May 2, 2012
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Faculty Highlights 2011: Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

Publication, Faculty Highlights


Jack Angel, Grace Conway and Nicholas Koumbiadis coauthored “Ethical Perceptions of Newly Staffed Accountants: An Exploratory Study” in the Journal of Finance and Accountancy, 6, 2011, 5.

Allan Ashley and Zhimin Huang, with X. Cui and Y. Han, published “Manipulation and Equilibrium around Seasoned Equity Offerings” in the International Journal of Information: Technology & Decision Analysis, 10 (5), p. 771–792, 2011, 9. Dr. Ashley, James Hazy, Sviatoslav Moskalev and Mariano Torras wrote “An Econometric Analysis of Ecological Footprint Determinants: Implications for Sustainability” in the International Journal of Sustainable Society, 3 (3), p. 258–275, 2011. Dr. Ashley and James Hazy also cowrote “Unfolding the Future: Bifurcation in Organizing Form and Emergence in Social Systems” in Emergence: Complexity & Organization, 13 (3), p. 57–79, 2011.

Grace Conway and Nicholas Koumbiadis presented “Ethics and Accounting Profession: An Explanatory Study of Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002 and Accounting Students” at the Society for Advancement of Management Conference, Las Vegas, NV, March 2011. Dr. Conway presented “Ethical Perception of Accounting Program Graduates: Is There a Difference between Genders?” at the Academy of Business Disciplines 13th Annual Meeting, Ft. Myers, FL, November 2011.

David Gleicher wrote “Social Action, Dialogism and the Imaginary Community: Toward a Dialogical Critique of Political Economy” in Social Semiotics, 21 (3), p. 381–398, 2011, 6.

Jeffrey Goldstein published the book chapter, “Emergence in Complex Systems” in The SAGE Handbook of Complexity and Management (London: Sage Publications Ltd., 2011). Dr. Goldstein presented “Complexity Science and Innovation” at a research and innovation public lecture series at the University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China, December 2011.

Rakesh Gupta presented the following: “India: Its Current Status and Future Potential” at the Republic Day of India Celebration, Hempstead, NY, January 2011; “Global Ethical Perspectives in/on Business” at the Molloy Institute of Lifelong Learning, Rockville Centre, NY, May 2011; and “College 101: The New Realities in Higher Education” at the Garden City Community Church, Garden City, NY, October 2011.

James Hazy published the book chapter, “More Than a Metaphor: Complexity and the New Rules of Management” in The SAGE Handbook of Complexity and Management (London: Sage Publications Ltd., 2011). He wrote “Parsing the ‘Influential Increment’ in the Language of Complexity: Uncovering the Systemic Mechanisms of Leadership Influence” in the International Journal of Complexity in Leadership and Management, 1 (2), p. 164–191, 2011, and he, Allan Ashley, Sviatoslav Moskalev and Mariano Torras cowrote “Technology Leverage and a Sustainable Society: A Call for Technology Forecasting that Anticipates Innovation” in the International Journal of Society Systems Science, 3 (1/2), p. 5–20, 2011. Dr. Hazy presented “Linking Social Value Creation and Leadership” at the 55th Meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences, Hull University, Hull, United kingdom, July 2011, and “From Convenience Sampling to Crowd Sourcing: Complexity Methods in Organizational Research” at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, August 2011.

Graham Henning wrote “Corporation and Polis” in the Journal of Business Ethics, 103 (2), p. 289–303, 2011, and, with S. Kawabata and K. Miyajima, “I-Thou Relationships in Tourism: The Case of Cross-Cultural Interaction between Okinawan Locals and Japanese Tourists” in Tourism Culture & Communication, 11 (1), p. 43–54, 2011. Dr. Henning presented “Restoration, Recovery, Revolution” at the 29th Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism, Istanbul, Turkey, July 2011.

Pamela Buckle Henning presented “Developing Curriculum for Graduate Self-Study on the Methods, Research, and Applications of Systems Theory” in Chicago, IL, October 2011, and “Systems Thinking: Common Ground or Untapped Territory” at the 55th Meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences, Hull, United kingdom, July 2011.

Zhimin Huang served as guest editor, with L. Liang and S. Wang, of the special issue, “Assessment and Sustainable Society” in the International Journal of Sustainable Society, 3 (3), 2011, and the special issue, “Assessment Methods in Social Systems Science” in the International Journal of Society Systems Science, 3 (1/2), 2011. Dr. Huang and Susan Li, with W. Yuan and W. Zhong, wrote “The Performance Evaluation of Regional R&D Investments in China: An Application of DEA Based on the First Official China Economic Census Data” in OMEGA, The International Journal of Management Science, 39 (4), p. 447–455, 2011.

Maryanne Hyland and David Prottas published “Is High Involvement at Work and Home So Bad? Contrasting Scarcity and Expansionist Perspectives” in The Psychologist Manager Journal, 14 (1), p. 29–51, 2011.

Nicholas Koumbiadis cowrote, with J. Okpara, “Strategic Export Orientation and Internationalization Barriers: Evidence from SMEs in a Developing Economy” in the Journal of International Business and Cultural Studies, 4, p. 71–79, 2011, 1. He presented “US GAAP vs. IFRS: Is It a Marriage?” at the Third World Business and Social Science Research Conference, Las Vegas, NV, October 2011, and “US GAAP and IFRS Standards on Financial Reporting in Regards to the Treatment of Leases” at the 13th Annual Academy of Business Disciplines Conference, Fort Myers Beach, FL, November 2011. He, Grace Conway and Jack Angel presented “Moral Sensitivity: What Has Changed after the Demise of Arthur Andersen?” at the Society for Advancement of Management Conference, Las Vegas, NV, March 2011. Dr. Koumbiadis, Harvey Heinowitz and Arthur Leibowitz presented “A Tale of Two Leases: Is It the Age of Wisdom?” at the Third Annual American Business Research Conference in Garden City, NY, June 2011. He, Grace Conway, Jack Angel and Arthur Leibowitz presented “Accounting Students’ Moral Sensitivity: What Has Changed in Light of Current Economic Downturn?” at the 2011 International Conference of Business and Applied Sciences Academy of North America, Bloomsburg, PA, June 2011.

Yun Lee, with S. Ha, published “Determinants of Consumer-Driven Healthcare: Self-Confidence in Information Search, Health Literacy, and Trust in Information Sources” in the International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing, 5 (1), p. 8–24, 2011, and presented “Consumer Use of the Internet and the knowledge Gap in Healthcare” at the Academy of Marketing Science Annual Conference, Coral Gables, FL, May 2011.

Anthony Libertella, Samuel Natale, Dennis Payette and Sebastian Sora wrote the book chapter “The Empathic Face of Organization” in The New Faces of Organizations in the 21st Century, Volume 1 (Canada: NAISIT Publishers, 2011). Dr. Libertella and Dennis Payette published “Nascent Leadership Behaviors” in the American Journal of Business Education, 4 (6), p. 19–34, 2011.

Samuel Natale authored, with C. Doran, “Marketization of Education: An Ethical Dilemma” in the Journal of Business Ethics, online, July 2011. He presented “Ethical Conflicts in Business” at the inaugural conference of the Kellogg Centre for the Study of Governance and Transparency, Oxford, England, January 2011.

Ganesh Pandit cowrote, with A. Rubenfield, “Has Sarbanes-Oxley Act Curtailed the Growth in Auditor Compensation or Just Changed Its Composition? A Look at More Recent Evidence” in the International Journal of Disclosure and Governance, 8, p. 31–42, 2011, 4.

David Prottas published “Person-Environment Fit and Self-Employment: Opportunities and Needs for Achievement, Affiliation, Autonomy, and Dominance” in the North American Journal of Psychology, 13 (3), p. 403–426, 2011, and, with T. Diamante and J. Sandys, “The U.S. Domestic Workforce Use of Employee Assistance Support Services: An Analysis of Ten Years of Calls” in the Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 26 (4), p. 296–312, 2011.

Soon Ryoo published “Banks with Market Power, Sectoral Structure and the Big Push” in the Journal of Economics, 103 (1), p. 1–38, 2011. He presented “Bank Profitability, Leverage and Financial Instability” at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Eastern Economic Association, New York, NY, February 2011, at the Political Economy Workshop, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, November 2011, and at the International Confederation of Associations for Pluralism in Economics Third Triennial Research Conference, Amherst, MA, November 2011. He also presented, with P. Skott, “Public Debt and Full Employment” at the 15th Conference of the Research Network Macroeconomics and Macroeconomic Policies, Berlin, Germany, October 2011, and “The Public-Debt Obsession” at the 37th Annual Conference of the Eastern Economic Association, New York, NY, February 2011.

Joyce Silberstang authored “Learning Gender: The Effects of Gender-Role Stereotypes on Women’s Lifelong Learning and Career Advancement Opportunities” in The Oxford Handbook of Lifelong Learning (Oxford Library of Psychology), p. 370–388 (New York: Oxford University Press, Inc., 2011).

Darko Skorin-Kapov cowrote, with J. Skorinkapov, “A Note on Steiner Tree Games” in Networks, An International Journal, online, 2011, 3.

Monica Yang presented “Cross-Border M&As by Chinese MNEs 1990–2010” at City College-CUNY, New York, NY, March 2011, and “Outward Foreign Direct Investment Strategies by Firms from Emergent Markets: Literature Review” at the 48th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Academy of Management, Boston, MA, May 2011, and at the 71st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, San Antonio, TX, August 2011.

Jiang Zhang published the following: with L. Bai and P. Newsom, “Teaching Utility Theory with an Application in Modern Portfolio Optimization” in the Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, 9 (1), p. 107–112, 2011, 1; with J. Szmerekovsky and V. Tilson, “Analytical Model of Adoption of Item Level RFID in a Two-Echelon Supply Chain with ShelfSpace and Price-Dependent Demand” in Decision Support Systems, 51 (4), p. 833–841, 2011, 11; Dr. zhang presented, with L. Bai, “A Network-Based Approach for Hospital Capacity Management in a Pandemic” at INFORMS Healthcare 2011 Conference, Montreal, QC, Canada, June 2011.

This piece appeared in the Erudition 2012 edition.
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