2012 Faculty Research Awards

April 14, 2013

The College of Business Administration annually recognizes those faculty who have produced outstanding academic research in their field. Congratulations to the winners for outstanding research in 2012!

Accounting Department Outstanding Research Award

Dr. Giorgio Gotti
Managerial Stock Ownership, Analyst Coverage, and Audit Fee
Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance

Economics Department Outstanding Research Award

Dr. Thomas M. Fullerton
Residential Electricity Consumption in Seattle
Energy Economics

Information and Decision Science Department Outstanding Research Award

Dr. Godwin J. Udo
Exploring the Role of Espoused Values on E-service Adoption: A Comparative Analysis of the US and Nigerian Users
Computers in Human Behavior

Information and Decision Science Department Outstanding Research Award

Dr. Kallol K. Bagchi
Exploring the Role of Espoused Values on E-service Adoption: A Comparative Analysis of the US and Nigerian Users
Computers in Human Behavior

Information and Decision Science Department Outstanding Research Award

Dr. Peeter J. Kirs
Exploring the Role of Espoused Values on E-service Adoption: A Comparative Analysis of the US and Nigerian Users
Computers in Human Behavior

Finance Department Outstanding Research Award

Dr. James Upson
Clean Sweep: Informed Trading through Intermarket Sweep Orders
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis

Marketing Department Outstanding Research Award

Dr. Roland Gau
Studying Low-literature Consumers Through Experimental Methods: Implications for Subsistence Marketplaces
Journal of Business Research

Management Department Outstanding Research Award

Dr. Laura Guerrero
Antecedents of Underemployment: Job Search of Skilled Immigrants in Canada
Applied Psychology: an International Review

Operations Research Department Outstanding Research Award

Dr. Wenming Chung
The Role of Schedule Mismatch in Ending Inventory Decisions in the Presence of Price Cuts
Journal of Business Logistics

The College of Business Administration

Dr. James Upson
Clean Sweep: Informed Trading through Intermarket Sweep Orders
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis

 
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