Albers is accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. As of July 2015, less than five percent of the world’s business schools and less than one third of U.S. business schools have achieved business accreditation from AACSB.
The 2016 US News and World Report undergraduate business school rankings rank Albers 93rd in the nation, tied with a number of other schools such as WSU, Gonzaga, LMU, and Marquette. We are tied for third in the Northwest and among the Top 40 Private programs in the nation.
In the Finance specialty ranking, we are ranked 11th in the nation, making us tops in the Northwest and second on the West Coast.
In the Accounting specialty ranking, we are tied for 13th with Ohio State, Cal Berkeley, and Georgia, and rank second in the Northwest and third on the West Coast.
The formal opening of our new Eastside campus at 200 112th Avenue NE in downtown Bellevue took place on September 23rd. The new facility has a layout specifically designed to meet our program needs and is conveniently located near the Bellevue Transit Center.
Eric Wehrly’s study, “Do Takeover Defenses Deter Takeovers?” co-authored with Jonathan Karpoff (UW) and Robert Schonlau (BYU), was recently highlighted on the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation. You can read the summary at the Harvard website.
Matt Isaac’s article, “Why Real Estate Agents Should Care about Buyer Usage Intent,” co-authored with Aaron Brough (Utah State), was recently published in the Keller Center Research Report. It applies their 2012 article in the Journal of Marketing, “Finding a Home for Products We Love: How Buyer Usage Intent Affects the Pricing of Used Goods,” to the real estate sector. Baylor University’s Keller Center focuses on research in the real estate industry, and the article can be read at Baylor's website.
On September 10-12, Albers hosted the semi-annual meeting of JEBNET, the group representing MBA program directors at Jesuit universities. Thirteen schools participated and Jeff Millard was the perfect host, ordering up exceptional Seattle September weather for them.
Our beginning of the academic year convocation took place on September 14th. We discussed plans for the year around AACSB accreditation and degree program changes. We also pondered what the AACSB categories of engagement, impact, and innovation mean for Albers. Provost Isiaah Crawford visited and gave up an overview of the coming academic year and student Braden Wild updated us on the Nicaragua Fair Trade Coffee Project sponsored by the Global Business Club.
Marinilka Kimbro will be one of a dozen women to be recognized by Woman of Color Empowered for their work in the accounting and finance sectors. The award recipients will be recognized at a luncheon on September 18th sponsored by WCE.
Two research projects by Matt Isaac were recently featured in the media. One was his recent article in the Journal of Consumer Psychology, "The Sleeper Framing Effect: The Influence of Frame Valence on Immediate and Retrospective Judgments." It was first featured in the Harvard Business Review’s "The Daily Stat," an e-newsletter sent to HBR subscribers. The second was in a story on Iowa Public Radio about consumer rankings, where Matt explains some of his research on this subject. The story was also featured on NPR’s "Hear and Now" program. You can read the story at KUOW's website.
The dean snuck in a quick trip to India August 19-24. The purpose was for the review team chair to visit the Xavier Labor Relations Institute for the pre-visit meeting related to their application for AACSB accreditation. While XLRI is a Top Five program in India, it is located in the sleepy town of Jamshedpur, which lacks commercial air service. Therefore, a wild three hour car ride is necessary to get to their campus. That was certainly the trip highlight, unless you consider on the flight from Ranchi to Delhi sitting next to Sakshi Singh Rawat, the wife of M.S. Dhoni, the iconic cricket player and current India national team captain.
With the sale of Zulily to QVC, some of you are no doubt wondering how this will impact the signage for The Bottom Line café in the PACCAR Atrium. After all, the Zulily stock ticker – ZU – will no longer exist. We will now move to the stock ticker for Zillow - "Z." As soon as the sale is complete, we will submit the paperwork to Facilities.
Colette Hoption’s research on how leaders use humor was cited in a recent article in The Huffington Post, “Three Sure-Fire Ways to Undermine Your Leadership Integrity.” You can read the article at HuffingtonPost.com.
Alan Mulally will be featured in a special all day program on October 30th on the SU campus. Mulally served as president and CEO of The Ford Motor Company from 2006 to 2014 and was named #3 on Fortune’s “World’s Greatest Leaders” in 2014. In the morning he will speak to an audience of SU faculty, staff, administrators, alumni, students, and friends. In the afternoon, he will speak with a group of SU faculty and campus leaders. The all-day program follows his appearance in the Albers Executive Speaker Series the evening of October 28th.
Our Professional MBA program ranks 22nd in the latest part-time MBA program rankings released by Graduateprograms.com. The Spring, 2015 rankings are based on data gathered between September 1, 2012 and March 31, 2015 and encompass reviews posted by more than 70,000 students participating in over 1,600 graduate programs nationwide.
Richard Barton, founder of Expedia, Glassdoor, and Zillow, will be participating in the Albers Executive Speaker Series on April 19th, 2016.
Mark Mason, President and CEO of HomeStreet Bank, will be the final speaker for the Albers Executive Speaker Series in 2015-16. He will be speaking on May 11th, 2016.
Colleen Brown, Board Chair for American Apparel, will return to the Albers Executive Speaker Series on February 16th, 2016. American Apparel has been steeped in controversy as its CEO was forcibly removed by the board for misconduct. Colleen previously served as CEO of Fisher Broadcasting before it was sold, and participated in the speaker series in that capacity.
The 2016 US News and World Report rankings of graduate programs ranks our PMBA program tied for 61st among part-time MBA programs, a slight increase from last year and second in the Northwest. Our accounting program is tied for 15th and is the highest ranked program in the Northwest. After a one year absence, our EMBA program has returned to the rankings, tied for 18th and is also the top ranked program in the Northwest.
Dan Price, CEO of Gravity Payments, will be speaking in the Albers Executive Speaker Series on Thursday, January 21st, 2016. Price was named Entrepreneur of the Year by Entrepreneur Magazine for 2014 and GeekWire named him Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 2013. He was also given the 2014 Seattle Business CEO Excellence Award and the 2010 SBA National Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award. He started Gravity with his brother Lucas in 2003 when he was 19.
Jamie Nordstrom, President of stores for Nordstrom, will be participating in the Albers Executive Speaker Series on November 12th, 2015. The event will take place in Pigott Auditorium from 5:30 to 6:30 PM.
Matt Isaac's article, "Is Top 10 Better than Top 9? The Role of Expectations in Consumer Response to Imprecise Rank Claims," co-authored with
Aaron R. Brough (Utah State) and Kent Grayson (Northwestern), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Marketing Research. JMR is one of the top marketing journals.
Greg Magnan's article, "Why Supply Chain Collaboration Fails: The Socio-Structural View of Resistance to Relational Strategies," co-authored with Stan Fawcett (BYU), Matthew McCarter (UT San Antonio), Amy Fawcett (Weber State), and Scott Webb (BYU), has been accepted for publication in Supply Chain Management: an International Journal.
Chips Chipalkatti and Meena Rishi had their article, "Sustainable Development in India: Balancing Poverty Alleviation, Economic Growth and Reduced Carbon Emissions," accepted for publication in the International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
Gareth Green and Stacey Jones, along with John Bean from the Department of English, have had their article, "Teaching Real-World Applications of Business Statistics Using Communication to Scaffold Learning," accepted for publication in Business and Professional Communication Quarterly.
Matt Isaac’s paper, co-authored with Morgan Poor (University of San Diego), "The Sleeper Framing Effect: The Influence of Frame Valence on Immediate and Retrospective Judgments," has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Consumer Psychology.
Suzanne De Janasz chapter that will appear in The Oxford Handbook of Work and Family, "Communicating Work–Family Research beyond Academia for Thought Leadership and Impact," co-authored with Monique Valcour (EDHEC), has also been published on Oxford Handbooks Online.
Vladimir Bejan’s paper, "Examining the Effect of Repressive and Conciliatory Government Actions on Terrorism Activity in Israel," co-authored with William Parkin (Department of Criminal Justice at SU), has been accepted for publication in Economic Letters.
A paper by Quan Le and Peter Raven entitled, "An Assessment of Experiential Learning of Global Poverty Issues through International Service Projects," has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Teaching in International Business.
Bonnie Buchanan’s article, "Securitization: A Financing Vehicle for All Seasons?" has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Ethics.
Peter Raven and Quan Le’s paper, "Teaching Business Skills to Women: Impact of Business Training on Women’s Microenterprise Owners in Vietnam," has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research.
Carlos Mello-e-Souza’s paper, "Circles of Ethics: The Impact of Psychological Proximity on Moral Reasoning", co-authored with Cristina de-Mello-e-Souza Wildermuth (Drake University), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Ethics.
Eric Wehrly’s paper, “The Market Value and Reputational Effects from Lost Confidential Information,” has been accepted for publication by the International Journal of Financial Management.
Colette Hoption’s paper, “It Doesn’t Add Up: Comparing Daily and General Leadership Ratings,” has been accepted for publication in Leadership.
Marinilka Kimbro’s paper, “Shareholders have a Say in Executive Compensation: Evidence from Say-on-Pay in the United States,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy.
Jot Yau has had two papers accepted for publication: “Dim Sum Bonds: The Chinese Offshore Renminbi-Denominated Bonds,” (with H.G. Fung of the University of Missouri, St Louis and G. Ko of UBS AG) in the Journal of Investing, and “Sovereign Risk and its Changing Effects on Duration during Financial Crisis,” (with H.W. Lee and Y.A. Xie of the University of Michigan, Dearborn) in Applied Financial Economics.
Brian Kelly’s paper, “The Effects of Asset Forfeiture on Policing: A Panel Approach,” written with SU graduate Maureen Kole, has been accepted for publication in Economic Inquiry.
Suzanne de Janasz article co-authored with Maury Peiperl (IMD), “Lonely at the Top? How some CEOs are using high-powered mentors to increase performance,” has been accepted for publication in the Harvard Business Review.
Claus Portner published a chapter on, “Fertility in Developing Countries,” in The Economics of the Family: How the Household Affects Markets and Economic Growth, edited by Ester Redmount and published by ABC-CLIO.
John McLean and Vinay Datar had their article, “Mastering the Chargemaster: Minimizing Price-gouging and Exposing the Structural Flaws in the Healthcare ‘Market,’” accepted for publication in the Pittsburgh Journal of Environmental and Public Health Law.
Katya Emm and Ruben Trevino had their paper, “The Changing Risk-Return Characteristics of Value and Growth Investing,” accepted for publication by the Journal of Financial Planning.
Claus Portner's 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 article, "Environmental Choices and Hyperbolic Discounting: An Experimental Analysis,” co-authored with Timothy J. Richards (Arizona State), has been accepted for publication in Environmental and Resource Economics.
Brian Kelly, Dean Peterson, and Gareth Green had their article, “Using Integrative Graphic Assignments to Promote Deep Learning of the Market Mechanism,” co-authored with John Bean (Department of English), accepted for publication in the Journal of Economic Education.
Katya Emm's 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 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 article, “Product Heterogeneity and Cost Allocations in Contingent Trade Protection,” has been accepted for publication in The World Economy.Marc Cohen's 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 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.
Colette Hoption's paper, “Learning and Developing Followership,” has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Leadership Education.
Jot Yau has had three articles published recently:
Vinay Datar's article, "The Value of Mutual Fund Fees: A Model," co-authored with Richard Borgman (U. of Maine), has been accepted for publication in Financial Decisions.
Peter Raven's and Quan Le's paper, "Woman Entrepreneurship in Rural Vietnam: Success and Motivation Factors," has been accepted for publication in The Journal of Developing Areas.
Jot Yau's book, Dim Sum Bonds: The Offshore Renminbi (RMB)-Denominated Bonds, co-authored with Hung-Gay Fung (University of Missouri, St Louis) and Glenn Ko (UBS), has just been published by Wiley.
Eunice Rhee's paper, "Framing Controversial Actions: Regulatory Focus, Source Credibility, and Stock Market Reaction to Poison Pill Adoption," co-authored with Peer Fiss (USC), has been accepted for publication in the Academy of Management Journal.
Bonnie Buchanan and Peter Brous had their paper, "Valuing "Raise Your Rate" Certificates of Deposit," co-authored with Albers alum Tony Orcutt, has been accepted for publication in Managerial Finance.
Carl Obermiller and April Atwood had their paper, "Measuring Sustainability Literacy: Scale Development," has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Jesuit Business Education.
Matt Isaac's paper, co-authored with Aaron Brough (Utah State), "Judging a Part by the Size of its Whole: The Category Size Bias in Probability Judgments," was accepted for publication by the Journal of Consumer Research.
Jot Yau has had three articles accepted for publication:
Sarah Bee' 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 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 and Bill Weis had their 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 article, "Market Economies and Concurrent Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Remedies," has been accepted for publication in the Journal of International Economic Law.
Gail Lasprogata's article, "Values Change for Survival," has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Law, Business, and Ethics.
Bonnie Buchanan's 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 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 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' 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 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 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 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 ;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 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's and Diane Congratulations to Matt Isaac. His 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. JCR is on the Albers "Big Hit" list!Lockwood's 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's and Vinay Datar's paper, "Demystifying Free Cash Flow Valuation," has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Economics and Finance Education.
Bonnie Buchanan, Chips Chipalkatti, and Bruce Koch had their article, "Enhancing Value in IT Services Off-shoring: Real Options Matter," co-authored with Jonathan Doh (Villanova), accepted for publication in the Asia-Pacific Journal of Risk and Insurance.
Brian Kelly's article, "The Pass-Through of Subsidies to Price," has been accepted for publication by the Journal of World Trade.
John Dienhart 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).
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.
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.