Faculty Publications and Awards


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Dr. Nik R. Hassan and his coauthor Dr. Lars Mathiassen published “Distilling a Body of Knowledge for Information Systems Development.” The article was featured in the Information Systems Journal.   

Dr. Nik R. Hassan published “Editorial: A Brief History of the Material in Sociomateriality.” The article was featured in the November edition of Data Base for Advances in Information Systems, Volume 47(4), on pages 10-22.   

Dr. Dahui Li and his coauthors Drs. Feng Zhang, Yonggui Wang, and Victor Cui published “Configurations of Innovations across Domains: An Organizational Ambidexterity View.” The article was featured in the Journal of Product Innovation Management.  

Dr. Daniel Fujen Hsiao and his coauthors Drs. Gerui (Grace) Kang and Xiang Liu published “Are We Ready for the Changes in US Accounting Standards? Some Evidence of Midwestern Universities Curriculum.” The article was featured in Journal of Accounting, Business & Management, Volume 23(1), on pages 1-14.   

Dr. Sanjay Goel and his coauthor Dr. Jukka Partanen published “Interplay Between Reputation and Growth: The Source, Role and Audience of Reputation of Rapid Growth Technology-Based SMEs.” The article was featured in the fall publication of Entrepreneurship and Regional Development.  

Drs. Ariuna Taivan and Gibson Nene published “Financial Development and Economic Growth: Evidence from Southern African Development Community Countries.” The article was featured in The Journal of Developing Areas, Volume 50(4).  

Dr. Wenqing Zhang and his coauthors, Drs. Jing Zeng, Yoshiki Matsui, and Xiande Zhao published “The Impact of Organizational Context on Hard and Soft Quality Management and Innovation Performance.” The article was featured in the International Journal of Production Economics, 185, on pages 240-251.   

Dr. Bedassa Tadesse and his coauthors Drs. Roger White and Huang Zhongwen published “Does China’s Trade Defy Cultural Barriers?” The article was featured in the International Review of Applied Economics.  

Dr. Bedassa Tadesse and his coauthors Drs. Elias Shukralla and Bichaka Fayissa published “Are Bilateral and Multilateral Aid-for-Trade Complementary?” The article was featured in The World Economy.   

Drs. Roger W. Reinsch, Raymond J. Jones III, and Randall Skalberg published “The Hobby Lobby Decision: Legal Formation for Social Enterprises Made Easier.” The article was featured in Social Enterprise Journal, Volume 13(1), on pages 4-16.  

Drs. Raymond J. Jones III and Timothy M. Reilly and their coauthors Drs. Marcus Z. Cox and Brooklyn M. Cole published “Gender Makes a Difference: Investigating Consumer Purchasing Behavior and Attitudes toward Corporate Social Responsibility Policies.” The article was featured in Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, Volume 24, on pages 133-144.   

Dr. Stephen B. Castleberry and his coauthor Dr. Brad A. Weaver published “Increasing Ethical and Legal Awareness Through Community Outreach Programs Utilizing White-Collar Prisoners.” The article was featured in the Journal of Business Ethics Education, 13, on pages 185-206.  

Drs. Luiggi Donayre and Ariuna Taivan published “Causality Between Public Debt and Real Growth in the OECD: A Country-by-Country Analysis.” The article was featured in Economic Papers.    

Dr. Yufei Ren and his coauthors Drs. David and Rachel Croson published “The Overconfident Newsvendor.” The article was featured in the Journal of Operational Research Society, 68, on pages 496-506.   

Dr. Lin Xiu and her coauthor Dr. Hairong Feng published “The Effects of Sex and Gender Role Orientation on Approach-Based Coping Strategies Across Cultures: A Moderated Model.” The article was featured in Communication Quarterly, Volume 64(5), pages 596-622.   

Faculty members who were recently promoted 

Dr. Jennifer Mencl, Management Studies, to full professor

Dr. Bedassa Tadesse, Economics, to full professor

Dr. Kim Dauner, Economics, to associate professor with indefinite tenure

Dr. Luiggi Donayre, Economics, to associate professor with indefinite tenure

Dr. Neil Wilmot, Economics, to associate professor with indefinite tenure