Huntsman Alumni Magazine Spring 2012

Spring 2012

Selected Faculty Publication

ACCOUNTING

Chris Skousen, “Characterizing Accounting Research,” Accounting Horizons, 24.4 (2010): 635-670.

Chris Skousen (in press), “Haphazard Sampling: Selection Biases Induced by Control Listing Properties and the Estimation Consequences of these Biases,” to appear in Behavioral Research in Accounting.

Nate Stephens, “Accounting Doctoral Program Rankings Based on Research Productivity of Program Graduates,” Accounting Horizons, 25.1 (2011): 149-181.

Nate Stephens, “Individual Accounting Faculty Research Rankings by Topical Area and Methodology,” Issues in Accounting Education, 26.3 (2011): 471-505.

ECONOMICS AND FINANCE

Ben Blau, Tyler Brough, “Is the Trading of ETFs a Bearish Signal,” Journal of Trading, 6 (2011): 32-40.

Ben Blau, M. Hill, H. Wang, “Short Sales and Return Predictability: A Comparison of REITs and Common,” Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 42 (2011): 481-503.

Tyler Brough (in press), “Concentrated Short-Selling Activity: Bear Raids or Contrarian Trading,” to appear in International Journal of Managerial Finance.

Tyler Brough (in press), “Short Sales, Stealth Trading, and the Suspension of the Uptick Rule,” to appear in Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance.

James Feigenbaum, Frank Caliendo, Emin Gahramanov, “Optimal Irrational Behavior,” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (2011).

MANAGEMENT

Chester F. Brough, Business Law and Ethics (Des Moines, Iowa: Kendall Hunt Publishing, 2011). 1st Edition.

P.F. Buller and Glenn M. McEvoy, “Strategy, Human Resource Management, and Performance: Sharpening Line of Sight,” Human Resource Management Review.

Alison Cook, “Cultural Differences in Work-Family Policies and Perceptions of Organizational Support,” Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal.

Alison Cook, “Does Diversity Damage Corporate Value? Measuring Stock Price Reactions to a Diversity Award,” Ethnic and Racial Studies (2011).

Alison Cook, “Leadership Change and Shareholder Value: How Markets React to the Appointments of Women,” Human Resource Management (2011).

Cathy L. Hartman, Sandra Reategui, and Edwin R. Stafford, “Harvesting Utah’s Urban Winds,” Solutions Journal 2 (2011): 42-50.

V.R. Kannan and B.D. Keillor, editors, International Business in the 21st Century, Volume 2 - Going Global: Implementing International Business Operations (Praeger Publishing, 2011).

Glenn McEvoy, “Increasing Intrinsic Motivation to Learn in Organizational Behavior Classes,” Journal of Management Education 35.4 (2011): 468-503.

Bradley A. Winn, Oxford Handbook of Positive Organizational Scholarship (2011).

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Kathy Chudoba, M. B. Watson-Manheim, K. Crowston, C. S. Lee, “Participation in ICT-Enabled Meetings, Journal of Organization and End User Computing, 23(2) (2011), 15-36.

A. Durcikova, Kelly Fadel, B. Butler, D. Galletta, “Knowledge Exploration and Exploitation: The Impacts of Psychological Climate and Knowledge Management System Access,” Information Systems Research, 22(4) (2011), 855-866.

Z. Ji, Yong Seog Kim, A. Chen, “Multi-objective a-reliable path finding in stochastic networks with correlated link costs: A simulation-based multi-objective genetic algorithm approach (SMOGA),” Expert Systems with Application, 38(3) (2011), 1515-1528.

Robert Mills, Kelly Fadel, “Integrating E-Learning as a Career Path in MIS Curricula: A Blue Ocean Opportunity,” American Journal of Business Education, 5(2) (2012), 103-113.

David H. Olsen, Pamela A. Dupin-Bryant, “Business intelligence and information systems: Enhancing student knowledge in database courses,” Review of Business Information Systems, 16(1) (2012), 1-14.

David Paper, E. Pedersen, R. Change, “A Phenomenological Study of the EC Process from the Perspective of EC Entrepreneurs,” International Journal of E-Business Development, 2(1) (2012), 1-12.