A comprehensive listing of faculty scholarship and creative work in 2012.
Pamela Buckle Henning wrote, with Graham Henning and MaryAnne Hyland, “A Stakeholder Approach to Student Learning Assessment” in the International Journal of Management in Education, 6 (4), p. 347–362, 2012. Dr. Buckle Henning published the following: with W-C. Chen, “Systems Thinking: Common Ground or Untapped Territory?” in Systems Research and Behavioral Science, 29 (5), p. 470–483, 2012; with J. Thomas and S. George, “Re-Situating Expert Project Managers’ Praxis Within Multiple Logics of Practice” in International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, 5 (3), p. 377–399, 2012. Dr. Buckle Henning presented the following: “Understanding Systems Thinking: An Agenda for Applied Research” at the University of Bristol, Systems Centre, Bristol, United Kingdom, November 2012; and, with J. Wilmshurst and M. Yearworth, “Understanding Systems Thinking: An Agenda for Applied Research in Industry” at the International Society for the Systems Sciences at San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, July 2012.
Rakesh Gupta presented “Business Technology” at the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants Career Opportunity in Accounting Profession Program for High School Students, Garden City, NY, June 2012.
James Hazy published the following: “The Unifying Function of Leadership: Shaping Identity, Ethics, and the Rules of Interactions” in the International Journal of Society Systems Science, 4 (3), p. 222–241, 2012. He presented the following: “Complex Systematizing Performance and Adaptation: Human Interaction Dynamics and Leadership” at George Washington University, Ashburn, VA, March 2012; and, with Thomas Shinick, “Parameterizing Innovation: The Cusp Catastrophe as Potential Function” at the Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and the Life Sciences Annual Conference at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, July 2012. He gave three presentations at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, August 2012: “Leadership as Process: A Theory of Formal and Informal Organizing in Complex Adaptive Systems”; with Allan Ashley, “Human Beings as Agents in Complex Adaptive Systems: Challenges and Opportunities”; and, with Gita Surie, “Human Interaction Dynamics (HID): Developing a Complexity Research Agenda.”
Graham Henning published the book chapter, “The Habit of Tourism: Experiences and Their Ontological Meaning,” in The Contemporary Tourist Experience: Concepts and Consequences (Oxford: Routledge, 2012).
Zhimin Huang and Rakesh Gupta, with Y. He, Q. Gou and L. Liang, published “Cooperative Public Service Advertising Strategies for a Supply Chain System” in Applications of Management Science, 15, p. 89–107, 2012.
Maryanne Hyland and Laura DeRose (Gordon F. Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies), with A. Reichman, presented “The Association Between Maternal Feelings Towards Employment and Maternal Mental Health and Well-Being” at the Work and Family Researchers Network Inaugural Conference, New York, NY, June 2012.
Nicholas Koumbiadis presented “US GAAP vs. IFRS: Impact on Decision-makers?” at the Society of Advanced Management International Business Conference, Las Vegas, NV, March 2012.
Samuel Natale published the book, The Marketization and Commercialism of Education: Product, not Process (New York: Global Scholarly Press, 2012).
Jayen Patel published the following: “A Further Analysis of Small Firm Stock Returns” in Managerial Finance, 38 (7), p. 653–659, 2012; and “A Reexamination of the Effect of Daylight Saving Time Changes on U.S. Stock Returns” in the Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, 12 (2), p. 109–114, 2012.
Dennis Payette and Anthony Libertella presented “Capstone Course Innovation: Bloomberg Professional Service” at the 2012 Orlando International Academic Conference, Orlando, FL, January 2012.
David Prottas published the following: “Self vs. Organizational Employment: The Neglected Case of Positive Spillover” in The New England Journal of Entrepreneurship, 15 (1/2), p. 43–52, 2012; with R.E. Kopelman, “Rationale and Validity Evidence for the Cube One Framework” in the Journal of Managerial Issues, 24 (1), p. 27–46, 2012; “Relationships Among Employee Perception of their Manager’s Behavioral Integrity, Moral Distress, and Employee Attitudes and Well- Being” in the Journal of Business Ethics, March 31, 2012, p. 1–10; and “The Vampire in the Next Cubicle: The Americans with Disabilities Act and the Undead” in Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 24 (1), p. 79–89, 2012.
Alvin Rosenstein and Rakesh Gupta published, with C. Sweeney, “Cross-Disciplinary Faculty Perspectives on Experiential Learning” in Contemporary Issues in Education Research, 5 (3), p. 139–144, 2012. Dr. Rosenstein and Rakesh Gupta also copresented, with C. Sweeney, “Cross-Disciplinary Faculty Perspectives on Experiential Learning” at the 2012 Orlando International Academic Conference, Orlando, FL, January 2012.
Soon Ryoo presented the following: “The Paradox of Debt and Minsky’s Financial Instability Hypothesis” at the Research Network Macroeconomics and Macroeconomic Policies Annual Conference, Berlin, Germany, October 2012; with P. Skott, “Public Debt and Full Employment in a Stock-Flow Consistent Model of a Corporate Economy” at the Eastern Economic Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA, March 2012; and “Bank Profitability, Leverage and Financial Instability” at the The Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, Chicago, IL, January 2012.
Darko Skorin-Kapov published the following articles: with J. Skorin-Kapov and H. Podnar, “Core Node Location Problem: Heuristic Solvability via Tabu Search” in the International Journal of Operations and Quantitative Management, 18 (1), p. 71–86, 2012; and, with J. Skorin-Kapov, “A Note on Steiner Tree Games” in Networks, 59 (2), p. 215–225, 2012. He presented, with J. Skorin-Kapov and H. Podnar, “Some Notes on Cost Allocation in Multicasting” and “A Meta-Heuristic Approach for Minimizing the Maximum Link Distance for the Core Node Location Problem (CNLP)” at the 14th International Conference on Operational Research, Trogir, Croatia, September 2012.
Monica Yang wrote the book chapter, “Outward Foreign Direct Investment Strategies by Firms from Emergent Markets: Literature Review” in Current Topics in Management, Volume 16 (Edison: Transaction Publishers, 2012). She and Maryanne Hyland copublished “Re-Examining Mimetic Isomorphism: Similarity in Mergers and Acquisitions in the Financial Service Industry” in Management Decision, 50 (6), p. 1076–1095, 2012. Dr. Yang presented “Cross-border M&As Between China and Taiwan 1997–2010” at The School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, London, United Kingdom, September 2012. She also presented “Macro Determinants of Chinese Cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions in Developed and Developing Markets” at the following conferences: the Annual Conference of Asia Academy of Management, Seoul, South Korea, December 2012; the Annual Conference of Academy of Management, Boston, MA, August 2012; the Annual Conference of Academy of International Business, Washington, DC, July 2012; and the Annual Conference of Eastern Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA, May 2012.
Jiang Zhang, published, with M.J. Sobel, “Interchanging Fill Rate Constraints and Backorder Costs in Inventory Models” in the International Journal of Mathematics in Operational Research, 4 (4), p. 453–472, 2012.
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