Scholarly Works 2015

Refereed Journal Articles

Accounting and Finance

Natalya Delcoure, DBA

Dean

Delcoure, Natalya and Kendra Huff. “Determinants of IFRS adoption by companies in emerging and frontier markets” with Kendra Huff, The Review of Business Journal, Vol. 45, No. 1, Summer 2015.

Delcoure, Natalya, Genevieve Scalan and Martha Sale. "Case Study of Accreditation Reaffirmation with Emphasis on Survival-Focused Prioritization for Program Assessment," accepted in Business Education and Accreditation.

Delcoure, Natalya and Hassan Shirvani. “The Random Walk in the Stock Prices of 16 OECD Countries: A Robust Panel Unit Root Test,” Accepted in Journal of Economic Studies.


Kendra Huff, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Delcoure, Natalya and Kendra Huff. “Determinants of IFRS adoption by companies in emerging and frontier markets” with Kendra Huff, The Review of Business Journal, Vol. 45, No. 1, Summer 2015.


Thomas Krueger, DBA

J.R. Manning Endowed Professor of Innovation in Business Education

C. Edward Chang, Thomas M. Krueger, and H. Doug Witte (2015).  “Do ETFs outperform CEFs  in Fixed Income Investing?” American Journal of Business, 30(4): 231-246.

C. Edward Chang and Thomas M. Krueger (2015), “Do Fundamental Index Funds Outperform Traditional Index Funds?," Journal of Financial Planning, 28(12): 40-48.

Cavazos-Garza, A. A., & Krueger, Thomas M. (2015, May). "Hiring a Sustainability Officer Can Save A Sinking Ship: Financial Statement Evidence."  Journal of Asia Entrepreneurship and Sustainability, 11(1), 3-23.

Womack, John Quinten (TAMUK Finance Major and 2013 Texas A&M University System Student Regent) and Krueger, Thomas M. “The Impact of Initial Accreditation From AACSB on the Enrollment of Three South Texas Universities.” Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 27.1 (2015): 158-167.

Gonzales, Jorge (Finance Major) and Thomas M. Krueger, “The Performance of Firms with Excellent Reputations,” The Empirical Economic Letters, 14.7 (July 2015): 645-658.


Martha Sale, DBA

Professor and Chair, Accounting and Finance

Ronald G. Cheek, Martha Lair Sale, Colleen Schwarz. “Development of a Measurement Instrument for Website Design: Utilizing Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) Multi-attribute Decision Modeling,”  International Journal of E-Business Research, 11(3), 18-30, July-September 2015.

Martha Lair Sale, Ronald G. Cheek, R. Samuel Sale. “Using AHP to Develop a Measure of Web Presence,” accepted for a forthcoming issue of the  Academy of Strategic Management Journal.  

Martha Lair Sale, R. Samuel Sale. “Financial Rewards of Social Actions,”  accepted for a forthcoming issue of the Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal.  

Chapter in an Edited Book (Invited)
Ronald G. Cheek, Martha Lair Sale, Colleen Schwarz. “Creation of an Instrument to Measure Website Effectiveness Using the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP).” Encyclopedia of E-Commerce Development, Implementation, and Management (forthcoming).

Martha L. Sale, R. Samuel Sale, “Supplier Selection in the Presence of Component Commonality and Diverse End Item Markets,” Cost Management, (forthcoming).

Delcoure, Natalya, Genevieve Scalan and Martha Sale. "Case Study of Accreditation Reaffirmation with Emphasis on Survival-Focused Prioritization for Program Assessment," accepted in Business Education and Accreditation.

 

Genevieve Scalan, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Delcoure, Natalya, Genevieve Scalan and Martha Sale. "Case Study of Accreditation Reaffirmation with Emphasis on Survival-Focused Prioritization for Program Assessment," accepted in Business Education and Accreditation.


Harmeet Singh

Lecturer

Harmeet Singh, Hans Schumann and Hailong Jin. “Explaining Why Indian Trade Balance Didn’t Improve With Its Currency Devaluation,”  Accepted for publication by Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research


Hans Schumann

Professor of Practice

Harmeet Singh, Hans Schumann and Hailong Jin. “Explaining Why Indian Trade Balance Didn’t Improve With Its Currency Devaluation,” Accepted for publication by Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research

Hans Schumann. "Loyalty Programs and the Risk of Industry Commoditization." Accepted for publication by Business Studies Journal, Vol 7, No. 2, p. 131-139.


Priti Verma, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Verma, Priti, “Trading Volume, Volatility and ADR Returns” has been accepted for publication at the Journal of Global Business Management, Vol. 11, (2015): 2.

 

Management, Marketing and Information Systems

Valerie Bartelt, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor J.R. Manning Faculty Fellow in Strategic Initiatives

Moqbel, M. and Bartelt, V.L. (2015). “Consumer Acceptance of Personal Cloud: Integrating Trust and Risk with the Technology Acceptance Model,” AIS Transactions on Replication Research (forthcoming)

Moqbel, M., & Bartelt, V.L. (2015). "Understanding Personal Cloud Acceptance," AIS Transactions on Replication Research (forthcoming)


Jesus Carmona, Ph.D.

Associate Dean

Kock, N., Carmona, J., & Moqbel, M. (2015). Media naturalness and compensatory adaptation: Counterintuitive effects on correct rejections of deceitful contract clauses. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 58(4), 381-395.


Alicia Cavazos-Garza, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Cavazos-Garza, A. A., & Krueger, T. (2015, May). "Hiring a Sustainability Officer Can Save A Sinking Ship: Financial Statement Evidence."  Journal of Asia Entrepreneurship and Sustainability, 11(1), 3-23.


Ruth Chatelain-Jardon, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Daniel, J. and Chatelain-Jardon, Ruth. (2015), The Relationship between Individual Spirituality, Organizational Commitment and Individual Innovative Behavior, Management Research and Practice Journal, V.7, No. 1, pp. forthcoming.

Charoensukmongkol, P., Daniel, J., and Chatelain-Jardon, R. (2015), The Contribution of Workplace Spirituality on Organizational Citizenship Behavior, Advances in Business Research, V.6, No.1, pp. 32-45.

Kock, N., and Chatelain-Jardon, R. (2015), Surprise and technology-mediated learning: A two-country study, Cognition Technology & Work Journal, DOI: 10.1007/s10111-015-0349-8.


John E. Cicala, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Bush, Victoria, Alan J. Bush, Jared J. Oakley, and John E. Cicala (2015), “The Sales Profession as a Subculture: Implications for Ethical Decision Making,” Journal of Business Ethics, DOI 10.1007/s10551-015-2753-7.


Rusty Karst, Ph.D.

Lecturer

Gaffney, N., Karst, R. and Clampit, J. (2015). "Emerging Market MNE Cross-border Acquisition Equity Participation: The role of Economic and Knowledge Distance." International Business Review, In Press.


Michael Knight, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Al-Qadhi, Y.H., Nor K.M., Ologbo A.C., and Michael B. Knight, “Knowledge sharing in a multi-nationality workforce: Examining the factors that influence knowledge sharing among employees of diverse nationalities,” (2015). Human Systems Management, Vol 34:2.


Jack Shorter, Ed.D.

Professor and Chair, Management, Marketing and Information Systems

Tapia, M., and Jack Shorter.  “Into the Depths of the Internet: The Deep Web,” Issues in Information Systems, 16.III (2015): 230 – 237.

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