Red Winged Leadership Award
The fourth annual Red Winged Leadership Award ceremony took place on May 9th. The award recognizes individuals who have applied exceptional leadership skills and business acumen towards socially responsible goals in our community. This year’s Red Winged Leadership Award winner was Molly Stearns with the Overlake Hospital Medical Center Foundation. This other finalists were Lynette Johnson (Soulumination) and Paul Shoemaker (Social Venture Partners). The event is organized by students in the Graduate Leadership Formation Specialization.
Leo Hindery to Visit
Leo Hindery (’69), Managing Partner of InterMedia Partners, will be visiting Albers on May 28th. Hindery is a widely admired leader in the cable TV industry. He will meet with students throughout the day and then participate in the Albers Executive Speaker Series at 5:30 PM in Pigott Auditorium. His presentation is entitled, "Better Educating Future Business Managers."
PMI China Lecture
The 2013 PMI China Engagement Lecture was held on May 14th, featuring Dr. Michael Peng, the Jindal Chair of Global Strategy at the University of Texas at Dallas. The title of Peng’s talk was entitled, "Emerging Multinationals from China.”
Business Plan Competition Finals
The finals of the 15th Annual Harriet Stephenson Business Plan Competition were held on May 15th. The grand prize winner was Recurrence, a business simulation game designed to develop leadership skills and headed up by Albers alum, Brayden Olson. First runner-up went to Nutraberry, producing raspberry powder and oil food supplements. Albers alums David Wishnick and Elena Lausberg teamed up to develop Nutraberry. The Community Choice award went to Octave, an app that teaches you how to sing. It was developed by a team of four undergraduate students headed up by Alex Tsway.
Foster WIns Award
Terry Foster will be receiving the Spirit of Service Award from the from SU’s Patrick Brady ROTC Battalion. The award recognizes the faculty or staff member who exemplifies excellence in service to the battalion and campus community, and will be presented at the ROTC Award Ceremony on May 17th.
The May, 2013 issue of Alaska Airlines Magazine features an article on entrepreneurship programs at west coast universities. Programs highlighted include Albers, UW, Oregon State and UCLA. Albers alum Emily Marshall and current student Alexandra Abraham are profiled.
Celebration of Scholarship
The bi-annual Albers Celebration of Scholarship will take place on May 17th. It will feature 17 different research projects begin done by 24 different Albers faculty members. It will start at 3:45 PM in Pigott 103 and includes a wine and cheese reception.
Albers Awards Ceremony
The annual Albers Awards Ceremony took place on May 10th. Some 23 awards were distributed to outstanding Albers undergraduate and graduate students. Christopher Clem received the Spirit of Albers Award. Thomas Smith received the Jerry A. Viscione Award for the top academic performance by a graduate student, and Kalison Shilvock received the Paul A. Volpe Award for the best academic performance by an undergraduate senior.
Beta Gamma Sigma Ceremony
A new group of Albers faculty and students was inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma, the academic honorary for AACSB accredited business schools. Some 25 undergraduate students and 42 graduate students were inducted on May 10th, along with four faculty members – Bonnie Buchanan, Holly Ferraro, Jessica Ludescher, and Rubina Mahsud. Peter Brous received the BGS Teacher of the Year Award.
BusinessWeek Ranks Albers #3 in Sustainability
Earlier this week, Bloomberg BusinessWeek announced its rankings of sustainability in undergraduate business programs. Albers ranks number three in the nation! You can read the article here.
Business Ethics Week
Business Ethics Week took place in Albers the week of April 15-19. Eighty-four Albers classes meeting that week had a professional from the community visit class to discuss ethical challenges they have faced in their careers. Some 50 speakers came to campus throughout the week. Other events included a presentation on Costco’s sustainability practices, an Ethics and Entrepreneurship Panel discussion, and a student/professional panel discussion on business ethics. The event was organized by the Center for Business Ethics.
Albers Career Night
Albers Career Night took place on Wednesday, May 1st at the Silver Cloud Hotel. Some 135 undergraduate students, alumni, mentors, and employers participated in the networking event. The Albers Placement Center co-sponsored the event with Alpha Kappa Psi, the Albers Investment Club, Beta Alpha Psi, the Marketing Club, and the Albers Placement Center Student Advisory Council.
Zillow CEO Visits Speaker Series
On April 30th, Spencer Rascoff, CEO of Zillow, participated in the Albers Executive Speaker Series. Over 225 listened to Rascoff speak on “Lessons in Entrepreneurship.”
Marinilka Weighs In
A Seattle Business Magazine article on women serving on company boards, included a quote from Marinilka Kimbro. You can read the article here.
PMI China Research Grant
David Reid has been selected as the 2013 recipient of the PMI China Engagement Initiative China Faculty Scholarship Grant. David will be pursuing two research projects – “The Chinese Model of Product Innovation” and “Innovation in China’s Finance Sector.”
ENACTUS Wins Regionals
SU’s ENACTUS team (formerly SIFE) took top honors in the Western Regional Competition on April 19th. There were 19 teams from eight states competing. The team now moves on to the national competition in Kansas City May 21-24. Leo Simpson is the faculty advisor for ENACTUS.
BAP Takes First Place in Regionals
Albers' Beta Alpha Psi chapter took first place in the Best Practices Innovation category at the BAP regional conference. Our winning entry described our program to develop soft skills for members. It includes a series of twelve workshops which focused on leadership, writing, team building, problem solving and professional judgment, and more. The chapter will compete in August at the BAP National Conference. The team members are Michael Watson, Jennifer Manning, Zachary Johnson, Adam Reed, Katy Long, Michelle Spruch, and Yiwei Xu.
Albers Hosts Ethics Expert
On May 2nd and 3rd, the Center for Business Ethics will host Mary Gentile, a global leader in business ethics education as well as a leading consultant to corporations. Her program, Giving Voice to Values, trains students to speak up in the workplace in effective and, to the greatest extent possible, non-confrontational ways. Her program is used in over 100 universities around the world.
Jessica Pens Op-Ed
Jessica Ludescher published an op-ed in the Seattle Times on May 2nd. The topic was the Supreme Court’s Citizen’s United ruling. You can read the editorial here.
SU Summer Faculty Fellowships
Two Albers faculty members have received Summer Faculty Fellowships from the university for 2013 that will support their research:
- Holly Ferraro ["Career Decision making after 55: Exploring the Determination of Work Paths near/after Retirement Age"]
- Collette Hoption ["Investigating Active Followership in Organizations"]
Albers Summer Research Grants
The following faculty members have been awarded Albers Summer Research Grants for 2013:
- Tina Zamora – "For-Profit Board Members and Non-Profit Executive Compensation"
- Meena Rishi – "Domestic Violence in India – An Empirical Study"
- Greg Prussia – "The Mediating Role of Safety Efficacy: Results from a Bootstrap Analysis"
- Bonnie Buchanan – "Securitization: The Eurozone Debt Crisis and Beyond."
2013 Study Abroad
We will be offering the following study abroad programs to students in 2013:
- Japan and Korea – Peter Raven and Ben Kim (for both undergraduate and graduate students)
- Dolomites, Italy – Bill Weis (graduate students only)
Both trips are scheduled to take place in September, 2013.
Bloomberg Businessweek Ranks Albers Undergrad Program 67th
The 2013 Bloomberg Businessweek undergraduate business rankings place Albers as 67th in the nation. This puts Albers second in the Northwest, ninth in the West, and in the Top 40 of privates. We received “A” grades for teaching, facilities, and job placement. To view the rankings, you can go click here.
Albers Graduate Programs Ranked Among Best in Nation
The Leadership Executive MBA program at Seattle University’s Albers School of Business and Economics was ranked #19 in the country in the Executive Education category by U.S. News & World Report 2014. This is the fifth year in a row that the program has been ranked in the top 25.
The recently released rankings also placed SU’s Professional MBA program 60th in the nation and second in the Northwest among part-time MBA programs.
Included in the rankings of graduate specializations, Albers' accounting program ranked #19 nationally, tied with Harvard, MIT, Boston College, and the University of California at Berkeley.
Best 296 Business Schools
Albers is among the 2013 Princeton Review’s Best 296 Business Schools, a ranking of MBA programs in the US based upon student feedback.
Accounting and Finance Programs Recognized by US News
The 2013 US News and World Report undergraduate business rankings rank Albers' finance program #22 in the nation and the accounting program #26. Congratulations to the faculty and staff in these departments for these well deserved recognitions of the excellence of their undergraduate programs. The Albers School was tied for 117th in the latest US News and World Report ranking of undergraduate business programs, tied with such schools as Butler, Creighton, and Gonzaga.
James Lee's 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 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 book chapter, “Collaboration in Global Intra-Organizational Systems Development,” will appear in Global Sourcing of Services, published by the IDEA group.
Vidya Awasthi, Carlos Mello-e-Souza, and Chips Chipalkatti had their paper, “Selecting a Free Cash Flow Metric that Matters: Accuracy, Bias, and Ability to Predict Value," accepted for publication in the Journal of Applied Finance.
Bridget Hiedemann's 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 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 and Leo Simpson had their article, “Using Adjunct Faculty to Teach Entrepreneurship at an AACSB-Accredited Business Program: Synergies and Opportunities,” co-authored with Kirk Heriot (Columbus State), published in the Small Business Institute Journal.
Peter Raven's 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 had a paper accepted for publication in the Marketing Science Institute (MSI) Working Paper Series. “Taking the Customer’s Point-of-View: Engagement or Satisfaction?” was co-authored with Bobby J. Calder and Edward C. Malthouse (both at Northwestern). 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. The paper is available here.
Gareth Green and Dean Peterson had their article, “Deep Learning in Intermediate Microeconomics: Using Scaffolding Assignments to Teach Theory and Promote Transfer,” co-authored with John Bean (Department of English), accepted for publication in the Journal of Economic Education.
Marc Cohen's article, “Empathy in Business Ethics Education,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Ethics Education.
James Lee and Ben Kim had their 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.
Al Ansari's article, “The Effect of Transnational Threats on the Security of Persian Gulf Maritime Petroleum Transportation,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Transportation Security.
Greg Prussia's article, “Does Employee Safety Influence Customer Satisfaction? Evidence from the Electric Utility Industry,” co-authored with Geoff Willis (Central Oklahoma) and Karen Brown (Thunderbird), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Safety Research.
Leo Simpson's article, “Organizational Efficacy of Small and Medium-Sized Suppliers,” co-authored with Shanan Gibson, Michael Harris, and Bill McDonald (all at East Carolina), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Small Business Strategy.
Rubina Mahsud and Greg Prussia had their article, "Ethical and Empowering Leadership and Leader Effectiveness," co-authored with Gary Yukl (SUNY-Albany) and Russell Hassan (Ohio State), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Managerial Psychology.
David Reid's article, “Intellectual Property Rights: A Comparative Perspective on Asia, the EU, and North America,” has been published in NORTEAMÉRICA.
Matt Isaac's article, “For Sale by Owner for Less than it is Worth,” co-authored with Aaron Brough (Pepperdine), has been published in the Graziadio Business Review. You can read it here.
Marc Cohen and John Dienhart had their 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 to be published by Edward Elgar.
Madhu Rao's 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 article, “Development and Validation of the Performance Management Behavior Questionnaire,” co-authored with Angelo Kinicki, Suzanne Peterson, and Kathryn Jacobson (Arizona State), has been accepted for publication in Personnel Psychology.
Colette Hoption's 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 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' 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.
Marilyn Gist's article, “Self Efficacy,” co-authored with Angela Gist, has been accepted for publication in the forthcoming edition of the Oxford Bibliographies in Management.
Marinilka Kimbro's 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 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 and Bonnie Buchanan had their article, “The Economics of Sallie Mae,” co-authored with Tom Arnold (Richmond), accepted for publication by the Journal of Structured Finance.
Carl Obermiller's 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 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.
Chips Chipalkatti's 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, Teresa Ling, and Joe Phillips had their paper, “Online Teaching Evaluations vs. In-Class Paper Teaching Evaluations: A Paired Comparison,” accepted for publication by the Journal of the Academy of Business Education.
Dino Falaschetti's 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 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 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, David Arnesen, and Marc Cohen had their article, “Customized Pricing: Win-Win or End Run?” accepted for publication in the Drake Management Review.
Marc Cohen's article, "Moral and amoral conceptions of trust, with an application in organizational ethics," has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Business Ethics.
Matt Isaac's paper, "Finding a Good Home for Products We Love: How Buyer Usage Intent Affects the Pricing of Used Goods," co-authored with Aaron Brough (Pepperdine), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Marketing.
Meena Rishi's 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 and Vinay Datar had their article, "Going public through the back door: A comparative analysis of SPACs and IPOs," co-authored with Ufuk Ince, been accepted for publication in the Banking and Finance Review.
Sharon Lobel and Marilyn Gist had their article, “Dual-Agenda Leadership Formation: Pedagogy Design and Impact in a Leadership Executive MBA,” accepted for publication in the Journal of Corporate Citizenship.
Tina Zamora's 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 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 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 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 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, Meena Rishi, and Quan Le had their paper, "Foreign Direct Investment and Institutional Quality: Some Empirical Evidence," has been accepted for publication in the International Review of Financial Analysis.
Susan Weihrich, Mary Carpenter, and Bryan Ruppert's 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 and Chips Chipalkatti had their 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 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), 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, Peter Raven, and Fred DeKay had their article, “Auctions of Hotel Rooms and Airline Seats," accepted for publication in Tourism Analysis.
Jessica Ludescher, Rubina Mahsud, and Greg Prussia had their paper, “We Are the Corporation: Distributed CSR,” has been accepted for publication in Business and Society Review.
Bill Weis and David Arnesen's 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, Peter Raven, and Fred DeKay had their article, “Travel Planning: Searching for and Booking Airline Seats on the Internet,” accepted for publication in the Transportation Journal.
Bryan Ruppert, April Atwood, and Carl Obermiller had their article, "Instructor credibility across disciplines: Identifying students' differentiated expectations of instructor behaviors," has been accepted for publication in Business Communication Quarterly.
April Atwood and Carl Obermiller had their article, "In defense of the student as customer metaphor," has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Management Education.
Bryan Ruppert's article, “Practicing what we teach: Credibility and alignment in the business communication classroom,” co-authored with David Green, has been accepted for publication in the Business Communication Quarterly.
David Reid's 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 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 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 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 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, Fred Dekay, and Peter Raven had their article, "Travel Planning: Searching for and Booking Hotels on the Internet," has been accepted for publication in the Cornell Hospitality Quarterly.
Quan Le has 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. The study looks at the effect of Agent Orange on Quang Tri province, which is where Quan’s family is from and where his research on micro-lending is taking place.
Eric Wehrly's 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 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.
Rubina Mahsud and Greg Prussia had their article, "Human Capital, Efficiency, and Innovative Adaptation as Strategic Determinants of Firm Performance," which was co-authored with Gary Yukl (SUNY-Albany) accepted for publication in the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.
Meena Rishi, Chips Chipalkatti, and Bruce Koch had their paper, " Offshore Outsourcing, Political Risk, and Democratic Institutions”, accepted for publication in the South Asia Economic Journal.
Tina Zamora's 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, Rex Toh, and Fred DeKay had their article, entitled, "When and Where to Buy Airline Seats on Third Party Websites," accepted for publication in Tourism Analysis.
Terry Foster's 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 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 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 Journal of Law and Social Change.
John Dienhart and Jessica Ludescher had their article, “Sustainability, Collaboration, and Governance: A Harbinger of Institutional Change?” accepted for publication in Business and Society Review.
Stacey Jones' and Bridget Hiedemann's 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 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 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 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 essay, “Sustainability, Cross-Sector Collaboration, Institutions, and Governance,” will be published in the 20th Anniversary issue of the Business Ethics Quarterly.
Al Ansari's article, “Challenges of Outsourcing Logistics to Third-Party Providers,” has been accepted for publication by the International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management.
Carl Obermiller has had two articles accepted for publication. The first is, “The Effects of Advertisement Picture Likeability on Information Search and Brand Choice", co-authored with Alan Sawyer (University of Florida), to be published in Marketing Letters. The second, co-authored with Ouidade Zaaraoui (University of Paris), is “Consumer Perception of Taboo in Ads,” which will appear in the Journal of Business Research.
Jot Yau, 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 and Barb Yates had their article, “Treasury Bills and Inflation,” accepted for publication in the Journal of Financial Planning.
James Lee's and Ben Kim's paper, "The Semiotic Structures of Information Systems,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Communication and Computer.
Dino Falaschetti, incoming Gleed Chair, had his article, "Auditor Independence and the Quality of Information in Financial Disclosures," published by the American Law and Economics Review.
Rubina Mahsud's 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.
Meena Rishi and Quan Le had their 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 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.
Ben Kim and James Lee had their paper, “From Virtual Organization to E-Business: Transformational Structuration,” accepted for publication by the International Journal of E-Business Research.
Rex Toh, Fred Dekay, and Peter Raven had their article, “Selling Rooms: Hotels vs. Third party Websites," has been accepted for publication in the Cornell Hospitality Quarterly.
Chris Weber's article, “Andreas Heinrich Voigt and the Hicks-Allen Revolution in Consumer Theory," co-authored with Torsten Schmidt (University of New Hampshire), has been accepted for publication by Economic Inquiry.
Holly Slay's 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 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 and Dean Peterson had their paper, “Integrating a Social Justice Perspective in Economics Education: Creating a Distinctly Catholic Education,” accepted for publication in Catholic Education, A Journal of Inquiry and Practice.
Greg Prussia and Rubina Mahsud's 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 and Rubina Mahsud had their paper, "Opening Pandora's Box: Corporate Social Responsibility Exposed," accepted for publication by the The Independent Review: A Journal of Political Economy.
Jot Yau's 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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.
Rob Nieschwietz' article, “Information Technology Acceptance in the Internal Audit Profession: Impact of Technology Features and Technology Complexity,” co-authored with Hyo-Jeong Kim and Michael Mannino (both at University of Colorado Denver), has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Accounting Information Systems.
Diane Lockwood and Harriet Stephenson had their 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's and Jennifer Marrone's 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. The paper is a culmination of work Rob did as an undergraduate student with Jennifer in the MGMT-380 course.
Peter Brous' 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.
Bruce Koch's 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 and David Arnesen had their 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 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 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 and James Lee had their article, “Toward Intelligent Business Integration: The Semantic Web," co-authored with Surinder Kahai (SUNY-Binghamton) and Yong J. Kim (Sogang University), accepted for publication in Issues in Information Systems.
Bryan Ruppert's book, The Origins of Political and Economic Supranationalism in the German Constitution, has been accepted for publication by Mellen Press.
Chips Chipalkatti and Meena Rishi had their article, “Do Public Governance and the Depth of Financial Intermediation Impact the Entrepreneurship-Growth Relationship?” accepted for publication in the International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship.
Meena Rishi's 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 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.