KUDOS: April 2022
By Comms Team | 04/29/2022Tags: Accounting | Finance | ITOM | Management | Marketing | Newsletters
Categories: Accolades | Faculty/Staff | Research | Students
Michael Harari, Associate Professor, Management Programs, with co-authors, have had their paper titled, “Trait affectivity and applicant reactions: A multi-wave field study,” accepted for publication in the Journal of Managerial Psychology.
Amir Javadinia, Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing, with co-authors, have had their paper titled, “Incumbent Defense Strategies and New Entrant Market Exit: The Moderating Role of Relational Market-Based Assets," accepted in the European Journal of Marketing.
Mingxiang Li, Associate Professor, Management Programs, with co-authors, have 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. 37: 31–45. The paper is also the recipient of the 2022 Journal of Business and Psychology Editor Commendation.
Mingxiang Li, Associate Professor, Management Programs, with co-authors, have had their paper titled, “How Buyers’ Attitudes Toward Supplier Diversity Affects Their Expenditures with Ethnic Minority Businesses, accepted in the Journal of Supply Chain Management. 57(3): 3-24. The paper is also the recipient of Wiley Top Cited Article 2020-2021 in the Journal of Supply Chain Management.
Eric Shaw, Emeritus Professor of Marketing, and two former FAU Marketing Ph.D. students, Dr. Selen Savas-Hall and Dr. Justin Hall (both on faculty at Jacksonville University), have had their manuscript titled, “A Deductive Approach to a Systematic Review of Entrepreneurship Literature,” accepted for publication in Management Review Quarterly. (AJG1)
Len Trevino, Professor, Department of Management Programs, with co-authors, have had their paper titled, “"Corruption Propensity: The Micro-Foundation of Corruption Attitudes Among Foreign Entrepreneurs in a Cross-Institutional Context" accepted in the International Small Business Journal (ABS 3).
Len Trevino, Professor, Department of Management Programs, with co-authors, have had their paper titled, "Are Societal-Level Values Still Relevant Measures in the 21st Century Businessworld? A 39-Society Analysis," accepted for publication in Asia Pacific Journal of Management (ABS 3).
Charles Yang, Associate Professor, Department of Finance, with co-authors, have had their article, "Robust consumption and portfolio choice with derivatives trading," accepted for publication in the European Journal of Operational Research (ABS 4).
Douglas Cumming, Professor, Department of Finance, has been selected as the recipient of the World Class Faculty Award presented by the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance.
Karen Dye, University Instructor, Department of Information Technology and Operations, has received the Distinguished Stewart Professor Award for 2022-2023.
FAU's Eta Tau Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi, the honors organization for financial information students and professionals, won first place in the Southeast Region Deloitte Best Practices Competition for its video on "The Art of Change" [Click to watch]. The Chapter will receive $500 and will advance to the national competition where it will compete with the other first place winners from the 9 regions at the national meeting in Orlando in July. Special kudos go to Chapter advisor Angela Gaze and Chapter members Arielle Giuliani and John Medina for their work on the excellent video.
Tonya Blocker (Accounting Ph.D. student) and Maimuna Akter (Finance Ph.D. student) were selected for the 2022 Excellence in Ph.D. Student Teaching Award in recognition of their dedication to our students and excellence in teaching.