Public Media & Recognition

Melissa Thomasson, Julian Lange Professor of Economics, was quoted in an article in the Dayton Daily News titled, "Premier to sell insurance business after $40M loss in 2 years."

Austin Smith, Assistant Professor of Economics, was quoted by the Columbus Dispatch in an article titled, "Daylight Saving Time: 4 questions answered."

David Eyman, an instructor in Entrepreneurship, was the subject of a feature in The Miami Student titled, "FSB Professor Wants to be Everything"

John-Patrick Paraskevas, assistant professor of management, was extensively quoted in an article in US News & World Report titled, "How California's Wildfires Will Affect Napa Valley Wines."

Billy Brink, Assistant Professor of Accountancy was quoted in an article in US News and World Report titled, "What a Tax Overhaul Could Mean for You."

Monique Frost, Director of Professional Development, was quoted extensively in an article in GoodCall, titled, "Should You Work for the Family Business to Gain Experience?"

Joe Rode, Professor of Management's article, "A time-lagged study of emotional intelligence and salary" in the Journal of Vocational Behavior, was the basis for an article in Psychology Today titled, "Why the Emotionally Intelligent May Earn More Money."

Jim Friedman, White Family Clinical Faculty in Entrepreneurship, was the subject of a feature article in Biz Ed magazine titled, "Whole-Brain Thinking."

Melissa Thomasson, Julian Lange Professor of Economics & Director of Graduate Studies was tapped as an expert on the US health care system and provided expert witness testimony to the US Senate Committee on Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs in Washington.

Megan Gerhardt, Professor of Management & Leadership and Co-Director, The Isaac & Oxley Center for Business Leadership was interviewed for an article in the Chronicle of Higher Education titled, "Retaining International Students: What Works, What Doesn't."

Mark Lacker, John W. Altman Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurship, was featured by The Garage Group in an educator spotlight.

Monique Frost, Associate Director of Professional Development, was quoted extensively in an August 9 article in Good Call titled, "Should Recent Grads Take Any Job They Can Get to Avoid Living at Home?"

Analisa Packham, assistant professor of economics, was featured in The Washington Post for her research into the correlation between shoplifting and food stamps.

Analisa Packham, assistant professor of economics, was featured in Huffington Post for her research into Planned Parenthood funding.

Glenn Platt, C. Michael Armstrong Professor of Network Technology & Management and Director of Interactive Media Studies, was quoted in a New York Times article about the capabilities of the Amazon Echo.

Heidi McKee, Roger and Joyce L. Howe Professor and Howe Writing Initiative Director, was cited in an Entrepreneur article about the importance of teaching communications skills to college students. "Why Jargon Is Bad for Your Business -- and How To Eliminate It."

Melissa Thomasson, Julian Lange Professor of Economics and director of graduate studies for the economics department, was quoted extensively in an article for Mic about the GOP efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. "Republicans are reportedly worried Democrats will pass single-payer health care if ACA repeal fails."

Glenn Platt, C. Michael Armstrong Professor of Network Technology & Management and Director of Interactive Media Studies, was featured in an NBC News article about the growth of the video gaming industry.

Lee Biggerstaff, assistant professor of finance, made an appearance on Malcolm Gladwell's podcast "Revisionist History."

Glenn Platt, C. Michael Armstrong Professor of Network Technology and Management, was quoted in Reason: "Are You Ready for the "Intimacy Economy"?

William Even, Raymond E. Glos Professor in Business, was quoted in the Columbia Missourian in an article about minimum wage. "GUEST COMMENTARY: Raising minimum wage would have been bad for St. Louis job seekers."

Rocky Newman, professor of management, had a piece published in Fortune Insiders about the allure of Elon Musk's company, Tesla. "The Real Reason Investors Can't Get Enough of Tesla."

James Brock, Bill R. Moeckel Professor of Economics, was quoted in the Cincinnati Enquirer about a possible Cincinnati recession. "Experts: Recession not imminent in Cincinnati despite tight budgets."

Brad Bays, senior director of the MBA program, spoke with Journal News about how to choose the right MBA program: "How to know which MBA program is right for you."

Melissa Thomasson, Julian Lange Professor of Economics and Director of Graduate Studies for the ECON department, was quoted in a NewsWorks article titled, "The pre-existing condition conundrum before and after the ACA."

Melissa Thomasson, Julian Lange Professor of Economics and Director of Graduate Studies for the ECON department, was quoted in the Financial Times article, "Employers can help fix American healthcare."

John Bowblis, Associate Professor of Economics, was quoted in the Dayton Daily News in an article on hospital CEO compensation.

Austin Smith, assistant professor of economics, was quoted in several articles about how Daylight Saving Time can lead to irritability, mood swings and an uptick in car crashes. Austin's original research was published in the American Economic Journal in 2016.

Annie Farrell, Endres Associate Professor Fellow of Accountancy, was recently cited in an article for Science News: "Nudging people to make good choices can backfire."

Michael McCarthy, professor and interim chair of the marketing department, was quoted in the Columbus Dispatch in an article about the new logo for American Electric Power.

Glenn Platt, C. Michael Armstrong Professor of Network Technology and Management and Director of Interactive Media Studies, was quoted in a NewsmaxFinance article about the monetization of social media.

Glenn Platt, C. Michael Armstrong Professor of Network Technology and Management and Director of Interactive Media Studies, discussed how e-sports has gained in popularity on Fox19.

Melissa Thomasson, Julian Lange professor of Economics and Director of Graduate Studies (MECO), had an op-ed published in STAT: "A lesson from history: Repealing the ACA will make health insurance more expensive."

Meghan Gerhardt, Professor of Management and Leadership and Co-Director of the Center for Business Leadership, was quoted in an article for NBC News titled, "Living Like Millennials? Baby Boomers Are Renting, Paying off Debt, and Have Roommates."

John Bowblis, Associate Professor of Economics, was quoted in an article for Fox19 Now titled, "What impact will the border wall have on US consumers?"

Rhett Brymer (John Mee Endowed Assistant Professor of Management) and Rocky Newman (Professor of Management) were recently featured in an article about their J-Term bewing course for Mountain Xpress: "Beer Scout: Ohio's Miami University business class visits Asheville breweries."

John Bowblis, Associate Professor of Economics, was quoted in the Dayton Daily News article titled, "Obamacare repeal could cost more than 100k Ohio jobs, report says."

John Bowblis, Associate Professor of Economics, was quoted in the Dayton Daily News article titled, "Ohio hospital prices vary dramatically by city."

Devon DelVecchio, Raymond E. Glos Professor in Marketing, was interviewed for a WalletHub article titled, "2016's Best Stores for Black Friday."

Rocky Newman, Professor of Management's article, "What VW's Bonuses Say About How Bogus Businesses Measure Success" has been published in Fortune Insiders.

Rocky Newman, Professor of Management's article, "Will a merged Tesla-SolarCity put a solar-powered battery in every home?" was published in The Conversation.

Megan Gerhardt, Professor of Management & Leadership, was quoted in an August 18 article in Forbes titled, "What Gender Barriers Do Millennial Women Face In The Workplace?"

George Davis, Professor & Chair of Economics, was quoted by the Journal News in an August 5 article titled, "Unemployment down in Butler County for first half of year."

Lee Biggerstaff, Assistant Professor of Finance, was quoted in an August 8 article in The Fiscal Times, "The Secret Indicator of a Bad CEO: His Golf Game."

Terry Nixon, Associate Professor of Finance, was awarded the MBA Core Course Teaching Award and Paul Hunter, Markley Visiting Executive Professor & Instructor of Marketing was awarded the MBA Elective Course Teaching Award.

Rhett Brymer, John Mee Assistant Professor of Management's commentary, "What New Hiring Methods Say About Wall Street's Diversity Problem" appeared in the June 20 issue of fortune.com

Jim Friedman, White Family Clinical Professor of Creativity, was the subject of an article by John Kiesewetter, "Another Honor For Former TV Producer Jim Friedman."

Rocky Newman, Professor of Management, was featured in Fortune magazine. "What Companies Can Learn From Mitsubishi's Fuel-Efficiency Scandal."

Rhett Brymer, John Mee Assistant Professor of Management's co-authored article, "Can you imagine a world without Budweiser? We can." Was published in The Conversation

Patrick O'Brien, Instructor of Management's article, "Deciding where to go: How to pick the perfect college for you," appeared in USA Today.

Billy Brink, Assistant Professor of Accountancy's article, "Taxpayers beware: tax software may end up costing more than you think," was published in The Conversation, and picked up by the Salem news, the daily item, the eagle tribune and the niagara-gazette.

Eric Stenstrom, Richard T. Farmer Assistant Professor of Marketing, was noted in an article in Wired UK, "We're just like animals when it comes to finding a date."

Mike McCarthy, Professor of Marketing, was cited in an article in Customer Think, "How Can Your Company and Customers Profit Most from Higher Employee Commitment?"

Mike McCarthy, Professor of Marketing, was quoted in a WCPO Insider article, "How Procter & Gamble Co. makes more money by giving products away."

Austin Smith, Assistant Professor of Economics, was quoted in CBS News, "5 ways daylight saving time messes with your health" and was also interviewed and quoted by several other local and national news outlets about his daylight saving time research.

Rocky Newman, Professor of Management, and John R. Bowblis, Associate Professor of Economics, article, "Crash in Oil Prices Will Hurt the US Economy From Texas to Wall Street" originally published in The Conversation, has been reprinted in The Epoch Times.

Lisa Ellram, James Evans Rees Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management, was quoted in a February 20 article in Crain's Chicago Business, "Made in China? Not anymore for this 'Made in Aurora' AV manufacturer."

Byron Finch, Professor & Chair of the department of management, was quoted in a February 24 Hamilton Journal News article about the impact of ThyssenKrupp Bilstein on Hamilton employment. "Hamilton manufacturer focuses on training after creating 100s of jobs." The article also quoted ThyssenKrupp Bilstein President and Chief Executive Officer, Fabian Schmahl, about their recent scholarship gift to the Farmer School. "Two $5,000 scholarships will be awarded to Miami University students for the next two academic years for a total of $20,000. Recipients will be nominated by the program coordinator in the Farmer School of Business and will be selected from "high-achieving" students majoring in supply chain and operations management interested in the automotive sector, according to Bilstein."

Mark Lacker, John W. Altman Clinical Professor in Entrepreneurship, was quoted in a Soapbox Cincinnati article, "Miami students get a taste of Cincinnati startup ecosystem via year-round internship program" by Nancy Yerian. The article spotlighted the unique full- and part-time semester-long Cincinnati Digital Innovation Program internships the Institute for Entrepreneurship created in conjunction with AIMS. According to Mark, firsthand experience is exactly why the program matters. "We're training the startup workforce," he says. "What kind of skills do you need to be a valuable, valued member of a growing startup company?"

Lee Biggerstaff, assistant professor of finance, was the source for a Fortune article by Michal Addady, "Why You Should Care About Your CFO's Golf Game."

Professor Jim Brock quoted in a Bloomberg Business article "China Worries send stocks reeling" about the impact China's economic worries will have on the U.S. stock market.

Dr. William Even, Raymond E. Glos Professor in Business, was quoted in a December 22nd Toledo Blade story, "Jobless figures up in November Increases from October seen across region."

Dr. William Even, Raymond E. Glos Professor in Business, was quoted in a November 14th story, "A $12 Minimum Wage Would Cost 777,000 Jobs And Wouldn't Reduce Poverty Much Either" In Forbes

Austin Smith, Assistant Professor of Economics, was interviewed on PBS station WGTE about the social costs of daylight savings time.

John Pyzoha, Assistant Professor of Accountancy, was featured in an Accounting Today article, "Study Suggests Clawbacks on Exec Comp Won't Work"

Melissa Thomasson, Julian Lange Professor of Economics & Director of Graduate Studies, was quoted in a WNYC article and on Leonard Lopate's WNYC radio show talking about the high cost of life-saving drugs.

Leslie Stoel, professor of Marketing, writes about the challenges facing American apparel manufacturers in "Fortune". Read "Will 'sew-bots' stitch up a future for American Apparel?"

Debbie Coleman, Clinical Faculty in Marketing, was selected as a CXPA CX Impact Award Finalist for her outstanding work as the chief depatrmental advisor for marketing students, and was the only educator to receive this honor.

Management professor, Rocky Newman writes about VW's woes in Fortune magazine, "The VW scandal could cost you $5,000"

Professor Jim Brock quoted in Alternet article, "10 Ways Monopoly Airlines Use 'Calculated Misery' to Make Flying an Increasingly Overpriced Nightmare"

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Scholarly Media and Recognition

Peter Salzarulo, Associate Professor of Management’s co-authored paper, “Simultaneous Use of Customer, Product, and Inventory Information in Dynamic Product Promotion,” has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Production Research.

Michael Conger, Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship’s article co-authored with Brian Bergman, former Assistant Director for the Center of Social Entrepreneurship, “Category Membership, Identity Control, and the Re-Evaluation of Prosocial Opportunities,” was published in the Journal of Business Venturing.

Eric Stenstrom, Richard T. Farmer Endowed Assistant Professor of Marketing’s paper, “Menstrual Cycle Effects on Prosocial Orientation, Gift Giving, and Charitable Giving,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Research

Eric Stenstrom, Richard T. Farmer Endowed Assistant Professor of Marketing’s paper, “The Effects of Money Exposure on Testosterone and Risk-Taking, and the Moderating Role of Narcissism” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Research

John Ni, Assistant Professor of Management and Xiaowen Huang, Professor of Management's paper, "Discovery-to-Recall in the Automotive Industry: a Problem-Solving Perspective on Investigation of Quality Failure," has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Supply Chain Management

Henry Jin, Neil R. Anderson Endowed Assistant Professor of management’s co-authored paper, "Sweating the Assets: Asset Leanness in Motor Carrier Performance," (Journal of Business Logistics 2016, v37n2), was the runner-up for Best paper award at CSCMP’s Academic Research Symposium this year.

Rhett Brymer, John Mee Endowed Assistant Professor of Management’s paper, "Pre-Exit Bundling, Turnover of Professionals, and Firm Performance" has been accepted at Journal of Management Studies' special issue on Knowledge Worker Mobility.

Monique Murfield, assistant professor of management's co-authored paper, "Supplier Role Conflict: An Investigation of Its Relational Implications and Impact on Supplier Accommodation" (Journal of Business Logistics 2016, v37n2), won the Bernard J. LaLonde Best paper Award at CSCMP’s Academic Research Symposium this year.

Chai Sambhara, Assistant Professor, Information Systems & Analytics has an article, "Risks and Controls in Internet Enabled Reverse Auctions: Perspectives from Buyers and Suppliers" forthcoming in Journal of Management Information Systems.

Zafer Ozdemir (professor of ISA) and Jeff Smith (George and Mildred Panuska Professor in Business for ISA) had a paper accepted in the European Journal of Information Systems. The paper is titled: "Antecedents and Outcomes of Information Privacy Concerns in a Peer Context: An Exploratory Study."

Michael Conger, assistant professor of management and entrepreneurship, had a paper titled "Ontologies and Epistemologies in 'Knowing' the Nexus in Entrepreneurship: Burning Rice Hay and Tracking Elephants" accepted at the International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business.

Megan Gerhardt, professor of management and co-director of the CBL, had a chapter called "Strengths Based Leadership Development" accepted in the journal Sponsored Research Administration: A Guide to Effective STrategies and Recommended Practices.

Bryan Ashenbaum, chair and associate professor of management, had a paper accepted in the Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management. "From Market to Hierarchy: An Empirical Assessment of a  Supply Chain Governance Typology."

Fadel Megahed, assistant professor of ISA, had a paper accepted in Applied Ergonomics. "A Survey of the Prevalence of Fatigue, its Precursors and Individual Coping Mechanisms among U.S. Manufacturing Workers."

Robert Leonard, visiting assistant professor of information systems and analytics, had an article accepted in Computational Statistics and Data Analysis. "Bayesian D-Optimal Screening Experiments with Partial Replication."

Jonathan Wolff, assistant professor of economics, recently had a paper accepted for publication in International Economic Review. The paper was co-authored with Eric Sims of Notre Dame and is titled: "The Output and Welfare Effects of Government Spending Shocks over the Business Cycle." It will be published in August 2018.

Michael Conger, assistant professor of management and entrepreneurship, had his paper, “Stability vs. flexibility: The effect of regulatory institutions on opportunity type,” accepted for publication at the Journal of International Business Studies.

Annie Farrell, Endres Associate Professor Fellow of Accountancy, co-authored two papers with former Miami students: "Do You Want Linkages With That?", accepted for publication in Management Accounting Quarterly and co-authored with former students Lauren Jutte and Katelyn Fauble Young; and "What Happens When Managers Make Swift Business Decisions?", accepted for publication in Strategic Finance and co-authored with former student Ryan Kahle.

Maria Weese, assistant professor of ISA, had a paper accepted in Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems: "Response Surface Experiments, A Meta-Analysis." She co-authored the paper with two of our students (Rebecca Ockuly, a master's student in statistics; and Le Chang, an undergraduate student in statistics and business analytics).

Annie Farrell, Endres Associate Professor Fellow of Accountancy, was elected president of the Management Accounting Section of the American Accounting Association.

Marc Rubin, PwC Professor and Chair of the Department of Accountancy, is the new President-Elect of the American Accounting Association’s Board of Directors. The ’Triple A' is the largest community of accountants in academia. It was founded in 1916, and has a rich and reputable history built on leading-edge research and publications. The diversity of their membership creates a fertile environment for collaboration and innovation. Collectively, they shape the future of accounting through teaching, research and a powerful network, ensuring their position as thought leaders in accounting.

Fadel Megahed, assistant professor of ISA, recently had another paper accepted: "Estimating the Relative Efficiency of Highway Safety Investments on Commercial Transportation," forthcoming in Transportation Journal.

Fadel Megahed, assistant professor of ISA, recently had his paper accepted in a forthcoming issue of Expert Systems with Applications. Full article title: "Stock market one-day ahead movement prediction using disparate data sources."

Fadel Megahed, assistant professor of ISA, recently had his paper, "A Data-driven Approach to Modeling Physical Fatigue in the Workplace using Wearable Sensors," accepted in a forthcoming issue of Applied Ergonomics.

Arthur Carvalho, assistant professor of ISA, recently had a research note published in The Journal of Prediction Markets: "A Note on Sandroni-Shmaya Belief Elicitation Mechanism."

Maria Weese, assistant professor of ISA, had her paper (which was co-written with D.J. Edwards and B.J. Smucker) "A criterion for constructing powerful supersaturated designs when effect directions are known" accepted into the Journal of Quality Technology.

Monique Murfield, assistant professor of management, had her paper “Buyer and Supplier Perspectives on Environmental Initiatives:  Potential Implications for Supply Chain Relationships” accepted for publication in International Journal of Logistics Management.

ISA faculty Maria Weese, Waldyn Martinez and Allison Jones-Farmer had their paper accepted for publication in Quality and Reliability Engineering International. The title of the paper: “On the selection of the Bandwidth Parameter for the k-chart.”

Chai Sambhara, ISA assistant professor, attended the International Conference on Information Systems in Dublin, Ireland (Dec. 11 - Dec. 14, 2016) and presented his paper, “Enterprise System Implementations: Role of Information Risk, Internal Controls and Environmental Uncertainty.” The paper was chosen as the best paper in the IT Implementation, Adoption and Use Track, and it was also a finalist for best full paper at the conference.

Greg Fisher, assistant professor of marketing, had his article, titled "A Framework of Interfirm Open Innovation: Relationship and Knowledge Based Perspectives," in the Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing.

Tim Holcomb, Cintas Chair in Entrepreneurship and associate professor of management and entrepreneurship, had two papers published: (1) "Top Management Team Incentive Heterogeneity, Strategic Investment Behavior, and Performance: A Contingency Theory of Incentive Alignment," was accepted for publication in Strategic Management Journal (co-authored by Bert Cannella and Cindy Devers from Texas A&M University, Adam Steinback from the University of South Carolina and Michael Holmes from Florida State University)and (2) "Double-Edged Swords: A Review and Future Research Agenda for International Strategy On Business Groups," was accepted for publication in the Journal of World Business (co-authored by Bob Hoskisson from Rice University, William Wan from City University of Hong Kong, Michael Holmes from Florida State University and Hicheon Kim from Korea University Business School).

Michael Conger, assistant professor of entrepreneurship, has a paper forthcoming from Long Range Planning. The paper, titled “An Expanded Model of Distributed Leadership in Organizational Knowledge Creation in Social Entrepreneurship,” is based on the partnership between Greg Van Kirk’s New Development Solutions Group and the Center for Social Entrepreneurship. The paper was co-authored by Conger and colleagues Benedetto Cannatelli (a past visiting scholar) and Jessica Jones (a past assistant director of the Institute for Entrepreneurship).

Allison Jones-Farmer, Van Andel Professor of Business Analytics & Director of the Center for Analytics and Data Science, had her paper in Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education selected as DSJIE’s Best Research Paper of 2016 (“Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities for Entry-Level Business Analytics Positions: A Multi-Method Study.”) In addition, she has a paper forthcoming with Tim Krehbiel in Statistics Digest (“Agile Teams: A Look at Agile Project Management Methods.”)

Fadel Megahed, assistant professor of ISA, had his paper “Understanding Fatigue and Its Implications for Worker Safety” accepted for publication in Professional Safety.

Brett Smith, director of the Institute for Entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship professor, had a paper, titled “Is it the Job or the Support? Examining Structural and Relational Predictors of Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intention for Nonprofit Employess,” accepted for publication in Nonprofit & Voluntary Sector Quarterly.

Annie Farrell, Endres Associate Professor Fellow and Associate Professor, will travel to Sydney, Australia, and the University of New South Wales in order to give a presentation about her recent research. The presentation will be part of the UNSW BizLab half-day conference, which is titled: “New Frontiers in Behavioral Research: Perspectives from Neuroscience and New Technologies.” read full story

Gabe Lee, C. Michael Armstrong Business Chair & Associate Professor of Information Systems & Analytics' co-authored paper, "An Attentional Model of Online Waiting Perceptions: Using Temporal Information and Distractors to Make Online Waits Feel Shorter," is forthcoming in the Journal of the Association for Information Systems.

Scott Friend, Assistant Professor, Marketing has three co-authored articles forthcoming in the Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management: "The Role of Delight in Driving Repurchase Intentions," "Familiarity Breeds Contempt: Perceived Service and Sales Complacency in Business-to-Business Relationships," and "Mixed Interpretations of Sales Proposal Signals."

Maria Weese, Assistant Professor of Information Systems & Analytics' article, "Compositional Models and Organizational Research: Application of a Mixture Model to Non-Experimental Data in the Context of CEO Pay" has been accepted by the Journal of Organizational Research Methods.

Chai Sambhara, Assistant Professor of Information Systems & Analytics' article, "Enterprise System Implementation: Role of Information Risk, Internal Controls and Environmental Uncertainty" has been accepted for the International Conference on Information Systems.

J. Marcus Jobe, Professor Emeritus, Information Systems and Analytics, received $2,300 research funding from the Mathematics and Statistics Department of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany for "Univariate Process Monitoring."

Chuck Moul, Associate Professor of Economics', co-authored paper, paper "Hoping Grey Goes Green: Air Pollution's Impact on Consumer Automobile Choice" has been accepted in Marketing Letters.

Hannah Lee, Assistant Professor of Marketing's article titled "Cross-country Collaboration of Marketing Personnel within a Multinational: Leveraging Customer Participation for New Product Advantage" has been accepted by the Journal of International Marketing.

John Bowblis, Associate Professor of Economics, in conjunction with the Scripps Gerontology Center, received a $180,213 five-year grant from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities for a project titled "System Factors and Racial Disparities in Nursing Home Quality of Life and Care."

Tim Holcomb, Associate Professor and Cintas Chair in Entrepreneurship, "Examining Managerial Preferences and Choices: The Role of Value Creation and Value Appropriation Drivers in Strategic Outsourcing" published in Science Direct's Long Range Planning. hover for more   read full story

Neil Brigden, Neil Brigden, Richard T. Farmer Endowed Assistant Professor of Marketing received a $9,800 grant from the Marketing Science Institute's Customer Experience Initiative for his proposal titled, "Experiencing Problems: How Product Malfunctions and Consumers' Corrective Actions Drive Consumption Enjoyment." hover for more   read full story

Monique Murfield, Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management co-authored an article in the Journal of Business Logistics, "Supplier Role Conflict: An Investigation of Its Relational Implications and Impact on Supplier Accommodation". hover for more   read full story

Eric Stenstrom, Richard T. Farmer Endowed Assistant Professor of Marketing, received a $47,376.89 grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

Leslie Stoel, Professor of Marketing, presented the best paper, "Efficacy of Using Social Media to Increase Knowledge and Promote Socially Responsible Consumer Behavior," at the American Collegiate Retailing Association (ACRA) annual conference.

Robert Dahlstrom, Joseph C. Seibert Professor & Chair of Marketing, "Comply or defy? An empirical investigation of change requests in buyer-supplier relationships" published in Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing 2015 Vol 30 5 E has been selected by the journal's editorial team as a Highly Commended Paper in the 2016 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence. read full story

Marcus Jobe, Professor Emeritus of Information Systems & Analytics’ co-authored textbook, "STATISTICAL METHODS FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE: Basics, Measurement, Control, Capability and Improvement," will be available from Springer Publishing late May to early June, 2016. read full story

Anne Farrell, associate professor of accountancy received the Greatest Potential Impact on Management Accounting Practice Award from the AICPA and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants for her co-authored research on corporate employee compensation programs. "Employees' Subjective Valuations of Their Stock Options: Evidence on the Distribution of Valuations and the Use of Simple Anchors." hover for more   read full story

Anne Farrell, Associate Professor of Accountancy and Jonathan Grenier, PwC Assistant Professor in Accounting, "Scoundrels or Stars? Theory and Evidence on the Quality of Workers in Online Labor Markets" accepted at The Accounting Review read full story

Anne Farrell, Associate Professor of Accountancy, "Decision-making approaches and the propensity to default: Evidence and implications" accepted at Journal of Financial Economics

Scott Dust, Assistant Professor of Management, "An ethics-based discussion of product liability and the responsible corporate office doctrine" has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Applied Case Research.

Dr. Daniel Herron, Professor, Business Legal Studies, was awarded the Stan Marsh Outstanding paper for his paper and presentation, "A Unified Approach to Collaborative Decision-Making: How to Teach It and How to Operationalize It" by The Association of Law Teachers at its 51st Annual Conference in Newcastle, England.

Hannah Lee, Assistant Professor of Marketing, "The Influence of the Structure of Interdependence on the Response to Inequity in Buyer-Supplier Relationships" forthcoming in the Journal of Marketing Research.

Robert Dahlstrom, Joseph C. Seibert Professor & Chair of Marketing, “The Psychology of Co-Branding Alliances: The Business-to-Business Relationship Outcomes of Role Stress” in Psychology & Marketing, Volume 33, April 2016. read full story

Brett Smith, Director, Institute for Entrepreneurship & Founding Director, Center for Social Entrepreneurship, received the 2015 Schulze Award for his article, “Social Entrepreneurship Deserves Better Research.” The Schulze award recognizes the quality of the contribution to the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Exchange (EIX) and to the study and practice of entrepreneurship. The award includes a $5,000 academic scholarship donated by the Richard Schulze Foundation to support students interested in entrepreneurship.

Bryan Ashenbaum, Associate Professor of Management, "Purchasing-Logistics Integration and Supplier Performance: An Information-Processing View" forthcoming in the International Journal of Logistics Management.

Marcus Jobe, Professor Emeritus of Information Systems & Analytics, received two research grants; $8,428 from the German Research Foundation Young Scholar Fund for "Control and Optimization for Nonlinear Evolution Equations with Delay in Ecology," and $5,530 for "Real-Time Upset Detection for a Class of Gaussian Processes," from the University of Konstanz.

Ismael S. Talke, Visiting Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Analytics, "Measures of Uniformity for Space-Filling Uniform Designs in a Spherical Region", forthcoming in the International Journal of Experimental Design and Process Optimisation.

Bob Leonard, Visiting Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Analytics, "Statistical Engineering Approach to Improve the Realism of Computer Simulated Experiments with Aircraft Trajectory Clustering" forthcoming in Quality Engineering.

Tessa Chen, Visiting Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Analytics, "Empirical Likelihood Based Detection Procedure for Change Point in Mean Residual Life Functions under Random Censorship" forthcoming in Pharmaceutical Statistics

Leon Chen, Visiting Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Analytics, "Knowledge Dissemination Channels: Analytics of Stature Evaluation" forthcoming in the Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology

Marcus Jobe, Professor Emeritus of Information Systems & Analytics, "A Cluster-Based Outlier Detection Scheme for Multivariate Data" appears in the Journal of the American Statistical Association in December 2015 issue in the Theory and Methods section, vol. 110, Issue 512, pages 1543-1551.hover for more   read full story

EJ Ume, Assistant Professor of Economics, "Housing and Unemployment: The Search for the 'American Dream'" will appear in the Journal of Macroeconomics.

Tim Holcomb, Associate Professor and Cintas Chair in Entrepreneurship's publication, "Making the Most of What You Have: Managerial Ability as a Source of Resource Value Creation," was abstracted in the January 3, 2016 issue of Harvard Business Review in an article entitled, "NFL Black Monday: How Much Do Coaches Really Matter?" authored by Boris Groysberg, a Harvard Business School professor. read full story

Jon Grenier, PwC Assistant Professor in Accounting, and Drew Reffett, Associate Professor in Accounting's article, "Risk Disclosure Preceding Negative Outcomes: The Effects of Reporting Critical Audit Matters on Judgments of Auditor Liability", will appear in the September 2016 issue of The Accounting Review. read full story

Jing Li, Assistant Professor of Economics, "System-Equation ADL Test for Threshold Cointegration with an Application to the Term Structure of Interest Rates" will appear in the Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics. hover for more

Rich Hart and Thomas Hall, Professors Emeritus in Economics, "Forder on Hall and Hart on the Samuelson-Solow Phillips Curve" will appear in the History of Economics Review.

Jeff Smith, Interim Chair, Department of Finance & George & Mildred Panuska Professor in Business, “Exploring Information Privacy Regulation, Risks, Trust, and Behavior,” Information & Management. hover for more   read full story

Jeff Smith, Interim Chair, Department of Finance & George & Mildred Panuska Professor in Business, “Informing Privacy Research Through Information Systems, Psychology, and Behavioral Economics: Thinking Outside the ‘APCO’ Box,” Information Systems Research. hover for more   

Austin Smith, Assistant Professor of Economics, "Spring Forward at Your Own Risk: Daylight Saving Time and Fatal Vehicle Crashes" will appear in the American Economic Journal: Applied Economics. hover for more   

Lisa Ellram, James Evans Rees Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management, received a Volkswagen Research Initiative grant for $38,037 to fund a research project titled "The Impact of Logistics and Transportation Commoditization on Customer Relationship Management and Firm Performance."

Po-Chang Chen, Assistant Professor, Accountancy, "Banks' Acquisition of Private Information about Financial Misreporting" will appear in the May, 2016 issue of The Accounting Review. hover for more   read full story

Maria Weese, Assistant Professor of Analytics, Waldyn Martinez Assistant Professor of Analytics and Allison Jones-Farmer Van Andel Professor of Business Analytics, "Statistical Learning Methods Applied to Process Monitoring: An Overview and Perspective" accepted to the Journal of Quality Technology August, 2015.hover for more   

Waldyn Martinez, Assistant Professor of Analytics, "Noise peeling methods to improve boosting algorithms" appears in the July, 2015 edition of Computational Statistics & Data Analysis.hover for more   read full story

Lisa Ellram, James Evans Rees Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management, "A Note on the Use of Survey Research Firms to Enable Empirical Data Collection", appeared in the July edition of the Journal of Business Logistics. hover for more   read full story

Darryl Rice, Assistant Professor, Management, "The "Right" and the "Good" in Ethical Leadership: Implications for Supervisors' Performance and Promotability Evaluations" appeared in the July edition of the Journal of Business Ethics. hover for more   read full story

Eric Stenstrom, Richard T. Farmer Assistant Professor of Marketing “Testosterone at your fingertips: Digit ratios (2D:4D and rel2) as predictors of courtship-related consumption intended to acquire and retain mates” appeared in the June issue of the Journal of Consumer Psychology. The research has also been covered extensively in the popular press, including the British Daily Mail, AOL (US), Medical Daily, Business Standard, Latina.com, Informe21.com, The Free Press Journal(India) and IOL Lifestyle (South Africa). hover for more   read full story