July 2016 – Research @ Fox

July 26, 2016 //

Fox School’s Masaaki Kotabe elected to three-year term as Academy of International Business President


Discussed in this issue:

• Research productivity by Accounting Department earns top rankings
• Fox Executive DBA candidate from La-Z-Boy presents at two leading industry conferences
• Fox researcher uncovers connection between workplace gender inequality and bosses’ political leanings

Accounting professors rank among nation’s most-prolific researchers

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Discussed in this issue:
• Legal system fails to protect against identity discrimination, according to Fox researcher
• Using metadata to improve enterprise search
• Re-employment after the recession
• Publications in statistics journals

Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology honors Fox professor for career contributions


Discussed in this issue:
• The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) has awarded Dr. In-Sue Oh a 2016 Distinguished Early Career Contribution Award
• Company owned by Fox Executive DBA student recognized for inner-city growth
• Tourism, business leaders visit Temple to discuss impact of World Meeting of Families
• Fox professor authors book on concussions, head trauma

Leadership Quarterly accepts a Fox PhD student’s paper for publication


Discussed in this issue:
• Douglas Franklin, a second-year PhD student at Temple University’s Fox School of Business, co-authored a paper that has been accepted for publication in Leadership Quarterly, a top journal
• Ryann Reynolds-McIlnay accepts tenure-track position in Oregon State’s merchandising management program
• Paper co-authored by PhD student accepted for two prominent conferences
• James Du, PhD candidate, accepts tenure-track position in the sports management department at Florida State University

Named professors, lifetime achievement, honored at annual Research Roundtable ceremony


Discussed in this issue:
• Four faculty members from Temple University’s Fox School of Business headlined the awardees at the 17th annual Research Roundtable and Teaching Awards ceremony

UberX shown to reduce drunk-driving deaths, according to Fox researchers


Discussed in this issue:
• Innovation on the rise in less traditional locations, Fox researchers find
• Lockheed Martin and IBIT to Host National Cyber Analyst Challenge
• Apps & Maps students make pitch to Samsung executive

Google chief economist speaks at NSF-funded big data workshop


Discussed in this issue:
• Social responsibility is key component to sports teams’ success
• Revolutionary study correlates scents with purchasing tendencies
• Access to technology leads to happiness, Fox researchers find

Fox PhD graduate wins 1st place in prestigious doctoral dissertation award


Discussed in this issue:
• Marketing PhD candidate accepts tenure-track position at Emory University
• International Business PhD candidate accepts tenure-track position at Ohio University
• Finance PhD candidate accepts tenure-track position at University of Quebec at Montreal

NSF awards Temple team nearly $900,000 big data grant to research user-generated trace data

Discussed in this issue:
• The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a research team from Temple University a three-year grant.
• Fox researchers use brain data to predict real-life success of TV ads.
• Fox School professor appointed to AOM research committee.
• Tyler student makes sense of big data, wins big at Temple Analytics Challenge.

RESEARCH @ FOX

December 17, 2014 //

Big Data Institute has big ambitions for Year 2

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Discussed in this issue:
• Big data, the new face of statistical and computational analysis.
• Big data is the collection of data sets so large that it is difficult to process them with traditional methods.
•  Fox School of Business creates the Big Data Institute

 

 

Dr. Paul A. Pavlou distinguished as one of the world’s top scientific minds

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Discussed in this issue:
• Cynical employees affect work environment more than affirmative employees
• Nation Science Foundation grant awarded for big data privacy workshop
• Role of fMRI in management discussed at Temple conference

July 2014 – Research at Fox

July 24, 2014 //

Employees behave badly under “do nothing” managers

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Discussed in this issue:
• fMRI and biometric research reveals key elements in Super Bowl ad success
• The Sport Industry Research Center enters strategic partnership with Appventures
• How to protect companies from advanced cyber-security threats

University-wide Big Data Institute to harness multi-disciplinary potential of data analytics

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Discussed in this issue:
• Statistics Department uniquely advances high-dimensional statistics research
• Center for Data Analytics and Biomedical Informatics sees opportunity in business research
• Center for Online and Social Data Analytics looks at consumer behavior at microscopic level

Philadelphia surpasses U.S. average in rate of global innovation connectedness

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Discussed in this issue:
• Trusting communities tend to produce more entrepreneurs
• Smellizing increases consumer desire
• Theoretical model on sport coaches’ employment outcomes

First-ever Information Systems Job Index shows healthy market for college students

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Discussed in this issue:
• CEOs tend to overstay their welcome, hurting firm performance, new study finds
• Researchers identify gaps in academic literature on computer-mediated environments
• A new way of understanding trust and perceived justice in the workplace