the UK Department for International Development (Vietnam), has been accepted for publication in the Pacific Economic Review.

    Ben Kim’s (Professor of E-Commerce and Information Systems) article, “Avoidance of Cyclical Reference of Foreign Keys in Data Modeling Using the Entity-Relationship Model,” was accepted for publication in Issues in Information Systems.

    Bruce Koch’s (Professor of Accounting) article, “The Effects of Age and Gender upon the Perceptions of Accounting Professionals Concerning Their Job Satisfaction and Work-related Attributes,” co-authored with Glen Moyes from the University of Texas-Pan American and Patricia Williams from Fordham, has been published in the Managerial Auditing Journal.

    Greg Magnan (Associate Professor of Operations Management) has a number of articles coming up for publication:

    • “A Three-Stage Implementation Model for Supply Chain collaboration,” with Stanley Fawcett and Matthew McCarter, forthcoming in the Journal of Business Logistics  
    • “Supply Chain Alliances and Social Dilemmas,” with Fawcett and McCarter, forthcoming in the International Journal of Procurement Management  
    • “The Benefits, Barriers, and Bridges of Effective Supply Chain Integration,” with Fawcett and McCarter, forthcoming in Supply Chain Management: An International Journal
    • “Strategic Supplier Relationship Management: Leading Change to Unite Metrics, Processes and People,” with Marc Day, Mark Webb, and Jon Hughes, forthcoming in Supply Chain Management Review  

    2007

    Jay Lambe’s (Assistant Professor of Marketing) article, co-authored with Kevin Webb (James Madison) and Chiharu Ishida (Illinois St.), “Self-managing Selling Teams and Team Performance: The Complementary Roles of Empowerment and Control,” was accepted for publication in Industrial Marketing Management.

    David Reid’s (Professor of Management) article, co-authored with B. Aybar, E. Mergen, and V. Perotti, "Analysis of Attitudes of Turkish Citizens toward the Effect of EU Membership on the Economic, Political and Cultural Environment," was recently published in Turkish Studies.

    Jennifer Marrone’s (Assistant Professor of Management) article, “A multi-level of investigation of antecedents and consequences of team member boundary-spanning behavior,” co-authored with Tesluk and Carson, was published in the Academy of Management Journal.

    Jennifer Marrone’s (Assistant Professor of Management) article, “Shared leadership in teams: An investigation of antecedent conditions and performance,” co-authored with Carson and Tesluk, was published in the Academy of Management Journal.

    Jennifer Marrone’s (Assistant Professor of Management) article, “An examination of the use of high investment human resource systems for core and support employees,” co-authored with Lepak, Taylor, Tekleab, and Cohen was published in Human Resource Management Journal.

    Harriet Stephenson’s (Professor of Management) paper, “Urban Outreach Ministries' Organic Gardens: Developing a Sustainable, Triple-Bottom-Line Business for Nonprofit Social Enterprise,” has been selected for publication in the Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies. The article was co-authored with graduate students Michele Loughead and Matt Brock.

    Barbara Parker’s (Professor of Management) article, co-authored with Diane Altman Dautoff (adjunct faculty in the Master’s in Nonprofit Management program) was accepted for publication in the Michigan Journal for Community Service Learning. The article is entitled, “Service-Learning and Study Abroad: Synergistic Learning Opportunities.”

    Meena Rishi’s (Associate Professor of Economics) co-authored paper (with V. Cerra, International Monetary Fund, and S. Saxena, Bank for International Settlements) entitled, “Robbing the Riches: Capital Flight, Institutions, and Debt,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Development Studies. A previous version of the paper was highlighted in the IMF Survey (January 23, 2006) and accepted as an IMF working paper (No. 06/199).

    Meena Rishi’s (Associate Professor of Economics) co-authored article, "Service-Learning: Bringing Real-World Education into the B-School Classroom," has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Education for Business.

    Vinay Datar (Professor of Finance) and Peter Brous’s (Professor of Finance) article, “The Valuation Effect of Expensing Stock Option Based Compensation” was accepted for publication in Business and Society Review.

    Vinay Datar’s (Professor of Finance) article, co-authored with Dr. Richard Borgman from the University of Maine, “True Burden of Mutual Fund Fees,” has been accepted for publication in Finance Letters.

    Gareth Green’s (Associate Professor of Economics) article, “The Important of Institutional Structure in Controlling Agricultural Runoff,” co-authored with Eric Schuck (Linfield College), Janet Clements (Colorado State), and Marshall Frasier Colorado State), was published in the December, 2006 edition of the Journal of the American Water Resources Association.

    Rex Toh (Professor of Marketing), Barbara Yates (Professor of Economics), and Fred DeKay‘s (Associate Professor of Economics) "Further Insights on Non-Performance Attrition Charges: Problems and Solutions, " has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Culture, Tourism, and Hospitality Research.

    Rex Toh (Professor of Marketing), Barbara Yates (Professor of Economics), and Fred DeKay‘s (Associate Professor of Economics) "Implementing Hotel Non-Performance Charges: Alternative Perspectives,’ has been accepted for publication as a chapter in Advancing Tourism, edited by Arch Woodside and Drew Martin, and due for publication by CABI in 2008.

    Rex Toh (Professor of Marketing), Barbara Yates (Professor of Economics), and Fred DeKay‘s (Associate Professor of Economics) "Attrition Clause Conundrum: Apportioning Between Two Defaulting Groups," has been accepted for publication as a chapter in Advancing Tourism.

    Rex Toh’s (Professor of Marketing) "Guests' Meetings and Hotel Room Reservations." has been accepted for publication as a chapter in Advancing Tourism.

    Chris Weber’s (Professor of Economics) article, “A Note on Gains from Trade for Non-materialists, Environmentalists, and the Overworked,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Economic Education.

    Rex Toh’s (Professor of Marketing) article, “Driving Demand for the Quarterdeck: A Commentary," has been accepted for publication in the Cornell HRA Quarterly.

    Jot Yau’s (Professor of Finance) chapter on China's futures markets was recently published in China's Capital Markets: Challenges from WTO Membership, (Chan, Fung, and Liu, editors) Edward Elgar Publishing, 2007.

    Harriet Stephenson’s (Professor of Management) article, “Partnering with an NGO to start a Micro-Loan Program in a Ghana Village: A Global Organic Triple-Bottom-Line Social Enterprise in the Making," co-authored with Donna Mace, has been accepted for publication in the Journal of the International Academy of Case Studies.

    Greg Prussia’s (Professor of Management) article, "Employee Coping with Organizational Change: An Examination of Alternative Theoretical Perspectives and Models,” co-authored with Angelo Kinicki (Arizona State) and Mel Fugate (SMU), has been accepted for publication in Personnel Psychology.

    Vinay Datar’s (Professor of Finance) article, “A Practical Method for Valuing Real Options,” co-authored with Scott Mathews (Boeing) and Blake Johnson (Stanford), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Applied Corporate Finance.

    Sarah Bee (Senior Lecturer of Accounting) and Vidya Awasthi’s (Associate Professor of Accounting) paper, "The Impact of Different Uses of Information Technology on Business Processes and Performance: An Active Learning Exercise," has been accepted for publication in The Review of Business Information Systems.

    Chips Chipalkatti (Professor of Accounting) and Sarah Bee’s (Senior Lecturer of Accounting) paper, co-authored with Sanjoy Chatterji, CEO, Entomo Inc., entitled, "Effective Controls for Sales Through Distribution Channels," has been accepted for publication in The CPA Journal.

    Sharon Lobel’s (Professor of Management) article, co-authored with Linn Van Dyne and Ellen Kossek from Michigan State, “Less Need to be There: Cross Level Effects of Work Practices that Support Work-Life Flexibility and Enhance Group Processes and Group-level OCB,” has been accepted for publication in Human Relations.

    Rex Toh (Professor of Marketing), Peter Raven (Associate Professor of Marketing), and Fred Dekay’s (Associate Professor of Economics) article, “Characteristics of Hotel Steady Sleepers: Implications for the Hospitality Industry,” has been accepted for publication in Tourism Analysis.

    David Carrithers’s (Senior Lecturer of Finance) article, “Using a Client Memo to Assess Critical Thinking of Finance Majors", co-authored with John Bean, has been accepted for publication in the Business Communications Quarterly.

    Madhu Rao’s (Associate Professor of E-Commerce and Information Systems) paper, “International Collaboration in Trans-organizational Systems Development: The Challenges of Global In-sourcing,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Global Information Technology Management. The paper is co-authored with Tee Earls and Gloria Sanchez, both Albers MBA graduates and current Microsoft employees.

    Al Ansari (Professor of Marketing) and Diane Lockwood’s (Associate Professor of Management) paper, co-authored with Batoul Modarress, “Raising the Alarm for Logistics Network Security,” has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Business Research.

    Jay Lambe's (Assistant Professor of Marketing) article, co-authored with Christian Bluemelhuber and Larry Carter, “Extending the View of Brand Alliance Effects: An Integrative Examination of the Role of Country of Origin,” has been accepted for publication in the International Marketing Review.  

    Jay Lambe's (Assistant Professor of Marketing) article, co-authored with Kevin L. Webb, "Internal Multi-Channel Conflict: An Exploratory Investigation and Conceptual Framework," has been accepted for publication in Industrial Marketing Management.

    Meena Rishi (Associate Professor of Economics) and Chips Chipalkatti’s (Professor of Accounting) paper, co-authored with K. Ramesha (NIBM, India), has been accepted for publication in the Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics. The paper is entitled, "Depositor Discipline, Regulatory Control, and a Banking Crisis - A Study of Indian Urban Cooperative Banks."

    Al Ansari’s (Professor of Marketing) article, “The Economic, Technological, and National Security Risks of Offshore Outsourcing,” co-authored with Batoul Modarres, has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Global Business Issues.

    Bill Weis (Professor of Management) and David Arnesen’s (Associate Professor of Business Law) article, "Because EQ Can't Be Told": Doing Something about Emotional Intelligence,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict.

    Meena Rishi’s (Associate Professor of Economics) article, "Social Justice and the Agency of Women: The Kerala Story," co-authored with Kishore Kulkarni (Metro State) and Renuka Pillay (University of Cochin, India), has been published in the South Asian Journal of Human Rights.

    Rex Toh (Professor of Marketing), Barbara Yates (Professor of Economics), and Fred DeKay’s (Associate Professor of Economics) article, “Executive Training Exercises in Non-performance and Attrition Charges in the Hospitality Industry,” has been published in the International Journal of Culture, Tourism, and Hospitality Research.

    Leo Simpson’s (Professor of Management) co-authored article, “Creating Active and High Impact Learning: Moving Out of the Classroom with Field-Based Student Consulting Projects,” has been accepted for publication in Industry and Higher Education.

    Leo Simpson’s (Professor of Management) article, "The Use of Student Consulting Projects as an Active Learning Pedagogy: A Case Study in a Production/ Operations Management Course," has been accepted for publication in the Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education.

    Ekaterina Emm’s (Assistant Professor of Finance) paper, “Choices and Best Practices in Corporate Risk Management Disclosure,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Applied Corporate Finance.

    John Dienhart (Professor of Business Ethics) published an article in Compliance and Ethics Magazine, entitled, “A Training Workshop that Integrates Ethics and Compliance.” The article appears in the October, 2007 edition of the magazine, which is published by the Society of Corporate Ethics and Compliance.

    Vinay Datar’s (Professor of Finance) article, co-authored with Raymond So (Chinese University of Hong Kong) and Yiuman Tse (University of Texas at San Antonio), “Liquidity Commonality and Spillover in the US and Japanese Markets: An Intraday Analysis using the Exchange-Traded Funds,” has been accepted for publication in the Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting.

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    Tuesdays 12:25 - 1:25 p.m.
    *(unless otherwise noted)

    Fall Quarter 2014


    October 10
    Ernest Baskin (Yale University - Marketing):
    "Encouraging Situational Attributions: Choice as Opportunity"

    October 14
    Carlos De Mello e Souza (Accounting) and Cristina Wildermuth (Drake University - Management):
    "Circles of Ethics: The Effect of Gender and Executive Status on Moral Reasoning as Moderated by Proximity and Mediated by Personality"

    October 21
    Yu Wang (University of Texas at Dallas - Marketing):
    "Information Sharing: Advice Provision or Delegation: What Leads to Higher Trust in a Distribution Channel?"
    (12 - 1:30 p.m.)

    November 18
    TBD

    Winter Quarter 2015


    January 27
    Holly Slay Ferraro (Management)

    February 10
    TBD

    March 3
    TBD

    Spring Quarter 2015


    April 14
    Eunice Rhee (Management)

    May 5
    TBD

    May 19
    TBD