Faculty Research News

2018

Cathy Cao (Associate Professor of Finance) and Bonnie Buchanan's (Professor of Finance) paper, “Corporate social responsibility, firm value, and influential institutional ownership,” co-authored with Chongyang Chen (Pacific Lutheran University), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Corporate Finance

Vlad Dashkeev’s (Instructor in Economics) paper, “Balanced-budget rules and risk-sharing in a fiscal union," co-authored with Stephen Turnovsky (University of Washington), has been published in the Journal of Macroeconomics.

 

Ben Kim (Professor of Management) has two publications in Issues in Information Systems.  One is with Albers graduate students Sharmila Muralidharan, Katrina Phiri, and Sonal Sinha – “Analysis and Prediction of Real Estate Prices: A Case of the Boston Housing Market.”  The second is with James Lee (Genevieve Albers Visiting Fellow, Management) and Tim Mushen (of InfoVera) – “Parallel Polylithic Architecture: Microservices.”

Chips Chipalkatti (Professor of Accounting) and Meena Rishi's (Professor of Economics) paper, “Economic Growth and Reduced Carbon Emissions: The Impact of Carbon Pricing Policies,” has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies

Meena Rishi’s (Professor of Economics) paper, “Increasing Consumer Participation Rates for Green Pricing Programs: A Choice Experiment for South Korea,” co-authored with JH Bae (Chonnam University), has been published in Energy Economics

Eunice Rhee's (Assistant Professor of Management) paper, "Category Viability: Balanced Levels of Coherence and Distinctiveness," co-authored with Jade Lo (Drexel University), Peer Fiss (University of Southern California), and Mark Kennedy (Imperial College), has been accepted for publication in the Academy of Management Review.

Gabe Saucedo’s (Assistant Professor of Accounting) article, “Shifting Styles: Do Auditor Performance Levels Influence the Review Process?” co-authored with Greg Jenkins (Auburn University), Nicole Wright (James Madison University), and Christine Gimbar (DePaul University), has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Auditing

Greg Prussia (Professor of Management) and Rubina Mahsud's (Associate Professor of Management) paper, “Effectiveness of Broad and Specific Leader Behaviors,” co-authored with Gary Yukl (SUNY Albany) and Russell Hassan (The Ohio State University), has been accepted for publication in Personnel Review.

Marc Cohen (Associate Professor of Management) and Dean Peterson's (Associate Professor of Economics) paper, “The Implicit Morality of the Market and Joseph Heath’s Market Failures Approach to Business Ethics,” has been published in the Journal of Business Ethics

Rubina Mahsud (Associate Professor of Management), Jessica Imanaka (Associate Professor of Management), and Greg Prussia (Professor of Management) have had their paper, "Authenticity in Business Sustainability: Overcoming Limitations in Strategic Management Constructs,” accepted for publication in the Sustainability Accounting, Management, and Policy Journal

Jennifer Marrone (Professor of Management), Holly Ferraro (Associate Professor of Management), and Therese Huston's (SU Center for Faculty Development) paper, “A Theoretical Approach to Female Team Leaders' Boundary Work Choices," has been accepted for publication in Group & Organization Management.  

Dean Diavatopoulos (Assistant Professor of Finance) has published a book chapter with Oleg Sokolinskiy (Rutgers University) on, “Stochastic Volatility Models: Faking a Smile,” in the 2019 Handbook of Financial Econometrics, Mathematics, Statistics, and Technology, edited by C.F. Lee, ed., and published by World Scientific. 

Matt Isaac’s (Associate Professor of Marketing) paper, “Retailer Categorization: How Store-Format Price Image Influences Expected Prices and Consumer Choices," has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Retailing

Brian McCullough (Associate Professor of Sport Management Leadership) has published two articles with Melanie Sartore-Baldwin (East Carolina University). One is, “Equity-based Sustainability and Eco-centric Management:  Creating More Ecologically Just Sport Organization Practices,” in Sport Management Review. The second is, “Examining Sports Fans and the Endangered Species Nonhuman Animals who Represent Their Affiliated Team Mascot,” in Society & Animals

Gareth Green's (Associate Professor of Economics) paper, “Discounting Environmental Goods,” co-authored with Timothy Richards (Arizona State University), has been published in the Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics

Matt Isaac’s (Associate Professor Marketing) article, “How the Use of Numerical Versus Percent Rank Claims Influences Consumer Judgments,” co-authored with Julio Sevilla (University of Georgia) and Rajesh Bagchi (Virginia Tech University), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Marketing.  

Carl Obermiller (Professor of Marketing) and Matt Isaac's (Associate Professor of Marketing) article, “Are Green Men from Venus?” has been published in the Journal of Management for Global Sustainability.

Nadeje Alexandre (Senior Advisor of Graduate Programs) and Bill Weis (Professor of Management) had their article, “Bringing Emotional Intelligence to the Jesuit Business Academy: A Program for Deepening the Conversation among Students, Advisers and Faculty,” accepted for publication in Jesuit Higher Education

Misuk Lee (Assistant Professor of Management) received a best paper award for her paper, “Investigating the Impact of Online Browsing Dynamics on Promotion Effectiveness,” presented at the 2018 4th International Conference on Information Management (ICIM2018), in Oxford, UK, May 25-27.

Jessica Imanaka’s (Associate Professor of Business Ethics) paper, "Laudato Si', Technologies of Power, and Environmental Injustice: Toward an eco-politics guided by contemplation", has been accepted for publication in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics

Marinilka Kimbro (Associate Professor of Accounting), Ajay Abraham (Assistant Professor of Marketing), and Jay Lambe's (Associate Professor of Marketing) paper, “Corporate Social Responsibility: The Efficacy of Matched Alliances between Non-for-Profit and Multinational Enterprises in Developed and Emerging Markets,” co-authored with Victoria Jones (UC Irvine), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Management for Global Sustainability.

Lisa Zhao’s (Professor of Management) paper, “Enhancing Supplier’s Involvement in Startup’s Innovation Through Equity Offering and Trust Building,” coauthored with Michael Song (UMKC), Ad De Jong (Copenhagen Business School), Anthony De Benedetto (Temple University),  has been accepted for publication at the International Journal of Innovation Management. 

Teresa Ling’s (Instructor in Economics) article, “Resource Allocation and Outpatient Appointment Scheduling using Simulation Optimization,” co-authored with Carrie Lin and Wing Kwan (City University of Hong Kong), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Healthcare Engineering

Bill Weis (Professor of Management), Nadeje Alexandre (Senior Advisor of Graduate Programs), and Hartley McGrath's (Adjunct in Management) article, “Weltanschauung and the Autobiography: Transforming the Jesuit Business School Experience through Sharing Personal Stories,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Jesuit Business Education.

Peter Brous (Professor of Finance) and David Carrithers's (Instructor in Finance) article, “Creating a Series of Capital Budgeting Cases based on the Buy vs. Build Decision,” has been accepted for publication in Advances in Financial Education.

Rubina Mahsud (Associate Professor of Management) and Greg Prussia's (Professor of Management), “How Leader Networking, External Monitoring, and Representing Are Relevant for Effective Leadership," co-authored with Gary Yukl (SUNY-Albany) and  Russell Hassan (Ohio State), has been accepted for publication in Leadership & Organization Development Journal.

Dennis Applegate's (Lecturer in Accounting) article, “Assessing and Controlling Nonprofit Fraud Risk,” has been accepted for publication in Strategic Finance.

Holly Ferraro (Associate Professor of Management) and Greg Prussia (Professor of Management), along with Albers undergraduate student Shambhavi Mehrotra, have had their article, "The impact of age norms on career transition intentions," accepted for publication in Career Development International. 

Sarah Bee (Senior Instructor in Accounting) and Dennis Applegate (Lecturer in Accounting), along with Mike Koenig (Computer Science), have written a report, Artificial Intelligence – The Data Below, which focuses on potential pitfalls in the integration of AI into Internal Audit practices.  The report has been published by the Internal Audit Foundation, which provides groundbreaking research to the internal audit profession.

Jot Yau (Professor of Finance), Quan Le (Associate Professor of Economics), and Teresa Ling's (Professor of Economics) paper, “Do International Co-Curricular Activities Have Impact on Cultivating Global Mindset in Business School Students?" has been accepted for publication in a special issue of the Journal of Teaching in International Business on Advancing Learning in International Business Related to Global Mindset and Innovation.

Sherry Sun’s (Lecturer in Management) article, “A BDI Modeling Approach for Decision Support in Supply Chain Quality Inspection,” co-authored with  Jiaqi Yan (Nanjing University), Xin Li (City University of Hong Kong), Yani Shi (Southeast University, Nanjing), and Huaiqing Wang (Guangzhou Zhi Yan Technology), has been accepted for publication in  IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: Systems. 

Ajay Abraham’s (Assistant Professor of Marketing) article, "When Does Partitioned Pricing Lead to More Favorable Consumer Preferences? Meta-Analytic Evidence," co-authored with Rebecca Hamilton (Georgetown University), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Marketing Research.   

Colette Hoption’s (Associate Professor of Management) paper, “A Lasting Impression: The Influence of Prior Disciplines on Educational Developer’ Research,” co-authored with David Green (SU Center for Faculty Development) and Deandra Little (Elon University), has been accepted for publication in the International Journal for Academic Development.

Misuk Lee’s (Assistant Professor of Management) article, “Modeling and forecasting hotel room demand based on advance booking information,” has been accepted for publication in Tourism Management.

Stacey Jones’ (Senior Instructor in Economics) article, “The Influence of Service-Learning on the Civic Attitudes and Skills of Japanese Teacher Education Candidates,” co-authored with Jeffrey Anderson (College of Education) and Takeshi Miyazaki (Soka University, Japan), has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Research in Service Learning in Teacher Education

Gabe Saucedo’s (Assistant Professor of Accounting) paper, “Disclosure and Audit Implications of Nonfinancial Measures: A Teaching Case,” co-authored with Matthew Hoag (Gonzaga University), was accepted for publication by Current Issues in Auditing. The manuscript previously won Best Paper Award at the American Accounting Association Western Region Meeting in April, 2017.

Sarah Bee (Senior Instructor in Accounting) and Gabe Saucedo’s (Assistant Professor of Accounting) article, “Accounting Conversations: A Case Study in Auditor Communications,” co-authored with Iram Jafry (PMBA alumna), was accepted for publication by the Review of Business. The manuscript previously received a Best Paper Award at the 2017 Global Business Research Symposium in Cork, Ireland in July, 2017.

2017

Bill Weis’ (Professor of Management) article, “’Laudato Si’ and the Consumption Challenge: Giving Students a Visceral Exercise in Saving our Planet,” co-authored with Susan Jacobson and Abigail Schneider (both at Regis University), has been accepted for publication in Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal

Erin Vernon (Assistant Professor of Economics) has had two articles accepted for publication. The first, “The Sustained Impact of Teacher Encouragement on Elementary Students’ Vegetable Snack Consumption: Initial Findings from a Wisconsin Study," co-authored with Eric Jamelske (Wisconsin -- Eau Claire), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Child Nutrition and Management.  The second has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Applied Business and Economics, and is entitled, "Farm to School Intensity Levels: A Systematic Review and Proposed Measurement Tool," and co-authored with Jessica Price (Oxbow Farm & Conservation Center) and Shoko Kumagai (Farm to School Consultant).

Nathan Colaner (Instructor in Management), Jessica Imanaka (Associate Professor of Management), and Greg Prussia (Professor of Management) have had their paper, “Dialogic Collaboration across Sectors: Partnering for Sustainability,” accepted for publication in Business and Society Review

Katya Emm (Associate Professor of Finance) and Ruben Trevino (Professor of Finance) have had their paper, “Risk and Investment Horizon: Is Time Really Money?” accepted for publication by the Journal of Investing

Ben Kim’s (Professor of Management) article, “Analysis of Big Data to Locate Factors for Flight Delays using Machine Learning Algorithms,” co-authored with Albers PMBA students Ankush Hakhoo, Sambhav Luhadia, and Anh Pham, has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Information and Management

Claus Portner’s (Assistant Professor of Economics) article, “Income Shocks, Contraceptive Use, and Timing of Fertility,” co-authored with Shamma Alam (Dickinson College), has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Development Economics

Ajay Abraham (Assistant Professor of Marketing) and Matt Isaac (Associate Professor of Marketing) have had their article, “Implementing the Challenger Sales Model at Cars.com: A Case Study,” co-authored with Elaine Richards, EVP of Business Operations, Cars.com, accepted for publication by the Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing

Sarah Bee’s (Senior Instructor in Accounting) article, “The Lemonade Stand: An Elementary Case for Introducing Data Analytics,” co-authored with Bradley Schafer (Kennesaw State) and Margaret Garnsey (Siena College), has been accepted for publication in the AIS Educator’s Journal.    

Sherry Sun’s  (Lecturer in Management) article, “How High Should We Go? Determining Reservation Values to Negotiate Successfully for Composite Software Services,” co-authored with Jing Zhao (City University of Hong Kong) and Sumit Sarkar (University of Texas-Dallas), has been published in Information Systems Research.  

Meena Rishi (Professor of Economics) and Chips Chipalkatti's (Professor of Accounting) paper, “’Laudato Si’ and the Papal View of Ecological Debt: An Empirical Exploration,” co-authored with Lita Lobo(MSBA student), has been accepted for publication by the  Journal of Management for Global Sustainability

Katie Fitzpatrick (Associate Professor of Economics) has had her article, “Bank Accounts, Non-bank Financial Transaction Products, and Food Insecurity Among Households with Children,” accepted for publication in the Journal of Consumer Affairs

Quan Le’s (Associate Professor of Economics) paper, “The Case of Café Ambiental, SPC: A New Business Model for a Nicaraguan Fair Trade Cooperative,” co-authored with Braden Wild (Albers junior) and Sue Jackels (College of Science and Engineering), has been accepted for publication in World Development Perspectives

Stacey Jones’ (Senior Instructor in Economics) book chapter, “Labor Unions and the Creation of the Middle Class,” has been published in The American Middle Class:  An Economic Encyclopedia of Progress and Poverty, edited by Robert S. Rycroft.

Gabe Saucedo (Assistant Professor of Accounting) and Sarah Bee (Senior Instructor of Accounting) received Best Paper Honors at the 2017 Global Business Research Conference in Cork, Ireland for their paper, “Accounting Conversations: A Case Study in Auditor Communications.”  The conference was hosted by the University College Cork, July 26-28, 2017.

Jennifer Marrone’s (Associate Professor of Management) article, “Humility: Our Current Understanding of the Construct and its Role in Organizations,” co-authored with Albers Alum, Rob Nielsen, has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Management Reviews.

Cathy Cao’s (Associate Professor of Finance) paper, “Value of Employee Satisfaction During the Financial Crisis,” co-authored with Chongyang Chen (Pacific Lutheran University), has been published in Managerial Finance.

Katya Emm’s (Associate Professor of Finance) paper, “A Newcomer’s Guide through the Jungle of Capital Structure: The Case of Amazon.com,” has been accepted for publication in Advances in Financial Education. It is co-authored with Mishari Albusayyes (PMBA student) and Eric Wehrly (Western Washington University).

Claus Pörtner’s (Assistant Professor of Economics) paper, "Differences in Child Health across Rural, Urban, and Slum Areas: Evidence from India,” has been accepted for publication in Demography.

Holly Ferraro (Associate Professor of Management) and Jennifer Marrone (Associate Professor of Management) have had their case study, “Is this for me?  Career Decision Making within Family Businesses ", accepted for publication in the Case Research Journal.

Jessica Imanaka (Associate Professor of Business Ethics) and Greg Prussia (Professor of Management), along with Albers alumna, Samantha Aw, have had their paper, “’Laudato Si’ and Integral Ecology: A Reconceptualization of Sustainability,” accepted for publication in the Journal of Management for Global Sustainability.

Marinilka Kimbro’s (Assistant Professor of Accounting) article, “Capital Planning, Selection, and Investment: Integrating Sustainability in Decision-Making,” co-authored with Eric Wehrly (Western Washington University), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Management for Global Sustainability.

Bridget Hiedemann (Professor of Economics) and Erin Vernon (Assistant Professor of Economics), along with Bonnie Bowie (College of Nursing), have had their article, "Economic Evaluations of Thrombophilia Screening Prior to Prescribing Combined Oral Contraceptives:  A Systematic and Critical Review," accepted for publication in Applied Health Economics and Health Policy

David Reid’s (Professor of Management) paper, “Absorptive Capacity and Innovation in China," has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Emerging Markets

Bridget Hiedemann’s (Professor of Economics) paper, “Will You Still Want Me Tomorrow? The Dynamics of Families' Long-Term Care Arrangements,” co-authored with Steven Stern (SUNY Stonybrook) and Michelle Sovinsky (University of Mannheim), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Human Resources

Bonnie Buchanan’s (Associate Professor of Finance) book, Securitization and the Global Economy: History and Prospects for the Future, has just been published by Palgrave Macmillan.

Sarah Bee (Senior Instructor in Accounting) and Dennis Applegate (Lecturer in Accounting) have had their paper, “Revisiting Internal Audit Internships," co-authored with Dominique Vincent (chair of the Internal Audit advisory board), accepted for publication in Internal Auditor, the journal of the Internal Audit Institute.

Sarah Bee’s (Senior Instructor in Accounting) paper, “The Lemonade Stand: An Elementary Case for Introducing Data Analytics,” co-authored with Brad Shafer (Kennesaw State University) and Peggy Garnsey (Siena College), has won the Best Education Paper Award at the American Accounting Association Accounting Information System Section midyear meeting that took place January 19-21 in Orlando.

Sharon Lobel’s (Professor of Management) article, “Corporate Social Responsibility and Employee Outcomes: The Role of Country Context,” co-authored with Tay McNamara (Boston College), Monique Valcour (formerly EDHEC in France), Rene Carapinha (Harvard University), and Martha Pitt-Catsouphes (also at Boston College), has been accepted for a special issue of Business Ethics: A European Review

Jessica Imanaka’s (Associate Professor of Business Ethics) article, “Embodying Sustainability: Resilience via Ecological Self-Leadership,” will be published in Somatics Magazine/Journal

Dean Diavatopoulos’ (Assistant Professor of Finance) paper, "Implied Volatility Changes as Evidence of Stock Price Disequilibrium," co-authored with Andy Fodor (Ohio University) has been accepted for publication in The Journal of Investing.

Bonnie Buchanan’s (Associate Professor of Finance) chapter, "Money Laundering and Legal Compliance in the U.S. Financial Services Industry: The Case of Standard Chartered Bank," co-authored with Craig Zabala (Max Planck Institute), will be included in the Handbook of Business and Corruption: Cross-Sectoral Experience, edited by Michael Aßländer and Sarah Hudson, which will be published by Emerald this spring. 

2016

Jay Lambe (Associate Professor of Marketing) has had an article accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Research.  “Firm Boundaries and Transaction Costs: The Complementary Role of Capabilities,” was co-authored with Boge Gulbrandsen and Kare Sandvik (both from Buskerud and Vestfold University, Norway). 

Bo Han’s (Lecturer in Finance) article, “Financial Hedging and Firm Performance: Evidence from Cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions,” co-authored with Zhong Chen and Yeqin Zeng (both at University of Reading, England), has been accepted for publication in European Financial Management

Bill Weis’ (Professor of Management) article, “Jesuit Universities Should be taking the Lead in Modeling the Lessons of Laudato Si,” has been published in Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal

Gabe Saucedo (Assistant Professor of Accounting) has had an article accepted for publication by the Journal of Accounting Education. “Mystery, Inc.: A Big Data Case,” was co-authored with Kathryn Enget (SUNY Albany) and Nicole Wright (Northeastern University). The manuscript previously won the Best Education Paper award at the Northeast Region American Accounting Association meeting in Boston, MA this past October.

Dean Diavatopoulos’s (Assistant Professor of Finance) article, “Anchoring and Probability Weighting in Option Prices,” co-authored with Jared De Lisle (Utah State University), Andy Fodor (Ohio University), and Kevin Krieger (University of West Florida), has been accepted for publication in The Journal of Futures Markets.

Bonnie Buchanan (Associate Professor of Finance) recently coedited a book, "Risk management in Emerging Markets: Issues, Framework and Modeling," with Sabri Boubaker (Champagne School of Management / Groupe ESC Troyes) and Duc Nyugen (IPAG - Paris).  The book has been published by Emerald.

Ben Kim’s (Professor of Management) article, “Analyzing Risks for Home Loans During the Financial Crisis of 2008 using Data Mining,” co-authored with Albers Students Nina Tunas and Adrian Green, has been published in Issues in Information Systems

Bonnie Buchanan (Associate Professor of Finance), Cathy Cao (Assistant Professor of Finance), and Susan Weihrich (Professor of Accounting) have had an article accepted for publication by the Journal of Corporate Finance.  “Uncertainty and Firm Dividend Policy - A Natural Experiment,” was co-authored with Eva Liljeblom (Hanken School of Economics, Finland).

Matt Isaac’s (Associate Professor of Marketing) paper, “Beyond Skepticism: Can Accessing Persuasion Knowledge Bolster Credibility?” co-authored with Kent Grayson (Northwestern University), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Consumer Research

Dennis Applegate’s (Lecturer of Accounting) paper, "Audit Processes Take Flight," co-authored with Tim Boyle (senior audit manager at Boeing), has been published in the October, 2016 edition of Internal Auditor.

Quan Le (Associate Professor of Economics) and Peter Raven (Professor Emeritus of Marketing) have had their paper, “Regional Differences in Behaviors, Attitudes, and Motivations Related to Performance among Women-Owned Microenterprises in Vietnam,” co-authored with Mai Nguyen-Lisovich (Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City), accepted for publication in World Development Perspectives.

Tina Zamora (Associate Professor of Accounting) has received the best paper award from the Journal of Behavioral Research in Accounting (BRIA) for her paper, “Nonfinancial Information Preferences of Investment Professionals,” co-authored with Jeff Cohen (Boston College) and Lori Holder-Webb (Western New England University).  BRIA is published by the American Accounting Association and focuses on behavioral and judgment-based research in accounting.  

Cathy Cao (Assistant Professor of Finance) and Vinay Datar (Professor of Finance) have had their paper, “Value Effect and Macroeconomic Risk,” co-authored with Ben Chen (Pacific Lutheran University), accepted for publication in the Journal of Investing.  Cao has a second paper, “Value of Employee Satisfaction during the Financial Crisis,” also co-authored with Ben Chen, accepted for publication in Managerial Finance. 

Jennifer Marrone’s (Associate Professor of Management) article, “Shared Leadership: A Primer and Teaching Recommendations for Educators,” co-authored with Angelina Kalinovich (recent graduate of the PMBA program), has been accepted for publication in The Journal of Leadership Education

Holly Ferraro (Associate Professor of Management) and Jennifer Marrone (Associate Professor of Management) have had their paper, “Examining Employment Relationship Activities in Family Business Research," accepted for publication in the Journal of Family Business Management

Sarah Bee’s (Senior Instructor of Accounting) paper, “Assembly FG: An Educational Case on MRP II Integrated within ERP,” co-authored with Sherwood Lambert and Robert Calvasi  (University of West Florida) and Dan Woodworth (Terrilium Consulting), has been accepted for publication by Accounting Perspectives

Tina Zamora’s (Associate Professor of Accounting) article, “CSR Disclosure Items Used as Fairness Heuristics in the Investment Decision,” co-authored with Jeffrey Cohen (Boston College) and Helen Brown-Liburd (Rutgers University), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Ethics.

Matt Isaac’s (Associate Professor of Marketing) paper, “Is Eco-Friendly Unmanly? The Green-Feminine Stereotype and Its Effect on Sustainable Consumption,” co-authored with Aaron R. Brough (Utah State University), James E.B. Wilkie (University of Notre Dame), Jingjing Ma (Peking University), and David Gal (University of Illinois at Chicago), has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Consumer Research

Dean Diavatopoulos’ (Assistant Professor of Finance) article, “Does Corporate Governance Matter for Equity Returns?” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Accounting and Finance

Matt Isaac’s (Associate Professor of Business Ethics) article, “When (Firsthand) Experience Matters Less Than You Expect: The Influence of Advertising on Repurchase Decisions,” co-authored with Morgan Poor (University of San Diego), will be published in the Rutgers Business Review

David Arnesen (Professor of Business Law) and Terry Foster's (Associate Professor of Business Law), "Planning for the Known, Unknown and Impossible – Responsible Risk Management to Maximize Organizational Performance", has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences.

Bridget Hiedemann’s (Professor of Economics) paper, “Disability and Labor Market Earnings:  Hearing Earnings Gaps in the United States,” co-authored with SU students Tom Glassman (JD/MSF) and Shandra Benito (BA Social Work), has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Disability Policy Studies.

Jeffrey Smith’s (Professor of Business Ethics) article, “Efficiency and Ethically Responsible Management," has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Ethics.

Greg Magnan’s (Professor of Management) article, “Relational Architecture and Relational Capability: Organizational Levers to Support Strategic Supplier Relationships,” co-authored with Stanley Fawcett (Weber State), Marc Day, and Carola Hillenbrand (both at the Henley School), has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Procurement Management. 

Sarah Bee’s (Senior Instructor in Accounting) article “Assembly FG: An Education Case Study Using QuickBooks as the AIS for a Small Manufacturing Business, co-authored with Sherwood Lambert (West Florida), has been accepted for publication by the AIS Educator Journal.

Joe Barnes's (Lecturer in Marketing) book, "Social Media Ethics Made Easy," that is a guide for students and business leaders about how to implement a social media ethics policy and meet disclosure requirements, as required by the Federal Trade Commission for all businesses, will be published by Business Expert Press.

Jessica Imanaka’s (Associate Professor of Business Ethics) paper, “The Role of the Imagination in Whole Person Education: Creativity, Empowerment, and Transformation,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Jesuit Business Education.

Lisa Zhao's (Professor of Management) article, “Strategic Planning as a Complex and Enabling Managerial Tool,” co-authored with Michael Song (Harbin Institute of Technology), Richard J. Arend (University of Missouri-Kansas City), and Subin Im (Yonsei University), has been published in Strategic Management Journal.

Marinilka Kimbro (Assistant Professor of Accounting) has had her study, “The Accounting Treatment of Goodwill, Idiosyncratic Risk and Market Pricing," co-authored with Danielle Xu (Gonzaga University), accepted for publication in the Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance

Meena Rishi (Professor of Economics) has had two papers accepted for publication.  The first is, “Determinants of CO2 Emissions for Post-Soviet Independent Countries,” co-authored with Jeong Hwan Bae and Dmitriy D. Li (both of Chonnam National University (S. Korea)), which has been accepted for publication in Climate Policy.  The second is, “ASEAN plus Six and Successful FTAs:  Can India Propel Intra-Industry Trade Flows?” co-authored with R.U. Das and J.D. Dubey (both from Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS-New Delhi)), accepted for publication in the Journal of Developing Areas.