The School of Business faculty engage in a wide variety of research. We publish articles and present papers focusing on applied, discipline-based, and teaching and learning scholarship. This enables us to provide you with a rich and dynamic academic experience.

In the past five years alone the school’s faculty have produced over 597 peer reviewed journal articles, presentations, cases, and other contributions in our fields. Here is a small sample of our most recent research.

D'Souza, Juliet. Growth and Growth Obstacles in Transition Economies: Privatized versus De Novo Private Firms. Journal of Corporate Finance. 2017

McCarron, Karen. A note about prerequisites for the successful completion of principles of financial accounting. AABRI Journal of Finance and Accountancy. 2017

Park, Taewoo. The Incremental Information Content of Sales in Explaining Stock Returns: A Cross-Industry Study. International Journal of Business and Finance Research. 2017

Romanow, Darryl. Does extended CPOE use reduce patient length of stay? International Journal of Medical Informatics. 2017

Schaller, Tracey. Common Method Variance in Advertising Research: When to Be Concerned and How to Control for It. Journal of Advertising. 2017

Song, Pingping. Dynamic Autocorrelation of Intraday Stock Returns. Finance Research Letters. 2017

Akins, Benjamin. The Case for Regulation of Bitcoin Mining as Securities. Virginia Journal of Law & Technology. 2016

Delaney, Jason. Payments or persuasion: norms, subsidies, and efficiency in a common pool resource experiment. Environmental and Resource Economics. 2016

Ellis, Yvonne. Perceptions of independence and auditor rotation: An examination of nonprofit organizations. AABRI Journal of Finance and Accountancy. 2016

Hartley, Phillip. Psychological Ownership as a Crisis Management Appeal: Antecedents, Outcomes, and Moderators. Journal of Marketing Communications. 2016

McCarron, Karen. The Importance of Mathematics as a Prerequisite to Introductory Accounting. Community College Journal of Research and Practice. 2016

Rawls, Janita. Does Delivery Format Make a Difference in Learning about Global and Cultural Understanding? American Journal of Distance Education. 2016

Routon, P. Wesley. Attitude Changes and Self-Perceived Skill Gains from Collegiate Greek Organization Membership. Social Science Quarterly. 2016

Routon, P. Wesley. Can You Hear Me Now? The Rise of Smartphones and Their Welfare Effects. Telecommunications Policy. 2016

Ruiz Burgos, Carlos. Behavioral determinants of perceived managerial and leadership effectiveness in Argentina. Human Resource Development International. 2016

Saxena, Atul. Capital Budgeting Principles: Bridging Theory with Practice. Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal. 2016

Schilpzand, Marieke. Conditional reasoning test for creative personality: Rationale, Theoretical Development, and Validation. Journal of Management. 2016

Song, Pingping. Political Connections, Overinvestments and Firm Performance. Finance Research Letters. 2016

Stephenson, Andrew and Wilsker, Amanda. Consumption Effects of Foreign Remittances in Jamaica. International Advances in Economic Research. 2016

Young, Brett. Inconsistent and Incongruent Frames during IT-enabled Change: An Action Research into Sales Process. Innovation. Journal of the Association for Information Systems. 2016

Bradley, Cassie. 2017 Georgia Association of Accounting Educators. “A Critique of Student Evaluations.”

Gordon, Jason. 2017 United States Association of Small Business Enterprise Annual Conference Understanding. “The Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in Higher Education: A Mindmap Approach.”

Ruiz Burgos, Carlos. 2017 Academy of Human Resource Development Annual International Research Conference in the Americas. “Identifying Contemporary Behavioral Indicators of Perceived Managerial and Leadership Effectiveness in the USA.”

Pablo Farías, Universidad de Chile and Torres, Luis. 2017 Business Association of Latin American Studies in Santiago de Chile. “The likelihood that a top brand will have a foreign vs. local language name: The roles of product category, national culture and foreign language proficiency in nine Latin American markets.”