Faculty Research & Awards

Our faculty bring relevant research and new insights into the classroom. Many of our  instructors have achieved international renown because of their ground-breaking work in areas such as executive compensation, effects of insider training on stock and e-commerce, and internal work groups and teams.

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  1. Aier, Jagadison - Accounting

    Nominated for an OSCAR Mentoring Excellence Award in 2013. The purpose of this award is to recognize and reward outstanding Mason community members who have mentored undergraduate students on research and creative activities and who foster a culture of student scholarship in support of Mason’s Students as Scholars initiative. 

    Nominated for the George Mason University Teaching Excellence Award in 2013. This award recognized outstanding faculty for their educational contributions to enhancing student learning at the university.

    Published an article titled, “Insider Trading in Loss Firms” in Advances in Accounting in 2013.

    Presented the paper titled “Fiduciary Duties of Directors and Accounting Conservatism” (with Long Chen and Mikhail Pevzner) at the 2012 Virginia Accounting Research Conference in Charlottesville, VA in May 2012.

    Awarded the Beta Alpha Psi Philip A Blanchard Award for excellence in undergraduate education given in recognition as the Accounting faculty member of the year from George Mason University in 2012.

    Presented (with Long Chen and Mikhail Pevzner) the paper titled “Fiduciary Duties of Directors and Accounting Conservatism” at the George Mason University Accounting Research Seminar in Fairfax, Virginia in March 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “Board Term Limits and Earnings Quality” (with Min Shen and coauthors) at Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York in 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Experience vs. Entrenchment: Understanding the Determinants and Effects of Outside Directors' Tenure” at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon.

    Published an article titled, “On the Analysis of Firms' Cash Flows” (with coauthors) in Contemporary Accounting Research.

  2. Beard, Jon - Information Systems and Operations Management

    Published an article titled, “The Impact of Situational Factors on Information Systems (IS) Managerial Leader Behaviors: What Information System Employees Want” in the Journal of Business & Leadership in 2013. 

    Presented the paper titled, “Where is the Wisdom We Have Lost in Technology?” at the AMCIS in Chicago, Illinois in August in 2013 (with coauthors Nikunj Dalal, David Pauleen, Murray Jennex, and Peter Rosen).

    Nominated as “Best Reviewer for the OCIS Division” from the Organizational Communication and Information Systems Division, Academy of Management.

    Presented the paper titled “Seeing the Forest AND the Trees: A Systems-Focused Experiential Exercise” (with coauthors) at the Southwest Academy of Management in New Orleans, Louisiana in February 2011.

    Published an article titled, “Dueling Stakeholders and Dual-Hatted Systems Engineers: Challenges, Capabilities, and Skills in Government Infrastructure Technology Projects” (with coauthors) in IEEE Transactions On Engineering Management in Spring/Summer 2011.

  3. Bellos, Ioannis - Information Systems and Operations Management

    Presented the paper titled, “The Design of Multi-Stage Service Provesses” at the POMS Annual Conference in Denver, Colorado in 2013 (with coauthor Stylianos Kavadias).

    Presented the paper titled “To Sell and to Provide? A Comparison of Selling and Membership” at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona in 2012 (with coauthors Mark Ferguson and Beril Toktay).

    Presented the paper titled “The Design Challenges of Experiential Services” (with coauthor Stylianos Kavadias) and “The Potential of Servicizing as a Green Business Model” (with coauthor Vishal Agrawal) at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona in 2012.

  4. Canterbury, Shelly - Finance

    Was a mentor for a student research project which received an award from the QEP Leadership Council.

  5. Chen, Long - Accounting

    Presented the paper titled, “Mandatory IFRS Adoption, Accounting Proximity, and International Cross-Listings” (with coauthors) at the Chulalongkorn Accounting and Finance Symposium in Bangkok, Thailand in November 2013, at the 2014 International Conference on Accounting and Information Technology in Chiayi, Taiwan in February 2014 and at the 37th Annual Congress of European Accounting Association in Tallinn, Estonia in May 2014.

    Presented the paper titled, “Mandatory IFRS Adoption, Accounting Proximity, and International Cross-Listings” at the 2013 DC Area Accounting Symposium in Fairfax, Virginia in 2013 (with coauthors).

    Published an article titled, “Comments by the Auditing Standards Committee of the Auditing Section of the American Accounting Association on the IAASB Proposal: Improving the Auditor's Report” in Current Issues in Auditing in 2013 (with coauthor Mikhail Pevzner).

      Presented the paper titled “Stock Repurchase and Debt Contracting” (with Suning Zhang) at the 2012 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in Washington, DC in August 2012. 

    Presented the paper titled “Corporate Social Responsibility, Audit Fees, and Audit Opinions” at that same meeting (with coauthors Bin Srinidhi, Albert Tsang, Wei Yu).

    Had the presentation titled “Comments by the Auditing Standards Committee of the Auditing Section of the American Accounting Association on the IAASB Proposal Improving Auditor Report” published in the proceedings from the Current Issues in Auditing (with coauthors Ling Lisic and Mikhail Pevzner)

    Had the presentation titled “Corporate Social Responsibility, Audit Fees, and Audit Opinions” and “Stock Repurchase and Debt Contracting” published in the proceedings from the 2012 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in 2012. (with coauthors Bin Srinidhi, Albert Tsang, Wei Yu)

    Presented the paper titled “Fiduciary Duties of Directors and Accounting Conservatism” (with JK Aier and Mikhail Pevzber) at the 2012 Virginia Accounting Research Conference in Charlottesville, VA in May 2012.

    Published an article titled, “Pro Forma Disclosures, Audit Fees, and Auditor Resignations” (with Mikhail Pevzner) in the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy in May/Jun 2012.

    Presented (with Suning Zhang) the paper titled “Stock Repurchase and Debt Contrating” at the 2012 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Presented the paper titled “Corporate Social Responsibility, Audit Fees, and Audit Opinions” (with coauthors) at the 35th Annual Congress of European Accounting Association in Ljubljana, Slovenia in May and at the 18th Annual International Symposium on Audit Research in Tokyo, Japan in June.

    Presented (with JK Aier and Mikhail Pevzner) the paper titled “Fiduciary Duties of Directors and Accounting Conservatism” at the George Mason University Accounting Research Seminar in Fairfax, Virginia in March 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “Corporate Social Responsibility, Audit Fees, and Audit Opinions” (with coauthors) at the 2012 American Accounting Association Auditing Section Mid-Year Conference in Savannah, Georgia in January 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “How do Auditors Respond to Corporate Social Responsibility Performance?” (with coauthors) at the National University of Singapore Research Seminar in Singapore in November 2011.

    Published an article titled, “Pro-Forma Disclosures, Audit Fees, and Auditor Resignations” (with Mikhail Pevzner and coauthors) in the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy in 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “How do Auditors Respond to Corporate Social Responsibility Performance?” (with coauthors) at the 2012 American Accounting Association Auditing Section Mid-Year Conference in Savannah, Georgia in October 2011. The presentation was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Presented the paper titled “Stock Repurchase and Debt Contracting” (with Suning Zhang) at the Fall 2011 GWU-GMU Joint Accounting Research Seminar in Washington, DC in October 2011.
     
    Presented the paper titled “Did Audit Fee Cuts in 2009 Impair Earnings Quality?” (with coauthors) at the 2011 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado in August 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “How Do Auditors Respond to Corporate Social Responsibility Performance?” at the 2011 Academic Conference on Social Responsibility: Perceptions and Reality in Tacoma, Washington in July 2011, at the City University of Hong Kong Accounting Research Seminar in Hong Kong, China- Hong Kong in October 2011, and at the George Mason University Accounting Research Seminar in Fairfax, Virginia in October 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Did Audit Fee Cuts in 2009 Impair Earnings Quality?” at the 2011 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in Denvor, Colorado in August. 

    Presented the paper titled “How Do Auditors Respond to Corporate Social Responsibility Performance?” at the 2011 Academic Conference on Social Responsibility: Perceptions and Reality in Tacoma, Washington.

    Had the presentation titled “Did Audit Fee Cuts in 2009 Impair Earnings Quality?” published in the proceedings from the 2011 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting.

    Presented the paper titled “Did Audit Fee Cuts in 2009 Impair Earnings Quality?” at the 21st Audit & Assurance Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland and at the George Mason University Accounting Workshop in Fairfax, Virginia in 2011. 

    Presented the paper titled “An Analysis of Auditor Responses to Potentially Misleading Disclosures by Managers: The Case of Pro Forma Earnings” (with coauthor Mikhail Pevzner) at the 16th Annual International Symposium on Audit Research in Singapore in June 2010. The presentation was also published in the conference proceedings.

  6. Chen, Min - Information Systems and Operations Management

    Presented the paper titled, “An Analysis of Click Fraud Auditing in Pay-Per-Click Advertising” at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona in October in 2012 (with coauthors). 

    Presented the paper titled, “The Effect of Fraud Investigation Cost on Pay-Per-Click Advertising” at The Annual Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS) in Berlin, Germany in June in 2012 (with coauthors). The paper was published in the conference proceedings.

    Published an article titled, “Facilitating Effective User Navigation through Website Structure Improvement” in IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering in 2013.

    Presented the paper titled, “The Effect of Third Party Investigation on Pay-Per-Click Advertising” at the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) in Orlando, Florida in December in 2012 (with coauthors Varghese Jacob, Suresh Radhakrishnan, Young Ryu).The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

  7. Christophe, Stephen - Finance

    Presented the paper titled, “Why Investors Want to Know the Size of Your Shorts” at the European Finance Association annual meeting in Cambridge, England in 2013 (with coauthors Jim Hsieh and Mike Ferri).

    Presented the paper titled, “Why Investors Want to Know the Size of Your Shorts” at the Financial Management Association European Conference in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg in 2013 (with coauthors Jim Hsieh and Mike Ferri).

    Awarded the Outstanding Paper Award from NTU International Finance Conference in 2012 for the paper titled “Short Selling and Corporate Bond Returns”  (coauthored with Michael G. Ferri, Jim Hsieh and Hsien Dolly King).

    Presented the paper titled “Short Selling and Corporate Bond Returns” at the NTU International Conference on Finance in Taipei, Taiwan in 2012 and at the Financial Management Association Asian Conference in Shanghai, China in  2013 (with coauthors Michael Ferri, Dolly King, and Jim Hsieh).

    Presented the paper “Why Investors Want to Know the Size of Your Shorts” at the European Financial Management Association (EFMA) annual meeting in Reading, United Kingdom and at the Financial Management Association European Conference in Luxembourg, Luxembourg in 2013.

    Had the article “Short Selling and the Weekend Effect in Nasdaq Stock Returns” (coauthored with Michael Ferri) selected as Outstanding Publication from the Financial Review.

    Published an article titled, “Informed Trading Before Analyst Downgrades: Evidence from Short Sellers” (with Michael Ferri and Jim Hsieh) in the Journal Of Financial Economics.

    Published an article titled, “Informed Trading Before Analyst Downgrades: Evidence from Short Sellers” in the Journal of Financial Economics.

  8. Coffinberger, Richard - Management

    Presented the paper titled “The Movement to Restrict Employer's Use of Credit Checks for Employment Decisions: An Analysis of the Movement; It’s Merits; and It’s Implications for Human Resource Professionals” at the Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB) in New Orleans, Louisiana in 2011.

    Published an article titled, “The Supreme Court's Recent Retaliation Ruling and the Implications for Employers” in the Mustang Journal of Law and Legal Studies in 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Parking Lot Gun Laws and Workplace Safety: An Expanding Dilemma for Employers” at the Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB) in Richmond, Virginia.

    Presented the paper titled “The Supreme Court's Recent Retaliation Ruling and the Implications For Employers” at the Southern Academy of Legal Studies in Business in San Antonio, Texas. 

    Received an award for extensive service contributions on behalf of Mason Faculty from George Mason University AAUP.

  9. Cramton, Catherine - Management

    Published an article titled “Situated Coworker Familiarity: How Site Visits Transform Relationships among Distributed Workers,” in Organization Science in 2014.

    Published an article titled “Language as a Lightning Rod:  Power Contests, Emotion Regulation, and Subgroup Dynamics in Global Teams” in the Journal of International Business Studies in 2014.

    Published an article titled "An Embedded Model of Cultural Adaptation in Global Teams,” in Organization Science in 2014.

    Presented the paper titled “Using Cultural Scripts To Understand Coordination Breakdowns in Global Teams” at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Boston, MA in 2012 (with coauthor Tine Koehler).

    Presented the paper titled “Designing and Conducting Large Intercultural Research Projects” at the Academy of Management annual meeting in Massachusetts in 2012 (with coauthor Tine Koehler).

    Presented the paper titled “Cultural Coordination Scripts in Global Engineering Teams” (with coauthors T. Koehler & R Levitt) at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, San Antonio, TX in 2011.

    Published an article titled, “The Meeting Genre Across Cultures: Insights From Three German-American Collaborations” (with coauthors) in Small Group Research in 2012.

    Published the chapter titled “Studying Global Work Groups in the Field” in Research Methods for Studying Groups: A Behind-the-Scenes Guide in 2012 by the publisher Taylor & Francis/Routledge.

    Published an article titled, “The (Un)Hidden Turmoil of Language in Global Collaboration” (with coauthors) in Organizational Dynamics in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “The Meeting Genre Across Cultures: Insights From Three German-American Collaborations” at the DC Metro Area Teams Research Conference in Arlington, Virginia in 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Writing Research Proposals for the US National Science Foundation” at the Department of Management & Marketing, University of Melbourne, Australia in Melbourne, Australia. 

    Presented the paper titled “The Meeting Genre Across Cultures: Insights From Three German-American Collaborations” at the Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research Conference in Arlington, Virginia, at the Department of Communications, Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, and at the Mason School of Business, College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. 

    Awarded the Outstanding Contributions to Teaching Award for the Class of 2011 from George Mason University School of Management.

    Presented the paper titled “The Dialectical Struggle to Resolve Cross National Differences in Distributed Teams” at the American Psychological Association Convention in San Diego, California.

    Presented the paper titled “A Cross-Site Thread: The Struggle to Resolve Cross-National Differences in Globally Distributed Teams” at the Academy of Management in Chicago, Illinois. The paper was also published in the Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.

    Cramton presented the paper titled “Using Personal Application Assignments for Student Evaluation” at the monthly pedagogical workshop at the Department of Management and Marketing in Melbourne, Australia- VIC.

  10. Cronin, Matthew - Management

    Was nominated for the George Mason University OSCAR Mentoring Excellence Award in 2014.

    Presented the paper titled “Validating Team Level Constructs” (with Richard Klimoski) at the Academy of Management Annual Conference in San Antonio, TX.

    Presented the paper titled “Guiding Change in the Field of Management Science” (with Richard Klimoski) at the Academy of Management Annual Conference in San Antonio, Texas in 2011.

    Tinsley, C. H., Dillon, R. L., & Cronin, M. A. (forthcoming) How near miss events amplify or attenuate risky decision making. Forthcoming at Management Science

    Cronin, M. A. & Bendersky, C. (forthcoming). The supply chain for producing quality organizational knowledge. Forthcomin in Organizational Psychology Review

    Cronin, M. A., Weingart, L. R., Todorova, G. (2011). Dynamics in Groups: Are we there yet?. In J. P. Walsh & A. P. Brief (Eds.) The Academy of Management Annals, Vol 5. (pp. 571-612) Philadelphia, PA: Taylor & Francis

    Cronin, M. A. & Klimoski, R. (2011) Broadening the View of What Constitutes ‘‘Evidence.’’ Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 4, 57–61.

    Cronin, M. A., Bezrukova, K., Weingart, L. R., & Tinsley, C. (2010) Subgroups within teams: The Role of Cognitive and Affective States. Journal of Organizational Behavior

    Weingart, L. R., Todorova, G., & Cronin, M. A. (2010) Task Conflict, Problem Solving, and Yielding:   Effects on Cognition and Performance in Functionally Diverse Innovation Teams. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 3, 312-337. Recipient of the 2010 Best Published Paper Award for the NCMR Journal

    Dillon, R. L.; Tinsley, C.H., & Cronin M.A. (2011) Why Near-Miss Events Can Decrease an Individual’s Protective Response to Hurricanes. Risk Analysis. Recipient of the 2011 Best Published Paper Award for the Risk Analsysis Journal

    Weingart, L. R. & Cronin, M. A. (2010). Teams Research in the 21st Century: A Case for Theory Consolidation, In E. Salas, Goodwin, J., & Burke, C. S. (Eds).  Team Effectiveness in Complex Organizations and Systems:  Cross-disciplinary perspectives.  (pp. 509-524). New York, NY: Taylor and Francis.

    Mueller, J. S., & Cronin, M. A. (2009). How Relational Processes Support Team Creativity. In E. A. Mannix, M. A. Neale, & J. A. Goncalo (Eds.), Research on Managing Groups and Teams: Creativity in Groups, Vol. 12 (pp. 291-310). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

    Weingart, L. R., Todorova, G., & Cronin, M. A. (2008) Represenational gaps, team integration and team creativity: The mediating roles of conflict and coordination, Academy of Management Proceedings

    Cronin, M. A., Gonzalez, C. & Sterman, J. D. (2008) Difficulties Understanding System Dynamics: A Challenge to Researchers, Educators, and Citizens. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 108, 116-130

    Cronin, M. A. & Weingart, L. R. (2007) The differential effects of trust and respect on team conflict. In L. Thompson and K. J. Behfar Conflict in Teams. (pp. 205-228) Evansont, IL: NU Press

    Cronin, M. A. & Weingart, L. R. (2007) Representational gaps, information processing, and conflict in functionally diverse teams. Academy of Management Review, 32, 761-773

    Cronin, M. A. & Gonzalez, C. (2007) Understanding the Building Blocks of Dynamic Systems  System Dynamics Review, 23, 1-17

    Wilson, J. M., Goodman, P. G. & Cronin, M. A. (2007) Group Learning. Academy of Management Review, 32, 1041-1059

    Cronin, M. A. (2006) A strategy for improving insight at work. Academy of Management Proceedings

    Weingart, L. R., Cronin, M. A., Houser, C. J. S., Cagan, J., & Vogel, C. M. (2005). Functional Diversity and Conflict in Cross-Functional Product Development Teams: Considering representational gaps and task characteristics.. In L. L. Neider, & C. Schreishman (Eds.), Research in Management, Vol. 4, (pp. 89-110), Greenwich, CT:IAP.

    Cronin, M. A. (2004) A computational model of insight Complexity, 9, 17-24.

    Wienstock, M. & Cronin, M. A. (2003) The everyday production of knowledge: Individual differences in epistemological understanding and juror reasoning skill. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 17, 161-181.

    Kraut, R. E., Sunder, S., Morris, J., Telang, R., Filer, D., & Cronin, M.  (2002). Markets for attention: Will postage for email help? Proceedings, Computer Supported Cooperative Work. New York: Association of Computing Machinery.

  11. Das, Sidhartha - Information Systems and Operations Management

    Presented the paper titled, “Does Process Maturity Mitigate Risk? An Empirical Analysis of Federal Information Technology Projects” (with Anant Mishra) at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 2013. 

    Had the presentation titled “Technology Orientation and Product Innovativeness in Technology Services Firms” published in the proceedings from the American Marketing Association (AMA) Marketing Educators' Conference in 2012. The paper also won “Best Paper Award” at the conference (with coauthors Mahesh Joshi and Nacef Mouri). 

    Had the presentation titled “Proactiveness and Innovativeness in Service Firms: Too Much of a Good Thing?” published in the proceedings from the AMA Summer Marketing Educators' Conference in 2013 (with coauthors Mahesh Joshi and Nacef Mouri).

    Presented the paper titled, “Antecedents of Service Innovations - An Entrepreneurial Perspective” at the POMS Annual Conference in Denver, Colorado in 2013 (with coauthors Mahesh Joshi and Nacef Mouri).

    Presented the paper titled, “TO and Innovativeness in TSFs: Perspectives from Operations, Marketing and Strategic Management” at the Academy of Management Conference in Boston, Massachusetts in 2012 (with coauthors Mahesh Joshi and Nacef Mouri).

    Received the “Best Paper Award” in the Services Marketing track from the American Marketing Association (AMA) Marketing Educators' Conference in Chicago, IL.

    Presented the paper titled “Does Process Maturity Mitigate Risk? An Empirical Analysis of Federal IT Programs” (with coauthors Anant Mishra and Jim Murray) at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina in 2011.

    Awarded a summer research grant from George Mason University Provost's Office in 2012.

    Published an article titled, “Does Technology Orientation Matter In Service Oriented Organizations?” in the AMA Educators' Conference Proceedings in 2012 (with Nacef Mouri and Mahesh Joshi).

    Had the presentation titled “TO and Innovativeness: Perspectives from Operations, Marketing and Strategic Management” published in the proceedings from the Academy of Management Conference in 2012 (with Nacef Mouri and Mahesh Joshi).

    Had the presentation titled “Managing Technology Projects: An RBV Approach” (with coauthors Nirup Menon and Jim Hutchison), published in the proceedings of the World Conference on Production and Operations Management in 2012. 
     
    Awarded the Best Paper Award in the Services Marketing track from the American Marketing Association (AMA) Marketing Educators' Conference in Chicago, IL in Aug 2012.

    Named Professor of the Year for the MS in Technology Management Program at George Mason University, School of Management in 2012. 

    Received the George Mason University School of Management Excellence in Service Award in 2011.

    Presented (with Anant Mishra) the paper titled “Risk Management in Complex Information Technology (IT) Programs: The Role of Process Maturity” at INFORMS in Charlotte, North Carolina in 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “A Study on the Entry Strategies Related with Risk Management of Turkish Companies to the Emerging Economies” (with coauthors) at the DSI Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts in 2011.

    Published an article (with Maheshkumar Joshi) titled, “Process Innovativeness and Firm Performance in Technology Services Firms: The Effect of External and Internal Contingencies” in IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management.

    Presented the paper titled “TSFs: Technology Orientation, Autonomy, Risk-Taking Propensity and Innovativeness” (with Maheshkumar Joshi and Nacef Mouri) at the Academy of Management Meeting in San Antonio, Texas in  2011. The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Published an article (with Nirup Menon) titled, “The Effect of Information Technology Investments in Healthcare: A Longitudinal Study of its Lag, Duration, and Economic Value” (with coauthors) in IEEE Transactions On Engineering Management.

    Presented the paper titled “Exploring the Technology Orientation Construct in the Innovativeness Literature” at the Mason Entrepreneurship Research Conference in Fairfax, Virginia.

    Received the George Mason University School of Management Award for Excellence in Service.

    Published an article titled, “The Effect of Information Technology Investments in Healthcare: A Longitudinal Study of its Lag, Duration and Economic Value” (with coauthors) in the IEEE Transactions On Engineering Management.

    Had the presentation titled “Process Renewal and The Internet: Linkages to Corporate Entrepreneurship and Organizational Renewal” published in the proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute.

  12. Demory, M. Yvonne - Management

    Presented the paper titled “Supreme Court Expands Pool of Title VII Retaliation Claimants Leaving Employers Vulnerable” at the Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB) in New Orleans, Louisiana in August 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Plain Purpose v. Plain Language in Title VII Retaliation Claims” at the Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB) in Richmond, Virginia. 

  13. Douthett, Edward - Accounting

    Published an article titled, “Venture Capital and Risk Management: Evidence From Initial Public Offerings” (with coauthors) in the Journal of Managerial Issues in 2013.

    Selected to serve as the Northern Chapter Virginia Society CPA Professor of Public Accounting. The Northern Chapter Virginia Society CPA Chair of Public Accounting was established to foster closer relations between the academic and practice community. Professor Douthett was selected to hold the chair by a committee from the School of Management and the Northern Chapter of the Virginia Society of CPA's in recognition of his commitment to the academy and the accounting profession.

    Published (with Ling Lisic) an article titled, “Client Importance and Audit Partner Independence” (with coauthors) in the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “Shareholder Expropriation and the Provision of Assurance Services in the Market for New Issues” at the Mason Entrepreneurship Research Conference in Fairfax, Virginia. 

    Presented the paper titled “Client Importance and Auditor Independence: A Partner-Level Analysis” at the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California.

    Received the George Mason University School of Management Faculty Service Award in Accounting.

    Presented the paper titled “Ownership Form and Assurance Services in the Market for New Issues” (with coauthor Suning Zhang) at the Mason Entrepreneurship Research Conference in Fairfax, Virginia.

    Was awarded a faculty fellowship from Goodman & Company.

    Was awarded a research publication award from George Mason University School of Management.

    Presented the paper titled “Client Importance and Auditor Independence: A Partner-Level Analysis” (with Ling Lei) at the 2010 International Symposium on Audit Research in Singapore.

    Presented the paper titled “Client Importance and Audit Partner Reporting Decisions” (with Ling Lei) at the Auditing Section Mid-Year Conference of the American Accounting Association in San Diego, California.

  14. Druehl, Cheryl - Information Systems and Operations Management

    Presented the paper titled, “Incentives and Competition in Unblind Innovation Contests” (with coauthor) at the POMS Annual Conference in Denver, Colorado in 2013 (with Anant Mishra).

    Presented the paper titled, “Implications of Heterogeneous Submission Behavior in Unblind Online Crowdsourcing Contests” at the Darden & Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship and Innovation Research Conference in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2013 (with coauthors Anant Mishra and Jesse Bockstedt).

    Presented the paper titled “Does Pre-market Approval of Medical Devices Benefit Patients?” at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona in 2012 (with coauthors Zhili Tian).

    Published an article titled “Design for the Environment: Life Cycle Approach Using a Newsvendor Model” in Production & Operations Management.

    Presented the paper titled “Prize Amount and Entry Behavior in Innovation Contests” (with coauthors Anant Mishra and Jesse Bockstedt) at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “Do Participation Strategy and Experience Impact the Likelihood of Winning in Unblind Innovation Contests” (with coauthor Jesse Bockstedt and Anant Mishra) at the University of Utah Product-Service Innovation Conference in Snowbird, Utah in 2012 and at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina in 2011.

    Awarded a summer research grant from the School of Management for the article "Tax Implications on Design for the Environment using a Life Cycle Approach" (with coauthors Gal Raz and Vered Blass) in 2012.

    Had the paper titled "Strategic Product/Service Innovations of an Online Firm" (with coauthors) awarded as “One of the Top Ten Most Downloaded Papers” in 2011 for the Decision Sciences Journal.

    Presented the paper titled “Heterogenous Entry Behavior and its Implications for Winning in Unblind Innovation Contests” at the POMS Annual Conference in Chicago, Illinois in 2012 (with Anant Mishra, Jesse Bockstedt). 

    Presented the paper titled “Design for the Environment - Life Cycle Approach Using a Newsvendor Model” (with coauthors) at the Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts in 2011.

    Presented the paper (with Michael Naor) titled “Designing and Diffusing Environmentally-Friendly Innovations: An Exploratory Case Study” at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina.

    Presented the paper titled “Innovation in the Medical Device Industry: The Case of Spinal Implant Firms” at the Mason Entrepreneurship Research Conference in Fairfax, Virginia in 2012.

    Presented the papers titled “Design for the Environment - Life Cycle Approach Using a Newsvendor Model” (with coauthors) and “The 3C's of Outsourcing Innovation: Cost, Capability, and Control” (with coauthors) at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina.

    Published an article titled, “Pay Per Mile: Can Companies Make Electric Cars More Affordable?” (with Michael Naor) in the George Mason University School of Management Annual Report in 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Participation Strategy & Likelihood of Winning in Unblinded Innovation Contests: An Empirical Study” (with Jesse Bockstedt and Anant Mishra) at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina in October 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “New Product and Service Development for Sustainable Transportation: A Case Study of an Innovative Infrastructure and Business Model Designed to Cut the World's Dependency on Oil Using Electric Vehicles” (with Michael Naor) at the Workshop on New Product Development, Innovation, and Sustainability, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.

    Presented the paper titled “Reviving the Electric Car Movement: Developing Green Infrastructure for Sustainable Transportation” at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas.

    Presented the paper titled “Formation of a New Venture in the Automotive Industry” at the Production and Operations Management Annual Conference in Reno, Nevada.

    Published an article titled, “Strategic Product/Service Innovations of an Online Firm” (with coauthors) in Decision Sciences.

    Presented the paper titled “Design for the Environment - Lifecycle Approach Using the Newsvendor Model” at the New Product Development, Innovation and Sustainability Workshop at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. 

    Presented the papers titled “Reviving the Electric Car Movement: Developing Green Infrastructure for Sustainable Transportation” and “Games and Exercises in Teaching MOT and NPD” at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas.

    Was awarded the George Mason University School of Management summer research grant (with coauthor Michael Naor) for research on “An Israeli Sustainability Innovation Designed for the Electric Car Industry.”

    Presented the papers titled “The 3 C's of Outsourcing Innovation: Cost, Capability and Control” and “The COO's Role in Financial Performance” at the POMS Annual Conference in Vancouver, Canada.

    Published an article titled, “Managing Product Rollovers” (with coauthors) in Decision Sciences in May 2010.

    Was awarded the Summer Research Award from the Provost's Office at George Mason University.

    Presented the paper titled “The Role of the Internet in Customized Products Supply Chains” (with Jesse Bockstedt) at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in San Diego, California.

  15. Dutta, Amitava - Information Systems and Operations Management

    Presented the paper titled, “System Dynamics Modeling of ICT Diffusion” at the 16th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS 2012) in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam in  in 2012 (with coauthors Rahul Roy, Priya Seetharaman).The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Presented the paper titled “Knowledge Leadership: What, Why and How” (with coauthors) at the IFORS 2011 in Melbourne, Australia- VIC in 2011. The presentation was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Published an article titled, “Software Bundling for Competitive Advantage: Vendor Strategies and Public Policy Implications” (with coauthors) in the Asia Pacific Journal of Information Systems.

    Presented the paper titled “Informational Determinants of Customer Acquisition and eTailer Revenue” at the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) in Lima, Peru. The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Presented the paper titled “Knowledge Management or Knowledge Leadership” at the INFORMS-ALIO in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

    Presented the paper titled “Drivers of Knowledge Creation in Open Fora: Findings From Wikipedeans” at the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) in Lima, Peru. The presentation was published in the conference proceedings. 

    Presented the paper titled “Informational Determinants of Customer Acquisition and eTailer Revenue” (with Nirup Menon) at the AMCIS in Lima, Peru.

    Presented the paper titled “Do Wikipedia Pages Have Parents: An Article Level Inquiry into Wikipedia Inequalities” at the Workshop on Information Technology and Systems in Phoenix, Arizona. The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Had the presentation titled “The Small Worlds of Wikipedia: Implications for Growth, Quality and Sustainability” published in the proceedings from the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS).

  16. Ghosh, Jaideep - Information Systems and Operations Management

    Presented the paper titled “The Knowledge-Sharing Dynamics of a Globally Outsourced Software Development Project: A System Simulations Model” at the 9th Annual International Smart Sourcing Conference (ISSC'09) in New Delhi, India in January 2011. 

    Was awarded the Best Paper Award for “Organizational Knowledge Optimization and Distribution in an Offshore, Dispersed Collaborative Project.”

    Was awarded the Best Track Chair Award for the track ‘Decision Support and Knowledge Management in IT Outsourcing’ from The Global Information Technology Management Association.

    Presented the paper titled “Balanced Management, Distribution, and Production of Knowledge in a Dispersed Collaborative Offshore Project: An Optimization Model with Simulations” at the Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference in Washington, D.C. in June 2010. The paper was printed in the conference proceedings.

  17. Hanweck, Gerald - Finance

    Presented the paper titled, “Roots of the Subprime Mortgage Crisis: Consequences of Extreme Loan-to-Value Ratios” at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in Washington D.C., in December in 2012 (with coauthor Gary Fissel).

    Presented the paper titled “Is $8 Billion Enough As a Payment to Taxpayers for Their Bailout of Citigroup?: A Proposed Management Strategy for Systemic Risk” at the SIGTARP, U.S. Treasury Department, in Washington D.C. 

    Presented the paper titled “Subprime Mortgage Delinquency and Default Rates by Metropolitan Area” at the European Finance Association annual meeting in Aahrus, Denmark in June 2010. The paper was printed in the conference proceedings.

    Presented the paper titled “'Banks' and Thrifts' Exposure to Commercial Real Estate and the Weight of Distressed Assets: 'It's Déjà Vu All Over Again' and 'It Ain't Over 'til' It's Over'” at the Distressed Assets and the Commercial Mortgage Crisis, a conference sponsored by NAIOP of Northern Virginia in Alexandria, Virginia. The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Presented the paper titled “Effects of the Economic Stimulus Package on Loudoun County” at the Road to Recovery Forum, in Loudoun, Virginia in May 2010. 

  18. Harvey, James - Marketing

    Had the paper titled “A New Way of Learning: The Impact of Hybrid Distance Education on Student Performance” (with coauthors Kevin McCrohan, Frank Philpot, and Jeffrey Kulick) published in the conference proceedings for the Horizon Report E-Live Webinar New Media Consortium and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative in 2014.

    Had the presentation titled “The Effects of Peer Collaboration on Student Evaluations of Distance Education in Marketing” published in the proceedings from the Society for Marketing Advances in 2012 (with coauthors Kevin McCrohan, Jeffrey Kulick, and Frank Philpot).

    Awarded the Distance Ed Grant from the Office of Distance Education at George Mason University in 2011 to pilot distance education in MKTG 301.

    Presented the paper titled “The Impact of Hybrid Distance Learning on Student Performance” at the American Institute of Higher Education 7th International Conference in Williamsburg, VA.  The paper was also published in the conference proceedings (with Kevin McCrohan, Frank Philpot, and Jeffrey Kulick).

    Presented the paper titled “Effects of Peer Helping on Evaluations of Distance Learning” at the George Mason University Distance Education Council in Fairfax, Virginia in 2012 (with Kevin McCrohan, Frank Philpot, and Jeffrey Kulick).

    Presented the paper titled “Effects of Peer Helping on Evaluations of Distance Learning” at the Distance Education Council at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia in April 2012.

    Presented the paper (with Kevin McCrohan, Frank Allen Philpot, and Jeffrey Kulick) titled, “The Impact of Hybrid Distance Learning on Student Performance”, at the 7th International American Institute of Higher Education Conference in Williamsburg, VA. The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Had the presentation titled “Security in Internet Commerce: Emerging Threats to Customer Trust” (with Kevin McCrohan) published in the proceedings from the American Institute of Higher Education: 6th International Conference in 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Threat Awareness and Improved Security Behavior” at the Computer Security Institute, Security Awareness Peer Group Webinar in New York, New York. The presentation was also published in the proceedings from the conference.

    Presented the paper titled “Curriculum and Resources for Cyber Security” and “Customer Satisfaction in E-Commerce: Issues and Solutions” at the South Asian Institute of Management in Kathmandu, Nepal.

    Presented the paper titled “Security in Internet Commerce: Emerging Threats to Customer Trust” at the 2011 American Institute of Higher Education: 6th International Conference in Charleston, South Carolina. The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Presented the paper titled “Student Perceptions of Faculty Quality” (with Kevin McCrohan and Frank Philpot) at the 4th International Conference of the American Institute of Higher Education in Williamsburg, Virginia. The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Published an article titled, “Influence of Awareness and Training on Cyber Security” (with coauthors) in the Journal of Internet Commerce.

  19. Hasan, Syed - Accounting

    Was selected as Outstanding Faculty of the Year for Undergraduate Education from Beta Alpha Psi.

  20. Hoppner, Jessica - Marketing

    Presented the paper titled “None of the Glory: An Extended Abstract of the Implications of Customer Attributions of Credit in Successful Co-Productive Service Experiences” (with coauthors)at the Academy of Marketing Science World Marketing Congress in Melbourne, Australia- VIC.

    Published an article titled, “Global Marketing Managers: Improving Global Marketing Strategy Through Soft Skill Development” in International Marketing Review in 2013.

    Had the presentation titled “Global Marketing Managers: Improving Global Marketing Strategy Through Soft Skill Development” published in the proceedings from the International Marketing Review in 2013 (with coauthor).

    Presented the paper titled “Only the Lonely: The Influence of Teams on Salesperson Turnover” at the AMA Winter Educator's Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada (with coauthors).  The presentation was published in the conference proceedings.  

    Presented the paper titled “Reciprocity in Interfirm Relationships: A Review and Extension” (with coauthors) at the AMA Summer Educators Conference in Chicago, Illinois.

    Presented the paper titled “None of the Glory: An Extended Abstract of the Implications of Customer Attributions of Credit in Successful Co-Productive Service Experiences” at the Academy of Marketing Science World Marketing Congress in Melbourne, Australia- VIC in  2012. (with coauthors Ryan White, Clay Voorhees, Brian Bourdeau). The presentation was also published in the conference proceedings. 

    Published an article titled, “Global Marketing Managers: Improving Global Marketing Strategy Through Soft Skill Development” in International Marketing Review in 2013.

    Had the presentation titled “Reciprocity in Interfirm Relationships: A Review and Extension” published in the proceedings from the AMA Summer Educators Conference in 2012. (with coauthor David Griffith).

    Presented the paper titled “Understanding the Effects of Positive and Negative Supplier Inequity in Buyer-Supplier Relationships” (with coauthors) at the DC Marketing Colloquium in Fairfax, Virginia in 2012.

    Awarded the Faculty Research Award from George Mason University School of Management in 2011.

    Published an article titled, “The Role of Reciprocity in Clarifying the Performance Payoff of Relational Behavior” (with coauthors) in the Journal of Marketing Research in 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Are 'Lone Wolves' Really That Bad? An Analysis of Team Players, Lone Wolves, and the Lonely” at the AMA Summer Educators Conference in San Francisco, California in 2011. The presentation was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Presented the paper titled “The Role of Reciprocity in Clarifying the Performance Payoff of Relational Behavior” at the DC Marketing Colloquium in Fairfax, Virginia. 

    Published an article titled, “Firm-Specific Assets, Multinationality, and Financial Performance: A Meta-Analytic Review and Theoretical Integration” (with coauthors) in the Academy of Management Journal.

    Presented the paper titled “Understanding the Complexity of Reciprocity: Social and Economic Consequences of Differing Reciprocity Forms in U.S. and Japanese Channel Relationships” at the Academy of International Business Conference in Nagoya, Japan. The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

  21. Horstmeyer, Derek - Finance

    Presented the paper titled, “When Do Governance Mechanisms Matter Most” at the FRA in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2012 (with coauthor).

    Presented the paper titled, “Beyond Independence” at the Western Economic Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California in 2012.

  22. Hsieh, Jim - Finance

    Presented the paper titled, “Why Investors Want to Know the Size of Your Shorts” at the European Finance Association annual meeting in Cambridge, England in 2013 (with coauthors Stephen Christophe and Mike Ferri).

      Presented the paper titled, “Why Investors Want to Know the Size of Your Shorts” at the Financial Management Association European Conference in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg in 2013 (with coauthors Stephen Christophe and Mike Ferri).

    Awarded the Outstanding Paper Award from NTU International Finance Conference in 2012 for the paper titled “Short Selling and Corporate Bond Returns”  (coauthored with Michael G. Ferri, Stephen Christophe and Hsien Dolly King).

    Presented the paper titled “Short Selling and Corporate Bond Returns” at the NTU International Conference on Finance in Taipei, Taiwan in 2012 and at the Financial Management Association Asian Conference in Shanghai, China in  2013 (with coauthors Michael Ferri, Dolly King, and Stephen Christophe).

    Presented the paper titled “Block Share Acquisitions and Bondholder Wealth Effects” (with coauthors) at the Financial Management Association Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado.

    Presented the paper titled “A Theory of Merger-Driven IPOs” at the American Finance Association in Denver, Colorado.

    Presented the paper titled “Shareholder Voting Rights and Mutual Fund Trading in Takeovers” at the Financial Management Association Annual Meetings in Reno, Nevada. 

    Published an article titled, “Informed Trading Before Analyst Downgrades: Evidence from Short Sellers” (with Stephen Christophe and Michael Ferri) in the Journal Of Financial Economics.

  23. Joiner, Christopher - Marketing

    Awarded the Mason University School of Management Outstanding Service Award in 2012.

    Awarded the George Mason University School of Management Service Award.

    Published the chapter titled “Leveraging A Brand Through Brand Extension: A Review Of Two Decades Of Research” (with coauthors) in Brands and Brand Management: Contemporary Research Perspectives by the publisher Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

  24. Jones, Keith - Accounting

    Received a teaching award from Beta Alpha Psi in 2013.

    Published an article titled, “Comments by the Auditing Standards Committee of the Auditing Section of the American Accounting Association on the IAASB Proposal: Improving the Auditor's Report” in Current Issues in Auditing in 2013 (with coauthor Mikhail Pevzner).

    Presented the paper titled “Nonfinancial Measures and Fraud Detection” at the National Credit Union Administration in Alexandria, Virginia in 2012.

    Had the presentation titled “Comments by the Auditing Standards Committee of the Auditing Section of the American Accounting Association on the IAASB Proposal Improving Auditor Report” published in the proceedings from the Current Issues in Auditing (with Ling Lisic, Mikhail Pevzner, Long Chen).

    Presented the paper titled “The Impact of Office-Level vs. Firm-Level Auditors' Industry Expertise on Conservatism?” at the University of Kansas Accounting Workshop in Lawrence, Kansas and at the Brigham Young University Accounting Workshop in Provo, Utah.

    Presented the paper titled “Nonfinancial Measures and Fraud Detection” at the Office of Chief Accountant at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) the Conference on Fraud and the Financial Crisis, and at the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Training in Washington, DC.

    Presented the paper at the Institute for Fraud Prevention in New York, NY and at the Grant Thornton Training in Alexandria, VA.

    Presented the paper titled “Improving Fraud Detection: Evaluating Auditors' Reactions to Abnormal Inconsistencies between Financial and Nonfinancial Measures” at the AAA Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California. The presentation was also printed in the conference proceedings. 

    Published an article titled, “The Game of Fraudulent Financial Reporting: Accounting for Ethics” in Advances in Public Interest Accounting.

    Had the presentation titled “Improving Fraud Detection: Do Auditors React Appropriately to Abnormal Inconsistencies between Financial and Nonfinancial Measures” published in the proceedings from the 2010 American Accounting Association Auditing Section Mid-Year Conference.

    Presented “Improving Fraud Detection: Do Auditors React Appropriately to Abnormal Inconsistencies between Financial and Nonfinancial Measures” at the Brigham Young University Accounting Research Symposium, the International Symposium on Audit Research, the Conference on Financial Reporting, Auditing and Governance at Lehigh University, the International Symposium on Audit Research in Singapore and the 2010 PCAOB Academic Conference.

    Was awarded the Best Research Paper Award from the Conference on Financial Reporting, Auditing and Governance at Lehigh University.

    Presented the paper titled “The Impact of Office-Level vs. Firm-Level Auditors' Industry Expertise on Conservatism?'” at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan.

    Presented the paper titled “Using Nonfinancial Measures to Assess Fraud Risk” at the 2010 PCAOB Academic Conference in Washington, D.C.

  25. Joshi, Maheshkumar - Management

    Presented the paper titled, “Adoption of New Innovations: A Focus on Demand Heterogeneity” at the Strategic Management Society in Atlanta, Georgia in 2013 (with Matthew Theeke).

    Had the presentation titled “Technology Orientation and Product Innovativeness in Technology Services Firms” published in the proceedings from the American Marketing Association (AMA) Marketing Educators' Conference in 2012. The paper also won “Best Paper Award” at the conference (with coauthors Sid Das and Nacef Mouri).

    Had the presentation titled “Proactiveness and Innovativeness in Service Firms: Too Much of a Good Thing?” published in the proceedings from the AMA Summer Marketing Educators' Conference in 2013 (with coauthors Sid Das and Nacef Mouri).

    Received an award from the Association of Mergers and Acquisition Alliance (AM&AA) in 2013 for the Topic: Managing Innovativeness to Create Value for Merger Targets.

    Presented the paper titled, “Antecedents of Service Innovations - An Entrepreneurial Perspective” at the POMS Annual Conference in Denver, Colorado in 2013 (with coauthors Nacef Mouri and Sid Das).

    Presented the paper titled, “TO and Innovativeness in TSFs: Perspectives from Operations, Marketing and Strategic Management” at the Academy of Management Conference in Boston, Massachusetts in 2012 (with coauthors Nacef Mouri and Sid Das).

    Published an article titled, “Does Technology Orientation Matter In Service Oriented Organizations?” in the AMA Educators' Conference Proceedings in 2012 (with Nacef Mouri and Sid Das).
     
    Had the presentation titled “TO and Innovativeness: Perspectives from Operations, Marketing and Strategic Management” published in the proceedings from the Academy of Management Conference in 2012 (with Nacef Mouri and Sid Das).

    Had the presentation titled “Implementation of Strategic Change: Middle Managers and Choice of an Authoritative Style” (with coauthors) published in the proceedings from the Eastern Academy of Management in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “Strategic Management Theories and Public Sector Organizations: Re-examining Public Institutions” (with coauthors) at the Strategic Management Society in Miami, Florida in November 2011.

    Published an article (with Sidhartha Das) titled, “Process Innovativeness and Firm Performance in Technology Services Firms: The Effect of External and Internal Contingencies” in IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management.

    Had the presentation titled “Strategic Management Theories and Public Sector Organizations: Re-examining Public Institutions” published in the proceedings from the Strategic Management Society in 2011

    Presented the paper titled “TSFs: Technology Orientation, Autonomy, Risk-Taking Propensity and Innovativeness” (with Sid Das and Nacef Mouri) at the Academy of Management Meeting in San Antonio, Texas in  2011. The paper was also printed in the conference proceedings.

    Had the presentation titled “Process Renewal and The Internet: Linkages to Corporate Entrepreneurship and Organizational Renewal” published in the proceedings from the Decision Sciences Institute Conference.

    Presented the paper titled “Exploring the Technology Orientation Construct in the Innovativeness Literature” at the Mason Entrepreneurship Research Conference in Fairfax, Virginia.

    Presented the paper titled “Small Business Succession Plan: Who is Prepared?” at the International Conference on Entrepreneurship, Family Business and Innovation in Ankara, Turkey.

    Awarded the George Mason University School of Management Excellence in Service Award for the academic year 2010-2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Examining Strategic Fit in Public Sector Organizations: A Case Study Approach” at the Academy of Management Annual Conference in Montreal, Canada. The paper was published in the conference proceedings.

  26. Kitching, Karen - Accounting

    Received a service award from George Mason School of Management to recognize outstanding service to the School of Management, to the profession, and to the discipline in 2013.

    Presented the paper titled, “The Importance of Individual Auditor Characteristics for Audit Quality: Evidence from Nonprofits in the U.S.” at the 2013 Government/Nonprofit Section of the American Accounting Association Midyear Meeting in Saint Petersburg, Florida in 2013.

    Had the presentation titled “The Spend Save Decision: An Analysis of How Charities Respond to Revenue Changes” published in the proceedings from Accounting Horizons in March 2012 (with coauthors Christopher Jones, Andrea Roberts, Pamela Smith).

    Published an article titled “Nonprofit Resource Allocation Decisions: A Study of Marginal versus Average Spending” in the Journal of Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting.

    Presented the paper titled “The Importance of Individual Auditor Characteristics for Audit Quality: Evidence from Nonprofits in the U.S.” at the 2013 Government/Nonprofit Section of the American Accounting Association Midyear Meeting in St. Petersburg, Florida. 

    Published an article titled, “The Spend Save Decision: An Analysis of How Charities Respond to Revenue Changes” in Accounting Horizons.

    Awarded the “Best Paper Award” for the paper titled “Do Charities Experience Sticky Costs” (coauthored with Chris Jones), at the AAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting. The paper was also presented at the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “Do Charities Experience Sticky Costs” (with coauthors) at the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in National Harbor, Maryland in August 2012.

    Awarded Best Manuscript for the Management Accounting Section at the AAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

    Presented the paper titled “Do Charities Experience Sticky Costs” at the AAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

    Presented the paper titled “An Analysis of How Charities Use Revenues” at the 2010 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California in August.

  27. Klimoski, Richard - Management

    Published the chapter titled “Leadership: Context Matters” in the Oxford Handbook of Leadership in 2013 by the publisher Oxford University Press. 

    Presented the paper titled, “Mind the Gap: What HR Delivers vs. What Customers Want; The Academic Perspective.” at the Annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology in Houston, Texas in 2013.
     
    Presented the paper titled, “Profiting from Empowerment at the Top: The Role Of CEO-TMT Members Dissimilarity” at the Academy of Management Annual Conference in Boston, Massachusetts in 2013 (with Yan Ling).

    Presented the paper titled, “Using Large-Scale Archival Data Sets for Human Resource Management Research” (with coauthor) at that same conference.

    Presented the paper titled, “B-schools and Partnership in Communities” at the AACSB in Washington, D.C. in 2013 (with coauthors Hun Lee and Andre Sobzcak).

    Presented the paper titled, “Attention Based View of Stakeholder Theory” at the Strategic Management Society 23rd Annual International Conference in Prague, Czech Republic in 2013 (with coauthor Jon Realin). 

    Presented the paper titled, “Employees' Management of Emotional Expression within Work Organizations.” at the Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology in Houston, United States of America in 2013. 

    Published the chapter titled “Assessment in Industrial and Organizational Psychology” in Handbook of Psychology in 2013 by the publisher Wiley (with coauthors Torrey Wilkinson).

    Presented the paper titled “Profiting from Empowerment at the Top: The Role Of CEO-TMT Members Dissimilarity” at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Boston, MA in 2012 (with coauthors Yan Ling and Liqun Wei).

    Presented the paper titled “Validating Team Level Constructs” (with Matt Cronin) and “Leadership: Context Matters in More Ways Than You Know” at the Academy of Management Annual Conference in San Antonio, TX in 2011.

    Presented the papers titled “Understanding and Leveraging Context in Leadership Development” and “Toward an Understanding of Applicant Withdrawal from Recruitment” (with coauthors) at the SIOP Annual Conference in San Diego, CA in 2012.

    Presented (with Yan Ling) the paper titled “Empowering Leadership and Organizational Performance: The Moderating Role of Dissimilarity between the CEO and Other TMT Members” at the Conference of the International Association for Chinese Management Research in Hong Kong, China- Hong Kong in 2012.

    Presented the paper (with Matthew Cronin) titled “Guiding Change in the Field of Management Science” at the Academy of Management in San Antonio, Texas in 2011. 
     
    Presented the paper titled “Transforming Students into Leaders” at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky.

    Presented the paper titled “Enhancing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Through Publication” at the Academy of Management Annual Conference in Montreal, Canada. 

    Presented the paper titled “Evidence Based Practice - Evidence on the Nature of Organizational Leadership” at the American Psychological Association in San Diego, California.

    Presented the paper titled “Manager: Know Thyself” at the Annual Conference for the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology in Chicago, Illinois.

    Published the chapter titled “Team Performance Assessment” in the Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations in 2010 by the publisher Sage.

    Published an article (with Matthew Cronin) titled, “Broadening the View of What Constitutes 'Evidence'” in the Industrial and Organizational Psychology in 2010-2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Writing, Publishing and Living Happily Everafter” at the Association for Psychological Science in Boston, Massachusetts.

  28. Kravitz, David - Management

    Was one of four recipients who received the “Reviewer of Year Award” (from well over 300 candidates) by The Journal of Business and Psychology.

    Awarded “The Janet Chusmir Service Award” from the Gender and Diversity in Organization Division of the Academy of Management, for his outstanding contribution to the Division and for serving as a mentor and role model for others in the field.

    Had the presentation titled “A Multilevel Study of the Relationships between Diversity Training, Ethnic Discrimination and Satisfaction in Organizations” published in the proceedings from the Journal of Organizational Behavior.

    Awarded the “Excellence in Reviewing Award” for the Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division from the Academy of Management in 2012.

    Published an article titled, “A Multilevel Study of the Relationships Between Diversity Training, Ethnic Discrimination and Satisfaction in Organizations” in the Journal of Organizational Behavior in 2012.

    Published an article titled, “Post-9/11 GI Bill Helps Support Higher Education Opportunities of Minorities in Armed Services” (with coauthors) in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.

    Published an article titled, “The Research-Practice Gap: Diversity Predicts Performance” (with coauthors) in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education in September 2011.

    Published an article titled, “Bridging the Research-Practice Gap: Leadership Affects Tie Between Diversity, Voluntary Turnover” (with coauthors) in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.

    Published an article titled, “Bridging the Research-Practice Gap: Diversity Climate Predicts Performance” (with coauthor) in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education in July 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Why Are Affirmative Action Targets Stigmatized by Others and the Self? A Theoretical Extension and Meta-Analytic Test” at the International Association for Conflict Management Annual Conference in Istanbul, Turkey in 2011.

    Published an article titled, “Bridging the research-practice gap” (with coauthors) in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education in May 2010-2011.

    Presented the paper titled “(De)constructing the Business Case(s) for Diversity in the Academe” at the President & Provost's Diversity Dialogue Series, State University of New York at Albany in Albany, New York in April.

    Presented the paper titled “Why Are Affirmative Action Targets Stigmatized by Others and the Self? A Theoretical Extension and Meta-Analytic Test” at the International Association for Conflict Management Annual Conference in Istanbul, Turkey.

    Published the chapter titled “Emerging Evidence on Diversity Training Programs” (with coauthors) in the Handbook on Understanding and Preventing Workplace Discrimination (Vol. 2): Best Practices for Preventing and Dealing with Workplace Discrimination in 2011 by the publisher Praeger.

    Presented the paper titled “Preparing Students for Workplace Diversity: Some Research Implications” at Building Better Students: Preparation for Life After High School in Washington, D.C.

  29. Kulick, Jeffrey - Marketing

    Had the paper titled “A New Way of Learning: The Impact of Hybrid Distance Education on Student Performance” (with coauthors Kevin McCrohan, Frank Philpot, and James Harvey) published in the conference proceedings for the Horizon Report E-Live Webinar New Media Consortium and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative in 2014.

    Had the presentation titled “The Effects of Peer Collaboration on Student Evaluations of Distance Education in Marketing” published in the proceedings from the Society for Marketing Advances (with Jim Harvey, Kevin McCrohan, and Frank Allen Philpot).

    Presented the paper titled “Effects of Peer Helping on Evaluations of Distance Learning” at the George Mason University Distance Education Council in Fairfax, Virginia in 2012 (with Jim Harvey, Kevin McCrohan, and Frank Allen Philpot).

    Presented the paper (with Jim Harvey, Kevin McCrohan, and Frank Allen Philpot) titled, “The Impact of Hybrid Distance Learning on Student Performance”, at the 7th International American Institute of Higher Education Conference in Williamsburg, VA. The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

  30. Langfred, Claus - Management

    Presented the paper titled “Freedom is Encapsulation: The Iron Cage of Job Autonomy” (with Kevin Rockmann) at the Academy of Management in Boston, Massachusetts in 2012.

    Was awarded the MS in Technology Management Professor of the Year teaching award from George Mason University School of Management.

    Presented the papers titled “The Jerk, the Slacker and the Bonehead: A Model of Team Management of Emotion, Process and Structure as Responses to Problematic Members” and “The Trust Paradox: The Self-Destructive Relationship between Trust and Autonomy in Self-Managing Teams” at the Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado. 

  31. Larson, Richard - Accounting

    Presented the paper titled “Shooting Ourselves in Both Feet” at the George Mason University Tax and Accounting Conference. The paper was also published in the conference proceedings. 

    Had the presentation titled “Using Risk Assessment Techniques in Selecting Large Corporate Taxpayers for IRS Examination” published in the proceedings from the Internal Revenue Service Advisory Council.

    Had the presentations titled “Distance Learning” and “Managing Knowledge in the Issue Practice Groups and International Practice Networks” published in the proceedings from the Internal Revenue Service Advisory Council in 2012. 

    Was the first to receive the MSA Outstanding Faculty Award from George Mason School of Management.

    Had the presentation titled “Remote Work” published in the proceedings from the Internal Revenue Service Advisory Council in 2012. 

    Had the presentation titled “Use of Academic Research in Developing Tax Policy” published in the proceedings from the Internal Revenue Service Advisory Council in 2012.

    Published an article titled, “Communicating with the Board of Directors on Taxes” in Tax Executive in Summer 2011.

    Selected Oustanding Accounting Professor for 2011 at George Mason University from Beta Alpha Psi.

  32. Lee, Chi-Hyon - Management

    Presented the paper titled “Compete or Forbear? The Effects of Competitive Advantage, Complementarities and Multimarket Contact” (with Hun Lee and Masoud Yasai) at the Academy of Management BPS Division in San Antonio, Texas in 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Compete or Forbear? The Effects of Competitive Advantage, Complementarities and Multimarket Contact” at the Mid-Atlantic Strategy Conference in College Park, Maryland.

    Presented the paper titled “Flying Greener with Smarter Operational Decisions: How Do It and Analytics Capabilities Reduce Carbon Emissions of Airlines?” at the Center for Information Systems Research (CISR), Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 

    Presented the paper titled “Compete or Forbear? The Effects of Competitive Advantage, Complementarities and Multimarket Contact” at the Mid-Atlantic Strategy Conference in College Park, Maryland.

    Presented the paper titled “Compete or Forbear? The Effects of Competitive Advantage, Complementarities and Multimarket Contact” and “Firm Performance in Complex Competitive Landscapes: Roles of Resource Composition and Configuration” at the Academy of Management BPS Division in San Antonio, Texas.

    Presented the paper titled “Flying Greener with Smarter Operational Decisions: How Do It and Analytics Capabilities Reduce Carbon Emissions of Airlines?” at the Center for Air Transportation Research (CATSR) at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.

    Presented the paper titled “Asymmetry in Competitive Tension, Strategic Groups and Firm Performance” at the Academy of Management BPS division in Montreal, Canada.

  33. Lee, Hun - Management

    Presented the paper titled, “Multimarket Competition and Patent Litigation” (with coauthor Matthew Theeke) at the Strategic Management Society in Atlanta, Georgia in 2013.

    Presented the paper titled “Multimarket Competition and Patent Litigation” (with coauthor) at the Strategic Management Society in Atlanta, Georgia.

    Presented the paper titled, “B-schools and Partnership in Communities” at the AACSB in Washington, D.C. in 2013 (with coauthors Richard Klimoski and Andre Sobzcak).

    Presented the paper titled “Compete or Forbear? The Effects of Competitive Advantage, Complementarities and Multimarket Contact” (with Chi-Hyon Lee and Masoud Yasai)at the Academy of Management BPS Division in San Antonio, Texas in 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Compete or Forbear? Disentangling the Effects of Competitive Advantage, Complementarities and Multimarket Contact” at the Mid Atlantic Strategy Colloquim in College Park, Maryland.

    Presented the paper titled “Asymmetry in Competitive Tension, Strategic Groups and Firm Performance” at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Montreal, Canada. 

    Selected as the Executive MBA Program Professor of the Year 2010 for the second year, from George Mason University School of Management EMBA Program.

  34. Li, Ning - Marketing

    Published an article titled, “Consumers' Alliance Encounter Satisfaction, Attributions, and Behavioral Intentions” (with coauthors) in the Journal of Consumer Marketing in 2013.

    Presented the paper titled, “Consumers' Alliance Encounter Satisfaction, Attributions, and Behavioral Intentions Toward Partners” at the AMA Winter Educator's Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada in February 2013 (with coauthor).

    Presented the paper titled, “A Three-Country Study of Unethical Sales Behaviors” at the Academy of International Business Conference in Washington, D.C. in July in 2012 (with coauthor William Murphy).

    Presented the paper titled, “Dancing with Wolves or with Elephants: Key Account Management Insights from a Chinese Supplier and its Western Customers” at the Competing in China: Local Firms, Multinationals, and Alliances - A Research Conference Sponsored by George Mason University School of Management in Fairfax, Virginia in April in 2013 (with coauthor William Murphy).

    Published an article titled “A Three-Country Study of Unethical Sales Behaviors” in the Journal of Business Ethics.

    Published an article titled, “A Cross-Cultural Study of Unethical Sales Behaviors” (with coauthors) in the AMA Educators' Conference Proceedings in Summer 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “A Three-Country Study of Unethical Sales Behaviors” (with coauthors) at the Academy of International Business Conference in Washington, DC in June 2012.

    Presented the paper "A Cross-Cultural Study of Unethical Sales Behaviors" at the 2011 American Marketing Association Summer Educators' Conference. The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Received a Summer Research Award from George Mason University School of Management.

    Presented the paper titled “Antecedents and Consequences of Sales Manager Effectiveness Perceived by Salespeople: Common and Culture-Specific Findings from a Study of Sales Forces in Six Countries” at the 2010 D.C. Marketing Colloquium in Fairfax, Virginia.

    Was awarded the Research Excellence Award from George Mason University School of Management.

  35. Ling, Yan - Management

    Presented the paper titled, “Profiting from Empowerment at the Top: The Role Of CEO-TMT Members Dissimilarity” at the Academy of Management Annual Conference in Boston, Massachusetts in 2013 (with Richard Klimoski). 

    Presented the paper titled, “CEO Characteristics and Corporate Entrepreneurship: Evidence from China” at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Boston, MA in 2012 (with coauthors Liqun Wei).

    Ling also published an article titled, “The Impact of Family Structure on Issue Selling by Successor Generation Members in Family Firms” in the Journal of Family Business Strategy in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “Profiting from Empowerment at the Top: The Role Of CEO-TMT Members Dissimilarity” at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Boston, MA in 2012 (with coauthors Richard Klimoski and Liqun Wei).

    Presented the paper titled “CEO Characteristics and Corporate Entrepreneurship: Evidence from China” at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts in 2012 (with coauthor).

    Presented (with Richard Klimoski) the paper titled “Empowering Leadership and Organizational Performance: The Moderating Role of Dissimilarity between the CEO and Other TMT Members” at the Conference of the International Association for Chinese Management Research in Hong Kong, China- Hong Kong in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “Influence of CEO Demography on Entrepreneurial Orientation: The Moderating Role of Competitive Intensity” at the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Beijing, China. 

    Was awarded the 2011 JOM Scholarly Impact Award from the Journal of Management for the article titled, “Ambidexterity and Performance in Small- to Medium-Sized Firms: The Pivotal Role of Top Management Team Behavioral Integration.”

    Named finalist for the 2010 Mason Emerging Researcher/Scholar/Creator Award from George Mason University.

    Presented the paper titled “CEOs In Value Creation: Current Research and Future Direction” at Nankai University in Tianjin, China-PRC.

    Presented the paper titled “CEOs In Value Creation: Current Research and Future Direction” at Hong Kong Baptist University in Hong Kong in June 2010.

    Presented the paper titled “Toward A Model of Issue Selling by Successor Generation in Family Firms” at the Family Enterprises Research Conference in Cancun, Mexico.

  36. Lisic, Ling - Accounting

    Presented the paper titled, “Executive Overconfidence and Compensation Structure” at the American Accounting Association Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania in 2014 (with coauthors).

    Presented the paper titled, “Overconfidence and Incentive Compensation” at the George Mason University Accounting Workshop in Fairfax, Virginia in 2014 (with coauthors).

    Published an article titled, “Stock Market Reaction to Green Vehicle Innovation” (with coauthors) in Production & Operations Management in 2013.

    Received a research award from George Mason University School of Management. 

    Presented the paper titled The Informativeness of Audit Partner Reputation: Evidence from Client Restatements in Taiwan (with coauthors) at the 2013 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in Anaheim, California. The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Presented the paper titled, “Accounting Fraud, Auditing and the Role of Government Sanctions in China” at the GMU/JBR Competing in China: Local Firms, Multinationals, and Alliances Conference in Fairfax, Virginia in 2013 (with coauthors).

    Had the presentation titled “The Informativeness of Audit Partner Reputation: Evidence from Client Restatements in Taiwan” published in the proceedings from the 2013 Audit Midyear Meeting in 2013 (with coauthors Mikhail Pevzner, Wuchun Chi, and Linda Myers).

    Published an article titled, “Do Regulations Limiting Management Influence over Auditors Improve Audit Quality? Evidence from China” in the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy in 2013.

    Presented the paper titled “The Informativeness of Audit Partner Reputation: Evidence from Taiwan” at the 2013 American Accounting Association Auditing Section Mid-Year Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana in 2013 (with Mikhail Pevzner).  

    Presented the paper titled “Corporate Social Responsibility and Insider Trading: The Role of Reputational Costs” (with coauthors) at the 2013 Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS) Midyear Meeting in San Diego, California in  2013 and at the HBS/JAE Corporate Accountability Reporting Conference in Boston, Massachusetts. 

    Had the presentation titled “Determinants of Audit Staff Turnover: Evidence from Taiwan” (with coauthors) published in the proceedings from the International Journal of Auditing. 

    Presented the paper titled “The Informativeness of Audit Partner Reputation: Evidence from Client Restatements in Taiwan” at the 2013 Audit Midyear Meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana in 2013 (with coauthors Mikhail Pevzner, Wuchun Chi, Linda Myers). 

    Published an article titled, “Determinants of Audit Staff Turnover: Evidence from Taiwan” in the International Journal of Auditing in 2013.

    Presented the paper titled “CEO Power, Internal Control Quality, and Audit Committee Effectiveness in Substance vs. in Form” at the 2012 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in Washington, DC in 2012 (with coauthors Terry Neal, Yan Zhang).

    Had the presentation titled “The Informativeness of Audit Partner Reputation: Evidence from Taiwan” published in the proceedings from the 2013 American Accounting Association Auditing Section Mid-Year Conferencev (with coauthor Mikhail Pevzner). 

    Had the presentation titled “Comments by the Auditing Standards Committee of the Auditing Section of the American Accounting Association on the IAASB Proposal Improving Auditor Report” published in the proceedings from the Current Issues in Auditing (with Mikhail Pevzner, Long Chen, Keith Jones).

    Had the presentation titled “CEO Power, Internal Control Quality, and Audit Committee Effectiveness in Substance vs. in Form” published in the proceedings from the 2012 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in 2012 (with coauthors Terry Neal, Yan Zhang).

    Published (with Ed Douthett) an article titled, “Client Importance and Audit Partner Independence” (with coauthors) in the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “The Continuing Impact of CEO Power on Audit Committee Effectiveness in the Post-SOX Era” at the 2012 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in Washington, DC and at the 2012 American Accounting Association Auditing Section Mid-Year Conference in Savannah, Georgia.

    Presented the paper titled “The Continuing Impact of CEO Power on Audit Committee Effectiveness in the Post-SOX Era” (with coauthors) at the 2012 American Accounting Association Auditing Section Mid-Year Conference in Savannah, Georgia. The presentation was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Presented the paper titled “The Continuing Impact of CEO Power on Audit Committee Effectiveness in the Post-SOX Era” at the 22nd Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting in Bloomington, Indiana in 2011.

    Published an article (with Mikhail Pevzner) titled, “Is Enhanced Audit Quality Associated with Greater Real Earnings Management?” (with coauthors) in Accounting Horizons in June 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Shareholder Expropriation and the Provision of Assurance Services in the Market for New Issues” at the 2011 Mason Entrepreneurship Research Conference in Fairfax, Virginia.

    Presented the paper titled “Debt Covenant Slack and Real Earnings Management” at the 2010 Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance/KPMG Foundation Conference in New York, New York and at the 2011 UTS Australian Summer Accounting Symposium in Sydney, Australia. 

    Published an article (with Mikhail Pevzner)titled, “Is Enhanced Audit Quality Associated with Greater Real Earnings Management?” (with coauthors) in Accounting Horizons in June 2011.

    Awarded the George Mason University School of Management Summer Research Award.

    Presented the paper titled “Audit Committee Financial Expertise and Restatements: The Moderating Effect of CEO Power” at the 2011 International Symposium on Audit Research in Québec City, Canada and at the George Mason University and George Washington University Joint Accounting Workshop in Fairfax, Virginia.

    Presented the paper titled “Debt Covenant Slack and Real Earnings Management” at the 2011 UTS Australian Summer Accounting Symposium in Sydney, Australia, at the 2011 American Accounting Association Financial Accounting and Reporting Section Mid-Year Meeting in Tampa, Florida and at the Journal of Accounting Auditing and Finance Conference in New York, New York.

    Presented the paper titled “Audit Committee Characteristics and Auditor Dismissals following Internal Control Material Weakness Reports” at the 34th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association in Rome, Italy.

    Presented the paper titled “CEO Power and Audit Committee Financial Expertise” at the 2011 American Accounting Association Auditing Section Mid-Year Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

  37. Magro, Anne - Accounting

    Received the George Mason School of Management Service Award. 

    Nominated for the SCHEV Outstanding Faculty Award at George Mason University.

    Received a research award from George Mason University School of Management in 2013.

    Presented (with Rick Warne) the paper titled “Investor Propensity to Litigate under Precise and Imprecise Accounting Standards” at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts.

    Presented the paper titled “Tax Decision Making” at the Doctoral Consortium for the American Taxation Association and American Accounting Association in New Orleans, Louisiana.

    Presented the paper titled “Behavioral Perspectives” at the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California in August 2011. 

    Presented the paper titled “Adaptive Reasoning and Tax-Research Performance” at the Behavioral Tax Symposium in Fairfax, Virginia.

    Published an article (with Sarah Nutter) titled, “Evaluating the Strength of Evidence: How Experience Affects the Use of Analogical Reasoning and Configural Information Processing in Tax” in the The Accounting Review.

    Presented the paper titled “The Effect of Accounting Regime on Investors' Propensity to Litigate” at the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California and at the Brigham Young University Accounting Research Symposium in Provo, Utah.

    Presented the paper titled “Evaluating the Strength of Tax Authorities: How Experience Affects the Assessment and Combination of Source and Relevance” at the Virginia Tech University in Blacksburg, Virginia.

  38. McCrohan, Kevin - Marketing

    Had the paper titled “A New Way of Learning: The Impact of Hybrid Distance Education on Student Performance” (with coauthors James Harvey, Frank Philpot, and Jeffrey Kulick) published in the conference proceedings for the Horizon Report E-Live Webinar New Media Consortium and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative in 2014.

    Had the presentation titled “The Effects of Peer Collaboration on Student Evaluations of Distance Education in Marketing” published in the proceedings from the Society for Marketing Advances in 2012 (with coauthors James Harvey, Jeffrey Kulick, and Frank Philpot).

    Presented the paper titled, “Extracting Nuances of Cross-cultural Concerns for Marketing: A Study Using Muslim/Western Reviews Concerning Two Films” at the American Marketing Association Educators' Conference in Florida in February 2012 (with Laurie Meamber and Fiona Sussan). The paper was also published by the American Marketing Association. 

    Awarded the Distance Ed Grant from the Office of Distance Education at George Mason University in 2011 to pilot distance education in MKTG 301.

    Presented the paper titled “Effects of Peer Helping on Evaluations of Distance Learning” at the George Mason University Distance Education Council in Fairfax, Virginia in 2012 (with James Harvey,Frank Philpot, and Jeffrey Kulick.

    Presented the paper titled “The Impact of Hybrid Distance Learning on Student Performance” at the American Institute of Higher Education 7th International Conference in Williamsburg, VA (with James Harvey,Frank Philpot, and Jeffrey Kulick).  The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Presented the paper (with James Harvey, Frank Allen Philpot, and Jeffrey Kulick) titled, “The Impact of Hybrid Distance Learning on Student Performance”, at the 7th International American Institute of Higher Education Conference in Williamsburg, VA. The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Had the presentation titled “Security in Internet Commerce: Emerging Threats to Customer Trust” (with James Harvey) published in the proceedings from the American Institute of Higher Education: 6th International Conference in 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Security in Internet Commerce: Emerging Threats to Customer Trust” at the American Institute of Higher Education: 6th International Conference in Charleston, South Carolina in March 2011. 

    Presented the paper titled “Security in Internet Commerce: Emerging Threats to Customer Trust” at the American Institute of Higher Education: 6th International Conference in Charleston, South Carolina.

    Presented the papers “Curriculum and Resources for Cyber Security” and “Customer Satisfaction in E-Commerce: Issues and Solutions” at the South Asian Institute of Management in Kathmandu, Nepal.

    Presented the paper titled “Student Perceptions of Faculty Quality” (with James Harvey and Frank Philpot) at the 4th International Conference of the American Institute of Higher Education in Williamsburg, Virginia. The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Presented the paper titled “Risk Management and Information Sharing” at the GMU/SARMA/PwC Risk Management and Information Sharing Conference, George Mason University, School of Law, Center for Infrastructure Protection in Arlington, Virginia.

    Had the presentation titled “Student Perceptions of Faculty Quality” published in the proceedings from the 2010 American Institute of Higher Education.

    Published an article titled, “Influence of Awareness and Training on Cyber Security” (with coauthors) in the Journal of Internet Commerce.

  39. Meamber, Laurie - Marketing

    Presented the paper titled, “Student Centered Learning Using Feature Films” at the George Mason University - Innovations in Teaching and Learning Conference in Fairfax, Virginia in 2013.

    Had the presentation titled “When a Dwelling Becomes Art: Recasting Living Spaces” published in the proceedings from the Anthropology of Markets & Consumption Conference in 2013.

    Presented the paper titled, “Extracting Nuances of Cross-cultural Concerns for Marketing: A Study Using Muslim/Western Reviews Concerning Two Films” at the American Marketing Association Educators' Conference in Florida in February 2012 (with Fiona Sussan and Kevin McCrohan). The paper was also published by the American Marketing Association.

    Published an article titled, “Introspecting the Spiritual Nature of a Brand Divorce” (with Fiona Sussan) in the Journal of Business Research in 2012.
     
    Awarded the Excellence in Service Award from George Mason University School of Management for outstanding service to the School, to the profession, and to the discipline in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “Student Centered Learning about Consumer Behavior Using Feature Films” (with Fiona Sussan) at the American Marketing Association Educators' Conference in San Francisco, California in August 2011.

    Had the presentation titled “Student Centered Learning about Consumer Behavior Using Feature Films” (with Fiona Sussan) published in the proceedings from the AMA Summer Marketing Educator's Conference in 2011.

    Published an article titled, “Consuming the Authentic Past: Aesthetics and the Social Construction of Authenticity in the Historically Themed Experience” (with coauthors) in Consumption, Markets & Culture in June 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Roundtable Session: Barbara Stern's Legacy to Consumer Research” at the Association for Consumer Research Conference in Jacksonville, FL.

    Awarded the George Mason University School of Management Faculty Service Award in the Area of Marketing for the Academic Year 2010-2011.

    Published the article titled, “Disney and the Presentation of Colonial America” in Consumption, Markets & Culture in June 2010-2011.

    Published an article titled, “Introspecting the Spiritual Nature of a Brand Divorce” (with Fiona Sussan) in the Journal Of Business Research.

    Had the presentation titled “Integrating Macromarketing Content in an Undergraduate Consumer Behavior Course Using Feature Films” published in the proceedings from the Macromarketing Conference this Summer (with Fiona Sussan).

  40. Mehta, Kumar - Information Systems and Operations Management

    Presented the paper titled, “Enabler or Inhibitor? Role of Information Technology in Performance-Based Management: An Agency Theory Perspective and Empirical Evidence” at the Public Management Research Conference in Madison, Wisconsin in 2013 (with Min-Seok Pang).

    Had the presentation titled “Enabler or Inhibitor? Role of Information Technology in Performance-Based Management: An Agency Theory Perspective” published in the proceedings from the Public Management Research Association Conference in 2013 (with coauthor Min-Seok Pang).

    Awarded the George Mason University School of Management Service Award.

    Received the Outstanding Contribution to Teaching Award 2010 and the School of Management Service Award 2010 from George Mason University School of Management.

  41. Menon, Nirup - Information Systems and Operations Management

    Presented the paper titled, “Influencing Senior Managers to Invest in IT Security” at the Massachussetts Institute of Technology, Center for Information Systems Research in Cambridge, MA in 2014.

    Had the presentation titled “Managing Technology Projects: An RBV Approach” (with coauthors Sidhartha Das and Jim Hutchison), published in the proceedings of the World Conference on Production and Operations Management in 2012. 
     
    Presented the paper titled “The Impact of Healthcare Information Technology on Malpractice Claims Risk and its Link to the Quality of Patient Care” at the University of Maryland DO&IT Seminar Series in College Park, Maryland in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “Performance Impacts of IT in Hospitals: A Configurational Approach” (with coauthors) at the Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts in 2011.

    Published an article titled, “Organizational Impacts During and After Implementation of Enterprise Systems” (with coauthors) in Information Technology and Management.

    Presented the paper titled “EHR Usage Configurations in Hospitals: Impacts on Length-of-Stay and Costs” (with coauthors) at the Workshop on Information Systems and Economics in Shanghai, China-PRC.

    Presented the paper titled “Health IT Use Configurations and Hospital Performance” (with coauthors) at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina.

    Published the chapter titled “Information Determinants of Customer Acquisition and eTailer Revenue” in Sustainable e-Business Management by the publisher Springer-Verlag.

    Published an article along with Sid Das titled, “The Effect of Information Technology Investments in Healthcare: A Longitudinal Study of its Lag, Duration, and Economic Value” (with coauthors) in IEEE Transactions On Engineering Management.

    Published an article titled, “Cyber Security Risk Management: Public Policy Implications of Correlated Risk, Imperfect Ability to Prove Loss, and Observability of Self-protection” (with coauthors) in Risk Analysis.

    Presented the paper titled “Informational Determinants of Customer Acquisition and eTailer Revenue” (with Amitava Dutta) at the AMCIS in Lima, Peru.

  42. Mishra, Anant - Information Systems and Operations Management

    Presented the paper titled, “Does Process Maturity Mitigate Risk? An Empirical Analysis of Federal Information Technology Projects” (with Sidhartha Das) at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 2013. 

    Presented the paper titled, “Incentives and Competition in Unblind Innovation Contests” (with coauthor) at the POMS Annual Conference in Denver, Colorado in 2013 (with Cheryl Druehl).
     
    Presented the paper titled, “The Architecture of Multi-Partner Alliances in R&D Projects: Scale, Ambidexterity and Integration” at the POMS Annual Conference in Denver, Colorado in 2013 and at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona in 2012 (with coauthors Aravind Chandrasekaran, Alan MacCormack).

    Presented the paper titled, “Implications of Heterogeneous Submission Behavior in Unblind Online Crowdsourcing Contests” at the Darden & Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship and Innovation Research Conference in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2013 (with coauthors Cheryl Druehl and Jesse Bockstedt).

    Presented the paper titled “Prize Amount and Entry Behavior in Innovation Contests” (with coauthors Cheryl Druehl and Jesse Bockstedt) at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona in 2012. 

    Presented the paper titled “The Architecture of Multi-partner Alliances in R&D Projects: Scale, Ambidexterity and Integration” at that same meeting (with coauthors Aravind Chandrasekaran, Alan MacCormack).

    Published the article titled, “Structure, Context, and Psychological Safety: An Empirical Analysis of R&D Projects in High Technology Organizations,” in Production & Operations Management in 2012. 

    Had the presentation titled “Structure, Context, and Psychological Safety: An Empirical Analysis of R&D Projects in High Technology Organizations” published in the proceedings from Production & Operations Management in December 2012 (with coauthor Aravind Chandrasekaran).

    Had the presentation titled “Structure, Context, and Psychological Safety: An Empirical Analysis of R&D Projects in High Technology Organizations” published in the proceedings from Production & Operations Management.

    Presented the paper titled “Does Process Maturity Mitigate Risk? An Empirical Analysis of Federal IT Programs” (with coauthor Sidhartha Das and Jim Murray) at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina in 2011. 

    Awarded a Research Award from George Mason University School of Management in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “Do Participation Strategy and Experience Impact the Likelihood of Winning in Unblind Innovation Contests” (with coauthor Jesse Bockstedt and Cheryl Druehl) at the University of Utah Product-Service Innovation Conference in Snowbird, Utah in 2012 and at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina in 2011. 

    Presented the paper titled “Heterogenous Entry Behavior and its Implications for Winning in Unblind Innovation Contests” at the POMS Annual Conference in Chicago, Illinois in 2012 (with Jesse Bockstedt, and Cheryl Druehl).

    Presented the paper titled “The Architecture of Partnering Alliances in R&D Projects: The Role of Partnering Size, Focus and Integration on Quality” (with coauthors) at the same conference.  

    Presented (with Sidhartha Das) the paper titled “Risk Management in Complex Information Technology (IT) Programs: The Role of Process Maturity” at INFORMS in Charlotte, North Carolina in 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Participation Strategy & Likelihood of Winning in Unblinded Innovation Contests: An Empirical Study” (with Jesse Bockstedt and Cheryl Dreuhl) at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina in October 2011.

    Selected for the Editorial Review Board from Production and Operations Management Journal in 2011.

    Received an Honorable Mention for the Elwood Buffa Dissertation Competition from the Decision Sciences Institute.

    Presented the paper titled “Team Design, Work Design, and Psychological Safety: An Empirical Analysis of R&D Projects” at the Decision Sciences Institute in San Diego, California.

    Published an article titled, “The Development and Application of a Process Model for R&D Project Management in a High Technology Firm: A Field Study” (with coauthors) in the Journal Of Operations Management in July 2011.

    Received the 2010 INFORMS Technology Management Section Best Dissertation Award.

    Presented the paper titled “The Architecture of Partnering Alliances in R&D Projects: The Role of Partnering Size, Focus and Integration on Quality” at the POMS Annual Conference in Reno, Nevada.

    Presented the paper titled “Managing Client-Vendor Conflict in Distributed Project Organizations” at the POMS Annual Conference in Reno, Nevada and at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas.

    Presented the paper titled “Efficiency of Projects Within and Across Firm and Country Boundaries: A Comparative Evaluation Using Stochastic Frontier Analysis” at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas.

    Awarded the 2010 INFORMS Technology Management Section Best Dissertation Award.

  43. Nutter, Sarah - Accounting

    Published an article titled, “The Effect of Political Sensitivity and Political Power on Tax Avoidance: Evidence from Federal Contractors” in The Accounting Review in 2013.

    Presented the paper titled “Adaptive Reasoning and Tax Research Performance” at the Behavioral Tax Symposium in Fairfax, Virginia. 

    Published an article (with Anne Magro) titled, “Evaluating the Strength of Evidence: How Experience Affects the Use of Analogical Reasoning and Configural Information Processing in Tax” in the The Accounting Review.

    Awarded the Outstanding Faculty Award from the George Mason University School of Management Executive MBA Program in 2011.

  44. O'Neill, Olivia - Management

    Published an article titled, “What’s Love Got to Do with It? A Longitudinal Study of the Culture of Companionate Love and Employee and Client Outcomes in the Long Term Care Setting” (with co-author) in Administrative Science Quarterly.

    Presented the paper titled, “Goals Just Want to Have Fun: A Multi-Method Study of the Emotional Culture of Humor and Employee Performance” at the Wharton Emotional Connections in Retailing Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in May 2013.

    Was the keynote speaker at the Women at Work: Career Challenges and Professional Advancements, UCSD in San Diego, California in March in 2013.

    Presented the paper titled, “What's Love Got to Do With it? A Longitudinal Study of the Influence of a Culture of Companionate Love on Employee and Client Outcomes in the Long-Term Care Industry” at the Center for Caring and Altruism Research (CCARE) Compassion and Business Conference. Stanford University in Stanford, California in April in 2013.

    Presented the paper titled “Extinguishing emotions: Expressive Suppression of Emotions in Masculine Organizational Cultures” at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts in 2012 (with coauthor Nancy Rothbard).

    Published an article titled, “Organizational Achievement Values, High Involvement Work Practices, and Business Unit Performance” (with coauthors) in Human Resource Management in 2011. 

    Had the presentation titled “Demography, Emotional Expressivity, and Undermining in a Female-Dominated Organization” (with coauthor), published in the proceedings from the Academy of Management Annual Meeting in 2011.

    Awarded the “Best Published Paper of 2010” from the Journal of Organizational Behavior in 2011. 

    Published an article titled, “Reducing the Backlash Effect: Self-Monitoring and Women's Promotions” (with coauthors) in the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology in 2011. 

    Presented the paper titled “What's Love Got To Do With It? A Longitudinal Study of the Influence of a Culture of Companionate Love on Employee and Client Outcomes in the Long-Term Care Industry” (with coauthors) at the Wharton Leadership Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “Demography, Emotional Expressivity, and Undermining in a Female-Dominated Organization” (with coauthor) at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas in 2011.

    Published an article titled, “Organizational Achievement Values, High Involvement Work Practices, and Business Unit Performance” (with coauthors) in Human Resource Management in 2011.

  45. Pang, Min-Seok - Information Systems and Operations Management

    Presented the paper “How Channel Choice and Service Failure Influence Customer Satisfaction with Social Insurance Program” (with coauthors) at the Northeastern Conference on Public Administration in Newark, Delaware.

    Presented the paper titled, “Enabler or Inhibitor? Role of Information Technology in Performance-Based Management: An Agency Theory Perspective and Empirical Evidence” at the Public Management Research Conference in Madison, Wisconsin in 2013 (with Kumar Mehta).

    Published an article titled, “Analyzing Pricing Strategies for Online Services with Network Effects” in Information Systems Research in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled, “IT Resources, Organizational Capabilities, and Value Creation in the Public Sector Organizations - Public Value Management Perspective” at the Public Management Research Conference in Madison, Wisconsin in 2013 (with coauthor Gwanhoo Lee). 

    Presented the paper titled, “IT Resources, Organizational Capabilities, and Value Creation in the Public Sector Organizations - Public Value Management Perspective” at the LG CNS/KrAIS Post-ICIS Workshop in Orlando, Florida in 2012 (with coauthor Gwanhoo Lee).

    Had the presentation titled “Enabler or Inhibitor? Role of Information Technology in Performance-Based Management: An Agency Theory Perspective” published in the proceedings from the Public Management Research Association Conference in 2013 (with coauthor Kumar Mehta).

    Had the presentation titled “Analyzing Pricing Strategies for Online Services with Network Effects” published in the proceedings from the Information Systems Research in 2012.

    Published an article titled, “Analyzing Pricing Strategies for Online Services with Network Effects” in Information Systems Research in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “Do Information Technology Investments Lead to Bigger or Smaller Governments?” (with coauthors) at the Workshop on Information Systems and Economics in Shanghai, China.

    Awarded the Information Systems Executive Forum (ISEF) Fellowship and the Doctoral Studies Fellowship from the University of Michigan in 2011.

  46. Parker, Cindy - Management

    Awarded the Outstanding Teaching Award as judged by the students in the School of Management undergraduate programs from George Mason University School of Management in 2012.

    Awarded the George Mason University School of Management Undergraduate Faculty Teaching Award for the Class of 2011.

    Was awarded the George Mason University School of Management Undergraduate Faculty Teaching Award for the Class of 2010 for outstanding teaching as judged by the students in the School of Management undergraduate programs.

  47. Pawlewicz, Robert - Accounting

    Presented the paper titled, “The Impact of Auditor-Provided Tax Services on Tax Accrual Quality” at the 2014 American Accounting Association Auditing Section Midyear Meeting in San Antonio, Texas in February, 2014 (with coauthors).

    Presented the paper titled, “Do Auditor-Provided Tax Services Impair Independence or Generate Knowledge Spillover? Evidence from Assessing Tax Accrual Quality” at the Rutgers University Accounting Seminar in New Brunswick, New Jersey in November in 2013 and at the George Mason University Accounting Research Seminar in Fairfax, Virginia in October in 2013 (with coauthors).

    Received the “Best Dissertation Award Nomination” from the American Accounting Association - Financial Accounting and Reporting Section in 2012.

  48. Philipov, Alexander - Finance

    Published an article titled, “Anomalies and Financial Distress” in the Journal of Financial Economics in 2013. 

    Published an article titled, “The World Price of Credit Risk” in Review of Asset Pricing Studies in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “The World Price of Credit Risk” (with coauthors) at the 11th annual Darden International Finance Conference in Charlottesville, VA in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “The World Price of Credit Risk” at the The 2012 SFS Finance Cavalcade in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “Momentum in Corporate Bond Returns” at the Financial Intermediation Research Society (FIRS) Conference in Sydney, Australia, at the World Finance Conference in Rhodes, Greece, at the Financial Management Association's Annual Conference in New York, New York, at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors in Washington, DC, and at the State Street Global Advisors in Boston, Massachusetts.

    Presented the paper titled “Anomalies and Financial Distress” at the Financial Management Association Annual Meetings in New York, NY, at the Adam Smith Asset Pricing Conference at the University of Oxford, in Oxford, England, at the Jackson Hole Finance Conference in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and at the State Street Global Advisors in Boston, Massachusetts.

    Presented the paper titled “Anomalies and Financial Distress” at the Financial Management Association Annual Meetings in New York, New York.

    Presented the paper titled “Reviving The Conditional CAPM: Expected vs. Realized Returns and Stochastic Betas” at the George Mason University Finance Seminar in Fairfax, Virginia.

    Presented (with Christof Stahel, Marketing) the paper titled “Momentum in Corporate Bond Returns” at the Financial Management Association Annual Meetings in New York, New York and at the HEC Montreal in Montreal, Canada.

    Presented the paper titled “Asset-Pricing Anomalies and Financial Distress” at the FDIC Center for Financial Research in Washington, D.C. and at Quantitative Methods in Finance in Sydney, Australia.

    Awarded the best paper award for “Anomalies and Financial Distress” at the FMA Asia Annual Conference in Singapore. The paper was also presented at the Financial Management Association Asian Conference in Singapore, and the Eastern Finance Association Annual Meetings in Miami Beach, Florida.

    Awarded the Excellence in Research Award 2010 from George Mason University School of Management.

  49. Philpot, Frank - Marketing

    Had the paper titled “A New Way of Learning: The Impact of Hybrid Distance Education on Student Performance” (with coauthors James Harvey, Kevin McCrohan, and Jeffrey Kulick) published in the conference proceedings for the Horizon Report E-Live Webinar New Media Consortium and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative in 2014.

    Had the presentation titled “The Effects of Peer Collaboration on Student Evaluations of Distance Education in Marketing” published in the proceedings from the Society for Marketing Advances (with James Harvey, Kevin McCrohan, Jeffrey Kulick).

    Presented the paper titled “The Impact of Hybrid Distance Learning on Student Performance” at the American Institute of Higher Education 7th International Conference in Williamsburg, VA (with James Harvey,Kevin McCrohan, Jeffrey Kulick). The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Presented the paper titled “Effects of Peer Helping on Evaluations of Distance Learning” at the George Mason University Distance Education Council in Fairfax, Virginia in 2012 (with Kevin McCrohan, Jeffrey Kulick and James Harvey).

    Presented the paper (with James Harvey, Kevin McCrohan, and Jeffrey Kulick) titled, “The Impact of Hybrid Distance Learning on Student Performance”, at the 7th International American Institute of Higher Education Conference in Williamsburg, VA. The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Presented the paper titled “Student Perceptions of Faculty Quality” (with James Harvey and Kevin McCrohan) at the 4th International Conference of the American Institute of Higher Education in Williamsburg, Virginia. The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

  50. Pilloff, Steven - Finance

    Was nominated for the Teaching Excellence Award from George Mason University Center for Teaching Excellence in 2012.

    Received the “Gold Communicator Award” for The Finance Minute, which was produced with GMU-TV at the Communicator Awards in 2012. This is the highest award ever received by GMU-TV.  The video can be seen at http://vimeo.com/36428406.

    Published an article titled, “Corner Table Incorporated: Establishing a Frozen Food Division” in the Journal of Business Cases and Applications in 2012.

    Published an article titled, “Acquisition Targets and Motives in the Banking Industry” (with coauthors) in the Journal Of Money, Credit, And Banking.

    Published an article titled, “Market Structure after Horizontal Mergers: Evidence from the Banking Industry” (with coauthors) in the Review of Industrial Organization.

  51. Porter, Timothy - Information Systems and Operations Management

    Presented the paper titled “Cultural Diversity and Project Management” at the PMI in Baltimore, Maryland in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “Project Management Lessons Learned in Multicultural Projects” at the Project Management Institute Lunch Seminar in Washington, DC.

    Published an article titled, “Culture and KM in China” (with coauthors) in the Journal of Information and Knowledge Management.

    Presented the paper titled “Impact of Culture on Multinational Projects” at the Project Management Institute Lunch Seminar in Washington, DC.

  52. Robinson, Sia - Marketing

    Awarded the SEGUE Grant in 2011.

  53. Rockmann, Kevin - Management

    Presented the paper titled “Changing the Calculus of Cooperation? The Impact of 3rd-party Beneficiaries” (with coauthors)at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida.

    Presented the paper titled “Freedom is Encapsulation: The Iron Cage of Job Autonomy” (with Claus Langfred) at the Academy of Management in Boston, Massachusetts in 2012. 

    Presented the paper titled “The Memory of Inclusion as a Facilitator of Positive Reciprocity in Exchange Relationships” at that same event (with coauthor Gary Ballinger).

    Had the presentation titled “Rethinking Telecommuting and the Distributed Work Organization” (with coauthor) published in the proceedings from the Academy of Management in 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Chutes versus Ladders: A Punctuated Equilibrium Perspective on Social Exchange Relationships” at the I/O Psych Brownbag in Fairfax, Virginia.

    Published an article titled, “Expecting the Worst? The Dynamic Role of Competitive Expectations in Teams” (with coauthors) in Small Group Research

    Published an article titled, “Chutes versus Ladders: Anchoring Events and a Punctuated Equilibrium Perspective on Social Exchange Relationships” (with coauthors) in the Academy Of Management Review.

  54. Sanders, Anthony - Finance

    Published an article titled, “Local Traits and Securitized Commercial Mortgage Default” in the Journal of Real Estate Economics and Finance in 2013.

    Presented the paper titled, “Local Traits and Securitized Commercial Mortgage Default” at the University of Florida Seminar in Gainesville, Florida in 2013 (with coauthor).

    Presented the paper titled, “Credit Risk and Subordination Levels in Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities (CMBS)*” at the American Real Estate Urban Economic Association Meeting in San Diego, California in 2013 and at the Midwest Finance Association Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois (with coauthor Joseph Nichols).

    Wrote “Obama’s Mortgage Plan About Politics, Not Economics” for the Debate Club section of USNews.com on Feb. 6.

    Presented the paper titled “Regional Variation in Commercial Mortgage Defaults” at Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York. 

    Presented the paper titled “Default of Commercial Mortgage Loans during the Financial Crisis” at the American Real Estate Urban Economic Association Meeting in Denver, Colorado.

    Presented the paper titled “Adverse Selection in Servicing” at the University of Melbourne in Melbourne, Australia. 

    Had the presentation titled “Securitization After the Fall” published in the proceedings from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Symposium.

  55. Sanyal, Pallab - Information Systems and Operations Management

    Published an article titled, “User Acceptance of Complex Electronic Market Mechanisms: Role of Information Feedback” (with coauthors) in the Journal of Operations Management in 2013.

    Published an article titled, “Competitive Bidding for Health Insurance Contracts: Lessons from the Online HMO Auctions” in the International Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics in 2012.

    Published an article titled “Impact of Information Feedback in Combinatorial Auctions: An Experimental Study of Economic Performance” in MIS Quarterly.

    Published an article titled, “Effect of Information Feedback on the Dynamics of Multisourcing Multiattribute Procurement Auctions” (with coauthors) in the Journal of Management Information Systems in 2012.

    Published an article titled, “Effect of Information Feedback on Bidder Behavior in Continuous Combinatorial Auctions” (with coauthors) in the Management Science in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “Future of Health Insurance Procurement: Lessons from the Online HMO Auctions” at the Workshop on Health IT and Economics in Washington, District of Columbia in September.

  56. Theeke. Matthew - Management

    Presented the paper titled, “Adoption of New Innovations: A Focus on Demand Heterogeneity” at the Strategic Management Society in Atlanta, Georgia in 2013 (with Mahesh Joshi).

    Presented the paper titled, “Multimarket Competition and Patent Litigation” (with coauthor Hun Lee) at the Strategic Management Society in Atlanta, Georgia in 2013.

    Presented the paper titled, “Innovation and External Risk Assessments” at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida in 2013. The paper was also published in the Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.

    Presented the papers titled “The Consensus Discount: How Analysts' Recommendations Influence Medical Innovation Firms' Ability to Attract Investors” (with coauthor Francisco Polidoro) and “The Influence of a Firm's Approach to Innovation on its Ability to Attract Analyst Coverage” (with coauthors Francisco Polidoro and James Fredrickson) at the Academy of Management Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts in 2012.

    Had the presentation titled “The Influence of a Firm's' Approach to Innovation on its ability to Attract Analyst Coverage” published in theAcademy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.

    Published an article titled, “Getting Competition Down to a Science: The Effects of Technological Competition on Firms' Scientific Publications” in Organization Science in 2012.

  57. Visvanathan, Gnanakumar - Accounting

    Presented the paper titled, “Discussion of Audit Committe Financial Expertise and Properties of Analyst Earnings Forecasts” at the 2012 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., in 2012.

    Had the presentation titled “Does Financial Expertise in the C-Suite Aid or Mitigate Earnings Management?” published in the proceedings from the 2010 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting.

  58. Wang, George H. K. - Finance

    Had the article titled "Funding Liquidity and Equity Liquidity in the Subprime Crisis Period: Evidence from the ETF Markets" published in the Journal of Banking & Finance (with coauthor).

    Presented the paper titled “The Impacts of Individual Day Trading Strategies on Market Liquidity and Volatility: Evidence from the Taiwan Index Futures Market” (with coauthors) at the Department of Finance Seminar, University of Sydney in Sydney, Australia in January, 2014.

    Presented the paper titled, “Market Efficiency and Investor Sentiment: Evidence from the Pricing Dynamics between Futures and Spot Markets” at the Midwest Finance Association Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida in March 2014 (with coauthors).

    Published an article titled, “Intraday Liquidity Provision by Trader Types in a Limit Order Market: Evidence from Taiwan Index Futures” (with coauthors) in the Journal of Futures Markets in 2014. 

    Published an article titled, “Jumps and Trading Activity in Interest Rate Futures Markets: The Response to Macroeconomic Announcements” (with coauthors) in the Asia-Pacific Journal of Financial Studies in 2013.

    Presented the paper titled, “The Impacts of Individual Day Trading Strategies on Market Liquidity and Volatrility: Evidence from the Taiwan Index Futures Market” (with coauthors) at the Second International Confernce on Futures and Derivative Markets in Beijing, China-PRC. 

    Presented the paper titled, “Are Algorithmic Trades Informed? An Empirical Analysis of Algorithmic Trading Around Earning Announcements” (with coauthors) at the 2003 FMA in Chicago, Illinois.

    Presented the paper titled “Would a Financial Transaction Tax Affect Financial Market Activity?” at the The CATO Institute Event/Seminar in Washinton, DC.
     
    Presented the papers titled “Order Submission Strategies by Trader Types in a Limit Order Market: Evidence From Taiwan Index Futures Market” (with coauthors Junmao Chiu and Huimin Chung), “The Impact of Individual Day Traders on Liquidity and Volatility in Taiwan Index Futures Markets” (with coauthors Robin Chou and Yun-Yi Wang) and “Transaction Tax and Market Quality of U. S. Futures markets: An Ex-Ante Analysis” (with coauthors Johan Burjessl and Jot Yau) at the 2012 FMA Annual Meetings in Atlanta, Georgia in 2012.
     
    Published an article titled, “Would a Financial Transaction Tax Affect Financial Market Activity? Insights from Futures Markets” in Policy Analysis, CATO Institute in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “Inventory Announcements , Jump Dynamics and Volatility in U.S. Energy Futures Markets” (with coauthors Johan Bjursell, James Gentle) at the 2011 FMA Annual Meetings October in Denver, Colorado in 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Transaction Tax and Market Quality of U.S. Futures Markets: An Ex-Ante Analysis” (with coauthors) at the 22nd Asia Pacific Futures Research Symposium in Shanghai, China-PRC in 2012.

    Presented the papers titled “Intraday Liquidity Provision by Trader Typesin a Limit Order Market:Evidence from Taiwan Index Futures” (with coauthors) and “Jumps and Trading Activity in Interest Rate Futures Markets: The Response to Macroeconomic Announcements” (with coauthors) at the 2011 FMA Annual Meetings October in Denver, Colorado in 2011.

    Awarded the Mirae Asset Global Investments Best Paper Award for the paper “Jumps and Trading Activity in Interest Rate Futures Markets: The Response to Macroeconomic Announcements” (with coauthors) from the Korean Finance Association and Taiwan Finance Association Joint Conference in Finance in Sept 2011.

    Published an article titled, “The Impact of Large Trades by Trader Types on Intraday Futures Prices: Evidence from the Taiwan Futures Excahnge” (with coauthors) in the Pacific-Basin Finance Journal.

    Presented the paper titled “Futures Market Adjustment to Public Information: Evidence from the Global Financial Crisis'” at the 21st Asia-Pacific Futures Research in Singapore.

    Published the article “Weather, Inventory, and Common Jump Dynamics in Natural Gas Futures and Spot Markets” in Review of Futures Markets.

    Presented the papers titled “Order Imbalances and Price Changes in the US Index Futures Markets: An Emprical Investigation” and “The Impact of Trading Activity by Trader Types on Aysemmetric Volatility in Nasdaq-100 Index Futures” at the Financial Management Association Annual Meetings in New York, New York.

    Published an article titled, “Volatility and Trading Activity Following Changes in the Size of Futures Contracts” (with coauthors) in the Journal of Empirical Finance.

    Presented the papers titled “Order Imbalances and Price Changes in the U.S. Index Futures Markets: An Emprical Investigation” and “The Imapct of Trading Activity by Trader Types on Aysemmetric Volatility in Nasdaq-100 Index Futures” at the Financial Management Association Annual Meetings in New York, New York.

    Presented “An Evaluation of Market Quality of Exchanges” and “Algorithmic Trading” while serving as a visiting professor at Capital Markets Cooperative Research Centre in Sydney, Australia during the summer 2010.

    Presented the papers titled “Altorithmic Trading” and “An Evaluation of Market Quality of Exchanges” at the Capital Markets Cooperative Research Centre Distinguished Lecture Series (Trading and Dealing in Securities Markets) in Sydney, Australia- NSW. 

  59. Warne, Rick - Accounting

    Presented (with Anne Magro) the paper titled “Investor Propensity to Litigate under Precise and Imprecise Accounting Standards” at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts.

    Presented the paper titled “A Model of Investor Propensity to Litigate under Precise and Imprecise Accounting Standards” at the 2011 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado.

    Published an article titled, “Andrew Ford, D.D.S.: A Sole-practitioner Professional Practice Case” (with coauthor) in the Journal of Business Case Studies.

    Presented the paper titled “Does the Precision of Accounting Guidance Affect Investors' Assignments of Responsibility to Managers and Auditors for Negative Events?” at the Brigham Young University Accounting Research Symposium in Provo, Utah. 

    Published an article titled, “I'm Sorry: Positive Results of Apologies for Fraud Examiners, Auditors” (with coauthors) in Fraud Magazine in summer 2010.

  60. Wolf, Paige - Management

    Presented the paper titled “Team Composition and Emergent States as Predictors of Shared Leadership” at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference in Houston, Texas in 2013 (with coauthors Tiffani Chen, Stephen Zaccaro, and Stephanie Odenheimer).

    Published an article titled, “Book Review: Good Boss, Bad Boss: How to be the Best and Learn From the Worst by Robert I. Sutton” in Personnel Psychology in 2011.

    Published an article titled, “Short-Term Study Abroad: A Transformational Approach to Global Business Education,” (with Michelle Marks and coauthors) in the Journal of International Education in Business in 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Promoting Critical Thinking and Active Learning in High-Enrollment Courses” (with coauthors) at the Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference in St. Catherines, Ontario in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “Team Processes and Shared Leadership in Project Teams” (with coauthors) at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology in San Diego, California in 2011.

    Published an article titled, “Developing Efficacy Beliefs for Ethics and Diversity Management” (with coauthors) in Academy of Management Learning & Education.

    Presented the paper titled “Building Stronger Relationships” at the Fairfax County Department of Housing and Community Development in Fairfax, Virginia in November 2010.

    Presented the paper titled “People Create Value: Getting the Most Out of Human Capital” at the CFO Alliance Roundtable Meeting in Bethesda, Maryland in November 2010.

    Presented the paper titled “Making the Business Case for HR Initiatives” at the Society for Human Resource Management in Fairfax, Virginia in October 2010.

    Presented the paper titled “Preparing an Assessment-Ready Online Course” at the Innovations in Teaching and Learning Conference in Fairfax, Virginia in October 2010.

  61. Wolfe, James - Management

    Was awarded the MBA Faculty of the Year from George Mason University School of Management in 2013.

    Presented the paper titled “It's Complicated: The Relationship of the Researcher and the Founder” at the Federal Laboratory Consortium Annual Meeting in Cambridge, Maryland in 2012.

    Had the presentation titled “Innovation Engineering: The Key to an Effective Economy” published in the proceedings from the Polish Patent Office Annual Meeting in 2012 (with coauthor Tomasz Arciszewski).

    Awarded the EMBA Faculty Member of the Year - 2nd Year from George Mason University School of Management in 2012.

    Named as a finalist for the Entrepreneur Navigator of the Year Award from the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) in 2012.

    Presented the paper titled “What Makes Successful Local Entrepreneurship?” at the George Mason University Business Roundtable in McLean, Virginia. 

    Presented the paper titled “Driving Corporate Growth Through Entrepreneurship & Innovation” at the CFO Alliance Roundtable Meeting in Bethesda, Maryland. 

    Awarded the George Mason University School of Management Graduate Faculty Teaching Award for the Class of 2011.

    Awarded the George Mason District Outstanding Service Award 2010 from the Boy Scouts of America, National Capital Area Council.

    Awarded the MBA Distinguished Service Award 2010 from George Mason University School of Management.

  62. Yahya-Zadeh, Massood - Accounting

    Presented the paper titled, “Maine Cordage Company” at the AAA Mid-Atlantic Conference 2014 in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania in April, 2014.

    Had the presentation titled “Comprehensive Variance Analysis Based on Ex Post Optimal Budget” published in the proceedings from the Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal in Fall 2012.

    Published an article titled, “A New Framework for Capacity Costing and Inventory Variance Analysis” in the Journal of Applied Management Accounting Research in Summer 2011.

  63. Yasai, Masoud - Management

    Presented the paper titled “Compete or Forbear? The Effects of Competitive Advantage, Complementarities and Multimarket Contact” (with Chi-Hyon Lee and Hun Lee) at the Academy of Management BPS Division in San Antonio, Texas in 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Compete or Forbear? Disentangling the Effects of Competitive Advantage, Complementarities and Multimarket Contact” at the Mid-Atlantic Strategy Colloquium in College Park, Maryland and at the Academy of Management Annual Conference in San Antonio, Texas.

    Published an article titled, “Identifying and Analyzing Extremes: Illustrated by CEOs' Pay and Performance” (with coauthors) in Organizational Research Methods.

    Published an article titled, “Executives' Perceived Environmental Uncertainty Shortly After 9/11” (with coauthors) in Computational Statistics and Data Analysis.

  64. Zablah, Alex - Marketing

    Received an award from the Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management in 2013.

    Had the presentation titled “Performance Implications of CRM Technology Use: A Multi-Level Field Study of Business Customers and Their Providers in the Telecommunications Industry” published in the proceedings from Information Systems Research in 2012 (with coauthors Danny Bellenger, Detmar Straub, Wesley Johnston).

    Had the presentation titled “A Two-Dimensional Scale of Eating Guilt” published in the proceedings from the AMA Winter Educator's Conference in 2013 (with coauthors).  

    Had the presentation titled “How and When Does Customer Orientation Influence Frontline Employee Job Outcomes? A Meta-Analytic Evaluation” published in the proceedings from the Journal of Marketing in 2012 (with coauthors). 

    Presented the paper titled “A Dual Process Model of the Profitability Implications of Customer Prioritization” (with coauthors) at the 2012 Sales Thought Leadership Conference at the Harvard Business School in Boston, MA. 

    Published an article titled, “How and When Does Customer Orientation Influence Frontline Employee Job Outcomes? A Meta-Analytic Evaluation” in the Journal of Marketing. 

    Had the presentation titled “Gratitude versus Entitlement: A Dual Process Model of the Profitability Implications of Customer Prioritization” (with coauthors) published in the proceedings from the European Marketing Academy Conference and the proceedings from the AMA Summer Marketing Educator's Conference.

  65. Zahadat, Nima - Information Systems and Operations Management

    Published the article titled “Effect of BYOD on Today's Enterprise Security Systems” (with coauthors) in the ISSA Journal in October 2013.

    Presented the paper titled “Effect of BYOD on Today's Enterprise Security Systems” at INCOSE in Newport News, Virginia.

  66. Zhang, Suning - Accounting

    Presented the paper titled “Takeover Defenses: Entrenchment and Efficiency” (with coauthors) at the Seventh Annual Accounting Research Conference at the University of Toronto in Toronto, Canada-Ontario and at the 2013 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, California.

    Presented the paper titled, “Equity-Based Compensation of Outside Directors and Corporate Information Quality” at the 2012 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in Washington, DC in 2012 (with coauthor).

    Presented the paper titled, “Takeover Defenses: Entrenchment and Efficiency” at the Washington University Accounting Workshop in St Louis, Missouri in November in 2012 (with coauthors Sanjeev Bhojraj, Partha Sengupta).

    Presented the paper titled “Stock Repurchase and Debt Contracting” (with Long Chen) at the 2012 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in Washington, DC in August 2012.

    Presented (with Long Chen) the paper titled “Stock Repurchase and Debt Contrating” at the 2012 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.

    Presented (with Long Chen) the paper titled “Stock Repurchase and Debt Contrating” at George Washington University Workshop in Washington, DC, in 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Equity-Based Compensation of Outside Directors and Corporate Information Quality” (with coauthors) at the 2012 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in Washington, DC.

    Presented the paper titled “Stock Repurchase and Debt Contracting” (with Long Chen) at the Fall 2011 GWU-GMU Joint Accounting Research Seminar in Washington, DC in October 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “The Effect of Accounting versus Economic Determinants on the use of Broad-Based Option Plans” at the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California in August 2011. 

    Presented the paper titled “Equity-Based Compensation of Outside Directors and Corporate Information Quality” at the Washington Area Accounting Conference in Washington, DC in June 2011.

    Presented the paper titled “Fair Value Accounting and Bank Stability” at the 2010 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California in August.

    Presented the paper titled “Fair Value Accounting and Bank Stability” at the 2011 Financial Accounting and Reporting Section Mid-Year Meeting (FARS) in Tampa, Florida. 

    Presented the papers titled “Fair Value Accounting and Bank Stability” and “The Effect of Accounting Versus Economic Determinants on the Use of Broad-based Option Plans” at the 2010 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California. 

    Presented the paper titled “The Effect of Accounting Versus Economic Determinants on the Use of Broad-based Option Plans” at the Fourth Annual IECG Research Symposium at UT Dallas in Dallas, Texas. This paper was also published in the proceedings from the CAPANA conference.

    Received the Accounting Department Summer Research Award 2010 funded by the Accounting Patrons Program from George Mason University School of Management Accounting Department.

    Presented the paper titled “Restructuring Charges, Regulatory Changes and the Accrual Anomaly” at the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting 2010 in New York.

    Presented the paper titled “Ownership Form and Assurance Services in the Market for New Issues” (with coauthor Edward Douthett) at the Mason Entrepreneurship Research Conference in Fairfax, Virginia.

    Presented the paper titled “Venture Capitalists and the Demand for Assurance Services from Auditors on Initial Public Offerings” at the Annual Mason Entrepreneurship Research Conference in Fairfax, Virginia.

    Awarded the George Mason University Summer Research Funding from George Mason University.

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