Kudos: February 2021
By Comms Team | 02/26/2021Tags: Accounting | Economics | Finance | MBA-Sport | Management | Marketing | Newsletters
Categories: Faculty/Staff | Research
Congratulations to the following College of Business faculty...
Christopher Boudreaux, Associate Professor in the Department of Economics, with co-authors Shane Sanders,
Joel Potter, Justin Ehrlich, and Justin Perline, had their article, "Informed Voters
and Electoral Outcomes: A Natural Experiment Stemming from a Fundamental Information
Technological Shift" accepted for publication at Public Choice (ABS 3).
Jian Cao, Associate Professor in the School of Accounting, and co-authors Kellie Carr (Western Michigan University) and JK Aier (George Mason University), had their paper titled, "Did PCAOB Rules on Ethics, Independence, and Tax Services influence financial reporting for income taxes?" accepted for publication in the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy (ABS 3).
Luis García-Feijóo and Antoine Giannetti, both Associate Professors in the Department of Finance, with co-author Ariel Viale, had their paper titled “The stock market’s reaction to macroeconomic news under ambiguity,” published at Financial Markets and Portfolio Management. It was also awarded the “ZKB Best Paper Award” of the year for 2020.
Pradeep Korgaonkar, Professor; Tammy Mangleburg, Associate Professor; Anil Bilgihan, Associate Professor, all in the Department of Marketing, with Enrique Becerra (FAU Ph.D. alumnus), had their manuscript titled, “Retail Employee Theft: When Retail Security Alone is Not Enough” accepted for publication in Psychology & Marketing (ABS3).
Mingxiang Li, Associate Professor, Department of Management Programs, with Orlando Richard, Maria Triana, İlhami Yücel, and Brian Pinkham, had their paper titled “The impact of supervisor-subordinate incongruence in power distance orientation on subordinate job strain and subsequent job performance”, accepted for publication in the Journal of Business and Psychology (ABS 2).
William Luther, Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics, with Nicolas Cachanosky (Metropolitan State University - Denver), Bryan Cutsinger (Angelo State University), Thomas Hogan (American Institute for Economic Research), and Alexander Salter (Texas Tech University), had their paper "The Federal Reserve's Response to the COVID-19 Contraction: An Initial Appraisal” accepted for publication in the Southern Economic Journal.
James Riordan, Director of the MBA in Sport Management program, has been selected to serve as a member of FAU's Student Conduct Board. Their mission is to promote a safe and secure University community of civility, integrity, and student learning and development, as well as responsible, healthy behavior, and to provide fairness in the student discipline process.