Faculty Research & Impact

  • Conducting high-impact research is fundamental to all members of our faculty. Our faculty members are grant recipients and regular contributors, editors, referees of reputable peer-reviewed journals in the fields of finance, accounting, business administration, management, marketing, economics, and business education. Research studies produced by our faculty are actively sought by industry, media outlets and the professions. 

    Since 2010, our faculty has collectively published over 100 (including forthcoming articles) peer-reviewed journal articles. Our faculty members are highly recognized nationally and internationally for their intellectual contribution. Papers published by our faculty have been cited in many leading academic journals, books, industry reports and both national and international media outlets such as Wall Street Journal Market Watch, Bloomberg, Yahoo! Finance, MorningStar, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Businessweek, Australia Financial Review and Les Échos (French Financial Newspapers). 


    Types of Intellectual Contributions by Academic
    Disciplines Since 2010 



    Academic Discipline
    PRJ
    BKC
    PRO
    CRA
    CON
    TBK
    CST
    Accounting 9
    0
    9
    0
    9
    0
    0
    Business Administration 47
    3
    44
    5
    7
    1
    1
    Finance 57
    1
    9
    2
    7
    0
    0
    Marketing 4
    0
    7
    0
    3
    0
    0
    Department Total 117
    4
    69
    7
    24
    1
    1


     
    PRJ = Peer-Reviewed Journal
    BKC = Book Chapter
    PRO = Conference Proceeding
    CRA = Competitive Research Award (Grant)
    CON = Conference Presentation/Poster (No Publication of Proceeding)
    TBK = Textbook

    CST = Case Study



    Portfolio of Intellectual Contributions by Academic
    Disciplines Since 2010 

    Academic Discipline BDS
    APS
    TLS
    Accounting 27
    2
    0
    Business Administration 43
    39
    24
    Finance 64
    9
    3
    Marketing 4
    10
    0
    Department Total 138
    60
    27
     
    BDS = Basic or Discovery Scholarship
    APS = Applied or Integration/Application Scholarship
    TLS = Teaching and Learning Scholarship



    Types of Intellectual Contributions by Each Faculty Since 2010 

    Faculty
    PRJ
    BKC
    PRO
    CRA
    CON
    TBK
    CST
    Rexford Abaidoo 16
    0
    0
    1
    2
    0
    0
    Mohammad Ali 2
    0
    1
    1
    1
    0
    0
    Kate Brown 3
    0
    1
    1
    0
    0
    0
    Nicole Buzzetto-More 10
    3
    16
    0
    0
    1
    0
    Botao Chen [New Ph.D.] 0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Monisha Das 2
    0
    3
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Nagy Habib 3
    0
    0
    0
    1
    0
    0
    Kyung Joo Lee 5
    0
    9
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Deqing Diane Li 7
    0
    1
    0
    1
    0
    0
    Isaac Marcelin 3
    1
    0
    1
    3
    0
    0
    Bryant C. Mitchell 2
    0
    1
    0
    0
    0
    1
    Dandeson Panda 2
    0
    4
    0
    3
    0
    0
    Dinesh K. Sharma 13
    0
    26
    3
    0
    0
    0
    Vichet Sum 48
    0
    7
    0
    3
    0
    0
    Hwei C. Wang 4
    0
    0
    0
    9
    0
    0


     
    PRJ = Peer-Reviewed Journal
    BKC = Book Chapter
    PRO = Conference Proceeding
    CRA = Competitive Research Award (Grant)
    CON = Conference Presentation/Poster (No Publication of Proceeding)
    TBK = Textbook

    CST = Case Study


    Portfolio of Intellectual Contributions by Each Faculty 
    Since 2010

    Faculty BDS
    APS
    TLS
    Rexford Abaidoo 16
    0
    2
    Mohammad Ali 2
    3
    0
    Kate Brown 4
    0
    1
    Nicole Buzzetto-More 5
    5
    21
    Botao Chen [New Ph.D.] 0
    0
    0
    Monisha Das 2
    3
    0
    Nagy Habib 3
    1
    0
    Kyung Joo Lee 14
    0
    0
    Deqing Diane Li 7
    0
    0
    Isaac Marcelin 7
    0
    1
    Bryant C. Mitchell 0
    4
    0
    Dandeson Panda 2
    7
    0
    Dinesh K. Sharma 15
    24
    3
    Vichet Sum 48
    9
    1
    Hwei C. Wang 13
    0
    0
     
    BDS = Basic or Discovery Scholarship
    APS = Applied or Integration/Application Scholarship
    TLS = Teaching and Learning Scholarship



    Peer-Reviewed Publications by Years: 

    Year Total Number of Papers Published Since 2010
     Forthcoming 11
     2016 1
     2015 9
     2014 16
     2013 21
     2012 26
     2011 13
     2010 13

    Publications by Faculty Members

    Rexford Abaidoo

    1. Abaidoo Rexford (2015) Inflation, Inflation Expectations and Investment Performance Volatility: Evaluating Potential Causal Interactions; International Journal of Economics and Finance; Vol 7, No 5.

    2. Abaidoo Rexford (2015) “Global” Productivity Trends, Consumption Expenditures and US Macroeconomic Conditions: A Verification of the “Contagion” Phenomenon. International Business Research; Vol 8, No. 5.

    3. Abaidoo Rexford (2014) Exchange Rate Volatility, Global Market Exposure and Operational Efficiency among US Commercial Banks. International Journal of Economics and Finance. Vol 6 (9). (2014) 

    4. Abaidoo. Rexford (2014) Private and Public Investment Growth; Macroeconomic Expectations and Fiscal Policy Uncertainty. International Business Research Vol 7(1) (2014)

    5. Abaidoo Rexford (2013) Loan Supply Growth, Recession Expectation and Deficit-induced Policy Uncertainty; British Journal of Economics, Finance and Management Sciences; Vol. 8 (2).

    6. Abaidoo Rexford, Kwanin, O Daisy (2013) Corporate Profit Growth, Macroeconomic 
      Expectations and Fiscal Policy Volatility; International Journal of Economics and Finance Vol 5(8).

    7. Abaidoo , Rexford (2012) Macroeconomic Volatility and Macroeconomic Indicators among Sub-Saharan African Economies. International Journal of Economics and Finance IJEF, Vol 4, No 10 Pg 175-188.

    8. Abaidoo , Rexford (2012), Economic Growth, Regional Savings and FDI in Sub-Saharan Africa: Trivariate Causality and Error Correction Modeling Approach. International Journal of Economic and Finance (IJEF), Vol 4, No 11. 40-50.

    9. Abaidoo , Rexford (2012)Corporate Profit Growth and Variability in US unemployment rate. International Journal of Economics and Finance (IJEF) Vol 4, No 7 Pg 3-14 .

    10. Abaidoo , Rexford (2012) Policy Uncertainty, Macroeconomic Dynamics, and US Unemployment Conditions. Journal of Applied Business Research (JABR). Vol 28, No 5.

    11. Abaidoo , Rexford (2012)Macroeconomic Uncertainty, Consumer Sentiments, Consumption Expenditures and US Fixed Private Investment Growth. Journal of Applied Business Research (JABR). Vol 28, No 1. 

    12. Abaidoo , Rexford (2011). Dynamics of Us Economic Recovery: Can we still Count on the Finance and Insurance Sector? Journal of Business & Economics Research (JBER ). Vol 9 No 10 2011. 

    13. Abaidoo , Rexford (2011). US Job Creation Growth Rate and Sub-Sector Vulnerability to Economic Shock. Journal of Applied Business and Economics. Vol. 12, Iss. 5, pp. 66 - 79. 2011.

    14. Abaidoo . Rexford (2011). Balance of Payment Constrained Growth: Johansen versus Autoregressive Distributed Lag Model Test for Cointegration. Journal of Applied Business and Economics, Vol 12(2) (2011). 

    15. Abaidoo . Rexford (2011). Economic Growth and Energy Consumption in an Emerging Economy: Augmented Granger Causality Approach. Research in Business and Economic Journal, Vol 4 (2011). 

    16. Abaidoo . Rexford (2010), If A Rational Consumer Could Choose His Own Utility Function, Would He Choose to “Go Green” ? Journal of Applied Business and Economics Vol 10(6) pg 44-57, (2010). 

    Mohammad Ali

    1. Sum, V., Ali, M., & Das, M. (2016). Can business confidence and consumer confidence jointly explain stock market returns? Evidence from panel data. Advances in Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management7, 1-7.

    2. Ali , M., R.L. Kilmer, T.H. Spreen and C.R. Pitta. “Modeling the Impact of not Using Copper in Florida Grapefruit Production”. Academy of Business Research Journal.Vol.1, 2011: 93-107. 

    Kate Brown

    1. Sum , V., & Brown, K. (2012). Real estate sector response to economic policy uncertainty shocks.    International Research Journal of Applied Finance, 3(12), 1739-1747. 

    2. Brown , K.M., H.P. Sharma and M. Kraenzle, “The Impact of the Introduction of the Euro on Large and Small Firms”, The Journal of Current Research in Global Business, Vol. 14, No 21, 2011, pp 12-21.

    3. Brown , K.M. and V. Sum, “Determinants of Dividend Payments”, International Journal of Applied Accounting and Finance. Vol 1, 1, pp 40-46. 2010

    Nicole Buzzetto-More

    1. Buzzetto-More, N., Johnson, R., & Elobaid, M. (In Press). Communicating and Sharing in the Semantic Web: An Examination of Social Media Risks, Consequences, and Attitudinal Awareness. Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Skills and Lifelong Learning, Forthcoming .

    2. Buzzetto-More , N. (In Press). Student Attitudes towards the Integration of Youtube in Online, Hybrid, and Web-Assisted Courses: An Examination of the Impact of Course Modality on Perception. MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, Forthcoming.

    3. Buzzetto-More , N. (2014). An Examination of Undergraduate Student’s Perceptions and Predilections of the Use of YouTube in the Teaching and Learning ProcessInterdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects. 10(1) 17-32.

    4. Mitchell, B., Panda, D., Elobaid, M. and Buzzetto-More, N. (2013). Avatars in Education and the workplace. Review of Business Technology Research, 9(1), 440-450.

    5. Buzzetto-More , N. (2013). Social Media and Prosumerism. Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology. 10(1) 67-80.

    6. Buzzetto-More , N. (2013). Models to Inform Capstone Program Development. Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology. 10(1) 81-93.

    7. Buzzetto-More , N. (2012). Social Networking in Undergraduate Management Education. International Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management. 7(1).

    8. Buzzetto-More , N. (2010). Assessing the efficacy and effectiveness of an e-portfolio used for summative assessment. International Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects. 6 45-62.

    9. Buzzetto-More , N. (2010). Management and Social Networking: Changing Roles. Global Digital Business Review. 4(1)79-84. 

    10. Buzzetto-More , N., Ukoha, O. & Rustagi, N. (2010). Unlocking the barriers to women and minorities in computer science and information systems studies: Results from a multi-methodolical study conducted at two minority serving institutions. Journal of Information Technology Education 9(1) 115-132.

    Monisha Das

    1. Sum, V., Ali, M., & Das, M. (2016). Can business confidence and consumer confidence jointly explain stock market returns? Evidence from panel data. Advances in Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management7, 1-7.

    2. Das , Monisha, (2011) Influence of Product Attributes in Understanding Consumer Choice: A Study of Tea Marketing in Four countries. Journal of Global Business and Technology Research Vol 3. November –December 2011.

    Nagy Habib

    1. Habib , N. “A Model for Estimating the Value Added of the Life Insurance Market in Eqypt: An Empirical Study”. International Journal of Business and Social Science.Vol.5 No. 3; March 2014.

    2. Habib , N. (2012). The Role of Developing Countries Governments in HRD Programs: The Egyptian Experience”. International Journal of Business and. Social Science. Vol. 3 No. 3; February 2012.

    3. Habib , N. (2011) “Trade Volume and Returns in Emerging Stock Markets, An empirical Study: The Egyptian Market”. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science.Vol.1 No. 19; December 2011. 

    Kyung Joo Lee

    1. K. Lee , J. Jin, & Diane. Li, “Association between Pre IPO Earning Management And Post IPO Institutional Ownership Drifts”, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, accepted for publication and forthcoming.

    2. Sun, Y.,K. Lee, Diane. Li, & J. Jin “The Short-term Effect of Pre-IPO Earnings Management on Post-IPO Ownership Structure”, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, Accepted for publication and forthcoming. 

    3. Lee , K. Inter-temporal and Cross-sectional Variations in the Value Relevance of Earnings and Equity Book Value for Korean Firms, Pan-Pacific Journal of Business Research, (2010), Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 4-15, (with Jang, Jee In and Jung, Hye Jung).

    4. Lee , K. Firm’s Financial Leverage and Its Impact on Differential Roles of Earnings and Book Value for Equity Valuation, Pan-Pacific Journal of Business Research, (2010), Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 16-28, (with Huh, Sung-Kyu).

    5. Lee , K. The Effect of Underwriter Reputation on Pre-IPO Earnings Management and Post- IPO Operating Performances, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, (2010), Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 1-18, (with Sun, Yong, Li, Diane, and Jin, Jongdae). 

    Deqing Diane Li

    1. Yung, K., Li, D. D., & Jian, Y. (2015). The value of corporate financial flexibility in emerging countries. Journal of Multinational Financial Management32, 25-41.

    2. Yung, K., Li, D. D., & Sun, Q. S. (2015). CEO overconfidence and financial policies of real estate investment trusts (REITs). Journal of Property Research32(4), 384-406.

    3. K. Lee , J. Jin, & Diane. Li, “Association between Pre IPO Earning Management And Post IPO Institutional Ownership Drifts”, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, accepted for publication and forthcoming.

    4. Sun, Y.,K. Lee, Diane. Li, & J. Jin “The Short-term Effect of Pre-IPO Earnings Management on Post-IPO Ownership Structure”, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, Accepted for publication and forthcoming.

    5. Li, D. D., Lin, Y., & Jin, J. (2012). International Volatility Transmission of REIT Returns. The International Journal of Business and Finance Research, 6(3), 41-51.

    6. Xu, T., Li, D., & Jin, J. J. (2010). Short Term Market Reaction to Earnings Restatements: Value Stocks Vis-a-Vis Glamour Stocks. Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal14(3), 55. (BEST PAPER AWARD)

    7. Lee , K. The Effect of Underwriter Reputation on Pre-IPO Earnings Management and Post- IPO Operating Performances, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, (2010), Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 1-18, (with Sun, Yong, Li, Diane, and Jin, Jongdae).

    Isaac Marcelin

    1. Mathur, I., & Marcelin, I. (2015). Institutional failure or market failure? Journal of Banking & Finance52, 266–280.

    2. Marcelin, I., & Mathur, I. (2015). Privatization, financial development, property rights and growth. Journal of Banking & Finance50, 528-546.

    3. Marcelin, I., & Mathur, I. (2014). Financial development, institutions and banks. International Review of Financial Analysis31, 25-33. 

    Bryant C. Mitchell

    1. Mitchell, B.C., Fredendall, L.D. & Cantrell, R.S. “Using McKinsey’s 7S Model to Empirically Examine Organizational Effectiveness Among the NBA Teams.” International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, Forthcoming in 2015. 


    2. Mitchell, B., Panda, D., Elobaid, M. and Buzzetto-More, N. (2013). Avatars in Education and the workplace. Review of Business Technology Research, 9(1), 440-450.


    Dandeson Panda

    1. PANDA, D. D., & ELOBEID, M. (2014). Good Ethics is the Center Piece of Good Management. Consortium Journal of Hospitality & Tourism, 19(1).

    2. Mitchell, B., Panda, D., Elobaid, M. and Buzzetto-More, N. (2013). Avatars in Education and the workplace. Review of Business Technology Research, 9(1), 440-450.

    Dinesh K. Sharma

    1. Sharma, D. K. (In Press). A hybrid probabilistic fuzzy goal programming approach for agricultural decision-making. International Journal of Production Economics, Forthcoming.

    2. Sharma, Dinesh K., Sharma, H. and Hota, H.S. (2015), "Future Value Prediction of US Stock Market Using ARIMA and RBFN", International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Forthcoming. 

    3. Rababaah, A. and Sharma, Dinesh K. (2015), "Integration of Two Different Signal Processing Techniques with Artificial Neural Network for Stock Market Forecasting", Journal of Management Information and Decision Sciences, Forthcoming.

    4. Mishra, S.S., Sharma, Dinesh K., Yadav, S.K. and Rawat, S. (2015), "Computational Approach to fuzzified profit Optimisation of Inventory Flow in Supply Chain with Deteriorating items," International Journal of Operational Research, forthcoming

    5. Sharma, Dinesh K. and Rababaah, A. (2014), "Stock Market Predictive Model Based on Integration of Signal Processing and Artificial Neural Network," Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal, Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 51-70. 

    6. Sharma, Dinesh K., Jana, R. and Sharma, H. (2013), "A Hybrid Decision Support System for Equity Portfolio Management," Journal of Money, Investment and Banking, Vol. 28, pp. 82-93. 

    7. Sharma, H., Sharma, Dinesh K. and Jana, R. (2013), "Inventory Management Decisions - A Fuzzy Non-Linear Goal Programming Approach," International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Vol. 110, pp. 171-180. 

    8. Sharma, Dinesh K. and Hota, H. (2013), "Data Mining Techniques for Prediction of Different Categories of Dermatology Diseases," Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 103-115.

    9. Sharma, Dinesh K., Rai, C.S. and Gaur, Loveleen (2012), "Linear Versus Non Linear Algorithms for Feature Extraction and Image Compression," International Journal of Decision Science and Information Technology, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 1-16.

    10. Sharma, Dinesh K. and Peer, S.K. (2012), "Multi-Factor User Interface Component Layout Problem with Genetic Algorithm," Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp. 73-84. 

    11. Mishra, S. and Sharma, Dinesh K. (2011), "Using Computing and Information Technology for Analysis of Agricultural Data Mining," Journal of Global Information Technology, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 21-28 

    12. Sharma, H., Sharma, Dinesh K. and Jana, R.K. (2010), “A Varying Domain Fuzzy Goal Programming Model to Mutual Fund Portfolio Selection,” The International Journal of Finance, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 6394-6412. 

    13. Jana, R. and Sharma, Dinesh K. (2010), “Genetic Algorithm based Fuzzy Goal Programming for Class of Chance Constrained Programming Problems,” International Journal of Computer Mathematics, Vol. 87, No. 4, pp. 733-742. 

    14. Sharma, Dinesh K., Rai, C.S. and Gaur, Loveleen (2010), "Unsupervised Learning Algorithms for Image Compression: A Comparative Study," International Journal of Decision Science and Information Technology, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 1-9. 

    Vichet Sum

    1. Sum, V. (In Press). Economic policy uncertainty and stock market returns. International Review of Applied Financial Issues and Economics. Forthcoming.

    2. Sum, V. (2016). Can business confidence and consumer confidence jointly explain stock 
      market returns? Evidence from panel data. Advances in Investment Analysis and Portfolio 
      Management
      , 7, 1-7.

    3. Lin, J. C., & Sum, V. (2015). A comparative analysis on the volume-return relationship of the ETF and stock market. Journal of Trading10(2), 5-22.    

    4. Sum, V. (2015). Can firms with the best training program withstand the storm of economic 
      policy uncertainty? Journal of Business Economics and Management16(1), 206-213. 

    5. Sum, V., & Lin, J. C. (2015). Short interest ratio and equity market return: Causality and 
      impulse response functions. Advances in Financial Planning and Forecasting6
      233-247.   

    6. Sum, V. (2014). Dynamic effects of financial stress on the U.S. real estate market performance. Journal of Economics and Business75, 80-92.  

    7. Sum, V. (2014). Dynamic effect of Tobin's q on price-to-earnings ratio. Managerial Finance, 40(6), 634-643. 

    8. Sum, V. (2014). Why should you invest in the best companies to work for?
      Journal of Investing 23(2), 69-73.

    9. Sum, V. (2014). Covariance patterns of the commodity and equity markets: A recent surprise. 
      Journal of Index Investing 5(1), 33-37. 

    10. Sum, V., & Chorlian, J. (2014). Training and the firm's competitivenessA survey of 
      practitioners. Economics, Management, and Financial Markets, 9(2), 11-26. 

    11. Sum, V. (2014). Equity trading activity and credit spread shock. Journal of Trading, 9(2),
      21-26. 

    12. Sum, V. (2014). Stock market performance: Variance decomposition of price-earnings ratio, 
      dividend yield and Tobin's Q. Journal of Financial Transformation39, 63-67. 

    13. Sum, V. (2014). Effects of business and consumer confidence on stock market returns: Cross- sectional evidence. Economics, Management, and Financial Markets9(1), 21-25. 

    14. Sum, V. (2014). Quality of the firm’s training and stock returns. 
      Journal of Wealth Management 16(4), 48-54. Link to Article

    15. Sum, V. (2014). Stock market returns and liquidity: Dynamic relationships and causality. 
      Journal of Trading
      9(1), 34-40. 

    16. Sum, V., Chorlian, J., & Lin, J. C. (2013). The effect of the demand side’s confidence on 
      the supply side’s confidence: The mediating role of financial stress. Investment Management and Financial Innovations10(4), 43-47.

    17. Sum, V. (2013). The ASEAN stock market performance and economic policy uncertainty in the United States. Economic PapersA Journal of Applied Economics and Policy32(4), 512-521.

    18. Sum, V. (2013). Response of business and consumer confidence to monetary policy shocks. The Empirical Economics Letters12(11), 1259-1265. 

    19. Sum, V., & Lin, J. C. (2013). Financial stress and commercial bank loan delinquency.
      Banks and Bank Systems8(3), 72-75.

    20. Sum, V., & Chorlian, J. (2013). Stock market risk premiums, business confidence and consumer confidence: Dynamic effects and variance decomposition. International Journal of 
      Economics and Finance
      5(9), 45-49.

    21. Sum, V., & Chorlian, J. (2013). Strategic involvement of training professionals in the firm’s 
      business strategies: Evidence from the United States. Global Journal of Business Research
      7
      (4), 127-134.

    22. Sum, V. (2013). The impulse response functions of stock market returns to temperature and 
      precipitation innovations. International Research Journal of Applied Finance4(3), 
      429-450. 
    23. Sum, V. (2013). Commercial paper rates and stock market excess returns. Journal of Finance and Investment Analysis2(1), 77-83. 

    24. Sum, V. (2013). Innovation and firm performance: Evidence from the capital market. Journal 
      of Modern Accounting and Auditing
      9(2), 272-277.

    25. Sum, V. (2013). Employee benefits and stock returns: A look at health care benefits. Accounting and Taxation5(1), 1-8.

    26. Sum, V. (2013). Economic policy uncertainty in the United States and Europe: A cointegration test. International Journal of Economics and Finance5(2), 98-101. 

    27. Sum, V. (2013). The orthogonal response of stock returns to dividend yield and price-to-earnings innovations. Accounting and Finance Research2(1), 47-53. 

    28. Sum, V. (2013). Impulse response functions and causality test of financial stress and stock market risk premiums. International Journal of Financial Research4(1), 1-4.

    29. Sum, V. (2012). Most admired companies: Admirable performance. Journal of Applied Finance and Banking2(6), 191-199. 

    30. Sum, V., & Fanta, F. (2012). Long-run relation and speed of adjustment of economic policy 
      uncertainty and excess return volatility. International Research Journal of Finance and 
      Economics
      , 102, 6-12.

    31. Sum, V., & Brown, K. (2012). Real estate sector response to economic policy uncertainty shocks.    International Research Journal of Applied Finance3(12), 1739-1747.

    32. Sum, V. (2012). Financial stress and economic policy uncertainty: Impulse response function and causality. International Research Journal of Applied Finance3(11), 1633-1637. 

    33. Sum, V. (2012). The effect of economic policy uncertainty in the US on the stock market 
      performance in Canada and Mexico. International Journal of Economics and Finance
      4(11),    165-171. 

    34. Sum, V. (2012). Economic policy uncertainty and stock market performance: Evidence from the European Union, Croatia, Norway, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey and Ukraine. Journal of Money, Investment and Banking25, 99-104.

    35. Sum, V. (2012). Does economic policy uncertainty in the United States affect stock market 
      performance in Europe? International Research Journal of Finance and Economics98, 40-
      45.  

    36. Sum, V. (2012). The impulse response functions of economic policy uncertainty and stock market returns: A Look at the Eurozone. Journal of International Finance Studies12(3), 100-105.  

    37. Sum, V., & Chorlian, J. (2012). Stock returns and employee turnover. International Economics and Finance Journal7(2), 347-354. 

    38. Sum, V. (2012). Most ethical companies and stock performance: empirical evidence. 
      International Research Journal of Applied Finance
      3(9), 1286-1292. 

    39. Lim, S., Sum, V., & Khun, C. (2012). Interest rate sensitivity of stock returns: Effects across the maturity profile and direction of interest rate changes. International Research Journal of 
      Applied Finance
      3(8), 1151-1162.

    40. Sum, V. (2012). Workforce diversity and stock returns. International Research Journal of 
      Finance and Economics
      92, 82-86. 

    41. Lim, S., Khun, C, & Sum, V. (2012). On the functional forms and stability of money demand: The U.S., Japan and Australia. Research in Business and Economics Journal6, 150-168.

    42. Sum, V. (2012). Stock performance and the firm's training program. International Research 
      Journal of Applied Finance
      3(5), 554-559. 

    43. Sum, V. (2012). A comparison of strategic involvement of training professionals employed in 
      small, medium and large firms. Academy of Business Journal2, 63-71. 

    44. Lin, J. C., & Sum, V. (2012). Bank ownership and performance in Taiwan: Do politics matter? 
      Journal of Finance and Accountancy
      10, 12-30. 

    45. Sum, V. (2011). Integrating training in business strategies means greater impact of training on the firm’s competitiveness. Research in Business and Economics Journal4, 1-19.

    46. Sum, V. (2010). The January and size effects on stock returns: More evidence. International 
      Journal of Applied Accounting and Finance
      1(1), 47-52. Link to article

    47. Brown, K., & Sum, V. (2010). Determinants of dividend payments. International Journal of 
      Applied Accounting and Finance
      1(1), 40-46. 

    48. Sum, V., McCaskey, S. J., & Kyeyune, C. (2010). A survey research of satisfaction levels of 
      graduate students enrolled in a nationally ranked top-10 program at a mid-western university. 
      Research in Higher Education Journal
      7(2), 1-17.

    Hwei C. Wang

    1. Hwei Cheng Wang, & Yung-I Lou . (In Press). Design and Implement the ABC in the communication company. Global Journal of Business Research. Forthcoming.

    2. Hwei Cheng Wang, Chiulien C. Venezia and Yung-I Lou. (2013). Determinants of Chief Executive Officer Compensation. The International Journal of Business and Finance Research, 7(4),29-42. 

    3. Hwei Cheng Wang, Howard Lawrence and Chia-Hui Chen. (2012). Corporate Diversification and Firm Performance Impact on Chief Executive Officers Salary. The International Business & Economics Research Journal11(12), 1363-1382.

    4. Karen Moustafa Leonard, Michael Slaubaugh, and Hwei Cheng Wang. (2010). Cultural Effects on Accounting Practices and Investment Decisions. International Journal of Accounting and Finance2(2),156-170.


    Publications by Years 


    Forthcoming Papers

    1. Buzzetto-More, N., Johnson, R., & Elobaid, M. (In Press). Communicating and Sharing in the Semantic Web: An Examination of Social Media Risks, Consequences, and Attitudinal Awareness. Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Skills and Lifelong Learning, Forthcoming .

    2. Buzzetto-More , N. (In Press). Student Attitudes towards the Integration of Youtube in Online, Hybrid, and Web-Assisted Courses: An Examination of the Impact of Course Modality on Perception. MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, Forthcoming.

    3. K. Lee , J. Jin, & Diane. Li, “Association between Pre IPO Earning Management And Post IPO Institutional Ownership Drifts”, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, accepted for publication and forthcoming. 

    4. Sun, Y.,K. LeeDiane. Li, & J. Jin “The Short-term Effect of Pre-IPO Earnings Management on Post-IPO Ownership Structure”, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, Accepted for publication and forthcoming. 

    5. Mitchell, B.C., Fredendall, L.D. & Cantrell, R.S. “Using McKinsey’s 7S Model to Empirically Examine Organizational Effectiveness Among the NBA Teams.” International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, Forthcoming in 2015. 

    6. Sharma, D. K. (In Press). A hybrid probabilistic fuzzy goal programming approach for agricultural decision-making. International Journal of Production Economics, Forthcoming.

    7. Sharma, Dinesh K., Sharma, H. and Hota, H.S. (2015), "Future Value Prediction of US Stock Market Using ARIMA and RBFN", International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Forthcoming. 

    8. Rababaah, A. and Sharma, Dinesh K. (2015), "Integration of Two Different Signal Processing Techniques with Artificial Neural Network for Stock Market Forecasting", Journal of Management Information and Decision Sciences, Forthcoming.

    9. Mishra, S.S., Sharma, Dinesh K., Yadav, S.K. and Rawat, S. (2015), "Computational Approach to fuzzified profit Optimisation of Inventory Flow in Supply Chain with Deteriorating items," International Journal of Operational Research, forthcoming

    10. Sum , V. (In Press). Economic policy uncertainty and stock market returns. International Review of Applied Financial Issues and Economics. Forthcoming.

    11. Hwei Cheng Wang, & Yung-I Lou . (In Press). Design and Implement the ABC in the communication company. Global Journal of Business Research. Forthcoming. 

    Papers Published in 2016

    1. Sum, V., Ali, M., & Das, M. (2016). Can business confidence and consumer confidence jointly explain stock market returns? Evidence from panel data. Advances in Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management7, 1-7.

    Papers Published in 2015

    1. Abaidoo Rexford (2015) Inflation, Inflation Expectations and Investment Performance Volatility: Evaluating Potential Causal Interactions; International Journal of Economics and Finance; Vol 7, No 5.

    2. Abaidoo Rexford (2015) “Global” Productivity Trends, Consumption Expenditures and US Macroeconomic Conditions: A Verification of the “Contagion” Phenomenon. International Business Research; Vol 8, No. 5.

    3. Yung, K., Li, D. D., & Jian, Y. (2015). The value of corporate financial flexibility in emerging countries. Journal of Multinational Financial Management32, 25-41.

    4. Yung, K., Li, D. D., & Sun, Q. S. (2015). CEO overconfidence and financial policies of real estate investment trusts (REITs). Journal of Property Research32(4), 384-406.

    5. Mathur, I., & Marcelin, I. (2015). Institutional failure or market failure? Journal of Banking & Finance52, 266–280.

    6. Marcelin, I., & Mathur, I. (2015). Privatization, financial development, property rights and growth. Journal of Banking & Finance50, 528-546.

    7. Lin, J. C., & Sum, V. (2015). A comparative analysis on the volume-return relationship of the ETF and stock market. Journal of Trading10(2), 5-22.

    8. Sum , V. (2015). Can firms with the best training program withstand the storm of economic policy uncertainty? Journal of Business Economics and Management (SSCI), 16(1), 206-213. 

    9. Sum, V., & Lin, J. C. (2015). Short interest ratio and equity market return: Causality and 
      impulse response functions. Advances in Financial Planning and Forecasting6
      233-247.

    Papers Published in 2014

    1. Abaidoo Rexford (2014) Exchange Rate Volatility, Global Market Exposure and Operational Efficiency among US Commercial Banks. International Journal of Economics and Finance. Vol 6 (9). (2014) 

    2. Abaidoo. Rexford (2014) Private and Public Investment Growth; Macroeconomic Expectations and Fiscal Policy Uncertainty. International Business Research Vol 7(1) (2014)

    3. Buzzetto-More , N. (2014). An Examination of Undergraduate Student’s Perceptions and Predilections of the Use of YouTube in the Teaching and Learning ProcessInterdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects. 10(1) 17-32.

    4. Habib , N. “A Model for Estimating the Value Added of the Life Insurance Market in Eqypt: An Empirical Study”. International Journal of Business and Social Science.Vol.5 No. 3; March 2014.

    5. Marcelin, I., & Mathur, I. (2014). Financial development, institutions and banks. International Review of Financial Analysis31, 25-33.

    6. PANDA, D. D., & ELOBEID, M. (2014). Good Ethics is the Center Piece of Good Management. Consortium Journal of Hospitality & Tourism, 19(1).

    7. Sum, V. (2014). Dynamic effects of financial stress on the U.S. real estate market performance. Journal of Economics and Business75, 80-92. 

    8. Sum , V. (2014). Dynamic effect of Tobin's q on price-to-earnings ratio. 
      Managerial Finance, 40(6), 634-643. 

    9. Sum , V. (2014). Why should you invest in the best companies to work for? 
      Journal of Investing23(2), 69-73.

    10. Sum, V. ( 2014). Covariance patterns of the commodity and equity markets: A recentsurprise. Journal of Index Investing5(1), 33-37.

    11. Sum , V., & Chorlian, J. (2014). Training and the firm's competitiveness : A survey of 
       practitioners. Economics, Management, and Financial Markets, 9(2), 11-26. 

    12. Sum , V. (2014). Equity trading activity and credit spread shock. Journal of Trading , 9(2), 21-26.

    13. Sum , V. (2014). Stock market performance: Variance decomposition of price-earnings ratio, dividend yield and Tobin's Q. Journal of Financial Transformation, 39, 63-67.

    14. Sum , V. (2014). Effects of business and consumer confidence on stock market returns: Cross- sectional evidence. Economics, Management, and Financial Markets , 9 (1), 21-25. 

    15. Sum , V. (2014). Quality of the firm’s training and stock returns.  Journal of Wealth Management , 16 (4), 48-54. 

    16. Sum , V. (2014). Stock market returns and liquidity: Dynamic relationships and causality. 
      Journal of Trading
       , 9 (1), 34-40.

    Papers Published in 2013

    1. Abaidoo Rexford (2013) Loan Supply Growth, Recession Expectation and Deficit-induced Policy Uncertainty; British Journal of Economics, Finance and Management Sciences; Vol. 8 (2).

    2. Abaidoo Rexford, Kwanin, O Daisy (2013) Corporate Profit Growth, Macroeconomic 
      Expectations and Fiscal Policy Volatility; International Journal of Economics and Finance Vol 5(8).

    3. Buzzetto-More , N. (2013). Social Media and Prosumerism. Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology. 10(1) 67-80.

    4. Buzzetto-More , N. (2013). Models to Inform Capstone Program Development. Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology. 10(1) 81-93.

    5. Mitchell, B., Panda, D., Elobaid, M. and Buzzetto-More, N. (2013). Avatars in Education and the workplace. Review of Business Technology Research, 9(1), 440-450.

    6. Sharma, Dinesh K., Jana, R. and Sharma, H. (2013), "A Hybrid Decision Support System for Equity Portfolio Management," Journal of Money, Investment and Banking, Vol. 28, pp. 82-93.

    7. Sharma, H., Sharma, Dinesh K. and Jana, R. (2013), "Inventory Management Decisions - A Fuzzy Non-Linear Goal Programming Approach," International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Vol. 110, pp. 171-180.

    8. Sharma, Dinesh K. and Hota, H. (2013), "Data Mining Techniques for Prediction of Different Categories of Dermatology Diseases," Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 103-115.

    9. Sum , V., Chorlian, J., & Lin, J. C. (2013). The effect of the demand side’s confidence on 
      the supply side’s confidence: The mediating role of financial stress. Investment Management and Financial Innovations , 10 (4), 43-47. 

    10. Sum , V. (2013). The ASEAN stock market performance and economic policy uncertainty in the United States. Economic Papers : A Journal of Applied Economics and Policy , 32 (4), 512-521. 

    11. Sum , V. (2013). Response of business and consumer confidence to monetary policy shocks. The Empirical Economics Letters , 12 (11), 1259-1265. 

    12. Sum , V., & Lin, J. C. (2013). Financial stress and commercial bank loan delinquency. Banks and Bank Systems , 8(3), 72-75. 

    13. Sum , V., & Chorlian, J. (2013). Stock market risk premiums, business confidence and consumer confidence: Dynamic effects and variance decomposition. International Journal of Economics and Finance , 5 (9), 45-49.

    14. Sum , V., & Chorlian, J. (2013). Strategic involvement of training professionals in the firm’s business strategies: Evidence from the United States. Global Journal of Business Research, 7(4), 127-134. 

    15. Sum , V. (2013). The impulse response functions of stock market returns to temperature and precipitation innovations. International Research Journal of Applied Finance, 4(3), 429-450.

    16. Sum , V. (2013). Commercial paper rates and stock market excess returns. Journal of Finance and Investment Analysis, 2(1), 77-83. 

    17. Sum , V. (2013). Innovation and firm performance: Evidence from the capital market. Journal of Modern Accounting and Auditing, 9(2), 272-277. 

    18. Sum , V. (2013). Employee benefits and stock returns: A look at health care benefits. Accounting and Taxation, 5(1), 1-8.

    19. Sum , V. (2013). Economic policy uncertainty in the United States and Europe: A cointegration test. International Journal of Economics and Finance , 5 (2), 98-101.

    20. Sum , V. (2013). The orthogonal response of stock returns to dividend yield and price-to-earnings innovations. Accounting and Finance Research, 2(1), 47-53. 

    21. Sum , V. (2013). Impulse response functions and causality test of financial stress and stock market risk premiums. International Journal of Financial Research, 4(1), 1-4 .

    22. Hwei Cheng Wang, Chiulien C. Venezia and Yung-I Lou. (2013). Determinants of Chief Executive Officer Compensation. The International Journal of Business and Finance Research. 7(4),29-42.

    Papers Published in 2012

    1. Abaidoo , Rexford (2012) Macroeconomic Volatility and Macroeconomic Indicators among Sub-Saharan African Economies. International Journal of Economics and Finance IJEF, Vol 4, No 10 Pg 175-188.

    2. Abaidoo , Rexford (2012), Economic Growth, Regional Savings and FDI in Sub-Saharan Africa: Trivariate Causality and Error Correction Modeling Approach. International Journal of Economic and Finance (IJEF), Vol 4, No 11. 40-50.

    3. Abaidoo , Rexford (2012)Corporate Profit Growth and Variability in US unemployment rate. International Journal of Economics and Finance (IJEF) Vol 4, No 7 Pg 3-14 .

    4. Abaidoo , Rexford (2012) Policy Uncertainty, Macroeconomic Dynamics, and US Unemployment Conditions. Journal of Applied Business Research (JABR). Vol 28, No 5.

    5. Abaidoo , Rexford (2012)Macroeconomic Uncertainty, Consumer Sentiments, Consumption Expenditures and US Fixed Private Investment Growth. Journal of Applied Business Research (JABR). Vol 28, No 1.

    6. Buzzetto-More , N. (2012). Social Networking in Undergraduate Management Education. International Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management. 7(1).

    7. Habib , N. (2012). The Role of Developing Countries Governments in HRD Programs: The Egyptian Experience”. International Journal of Business and. Social Science. Vol. 3 No. 3; February 2012.

    8. Li, D. D., Lin, Y., & Jin, J. (2012). International Volatility Transmission of REIT Returns. The International Journal of Business and Finance Research, 6(3), 41-51.

    9. Sharma , Dinesh K., Hota, H. and Pujari, P. (2012), “Neural Network, Support Vector Machine and its Ensemble Model for Prediction of Different Categories of Dermatology Diseases,” Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal.

    10. Sum , V. (2012). Most admired companies: Admirable performance. Journal of Applied Finance and Banking, 2(6), 191-199.

    11. Sum , V., & Fanta, F. (2012). Long-run relation and speed of adjustment of economic policy uncertainty and excess return volatility. International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, 102, 6-12.

    12. Sum , V., & Brown, K. (2012). Real estate sector response to economic policy uncertainty shocks.    International Research Journal of Applied Finance, 3(12), 1739-1747. 

    13. Sum , V. (2012). Financial stress and economic policy uncertainty: Impulse response function and   causality. International Research Journal of Applied Finance, 3(11), 1633-1637. 

    14. Sum , V. (2012). The effect of economic policy uncertainty in the US on the stock market performance in Canada and Mexico. International Journal of Economics and Finance, 4(11), 165-171.

    15. Sum , V. (2012). Economic policy uncertainty and stock market performance: Evidence from the European Union, Croatia, Norway, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey and Ukraine. Journal of Money, Investment and Banking, 25, 99-104.

    16. Sum , V. (2012). Does economic policy uncertainty in the United States affect stock market performance in Europe? International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, 98, 40-45.

    17. Sum , V. (2012). The impulse response functions of economic policy uncertainty and stock market returns: A Look at the Eurozone. Journal of International Finance Studies, 12(3), 100-105. 

    18. Sum , V., & Chorlian, J. (2012). Stock returns and employee turnover. International Economics and Finance Journal, 7(2), 347-354.

    19. Sum , V. (2012). Most ethical companies and stock performance: empirical evidence. 
      International Research Journal of Applied Finance
      , 3(9), 1286-1292.

    20. Lim, S., Sum, V., & Khun, C. (2012). Interest rate sensitivity of stock returns: Effects across the maturity profile and direction of interest rate changes. International Research Journal of Applied Finance, 3(8), 1151-1162.

    21. Sum , V. (2012). Workforce diversity and stock returns. International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, 92, 82-86. 

    22. Lim, S., Khun, C, & Sum, V. (2012). On the functional forms and stability of money demand: The U.S., Japan and Australia. Research in Business and Economics Journal, 6, 150-168.

    23. Sum , V. (2012). Stock performance and the firm's training program. International Research  Journal of Applied Finance, 3(5), 554-559.

    24. Sum , V. (2012). A comparison of strategic involvement of training professionals employed in small, medium and large firms. Academy of Business Journal, 2, 63-71.

    25. Lin, J. C., & Sum, V. (2012). Bank ownership and performance in Taiwan: Do politics matter? Journal of Finance and Accountancy, 10, 12-30.

    26. Hwei Cheng Wang, Howard Lawrence and Chia-Hui Chen. (2012). Corporate Diversification and Firm Performance Impact on Chief Executive Officers Salary. The International Business & Economics Research Journal. 11(12), 1363-1382.

    Papers Published in 2011

    1. Abaidoo , Rexford (2011). Dynamics of Us Economic Recovery: Can we still Count on the Finance and Insurance Sector? Journal of Business & Economics Research (JBER ). Vol 9 No 10 2011. 

    2. Abaidoo , Rexford (2011). US Job Creation Growth Rate and Sub-Sector Vulnerability to Economic Shock. Journal of Applied Business and Economics. Vol. 12, Iss. 5, pp. 66 - 79. 2011.

    3. Abaidoo . Rexford (2011). Balance of Payment Constrained Growth: Johansen versus Autoregressive Distributed Lag Model Test for Cointegration. Journal of Applied Business and Economics, Vol 12(2) (2011). 

    4. Abaidoo . Rexford (2011). Economic Growth and Energy Consumption in an Emerging Economy: Augmented Granger Causality Approach. Research in Business and Economic Journal, Vol 4 (2011). 

    5. Ali , M., R.L. Kilmer, T.H. Spreen and C.R. Pitta. “Modeling the Impact of not Using Copper in Florida Grapefruit Production”. Academy of Business Research Journal.Vol.1, 2011: 93-107. 

    6. Brown , K.M., H.P. Sharma and M. Kraenzle, “The Impact of the Introduction of the Euro on Large and Small Firms”, The Journal of Current Research in Global Business, Vol. 14, No 21, 2011, pp 12-21.

    7. Das , Monisha, (2011) Influence of Product Attributes in Understanding Consumer Choice: A Study of Tea Marketing in Four countries. Journal of Global Business and Technology Research Vol 3. November –December 2011.

    8. Habib , N. (2011) “Trade Volume and Returns in Emerging Stock Markets, An empirical Study: The Egyptian Market”. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science.Vol.1 No. 19; December 2011.

    9. Mishra, S. and Sharma, Dinesh K. (2011), “Using Computing and Information Technology for Analysis Of Agricultural Data Mining,” Journal of Global Information Technology.

    10. Sharma , Dinesh K., Rai, C.S. and Gaur, Loveleen (2011), “Unsupervised Learning Algorithms for Image Compression: A Comparative Study,” International Journal of Decision Science and Information Technology.

    11. Sharma , Dinesh K. and Peer, S.K. (2011), “Multi-Factor User Interface Component Layout Problem with Genetic Algorithm,” Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal.

    12. Sharma , H., Sharma, Dinesh K. and Jana, R.K. (2011), “A Varying Domain Fuzzy Goal Programming Model to Mutual Fund Portfolio Selection,” The International Journal of Finance, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 6394-6412.

    13. Sum , V. (2011). Integrating training in business strategies means greater impact of training on the firm’s competitiveness. Research in Business and Economics Journal, 4, 1-19.

    Papers Published in 2010

    1. Abaidoo . Rexford (2010), If A Rational Consumer Could Choose His Own Utility Function, Would He Choose to “Go Green” ? Journal of Applied Business and Economics Vol 10(6) pg 44-57, (2010).

    2. Brown , K.M. and V. Sum, “Determinants of Dividend Payments”, International Journal of Applied Accounting and Finance. Vol 1, 1, pp 40-46. 2010. 

    3. Buzzetto-More , N. (2010). Assessing the efficacy and effectiveness of an e-portfolio used for summative assessment. International Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects. 6 45-62.

    4. Buzzetto-More , N. (2010). Management and Social Networking: Changing Roles. Global Digital Business Review. 4(1)79-84. 

    5. Buzzetto-More , N., Ukoha, O. & Rustagi, N. (2010). Unlocking the barriers to women and minorities in computer science and information systems studies: Results from a multi-methodolical study conducted at two minority serving institutions. Journal of Information Technology Education 9(1) 115-132.

    6. Lee , K. Inter-temporal and Cross-sectional Variations in the Value Relevance of Earnings and Equity Book Value for Korean Firms, Pan-Pacific Journal of Business Research, (2010), Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 4-15, (with Jang, Jee In and Jung, Hye Jung). 

    7. Lee , K. Firm’s Financial Leverage and Its Impact on Differential Roles of Earnings and Book Value for Equity Valuation, Pan-Pacific Journal of Business Research, (2010), Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 16-28, (with Huh, Sung-Kyu).

    8. Lee , K. The Effect of Underwriter Reputation on Pre-IPO Earnings Management and Post- IPO Operating Performances, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, (2010), Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 1-18, (with Sun, Yong, Li, Diane, and Jin, Jongdae). 

    9. Xu, T., Li, D., & Jin, J. J. (2010). Short Term Market Reaction to Earnings Restatements: Value Stocks Vis-a-Vis Glamour Stocks. Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal14(3), 55. (BEST PAPER AWARD)

    10. Jana, R. and Sharma, Dinesh K. (2010), “Genetic Algorithm based Fuzzy Goal Programming for Class of Chance Constrained Programming Problems,” International Journal of Computer Mathematics, Vol. 87, No. 4, pp. 733-742.

    11. Sum , V. (2010). The January and size effects on stock returns: More evidence. International Journal of Applied Accounting and Finance, 1(1), 47-52. 

    12. Sum , V., McCaskey, S. J., & Kyeyune, C. (2010). A survey research of satisfaction levels of graduate students enrolled in a nationally ranked top-10 program at a mid-western university. Research in Higher Education Journal, 7(2), 1-17. 

    13. Karen Moustafa Leonard, Michael Slaubaugh, and Hwei Cheng Wang. (2010). Cultural Effects on Accounting Practices and Investment Decisions. International Journal of Accounting and Finance, 2(2),156-170.

    Publications by Faculty in Academic Disciplines

    Accounting

    1. K. Lee , J. Jin, & Diane. Li, “Association between Pre IPO Earning Management And Post IPO Institutional Ownership Drifts”, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, accepted for publication and forthcoming.

    2. Sun, Y.,K. Lee, Diane. Li, & J. Jin “The Short-term Effect of Pre-IPO Earnings Management on Post-IPO Ownership Structure”, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, Accepted for publication and forthcoming. 

    3. Lee , K. Inter-temporal and Cross-sectional Variations in the Value Relevance of Earnings and Equity Book Value for Korean Firms, Pan-Pacific Journal of Business Research, (2010), Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 4-15, (with Jang, Jee In and Jung, Hye Jung).

    4. Lee , K. Firm’s Financial Leverage and Its Impact on Differential Roles of Earnings and Book Value for Equity Valuation, Pan-Pacific Journal of Business Research, (2010), Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 16-28, (with Huh, Sung-Kyu).

    5. Lee , K. The Effect of Underwriter Reputation on Pre-IPO Earnings Management and Post- IPO Operating Performances, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, (2010), Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 1-18, (with Sun, Yong, Li, Diane, and Jin, Jongdae).

    6. Hwei Cheng Wang, & Yung-I Lou . (In Press). Design and Implement the ABC in the communication company. Global Journal of Business Research. Forthcoming.

    7. Hwei Cheng Wang, Chiulien C. Venezia and Yung-I Lou. (2013). Determinants of Chief Executive Officer Compensation. The International Journal of Business and Finance Research, 7(4),29-42. 

    8. Hwei Cheng Wang, Howard Lawrence and Chia-Hui Chen. (2012). Corporate Diversification and Firm Performance Impact on Chief Executive Officers Salary. The International Business & Economics Research Journal11(12), 1363-1382.

    9. Karen Moustafa Leonard, Michael Slaubaugh, and Hwei Cheng Wang. (2010). Cultural Effects on Accounting Practices and Investment Decisions. International Journal of Accounting and Finance2(2),156-170.

    Business Administration

    1. Abaidoo Rexford (2015) Inflation, Inflation Expectations and Investment Performance Volatility: Evaluating Potential Causal Interactions; International Journal of Economics and Finance; Vol 7, No 5.

    2. Abaidoo Rexford (2015) “Global” Productivity Trends, Consumption Expenditures and US Macroeconomic Conditions: A Verification of the “Contagion” Phenomenon. International Business Research; Vol 8, No. 5.

    3. Abaidoo Rexford (2014) Exchange Rate Volatility, Global Market Exposure and Operational Efficiency among US Commercial Banks. International Journal of Economics and Finance. Vol 6 (9). (2014) 

    4. Abaidoo. Rexford (2014) Private and Public Investment Growth; Macroeconomic Expectations and Fiscal Policy Uncertainty. International Business Research Vol 7(1) (2014)

    5. Abaidoo Rexford (2013) Loan Supply Growth, Recession Expectation and Deficit-induced Policy Uncertainty; British Journal of Economics, Finance and Management Sciences; Vol. 8 (2).

    6. Abaidoo Rexford, Kwanin, O Daisy (2013) Corporate Profit Growth, Macroeconomic 
      Expectations and Fiscal Policy Volatility; International Journal of Economics and Finance Vol 5(8).

    7. Abaidoo , Rexford (2012) Macroeconomic Volatility and Macroeconomic Indicators among Sub-Saharan African Economies. International Journal of Economics and Finance IJEF, Vol 4, No 10 Pg 175-188.

    8. Abaidoo , Rexford (2012), Economic Growth, Regional Savings and FDI in Sub-Saharan Africa: Trivariate Causality and Error Correction Modeling Approach. International Journal of Economic and Finance (IJEF), Vol 4, No 11. 40-50.

    9. Abaidoo , Rexford (2012)Corporate Profit Growth and Variability in US unemployment rate. International Journal of Economics and Finance (IJEF) Vol 4, No 7 Pg 3-14 .

    10. Abaidoo , Rexford (2012) Policy Uncertainty, Macroeconomic Dynamics, and US Unemployment Conditions. Journal of Applied Business Research (JABR). Vol 28, No 5.

    11. Abaidoo , Rexford (2012)Macroeconomic Uncertainty, Consumer Sentiments, Consumption Expenditures and US Fixed Private Investment Growth. Journal of Applied Business Research (JABR). Vol 28, No 1. 

    12. Abaidoo , Rexford (2011). Dynamics of Us Economic Recovery: Can we still Count on the Finance and Insurance Sector? Journal of Business & Economics Research (JBER ). Vol 9 No 10 2011. 

    13. Abaidoo , Rexford (2011). US Job Creation Growth Rate and Sub-Sector Vulnerability to Economic Shock. Journal of Applied Business and Economics. Vol. 12, Iss. 5, pp. 66 - 79. 2011.

    14. Abaidoo . Rexford (2011). Balance of Payment Constrained Growth: Johansen versus Autoregressive Distributed Lag Model Test for Cointegration. Journal of Applied Business and Economics, Vol 12(2) (2011). 

    15. Abaidoo . Rexford (2011). Economic Growth and Energy Consumption in an Emerging Economy: Augmented Granger Causality Approach. Research in Business and Economic Journal, Vol 4 (2011). 

    16. Abaidoo . Rexford (2010), If A Rational Consumer Could Choose His Own Utility Function, Would He Choose to “Go Green” ? Journal of Applied Business and Economics Vol 10(6) pg 44-57, (2010). 

    17. Ali , M., R.L. Kilmer, T.H. Spreen and C.R. Pitta. “Modeling the Impact of not Using Copper in Florida Grapefruit Production”. Academy of Business Research Journal.Vol.1, 2011: 93-107. 

    18. Sum, V., Ali, M., & Das, M. (2016). Can business confidence and consumer confidence jointly explain stock market returns? Evidence from panel data. Advances in Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management7, 1-7.

    19. Buzzetto-More, N., Johnson, R., & Elobaid, M. (In Press). Communicating and Sharing in the Semantic Web: An Examination of Social Media Risks, Consequences, and Attitudinal Awareness. Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Skills and Lifelong Learning, Forthcoming .

    20. Buzzetto-More , N. (In Press). Student Attitudes towards the Integration of Youtube in Online, Hybrid, and Web-Assisted Courses: An Examination of the Impact of Course Modality on Perception. MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, Forthcoming.

    21. Buzzetto-More , N. (2014). An Examination of Undergraduate Student’s Perceptions and Predilections of the Use of YouTube in the Teaching and Learning ProcessInterdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects. 10(1) 17-32.

    22. Buzzetto-More , N. (2013). Social Media and Prosumerism. Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology. 10(1) 67-80.

    23. Buzzetto-More , N. (2013). Models to Inform Capstone Program Development. Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology. 10(1) 81-93.

    24. Buzzetto-More , N. (2012). Social Networking in Undergraduate Management Education. International Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management. 7(1).

    25. Buzzetto-More , N. (2010). Assessing the efficacy and effectiveness of an e-portfolio used for summative assessment. International Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects. 6 45-62.

    26. Buzzetto-More , N. (2010). Management and Social Networking: Changing Roles. Global Digital Business Review. 4(1)79-84. 

    27. Buzzetto-More , N., Ukoha, O. & Rustagi, N. (2010). Unlocking the barriers to women and minorities in computer science and information systems studies: Results from a multi-methodolical study conducted at two minority serving institutions. Journal of Information Technology Education 9(1) 115-132.

    28. Habib , N. “A Model for Estimating the Value Added of the Life Insurance Market in Eqypt: An Empirical Study”. International Journal of Business and Social Science.Vol.5 No. 3; March 2014.

    29. Habib , N. (2012). The Role of Developing Countries Governments in HRD Programs: The Egyptian Experience”. International Journal of Business and. Social Science. Vol. 3 No. 3; February 2012.

    30. Habib , N. (2011) “Trade Volume and Returns in Emerging Stock Markets, An empirical Study: The Egyptian Market”. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science.Vol.1 No. 19; December 2011.

    31. Mitchell, B., Panda, D., Elobaid, M. and Buzzetto-More, N. (2013). Avatars in Education and the workplace. Review of Business Technology Research, 9(1), 440-450.

    32. Mitchell, B.C., Fredendall, L.D. & Cantrell, R.S. “Using McKinsey’s 7S Model to Empirically Examine Organizational Effectiveness Among the NBA Teams.” International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, Forthcoming in 2015.

    33. PANDA, D. D., & ELOBEID, M. (2014). Good Ethics is the Center Piece of Good Management. Consortium Journal of Hospitality & Tourism, 19(1).

    34. Sharma, D. K. (In Press). A hybrid probabilistic fuzzy goal programming approach for agricultural decision-making. International Journal of Production Economics, Forthcoming.

    35. Sharma, Dinesh K., Sharma, H. and Hota, H.S. (2015), "Future Value Prediction of US Stock Market Using ARIMA and RBFN", International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Forthcoming. 

    36. Rababaah, A. and Sharma, Dinesh K. (2015), "Integration of Two Different Signal Processing Techniques with Artificial Neural Network for Stock Market Forecasting", Journal of Management Information and Decision Sciences, Forthcoming.

    37. Mishra, S.S., Sharma, Dinesh K., Yadav, S.K. and Rawat, S. (2015), "Computational Approach to fuzzified profit Optimisation of Inventory Flow in Supply Chain with Deteriorating items," International Journal of Operational Research, forthcoming

    38. Sharma, Dinesh K. and Rababaah, A. (2014), "Stock Market Predictive Model Based on Integration of Signal Processing and Artificial Neural Network," Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal, Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 51-70. 

    39. Sharma, Dinesh K., Jana, R. and Sharma, H. (2013), "A Hybrid Decision Support System for Equity Portfolio Management," Journal of Money, Investment and Banking, Vol. 28, pp. 82-93. 

    40. Sharma, H., Sharma, Dinesh K. and Jana, R. (2013), "Inventory Management Decisions - A Fuzzy Non-Linear Goal Programming Approach," International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Vol. 110, pp. 171-180. 

    41. Sharma, Dinesh K. and Hota, H. (2013), "Data Mining Techniques for Prediction of Different Categories of Dermatology Diseases," Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 103-115.

    42. Sharma, Dinesh K., Rai, C.S. and Gaur, Loveleen (2012), "Linear Versus Non Linear Algorithms for Feature Extraction and Image Compression," International Journal of Decision Science and Information Technology, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 1-16.

    43. Sharma, Dinesh K. and Peer, S.K. (2012), "Multi-Factor User Interface Component Layout Problem with Genetic Algorithm," Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp. 73-84. 

    44. Mishra, S. and Sharma, Dinesh K. (2011), "Using Computing and Information Technology for Analysis of Agricultural Data Mining," Journal of Global Information Technology, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 21-28 

    45. Sharma, H., Sharma, Dinesh K. and Jana, R.K. (2010), “A Varying Domain Fuzzy Goal Programming Model to Mutual Fund Portfolio Selection,” The International Journal of Finance, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 6394-6412. 

    46. Jana, R. and Sharma, Dinesh K. (2010), “Genetic Algorithm based Fuzzy Goal Programming for Class of Chance Constrained Programming Problems,” International Journal of Computer Mathematics, Vol. 87, No. 4, pp. 733-742. 

    47. Sharma, Dinesh K., Rai, C.S. and Gaur, Loveleen (2010), "Unsupervised Learning Algorithms for Image Compression: A Comparative Study," International Journal of Decision Science and Information Technology, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 1-9. 

    Finance

    1. Brown , K.M., H.P. Sharma and M. Kraenzle, “The Impact of the Introduction of the Euro on Large and Small Firms”, The Journal of Current Research in Global Business, Vol. 14, No 21, 2011, pp 12-21.

    2. Brown , K.M. and V. Sum, “Determinants of Dividend Payments”, International Journal of Applied Accounting and Finance. Vol 1, 1, pp 40-46. 2010

    3. Yung, K., Li, D. D., & Jian, Y. (2015). The value of corporate financial flexibility in emerging countries. Journal of Multinational Financial Management32, 25-41.

    4. Yung, K., Li, D. D., & Sun, Q. S. (2015). CEO overconfidence and financial policies of real estate investment trusts (REITs). Journal of Property Research32(4), 384-406.

    5. Ying Lin & Diane Li, “International Volatility Transmission of REIT Returns,” The International Journal of Business and Finance Research, accepted for publication and forthcoming. 

    6. Xu, Tan, Diane Li and Jongdae Jin, “Short Term Market Reaction to Earning Restatement: Value Stocks Vis-à-vis Glamour Stocks”, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal , Accepted for publication and forthcoming. (BEST PAPER AWARD). 

    7. Xu, Tan, Jongdae Jin, and Diane Li, “Long-Term Market Reaction to Earnings Restatements”, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, accepted for publication and forthcoming. (BEST PAPER AWARD).

    8. K. Lee , J. Jin, & Diane. Li, “Association between Pre IPO Earning Management And Post IPO Institutional Ownership Drifts”, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, accepted for publication and forthcoming.

    9. Sun, Y.,K. Lee, Diane. Li, & J. Jin “The Short-term Effect of Pre-IPO Earnings Management on Post-IPO Ownership Structure”, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, Accepted for publication and forthcoming.

    10. Mathur, I., & Marcelin, I. (2015). Institutional failure or market failure? Journal of Banking & Finance52, 266–280.

    11. Marcelin, I., & Mathur, I. (2015). Privatization, financial development, property rights and growth. Journal of Banking & Finance50, 528-546.

    12. Marcelin, I., & Mathur, I. (2014). Financial development, institutions and banks. International Review of Financial Analysis31, 25-33. 

    13. Sum, V., Ali, M., & Das, M. (2016). Can business confidence and consumer confidence jointly explain stock market returns? Evidence from panel data. Advances in Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management7, 1-7.

    14. Sum, V. (In Press). Economic policy uncertainty and stock market returns. International Review of Applied Financial Issues and Economics. Forthcoming.

    15. Lin, J. C., & Sum, V. (2015). A comparative analysis on the volume-return relationship of the ETF and stock market. Journal of Trading10(2), 5-22.    

    16. Sum, V. (2015). Can firms with the best training program withstand the storm of economic 
      policy uncertainty? Journal of Business Economics and Management16(1), 206-213. 

    17. Sum, V., & Lin, J. C. (2015). Short interest ratio and equity market return: Causality and 
      impulse response functions. Advances in Financial Planning and Forecasting6
      233-247.   

    18. Sum, V. (2014). Dynamic effects of financial stress on the U.S. real estate market performance. Journal of Economics and Business75, 80-92.  

    19. Sum, V. (2014). Dynamic effect of Tobin's q on price-to-earnings ratio. Managerial Finance, 40(6), 634-643. 

    20. Sum, V. (2014). Why should you invest in the best companies to work for?
      Journal of Investing 23(2), 69-73.

    21. Sum, V. (2014). Covariance patterns of the commodity and equity markets: A recent surprise. 
      Journal of Index Investing 5(1), 33-37. 

    22. Sum, V., & Chorlian, J. (2014). Training and the firm's competitivenessA survey of 
      practitioners. Economics, Management, and Financial Markets, 9(2), 11-26. 

    23. Sum, V. (2014). Equity trading activity and credit spread shock. Journal of Trading, 9(2),
      21-26. 

    24. Sum, V. (2014). Stock market performance: Variance decomposition of price-earnings ratio, 
      dividend yield and Tobin's Q. Journal of Financial Transformation39, 63-67. 

    25. Sum, V. (2014). Effects of business and consumer confidence on stock market returns: Cross- sectional evidence. Economics, Management, and Financial Markets9(1), 21-25. 

    26. Sum, V. (2014). Quality of the firm’s training and stock returns. 
      Journal of Wealth Management 16(4), 48-54. Link to Article

    27. Sum, V. (2014). Stock market returns and liquidity: Dynamic relationships and causality. 
      Journal of Trading
      9(1), 34-40. 

    28. Sum, V., Chorlian, J., & Lin, J. C. (2013). The effect of the demand side’s confidence on 
      the supply side’s confidence: The mediating role of financial stress. Investment Management and Financial Innovations10(4), 43-47.

    29. Sum, V. (2013). The ASEAN stock market performance and economic policy uncertainty in the United States. Economic PapersA Journal of Applied Economics and Policy32(4), 512-521.

    30. Sum, V. (2013). Response of business and consumer confidence to monetary policy shocks. The Empirical Economics Letters12(11), 1259-1265. 

    31. Sum, V., & Lin, J. C. (2013). Financial stress and commercial bank loan delinquency.
      Banks and Bank Systems8(3), 72-75.

    32. Sum, V., & Chorlian, J. (2013). Stock market risk premiums, business confidence and consumer confidence: Dynamic effects and variance decomposition. International Journal of 
      Economics and Finance
      5(9), 45-49.

    33. Sum, V., & Chorlian, J. (2013). Strategic involvement of training professionals in the firm’s 
      business strategies: Evidence from the United States. Global Journal of Business Research
      7
      (4), 127-134.

    34. Sum, V. (2013). The impulse response functions of stock market returns to temperature and 
      precipitation innovations. International Research Journal of Applied Finance4(3), 
      429-450. 
    35. Sum, V. (2013). Commercial paper rates and stock market excess returns. Journal of Finance and Investment Analysis2(1), 77-83. 

    36. Sum, V. (2013). Innovation and firm performance: Evidence from the capital market. Journal 
      of Modern Accounting and Auditing
      9(2), 272-277.

    37. Sum, V. (2013). Employee benefits and stock returns: A look at health care benefits. Accounting and Taxation5(1), 1-8.

    38. Sum, V. (2013). Economic policy uncertainty in the United States and Europe: A cointegration test. International Journal of Economics and Finance5(2), 98-101. 

    39. Sum, V. (2013). The orthogonal response of stock returns to dividend yield and price-to-earnings innovations. Accounting and Finance Research2(1), 47-53. 

    40. Sum, V. (2013). Impulse response functions and causality test of financial stress and stock market risk premiums. International Journal of Financial Research4(1), 1-4.

    41. Sum, V. (2012). Most admired companies: Admirable performance. Journal of Applied Finance and Banking2(6), 191-199. 

    42. Sum, V., & Fanta, F. (2012). Long-run relation and speed of adjustment of economic policy 
      uncertainty and excess return volatility. International Research Journal of Finance and 
      Economics
      , 102, 6-12.

    43. Sum, V., & Brown, K. (2012). Real estate sector response to economic policy uncertainty shocks.    International Research Journal of Applied Finance3(12), 1739-1747.

    44. Sum, V. (2012). Financial stress and economic policy uncertainty: Impulse response function and causality. International Research Journal of Applied Finance3(11), 1633-1637. 

    45. Sum, V. (2012). The effect of economic policy uncertainty in the US on the stock market 
      performance in Canada and Mexico. International Journal of Economics and Finance
      4(11),    165-171. 

    46. Sum, V. (2012). Economic policy uncertainty and stock market performance: Evidence from the European Union, Croatia, Norway, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey and Ukraine. Journal of Money, Investment and Banking25, 99-104.

    47. Sum, V. (2012). Does economic policy uncertainty in the United States affect stock market 
      performance in Europe? International Research Journal of Finance and Economics98, 40-
      45.  

    48. Sum, V. (2012). The impulse response functions of economic policy uncertainty and stock market returns: A Look at the Eurozone. Journal of International Finance Studies12(3), 100-105.  

    49. Sum, V., & Chorlian, J. (2012). Stock returns and employee turnover. International Economics and Finance Journal7(2), 347-354. 

    50. Sum, V. (2012). Most ethical companies and stock performance: empirical evidence. 
      International Research Journal of Applied Finance
      3(9), 1286-1292. 

    51. Lim, S., Sum, V., & Khun, C. (2012). Interest rate sensitivity of stock returns: Effects across the maturity profile and direction of interest rate changes. International Research Journal of 
      Applied Finance
      3(8), 1151-1162.

    52. Sum, V. (2012). Workforce diversity and stock returns. International Research Journal of 
      Finance and Economics
      92, 82-86. 

    53. Lim, S., Khun, C, & Sum, V. (2012). On the functional forms and stability of money demand: The U.S., Japan and Australia. Research in Business and Economics Journal6, 150-168.

    54. Sum, V. (2012). Stock performance and the firm's training program. International Research 
      Journal of Applied Finance
      3(5), 554-559. 

    55. Sum, V. (2012). A comparison of strategic involvement of training professionals employed in 
      small, medium and large firms. Academy of Business Journal2, 63-71. 

    56. Lin, J. C., & Sum, V. (2012). Bank ownership and performance in Taiwan: Do politics matter? 
      Journal of Finance and Accountancy
      10, 12-30. 

    57. Sum, V. (2011). Integrating training in business strategies means greater impact of training on the firm’s competitiveness. Research in Business and Economics Journal4, 1-19.

    58. Sum, V. (2010). The January and size effects on stock returns: More evidence. International 
      Journal of Applied Accounting and Finance
      1(1), 47-52. Link to article

    59. Sum, V., McCaskey, S. J., & Kyeyune, C. (2010). A survey research of satisfaction levels of 
      graduate students enrolled in a nationally ranked top-10 program at a mid-western university. 
      Research in Higher Education Journal
      7(2), 1-17.

    Marketing

    1. Sum, V., Ali, M., & Das, M. (2016). Can business confidence and consumer confidence jointly explain stock market returns? Evidence from panel data. Advances in Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management7, 1-7.

    2. Das , Monisha, (2011) Influence of Product Attributes in Understanding Consumer Choice: A Study of Tea Marketing in Four countries. Journal of Global Business and Technology Research Vol 3. November –December 2011.

    3. PANDA, D. D., & ELOBEID, M. (2014). Good Ethics is the Center Piece of Good Management. Consortium Journal of Hospitality & Tourism, 19(1).

    4. Mitchell, B., Panda, D., Elobaid, M. and Buzzetto-More, N. (2013). Avatars in Education and the workplace. Review of Business Technology Research, 9(1), 440-450.

    Quality of Intellectual Contributions

    Our faculty produced 112 peer-reviewed journal articles that appeared in 71 different journals over the five-year review period. The information about the acceptance rate is available for 68 out of 71 journals. As reported below, there are 17 (25%) journals with the acceptance rate between 10%-15%, 39 (57.35%) journals with the acceptance rate between 20%-25%, 8 (11.76%) with the acceptance rate between 30%-35%, and only 4 (5.88%) with the acceptance rate of greater than 35%. This analysis shows that DBMA faculty members have been publishing in high quality peer-reviewed journals with fairly low and moderate rates of acceptance. 

    Peer Reviewed Journals and Acceptance Rates

    Acceptance Rate Number of Journals Percentage
    10-15% 16 26%
    20-25% 35 56%
    30-35% 7 11%
    More than 35% 4 6%
    Total 62 100%

    Impact of Faculty Intellectual Contributions


    Impact Metrics Number 
    of Faculty
    Number 
    of Impacts

    Advancement of Knowledge and Contribution to 
    the Existing Body of Literature
    Publications in peer-reviewed journals
    15 112
    Citations in scholarly work
    10 314
    Faculty activities as editors, associate editors, or as editorial board members, reviewers for journals
    9 20
    Collegiate and intercollegiae research collaboration
    13 106
    Organizing and coordinating research workshops, meetings and conferences
    3 13
    Download counts
    6 5380


    Recognition of Research Expertise and Excellence 
    in Research
    Recognition by peers and scholastic community for new discoveries, research innovation and originality


    3 3
    Invitations to participate in research conference, scholarly programs, and/or national and regional research forums


    3 5
    Grants from national and international agencies
    7 7


    Advancement of Teaching and Instructional 
    Practices/Methods
    Grants for research that influences teaching and instructional practice/methods
    5 4
    Textbooks, teaching manuals, and publications that focus on research methods and teaching
    3 28
    Case study development (number developed, number of users)
    1 1


    Contribution to Graduates' Scholarship
    Mentorship of undergraduate research, by counting the papers produced by undergraduate students (under faculty supervision) that culminate in presentation at formal and recognized conferences for undergraduateresearch
    4 9


    Advancement of Management Practices and Business Applications/Processes

    Publications in practitioner journals or other venues aimed directly at improving management expertise and practice
    1 7
    Consulting activities
    4 10
    Presentations and workshops for business and management professionals
    1 1


    Recognition of Research Expertise and Excellence 
    in Research by Community, Industry and Government
    Media citations