Faculty Accomplishments

Accounting Department

  • Hammond, Theresa, Book chapter. “Oral History,” Routledge Companion to Qualitative Accounting Research Methods (Routledge, forthcoming 2016; Covaleski, M., Haynes, K., Hoque, Z., and Parker, L., editors.)
  • Hammond, Theresa, Revise & Resubmit received November 2016 from Critical Perspectives on Accounting for: “Accounting for Crime in the U.S.: Race, Class, and the Spectacle of Fear,” with C. Lehman and G. Agyemang.
  • Hammond, Theresa, First-round submission to Accounting, Auditing, and Accountability Journal November 2016: “Anglo American Corporation and the South African State: An analysis of annual reports 1917-1975” with C. Cooper and C. van Staden.
  • Hammond, Theresa, Moderator, Black Inclusion Network panel for Global Diversity Week, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, San Francisco, September 2016.
  • Luo, Bing, "The Effects of Property Taxes and Public Service Benefits on Housing Values: A County-Level Analysis", Advances in Taxation vol. 23 (November 2016), with Kimberly Key and Teresa Lightner.

Economics Department

Information Systems Department

  • Gerrit Remane, Robert C. Nickerson, Andre Hanelt, Jan F. Tesch, and Lutz M. Kolbe, “A Taxonomy of Carsharing Business Models,” accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Information Systems, 2016.
  • Paul Beckman, “Knowledge Transfer and Refinements to Connection-Based Employee Work Experience Measures,” accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the 2017 Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 4-7, 2017.
  • Robert C. Nickerson and Francois B. Mourato-Dussault, “Selecting a Stored Data Approach for Mobile Apps,” accepted for publication in the Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research, 11(3), September 2016, pp. 35-49.

International Business Department

  • Park, Seung Ho, Gerardo R. Ungson, and Jamil Paolo Francisco, ASEAN Champions: Emerging stalwarts in regional integration. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (in press).
  • Park, Seung Ho and Gerardo R. Ungson (2016), “Blind Spots in Global Strategy: Applications to Emerging Markets, Cross-Cultural and Strategic Management, Vol. 23, Issue 4: 531-550.
  • Prakash K. Chathoth, Gerardo R. Ungson, Robert J. Harrington & Eric S.W. Chan (2016),"Co-creation and higher order customer engagement in hospitality and tourism services", International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, Vol. 28 Issue 2: 222 - 245.

Management Department

  • Duan Jinyun, Li, Chenwei, Xu, Yue, & Wu, Chia-Huei (In press), Transformational Leadership and Employee Voice Behavior: A Pygmalion Mechanism. Journal of Organizational Behavior. (Accepted 10/16)
  • Dong, Yuntao, Bartol, Kathryn, M., Zhang, Zhixue, & Li, Chenwei (In press), Enhancing Employee Creativity via Individual Skill Development and Team Knowledge Sharing: Influences of Dual-focused Transformational Leadership. Journal of Organizational Behavior. (Accepted 08/16)
  • Jennifer Tosti-Kharas, Eric Lamm and Tom E. Thomas, “Organization OR Environment? Disentangling employees’ rationales behind organizational citizenship behavior for the environment.” Accepted in August 2016 and forthcoming in Organization and Environment. See also: If Your Company Thinks Green, You Will Too.
  • Mitchell Lee Marks, Phil Mirvis, and Ron Ashkenas, "Making A Merger Work for You," Harvard Business Review, March 2017, in press.

Marketing Department

  • Kumar, Minu and Charles H. Noble (2016), "Beyond form and function: why do consumers value product design?" Journal of Business Research, 69(2), 613-620. DOI: 10.1016/j.jbusres.2015.05.017
    • This project was funded by Marketing Science Institute through their competitive research grants.
    • An earlier version of this paper won the prestigious Overall Best Conference Paper Award and Best Paper in the Track award at the 2010 Summer AMA conference.
  • Luchs, Michael and Minu Kumar, "Yes, but this one looks better/works better: When might consumers choose superior sustainability despite a trade-off with other valued product attributes?" Accepted and forthcoming at the Journal of Business Ethics. DOI: 10.1007/s10551-015-2695-0