Faculty in the College of Business have reported recent publications as follows:
- By Ericka Lawrenece (Management), “A Tale of Perception: The Role of Perceived Intent on OCBs and Interpersonal Relationships” in the Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management.
- By Chris Furner (Management Information Systems), “A multinational study of espoused national cultural and review characteristics in the formation of trust in online product reviews“ in the International Journal of Services Technology and Management.
- By Denise E Dickins (Accounting), “Practitioner Summary: Offshoring Audit Tasks and Jurors’ Evaluations of Damage Awards Against Auditors“ in the journal, Current Issues in Auditing.
- By Scott Dellana with John Kros (Marketing and Supply Chain Management), “An exploration of quality management practices, perceptions, and program maturity in the supply chain“ in the International Journal of Operations and Production Management.
- By Cody Chullen (Management) with James Zemanek (Marketing and Supply Chain Management), “Tribalism among US-Based Premier League Supporters Groups: A Tribal Marketing Perspective“ in Innovative Marketing. Also by Chullen, “How Does Supervisor Burnout Affect Leader-Member Exchange? A Dyadic Perspective” in the International Business & Economics Research Journal.
- By Jack Karns (Finance), “The Kovel Rule: Extension of the Attorney-Client Privilege to Accountants and Other Professionals in Tax Cases“ in Trinity Law Review.
- By Stacey Robinson (Marketing and Supply Chain Management), “Using an Old Dog for New Tricks A Regulatory Focus Perspective on Consumer Acceptance of RFID Applications“ in the Journal of Service Research; and “Touch vs. Tech: When Technology Functions as a Barrier or a Benefit to Service Encounters“ in the Journal of Marketing.
- By Scott Dellana (Marketing and Supply Chain Management), “A Quality and Partnering-Based Model for Improving Supply Chain Performance“ in the International Journal of Strategic Decision Sciences.