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Research Presentations

Research Presentations 2018-04-06T14:44:32-05:00

Accounting

James Cannon

  • James Cannon, PhD, assistant professor of accounting, was invited by the University of Calgary to provide a PhD seminar on cost asymmetry research, and to present his paper, “The Impact of International Takeover Laws on Corporate Resource Adjustments: Evidence from the Asymmetric Behavior of Selling, General, and Administrative Costs,” March 23. It was co-authored with Bingbing Hu (Hong Kong Baptist University), Jay Lee (U. of Massachusetts-Boston), and Daoguang Yang (University of International Business and Economics).

Diane Janvrin

  • Had a paper titled “Social Technology: An Integrated Strategy and Risk Management Framework” co-authored with Margarita Lenk (Colorado State University), J.P. Krahel (Loyola University – Maryland), and Brett Considine (London School of Economics) presented at the American Accounting Association Accounting Information Systems (AIS) Section Midyear Meeting in Newport Beach, California, on January 20.
  • Assisted Jon Perkins in presenting their paper titled “The Influence of Sustainability Assurance Report Level and Format on Investor Judgments,” with William Dilla, Jon Perkins, and Robyn Raschke (University of Nevada – Las Vegas) at the Hawaii Accounting Research Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii, on January 3.

Management

Priyanka Jayashankar, Sree Nilankanta, and Pushpinder Gill

  • Priyanka Jayashankar, adjunct assistant professor of management, along with co-authors Sree Nilankanta, PhD, Kingland Graduate Director of Business Analytics, Pushpinder Gill, PhD student of marketing, Westley Johnson, and Reed Burres, had their paper titled “The Perceptual Antecedents of the Diffusion of Big Data Technology as an Innovation among US Farmers- a B2B Perspective” presented at the 11th ISDSI Conference in the Indian Institute of Management in Trichy, India, in December.

Younggeun Lee

  • Presented a paper co-authored with Patrick M. Kreiser, PhD, Bob and Kay Smith Fellow in Entrepreneurship and associate professor of management, along with Alex Wrede, PhD student in mechanical engineering, and Sanvisna Kogelen, MS student in mechanical engineering, titled, “The Influence of University-based Entrepreneurship Education on the Formation of Entrepreneurial Capabilities” at United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) conference in Los Angeles, California, on January 12. This paper won 2018 Best Overall Paper Award and 2018 Entrepreneurship Education Research Paper Award.

Marketing

Hui (Sophia) Feng

  • Hui (Sophia) Feng, PhD, assistant professor of marketing gave an invited doctoral seminar presentation titled, “Does Crowd Wisdom Bring Wealth? The Impact of Crowd-sourcing on Firm Performance,” at the University of International Business and Economics (UIBE) in Beijing, China, December 20.
  • Hui (Sophia) Feng, PhD, assistant professor of marketing presented her paper “Chief Marketing Officer and Strategic Alliance Success,” co-authored with Hang Nguyen (Michigan State University) at the American Marketing Association (AMA) Winter Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, on February 24.

Russ Laczniak

  • Russ Laczniak, PhD, associate dean for graduate programs and research, and the John and Connie Stafford Professor in Business, presented the paper “Female Power Portrayals in Ads: Underlying Dimensions” at the American Academy of Advertising Conference in New York, March 23, with former-doctoral student, Melika Kordrostami.

Accounting

Diane Janvrin and Melvin Lamboy-Ruiz

  • Diane Janvrin, PhD, William L. Varner Professor, along with co-author Melvin Lamboy-Ruiz, PhD, assistant professor of accounting, had their paper titled “PCAOB Inspections: An Analysis of Entity-level vs. Application-level Control Audit Deficiencies” presented by their co-author Maureen Mascha (Purdue University – Northwest) at the 10th Biennial Symposium on Information Integrity and Information Systems Assurance.  This event was sponsored by the University of Waterloo in Toronto, Canada, on October 20.

James Cannon

  • Jim Cannon, PhD, assistant professor of accounting, along with his co-authors, had two papers accepted and presented at the Conference on the Convergence of Financial and Managerial Accounting.

James Cannon and Olena Watanabe

  • Jim Cannon, PhD, assistant professor of accounting, presented “Evaluating Operations-based Data in Earnings Prediction: A Study of the U.S. Airline Industry,” co-authored with Taylor Randall (University of Utah), Christian Terwiesch (University of Pennsylvania), and Olena Watanabe, assistant professor of accounting.

Olena Watanabe, James Cannon, and Melvin Lamboy-Ruiz

  • Olena Watanabe, PhD, assistant professor of accounting, presented a paper titled “The Influence of Ownership and Regulatory Scrutiny on Earnings Management in U. S. Hospitals” (co-authored with James Cannon, PhD, assistant professor of accounting, and Melvin Lamboy-Ruiz, PhD, assistant professor of accounting) at the American Accounting Association Annual meeting in Sand Diego, California.
  • Olena Watanabe, PhD, assistant professor of accounting, presenting “Does State Community Benefits Regulation Influence Charity Care and Operational Efficiency of U.S. Nonprofit Hospitals?” co-authored with Melvin Lamboy Ruiz, PhD, assistant professor of accounting, and Jim Cannon, PhD, assistant professor of accounting.

Olena Watanabe and Truon Duong

  • Olena Watanabe, PhD, assistant professor of accounting, presented a paper titled “Short Sellers and the Contagion Effect of Audit Failures” (co-authored with Truong Duong, PhD, assistant professor of finance) at the American Accounting Association Annual meeting in Sand Diego, California.

Olena Watanabe

  • Olena Watanabe, PhD, assistant professor of accounting, had her paper titled “The Effects of the EU’s Transparency Directive on Stock Price Informativeness” (co-authored with Michel Imhof and Semih Tartaraglu, Wichita State University) accepted for presentation at the AAA Midwest Region Meeting to be held in Chicago, Illinois, in October.

Zhejia Ling

  • Zhejia Ling, PhD, assistant professor of accounting, presented a paper “SEC Comment Letter Disclosures and Short Selling” (co-authored with Sam Lee and Zabihollah Rezaee) at the MIT Asia Conference in Accounting in July.
  • Zhejia Ling, PhD, assistant professor of accounting, presented a paper “SEC Comment Letter Disclosures and Short Selling” (co-authored with Sam Lee and Zabihollah Rezaee) at European Accounting Association Annual Congress in May.

Sam (Sunghan) Lee

  • Sam (Sunghan) Lee, PhD, assistant professor of accounting, presented “The Role of Compensation Contract in Shaping Conservative Accounting: Evidence from Executive Clawback Provisions” at 2017 European Accounting Annual Congress in Valencia, Spain.
  • Sam (Sunghan) Lee, PhD, assistant professor of accounting, had his paper titled “SEC Comment Letter Disclosures and Short Selling” presented by his coauthor at 2017 European Accounting Annual Congress in Valencia, Spain.
  • Sam (Sunghan) Lee, PhD, assistant professor of accounting, had his paper titled “The Role of Compensation Contract in Shaping Conservative Accounting: Evidence from Executive Clawback Provisions” accepted for presentation at the 2017 Conference on the Convergence of Financial and Managerial Accounting Research in Banff, Canada.
  • Sam (Sunghan) Lee, PhD, assistant professor of accounting, had his paper titled “SEC Comment Letter Disclosures and Short Selling” accepted for presentation at 2017 MIT Asia Conference in Accounting in Hangzhou, China.

 


Finance

Ioannis V. Floros

  • Ioannis V. Floros, PhD, associate professor of finance, presented the paper “At-The-Market Offerings” (co-authored with Matthew T. Billett and Jon A. Garfinkel) at the Ludwig Maximilian University, the Center for Advanced Management Studies in Munich, Germany, where he was invited for a research visit from July 9-15.
  • Ioannis V. Floros, PhD, associate professor of finance, presented the paper “At-The-Market Offering” (co-authored with Matthew T. Billett and Jon A. Garfinkel) at the 2017 FMA European Conference in Lisbon.
  • Ioannis V. Floros, PhD, associate professor of finance, had his paper titled “A Detailed Look at the Total Stock Market Failure” (co-authored with David Florysiak and Shane A. Johnson) was presented by co-author at the research seminar series at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
  • Ioannis V. Floros, PhD, associate professor of finance, had his paper titled “Reducing uncertainty through a two-stage IPO” (co-authored with Rebel A. Cole and Vladimir I. Ivanov) was presented by co-author at the “Elevator Pitch” session of the 2017 FMA European Conference in Lisbon.

James Brown

  • James Brown, PhD, Kingland MBA Professor, had his paper titled, “Does Transparency Stifle or Facilitate Innovation?” (with Gustav Martinsson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Swedish House of Finance) invited for presentation at the 8th Financial Markets and Corporate Governance Conference at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.
  • James Brown, PhD, Kingland MBA Professor, had his paper titled, “The Environment and Directed Technical Change: Pollution Taxes and Firm Investment in Innovation” (with Gustav Martinsson and Christian Thomann, KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Centre of Excellence for Science and Innovation Studies) invited for presentation at the 2017 Green Finance Conference at the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics.
  • James Brown, PhD, Kingland MBA Professor, had his papers “Growing Up Without Finance” (with Tony Cookson, University of Colorado at Boulder, and Rawley Heimer, Boston College) and “Weathering Cash Flow Shocks” (with Ivan Ivanov, Federal Reserve Board, Washington, D.C., and Matthew Gustafson, Penn State University) invited for presentation at the Society for Financial Studies Cavalcade at Vanderbilt University.
  • James Brown, PhD, Kingland MBA Professor, had his paper titled “Productivity Growth in the Financial Crisis: Evidence from Entrepreneurial Firms” (with Gustav Martinsson and Christian Thomann) invited for presentation at the 2nd Entrepreneurial Finance Conference at the Vlerick Business School in Ghent, Belgium.

Roger Stover

  • Roger Stover, professor of finance, co-authored a paper presented at the Western Economic Association’s annual meeting.

Travis Sapp

  • Travis Sapp, PhD, Dean’s Faculty Fellow in Finance, presented his paper “Efficient Estimation of Distributional Tail Shape and the Extremal Index with Applications to Risk Management” at the Eastern Finance Association Annual Meeting in Jacksonville, Florida.

 


Information Systems

Joey F. George

  • Joey George, PhD, John D. DeVries Endowed Chair in Business, delivered an invited presentation, “Detection of Deception Online,” online for the California Institute of Advanced Management (CIAM), El Monte, California, October 14.
  • Joey George, PhD, John D. DeVries Endowed Chair in Business, was invited to present “Detecting Deception in Enhanced Résumés” at the Cyclone Society for Human Resource Management meeting, Ames, Iowa, October 19.

Zhengrui Jiang

  • Zhengrui Jiang, Thome Professor of Business and associate professor in information systems, presented his research at Dalian University of Technology, Tianjin University, Zhejiang University, and Tongji University, all top-ranked institutions in China, in June and July.

 


Management

Andreas Schwab

  • Andreas Schwab, PhD, associate professor of management and Dean’s Fellow in Management, presented a paper titled “Estimating the Effect of Network Ties on Inter-Organizational Mobility: A Study of National Football League Coaches,” with Chris Rider, Jim Wade, and Anand Swaminathan, at the Academy of Management conference.
  • Andreas Schwab, PhD, associate professor of management and Dean’s Fellow in Management, gave an invited doctoral seminar presentation on advances in strategy research methodologies at Singapore Management University, June 21.

Patrick M. Kreiser and Younggeun Lee

  • Younggeun Lee, PhD student in entrepreneurship, presented a paper co-authored with Patrick M. Kreiser, PhD, Bob and Kay Smith Fellow in Entrepreneurship and associate professor of management, titled, “Organizational Culture and Entrepreneurial Orientation: Orthogonal View on Individualism and Collectivism” at the Midwest Academy of Management Conference in Chicago, Illinois, on October 21.

 


Marketing

Beatriz Pereira and José Antonio Rosa

  • Beatriz Pereira, assistant professor of marketing, presented the paper “Sustainable Consumption: Driven by Purpose, Redirected by Emotions, Compromised by Income” co-authored with Jose Rosa, at the Association of Consumer Research Latin American Conference in Santiago de Cali, Colombia.
  • Beatriz Pereira, assistant professor of marketing, and Jose Rosa, professor of marketing and John and Deborah Ganoe Faculty Fellow, attended the “2017 Transformative Consumer Research Conference”, and presented the paper “Staying on the Virtuous Path: Helping Consumers Do What They Should” (co-authored with Richard Vann, Jason Stornelli, Catalina Estrada, and Carlos Trujillo).

José Antonio Rosa and Verónica Martín Ruiz

  • Verónica Martín Ruiz, PhD student of marketing, presented a paper titled, “Methods to Improve Construct Measurement Equivalency in Cross-Cultural Consumer Research”, co-authored with José Rosa, John and Deborah Ganoe Faculty Fellow, on October 27, at The Association of Consumer Research North America Conference – ACR 2017 San Diego.

José Antonio Rosa

  • José Antonio Rosa, John and Deborah Ganoe Faculty Fellow, presented “Social Innovation and Bottom-of-the-Pyramid Markets: Responding to Gender, Social Status, and Utopic Indeterminacy Innovation Constraints,” with Professor Shikha Upadhyaya from California State University Los Angeles, at the Summer 2017 American Marketing Association Conference in San Francisco, California. This was presented at the Innovation for Good in an Interconnected World AMA Preconference Workshop.

Stephen Kim and Pushpinder Gill

  • Stephen Kim, Dean’s Professor of Marketing, and Pushpinder Gill, PhD student of marketing, presented a paper entitled “When Does a Manager Matter in Franchising?” at 2017 Summer American Marketing Association conference in San Francisco. Their paper received a best paper award for Interorganizational Issues in Marketing Track of the conference.

Samantha N. Cross

  • Samantha N. Cross, PhD, associate professor of marketing, presented a paper titled “The Resilient Consumer” (with co-author Akon Ekpo) in the working paper session at the 2017 ACR conference.

Supply Chain Management

Robert E. Overstreet

  • Robert E. Overstreet,PhD, assistant professor of supply chain management, presented a paper titled “Divergent Management-level Views of the Role of Human Capital in Logistics” at the Academic Research Symposium (Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals).

Johanna Amaya-Leal

  • Johanna Amaya-Leal, assistant professor of supply chain management, was a guest speaker at the Seminar for Humanitarian Logistics organized by the College of Engineering at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Cali, Colombia. The seminar took place on August 11 and she gave two presentations:
    • “Research in Disaster Response Logistics and its Implications”
    • “Field Work in Disaster Response Logistics”

Pat Daugherty

  • Pat Daugherty, PhD, Debbie and Jerry Ivy Chair in Business and professor in supply chain management, presented in a session entitled “Faculty: Approaching and Achieving Tenure… Now What?” at the CSCMP Doctoral Symposium.

Rahul Parsa and Jacquelyn Rees Ulmer

  • Rahul Parsa, PhD, senior lecturer of management information systems, had a paper co-authored with Jacquelyn Rees Ulmer, PhD, Dean’s Faculty Fellow in Management Information Systems, and Ramona Lee, titled, “An Approach to the Individual Claims Reserving Method,” win Best Paper Award for the ASTIN Colloquium. Parsa will present the paper at the August 2017 Colloquia in Panama.

Toyin Clottey

  • Toyin Clottey, PhD, associate professor of supply chain management, presented his paper titles “Evaluating Progress Information Sharing for Recovered Materials Usage in Eco-Products” at the Production and Operations Management Society (POMS) symposium on innovation and sustainability, in Hong Kong.

Yiming Zhuang and Younggeun Lee

  • Yiming Zhuang, PhD student in supply chain management, presented a paper co-authored with Younggeun Lee, PhD student of entrepreneurship, titled, “Environmental Supply Chain Practices in Entrepreneurial Firms: The Role of Network Capability” at the Midwest Strategy Meeting at Iowa State University on June 9.