Harrison, R.L., "Using Mixed Methods Designs in the Journal of Business Research, 1990-2010." Journal of Business Research, Vol. 66, No. 11, 2013, p.2153-2162.
Curkovic, S., Scannell, T., and Wagner, B., "Using FMEA for Supply Chain Risk Management." Modern Management Science & Engineering, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2013.
Curkovic, S., Scannell, T., "Identifying the Factors for Successfully Managing Supply Chain Risks." The World Financial Review, September/October, 2013, p.60-63.
Fitzsimmons, S., "Multicultural Employees: A Framework for Understanding How They Contribute to Organizations." Academy of Management Review, Vol. 38, No. 4, 2013, p.525-549.
McIver, D., Lengnick-Hall, C., Lengnick-Hall, M., and Ramachandran, I., "Understanding Work and Knowledge Management from a Knowledge-in-Practice Perspective." Academy of Management Review, Vol. 38, No. 4, 2013, p.597-620.
Targowski, A., "Harnessing the Power of Wisdom: from Data to Wisdom." Nova Science Pub Inc, 2013.
Curkovic, S., Scannell, T., and Wagner, B. "ISO 31000 and Supply Chain Risk Management: A Longitudinal Study." American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, Vol. 3, No. 6, 2013.
Scannell, T., Peterson, K., and Curkovic, S. “The Value Contribution of Manufacturing Technology Suppliers.” The Journal of Business Administration Research, Vol. 2, No. 2, 2013, p. 39-49.
Fitzsimmons, S.R., Flanagan, D.J., and Wang, X.A. “Comparing why Business students choose short-term or long-term study abroad opportunities.” Journal of Teaching in International Business. Accepted and Forthcoming.
Fitzsimmons, S.R., and Stamper, C. "Cultural Influences on Fit and Friction in the Employee-Employer Relationship." Human Resource Management Review. Accepted and Forthcoming
Korth, C., “Sensible tax reform—simple.” Morgan – James Publishing, to be published in February 2014.
Scannell, T., Curkovic, S., and Wagner, B. “Integration of ISO 31000: 2009 and Supply Chain Risk Management.” American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, Vol. 3, No. 4, 2013, p.367-377.
Curkovic, S., and Scannell, T. “Identifying the Factors for Successfully Managing Supply Chain Risks.” Accepted and Forthcoming.
Curkovic, S., Scannell, T., and Wagner, B. “Using FMEA for Supply Chain Risk Management.” Accepted and Forthcoming: Modern Management Science & Engineering, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2013.
Edmonds, T., Flanagan, D., and Palmer, T. "Law School Intentions of Undergraduate Business Students." American Journal of Business Education, Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. 279-290.
Mueller, J. and Kushev, T. "Immigrants, New Firms, and Patents," Industry Studies Asociation Conference, Kansas City, MO, May 2013.
Schultz, R., Schwepker, C., and Good, D. "Understanding the Impact of Quota Participation and Difficulty on Sales Performance." Accepted and Forthcoming: Journal of Selling and Major Account Management.
Scannell, T., Curkovic, S., Wagner, B, and Vitek, M. “Integration of ISO 31000: 2009 and Supply Chain Risk Management.” Accepted and Forthcoming: American Journal of Industrial and Business Management.
Curkovic, S., Scannell, T., Wagner, B., and Vitek, M. “Supply Chain Risk Management within the Context of COSO’s of Enterprise Risk Management Framework.” Accepted and Forthcoming: Modern Management Science & Engineering.
Palthe, J., “Integrating Human Rights in Business Education: Embracing the Social Dimension of Sustainability,” Journal of Education for Business, 88: 117-124, 2013.
Han, B., and Falan, S., "Did We Interpret the Same Thing?," International Journal of Nursing Knowledge, Vol 24, No. 1, pp. 2-14, 2013.
Scannell, T., Curkovic, S., Wagner, B, and Vitek, M. “A Longitudinal Study of Supply Chain Risk Management Relative to COSO’s of Enterprise Risk Management Framework.” The Journal of Business Administration Research, Vol. 2, No.1, 2013, p. 15-29.
Dr. Stacey Fitzsimmons, assistant professor of management, Yih-teen Lee, and Mary Yoko Brannen, had their article, “Marginals as Global Leaders: Why they might just excel!” published in the Nov/Dec 2012 issue of The European Business Review.
Dr. Tom Scannell, associate professor of management, Dr. Sime Curkovic, professor of management, Lindquist, R., professor emeritus of marketing, and Isaac, M., their paper, "How Steelcase Put Procurement in Forefront of Risk Management." has been accepted and is forthcoming, November 2012: Supply Chain Management Review.
Dr. Judy Swisher, chair of finance and commercial law, had her paper, "CEO compensation at US banks: Pay for performance?" accepted for publication and is forthcoming in the Journal of International Finance and Economics.
Dr. Sime Curkovic, professor of management, was chief editor of "Sustainable Development – Authoritative and Leading Edge Content for Environmental Management." ISBN 978-953-51-0682-1, hard cover, 588 pages, Publisher: InTech, Published August 01, 2012 under CC BY 3.0 license, in the subject of Life Sciences.
Dr. Roberta Schultz, associate professor of marketing, Dr. Charles H. Schwepker, Jr. (University of Central Missouri) and Dr. David J. Good (Grand Valley State University),will have their paper, "An Exploratory Study of Social Media in Business-to-Business Selling: Salesperson Characteristics, Activities and Performance" published in Marketing Management Journal, Vol. 22 No. 2, forthcoming in Fall 2012.
Adri De Ridder and David A. Burnie, professor of finance and Jonas Rasbrant, “Institutional Investors’ Holdings Surrounding Equity Rights Offerings’, Global Finance Journal 23 (2012), pp. 125-140.
David Burnie, professor of finance, and Erdal Gunay, had their article, Corporate Earnings, “Stock Market Valuation and the Volatility Risk”, Decision Sciences Institute Midwest Region, Online Proceedings, (text numbered) pp. 19 -24, Grand Rapids MI., April 2012.
David A. Burnie, professor of finance, Adri De Ridder, and Jonas Rasbrant, had their article, “Institutional Investors’ Holding Surrounding Equity Rights Offerings," Decision Sciences Institute Midwest Region, Online Proceedings, (text numbered) pp. 35 -57, Grand Rapids MI., April 2012.
Ekpo, Akon, assistant professor of marketing, had her article, "Towards Marketplace Diversity: A Multi-measure, Multi-dimensional Study of the Journal of Public Policy and Marketing", accepted for publication in the Journal of Public Policy and Marketing, a premier academic and professional journal that chronicles and analyzes the joint impact of marketing and governmental policies and actions on economic performance, consumer welfare, and business decisions.
Lancendorfer, Karen, associate professor, Marketing, has received funding from a FRACAA grant to collect presidential campaign data this fall. Dr. Lancendorfer's research will focus on how voters respond to negative political advertising messages during the U.S. presidential election.
Razi, M., professor of business information systems, and Madani, H. had their paper, “An analysis of attributes that impact adoption of audit software: An empirical study in Saudi Arabia,” accepted for publication in the International Journal of Accounting and Information Management (IJAIM).
Quraeshi, Z. A., professor of marketing, Luqmani, M., chair of marketing, and Veeck, A, professor of marketing had their article, “Advancing the Participation of Business Students in Study Abroad Programs,” published in Global Journal of Management and Business Research Vol. 12, No. 11( refereed). July 2012.
Dr. Sime Curkovic, professor of management, is the chief editor of a new book "Sustainable Development - Authoritative and Leading Edge Content for Environmental Management," recently released online. Access to the book can be reached at Intech.
Dr. Roberta Schultz, associate professor of marketing, and co-authors Dr. Charles H. Schwepker, Jr. (University of Central Missouri) and Dr. David J. Good (Grand Valley State University) had their paper, “Social Media Usage: Investigation of B2B Salespeople,” accepted for publication in a forthcoming issue of American Journal of Business .
Dr. Dan Farrell, professor of management, coauthored "Patterns of Political Behavior" with Dr. James Petersen, (University of North Carolina-Greensboro and formerly of WMU) for the forthcoming Encyclopedia of Management Theory. Farrell was asked to be a contributor because of an article published by Academy of Management Review which has been cited over 150 times; one third of the citings involved studies of whistle-blowing. Other contributors in the edition include some of the best-known people in the field of management, including Amatai Etzoni and David Whetten.
Dr. Bernard Han, professor of business information systems, and Dr. Sharie Falan (College of Health and Human Services) co-authored a research paper titled "Did We Interpret the Same Thing?" The paper was accepted and will appear in International Journal of Nursing Knowledge.
Dr. Bernard Han, professor of business information systems, and Dr. Sharie Falan (College of Health and Human Services) co-edited a special issue of International Journal of Healthcare Information Systems and Informatics, in which a refereed commentary paper titled "Integrating Health Information Technology with Relationship-centered Care: A New Move in Health Care" will be published.
Dr. Roberta J. Schultz, associate professor of marketing, co-authored a paper, "The Impact of Trust in Manager on Unethical Intention and Customer-Oriented Selling," with Charles H. Schwepker, Jr., (University of Central Missouri). It was accepted for publication in Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing.
Dr. Kelley O'Reilly, assistant professor of marketing, and coauthors Dr. David Paper and Dr. Sherry Marx (both of Utah State University), had their paper "Demystifying Grounded Theory for Business Research" published in Organizational Research Methods (the affiliate of Academy of Management).
Dr. Karen M. Lancendorfer, associate professor of marketing, Dr. Robert Reck, professor of marketing, and Dr. Hanjoon Lee (Hanyang University, formerly of WMU), have had their paper "Perceptual Differences in Corporate Philanthropy Motives: A South Korean Study" published in the International Journal of Non-Profit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, 17 (February 2012), 33-47.
Dr. Roberta J. Schultz, associate professor of marketing, and Dr. Charles H. Schwepker, Jr. (University of Central Missouri) had their paper "Boomers vs. Millennials: Critical Conflict Regarding Sales Culture, Salesforce Recognition, and Supervisor Expectations" accepted for publication in International Journal of Business, Humanities and Technology.
Dr. Roberta J. Schultz, associate professor of marketing, and Dr. Charles H. Schwepker, Jr. (University of Central Missouri) and Dr. David J. Good (Grand Valley State University) had their paper "Generational Research in the Sales Arena" accepted for publication in Innovative Marketing.
Dr. Roger Y. W. Tang, professor of accountancy and Upjohn Chair of Business Administration, and Dr. Ali M. Metwalli, professor of finance, had their paper "Mergers and Acquisitions in Greater China: An Update" published in the January/February, 2012 edition of Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance.
Dr. Jennifer Palthe, associate professor of management, had her paper titled "Integrating Human Rights in Business Education: Embracing the Social Dimension of Sustainability" accepted for publication in the Journal of Business for Education.
Dr. Ali M. Metwalli, professor of finance, and Dr. Roger Y. W. Tang, professor of accountancy and Upjohn Chair of Business Administration, had their paper "Mergers and Acquisitions in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh" accepted for publication in the International Journal of Commerce and Management.
Dr. Ola Smith, associate professor of accountancy, Dr. Roger Y. W. Tang, professor of accountancy and Upjohn Chair of Business Administration, and Dr. Paul San Miguel, assistant professor of accountancy, had their paper "Arab American Entrepreneurship in Detroit Michigan" accepted for publication in the American Journal of Business.
Dr. Satish Deshpande, associate dean for operations and graduate programs and professor of management, and Dr. Jim DeMello, professor of finance, had their paper on “Career Satisfaction of Psychiatrists,” published in the September, 2011 edition of Psychiatric Services.
Dr. Kelley O'Reilly, assistant professor of marketing, and Dr. Sherry Marx (Utah State University) had an article published in Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal (Volume 14 (4), 330-359), titled, "How young, technical consumers determine online WOM credibility."
Alicia Izquierdo Yusta (WMU Visiting Professor from University of Burgos, Spain) and Dr. Roberta J. Schultz, published “Understanding The Effect Of Internet Convenience On Intention To Purchase Via The Internet,” (2011), Vol. 5 (4 Fall) Journal of Marketing Development & Competitiveness, pp. 32-50.
Dr. Robert L. Harrison, assistant professor of marketing, co-authored a book chapter, with James Gentry and Suraj Commuri, titled, “Gender Role Transition to Involved Parenting: The Role of Household Production and Consumption in the Lives of Single Fathers,” in the forthcoming book, “Gender, Culture and Consumer Behavior.”
Dr. Kelley O'Reilly, assistant professor of marketing, and co-author, David Paper, had an article published in the Journal of Research in Marketing and Entrepreneurship titled "Can CRM Survive Integrating Franchisees with a Corporate Giant?" In addition, O’Reilly had an invited editorial article published, with co-author David Paper, Ph.D from Utath State University, over the summer. The article was published in Information Resources Management Journal titled "Technology's 'Sweet Spot' for Customer Service Improvement."
Dr. Andrew Targowski, professor of BIS, published a book titled “Cognitive Informatics and Wisdom Development.” The book explores the role of wisdom in scholarly research and investigates the interdisciplinary approach to the topic
Arugaslan, O. and Jarrell, S. (2010). The effect of product market strategies on the financial and ownership structures of firms. Management Research News, 33(5), 512-525.
Arugaslan, O. and Samant, A. (2010). Risk-adjusted returns on American depositary receipts from the U.K. and Ireland. The Business Review, Cambridge.
Arugaslan, O., Cook, D., and Kieschnick, R. (In press). Is liquidity really a priced risk factor? Global Conference on Business and Finance Proceedings.
Arugaslan, O., Cook, D. and Kieschnick, R. (2010). On the decision to go public with dual class stock. Journal of Corporate Finance 16 (2), 170-181.
Athappilly, K., Razi, M. and James, A. (2010). Buying patterns at a retail chain store: Neural net, affinity and market basket analysis. Communications of the ICISA, 11 (1).
Athappilly, K., Razi, M. and Tarn, J. (2010). A multi-technique data mining approach to exploring consumer behaviors. Human Systems Management, 29 (3), 153-163.
Bakir, A. and Palan, K. M. (2010). How are children’s attitudes toward ads and brands affected by gender-related content in advertising? Journal of Advertising, 39 (1), 35-48.
Bakir, A. and Palan, K. M. (In press). Agentic and communal orientation: Multinational analysis of gender portrayal in children’s television commercials. Journal of Current Issues in Research and Advertising.
Berry, K., Joseph, J. and Deshpande S.P. (2010). Factors that impact the ethical behavior of college students. Contemporary Issues in Education Research Journal, 3, 5, 27 – 34.
Blackford, B., Gentry, J.W., Harrison, R.L. and Carlson, L. (In press). The prevalence and influence of the combination of humor and violence in Super Bowl commercials? Journal of Advertising.
Burnie, D. A. and De Ridder, A. (2010). Fat tail or extreme day returns, mutual fund cash flows and investment behavior. Applied Financial Economics, 20 (16), August, 1241 – 1256.
Burns, A. C., Weathers, D., Veeck, A. and Bush, R. F. (2010). Teaching marketing research backwards. Proceedings of the 2010 American Marketing Association Winter Meetings.
Carlson, L. and Harrison, R. L. (2010). Family public policy in the United States. Journal of Macromarketing 30, 4, 320-330.
Carey, T. A., Flanagan, D. J. and Palmer, T. B. (In press). An examination of university student entrepreneurial intentions by type of venture. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship.
Chen, K., Chen, V. and Ross, W. (2010). Antecedents of online game dependency – The implications of multimedia realism and uses and gratifications theory. Journal of Database Management, 21(2), pp. 69-99.
Chen, K., Razi, M. and Rienzo, T. (In press). Intrinsic factors for continued ERP learning – A precursor to inter-disciplinary ERP curriculum design. Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education.
Curkovic, S. and Sroufe, R. (2010). Using ISO 14000 to promote a sustainable supply chain strategy. The International Journal of Business Strategy and the Environment.
DeMello, J. and Deshpande, S. (2010). An empirical investigation of factors influencing career satisfaction of primary care physicians. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, 23 (6) 762-769.
DeMello, J. and Deshpande,S. P.(In press). A comparative analysis of factors that hinder primary care physicians’ and specialist physicians’ ability to provide high quality care. The Health Care Manager..
Deshpande, S.P., Joseph, J., and Shu, X. (2010). Ethical Climate and Managerial Success in China. Journal of
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Deshpande, S.P. and Joseph, J. (2010). The impact of ethical values and perceptions of ethical conduct on counterproductive behavior of future managers. Advances in Competitiveness Research, 18 (1&2) 89-101.
Dykxhoorn, H. and Sinning, K.E. (2010). A review and analysis of international accounting research in JIAAT: 2002 – 2010. Journal of International Accounting, Auditing and Taxation 19, (2), 137-153.
Dykxhoorn, H. and Sinning, K.E. (2010). Helping small businesses provide health care coverage. The CPA Journal, December.
Edmonds, T., Stevenson, L. and Swisher, J. (In press). Consumer credit: The next shoe to drop or a bullet dodged? Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues.
Edmonds, T., Stevenson, L. J. and Swisher, J. L. (In press). Forgive us our debts: The great recession of 2008-09. Journal of Legal, Ethical, and Regulatory Issues.
Edmonds, T., Stevenson, L. J. and Swisher, J. L. (2010). Forgive us our debts: The great recession of 2008-09. Proceedings of the Allied Academies International Internet Conference.
Epp, A. M., Gentry, J. W., Harrison, R. L. and Menzel Baker, S. (In press). Family. in Dale Southerton (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Consumer Culture, CQ Press.
Falan, S. and Han, B. (In press.) Moving towards efficient, safe, and meaningful health care: Issues for automation. International Journal of Electronic Healthcare.
Farrell, D. and Petersen, J.C. (2010). The growth of Internet research methods and the reluctant sociologist. Sociological Inquiry, 80, (1), 114-125.
Flanagan, D, J., O’Shaughnessy, K.C. and Palmer, T. B. (In press). Re-assessing the relationship between the fortune reputation data and financial performance: Overwhelming influence or just a part of the puzzle? Corporate Reputation Review.
Gentina, E., Palan, K. M. and Fosse-Gomez, M. H. (In press). The practice of using makeup: A consumption ritual of adolescent girls. Journal of Consumer Behavior.
Gentry, J. W. and Harrison, R. L. (2010). Is advertising a barrier to gender role change? Marketing Theory, 10, 1, 74-96.
Hahn, T., O’Neill, M. and Swisher, J. (2010). What Does book-to-market proxy: Risk or investor sentiment? Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, 14 (3), 85-100.
Harrison, R. L., Veeck, A. and Gentry, J. W. (In press). A life course perspective of family meals via the life grid method. Journal of Historical Research in Marketing, 3, (2).
Harrison, R. L. and Reilly, T. (In press). Mixed method research designs in marketing. Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal, 14, 2.
Hines, C., Kreuze, J. and Langsam, S. (2010). GASB 54 now in effect: Changes in fund balance reporting and government fund type definitions. Leader’s Edge (Michigan CPA), July/August.
Kam, H. and Katerattanakul, P. (2010). Collaborative learning with Web 2.0 technology: Synchronicity Dimension. Proceeding of the 16th Americas Conference on Information Systems, Lima, Peru.
Kreuze, J., Langsam, S. and Hines, C. (In press). An analysis of Lehman Brothers bankruptcy and repo 105 transactions. American journal of Business.
Lancendorfer, K. M. and Reece, B.B. (In press). Can you market God? A case study of the ‘God Speaks’ social marketing campaign. International Journal of Non-Profit and Voluntary Sector Marketing.
Lancendorfer, K. M. and Lee, B. (2010). Who influences whom? The Agenda-building relationship between political candidates and the media in the 2002 Michigan governor’s race. Journal of Political Marketing, 9 (3), 186-206.
Laosethakul, K. and Leingpibul, D. (In press). An investigation into the relationship between gender perception of computing. Computer self-efficacy, and anxiety: Comparison between the US and India. International Journal of Information Systems and Social Change.
Laosethakul, K. and Leingpibul, T. (2010). Why females do not choose computing? A lesson learned from China. Multicultural Education & Technology Journal (METJ), 4, (3).
Larson, R. and Stinson, T. (2010). Resource allocations to address perceived food safety and food security risks. Research Report presented at the Annual Meeting of the Food Distribution Research Society in Sandestin, FL, on October 20.
Larson, R. (2010). Marketing with social media: My introduction. Spring Symposium –The Opportunities and Challenges of Social Media in the Food Industry of the Food Industry Center, Minneapolis, MN. [Posted on the web: http://foodindustrycenter.umn.edu/vd/Events/Larson4-28-10.pdf].
Leingpibul, D., Broyles, S. A., Ross, R. H. and Foster, B. M. (In press). Brand equity’s antecedent/consequence relationships in cross-cultural settings. Journal of Product and Brand Management.
Luqmani, M. and Luqmani, Z. (2010). International retailing and strategies in economic development. International Conference on Marketing, June 23-24 Abstract-ICMAR Conference Proceedings.
Luqmani, M. and Quraeshi Z. (In press). Privatizing state-owned enterprises: A model for developing countries. Journal of International Commerce and Management.
Mangla, I. U. and Uppal, J. (In press). Some pitfalls in Islamic banking and finance practices: A global perspective. Journal of Academy of Finance.
Martz, W. (In press). Validating an evaluation checklist using a mixed method design. Evaluation and Program Planning, doi:10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2009.10.005
Mesmer-Magnus, J., Visweswaran, C., Deshpande, S. P., & Joseph, J. (2010). Emotional Intelligence, Individual
Ethicality, and Perceptions that Unethical Behavior Facilitates Success. Revista de psicología del trabajo y de las organizaciones/Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 26, 1, 35-45.
Newell, S. J., Belonax, J. P., McCardle, M. and Plank, R. (In press). The effect of personal relationship and consultative task behaviors on buyer perceptions of salesperson trust, expertise and loyalty. Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice.
O’Neill, M., Song, M. and Swisher, J. (In press). How does Prior Information Affect Analyst Forecast Herding? Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal.
Palan, K. M., Gentina, E. and Muratore, I. (2010). Adolescent consumption autonomy: A cross-cultural examination. Journal of Business Research, 63 (12), 1342-1348.
Palan, K. M., Morrow, P. C. Trapp III, Al and Blackburn, V. (In press). Compulsive buying behavior in college students: The mediating role of credit card use. Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice.
Parker, B. J. (2010). A conceptual framework for understanding female entrepreneurship. Journal of Research on Women and Gender, 1, March. http://jrwg.mcgs.txstate.edu/submissions/copyright/Volume-1. html.
Quraeshi, Z.A. and Luqmani, M. (In press). A framework for building competitive sectoral capabilities in developing countries. Competitiveness Review.
Quraeshi, Z., Luqmani, M., Schultz, R. and Osman Zain. (2010). Conscientious marketing: Making a difference in people’s lives. Innovative Marketing, 6 (4), 62-70.
Quraeshi, Z., Luqmani, M., and Yavas,U. (In press). Towards a framework for applying U.S. economic sanctions. World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development.
Razi, M., Athappilly, K. and Rea, A. (2010). The community health information system (CHIS): Delivering web-based customized healthcare using an AI-infused expert system. International Journal of Electronic Healthcare, 5, (3), 303-325.
Rienzo, T. and Han, B. (2010). Learning business process integration: Step by step is only the first step, Decision Line, 41, (2), March.
Rienzo, T. and Han, B. (In press). Does ERP hands-on experience help students learning business process concepts? Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education.
Rodríguez-Campos, L., Martz, W. and Rincones-Gómez, R. (2010). Applying the model for collaborative evaluation to a multicultural seminar in a nonprofit setting. Journal of Multidisciplinary Evaluation, 6 (13), 78-86.
Schultz, R. J. and Good, D. J. (2010). The sales entrepreneur: A new generation of challenges and opportunities. Southern Business Review, 2 (35) 15-24.
Schultz, R. J. (2010). Social network sites. Refereed proceedings of the 2010 International Allied Academies Conference, New Orleans Academy of Marketing Studies.
Smith, O. and San Miguel, P. Should we audit the Fed? (2010). Journal of Corporate Accounting & Finance, 22-6, September/October.
Smith, O., Tang, R. and Metwalli, A. (2010). Foreign investment: Impact on China’s economy. Journal of Corporate Accounting & Finance, Issue 22-6, September/October, 2010.
Sun, L., Han, B. and Tarn, J. (2010). Information technology education in the top accounting programs: A comparison between China and the United States. International Journal of Management Theory and Practice, 11 (1), 75-93.
Tang, R., Metwalli, A. and Smith, O.M. (2010). Foreign investment: Impact on China’s economy. The Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance. 21, (6), September/ October, 25-40.
Targowski, A. (2010). The clash of peoples in civilizations: A comparative modeling perspective. Comparative Civilizations Review, 62, Spring.
Veeck, A. (2010). Encounters with extreme foods: Neophobic/neophilic tendencies and novel food. Journal of Food Product Marketing, 16 (2) 246-260.
Veeck, A., Yu, H. and Burns. A. (2010). Consumer risks and new food systems in Urban China. Journal of Macromarketing, 30 (3), 222-237.
Veeck, A., Burns, A. C., Yu, H. and Veeck, G. (2010). The modernization of food systems and social stratification: Opportunity and inequality in urban China. Macromarketing Seminar Proceedings.
Yaman, D. (In press). Long-run operating performance of preferred stock issuers. International Journal of Business and Finance Research.
Yaman, D. (In press). Convertible bond design and long-run operating performance. International Journal of Business and Finance Research.
Zhong, K., Welker, R. and Gribbin, D. W. (2010). Method-shifting in aggressive earnings reporting: The case of the US software industry’s response to new US regulation. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, September/October 2010, 37 (7) & (8), 792-814.