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School of Business News and Publications

10.05.2011 | By:

Dr. Trisha Anderson, “The Closed-loop Supply Chain Network with Competition, Distribution Channel Investment, and Uncertainties“ to appear in Omega Journal.   “The Effect of Environmental Responsibility and Competition in Two-Stage Supply Chains” has been conditionally accepted to European Journal of Operational Research.

Dr. Thomas Bell III, earned the Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC) designation.

Dr. Thomas Bell and Dr. Tom Smith: “The Assimilation of Marketing’s Service Quality Principles and the IT Auditing Process – A move Toward Quantifiable SAS 70  Auditing Service Quality” - Part 2; ISACA Journal, Volume 4, 2011

Dr. Thomas Nichols, co-authored paper “Moderator or Mediator? Examining the Role of Trust in the Transformational Leadership Paradigm” in the Journal of Managerial Issues. 

Dr. Nichols and Dr. Erakovich “Authentic Leadership and Implicit Theory: A Normative Form of Leadership?” in the Leadership and Organization Development Journal.

Dr. Sinan Yildirim and Dr. Kalpana Pai, "Stock Market Volatility of the Financial Industry after TARP” has been accepted for presentation at the Academy of Business Research Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada USA November 14-16, 2011. The abstract will be published in the conference proceedings.

Dr. Kalpana Pai and Dr.Thomas D. Tolleson, “The Capture of Government Regulators by the Big 4 Accounting Firms: Some Evidence” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Applied Business and Economics (ISSN# 1499-691X).  It will be published in volume 13(1), winter 2012.  Dr. Carol Sullivan and Ms. Kim Webb, “The Kosse State Bank Catastrophe: Anatomy of a Big Fraud in a Small Town” forthcoming in Journal of Accounting and Finance, Fall 2011

Dr. Carol Sullivan (co-authored) “Using PowerPoint to Communicate Information for Financial Accounting Classes” forthcoming in the Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Fall 2011.

Dr. Carol Sullivan with Dr. Sandra Gates and Dr. Patsy Lee, “Integration of the ACFE (Association of Certified Fraud Examiners) Videos throughout the Accounting and Business Curriculum”                                                                 

Dr. Carol Sullivan, Ms. Kim Webb and Dr. Cheryl Prachyl, presentation: ““Using Charity Navigator to Teach Students about Not-for-Profit Frauds and Overall  Effectiveness” American Accounting Association Conference, August 2011.  This research was nominated for the AICPA Innovation award).

Dr. Carol Sullivan, presentation: “Using Case Studies to Teach Future Managers to Handle Fraud”, Institute of Management Accountants National Conference, June 2011.

Dr. Tom Tolleson, case study: “Donors—Dead or Alive—Beware!” with Bille Hammack (Wesleyan student), accepted for presentation at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the North American Case Research Association.  (Referred)

Dr. Tom Tolleson presented: “Perceptions of Mandated Continuing Professional Education: Some Evidence” (co-authored with Kay Guess, St. Edward’s University) at the American Accounting Association’s Annual Meeting in Denver, CO (August, 2011)  (Refereed)

Dr. Tom Tolleson with co-author: “Perceptions of Mandated Continuing Professional Education: Some Evidence” (Referred) was published in the proceedings of the American Accounting Association

Representatives from the editorial board of the Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal  presented Tom Tolleson with the  Mary Parker Follet Outstanding Paper Award during the American Accounting Association’s Annual Meeting in Denver (August 2011).  The editorial board of the Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal (AAAJ) reviews all the papers published in AAAJ for the prior year and chooses one paper to receive the Mary Parker Follet Award.  The AAAJ  is ranked in the top 10% of accounting journals worldwide.  Prior winners of this award have gone to accounting scholars at institutions such as the University of Amsterdam, University of Canterbury, Portland State University and Auckland University of Technology.

Shengxiong Wu, “Positive Feedback Trading in Chinese Stock Markets: Empirical Evidence from Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Hong Kong Stock Exchanges” accepted for publication in a forthcoming issue of the Journal of Financial and Economic Practice.   Working papers titled with “Fundamental indexing in Chinese Stock Markets” has been accepted for presentation in Academy of Business Research Conference Las Vegas, Nevada USA November 14-16, 2011.

Ms. Danyelle Keenan, Adjunct Professor of Management, was awarded the 2011 2011 HR Educator of the Year Award by the DFW Association of the Society for Human Resource Management.