Research & Publications

2021

  • Richard Gallenstein, Jon Einar Flatnes, John Dougherty, Khushbu Mishra, and Abdoul Sam. January 2018. “The impact of index‐insured loans on credit market participation and risk‐taking.” January 2021. Agricultural Economics, 52(1): 141-156.
  • Leggio, Karyl B., Yoon Shin, and Paul Tan, 2021, “Assessment of Credit Ratings and Credit Risk Models on Public Bonds”, Journal of Fixed Income, Spring, 1-8 (lead article).
  • “Does the Nationally Recognized Statistical Rating Organization (NRSRO) Certification Matter for Japanese Credit Rating Agencies?” Co-authored with S. Byoun and S. Han, 2021, Forthcoming, Journal of Financial Markets
  • “Assessment of Credit Ratings and Credit Risk Models on Public Bonds,” Co-authored with K. Leggio and Y. Yan, Spring 2021, Forthcoming, The Journal of Fixed Income.
  • Elizabeth J. Kennedy (2021). Can Data Drive Racial Equity? MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW

2020

  • Trump, Rebecca K., and Kevin P. Newman (2020), “Emotion Regulation in the Marketplace: The Role of Pleasant Brand Personalities," Marketing Letters.
  • Dougherty, John, Jon Einar Flatnes, Richard Gallenstein, Mario Miranda and Abdoul Sam. “Climate change and index insurance demand: Evidence from a framed field experiment in Tanzania.” July 2020. The Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 175: 155-184.
  • Anthony J. Mento, Joseph Farrell, Lynne Elkes, Elzbieta Jozwiak, Swati Patel, “The Strange Case of Dr. Samson: An Analysis of Interpersonal Conflict and Managing Change in a Service Organization,”  Journal of Business Cases and Applications, Vol. 26, February 2020.
  • A Samuel, A Farmer, F Mendez, “Optimal regulation under imperfect enforcement: Permits, tickets, or both?”, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, vol. 67, issue 4, 420-441, September 2020.
  • M Rablen, A Samuel, “Self-reporting and Market Structure”, accepted to Economica (December 2020).
  • A Samuel, J Schwartz, K Tan, “Licensing and the informal sector in rental markets: theory and evidence”, accepted to Contemporary Economic Policy (July 2020).
  • Klink, Richard R., Jason Q. Zhang, and Gerard A. Athaide (2020), “Designing a Customer Experience Management Course,” Journal of Marketing Education, 42 (2), 157-169.
  • Demirkan, S., Demirkan, I., and McKee, A. (2020) “Blockchain Technology in the future of Business”, Journal of Management Analytics, 7 (2), Digital Object Identifier 10.1080/23270012.2020.1731721
  • Demirkan, I., Demirkan, S., and Kiessling, T. (2020) “Predicting Unethical Actions by Top Management: Development of An Antecedent Measure, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Digital Object Identifier 10.1109/TEM.2020.2965170
  • Kanashiro, P. Rands, G. & Starik, M. (2020). Walking the sustainability talk: If not us, who? If not now, when? Journal of Management Education. ttps://doi.org/10.1177/1052562920937423 ABDC: B
  • Kanashiro, P. (2020). “Can environmental governance lower toxic emissions? A panel study of the U.S. high-polluting industries. Business Strategy and the Environment”. https://doi.org/10.1002/bse.2458 IF: 6.4; ABDC: A
  • Kanashiro, P., Sadao, E. Souza, C. & Dias, S. (2020). Teaching sustainability in management education: A Biggs’ 3P model approach. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 21(4): 671-684. IF: 1.4
  • Michel J.W., Tews, M.J., & Tracey, J.B. (2020). Validating effective managerial behaviors for the hospitality industry. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 32 (6), 2175-2193.
  • Tews, M.J., Michel, J.W., & Stafford, K. (2020). Social support and turnover among entry-level service employees: Differentiating type, source, and basis of attachment. Human Resource Management, 59, 221-234.
  • Astrid Schmidt-King, Author, Academy of International Business Insights, “The Renewed Relevancy of High-Impact Practices (HIP): Doubling Down on our ‘HIP’ Identity in Support of Responsible IB Education” (February 2020)
  • Social Media and Enterprise Risk, Brett Considine, Margarita Lenk, JP Krahel and Diane Janvrin. Strategic Finance, November 2020
  • Pinto, Sergio and Bencsik, Panka and Chiluun, Tuugi and Graham, Carol “Presidential Elections, Divided Politics, and Happiness in the USA” (with Sergio Pinto, Panka Bencsik, and Carol Graham) Economica, 2020, https://doi.org/10.1111/ecca.12349; featured in The Economist  (No author)
  • Elizabeth J. Kennedy (2020). Deluge in the Desert: Advancing Racial Equity in Workforce Development. CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW.
  • Phillips-Wren, G. and Adya, M. (2020). Decision Making Under Stress: The Role of Information Overload, Time Pressure, Complexity, and Uncertainty. Journal of Decision Systems, in press.
  • Phillips-Wren, G. and McKniff, S. (2020). Overcoming Resistance to Big Data and Operational Changes through Interactive Data Visualization. Big Data, Online ahead of print August 17. https://doi.org/10.1089/big.2020.0056.
  • Phillips-Wren, G., Esposito, A. and Jain, L. (2020). Advances in Data Science: Methodologies and Applications. Book Series: “Intelligent Systems Reference Library”, Springer Nature: Jersey City, NJ. ISBN-13: 978-3030518691; ISBN-10: 3030518698.
  • Tallon, P., Mooney, J., and Duddek, M. (2020). Measuring the Business Value of IT in the Era of Cloud Computing in Advances in Digital Business and Key Enabling Technologies: Measuring the Business Value of Cloud Computing, Chapter 1, 1-17, (eds), T. Lynn, J. Mooney, P. Rosati.
  • Queiroz, M., Tallon, P., Coltman, T., Sharma, R., Reynolds, P. (2020) Aligning the IT Portfolio with Business Strategy: Evidence for Complementarity of Corporate and Business Unit Alignment, Journal of Strategic In- formation Systems (JSIS), 29(3), 1-15.
  • Srinivasan, R., Kumar, M. and Narayanan, S., (2020). Human resource management in an industry 4.0 Era: A supply chain management perspective.

2019

  • Hovhannisyan, N., and N.H. Sedgley. Using Panel VAR to Analyze International Knowledge Spillovers” Review of International Economics 27(5)1633– 1660, November 2019.  Using Panel VAR to Analyze International Knowledge Spillover
  •  Hovhannisyan, N. “Technology Gap and International Knowledge Transfer: New Evidence from the Operations of Multinational Corporations” Eastern Economic Journal 45(4) : 612-638, October 2019.  Technology Gap and International Knowledge Transfer

  • Newman, Kevin P. and Rebecca K. Trump (2019), “Reducing Skepticism about Corporate Social Responsibility: Roles of Gender and Agentic-Communal Orientations,” Journal of Consumer Marketing, 36 (1), 189-196.
  • Sedgley, N. H., Burger, J. D., & Tan, K. M. (2019).  “The Symmetry and Cyclicality of R&D Spending in Advanced Economies,” (with Norman Sedgley and Kerry Tan), Empirical Economics 57(5): 1811-1828, November 2019.
  • Keehan, Sean, Gigi Cuckler, John Poisal, Andrea Sisko Sheila Smith, Andrew Madison, Kathryn Rennie, Jacqueline Fiore, and James Hardesty.  “National Health Expenditure Projections, 2019-28: Expected Rebound In Prices Drives Rising Spending Growth.” Health Affairs 39 (4): 704-14.
  • F Méndez, F Sepúlveda, “Training opportunities in monopsonistic labor markets”, Applied Economics, vol. 51, issue 43, pp 4757-4768, June 2019.
  • A Samuel, A Farmer, F Mendez, “Monopsony power in occupational labor markets”, Journal of Labor Research, vol. 40, issue 4, 387-411, December 2019.
  • Schwartz, J. (2019). Job Competition, Human Capital, and the Lock-in Effect: Can Unemployment Insurance Efficiently Allocate Human Capital. B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics. 20(1).
  • Samuel, A. and J.S. Schwartz (2019), Product market competition's effect on earnings management when audit quality is endogenous: Theory and Evidence.  Review of Law and Economics.
  • Schwartz, J.S. (2019), The Job Search Intensity Supply Curve: How Labor Market Conditions Affect Job Search Effort? Eastern Economic Journal. 45, 269 – 300.
  • Rupp, Nicholas and Kerry Tan. (2019). "Mergers and Product Quality: A Silver Lining from De-Hubbing in the U.S. Airline Industry," Contemporary Economic Policy 37(4), 652-672.
  • E Gaus, S Ramamurthy, “A New Approach to Modeling Endogenous Gain Learning” (with Eric Gaus) Advances in Econo- metrics, 2019 Vol. 40A, 203-227
  • S Ramamurthy, N Sedgley, “A Note on School Quality, Educational Attainment and the Wage Gap” (with Normal Sedgley) Eastern Economic Journal 2019 45, 415?421
  • Dou, Xinhua, Xiaojing Zhu, Jason Q. Zhang, and Jie Wang (2019), “Outcomes of Entrepreneurship Education in China: A Customer Experience Management Perspective,” Journal of Business Research, 103(1), 338-347. (All authors contributed equally)
  • Athaide, Gerard A., Jason Q. Zhang, and Richard R. Klink (2019), “Buyer Relationships When Developing New Products: A Contingency Model,” Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing, 34(2), 426-438. (All authors contributed equally)
  • Newman, Kevin P., and Rebecca K. Trump (2019), “Reducing Skepticism about Corporate Social Responsibility: Roles of Gender and Agentic-Communal Orientations,” Journal of Consumer Marketing, 36 (1), 189-196.
  • Lefa Teng, Guangzhi Zhao, Feng Lia, Lu Liu, and Lulu Shen (2019), “Increasing the persuasiveness of anti-drunk driving appeals: The effect of negative and positive message framing,” Journal of Business Research, 103 (10), 240-249
  • Demirkan, I., Yang, Q., and Jiang, C. (2019) “Corporate Entrepreneurship of Emerging Market Firms: Current research and future directions”, New England Journal of Entrepreneurship
  • Kanashiro, P. (2019). United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Reflections and solutions from management education. Administração: Ensino e Pesquisa 20(3). Indexed by EBSCO, SPELL, ProQuest, and Web of Science
  • Kanashiro, P. & Rivera, J. (2019). Do Chief Sustainability Officers make companies greener? The moderating role of regulatory pressures. Journal of Business Ethics, 155 (3):687-701. Financial Times Top 50; IF: 3.8; ABDC: A
  • de Man, A. P., & Luvison, D. (2019). Collaborative business models: Aligning and operationalizing alliances. Business Horizons, 62(4), 473-482.
  • Tews, M.J., Stafford, K., & Michel, J.W. (2019). Interview etiquette and hiring outcomes. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 26 2-4, 164-175.
  • Michel, J.W., Tews, M.J., & Allen, D.G. (2019). Fun in the workplace: A review and expanded theoretical perspective. Human Resource Management Review, 29 (1), 98-110.
  • Improving the Writing Self-Efficacy of Accounting Students with Yuebing Liu, Helen Xu, and JP Krahel. 2019. Accounting Educators’ Journal Vol. 29, pp. 41-59.
  • Demirer, Riza, Karyl B. Leggio and Don Lien, 2019, “Herding and Flash Events:  Evidence From the 2010 Flash Crash, with Riza Demirer and Don Lien, Finance Research Letters, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.frl.2018.12.018
  • Leggio, Karyl B. and C. Reid Nichols, 2019, “Using Monte Carlo Simulation as a Financial Modeling Tool to Support Sustainability Efforts of a Government Agency”, Journal of Management for Global Sustainability”, 7:1,
  • Leggio, Karyl B., 2019, “Teaching Ethics in Finance:  An Applications Approach Using the Flipped, Hybrid Course Format”, Journal of Jesuit Business Education, 10:1
  • Bencsik, Panka and Chuluun, Tuugi “Comparative Well-being of the Self-employed and the Employed in the U.S.” (with Panka Bencsik) Small Business Economics, 2019, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11187-019-00221-1
  • “The Evolving Nature of Japanese Corporate Governance: Guaranteed Bonds vs. Rated Bonds,” Co-authored with M. Pagano and S. Han, January 2019, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money 58, pp. 162-183
  • Adya, M. and Phillips-Wren, G. (2019). Stressed decision makers and use of decision aids:  A literature review and conceptual model. Information Technology & People, 33(2): 710-754. https://doi.org/10.1108/ITP-04-2019-0194
  • Tsihrintzis, G., Virvou, M. and Phillips-Wren, G. (2019). Editorial Note to Special Section On “Surveys in Artificial Intelligence-Based Technologies”, Intelligent Decision Technologies, 13 (4): 393-394.
  • Jefferson, T.  and Phillips-Wren, G. (2019). The Search for Embeddedness: Leveraging Scientific Modeling in Disaster Response. Cutter Business Technology Journal, 32 (4): 24-30.
  • Phillips-Wren, G., Power, D. and Mora, M. (2019). Cognitive Bias, Decision Styles and Risk Attitudes in Decision Making and DSS. Journal of Decision Systems, 28 (2): 63-66.
  • Phillips-Wren, G., Jefferson, T. and McKniff, S. (2019). Cognitive Bias and Decision Aid Use under Stressful Conditions. Journal of Decision Systems, 28 (2): 162-184.
  • Tallon, P. (2019), A Roadmap to Value Creation: Realizing the Business Value of Combining Streaming and Historical Data, Whitepaper, Devo, Inc. (Boston, MA and Madrid, Spain).
  • Tallon, P., Queiroz, M., Coltman, T., Sharma, R. (2019). Information Technology and the Search for Organi- zational Agility: A Systematic Review with Future Research Possibilities, Journal of Strategic Information Systems (JSIS), 28(2), 218-237.
  • Azadegan, A., Srinivasan, R., Blome, C., & Tajeddini, K. (2019). Learning from near-miss events: An organizational learning perspective on supply chain disruption response. International Journal of Production Economics, 216, 215-226.
  • Timothy B. Brown, SJ “Paying attention in a World of Distraction” Conversations of Higher Education, Spring 2019

2018

  • Burger, J., Warnock F., and V.C. Warnock. Currency Matters: Analyzing International Bond PortfoliosJournal of International Economics 114: 376-388, September 2018.

  • Burger, J., Warnock F., and V.C. Warnock.Benchmarking Portfolio Flows,” IMF Economic Review 66(3): 527–563, September 2018.

  • Burger, J. and J. Schwartz. Jobless Recoveries: Stagnation or Structural Change,Economic Inquiry 56(2): 709-723, April 2018.

  • Burger, J., Warnock F., and V.C. Warnock. "The Effects of U.S. Monetary Policy on Emerging Market Economies’ Sovereign and Corporate Bond Markets," Central Banking, Analysis, and Economic Policies Book Series, in: Enrique G. Mendoza & Ernesto Pastén & Diego Saravia (ed.), Monetary Policy and Global Spillovers: Mechanisms, Effects, and Policy Measures, edition 1, volume 25, chapter 3, pages 49-96 Central Bank of Chile, 2018.

  • Srinivasan R., & Narayanan S., Narasimhan, R., Managing conflict in outsourcing relationships: An investigation of antecedents and performance consequences, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, vol. 65, no. 1, pp. 6-20, Feb. 2018.

  • Shea, V., B. E. Waldrup, H. Xu, and S. Williamson (2018). Error Rate Impacts on Decision Efficacy: Activity-Based Costing Systems in Small Business. Quarterly Review of Business Disciplines.

  • Liu, Y., M. N. Robinson, and H. Xu (2018). The Effect of Mindset on Students’ Desire to work for Big Four Accounting Firms and on Academic Performance, e-Journal of Business Education & Scholarship of Teaching, accepted with minor revision\

  • Irem Demirkan, (2018) "The impact of firm resources on innovation", European Journal of Innovation Management, Vol. 21 Issue: 4, pp.672-694, https://doi.org/10.1108/EJIM-12-2017-0196
  • The Pathways Commission: On the Path to Success?, with Jalal Soroosh. 2017. Accounting Educators’ Journal Vol. 27, pp. 1-24
  • Tan, Kerry M. (2018). "Outsourcing and Price Competition: An Empirical Analysis of the Partnerships between Legacy Carriers and Regional Airlines," Review of Industrial Organization, 53(2), 275-294.
  • "Should Players Trust Their Agents?  Portfolio Size and Agency Behavior in Major League Baseball,” Journal of Sport Management, vol. 32, iss. 3 (May 2018), pp. 199-210 (with Anthony Krautmann and Peter von Allmen); doi: 10.1123/jsm.2017-0148

2017

  • Cuckler, Gigi, Andrea Sisko, John Poisal, Sean Keehan, Sheila Smith, Andrew Madison, Christian Wolfe, and James Hardesty.  “National Health Expenditure Projections, 2017-26: Despite Uncertainty, Fundamentals Primarily Drive Spending Growth.”  Health Affairs 37 (3): 482-492

  • Georgian Craciun, Dongwoo Shin, and Jason Q. Zhang (2017), “Safe Driving Communication: A Regulatory Focus Perspective,” forthcoming at the Journal of Consumer Behaviour.

  • Newman, Kevin P. and Rebecca K. Trump (2017), “When are Consumers Motivated to Connect with Ethical Brands? The Roles of Guilt and Moral Identity Importance,” Psychology & Marketing, 34 (6), 597-609.

  • Trump, Rebecca K., and Kevin P. Newman (2017), “When do Unethical Brand Perceptions Spillover to Competitors?” Marketing Letters, 28 (2), 219-230.

  • Yann Troung, Richard R. Klink, Geoff Simmons, Amir Grinstein and Mark Palmer have co-authored a paper entitled “Branding strategies for high-technology products: The effects of consumer and product innovativeness,” which has been published in the Journal of Business Research. (2017).

  • Tews, M.J., Michel, J.W., & Noe, R.A. (2017). Does fun promote learning? The relationship between fun in the workplace and informal learning. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 98, 46-55.

  • Starik, M., Kanashiro, P. & Collins, E. (2017). Sustainability Management Textbooks: Potentially Necessary, But Probably Not Sufficient. Academy of Management Learning & Education doi:10.5465/amle.2017.0188

  • Srinivasan R., and Swink, M., An investigation of visibility and flexibility as complements to supply chain analytics, Production and Operations Management (2017).

  • “Should Players Trust Their Agents? Portfolio Size and Agency Behavior in Major League Baseball,” The Journal of Sport Management, in press (with Anthony Krautmann and Peter von Allmen).

  • “Risk Aversion and Wages: Evidence from the Baseball Labor Market,” Atlantic Economic Journal, v. 45, no. 3 (September 2017), pp. 385-97 (with Anthony Krautmann and Peter von Allmen).

  • Soroosh, J. Krahel, J.P., “Pathways Commission – On the Path to Success?” The Accounting Educators’ Journal, Volume 27.

  • Blouch, Wm., Ulrich, Thomas, and Alfred Michenzi, "Effectiveness of Auditing Curriculum:  Perceptions of Practicing CPAs"  Journal of Business and Accounting. Vol. 10 No. 1, Fall 2017, pp. 139-154.

  • Andrew Samuel, Ph.D., associate professor of economics and current France-Merrick Faculty Scholar in economics, has co-authored a paper entitled "Law enforcement and wrongful arrests with endogenously (in)competent officers," which has been accepted for publication by Economic Inquiry.

  • John Burger, Ph.D., professor of economics and Jeremy Schwartz, Ph.D., associate professor of economics, have authored a paper entitled "Jobless Recoveries: Stagnation or Structural Change," which has been accepted for publication by Economic Inquiry.

  • The Sellinger School recognized three faculty scholars — Gerard Athaide, Ph.D., professor of marketing; John Burger, Ph.D., professor of economics; and Yoon Shin, Ph.D., associate professor of finance for their work serving the business community and conducting scholarly research.

  • Tuugi Chuluun, Ph.D., associate professor of finance, has co-authored a paper entitled “Firm Network Structure and Innovation,” which has been published in the Journal of Corporate Finance.

  • Norm Sedgely, Ph.D., professor of economics, has authored a paper entitled "Discrimination, Human Capital, and Life Expectancy in a Model of Economic Development," which has been accepted in The International Journal of Theoretical Economics.

  • Rick Klink, Ph.D., professor of marketing, has co-authored a paper entitled “Branding strategies for high-technology products: The effects of consumer and product innovativeness,” which has been published in the Journal of Business Research.

  • Rebecca Trump, Ph.D., assistant professor of marketing, has co-authored two papers that have been accepted for publication: “When are Consumers Motivated to Connect with Ethical Brands? The Roles of Guilt and Moral Identity Importance” will be published in Psychology & Marketing, and “When do Unethical Brand Perceptions Spillover to Competitors?” will be published in Marketing Letters.

  • Sourav Batabyal, Ph.D., affiliate assistant professor of economics, co-authored a paper entitled "Capital change and stability when dividends convey signals,” which has been accepted for publication in The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance. This paper will be published in volume 64, which will be available in June 2017.

  • Gerard Athaide, Ph.D., professor of marketing, has been accepted for placement on the Fulbright Specialist Roster for the next three years. He will be working with a university that wants to develop its educational capabilities in innovation management, specifically in curriculum and research initiatives. The Fulbright Specialist Program (FSP) links U.S. scholars and professionals with their counterparts at host institutions overseas.

  • John Michel, Ph.D., assistant professor of management, co-authored a paper entitled “Does fun promote learning? The relationship between fun in the workplace and informal learning,” which has been published in the Journal of Vocational Behavior.

  • Michael Runnels, JD, associate professor of law and social responsibility, co-authored an article entitled “The Core of an Unqualified Case for Judicial Review: A Reply to Jeremy Waldron and Contemporary Critics,” which has been published in the Brooklyn Law Review. This publication was made possible by a Loyola Mid-Career Research Grant, which was awarded in Spring 2016.

  • John Burger, Ph.D., professor of economics, has a working paper circulating in the National Bureau of Economic Research entitled “Currency Matters: Analyzing International Bond Portfolios.”

  • Paul Tallon, Ph.D., professor of information systems, received the Associate Editor of the Year Award for 2016 from Information Systems Research (ISR).

  • Jeremy Schwartz, Ph.D., assistant professor of economics, is one of four Loyola University Maryland faculty members to have been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to build a high-performance computing (HPC) cluster that will exponentially expand research opportunities for faculty and students across disciplines.

  • Dave Luvison, DBA, affiliate assistant professor and Jeffrey Cummings, Ph.D., associate Professor of management, have completed a peer-reviewed article entitled “Decisions at the boundary: Role choice and alliance manager behaviors,” which will appear in Group and Organization Management.

  • Karyl Leggio, Ph.D. professor of finance, has had her paper entitled “Roseda’s Growth Decision” accepted to The Case Journal.

  • Guangzhi Zhao, associate professor of marketing, co-authored paper, titled as “What Do People Care More? Matching Behavior Consequences with Target Groups in Discouraging DUI." Accepted for publication in Journal of Advertising Research.

  • Marie A. Yeh, Assistant Professor of Marketing, has co-authored a paper entitled, "The Stigma of Mental Illness:  Using Segmentation for Social Change," which has been published in the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing

  • Klink, Richard R. and Lan Wu (2017), “Creating Ethical Brands: The Role of Brand Name on Consumer Perceived Ethicality, Marketing Letters¸28 (3), 411-422.

  • Burger, John D., Norman Sedgley, and Kerry M. Tan. (2017). "Macroeconomic Shocks and Corporate R&D," The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics 17(2).

  • Burger, J.D. and Schwartz, J.S. (2017), Jobless Recoveries: Stagnation or Structural Change? Economic Inquiry, 56(2), 709 723

  • “Risk Aversion and Wages:  Evidence from the Baseball Labor Market,” Atlantic Economic Journal, v. 45, no. 3 (September 2017), pp. 385-97 (with Anthony Krautmann and Peter von Allmen), available at:  https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs11293-017-9545-7