The Office of Research, Doctoral Programs, and Strategic Initiatives operates to enhance the reputation and impact of the Fox School of Business as a global leader in research, doctoral education, industry outreach, and community engagement. Our goal is to better serve our stakeholders, including students, faculty, academia, industry, state and federal government, the people of Pennsylvania, and society in general.
By providing direction, leadership, and support to the agenda of the Fox School and the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management, the Office of Research, Doctoral Programs, and Strategic Initiatives promotes the research interests of faculty members, encourages PhD student research across multiple disciplines, and encourages application for sponsored projects and research.
The Fox PhD program combines top research faculty with small class sizes and a cutting-edge curriculum to help students succeed in today’s academic world. Students have the opportunity to build their research portfolio, present at international conferences, and meet with top researchers from around the world.
Expand your decision-making abilities and gain new perspectives on everyday business challenges with the Fox Executive Doctorate in Business Administration program. The EDBA program is a part-time, three-year degree designed to equip senior managers and executives with the power to transform today’s business environment.
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I’ve pursued two unique and successful careers during my professional work life. In my first career, after graduating from the University of Pittsburgh with an engineering degree, I joined Schlumberger Limited and worked in oil and gold exploration for nearly 11-years. My initial positions included field-engineering roles on offshore oil rigs. After four years as an engineer, Schlumberger sponsored my MBA at the University of Pittsburgh. The MBA degree propelled me into international management positions with the company where I served as country manager in South Africa and Bolivia, corporate consultancy roles in France, and business development in The Netherlands and Germany. I held a life-long desire to pursue an academic career in teaching and research. Thus, after 11-years in growing corporate roles, I started my Ph.D. in Finance at Texas A&M University in 1992 and earned my doctorate in late 1996.
I maintain a strong interest and commitment to students through my teaching and administrative efforts. From a teaching perspective, I’ve had substantial experience working with undergraduate and graduate students. My portfolio of courses spans introductory finance courses as well as more advanced courses including Corporate Governance, International Finance, Corporate Valuation and Financial Strategy. My teaching ratings consistently place me in the top 10% of all instructors in my school. On a five-point scale, my scores routinely fall in the 4.7 range (or better) for the question “Overall, instructor is”. Finally, I have received numerous Outstanding Teacher Awards at American University and Temple University. Since entering academia, I have strived to establish an outstanding and continuing record of research and teaching. My research agenda focuses broadly on corporate finance with a particular emphasis on corporate governance. Over the past several years, my work has appeared in the Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Accounting and Economics, and Administrative Science Quarterly.
- 1996-1997 – Visiting Assistant Professor – Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
- 1997-1999 – Assistant Professor, Washington & Lee University, Lexington, VA.
- 1999-2004 – Assistant Professor, American University, Washington, D.C.
- 2004-2008 – Associate Professor, American University, Washington, D.C.
- 2008-2012 – Professor and Department Chair, American University, Washington, D.C.
- 2012- Present – Professor and Department Chair, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.
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|Research Interests:||Cynicism toward Big Business, Organizational Corruption, Workplace Incivility, Detrimental Philanthrocapitalism|
Dr. Andersson received her Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior/Social Issues in Management from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her research, published in outlets such as Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Human Relations, and Organization, focuses on the dark side of business organizations. In particular, she’s been examining some social maladies that are arguably associated with late capitalism and neoliberalism (cynicism, incivility, corruption, detrimental philanthrocapitalism) as well as the role of social activism in countering capitalist barriers to sustainability.
Dr. Andersson teaches courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the area of Business, Society and Ethics and Corporate Sustainability, and has been lauded for her curricular innovation and ability to inspire critical thinking in her students. She was the recipient of the 2006 Andrisani-Frank Undergraduate Teaching Award and the 2005 Musser Excellence in Leadership Award for Teaching.
Active on campus, in her profession, and in the community, Dr. Andersson’s service engagements revolve around trying to stir things up, attempting to “ecologize” and “humanize” the business world and business education. She is currently on the Board of Directors at the Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia.
- Andersson, L., & Calvano, L. 2014 (forthcoming). Perceived mobility of impact: Global elites and the Bono effect. critical perspectives in international business.
- Calvano, L., & Andersson, L. 2010. Hitting the jackpot (or not): An attempt to extract value in Philadelphia’s casino controversy. Organization, 17(5): 583-597.
- Kim, T., Bateman, T., Gilbreath, B., & Andersson, L. 2009. Employee cynicism and top management credibility: A comprehensive model. Human Relations, 62(10): 1435-1458.
- Blau, G., Andersson, L., Davis, K., Daymont, T., Hochner, A., Koziara, K., Portwood, J., & Holladay, B. 2008. The relation between employee organizational and professional development activities. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 72: 123-142.
- Andersson, L., Giacalone, G., & Jurkiewicz, C. 2007. On the relationship of hope and gratitude to corporate social responsibility. Journal of Business Ethics, 70: 401-409.
- 1996 Co-investigator, UNC Cato Center for Applied Business Research Grant of $99,480 to study incivility in the workplace (with Christine Pearson, Judith Wegner, & Debra Shapiro).
- 1997 Winner, Saint Joseph’s University Faculty Award for Outstanding Performance in Teaching.
- 1998 Best Paper Proceedings. Framing green issues as greenbacks: How sponsors of environmental issues get heard. 58th Academy of Management Meeting in San Diego, CA.
- 2000 Finalist, Best Paper in Academy of Management Journal. Individual environmental initiative: Championing natural environmental issues in U.S. business organizations, 43: 548-570.
- 2001 Best Paper in Human Relations. When workers flout convention: A study of workplace incivility, 54: 1387-1419.
- 2002 Fox School of Business & Management Research Honor Roll.
- 2002 Fox School of Business & Management Excellence in E-Teaching Award.
- 2005 Winner, Musser Excellence in Leadership Award for Teaching.
- 2006 Winner, Andrisani-Frank Undergraduate Teaching Award.
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- BA 3102, “Business, Society & Ethics”
- HRM 5402, “Business, Society & Ethics”
- HRM 2511, “Corporate Sustainability: People, Planet & Profits”
- HRM 3903, “Management Theory & Practice: From the Locker Room to the Board Room” with Coach Fran Dunphy
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|Research Interests:||Accounting information systems, Managerial accounting, Economics of Information Systems|
Dr. Hilal Atasoy is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at Temple University. She has a Ph.D. and a Master’s degree in Economics from University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Her research analyzes the impacts of information technology and innovation on labor markets, and how information systems and associated flow of information across providers affect healthcare. Dr. Atasoy’s research was published in leading outlets such as Management Science, Information Systems Research and Industrial and Labor Relations Review.
- “The Spillover Effects of Health IT Investments on Regional Health Care Costs“, with Pei-Yu Chen and Kartik Ganju. Management Science, Forthcoming
- “On the Longitudinal Effects of IT Use on Firm Employment,” with Rajiv Banker and Paul Pavlou. Information Systems Research, 27(1), 6-26. (Lead Article)
- “The Effects of Broadband Internet Expansion on Labor Market Outcomes,” (single author). Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 66(2), 315-345.
- Young Researcher Award, Workshop on Health IT and Economics, 2014
- Best Paper Award Nominee, Conference on Information Systems and Technology, 2015
- Fox School Young Scholars Seed Funding, Temple University, 2014, 2015
- PwC Grant for Accounting Information Systems, 2016
- Summer at Census Scholar, US Census Bureau, 2017
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Accounting Information Systems
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|Research Interests:||Taxation, Financial Accounting, Executive Compensation|
Steven Balsam, Professor of Accounting and Senior Merves Research Fellow at the Fox School of Business at Temple University, obtained his Ph.D. from the City University of New York (Baruch College) in 1991. His research interests are executive compensation, earnings management, and capital markets. He has written several books on executive compensation including Executive Compensation: An Introduction to Practice and Theory, and an AICPA self study course, Accounting for Stock Options and Other Stock-Based Compensation, he has published articles in academic journals including The Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting Research, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Contemporary Accounting Research, Journal of the American Taxation Association, Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, Accounting Horizons, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, and Journal of Corporate Finance; and practitioner journals including the Journal of Accountancy. Professor Balsam is also a member of the editorial boards of Accounting Horizons and the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy. He has been widely quoted in the media and has given expert witness testimony on executive compensation to the United States Senate Committee on Finance. Prior to coming to Temple University he taught at Baruch College and the University of Rochester. Before entering academia he was a Certified Public Accountant working for the international accounting firm of Ernst & Young.
- The Determinants and Performance Impact of Outside Board Leadership (with John Puthenpurackal and Arun Upadhyay), Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis August 2016: 51(4): 1325-1358
- The Impact of Say-on-Pay on Executive Compensation (with Jeff Boone, Harrison Liu, and Jennifer Yin) Journal of Accounting and Public Policy 35 (2016) 162–191
- The impact of CEO compensation on nonprofit donations (with Erica Harris) The Accounting Review March 2014: 89(2): 425-450.
- Equity Incentives and Internal Control Weaknesses (with Wei Jiang and Bo Lu) Contemporary Accounting Research, Spring 2014: 31(1);178-201.
- Impact of Job Complexity and Performance on CFO Compensation (with Afshad Irani and Jennifer Yin) Accounting Horizons September 2012.
- 2007 Musser Excellence in Leadership Award in Research, Temple University
- Fox School of Business Research Roundtable, 2004-present
- Merves Research Fellow, Temple University, Fox School of Business, 2000-2005
- Merves Senior Research Fellow, 2005-present.
- Research Honor Roll, Temple University, Fox School of Business, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008.
- Financial Accounting Theory (PhD)
- Intermediate Accounting (BBA)
- Coordinator for Temple Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
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|Research Interests:||Performance measurement, incentive compensation, strategic cost management, competitive industry analysis, productivity analysis, efficiency evaluation, and incentive regulation|
Rajiv Banker is the Merves Chair in Accounting and Information Technology at the Fox School of Business, Temple University. Dr. Banker is internationally recognized as a leader in interdisciplinary research in management, and is one of the most highly cited scholars in management and economics worldwide. The Institute for Scientific Information (Web of Science) has recognized him as a researcher for having made fundamental contributions to the advancement of science and technology. He is ranked as the most prolific scholar in management accounting published in the top accounting research journals over the past 20 years. His research articles are cited over 500 times each year by other researchers in a wide range of disciplines. One of his papers is ranked fourth highest in citations in the 70-year history of Management Science.
Dr. Banker received a Bachelor of Science degree with Highest Honors in Mathematics and Economics, standing first, at the University of Bombay, and a Doctorate in Business Administration from Harvard University concentrating in Planning, Accounting and Control Systems. He has served as editor and on advisory boards of leading research journals in accounting, information systems and operations management. Currently, he is the editor-in-chief of the Data Envelopment Analysis Journal and the president of the International Data Envelopment Analysis Society.
Dr. Banker’s research interests address emerging problems of importance to managers analyzing data collected from different companies. His research on information systems explores issues of technology-enabled competitive strategy, business value of investments in information technology, software productivity and quality, and management of software development and maintenance. His research in accounting addresses questions pertaining to performance measurement, incentive compensation, strategic cost management and competitive industry analysis. His research in management science includes the development of new methods for productivity analysis, efficiency evaluation and incentive regulation.
He has received numerous awards for his research, including awards by the American Accounting Association for Lifetime Contribution to Management Accounting, Notable Contribution to the Management Accounting Literature and Notable Contribution to the Governmental Accounting Literature, and best paper awards at international conferences in information systems and in accounting.
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|Research Interests:||Financial Accounting, Accounting Evolution, International Accounting|
Sudipta Basu joined the Accounting Department in Fall 2007. His research on the effects of conservatism and other accounting principles on the properties of reported earnings and analysts’ earnings forecasts was published in Journal of Accounting and Economics; Journal of Accounting Research; Review of Accounting Studies; and Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.
His research on the origins and evolution of accounting appears in Accounting and Business Research; Accounting Historians Journal; Accounting Horizons; Accounting, Organizations and Society; Foundations and Trends in Accounting; and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA (PNAS). The American Accounting Association (AAA) recognized his research with the 2012 Distinguished Contribution to Accounting Literature Award and the 2011 and 2007 Accounting Horizons Best Paper Awards. Sudipta is an Associate Editor or Editorial Board member of The Accounting Review; Contemporary Accounting Research; Journal of Business Finance and Accounting; Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance; Australian Journal of Management; Journal of Law, Finance and Accounting; Accounting, Economics and Law; and China Journal of Accounting Research. He earned his Ph.D. and M.S. at the University of Rochester; M.B.A. at the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta; and B.A. (Honours) in Economics at the University of Delhi. Sudipta taught previously at Emory University and Baruch College, City University of New York. He currently teaches Cost Accounting to undergraduates and Capital Markets Research to doctoral students.
- “Implications of impairment decisions and assets’ cash-flow horizons for conservatism research,” with Rajiv Banker and Dmitri Byzalov. The Accounting Review, Vol. 92 No. 2, March 2017, forthcoming. doi: 10.2308/accr-51524.
- “Neuroaccounting: Consilience between the biologically evolved brain and culturally evolved accounting principles,” with John Dickhaut, Kevin McCabe and Greg Waymire, Accounting Horizons, Vol. 24 No. 2, June 2010, 221-255.
- “Recordkeeping alters economic history by promoting reciprocity,” with John Dickhaut, Gary Hecht, Kristy Towry and Greg Waymire, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, Vol. 106 No. 4, January 27 2009, 1009-1014.
- “Loss function assumptions in rational expectations tests on financial analysts’ earnings forecasts,” with Stan Markov, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Vol. 38 Nos. 1-3, December 2004, 171-203.
- “The conservatism principle and the asymmetric timeliness of earnings,” Journal of Accounting and Economics, Vol. 24 No. 1, December 1997, 3-37.
- 2014 Musser Excellence in Leadership Award in Research, Temple University
- 2012 AAA Distinguished Contribution to Accounting Literature Award
- 2011 AAA Accounting Horizons Best Paper Award
- 2007 AAA Accounting Horizons Best Paper Award
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Capital Markets Research (PhD)
- Cost Accounting (BBA)
- Special Topics – Accounting Theory (MAcc)
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|Research Interests:||Capital Markets, Corporate Governance, Forecasting and Methodology|
Best known for his research in earnings forecasting by security analysts, Brown has over 100 publications and has made nearly 200 presentations at universities and professional conferences. He has published at least two articles in the six most influential academic journals in accounting: Journal of Accounting Research (12 articles), The Accounting Review (6 articles), Contemporary Accounting Research (7 articles), Journal of Accounting and Economics (3 articles), Review of Accounting Studies (3 articles) and Accounting Organizations and Society (2 articles). He has published 2 articles in the premier research journal in finance, Journal of Finance and 6 in the premier research journal in forecasting, International Journal of Forecasting.
Brown’s research papers have been downloaded by ssrn.com nearly 72,000 times, making him the 93rd of over 325,000 downloaded authors who have posted their work to that website. He has been cited by scores of media outlets including Barron’s, Business Week, CNBC Business News, CFO Magazine, Economist, Forbes, Fortune, Institutional Investor, Investor’s Business Daily, Newsday, Newsweek, The New York Times, Reuters, Smartmoney.com, Spiegel Online, and The Wall Street Journal.
Brown received the AAA Outstanding Accounting Educator Award in 2006. A former Editor of The Accounting Review and former Editorial Board member of Contemporary Accounting Research, he presently is an Editorial Board member of The Accounting Review. Brown has been a member of the Executive Committee Member of the Annual Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting for 25 years, having organized the accounting-track of the CFEA three times.
- D., University of Rochester
- B.A., University of Chicago
- S., SUNY-Buffalo
- Financial Reporting
- Financial Statement Analysis
- Capital Markets Research
- Corporate Governance
- Bibliometric Research
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|Research Interests:||Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting|
Dmitri Byzalov joined the Accounting Department in Fall 2009. His research on cost behavior, conditional conservatism, and accrual modeling is published in Journal of Accounting and Economics, The Accounting Review, Review of Accounting Studies, and Journal of Management Accounting Research. The American Accounting Association (AAA) recognized his research on demand uncertainty and cost behavior with the 2015 Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Award. He earned his Ph.D. at Harvard University. He currently teaches Managerial Accounting and Cost Accounting to undergraduates.
- “Implications of impairment decisions and assets’ cash-flow horizons for conservatism research,” with Rajiv Banker and Sudipta Basu. The Accounting Review, forthcoming.
- “Conditional conservatism and disaggregated bad news indicators in accrual models,” with Sudipta Basu. Review of Accounting Studies, 2016, 21(3), 859–897.
- “The confounding effect of cost stickiness on conservatism estimates,” with Rajiv Banker, Sudipta Basu, and Janice Chen. Journal of Accounting and Economics, 2016, 61(1), 203–220.
- “Asymmetric cost behavior,” with Rajiv Banker. Journal of Management Accounting Research, 2014, 26(2), 43–79.
- “Demand uncertainty and cost behavior,” with Rajiv Banker and Jose Plehn-Dujowich. The Accounting Review, 2014, 89(3), 839–865.
- 2015 AAA Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Award
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Managerial Accounting (BBA)
- Cost Accounting (BBA)
- Economic Theory (PhD)
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|Research Interests:||Longevity Risk Management, Systemic Risk and Financial Stability, Insurance Economics, and Corporate Risk Management|
Dr. Hua Chen is an Associate Professor of Risk, Insurance and Healthcare Management. He received his Ph.D. degree in Risk Management and Insurance from Georgia State University. His current research interests include longevity risk management, systemic risk and financial stability, insurance economics, and corporate risk management.
Dr. Chen has publications in top tier journals in risk management, insurance and actuarial science, including the Journal of Risk and Insurance, Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, and the North American Actuarial Journal. Dr. Chen serves as the faculty advisor for the Ph.D. program in Risk Management and Insurance. He is an Associate Editor for the Journal of Insurance Issues and serves on the editorial boards of other two journals: Risks and the Journal of Risk & Control
- Chen, Hua, Richard D. MacMinn and Tao Sun (2017). Mortality Dependence and Longevity Bond Pricing: A Dynamic Factor Copula with the GAS Structure, Journal of Risk and Insurance, 84: 393-415, April 2017.
- Chen, Hua, Richard D. MacMinn and Tao Sun. Multi-population Mortality Models: A Factor Copula Approach. Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 63: 135-146, July 2015.
- Chen, Hua, Wen-Yen Hsu and Mary A. Weiss. The Pension Option in Labor Insurance and Its Effect on Household Saving and Consumption: Evidence from Taiwan, Journal of Risk and Insurance, 82 (4): 947-975, December 2015.
- Chen, Hua, J. David Cummins, Krupa S. Viswanathan and Mary A. Weiss (2014). Systemic Risk and the Inter-Connectedness between Banks and Insurers: An Econometric Analysis, Journal of Risk and Insurance, 81(3): 623-652.
- Alai, H. Daniel, Hua Chen, Daniel Cho, Katja Hanewald and Michael Sherris (2014). Developing Equity Release Markets: Risk Analysis for Reverse Mortgage and Home Reversion, North American Actuarial Journal, 18(1): 217-241.
- Chen, Hua (2014). A Family of Mortality Jump Models Applied to U.S. Data, Asia-Pacific Journal of Risk and Insurance, 8(1):105-122.
- Chen, Hua, Michael Sherris, Tao Sun and Wenge Zhu (2013). Living with Ambiguity: Pricing Mortality-linked Securities with Smooth Ambiguity Preferences, Journal of Risk and Insurance, 80(3): 705-732
- Chen, Hua and Reza S. Mahani (2012). Optimal Demand for Insurance with Consumption Commitments, Asia-Pacific Journal of Risk and Insurance, 6(2):1-24.
- Chen, Hua, Samuel H. Cox and Shaun S. Wang (2010). Is the Home Equity Conversion Program in the United States Sustainable? Evidence from Pricing Mortgage Insurance Premiums and Non-Recourse Provisions Using the Conditional Esscher Transform, Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 46(2): 371-384.
- Chen, Hua and J. David Cummins (2010). Longevity Bond Premiums: the Extreme Value Approach and Risk Cubic Pricing, Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 46(1): 150-161.
- Chen, Hua and Samuel H. Cox (2009). Modeling Mortality with Jumps: Applications to Mortality Securitization, Journal of Risk and Insurance, 76(3): 727-751.
- Chen, Hua and Samuel H. Cox (2009). An Option-Based Operational Risk Management Model for Pandemics, North American Actuarial Journal, 13(1): 54-76.
- Fox School of Business Research Roundtable Member, Temple University (2016)
- Dean’s Research Honor Roll, Temple University (2015)
- Outstanding Professor of the Year in the M.S. Program in Actuarial Science, Temple University (2014)
- Award for High Achievement in Sponsored Research, Temple University (2013)
- Dean’s Research Honor Roll, Temple University (2011)
- Junior Scholar Award, the Asia-Pacific Risk and Insurance Association (2009)
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- International Risk Management (Undergraduate)
- Advanced Theory of Interest (Undergraduate/Graduate)
- Theory of Interest (Undergraduate/Graduate)
- Actuarial Modeling II (Undergraduate/Graduate)
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|Research Interests:||Corporate Investment, Valuation, Accounting Information and Managerial Decision Making|
Shira Cohen joined the Temple faculty as an Assistant Professor of Accounting after earning her PhD from Columbia University in 2014. Her research interests can be grouped into two main areas. The first attempts to understand how managers use financial statement information in making investment decisions, and the second looks at how accounting choices impact firm performance. Her dissertation received the Best Paper Award at the 2014 AAA Regional Meeting.
Professor Cohen has extensive work experience in both the consulting and finance industries. As a management consultant she took part in post-merger integration of Fortune 500 companies, and as an investment banker she worked primarily on valuation of hedge fund positions. Her experience ranges across industries and she has worked on several international engagements. Professor Cohen has prior teaching experience at Columbia Business School’s Executive Education and Executive MBA programs. In recognition of her classroom accomplishments, she was nominated and selected as a finalist for the 2011 Presidential Graduate Student Teaching Award.
In addition to a PhD, Professor Cohen holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and a BA from the University of Pennsylvania.
- Merit Award, Temple University, 2016
- IRRC Institute Research Paper Award, Honorable Mention, 2015
- Best Paper Award, AAA Regional Meeting, 2014
- Education Foundation for Women in Accounting Ph.D. Fellowship, 2013
- European Accounting Association Summer School Fellow, 2013
- Presidential Graduate Student Teaching Award, Finalist, 2011
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Financial Accounting 2101
- Guest Speaker on CNBC’s Fast Money, May 2007
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Benjamin Collier is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Risk, Insurance, and Healthcare Management in the Fox School of Business at Temple University and a Research Fellow in the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in its Risk Management and Decision Processes Center. His research examines how households and firms manage severe climate risks. His recent projects analyze households’ insurance contract decisions in the U.S. National Flood Insurance Program, the effects of Hurricane Sandy on the finances of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the New York area, and the consequences of natural disasters for SME credit markets in developing and emerging economies.
Among other outlets, Collier has published in the Journal of Risk and Insurance and Harvard Business Review. He has been quoted and his research cited in the Wall Street Journal, Business Insurance, and the Actuarial Review. He received the Outstanding Dissertation Award for his work on credit access in communities vulnerable to El Niño related flooding in Peru from the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, which selects annually from all dissertations in agricultural and applied economics in the U.S. He is a member of the Risk Theory Society.
Please also visit his website: blcollier.com
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|Research Interests:||Insurance Economics; Financial Risk Management; Productivity and Efficiency; and Securitization|
Dr. J. David Cummins is the Joseph E. Boettner Professor of Risk Management, Insurance and Financial Institutions. He also serves as the Director of the Advanta Center for Financial Institutions, and as a member of the Research Roundtable.
Dr. Cummins is a prolific author. In a recent academic research article in the Journal of Risk and Insurance that analyzed the relative contributions to the field of risk, insurance and financial institutions of all scholars, Dr. Cummins was recognized as the Premier (#1) researcher in this discipline in the world.
Dr. Cummins’ research focuses on insurance economics; financial risk management; productivity and efficiency; and securitization. During his career, Dr. Cummins has written 85 articles in academic journals. He has published numerous articles in the premier Risk and Insurance journals, including: the Journal of Risk and Insurance, Geneva Papers, North American Actuarial Review, and Insurance, Mathematics and Economics. Apart from Insurance journals, he has also published in many premier journals in Finance and Economics, such as: The Journal of Banking and Finance, The Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, The Journal of Monetary Economics, The Journal of Financial Economics, The Journal of Law and Economics, Management Science, The Journal of Business, The Journal of Economic Perspectives, Econometrica, Economic Letters, The Bell Journal, Federal Reserve Bank Reviews and the Brookings Papers.
Furthermore, he has authored, coauthored, edited and co-edited a total of sixteen books. He has authored and coauthored a total of thirty-four chapters in books and monographs.
In terms of teaching, Dr. Cummins’ greatest contributions have been in the doctoral area. He has chaired 41 doctoral dissertations and is currently chairing 11 students.
Dr. Cummins is also extremely active in his profession. He has organized many conferences, and has been a panelist, discussant, moderator, and chair of many sessions in Risk and Insurance conferences. He is currently the co-editor of the Journal of Banking and Finance, which is a premier journal in the field. Also, he is the Associate Editor of eight journals in Risk & Insurance and Finance.
Additionally, Dr. Cummins has held the highest office in the profession as the President of the American Risk and Insurance Association.
- “Systemic Risk and the Inter-Connectedness Between Banks and Insurers: An Econometric Analysis,” 2013, Journal of Risk and Insurance, forthcoming. With Hua Chen, Krupa Viswanathan, and Mary A. Weiss.
- “Efficiency, Productivity, and Scale Economies in the U.S. Property-Liability Insurance Industry,” 2013, Journal of Productivity Analysis 39: 141-164. With Xiaoying Xie.
- “CAT Bonds and Other Risk-Linked Securities: Product Design and Evolution of the Market,” 2012, The Geneva Reports: Risk and Insurance Research 5: 39-61.
- “Economies of Scope in Financial Services: DEA Efficiency Analysis of the U.S. Insurance Industry,” 2010, Journal of Banking and Finance 34 (no. 7, July): 1525-1539. With Mary A. Weiss, Xiaoying Xie, and Hongmin Zi.
- “Performance Measurement in the Financial Services Sector: Frontier Efficiency Methodologies and Other Innovative Techniques,” 2010, Journal of Banking and Finance 34 (no. 7, July): 1413-1416. With Rajiv D. Banker and Paul J.M. Klumpes.
- Harold D. Skipper Award for the Best Paper Presented at the Asia-Pacific Risk and Insurance Association Meeting 2012, Seoul, Korea (July). The prize was for the paper by Jiang Cheng, Tzuting Lin, and J. David Cummins, “Organizational Form, Ownership Structure and Top Executive Turnover: Evidence in the Property- Liability Insurance Industry.”
- “Securitization, Insurance, and Reinsurance,” JRI (2009). The Casualty Actuarial Society Prize, 2010, for the Best Feature Article in the Journal of Risk and Insurance in 2009 with applicability to casualty actuarial science.
- “Estimating the Cost of Capital for Property-Liability Insurers,” JRI (2005). The Casualty Actuarial Society Prize, 2006, for the Best Feature Article in the Journal of Risk and Insurance in 2005 with applicability to casualty actuarial science.
- “The Stochastic Dominance of No Fault Automobile Insurance,” JRI (1993). Robert I. Mehr Award, 2003, as one of two articles published in the Journal of Risk and Insurance in 1993 that have best “stood the test of time.”
- “Ownership Structure Changes in the Insurance Industry: An Analysis of Demutualization,” JRI (2003). Best Paper Prize at the Asia-Pacific Risk and Insurance Association meeting (Bangalore, India , July 2001). (One of 3 Best Paper Prizes).
- Actuarial Science 3503/5104 – Loss Models, Part III
- RMI 9001 – Economic Structure of Insurance Markets
- RMI 9003 – Risk Theory
- RMI 9090 – Proseminar in Risk Management and Insurance
Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania
- Insurance 1 – Principles of Insurance, undergraduate
- Insurance 205/805 – Introduction to Risk Management
- Insurance 260 – Statistics and Operations Research for Actuaries
- Insurance 820 – Principles of Insurance, graduate
- Insurance 20 – Life and Health Insurance, undergraduate
- Insurance 821 – Life and Health Insurance, graduate
- Insurance 825 – Property and Liability Insurance, graduate
- Insurance 926 – Property and Liability Insurance Problems, graduate
- Insurance 927 – Risk Management, graduate
- Insurance 932 – Mathematical Risk Theory, graduate
- Insurance 812 – Markets for Pure Risks
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Dr. Charles Dhanaraj joins the Fox School as the H.F. “Gerry” Lenfest Professor of Practice in Strategy. He will also serve as the Founding Executive Director of Fox’s Center for Translational Research in Business, and Executive Director of the Fox School’s Executive Doctorate in Business Administration program.
An award-winning researcher and educator, Dhanaraj arrives at the Fox School from the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne, Switzerland, where he served as professor of strategy. He also has held academic appointments at Indiana University at Bloomington and Temasek Polytechnic in Singapore. He also served as a Visiting Professor at the Copenhagen Business School in Denmark.
Dhanaraj’s specialization includes strategic partnerships, global innovation, and emerging markets. He published several high-impact articles and award-winning cases. In 2017, he was elected as a Fellow of the Academy of International Business (AIB), a distinction held by elite researchers for outstanding contributions to scholarly development in international business. He serves as vice president for the AIB and deputy editor of Cross Cultural and Strategy Management, as well as a member on the editorial boards of six major journals.
As an engineer, Dhanaraj worked with the Tata Robins Fraser, Ltd and Kaveri Engineering Industries Ltd. in India and the Center for Cold Ocean Resource Engineering (C-CORE) Inc. in Canada prior to his doctoral studies.
He received a PhD in International Strategy from University of Western Ontario in Canada. He also earned a MBA from the Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada and a Master of Engineering in Robotics from the memorial University of Newfoundland in St. John’s Canada. He also studied at the Indian Institute of Technology at Madras, where he earned a Bachelor of Technology degree in Mechanical Engineering.
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Online MBA course: MKTG 5001 Marketing Management/Strategy
- Musser Award for Excellence in Research, Fox School of Business — 2015
- Dean’s Teaching Fellow, Fox School of Business — 2015
- Outstanding Professor, Master of Science in Marketing, Fox School of Business — 2014
- One of the world’s top 50 authors of technology and innovation management, International Association of Management of Technology — 2009, 2013
- Excellence in Research Award, Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management, Fox School of Business — 2012
- J. William Fulbright Award: Fulbright-Kathryn and Craig Hall Distinguished Chair in Entrepreneurship — 2010
- Dean’s Research Honor Roll, Fox School of Business —2015, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2006, 2004, 2001
|Office:||Alter Hall 510|
|Research Interests:||Decision Neuroscience, Consumer Neuroscience, NeuroIS|
Dr. Angelika Dimoka has been appointed as an Associate Professor of Marketing with a secondary appointment in Management Information Systems and the College of Engineering.
Dr. Dimoka received her PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the Viterbi School of Engineering, University of Southern California. Her research interests lie on decision neuroscience, and functional neuroimaging in marketing and MIS (neuromarketing and neuroIS), quantitative analysis of decision making in online marketplaces, and modeling of information pathways in the brain. Dr. Dimoka’s research has appeared in Journal of Marketing Research, MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, NeuroImage, Journal of Neuroscience Methods, Annals of Biomedical Engineering, and the IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering. Dr. Dimoka has been a referee for many conferences and journals. Dr. Dimoka is the director of the Center for Neural Decision Making.
- Dimoka A. (2012), “How to Conduct a functional Magnetic Resonance (fMRI) Study in Social Science Research,”MIS Quarterly (36:3) pp 811-840
- Dimoka A, Banker RD, Benbasat I, Davis FD, Dennis AR, Gefen D, Gupta A, Ischebeck A, Kenning P, Pavlou PA, Müller-Putz G, Riedl R., vom Brocke J, Weber B (2012), “On the Use of Neurophysiological Tools in IS Research: Developing a Research Agenda for NeuroIS,”MIS Quarterly (36:3) pp 679-702
- Dimoka A. (2011), “Brain Mapping of Psychological Processes with Psychometric Scales: An fMRI Method for Social Neuroscience” NeuroImage (54). S263-S271
- Dimoka A., Pavlou P.A. and Davis F. (2011), “NeuroIS: The Potential of Cognitive Neuroscience for Information Systems Research,” Information Systems Research (22:4), pp 687-702
- Dimoka A. (2010), “What does the Brain Tell Us about Trust and Distrust? Evidence from a Functional Neuroimaging Study,”MIS Quarterly (34:2), 373-396
- Harvard Business Review, “The Science of Sensory Marketing”
- The Temple News, “Fox Professors Link Brain Activity to Ad Success”
- Technically Philly, “Temple U Researchers Find Brain Sweet Spot for TV Ad Success”
- Science Magazine Sifter, “What Will be the Best Super Bowl Commercial? Science May Have the Answer”
- The Wall Street Journal: “Cutting-Edge Research Combines fMRI and Biometric Study Results to Reveal “the Emotional Journey” as Key Element in Super Bowl Ad Success”
- Newsweek: “I Can’t Think”, Print: Cover Story
- Semana: “Fatiga informatica”, Print
- Macleans: “Teenagers wired to take risks”, Print
|Office:||Alter Hall 615|
Dr. Randy E. Dumm joins the Fox School from Florida State University, where he served as the Hold Professor of Risk and Insurance.
He has published in a number of risk management, insurance, and real estate journals, including the Journal of Risk and Insurance, Risk Management and Insurance Review, Geneva Risk and Insurance Review, the Journal of Real Estate Research and the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics.
In 2014, he received the Shin Research Excellence Award during the International Insurance Society Seminar in London. Dr. Dumm completed the Fulbright Scholars program at Vienna University of Business and Economics in 2004.
He is a past-president of both the Southern and Western Risk and Insurance Associations, and he was recently elected to the board of directors of the American Risk and Insurance Association.
He earned his PhD in Risk Management and Insurance, with a minor in Finance, from the University of Georgia. He received his MBA in Finance and Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, with a major in Finance, from Shippensburg University.
|Office:||Alter Hall 527|
Dr. Eisenstein’s research primarily explores how people make decisions that materially affect their lives. These decisions may be financial, such as the purchase of an expensive durable good, or policy oriented, such as interpreting statistical evidence, choosing between alternative proposals, or combating identity theft. Prior to becoming an academic, Dr. Eisenstein worked at Mercer Management Consulting (now Oliver Wyman) where he focused on management of technology and consumer research in the financial services and telecommunications industries. He is active in the community, having founded or led several organizations, and he serves on the board of the Visiting Nurses Association of Philadelphia.
Dr. Eisenstein earned his Ph.D. in Applied Economics and an M.A. in Statistics at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He also completed his undergraduate education at Penn in the Management and Technology program, wherein he concurrently earned B.S. degrees from Wharton and the School of Engineering.
- Wilcox, Kieth, Lauren Block and Eric M. Eisenstein (2011), “Leave Home Without It? The Effects of Credit Card Debt and Available Credit on Spending”, Journal of Marketing Research, 48, pp. 60-78.
- Hutchinson, J. Wesley, Joseph W. Alba, and Eric M. Eisenstein (2010), “Managerial Inferences: The Effects of Graphical Formats on Data-Based Decision Making,” Journal of Marketing Research, 47, 4, pp. 627-642.
- Eisenstein, Eric M. (2010), “Consumer Expertise,” Wiley International Encyclopedia of Marketing, John Wiley and Sons, Chichester, West Sussex, England, ISBN 978-1-405-16178-7.
- Eisenstein, Eric M. and J. Wesley Hutchinson (2006), “Action Based Learning: Goals and Attention in the Acquisition of Market Knowledge,” Journal of Marketing Research, 43, 2, pp. 244-258.
- Hutchinson, J. Wesley and Eric M. Eisenstein (2008), “Consumer Learning and Expertise,” in The Handbook of Consumer Psychology, Haugtvedt, Herr, and Kardes, eds., Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, NJ.
- Best Conference Paper: Marketing and Public Policy Conference, 2008
- Dean’s Research Honor Roll: 2012-2013
|Office:||Alter Hall 630|
Dr. Cameron Ellis joins the Fox School on a non-tenure-track appointment within the Department of Risk, Insurance, & Healthcare Management. He recently completed his doctoral program at the University of Georgia.
His research interests include insurance economics, industrial organization, machine learning, econometrics, and health economics. His current research projects examine the welfare effect of expanding access to secondary markets for life insurance, the role of two-part tariffs as a signaling device in life insurance pricing, and the effect of Medicaid expansion on the individual market for health insurance.
He is a member of the American Risk and Insurance Association, the Southern Risk and Insurance Association, the American Economic Association and the Southern Economics Association.
He earned his PhD in Economics from the University of Georgia. He also studied at Georgia College & State University, where he received his MBA and Bachelor of Science degree —both in Economics and Mathematics.
|Office:||Alter Hall 413|
|Research Interests:||Banking and Financial Institutions, Quantitative Finance, Monetary and Macro Theory and Policy|
Dr. Elyas Elyasiani joined Temple in 1980. His main area of expertise is banking and financial institutions. Dr. Elyasiani has done research in bank and insurance company stock return modeling, risk exposure, efficiency, cross-industry and international spillover of shocks, institutional, foreign and minority ownership effects and fixed income modeling as well as quantitative finance and monetary economics.
His publications have appeared in the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Financial Markets, Journal of Risk and Insurance, Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, Journal of Financial Research, Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, and Journal of Financial Services Research. Dr. Elyasiani has taught at Michigan State University, Temple University, Hebrew University and Bar Ilan University in Israel at the PhD, MBA, and undergraduate levels. He is also a fellow at the Wharton Financial Institution Center and a visiting scholar and Dean’s fellow at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel. He serves as an editor of the Journal of Economics and Business.
- “Bank Stability and Managerial Compensation”, Journal of Banking and Finance, volume 37 issue 3, March 2013, 799-813, With Gang Bai.
- “Institutional Ownership Stability and Risk Taking: Evidence from the Life-Health Insurance Industry”, Journal of Risk and Insurance, September 2011, volume 78, issue 3, pages 609-641, with Cheng and Jia.
- “Institutional Ownership Stability and the Cost of Debt”, Journal of Financial Markets, 13-4, November 2010, PP. 475-500, with Jia and Mao.
- “Market Reaction to Regulatory Action in the Insurance Industry: The Case of Contingent Commission”, Journal of Risk and Insurance 77-2, 347-368, June 2010, with Cheng and Lin.
- “Distribution of Institutional Ownership and Corporate Firm Performance”, Journal of Banking and Finance, 34-3, 606-620, March 2010, with Jingyi Jia.
- “Real-estate Risk Effects on Financial Institutions’ Stock Return Distribution: A Bivariate GARCH Analysis”, Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, March 2010, 40-1, pages 89-117, with Mansur and Wetmore.
- “Geographic Diversification and BHC Return and Risk Performance”, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, September 2008, Vol. 40, No. 6, 1217-1238, with Deng.
- “Market Risk, Interest Rate Risk, and Interdependencies in Insurer Stock Returns: A System-GARCH Model”, Journal of Risk and Insurance, 75 (4), December 2008, 873-891, with Carson and Mansur.
- “Institutional ownership stability and BHC performance”, Journal of Banking and Finance September (2008), 32-9, pages 1767-1781, with Jia.
- Musser Award for Excellence in Research, Temple University
- Research Honor Roll, Temple University (Various years)
- Senior Cochran Research Fellow
- Fellow: Wharton Financial Institution Center, University of Philadelphia
- Visiting Scholar and Dean’s Fellow: Jerusalem School of Business Administration, Hebrew University
- Management of Financial Institutions
- Financial Markets and Institutions
|Office:||Speakman Hall 300|
|Research Interests:||Consumer Behavior, Sport and Related Industries|
Dr. Daniel Funk is a Professor in the Sport and Recreation Management Program and Washburn Senior Research Fellow for the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management at Temple University. He also holds a joint appointment in the Fox School of Business, where he serves as PhD program advisor for the Tourism and Sport concentration.
Dr. Funk’s research focuses on consumer experiences through investigating the internal and external factors that shape involvement in sport, event, tourism, and leisure industry sectors. He has participated in over 20 grant-funded studies and published more than 90 research articles in variety top academic journals, published three textbooks in the area of sport marketing and contributed numerous book chapters to edited books.
He has been recognized as a Research Fellow by the Sport Marketing Association and the North American Society for Sport Management and was named to the Dean’s Research Honor role for outstanding research in 2012 and 2013. Dr. Funk also serves on journal editorial boards and is the current editor of Sport Marketing Quarterly. His work has been adopted by industry to understand the stage-based development of involvement and has developed a segmentation framework that is currently being used by a professional sport league to develop marketing and advertising strategy and assess return on investment. He has been active in working with and developing PhD students over the last 15 years.
Dr. Funk earned his PhD and Master’s degree in Sport Management from The Ohio State University and his Bachelor’s degree in Communication from the University of Kansas.
|Office:||Alter Hall 353|
|Research Interests:||Workplace Emotion, Performance Appraisal|
Deanna Geddes (Ph.D., Purdue University) has served as a management consultant to government, financial, pharmaceutical, insurance and retail corporations. Her research interests focus on anger and workplace emotion as well as performance appraisal practices. Dr. Geddes’ work has been cited by NBC Nightly News and several major media outlets including the Wall Street Journal, New York and Los Angeles Times, the BBC, and the Chicago Tribune.
Her studies and research models appear in Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Learning and Education, Human Relations, International Journal of Conflict Management, Management Communication Quarterly, Aggressive Behavior, Communication Quarterly, and Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, among others.
Dr. Geddes is recognized as a pioneer in information technology use in the classroom. She received several teaching awards including the Andrisanni-Frank Fox Undergraduate Teaching Award and the Musser Award for Leadership in Teaching. In 2012, she was honored with Teacher of the Year for the full-time MBA program. She teaches strategic organizational communication, negotiation, and organizational dynamics in undergraduate, MBA, and PhD programs. She has served as Chair of the Fox School’s Department of Human Resource Management since 2009.
- Full Time MBA Fox Professor of the Year, 2012
- Musser Excellence in Leadership Award for Teaching, Fox School of Business, Temple University, 2004
- Andrisani-Frank Undergraduate Teaching Award, Fox School of Business, Temple University, 1999
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Influential Communication in Complex Organizations (MBA)
- Organizational Communication and Information Management (MBA)
- BBC, Oct 1, 2013, “Building work relationships.”
- Bloomberg Businessweek, U.S. News & World Report Health, MSN Health, Chicago Tribune, HRExecutive, Canadian HR Reporter, among others, April/May 2011. “Compassionate responses to emotional outbursts at work.”
- New York Times, Oct 2, 2005. “The office collection: To give or not to give.”
- Los Angeles Times, Nov. 1998. “Making sense of the madness: People express anger in ways ranging from tantrums to outbursts”
- Wall Street Journal, Nov. 19, 1996. “Annual agony: It’s time to evaluate your work, and all involved are groaning.”
|Office:||Alter Hall 453|
|Research Interests:||Financial Accounting, International Accounting|
Elizabeth A. Gordon joined the Accounting Department in Fall 2007. Dr. Gordon specializes in the areas of international accounting and financial reporting investigating topics such as international financial reporting standards, corporate communications, executive compensation, related party transactions, accounting restatements, market development and corporate disclosure. Her research is published in top journals in her field including the Journal of Accounting Research, The Accounting Review, the Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, and the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy. She serves as an associate editor for the Journal of International Accounting Research and the Journal of International Financial Management and Accounting. Dr. Gordon served as the Past-President of the International Accounting Section of the American Accounting Association and serves on the Vice-President Finance and Administration of the International Association of Accounting Education and Research.
Dr. Gordon co-authored a recently published Intermediate Accounting textbook. She has taught courses in financial accounting and international accounting at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels, receiving a number of teaching awards. Dr. Gordon was an auditor with PwC and interned at the White House’s Office of Management and Budget before entering academia. She received her Doctorate from Columbia University, Masters in Business Administration from Yale University and Bachelors of Science in accounting with highest distinction from Indiana University. Dr. Gordon is a licensed CPA in Maryland. She has been on the faculty of the Graduate School of Business at the University of Chicago, the Rutgers Business School, and a visiting professor at the University of Pennsylvania.
- “Flexibility in Cash Flow Reporting Classification Choices under IFRS” (with B. Jorgensen, E. Henry, and C. Linthicum) Forthcoming, Review of Accounting Studies.
- “Earnings Quality: Evidence from Canadian Firms’ Choice between IFRS and U.S. GAAP.” (with B.M. Burnett, B. N. Jorgensen, and C.L. Linthicum) Accounting Perspectives, 14, Issue 3 (September 2015): 212-249.
- “The IASB’s Discussion Paper on the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting: A Commentary and Research Review.” (with J. Bishof, H. Daske, P. Munter, C. Saka, K. Smith, and E. Venter) Journal of International Financial Management and Accounting, 26, Issue 1 (February 2015): pp. 72-110.
- “Do Analysts’ Cash Flow Forecasts Mitigate the Accrual Anomaly? International Evidence.” (K. Petruska and M. Yu) Journal of International Accounting Research, Volume 13 (January 2014): pp. 61-90.
- “Stock Exchange Disclosure and Market Liquidity: An Analysis of 50 International Exchanges” (with C. Frost and A. Hayes). Journal of Accounting Research, Volume 44, Issue 3 (2006): 437-483.
- Intermediate Accounting (2016). (With J.S. Raedy and A.J. Sannella) Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. ISBN 978-0-13-216230-2.
- Best Paper Award, Journal of International Accounting Research, American Accounting Association, 2016, “Do Analysts’ Cash Flow Forecasts Mitigate the Accrual Anomaly? International Evidence,” with K. Petruska and M. Yu.
- Best Paper Award, 2015 Midyear Meeting, International Accounting Section, American Accounting Association, “Mandatory Disclosure Reform, Monitoring, and Executive Compensation,” with Balsam and X. Li .
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Financial Accounting Research Seminar (PhD)
- Intermediate Accounting (BBA)
- Advanced Accounting (BBA)
- Senior Seminar (BBA)
- Special Topics – Accounting Theory (MAcc)
|Office:||Alter Hall 614|
Dr. Martin F. Grace joins the Fox School as the Harry A. Cochran Professor of Risk, Insurance, & Healthcare Management.
Most recently, Grace was a Georgia Regents’ Professor and held the James S. Kemper Jr. Professorship in Risk Management. He served as the chair of Georgia State University’s risk management and insurance department. He is the former president of the Risk Theory Society, and serves as an associate editor of the Journal of Risk and Insurance. His research interests include tort reform, catastrophe financing, and industrial organization, regulation, and taxation of the insurance industry.
Over his career, he has published more than 70 professional and scholarly research papers and book chapters, and has consulted with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, various state regulators, and industry associations. He also has testified before the U.S. Congress on the future of insurance regulation as part of the Dodd-Frank Act.
Grace earned his PhD in Economics from the University of Florida, where he also attained his JD and his Master of Arts degree in Economics. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of New Hampshire.
|Office:||Alter Hall 550|
Rob Hamilton has extensive academic research, consulting and teaching expertise in both domestic and international arenas. His academic training includes a Bachelor’s degree from Cornell University, his MBA degree from the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia and his Ph.D. from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Dr. Hamilton has been a faculty member in the Strategic Management Department at Temple University since 1981 and has won seven awards for outstanding teaching. His teaching honors include a Musser Leadership Award for Teaching Excellence, Asher Award for Outstanding Faculty, an MBA Student Association award for Excellence in Instructional Innovation, Executive MBA Faculty of the Year award-twice, a Lindback Foundation Distinguished Teaching Award and the Great Teacher Award, Temple University’s highest teaching honor.
Rob’s academic research has focused on strategic management, industry competitive interaction, and the control of multinational enterprises. He has served on 28 Ph.D. dissertation committees and has chaired, or is currently chairing, a total of 14 of those committees. He has published more than 30 articles in journals such as Management International Review, Long Range Planning, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, R and D Management and Journal of International Management. In addition, he has made more than 30 presentations at various conferences. He is a recipient of the Dean’s Research Honor Roll and has twice been selected as an Outstanding Reviewer by the Academy of Management. He has served as a member of the Editorial Board of Journal of International Management for the last decade.
Dr. Hamilton’s service is extensive within the University as well as outside. He has formerly served as Assistant Dean for Graduate Programs, President of the School of Business, Collegial Assembly and Chair of the Strategic Management Department. He served as Chair of Temple University’s Great Teacher Award Committee for half a decade. He is currently the faculty Co Chair of the FSBM Planning Oversight Committee and facilitates School retreats. He has served as a member of the Vestry and Rector’s Warden at St. Thomas Church, Whitemarsh. He is a current member of the Advisory Board of the Board of Directors of the Presbyterian Children’s Village for abused children and serves on the Board of Directors of the Temple University Lutheran-Episcopal Campus Ministry. He is also a member of the Temple University Alumni Association Board of Directors.
|Office:||Alter Hall 355|
|Research Interests:||Employee Recruitment, Fairness, Leadership|
Dr. Crystal Harold (PhD, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, George Mason University) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Human Resource Management at the Fox School of Business, Temple University. Prior to joining the Fox School of Business, she was an Assistant Professor in the Purdue School of Science at IUPUI and also worked as a Strategic Human Resources Consultant for numerous governmental agencies such as the Air Force, The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), and Department of the Interior (DOI).
Her research focuses on issues related to employee recruitment (in particular the role of PE fit and fairness) and the impact of management practices and characteristics that engender perceptions of workplace fairness and counterproductive behaviors. Her work appears in top OB/HRM outlets including Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, Journal of Management, and Journal of Organizational Behavior. She serves on the editorial boards of Personnel Psychology and the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. Findings from her research have been discussed in numerous media outlets including the CBS Early Show, Strategy + Business, The Telegraph, and The Chronicle of Higher Education. Dr. Harold was awarded a 2005 APA Dissertation Award and the HUMRRO Fellowship in I/O Psychology. In recognition of her research and teaching accomplishments, she was recently appointed a Cigna Research Fellow, a Dean’s Teaching Fellow, and the Adrisani-Frank Undergraduate Teaching Award.
She would welcome collaborations with doctoral students on projects related to employee recruitment, person-environment fit, leadership, and workplace deviance.
- Harold, C.M., Oh, I-S., Holtz, B.C., *Han, S., & Giacalone, R.A. (in press). Fit and frustration as drivers of targeted counterproductive work behaviors: A multifoci perspective. Journal of Applied Psychology.
- Harold, C.M., Holtz, B.C., Griepentrog, B.K., Brewer, L., & Marsh, S.M. (2016). Investigating the effects of applicant justice perceptions on job offer acceptance. Personnel Psychology, 69, 199-227.
- Harold, C.M. & Holtz, B.C. (2015). The effects of passive leadership on workplace incivility. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 36, 16-38.
- Oh, I.S., Guay, R.P., Kwanghyun, K., Harold, C.M., Jong-Huyn, L., Chang-Goo, H., & Shin, K.H. (2014). Fit happens globally!: A cross-cultural meta-analysis comparing the relative importance of person-environment fit on work attitudes and performance. Personnel Psychology, 67, 99-152.
- Harold, C.M., Uggerslev, K.L., & Kraichy, D. (2013). Recruitment and job choice (pages 47-72). In T.K.Y. Yu & D. Cable (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Recruitment. Oxford University Press.
- Holtz, B.C. & Harold, C.M. (2013). The effects of leader consideration and structure on employee perceptions of justice and counterproductive work behavior. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 34, 492-519.
- Holtz, B.C. & Harold, C.M. (2013). Interpersonal justice and deviance: The moderating effects of interpersonal justice values and justice orientation. Journal of Management, 39, 339-365.
- Griepentrog, B.K., Harold, C.M., Holtz, B.C., Klimoski, R.J., & Marsh, S.M. (2012). Integrating social identity and the theory of planned behavior: Predicting withdrawal from an organizational recruitment process. Personnel Psychology, 65, 723-753.
- Marks, M.M., & Harold, C.M. (2011). Who asks and who receives in salary negotiation. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 32, 371-394.
- *Nolan, K.P., & Harold, C.M. (2010). Fit with what? The influence of multiple self-concept images on organizational attraction. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 83, 645-662.
- Holtz, B.C., & Harold, C.M. (2009). Fair today fair tomorrow? A longitudinal investigation of overall justice perceptions, Journal of Applied Psychology, 94, 1185-1199.
- Holtz, B.C. & Harold, C.M. (2008). When your boss says no!: The effects of leadership style and trust on employee perceptions of managerial explanations. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 81, 777-802.
- Harold, C.M. & Ployhart, R.E. (2008). What do applicants want: Examining changes in attribute importance judgments over time. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 81, 191-218.
- Paul Anderson Research Fellow, Temple University (2015)
- Andrisani-Frank Undergraduate Teaching Award, Temple University (2014)
- Dean Teaching Fellow, Temple University (2013)
- Young Scholars Interdisciplinary Seed Funding (2013, 2012, 2010)
- Dean Teaching Fellow, Temple University (2012)
- Cigna Research Fellow, Temple University (2012)
- Faculty Senate Seed Money Grant, Temple University (2010-2011)
- Seminar in Organizational Behavior (BA 9003; PhD Course)
- The Leadership Experience (HRM 3904; Honors Undergraduate Course)
- The Co-Op in HRM (HRM 3581; Undergraduate Course)
- Introduction to Human Resource Management (HRM 2501; Undergraduate Course)
- Business Society and Ethics (BA 3102; Undergraduate Course)
- Men’s Health, “Boost Your Salary by $33,800”
- CBS News, “Study: Being Forceful Helps in Salary Negotiations”
- Metro MBA, “Fox Holds HRM Co-Op Event”
- Men’s Fitness Magazine. The Best Success Breakthroughs for March 2014.
- Fastcompany.com: “49% of job candidates never negotiate an initial employment offer. Do you?”
- The Chronicle of Higher Education: “On the market? Don’t sell yourself short, even now.”
- Harvard Business Review Daily Stat: “Tough bargaining gets you higher starting pay.”
- Forbes.com: “Salary negotiation pays.”
- Strategy + Business: “Getting a new job? It pays to speak up about salary.”
- The Telegraph.com: “Assertive Workers ‘Most Likely to Win Pay Rises’ Scientists Discover”
- CBS News Early Show: “Being Forceful Helps in Salary Negotiation”
- AOL News Interview: “Professor Cracks the Code to Negotiating a Bigger Salary”
Dr. Aubrey Kent serves as the Senior Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs for the Fox School of Business and the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM). He holds a faculty appointment jointly in the Department of Sport and Recreation Management at STHM and the Human Resource Management department in the Fox School of Business.
He joined the Temple faculty in 2008 after serving for the previous nine years as director and graduate coordinator of the sport management program at Florida State University. Upon arriving at Temple, he was the founding director of the Sport Industry Research Center (SIRC), served from 2010-16 as STHM’s Chairperson, and served as STHM Associate Dean for the 2016-17 academic year.
Over his career, Dr. Kent has focused his sport industry research in the area of industrial/organizational psychology, and more recently in the area of corporate social responsibility. Dr. Kent is a past-president of the North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM), and was inducted in 2006 as a NASSM Research Fellow. His scholarly work has been published in numerous journals, including the Journal of Sport Management, European Journal of Sport Management, Sport Marketing Quarterly, International Journal of Coaching Science, Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, North American Journal of Psychology, Management Decision, Journal of Education for Business, and the Journal of Business Ethics. He has presented his work to audiences around the world, including conferences and workshops throughout the United States and Canada, South America, and Europe.
Dr. Kent has supervised 15 completed doctoral dissertations in sport management, including four NASSM research award winners. He teaches courses in management, strategy, and current issues in sport, and has taught several groups in Europe through international study programs. His industry work through SIRC includes project reports provided for the PGA TOUR, NFL and NHL, as well as extensive program evaluation work for non-profit youth development sport organizations through a partnership with the Philadelphia Youth Sports Collaborative.
Dr. Kent received his PhD in Sport Management from The Ohio State University. He earned his Master of Human Kinetics degree from the University of Windsor, and his Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Health and Physical Education and Fitness from the University of Toronto.
|Office:||Alter Hall 348|
|Research Interests:||Social Exchange Relationships, Motives, Proactivity and Work Behavior|
Dr. You Jin (YJ) Kim joins the Fox School on a Tenure-Track appointment from California State University-Dominguez Hills, where she served as an Assistant Professor in the Human Resource Management department.
Dr. Kim’s research interests lie in the area of social exchange relationships, proactivity and work behavior. Her research aims to provide a more complete understanding of when and why social exchange relationships and proactivity contribute to individual and organizational effectiveness in various contexts (e.g., organizational supportive climate). She has written many articles, exploring leadership, citizenship behavior, motivation and justice. She has also published two book chapters.
She obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and business administration from Yousei University in South Korea. In the U.S., she obtained a Ph.D. in organizational behavior and human resource management from Michigan State University.
|Office:||Alter Hall 559|
Masaaki Kotabe holds the Washburn Chair Professorship in International Business and Marketing at the Fox School of Business at Temple University. Prior to joining Temple University in 1998, he was Ambassador Edward Clark Centennial Endowed Fellow and Professor of Marketing and International Business at the University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Kotabe served as the Vice President in the 1997-98 term, and also has been elected to serve on the Executive Board of the Academy of International Business as President-Elect (2015-6); President (2016-7); and President-Immediate Past (2017-8). He also currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Japan Marketing Academy.
Dr. Kotabe received his Ph.D. in Marketing and International Business at Michigan State University. Dr. Kotabe has taught international marketing, global sourcing strategy (R&D, manufacturing, and marketing interfaces) at the undergraduate and MBA levels and theories of international business at the Ph.D. level, among others. He has lectured widely at various business schools in 20 countries around the world. For his research, he has worked closely with leading companies such as AT&T, Kohler, NEC, Nissan, Philips, Sony, and Seven&i Holdings (parent of 7-Eleven stores), and served as advisor to the United Nations’ and World Trade Organization’s Executive Forum on National Export Strategies.
Dr. Kotabe has written more than 100 scholarly publications, with well over 10,000 Google Scholar citations. His research work has appeared in such journals as the Journal of International Business Studies, Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Journal, and Journal of Marketing. His books include Global Sourcing Strategy: R&D, Manufacturing, Marketing Interfaces (1992), Japanese Distribution System (with Michael R. Czinkota, 1993), Anticompetitive Practices in Japan (with Kent W. Wheiler, 1996), MERCOSUR and Beyond (1997), Market Revolution in Latin America: Beyond Mexico (with Ricardo Leal, 2001), Emerging Issues in International Business Research (with Preet Aulakh, 2002), Global Supply Chain Management (with Michael J. Mol, 2006), SAGE Handbook of International Marketing (wht Kristiaan Helsen, 2009), and Global Marketing Management, 7th ed. (with Kristiaan Helsen, 2017).
Dr. Kotabe currently serves as the Editor of the Journal of International Management, and also serves / has served on the editorial boards of the Journal of Marketing, the Journal of International Business Studies, the Journal of International Marketing, the Journal of World Business, the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, the Journal of Business Research, and the Thunderbird International Business Review, among others.
Dr. Kotabe was elected a Fellow of the Academy of International Business in 1998 and a Fellow of the Japan Academy of International Business Studies in 2016, for his significant contribution to international business research and education. He is the recipient of the 2002 Musser Award for Excellence in Research at Temple University.
|Office:||Alter Hall 458|
|Research Interests:||Audit Quality, Internal Control, Corporate Governance, Industry classifications and their impact on accounting ratios, the impact of international diversification on auditor decision-making|
Dr. Jayanthi Krishnan (Ph.D., Ohio State University) joined the Accounting Department in Fall 2000. She teaches cost accounting and intermediate accounting for undergraduate students, and financial and managerial accounting in the Fox School full-time and professional MBA programs. Her other teaching interests include introductory financial accounting, senior seminar in accounting, and financial statement analysis.
Jayanthi Krishnan is the recipient of the 2015 American Accounting Association’s Notable Contribution to the Auditing Literature Award. She is an editor of Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, and serves on the editorial boards of the Accounting Review, Accounting Horizons, and Current Issues in Auditing. Her publications appear in a number of journals including the Accounting Review, Contemporary Accounting Research, Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance, Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, Accounting Horizons, and the Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting and Economics. Her research interests are in the areas of audit quality, audit regulations, corporate governance, industry classifications and their impact on accounting ratios, and the impact of international diversification on auditor decision-making.
Dr. Jayanthi Krishnan has been named to the Fox School Dean’s Research Honor Roll, is a recipient of the Business Honors Association’s Teacher of the Year Award, a two-time recipient of the Beta Alpha Psi Teacher of the Year Award, a two-time recipient of the Fox MBA Faculty of the Year award, a three-time recipient of the Fox School Crystal Award for teaching, and the recipient of the 2008 Musser Excellence in Leadership Award for teaching.
- Krishnan, Jagan, Jayanthi Krishnan, and H. Song. 2017. PCAOB International Inspections and Audit Quality. The Accounting Review (forthcoming).
- Chen, H., Jayanthi Krishnan, and H. Sami. 2014. Goodwill Impairment Charges and Analyst Forecast Properties. Accounting Horizons 29 (1), March, pp. 141-169.
- Goh, Beng Wee, Jayanthi Krishnan, and Dan Li. Auditor Reporting under Section 404: The Association between the Internal Control and Going Concern Audit Opinions. 2013. Contemporary Accounting Research 30 (3), Fall, pp. 970-995.
- Chen, H., Jayanthi Krishnan, H. Sami, and H. Zhou. 2013. Auditor Attestation under SOX Section 404 and Earnings Informativeness. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 32 (1), February, pp. 61-84.
- Krishnan, Jayanthi, Yuan Wen, and Wanli Zhao. 2011. Legal Expertise on Corporate Audit Committees and Financial Reporting Quality. The Accounting Review, Volume 86 (6), November, pp. 2099-2130.
- Krishnan, Jagan, Jayanthi Krishnan, and Hakjoon Song. 2011. The Effect of Auditing Standard No. 5 on Audit Fees. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, Volume 30 (4), November, pp.1-27.
- 2015 American Accounting Association’s Notable Contribution to the Auditing Literature Award.
- 2008 Fox Musser Award for Excellence in Leadership for Teaching, Temple University
- 2008 & 2010 Fox MBA Faculty of the Year Award, Temple University
- 2004 & 2005 Beta Alpha Psi Teacher of the Year Award, Temple University
- 1997 Teacher of the Year Award, Business Honors Student Association, Temple University
- 2006 & 2013 Named to the Fox School of Business and Management’s Dean’s Research Honor Roll
- 2008, 2009 & 2010 Fox School of Business Crystal Teaching Award
- PwC INQuires Program Research Grant (with Jagan Krishnan and Hakjoon Song), 2009
- Center for Audit Quality Research Grant (with Tom Adams), 2014
- 2007 Appointed as a Merves Research Fellow
- 2006 & 2013 Named to the Fox School of Business and Management’s Dean’s Research Honor Roll
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Introductory Financial Accounting MBA core
- Financial and Managerial Accounting MBA Core
- Senior Seminar in Accounting (Undergraduate)
- PhD Seminar in Auditing and Corporate Governance
|Office:||Alter Hall 456|
|Research Interests:||Audit Quality, Auditor litigation, Regulation, Corporate Governance, International Audit, and Fraudulent Financial Reporting|
Jagan Krishnan is a Professor and Merves Senior Research Fellow in the department of Accounting. He is the coordinator of the Ph.D. program in Accounting and teaches undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral courses in auditing. He has over 30 years of teaching and professional experience in auditing and consulting.
After completing a doctorate at the Ohio State University, he joined Temple in 1991. He is the recipient of the 2003 Musser Award for Leadership in Teaching and the 2000 Beta Alpha Psi Teacher of the Year Award. His research interests are in the areas of audit quality, corporate governance, auditor litigation, regulation, and fraudulent financial reporting. He is an editor of Accounting Horizons (one of the three association-wide journals published by the American Accounting Association) and currently serves on the editorial boards of The Accounting Review, Accounting Horizons, Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance and Current Issues in Auditing. He has published articles in academic journals including The Accounting Review, Review of Accounting Studies, Contemporary Accounting Research, Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, Accounting Horizons, Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance, and Journal of Accounting and Public Policy. He is listed among prolific auditing researchers by two different studies. Prior to entering academia, he worked in the audit and consulting divisions of affiliates of Ernst & Young and KPMG.
- Krishnan, Jagan, Jayanthi Krishnan, and Hakjoon Song. 2017. PCAOB International Inspections and Audit Quality. The Accounting Review (forthcoming).
- Baber, William R., Jagan Krishnan, and Yinqi Zhang. 2014. Investor Perceptions of the Earnings Quality Consequences of Hiring an Affiliated Auditor. Review of Accounting Studies 19 (1): 69–102.
- Krishnan, Jagan, Chan Li, and Qian Wang. 2013. Auditor Industry Expertise and Cost of Equity. Accounting Horizons 27 (4): 667–691.
- Ye, Z. Shelly, Dana Hermanson, and Jagan Krishnan. 2013. Shareholder Voting in Director Elections and Initial SOX Section 404 Reports. Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance 28 (2), April, 103–127.
- Fung, Simon Y.K., Ferdi A. Gul, and Jagan Krishnan. 2012. City-Level Auditor Industry Specialization, Economies of Scale and Audit Pricing. The Accounting Review 87 (4), July, 1281–1307.
- Editor: Accounting Horizons
- Editorial Boards: The Accounting Review, Contemporary Accounting Research, Accounting Horizons, Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance, and Current Issues in Auditing.
- Listed among leading archival audit researchers (BYU Research Ranking System).
- PwC INQuires Program Grant (with Jayanthi Krishnan and Hakjoon Song), 2009.
- Merves Senior Research Fellow in recognition of achievements in research, Fox School of Business and Management, Temple University (2007 to present).
- Dean’s Research Honor Roll in recognition of outstanding research in the past year, Fox School of Business and Management, Temple University, October 2007.
- Harris, Erica, and Jagan Krishnan. 2012. The Impact of Tarnished Auditor Reputation on Nonprofit Income. International Journal of Auditing 16 (2), July, 130–146.
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Auditing (undergraduate)
- PhD Seminar in Auditing and Corporate Governance
- PhD Pro-Seminar (first year Accounting PhD students)
|Office:||Alter Hall 530|
|Research Interests:||Social media analytics, Healthcare analytics, Retail analytics, Supply chain management, Electronic commerce, Web advertisement, Cybersecurity, Econometric modeling, Project management, Scheduling, Combinatorial optimization, Web pricing, Database management|
Dr. Subodha Kumar joins the Fox School as a Full Professor within the Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management. He will hold secondary appointments within the Management Information Systems and Statistical Science departments. Kumar also will serve as the Director of Fox’s Center for Data Analytics.
Kumar arrives at Fox after holding the Carol and G. David Van Houten Professorship at Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School. He has held appointments at the University of Washington and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He also holds a Visiting Distinguished Professorship at the Dongbei University of Finance and Economics in China and a Visiting Professorship at the Indian School of Business in Hyderabad, India.
His research and teaching interests include healthcare analytics, social-media analytics, web analytics, and cybersecurity, among others. Kumar has published numerous papers in high quality journals and conferences. In addition, he has authored a book, and co-authored book chapters, Harvard Business School cases, and Ivey cases. He also holds a patent. Kumar serves as the deputy editor of Production and Operations Management and a senior editor of Decision Sciences.
Kumar studied at the University of Texas at Dallas, where he earned his PhD and MBA. He also received a Master’s degree from the Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from BIT Sindri, both in India.
Professor Lancioni is one of the leading world’s authorities on Supply Chain Management. In addition he has done substantial research in the areas of pricing, customer relationship management, and marketing management. He has published over 100 articles and referred proceedings and has written several monographs in the areas of supply chain management and marketing. He is on the editorial boards of the leading journals in supply chain management and pricing. Internationally, he has lectured in Europe, Japan, South America, Australia, Indonesia, England, Singapore, Malaysia, Canada, Central America, Poland, Italy, Ireland, Russia, China and Ghana on supply chain management and marketing. His current research focuses on the impact of the Internet on supply chain management and the changing role of customer service in firms. He is the recipient of the international logistics award-The Eccles Medal-given by the Society of Logistics Engineers for his contributions to the field of logistics management and education.
|Office:||Alter Hall 426|
|Research Interests:||Corporate Finance, Investment, Bankruptcy and Distress|
Yuanzhi Li is an assistant professor in Finance at Fox School of Business. Professor Li teaches courses in corporate finance and investment. She has been with Temple since 2009. Her primary research areas include corporate governance, investment, and Bankruptcy. Professor Li has been published in major journals including Journal of Financial Economics and Journal of Financial Markets. Professor Li received her Doctor of Philosophy in Finance from New York University.
- Li, Y. “A non-linear wealth transfer from shareholders to creditors around Chapter 11 filing”, Journal of Financial Economics, Vol 107, 2013, 183-198.
- Li, Y and Zhong, Z. “Investing in Chapter 11 stocks: trading, liquidity, and performance”, Journal of Financial Markets, Vol 16, 2013, 33-60.
- Corporate Finance Theory, Doctoral level
- Corporate Finance, Undergrad Level
- CNN Money, “Some companies go far to dodge shareholders”, May 2014
- New York Times, “Beware when the annual meeting is in Moosejaw”, May 2014
- Wall Street Journal, “How stock price relates to annual meetings: location, location, location”, April 2014
- Washington Post, “Shareholder meeting far away? Bad news could be brewing”, April 2014
- St. Louis Today, “Bankrupt airline proves to be a winning lottery ticket”, 2013
- CBS News, “Trading in shares of bankrupt companies”, 2013
|Office:||Alter Hall 440|
|Research Interests:||Corporate Governance, Accounting Regulation and Corporate Laws, Management Accounting, Financial Institutions|
Yi Liang joined the Accounting Department in Fall 2015. Dr. Liang deploys empirical archival methods to analyze accounting research questions. His research interests include financial and managerial accounting with a focus on the economic impact of corporate governance reforms and corporate laws. He is also interested in applying new methods, such as structural estimation and text analysis. He earned his Ph.D. and M.S. at the Carnegie Mellon University; and B.S. at Tsinghua University. He served as an instructor while completing his doctoral studies. He currently teaches Accounting Information Systems to B.B.A. and M.S.A. students.
- “Do Banks Manipulate Loan Origination Activities for Earnings Management with Loan Transfers?” Preparing for resubmission to Journal of Accounting and Economics.
- “Technical Debt and Firm Performance”, with R. Banker and N. Ramasubbu, Preparing for resubmission to The Accounting Review.
- “Evaluating Market-Based Corporate Governance Reform: Evidence from a Structural Analysis of Mandatory Auditor Rotation”
- “Director Liability Reduction Laws and Conditional Conservatism”, with S. Basu.
- “Cost Behavior”, with R. Banker, D. Byzalov, and S. Fang.
- “Disruption of the Earnings Generation Process”, with R. Banker and D. Bu.
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Accounting Information Systems (BBA)
- Accounting Information Systems (MSA)
Lu Lu joined the Ph.D. Program in 2014. She is a member of China Institute of Certified Public Accountants and has passed the uniform CPA exams of AICPA. Lu received her B.S. in Accounting at Tsinghua University. Prior to joining Temple, she worked at KPMG Beijing in the auditing department, and Tricor Consultancy in the financial service department. Her public accounting experience included assurance services, financial services and tax compliance works. Lu’s research interests are primarily in the field of auditing and financial disclosure.
|Office:||Alter Hall 511|
Xueming Luo is Charles Gilliland Chair Professor of Marketing, Professor of Strategic Management, Professor of Management Information Systems. He is the Founder/Director of the Global Center for big data in mobile analytics in the Fox School of Business at Temple University.
Recently, Xueming Luo has been ranked as the top 11th among all authors around the world (2007-2016 period) in the two AMA Journals (Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Marketing): https://www.ama.org/academics/Documents/Author-Productivity-AMA-Journals-2016.pdf). His name has also been ranked as the top 28th among all authors around the world in the same period in the premier Journals (Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Marketing, Journal of Marketing Research, Marketing Science) in the marketing discipline: https://www.ama.org/academics/Documents/Author-Productivity-Premier-Journals-2016.pdf).
Prior to joining Fox School, Dr. Luo was the Eunice and James L. West Distinguished Professor in the College of Business at the University of Texas at Arlington. He has been a visiting professor at Aalto University (Finland), University of Mannheim (Germany), Munich School of Management, LMU (Germany), Peking University (China), Fudan University (China), and University of Hong Kong (China Hong Kong). His current research focuses on mobile consumer behavior, big data marketing strategies, customer analytics with machine learning and networks visualization, gaming and virtual identity, social targeting ads, organizational strategies, and the financial value of marketing metrics. He is also one of the most prolific and influential leaders in the marketing-finance interface. Dr. Luo has been ranked first in terms of citations in the top five marketing journals: Journal of Marketing Research, Marketing Science, Journal of Marketing, Journal of Consumer Research and Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science from 2006-2010. He is also ranked among the top scholars contributing to the Journal of Marketing, a premier journal in the discipline, from 2006-2014. At Fox, he serves as Director of the Global Center on Big Data and Mobile Analytics. This Center is an essential part of a University-wide “Big Data Institute,’ which aims to facilitate research, education, industry practice, and technology transfer in the cross-disciplinary domain of big data, including Health Sciences, Social Media, Mobile Analytics, High-dimensional Statistics, among others. This Center has put together an inter-disciplinary team of marketing, information systems, computer science, neuroscience, and statistics faculty and PhD students for various research projects on big data. He has worked with leading global company partners in the mobile communications, online gaming, investment banking, retailing, health care, pharmaceutical, and petroleum industries. He has extensive global industry experience through executive consulting at many international firms, including Wal-Mart, Dell, SinoPetro, Unilever, and Procter & Gamble. Dr. Luo is also a stellar teacher and has a wide variety of international experience in teaching, MBA, PhD, and Executive MBA classes, including visiting professorships at the Munich School of Management and University of Mannheim in Germany, Aalto University in Finland, and University of Hong Kong, Fudan University and Peking University in China. Dr. Luo’s research has been published or forthcoming in Marketing Science, Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Marketing, Management Science, Harvard Business Review, MIT Sloan Management Review, Information Systems Research, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Consumer Psychology, and Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, among others. He has received many grants and awards recognizing his research leadership. He is an Associate Editor for the Journal of Marketing Research, an Editorial Review Board member for the Marketing Science, Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Marketing, and Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, and a reviewer for many other journals in marketing, management, retailing, consumer psychology, and international business.
- Competitive Price Targeting with Smartphone Coupons (with JP Dube, Z Fang, N Fong), Marketing Science, 2017 Forthcoming. PPT presentation
- Sunny, Rainy, Cloudy with a Chance of Mobile Promotion Effectiveness: 10-Million-User Field Study (with C Li, C Zhang, X Wang), Marketing Science, 2017 36 (5), September, 762–779.
- Self-Signaling and Pro-Social Behavior: a cause marketing mobile field experiment (with JP Dube and Z Fang), Marketing Science, 2017, 36(2), 161–186. PPT presentation
- Mobile Ad Effectiveness: Hyper-Contextual Targeting with Crowdedness (with M Andrews, Z. Fang, and A Ghose), Marketing Science, 2016, 35(2), 218-233. PPT presentation
- Fang, Z, B Gu, X Luo, and Y. Xu (2015), “Contemporaneous and Delayed Sales Impact of Location-Based Mobile Promotions,” Information Systems Research, 26 (September), 552-564. PDF
- N Fong, Z Fang, and X Luo (2015), “Geo-Conquesting: Competitive Locational Mobile Promotions,” Journal of Marketing Research, 52 (October), 726-735.PDF, PPT presentation
- Luo, X, M. Andrews, Z. Fang, and Z. Phang (2014), “Mobile Targeting,” Management Science, 60 (7), July, 1738-56.PDF, PPT presentation
- Nonlinear Role of Social Influence for Individual Goal Pursuit and Spending (with C Zhang, D Pang, Q Wu), Journal of Marketing, 2017, 81(November), 762-779.
- Expert Blogs and Consumer Perceptions of Competing Brands (with J Zhang, B Gu, and D Phang), 2017, MIS Quarterly, June, 41(2), 371-395.
- Omnichannel Promotion Effectiveness (with Y Zhang, F Zeng), Working paper 2017
- Targeted Promotions and Cross-Category Spillover Effects (with N. Fong, Y Zhang, X Wang), Working paper 2016.
- Modeling User Engagement in Mobile Content Consumption with Tapstream Data and Field Experiment (with Y Zhang, B Li, X Wang), Working paper 2016.
- Retargeting Ads for Shopping Cart Recovery: Evidence from Online Field Experiments (with T Moriguchi, G Xiong), Working paper 2016.
- Luo, X, H. Wang, S. Raithel, and Q. Zheng (2015), “Corporate Social Responsibility, Analyst Stock Recommendations, and Firm Future Returns,” Strategic Management Journal, 36 (1), 123–136.PDF
- M Andrews, X Luo, Z.Fang, and J Aspara (2014), “Cause Marketing Effectiveness and the Moderating Role of Price Promotions” Journal of Marketing, 78 (6), November, 120-42.PDF, PPT presentation
- Luo, Xueming, Vamsi Kanuri, and Michelle Andrews (2014), “How Does CEO Tenure Matter? The Mediating Role of Firm-Employee and Firm-Customer Relations,” Strategic Management Journal, 35 (4), April, 492-511.PDF
- Luo, Xueming, M. Andrews, Y. Song, and J. Aspara (2014), “Group-Buying Deal Popularity,” Journal of Marketing, 78: 20-33.PDF
- Q. Wu, X Luo, R Slotegraaf, and J Aspara (2015), “Sleeping with Rivals for Higher Returns on Innovation” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Forthcoming.
- Fang, Zheng, X Luo, and M. Keith (2014), “How Effective is Location-Targeted Mobile Advertising?” MIT Sloan Management Review, Forthcoming.
- S. Mani and X Luo (2015), “Product alliances, alliance networks, and shareholder value,” International Journal of Research in Marketing, Forthcoming.
- Fang, Zheng, Xueming Luo,M. Andrews, and C. Phang (2014), “Mobile Discounts: A Matter of Distance and Time,” Harvard Business Review, May, 92(5), 30.
- Luo, Xueming, Ran Zhang, Weining Zhang, Jaakko Aspara (2014), “Do Institutional Investors Pay Attention to Customer Satisfaction and Why?” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Forthcoming.PDF
- Luo, Xueming, Michael Wiles, and Sascha Raithel (2013), “How Polarizing is Your Brand?” Harvard Business Review, November.
- Luo, Xueming and Jennifer Zhang (2013), “How Do Consumer Buzz and Traffic in Social Media Marketing Predict the Value of the Firm,” Journal of Management Information Systems, Fall, 213-238.PDF
- Luo, Xueming, Sascha Raithel, and Michael Wiles (2013), “The Impact of Brand Dispersion on Firm Value,” Journal of Marketing Research, June, 399-415.PDF
- Luo, Xueming, Jennifer Zhang, and Wenjing Duan (2013), “Social Media and Firm Equity Value,” Information Systems Research, 24:146-163.PDF
- Luo, Xueming, V. Kanuri, and M. Andrews (2013), “Why Too Long CEO Tenure May Hurt Firm Performance?” Harvard Business Review, March.
- Fang, Zheng, Xueming Luo, and Minhua Jiang (2013), “Dynamic Effects of Service Recovery on Customer satisfaction,” Journal of Service Research, 16(3) 341- 355.PDF
- Luo, Xueming, Jan Wieseke, and Christian Homburg (2012), “Incentivizing CEOs to Build Customer- and Employee-Firm Relations for Higher Customer Satisfaction and Firm Value,” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 40(6), 745-58.PDF
- Luo, Xueming and Pieter de Jong (2012), “Does Advertising Spending Really Work? The Intermediate Role of Analysts in the Impact of Advertising on Firm Value,” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 40, 605-624.PDF
- Luo, Xueming and Shuili Du (2012), “Good Companies Introduce More Innovations” Harvard Business Review, 90 (4), April, 28-28.
- Luo, Xueming, Christian Homburg, and Jan Wieseke (2010), “Customer Satisfaction, Analyst Stock Recommendations, and Firm Value,” Journal of Marketing Research, 47(6), 1041-1058.PDF
- Luo, Xueming (2010), “Product Competitiveness and Beating Analyst Earnings Target,” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 38(3), 253-64.PDF
- Luo, Xueming (2009), “Quantifying the Long-Term Impact of Negative Word of Mouth on Cash Flow and Stock Price Volatility,” Marketing Science, 28(1), 148-65.PDF
- Luo, Xueming and CB Bhattacharya (2009), “Debate over Doing Good: Corporate Social Performance, Strategic Marketing Levers, and Firm-idiosyncratic Risk,” Journal of Marketing, 73(6), 198-213.PDF
- Mao, Huifang, Xueming Luo, and Shailendra Pratap Jain (2009), “Consumer Responses to Brand Elimination,”Journal of Consumer Psychology, 19, 280-9.PDF
- Luo, Xueming (2008), “When Marketing Strategy First Meets Wall Street: Marketing Spendings and Firms’ Initial Public Offerings (IPOs),” Journal of Marketing, 72(5), 98-109.PDF
- Luo, Xueming and Christian Homburg (2008), “Satisfaction, Complaint, and the Stock Value Gap,” Journal of Marketing, 72(4), 29-43.PDF
- Luo, Xueming, Maxwell Hsu, and Sandra Liu (2008), “An Institution Legitimacy Approach to the Customer Orientation—Trust—Performance Link,” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 36(2), 202-214.PDF
- Luo, Xueming (2007), “Consumer Negative Voice and Firm-Idiosyncratic Stock Returns,” Journal of Marketing, 71 (3), 75-88.PDF
- Luo, Xueming and Christian Homburg (2007), “Neglected Outcomes of Customer Satisfaction,” Journal of Marketing, 71 (2), 133-49.PDF
- Luo, Xueming, Aric Rindfleisch, and David Tse (2007), “Working with Rivals: The Impact of Competitor Alliances on Financial Returns to Competitor-Oriented Firms,” Journal of Marketing Research, 44(1), 73-83.PDF
- Wu, Weiping, Lianxi Zhou, and Xueming Luo (2007), “Internationalization and Performance of Born-Global SMEs: The Mediating Role of Guanxi Networks,” Journal of the International Business Studies, 38(4), 673-90.PDF
- Luo, Xueming and CB Bhattacharya (2006), “Corporate Social Responsibility, Customer Satisfaction, and Market Value,” Journal of Marketing, 70 (4), 1-18.PDF
- Luo, Xueming and Naveen Donthu (2006), “Marketing’s Credibility: A Longitudinal Study of Marketing Communication Productivity and Shareholder Value,” Journal of Marketing, 70 (4), 70-91.PDF
- Luo, Xueming, Rebecca Slotegraaf, and Xing Pan (2006), “Cross-Functional Coopetition: The Simultaneous Role of Cooperation and Competition within Firms,” Journal of Marketing,70 (2), 67-80.PDF
- Luo, Xueming, K. Sivakumar, and Sandra S. Liu (2005), “Marketing Resources, Globalization, and Performance: Evidence from China,” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 33 (1), 50-65.PDF
- Luo, Xueming (2005), “How Does Shopping with Others Matter to Individual Impulsive Purchasing?” Journal of Consumer Psychology, 15 (4), 288-294.
- Luo, Xueming (2004), “Data Envelopment Analysis: A Management Science Tool for Scientific Marketing Research,” Journal of Marketing Research, 42 (3), Book Review, 113-116.PDF
- Luo, Xueming, David Griffith, S. Liu, and Y. Shi (2004), “The Effects of Customer Relationships and Social Capital on Firm Performance: A Chinese Business Illustration,” Journal of International Marketing, 12 (4), 25-45.
- Liu, Sandra S., Xueming Luo, and Shi, Yi-Zheng (2002), “Integrating Customer Orientation, Corporate Entrepreneurship, and Learning Orientation in Organizations-in-Transition: An Empirical Study,” International Journal of Research in Marketing, 19 (4). 367-382.
- Luo, Xueming and Naveen Donthu (2002), “Advertising Maybe Inefficient Irrespective of How the Advertising Budget Was Set,” Journal of Advertising Research, 42 (2), 93-95.
- Luo, Xueming and Naveen Donthu (2001), “Benchmarking Advertising Efficiency,” Journal of Advertising Research, November/December, 41(6), 7-18.
- 2015 Marketing Big Data Conference at NYU Stern Business School
- 2014 Marketing Big Data Conference Univ Chicago Booth Business School
- 2013 Marketing Big Data Conference Temple Univ Fox Business School
Mission and Objectives: The mission of Global Center for Big Data and Mobile Analytics (GBM) in the Fox school of Business at Temple University is to become an inter-disciplinary leader in big data in mobile analytics. GBM will forge strategic partnership with the world’s largest mobile service providers in Asia, Europe, and beyond. GBM will nurture a global team of researchers from Marketing, Information Systems, Strategy, Finance, Statistics, Economics, Computer Science, Psychology, Sociology, Physics, and related fields at leading global universities. GBM will collaborate with other researchers and produce elite research publications on mobile-related topics such as targeting, commerce, optimization, consumer usage, cognitive science, emotions, data processing, user-technology interface, networks, apps, gaming, virtual identity, and more. GBM will also foster industry outreach and generate impact by helping managers solve mobile-related problems and commercializing its patents to benefit companies and society.
- Center Website
- Presentation DatesMarketing Seminar
- Syllabus 6390
- MARK6390 presentation dates
- Paper Presentation EVA
- Quiz 1(Dell example)
- Programming Analyses
- Individual Prest. Article Source FortuneIndiv. Prest. Article Forbes
- Business Elite JOURNALInternet Business Planning Samples
- Email Marketing Tips
- Peer Evaluation Form
- OSCAR Winners
- MB ads3
- How Motorola Squandered a Brandbuilding Opportunity& ipodNano
- Half.com & BuzzMarketing
- Alibaba.com & Yahoo!
- AOL Buys Blogging Company
|Office:||Speakman Hall 210|
|Research Interests:||Social Media, Broadband Policy, Complex Adaptive Systems|
Dr. Munir Mandviwalla is Associate Professor and founding chair of Management Information Systems at the Fox School of Business, Temple University. He is also the Executive Director of the Institute for Business and Information Technology.
Dr. Mandviwalla has published articles on collaborative systems, social media, virtual teams, software training, peer review, globalization, and universal access and use. His most recent work includes studies of social media in politics, social media strategy, and broadband policy. He is currently working on applying and studying the use of social media on higher education using complex adaptive systems theory. His publications have appeared (or are scheduled to appear) in Management Information Systems Quarterly (MISQ), Information Systems Research (ISR), ACM Transactions on Computer Human Interaction, Journal of Management Information Systems, Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, Decision Support Systems, Small Group Research, Communications of the ACM (CACM), Communications of the Association for Information Systems, Public Administration Review, and Information Systems Journal. His work has been supported by grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF), SIM Advanced Practices Council, Bell Atlantic, IBM, Microsoft Corporation, CIGNA Corporation, Advanta Corporation, Lotus Development Corporation, and Lilly Endowment, Inc. In 2000, IBM selected him for their Faculty Partnership Award in recognition for contributions to E-Business teaching and research. In 2002, The Claremont Graduate University recognized him with their Alumni Hall of Fame award.
Mandviwalla founded the Fox School’s MIS department in 2000 and has since led the department, including recruiting faculty and staff, building programs, forming partnerships that led to interdisciplinary programs in health informatics, digital marketing, entrepreneurship, and IT auditing. The MIS department is now recognized as one of the top programs in the world. US News and World Reports ranks the Fox School’s BBA in MIS in the top 15, and the Association for Information Systems (AIS) ranked the Fox MIS faculty number 1 in the world for research. Mandviwalla has also worked on building the profession including creating a global structure to involve students into AIS through student chapters, and more recently leading the creation of the first ever national analysis of jobs in information systems.
Mandviwalla holds a BSc in Systems Engineering from Boston University, a MBA from the Peter F. Drucker School of Management at Claremont Graduate University, and a Ph.D. in Management Information Systems from the Programs in Information Science at Claremont Graduate University.
- Munir Mandviwalla and Richard Watson (2014). Generating Capital from Social Media, MIS Quarterly Executive, Vol 13, No 2 (2014).
- Racherla, P., and Mandviwalla, M. (forthcoming). Moving From Access to Use of the Information Infrastructure: A Multi-level Socio-Technical Framework. Accepted for publication in Information Systems Research, 2013.
- Mandviwalla, M. Making capital out of chaos: Social media strategy. Society for Information Management – Advanced Practices Council Report (SIM APC), October 2012.
- Wattal, S., Schuff, D., Mandviwalla, M., Williams, C. B. (2010). Web 2.0 and Politics: The 2008 U.S. Presidential Election and an E-Politics Research Agenda. Management Information Systems Quarterly (MISQ). Volume 34, Number 4, December 2010, pp. 669-688.
- Racherla, P., Mandviwalla, M., & Connolly, D. (2012). Factors Affecting Consumers’ Trust in Online Product Reviews. Journal of Consumer Behavior, Vol 11, Issue 2, 94-104, March/April, 2012.
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- MIS 4596 – Information Systems Integration
|Office:||Alter Hall 416|
|Research Interests:||Agency Conflicts, Debt Contracting, Corporate Governance|
Dr. Connie X. Mao is an Associate Professor of Finance at Temple University Fox School of Business. She holds a doctorate in Finance from The Johnson School of Management at Cornell University (Ithaca, NY), and a doctorate in Biomedical Science from Cornell University Medical School (New York, NY). Her research expertise is corporate finance. Her primary research interest is in the areas of debt contracting, agency conflicts, and corporate innovation.
Specifically, Dr. Mao’s research examines the effect of agency conflicts on the financing decisions of firms and debt contracting, and how the resolution of these conflicts influences firm performance, corporate innovation, and the efficiency of security markets. She has published papers in Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, The Accounting Review, Journal of Corporate Finance, etc. She has been named to the Fox School Dean’s Research Honor Roll, a receipt the Andrisani-Frank Undergraduate Teaching Award and the FMA Outstanding Finance Professor Award.
- Earnings Management and Derivative Hedging with Fair Valuation: Evidence from the Effects of FAS 133, with Jongmoo Jay Choi and Arun D. Upadhyay; The Accounting Review 90, 1437-1467.
- Managerial Risk-Taking Incentive and Firm Innovation: Evidence from FAS 123R, with Chi Zhang; (Forthcoming at the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis)
- Shareholder Activism of Public Pension Funds: The Political Facet, with Yong Wang; Journal of Banking and Finance 60, 138-152.
- Corporate Risk Management under Information Asymmetry, with Jongmoo Jay Choi and Arun D. Upadhyay; Journal of Business Finance & Accounting 40, 239-271.
- Institutional Ownership Stability and the Cost of Debt Financing, with Elyas Elyasiani and Jingyi Jia; Journal of Financial Markets 13, 475-500.
- Why Firms Issue Callable Bonds: Hedging Investment Uncertainty, with Zhaohui Chen and Yong Wang; Journal of Corporate Finance 16, 588-607.
- Diversification and the Cost of Debt of Bank Holding Companies, with Esther Deng and Elyas Elyasiani; Journal of Banking and Finance 31, 2453–2473.
- Regulation Fair Disclosure and Earnings Information: Market, Analyst, and Corporate Responses, with Warren Bailey, Haitao Li, and Rui Zhong; Journal of Finance 58, 2487-2514.
- Interaction of the Debt Agency Problems and Optimal Capital Structure: Theory and Evidence, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 38, 399-423.
- Boettner Research Fellow, Temple University, 2003-present
- The Financial Management Association Teaching Award, Fox School of Business, 2008.
- The Andrisani-Frank Undergraduate Teaching Award, Fox School of Business, 2007
- Dean’s Research Honor Roll, Fox School of Business and Management, Temple University (2004, 2005)
- Temple University Summer Research Fellowship (2003, 2004, 2006, 2008)
- Outstanding PhD Student Paper Award at the 1999 Annual Meeting of the Southern Finance Association
- Cornell University Fellowship, 1996-2000
- Named Jack and Susan Rudin Scholar in the Biomedical Science, 1994-1996
- Recipient of The Vincent duVigneaud Academic Excellence Award in 1995
PhD Level Courses
Asset Pricing Theory & Financial Economics: Temple University
Teaching Evaluation: 4.5*
Graduate Level Courses
Investment Management: Temple University
Teaching Evaluation: 4.4*
Investments: Temple University
Teaching Evaluation: 4.6*
Average evaluations: Scale: 1=Very Poor, 5=Very Good
|Office:||Alter Hall 354|
Online MBA course: HRM 5051 Human Resources Management Strategies
- Faculty of the Year, Master of Science in Human Resource Management, Fox School of Business — 2016
- John DeAngelo Excellence in Teaching and Innovation Award, Fox School of Business — 2015
- Faculty of the Year (Singapore), Master of Science in Human Resource Management, Fox School of Business —2013, 2012
- Faculty of the Year, Part-Time MBA, Fox School of Business — 2014, 2011, 2010
- Faculty of the Year (Paris), Executive MBA, Fox School of Business — 2015, 2013, 2010
- Faculty of the Year, Executive MBA, Fox School of Business — 2015, 2010
- Temple University Great Teacher Award — 2006
- MBA Teacher of the Year, Fox School of Business — 2005
- Andrisani-Frank Award for Excellence in Teaching — 1993
|Office:||Alter Hall 513|
|Research Interests:||Consumer Decision Making and Sensory Processing|
Dr. Morrin’s current research focuses on examining how the human senses impact the consumer decision-making process. Her articles have been published in leading journals, such as the Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Marketing Research and the Journal of Consumer Psychology.
She is a member of the editorial review boards of the Journal of Marketing and the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing and is an area editor for the Journal of Consumer Psychology. Dr. Morrin has presented her research at many universities, as well as national and international conferences. Her corporate background includes five years in advertising (at Ted Bates) and brand management (at James River Corp and Playtex Family Products). Dr. Morrin has received external grants to support her research and several honors, including a Top Ten Reviewer Award from the Journal of Consumer Psychology and an outstanding reviewing award from the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing.
- Krishna, Aradhna, Maureen Morrin, and Eda Sayen, “Smellizing Cookies and Salivating: A Focus on Olfactory Imagery,” (2014) Journal of Consumer Research 41(June), 18-34.
- Morrin, Maureen, J. Jeffrey Inman, Susan M. Broniarczyk, Gergana Y. Nenkov and Jonathan Reuter, “Investing for Retirement: The Moderating Effect of Fund Assortment Size on the 1/n Heuristic,” (2012) Journal of Marketing Research. 49 (4), 537-550.
- Krishna, Aradhna, May Lwin, and Maureen Morrin, (2010) “Product Scent and Memory,” Journal of Consumer Research 37(June), 57-67.
- Nenkov, Gergana, J. Jeffrey Inman, John Hulland and Maureen Morrin, (2009) “The Impact of Outcome Elaboration on Susceptibility to Contextual and Presentation Biases,” Journal of Marketing Research, XLVI (December), 764-776.
- Krishna, Aradhna and Maureen Morrin, (2008) “Does Touch Affect Taste? The Perceptual Transfer of Product Container Haptic Cues,” Journal of Consumer Research, 34 (6), 807-818.
- Morrin, Maureen, Jonathan Lee and Greg Allenby, “Determinants of Trademark Dilution,” (2006) Journal of Consumer Research, 33 (September), 248-257.
- Morrin, Maureen and S. Ratneshwar (2003), “Does It Make Sense to Use Scents to Enhance Brand Memory?” Journal of Marketing Research, 40 (1), 10-25.
- Morrin, Maureen, Jacob Jacoby, Gita Johar, Xin He, Alfred Kuss, and David Mazursky (2002), “Taking Stock of Stockbrokers: Exploring Momentum Versus Contrarian Investor Strategies and Profiles,” Journal of Consumer Research, 29 (2), 188-198.
- Morrin, Maureen (1999), “The Impact of Brand Extensions on Parent Brand Memory Structures and Retrieval Processes,” Journal of Marketing Research, 36 (4), 517-525.
- Outstanding Reviewer Award, Journal of Public Policy & Marketing 2014
- MSCM Department Research Award, Temple University 2014
- Sheth Consortium Faculty Speaker 2013
- Session Leader, AMA Doctoral Symposium 2013
- Working Paper Co-Chair, ACR Conference 2012
- Leading Researcher Panelist, SCP Conference 2012
- Keynote Speaker, SKEMA Business School Research Camp, France 2011
- Invited Speaker, Sensory Branding Forum 2010
- Top Ten Reviewer Award Journal of Consumer Psychology 2009-2010
- ACR Doctoral Symposium Faculty Fellow 2009
- Quantitative Methods in Marketing Management MKTG3509
- Seminar in Behavioral Research in Marketing MKTG 9002
- Seminar in Marketing Theory Development MKTG 9001
- Harvard Business Review, “The Science of Sensory Marketing”
- Philly Voice, “The Science of . . . Advertising”
- The Michigan Daily, “Research makes smell a new technique for marketing”
- Canada.com, “Have your (imaginary) cake and smell it too”
- Business Standard, “Print headlines that let you imagine a smell”
- Chicago Tribune, “Self-control, smells and spending”
- Science Newsline Psychology, “Smellizing – Imagining a Product’s Smell – Increases Consumer Desire, Study Finds”
- Market Business News, “Smellizing – making consumers imagine a product’s smell”
- Consumerist, “Imagining The Smell Of Cake Will Actually Make You Buy More Cake, Researchers Find”
|Office:||Alter Hall 524|
|Research Interests:||Marketing Strategy, Digital Marketing, International Business, Branding, Customer and Supplier Relationship Management|
Susan M. Mudambi is Associate Professor of Marketing at the Fox School of Business, Temple University, and she has a secondary appointment in Management Information Systems. Her research addresses marketing strategy, international business. and the role of technology and social media in marketing.
She has special expertise in customer and supplier relationship strategy, including branding, outsourcing, and CRM. Her research is well-cited, with more than 1500 Google Scholar citations, and publications in MIS Quarterly, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Journal of Economic Geography, Industrial Marketing Management, and Journal of International Management. She has extensive teaching experience in undergraduate, MBA, executive and doctoral programs in the U.S. and Europe. Her managerial experience includes positions at Bell+Howell and IBM, and in the political arena as a lobbyist and analyst. She earned a BA from Miami University, a M.S. from Cornell University and a PhD from the University of Warwick.
- Haakonsson, Stine, Jensen, Peter Ørberg, and Susan M. Mudambi (2013), “A Co-Evolutionary Perspective on the Drivers of International Sourcing of Pharmaceutical R&D to India,” Journal of Economic Geography, 13 (4), July, 677-700.
- Graf, Michael, Susan M. Mudambi, Bodo Schlegelmilch, and Stephen Tallman (2013), “Outsourcing of Customer Relationship Management: Implications for Customer Satisfaction,” Journal of Strategic Marketing, 21 (1), February, 68-81.
- DiRusso, David, Susan M. Mudambi, and David Schuff (2011), “Determinants of Prices in an Online Marketplace,” Journal of Product and Brand Management, 20 (5), September, 420-428.
- Chelekis, Jessica and Susan M. Mudambi (2010), “MNCs and Micro-Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies: The Case of Avon in the Amazon,” Journal of International Management, 16 (4), December, 412-424.
- Mudambi, Susan M. and Stephen Tallman (2010), “Make, Buy or Ally? Theoretical Perspectives on Knowledge Process Outsourcing Through Alliances,” Journal of Management Studies, 47 (8), December, 1434-1456.
- Mudambi, Susan M. and David Schuff (2010), “What Makes a Helpful Online Review? A Study of Customer Reviews on Amazon.com,” MIS Quarterly, 34 (1), March, 185-200.
- Makarem, Suzanne C., Susan M. Mudambi, and Jeffrey S. Podoshen (2009), “Satisfaction in Technology-Enabled Service Encounters,” Journal of Services Marketing, 23 (3), 134-144.
- Mudambi, Susan M., Terence A. Oliva, and Ellen F. Thomas (2009), “Industrial Marketing Firms and Knowledge Transfer: Toward a Basic Typology of Community Structures,” Industrial Marketing Management, 38 (2), February, 181-190.
- Outstanding Service Award, Fox School of Business Marketing & Supply Chain Management Department, 2014.
- Roundtable Member, Center for Innovation in Technology and Learning, Fox School of Business, Temple University, 2013-present.
- Crystal Apple Outstanding Teaching Award, Fox School of Business, 2013.
- Best Paper Award for the Emerging Markets Track of the 2012 American Marketing Association (AMA) Summer Educators’ Conference, August, Chicago, for the paper,“MNCs and Food Security in Emerging Markets: Provocations from India,” co-authored with Thomas Reardon and Bart Minten. $1000 prize.
- American Marketing Association (AMA) Professor of the Year (2010), awarded by the AMA Chapter of the Fox School of Business, Temple University.
- Outstanding Service Award, Fox School of Business Marketing Department, 2010.
- Emerging Scholar Award in Women’s Entrepreneurship (June 2010), sponsored by the International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship (IJGE) and Women in the Academy of International Business (WAIB), for the paper, “Direct Sales, Gender and Micro-Entrepreneurship in Amazonian Brazil”, co-authored with Jessica Chelekis.
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Marketing Strategy – undergraduate, PhD
- Consumer Behavior – undergraduate, MBA
- Digital Marketing – undergraduate, MBA
- Sales & Sales Management – undergraduate
- International Marketing – undergraduate
|Office:||Alter Hall 548|
|Research Interests:||Technology and innovation management, studying both multinational as well as entrepreneurial firms and the geography of innovation.|
Ram Mudambi is Professor and Perelman Senior Research Fellow at the Fox School of Business, Temple University. Previously he served on the faculties of Case Western Reserve University, the University of Reading (UK) and the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. He is a Fellow of the Academy of International Business. He is a visiting Professor at Henley Business School, University of Reading, an Honorary Professor at the Center of International Business, University of Leeds (CIBUL) and a member of advisory council of the University of Bradford Centre in International Business (BCIB). He has served as a Visiting Professor at a number of universities including Bocconi (Italy), Uppsala (Sweden), Sydney (Australia) and Copenhagen Business School (Denmark). He holds a Master’s degree from the London School of Economics and a Ph.D. from Cornell University.
His current research projects focus on the geography of innovation and the governance of knowledge-intensive processes. He has served as an Associate Editor of the Global Strategy Journal (2010-2013) and is an Area Editor at the Journal of International Business Studies (2013-2016). He has published over 80 peer-reviewed articles, including work in the Journal of Political Economy, the Journal of Economic Geography, the Strategic Management Journal and the Journal of International Business Studies. He has been a special issue editor for the Journal of Economic Geography, the Journal of Management Studies and the International Business Review. He serves on the editorial boards numerous journals.
- Knowing when to leap: transitioning between exploitative and explorative R&D (with T.Swift), Strategic Management Journal, vol.35(1), pp.126-145, 2014.
- Clusters, connectivity and catch-up: Bollywood and Bangalore in the global economy (with M.Lorenzen), Journal of Economic Geography, vol.13(3), pp.501-534, 2013.
- Catch-up strategies in the Indian auto components’ industry: Domestic firms’ responses to market liberalization (with A.Kumaraswamy, H.Saranga and A.Tripathy), Journal of International Business Studies, vol.43(4), pp.368-395, 2012.
- Location, control and innovation in knowledge-intensive industries, Journal of Economic Geography, vol.8(5), pp.699-725, 2008.
- The survival of international new ventures (with S.Zahra), Journal of International Business Studies, vol.38(2), pp.333-352, 2007.
- MNE competence-creating subsidiary mandates (with J.A.Cantwell), Strategic Management Journal, vol.26(12), pp.1109-1128, 2005.
- Is knowledge power? Knowledge flows, subsidiary power and rent-seeking within MNCs (with P.Navarra), Journal of International Business Studies, vol.35(5), pp.385-406, 2004.
- The “close but adversarial model” of supplier relations in the US auto industry, (with S.Helper). Strategic Management Journal, vol.19(8), pp.775-792, 1998.
- A non-parametric investigation of duration-dependence in the American business cycle (with L.W.Taylor). Journal of Political Economy, vol.99(3), Jun., pp.654-656, 1991.
- Reverse knowledge transfers in MNEs: subsidiary innovativeness and entry modes (with L.Piscitello and L.Rabbiosi), Long Range Planning, vol.47(1-2), pp.49-63, 2014.
- How subsidiaries gain power in multinational corporations (with T.Pedersen and U.Andersson), Journal of World Business, vol.49(1), pp.101-113, 2014.
- MNEs as border-crossing multi-location enterprises: the role of discontinuities in geographic space (with S.Beugelsdijk), Journal of International Business Studies, vol.44(5): 413-426, 2013.
- The Red Queen in action: The longitudinal effects of capital investments in the mobile telecommunications sector (with R.Banker, Z.Cao and N.Menon), Industrial and Corporate Change, Vol.22(5), pp. 1195-1228, 2013.
- Advancing science on the knife’s edge: Integration and specialization in management Ph.D. programs (with T.J. Hannigan and W.Kline), Academy of Management Perspectives, vol.26(3), Aug., pp.83-105, 2012.
- EMNE catch-up strategies in the wind turbine industry: Is there a trade-off between output and innovation capabilities? (with S.Awate and M.M.Larsen), Global Strategy Journal, vol.2(3), pp.205-223, 2012.
- Global Enterprise Management. Fox Executive MBA program, Temple University,
Philadelphia, 2001-2010; Singapore, 2012
- Strategy Formulation and Implementation (Capstone Course), Temple University Japan,
Tokyo, Executive MBA program, Summer 2000 onwards. CV: Ram Mudambi, May 2014
- Competing on an International Scale, Senior Executive Program, Bocconi University, Milan,
Italy, March 2009.
- International Business Strategy, Steinbeis Executive Program, Bocconi University, Milan,
Italy, June 2006.
- Knowledge Management, Steinbeis Executive Program, Bocconi University, Milan, Italy, June
- Motorola Corporate Executive Education Program, Temple University, 2004-05.
- News Works, “Does Philadelphia Pay More for Cable? It’s Hard to Know?”
- Michigan Business Network, “Discussion with Dr. Ram Mudambi About Knowledge Clusters”
- Business Line, “Tips for Research Scholars to Get Published”
- Harvard Business Review, “Sometimes Cutting R&D Spending Can Yield More Innovation”
- Region’s Business, “The Interconnectedness of Global Economic Geography and Innovation”
- Harvard Business Review, “Should Marketing or R&D Have More Power?”
|Office:||Alter Hall 418|
|Research Interests:||Corporate Board Structure, Executive Compensation|
Dr. Lalitha Naveen is Associate Professor of Finance at Temple University. She has degrees in Chemical Engineering and MBA, and a PhD in Finance from Arizona State University. Her field of expertise is empirical corporate finance. Her primary research focus is in the areas of corporate board structure and executive compensation.
Specifically, Dr. Naveen’s research investigates the factors that determine the particular corporate governance mechanisms adopted by firms and how these mechanisms, in turn, affect firm policies and firm value. Her research papers have received Best Paper Awards and have been published in top finance and accounting journals including Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, and Journal of Accounting and Economics. She has taught in the undergraduate, MBA, and doctoral programs and has received the Outstanding Faculty of the Year Award as well as the Temple University Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award in recognition of her teaching excellence. She has previously taught at Purdue University and Georgia State University. She has presented or discussed papers at various conferences and academic venues including the American Finance Association, the Western Finance Association, New York University, Columbia University, and the S.E.C. Before doing her PhD, Dr. Naveen worked for four years in the financial services industry primarily in credit analysis and equity analysis.
- Co-opted Boards, with Jeff Coles and Naveen Daniel; Review of Financial Studies, Forthcoming
- Does the Use of Peer Groups Contribute to Higher Pay and Less Efficient Compensation?, with John Bizjak and Mike Lemmon; Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 90, 152-168; 29 citations*
- Do Firms Manage Earnings to Meet Dividend Thresholds?, Naveen Daniel and Dave Denis; Review of Financial Studies, Vol. 45, 2-29; 15 citations*
- Boards: Does One Size Fit All?, with Jeff Coles and Naveen Daniel; Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 87, 329-356; 192 citations*
- Managerial Incentives and Risk-Taking, with Jeff Coles and Naveen Daniel; Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 79, 431-468; 149 citations*
- Organizational Complexity and Succession Planning; Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Vol. 41, 661-684; 19 citations*
- Organizational Complexity and CEO Labor Markets: Evidence from Diversified Firms, with Tammy Berry, John Bizjak, and Mike Lemmon; Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 12, 797-817; 12 citations*
- The Advisory Role of Multinational Directors in U.S. Firms, with Naveen Daniel and John McConnell
- Sources of Financial Flexibility: Evidence from Cash Flow Shortfalls, with Naveen Daniel and Dave Denis
- Board Advising, with Jeff Coles and Naveen Daniel
- Costs of Performance Pricing Provisions, with Yan Hu and Connie Mao
- No Asymmetry in Pay for Luck, with Naveen Daniel and Lily Li
*Citations above refer to SSCI/Scopus citations; Google Scholar Citations = 2419, Downloads of working papers on SSRN = 10,250
- Temple University Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award (2014)
- Best Discussant Award at the Drexel Corporate Governance Conference (2014)
- Outstanding MBA Faculty of the Year (2012)
- Deaver Research Fellow (2009-2015)
- Dean’s Research Roll 2009
- Best Paper Award at Conference for Corporate Governance and Fraud Prevention at George Mason University (2008) for “Co-opted Boards: Causes and Consequences”
- Best Paper Award at the Northern Finance Conference (2002) for “Organizational complexity and CEO labor markets: Evidence from diversified firms”
- BSI Gamma Grant for the project “Boards: Does one size fit all?”, 2003
- University-wide Research Initiation Grant for “Boards: Does one size fit all?”, 2003
- Summer Research Grant, Georgia State University, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
- Jack D. Furst Dissertation Fellowship, Arizona State University: 1999-2000, 2000-2001
- IBM Outstanding Minority Graduate Student, Arizona State University: 2000-2001
- Regent’s Graduate Academic Scholarship, Arizona State University: 1996-2000
- Merit Award for standing third overall in the 1992 graduating MBA class
- Merit Scholarship from Bharat Petroleum Corporation, India: 1986-1990
PhD Level Courses
Corporate Finance Seminar: Temple University, Purdue University, Georgia State University
Teaching Evaluation: 4.8*
Graduate Level Courses
Corporate Finance Seminar: Temple University, Purdue University, Georgia State University (students from MSF, full and part-time MBA, executive MBA and international MBA programs)
Teaching Evaluation: 4.6*
Corporate Finance: Temple University, Purdue University, Arizona State Unviersity
Teaching Evaluation: 4.7
Average evaluations: Scale: 1=Very Poor, 5=Very Good
- Atlanta Business Chronicle
- Business Week
- Chicago Sun?Times
- Fox 29 TV
- Gwinett Daily Post
- KYW News Radio
- LA Times
- Marketplace Business, “The complicated formula — and incentives — behind CEO pay”
- Nashville Business Journal
- Temple University News
- The Statesman
- The Financial Times (Singapore)
- The Hindu
- USA Today
- Wall Street Journal
- Wall Street Journal Europe
|Office:||Alter Hall 343|
|Research Interests:||Staffing, Meta-Analysis Methods, Leadership Development|
Dr. In-Sue Oh (PhD, Tippie College of Business, University of Iowa) is the Charles E. Beury Professor in the Department of Human Resource Management at the Fox School of Business, Temple University. Before joining Temple University, he was a faculty member at the University of Alberta and Virginia Commonwealth University.
His research and teaching interests include personnel selection constructs (e.g., personality, cognitive ability) and methods (meta-analysis, employment interviews), strategic human resource management and human capital resources, and person-organization relationships (e.g., person-organization fit, support). Dr. Oh has published over 20 scholarly articles in top tier journals such as the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. He has received multiple scholarly awards including the two most prestigious early career contributions awards in his field of research: the 2014 Early Career Achievement Award from the Academy of Management (AOM) HR Division and the 2016 Distinguished Early Career Contributions Award from the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP). He is also the recipient of the two most prestigious scholarly achievement awards in his field of research: the 2016 AOM HR Division Scholarly Achievement Award and the 2017 William A. Owens Scholarly Achievement Award from SIOP. He currently serves on the editorial review boards of the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, Journal of Management, and Journal of Organizational Behavior, Leadership Quarterly, and Journal of Business and Psychology and served as an Associate Editor of the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology.
He would welcome collaborations with doctoral students on projects related to personnel selection procedures (e.g., employment interviews, personality) and methods, leadership development, strategic human resource management, person-environment fit, and meta-analysis methods.
- Oh, I.-S., Blau, G., Han, J., Kim, S. (2017). Human capital factors affecting human resource (HR) managers’ commitment to HR and the mediating role of perceived organizational value on HR. Human Resource Management, 56(2), 353-368.
- Le, H., Oh, I.-S., Schmidt, F. L., & Wooldridge, C. (2016). Correction for range restriction in meta-analysis revisited: Improvements and implications for organizational research. Personnel Psychology, 69(4), 975-1008.
- Oh, I.-S., Kim, S., & Van Iddekinge, C. H. (2015). Take it to another level: Do personality-based human capital resources matter to firm performance? Journal of Applied Psychology, 100(2), 935-947.
- Choi, D., Oh, I.-S., & Colbert, A. (2015). Understanding commitment at work: A meta-analytic examination of the roles of the Five-Factor Model of personality and culture. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100(5), 1542-1567.
- Oh, I.-S., Guay, R. P., Kim, K., Harold, C. M., Lee, J.-H., Heo, C.-G., & Shin, K.-H. (2014). Fit happens globally: A meta-analytic comparison of the relationships of person-environment fit dimensions with work attitudes and performance across East Asia, Europe, and North America. Personnel Psychology, 67(1), 99-152.
- Schmidt, F. L., & Oh, I.-S. (2013). Methods for second order meta-analysis and illustrative applications. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 121(2), 204-218.
- Oh, I.-S., Wang, G., & Mount, M. K. (2011). Validity of observer ratings of the Five-Factor Model of personality: A meta-analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology, 96(4), 762-773.
- Chiaburu, D. S., Oh, I.-S., Berry, C. M., Li, N., & Gardener, R. G. (2011). The Five-Factor Model of personality traits and organizational citizenship behaviors: A meta-analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology, 96(6), 1140-1166.
- Le, H., Oh, I.-S., Robbins, S. B., Ilies, R., Holland, E., & Westrick, P. (2011). Too much of a good thing? The curvilinear relationships between personality traits and job performance. Journal of Applied Psychology, 96(1), 113-133.
- Oh, I.-S., & Berry, C. M. (2009). The Five-Factor Model of personality and managerial performance: Validity gains through the use of 360 degree performance ratings. Journal of Applied Psychology, 94(6), 1498-1513.
- Mount, M. K., Oh, I.-S., & Burns, M. (2008). Incremental validity of perceptual speed and accuracy over general mental ability. Personnel Psychology, 61(1), 113-139.
- 2017 William A. Owens Scholarly Achievement Award, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)
- 2016 Distinguished Early Career Contributions Award, SIOP
- 2016 Scholarly Achievement Award, Academy of Management’s HR Division
- 2016 Gallup Korea Research Award (1st place), Gallup Korea and the Korean Association for Survey Research
- 2015 Journal of Organizational Behavior (JOB) Best Reviewer Award
- 2014 Early Career Achievement Award, Academy of Management’s HR Division
- 2013-2016 Dean’s Research Honor Roll, Fox School of Business, Temple University
- 2013 Joyce and Robert Hogan Award for Personality and Performance from the SIOP Foundation
Temple University, Department of Human Resource Management
- HRM 1901/1101: Leadership and Organizational Management
- HRM 9001: Managing Human Resources (Doctoral Seminar)
- HRM 9090: Meta-analysis and Research Synthesis Methods (Doctoral Seminar)
- Wall Street Journal, “Job Hunting? Dig up those Old SAT scores: Employers still want candidates’ test results—Sometimes Decades Later”
- Association for Pyschological Science, “How Your Culture Affects Your Work Attitude”
- I/O at Work, “The Consequences of Fit Across Cultures”
- HQ Asia, “The Importance of Work Relationships in East Asia”
- Occupational Digest, “Stretching Emotional Limits Leads to Bad Behaviour at Work”
- Forbes, “A Victor in the Science Wars”
|Office:||Speakman Hall 201E|
|Research Interests:||IT Business Value, Information Economics|
- Pang, M.-S., Tafti, A., and Krishnan, M.S. (2014) “Information Technology and Administrative Efficiency in U.S. State Governments – A Stochastic Frontier Approach,” MIS Quarterly (38:4) pp. 1079-1101.
- Pang, M.-S., Lee, G., and DeLone, W. (2014) “IT Resources, Organizational Capabilities, and Value Creation in the Public Sector Organizations – Public Value Management Perspective,” Journal of Information Technology (20:3), pp. 187-205 (AIS Senior Scholars’ Basket of Journals, 2013 impact factor – 3.789).
- Etzion, H. and Pang, M.-S. (2014) “Complementary Online Services in Competitive Markets: Maintaining Profitability in the Presence of Network Effects,” MIS Quarterly (38:1) pp. 231-248.
- Pang, M.-S. (2014) “IT Governance and Business Value in the Public Sector Organizations – The Role of Elected Representatives in IT Governance and Its Impact on IT Value in U.S. State Governments,” Decision Support Systems (59:1) pp. 274-285.
- Pang, M.-S. and Etzion, H. (2012) “Analyzing Pricing Strategies for Online Services with Network Effects,” Information Systems Research (23:4), pp. 1364-1377.
- Pang, M.-S., Suh, W., Kim, J.-H., and Lee, H. (2009) “A Benchmarking-Based Requirement Analysis Methodology for Improving Websites,” International Journal of Electronic Commerce (13:3), pp. 119-162.
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
- Ross School of Business, Doctoral Studies Fellowship, 2006 – 2011
- Information Systems Executive Forum (ISEF) Fellowship, 2006 – 2011
- Gilbert and Ruth Whitaker Fellowship, 2011
- Robert D. and Janet E. Neary Fellowship, 2009
- Rackham Conference Travel Grant, 2007 – 2010
School of Business, George Mason University
- Management and Control of Information Systems
- Introduction to Business Information Systems
|Office:||Alter Hall 561|
|Research Interests:||Global Strategic Management, International Joint Ventures, Alliances and Networks|
Arvind Parkhe is the Laura H. Carnell Professor at the Fox School of Business, Temple University. He is the recipient of numerous research, teaching, and service awards.
In research, Professor Parkhe won the AIB Best Dissertation Award , JIBS Decade Award , and several best paper awards at national and international conferences, including most recently the AIB Southwest  Annual Conference Best Paper Award. He is also a highly-cited author, consistently ranking in the top five in international business/global strategy literatures. Professor Parkhe has published in all the top journals in his field, and has served on the editorial boards of several journals, including as Editor of the prestigious Academy of Management Review.
He has won teaching awards at the PhD, Masters, and Undergraduate levels, at Indiana University [1989-2003] and at Temple University [2003-present]. At Temple, he served as the MBA Programs managing director.
Professor Parkhe was recognized for his service contributions with the Musser Outstanding Service Award  and the Temple University Faculty Service Excellence Award . He currently serves as Chair of the Strategic Management Department and as Vice President of the Consortium for Undergraduate International Business Education.
- Parkhe, A. (2011) “Form follows function? Interorganizational networks as a strategic imperative for global strategies”, Global Strategy Journal, 1:86-89.
- Parkhe, A. (2010). “Research Issues and Future Directions in Strategic Alliances”, International Journal of Strategic Business Alliances, 1: 392-397.
- Parkhe, Arvind, & Kim, J.H. (2009), “Competing Similarity and Cooperating Similarity in Global Strategic Alliances,” British Journal of Management, 20: 364-376.
- Parkhe, Arvind (2007), “Japan’s Network Economy: Structure, Persistence, and Change,” Academy of Management Review, 32: 303-307.
- Parkhe, Arvind (2007), “International Outsourcing of Services,” Journal of International Management, 13: 3-6.
- Parkhe, Arvind, Wasserman, S., & Ralston, D. A. (2006), “New Frontiers in Network Theory Development,” Academy of Management Review, 31: 560-569.
- Dhanaraj, C., & Parkhe, Arvind (2006), “Orchestrating Innovation Networks,” Academy of Management Review, 31: 659-669.
- Parkhe, Arvind (2006), “Research Methods in Alliances,” in Handbook of Strategic Alliances, O. Shenkar and J. Reuer (eds.), Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, pp. 369-380.
- 2014 Best Paper Award, Academy of International Business Southwest Chapter, Strategic Management Track [with Omer Genc and J.J. Choi], “How Do International Acquisitions Affect the Competitiveness of Companies?”, Dallas.
- Author with highest citations and highest average citations per paper of all Academy of International Business [AIB] best dissertation award winners and finalists [1987-2012], according to “The research productivity of the AIB Farmer Award Finalists,” Daniel O’Connell and Alan Rugman, Multinational Business Review, 21:4, November 2013.
- Ranked as an impactful, highly-cited scholar in Management research in past 3 decades, both in citations and in number of pages indexed by Google, in “Scholarly Impact Revisited,” Academy of Management Perspectives, 2012: 105-132.
- Ranked in top 5% in number of publications and in top 9% in citations per paper in a study of 65 Management journals in the ISI database, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, 2010.
- Laura H. Carnell Professor, Temple University, 2008.
- Dean’s Research Honor Roll, Fox School, 2007.
- Chair, Academy of International Business Best Paper Award Committee, 2007.
- Guest Editor, Journal of International Management Special Issue, “International Outsourcing of Services: Expanding the Research Agenda,” 2007.
- Ranked as the author with highest research volume (articles in top-tier journals) and research impact (citations) in International Management, as reported by M.W. Peng & J.Q. Zhou (2006), “Most Cited Articles and Authors in Global Strategy Research,” Journal of International Management, 12: 490-508.
- Guest Editor (with S. Wasserman and D.A. Ralston), Academy of Management Review (AMR) Special Issue, “Building Effective Networks,” 2006. [JVC list A journal]
- Academy of International Business (AIB) “Best Paper Award” and “Haynes Prize” Selection Committee, 2005.
- Academy of International Business (AIB) “Best Paper Award” and “Haynes Prize” Selection Committee, 2004.
- Ranked as the most prolific author in the International Management literature, 1991 – 2000, as reported by Jane W. Lu (2003), “The Evolving Contributions in International Strategic Management Research,” Journal of International Management, 9(2): 193 – 213.
- JIBS Decade Award. Designed to “recognize the most influential paper published in the Journal of International Business Studies one decade before the Annual Conference,” 2001.
- Distinguished Paper Award, Midwest Academy of International Business Conference, 1998.
- Editor Nominee of the Academy of Management Review. On the short list for selection as the next editor of the foremost theory journal in Management, 1998.
- Fifth-most prolific author in International Strategic Management, as reported by Franz T. Lohrke and Gary D. Bruton (1997), “Contributions and Gaps in International Strategic Management Literature,” Journal of International Management, 3(1): 25 – 57.
- Academy of Management Review Best Article Award Nominee, 1993.
- Richard N. Farmer Outstanding Dissertation Award, Academy of International Business, 1990.
- Barry M. Richman Best Dissertation Award Finalist, International Management Division, Academy of Management, 1990.
- Fox Crystal Apple Award for Teaching Excellence, 2013
- MBA Best Teacher of the Year Award, 2012
- MBA Best Teacher of the Year Award, 2006
- Andrisani-Frank Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Award, 2004-2005
- MBA Core Global Strategy Module Design and Delivery, Indiana University, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003
- Dean’s Citation for Teaching Excellence, 2002
- Dean’s Citation for Teaching Excellence, 2001
- Dean’s Citation for Teaching Excellence, 2000
- Indiana University Teaching Excellence Recognition Award (TERA), 2000
- Kelley School of Business Innovative Teaching Award (ITA) Nominee, 2000
- Dean’s Citation for Teaching Excellence, 1999
- Indiana University FACET Award (Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching), a University-wide award to “recognize and honor the most exemplary teachers across all eight campuses of Indiana University,” 1998.
- Dean’s Citation for Teaching Excellence, 1998
- Dean’s Citation for Teaching Excellence, 1997
- Kelley School of Business Doctoral Student Association Distinguished Teaching Award, 1997
- Dean’s Citation for Teaching Excellence, 1996
- Dean’s Citation for Teaching Excellence, 1995
- Schuyler F. Otteson Teaching Excellence Award, 1994
- Harry C. Sauvain Undergraduate Teaching Award Nominee, 1994
|Office:||Alter Hall 334|
|Research Interests:||Data Analytics, Electronic Commerce, Digital Business Strategy|
Dr. Paul A. Pavlou is Senior Associate Dean responsible for Research, Doctoral Programs, and Strategic Initiatives at the Fox School of Business a. He is also the Milton F. Stauffer Professor of IT & Strategy. He also serves as the co-director of the Data Science Institute at Temple University.
Dr. Pavlou oversees all research activities at the Fox School, and is responsible for the development and mentoring of research faculty and PhD students. During his tenure, five departments in the Fox School have been ranked among the top 10 in the nation in terms of research productivity. He also oversees over $5 million in research grants.
Dr. Pavlou is also responsible for all doctoral programs at the Fox School, such as the PhD in Business Administration, PhD in Statistics, the inter-disciplinary PhD program in Decision Neuroscience, and the Executive Doctorate in Business Administration (EDBA).
He was ranked first in the world in publications in the two top Management Information Systems (MIS) journals, MIS Quarterly and Information Systems Research, for 2010-2014. His work has been cited over 21,000 times by Google Scholar. In 2013, he was recognized by Thomson Reuters as one of “the World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds” based on analysis of highly cited research authors during the 2002-2012 period.
He received his PhD in Information Systems from the University of Southern California, where he also earned a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. He completed his undergraduate studies at Rice University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Management.
|Office:||Alter Hall 448|
- Ph.D., University of Oregon
- M.B.A., University of Washington
- B.A., University of Washington
- Use of accounting numbers in debt contracts
- Accounting choices and financial distress
- Impact of SEC Regulation on firms’ accounting choices
After earning his doctoral degree from the University of Oregon in 1988, Eric began his career at SUNY-Buffalo. The durability of western New York winters soon exceeded his patience (having been raised in Miami), so, after a visit at the Fuqua School of Duke University, he moved to Philadelphia (where his wife has relatives) to join the Fox School of Business at Temple University in 1992.
Dr. Press has been an active researcher, publishing in journals such as Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, The Accounting Review, Contemporary Accounting Research, Review of Accounting Studies, and the Journal of Business Finance and Accounting. He taught a variety of accounting courses at the undergraduate, Masters, and Ph.D. levels.
As chairman of the Department of Accounting at Temple since 2006, Eric has crossed a number of items off his to-do list. He revised the undergraduate curriculum to make learning more effective for students; recruited several nationally prominent Accounting scholars; signed up founding members of the Temple Accounting Circle to support faculty research, Ph.D. students, and professional development activities; initiated a Masters of Accountancy program that begins in 2011; and, in 2014, oversaw fund raising and an Alumni Reunion Dinner that together raised more than $700,000 for scholarships, and aims to attain AACSB Department of Accounting accreditation in 2018. These accomplishments evidence Eric’s dedication to accounting education and research.
- “Insider Trading and Earnings Management in Distressed Firms,” with M. D. Beneish and M. Vargus. Contemporary Accounting Research (March 2012).
- “Accounting Rates of Return Revisited: Evidence of their Usefulness in Estimating Economic
- Returns,” with M. Danielson. Review of Accounting Studies 8 (December 2003).
- “The North American Industry Classification System and Its Implications for Accounting
- Research,” with J. Krishnan. Contemporary Accounting Research 20 (Winter 2003).
- “Costs of Technical Violation of Accounting‑based Debt Covenants,” with M. D. Beneish.
- The Accounting Review 68 (April 1993).
- “Accounting‑Based Constraints in Public and Private Debt Agreements: Their Association with
- Leverage and Impact on Accounting Choice,” with J. Weintrop. Journal of Accounting and
- Economics 12 (January 1990).
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Capital Markets Research (PhD)
- Intermediate Accounting (BBA)
- Financial Accounting (BBA)
- Accounting Bootcamp (MSA)
- Financial Accounting (MBA)
|Office:||Alter Hall 516|
Dr. Crystal Reeck joins the faculty from Columbia University’s School of Business, where she served as a Postdoctoral Research Scholar and Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Decision Making and Negotiations Cross Disciplinary area.
She has accepted a Tenure-Track appointment as an Assistant Professor at the Fox School, where she’ll also serve as one of three principal investigators at the Center for Neural Decision Making.
Combining both neuroscience and behavioral approaches, her research examines how emotions influence decision making and how different strategies and ways of thinking help people manage that influence. Her research interests include consumer behavior, emotion regulation and decision making. She has published her research in peer-reviewed journals that span multiple fields, including Science, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience and the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.
Dr. Reeck is the 2014 recipient of the Innovation Award from the Social and Affective Neuroscience Society, in addition to numerous competitive training and travel awards. Her work has been featured in media outlets, such as Bloomberg Businessweek and funded by national granting agencies, including the National Science Foundation and the American Psychological Association.
She completed both her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at Stanford University. She holds a Ph.D. in psychology and neuroscience from Duke University.
|Office:||Alter Hall 526|
|Research Interests:||Game theory, Logistics, Supply chain management|
Edward Rosenthal came to Temple after receiving his Ph.D. from Northwestern University. He has taught courses in production and operations management, game theory, and logistics and supply chain management at the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as in the Honors and Executive MBA programs.
Dr. Rosenthal is a recipient of the Great Teacher Award and the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching. Dr. Rosenthal’s research interests are in cooperative game theory, noncooperative game theory and mechanism design, logistics, and behavioral decision theory. His articles have appeared in a number of journals, including Journal of Public Economics, Games and Economic Behavior, European Journal of Operational Research, Decision Sciences and International Journal of Game Theory. He is the author of The Era of Choice: The Ability to Choose and Its Transformation of Contemporary Life (MIT Press 2005) and also The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Game Theory (Alpha/Penguin, 2011).
- Rosenthal, E.C., “Shortest Path Games,” European Journal of Operational Research 224,1 (2013) 132-140.
- Rosenthal, E.C., Chaudhry, S.S., Choi, I.-C., and Jang, J., “On a Branching Problem in Broadcasting and Distribution,” Computers & Operations Research 39,8 (2012) 1793-1799.
- Rosenthal, E.C., “A Cooperative Game Approach to Transfer Pricing in a Vertically Integrated Supply Chain,” International Journal of Production Economics 115,2 (2008) 542-552.
- Rosenthal, E.C., “Information and Strategyproofness in Joint Project Selection,” Journal of Public Economics 68,2 (1998), 207-221.
- Rosenthal, E.C., Zydiak, J.L., and S.S. Chaudhry, “Vendor Selection with Bundling,” Decision Sciences 26,1 (1995) 35-48.
- Great Teacher Award, Temple University, April 2008.
- Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching, Temple University, 2003.
- Musser Excellence in Leadership Award for Teaching, 2013.
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- MSOM 5401, Operations Management (Global and Professional MBA programs)
- MSOM 3901, Operations Management (Honors)
- MSOM 3101, Operations Management
- Associated Press (“Distraction 2008: Freedom of choice – or from it?” August 2008)
- BBC World Service (“Culture Shock,” December 2007)
- The Conference Board Review (March/April 2006)
- Wikipedia (“Choice”)
|Office:||Alter Hall 423|
Dr. Oleg Rytchkov joined the Fox School of Business in 2009. He earned a doctorate degree in Financial Economics from the Sloan School of Management, MIT in 2007 and a doctorate degree in Physics from the Steklov Mathematical Institute in 2001.
Prior to joining the Fox School of Business, Dr. Rytchkov taught at the McCombs School of Business, University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Rytchkov’s research interests include theoretical and empirical asset pricing and capital markets. His research has been published in various academic journals including the Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Empirical Finance, Journal of Finance, and Quarterly Journal of Finance and presented at various seminars and conferences including the European Finance Association Meetings, Financial Management Association Meetings, Northern Finance Association Meetings, Society for Economic Dynamics Meetings, Western Finance Association Meetings, and World Finance Conference.
- Rytchkov, Oleg, 2014, Asset Pricing with Dynamic Margin Constraints, Journal of Finance 69, 405-452
- Rytchkov, Oleg, 2012, Filtering Out Expected Dividends and Expected Returns, Quarterly Journal of Finance 2, 1250012 (56 pages)
- Makarov, Igor and Oleg Rytchkov, 2012, Forecasting the Forecasts of Others: Implications for Asset Pricing, Journal of Economic Theory 147, 941-966
- Rytchkov, Oleg, 2011, Size and Value Anomalies, in Len Zacks, ed.: The Handbook of Equity Market Anomalies (Wiley)
- Rytchkov, Oleg, 2010, Expected Returns on Value, Growth, and HML, Journal of Empirical Finance 17, 552-565
- MSIM Faculty of the Year, Temple University (2013)
- PhD Student Travel Grant, Western Finance Association (2007)
- Presidential Fellowship, MIT Sloan School of Management (2002 – 2003)
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Investments (undergraduate and graduate levels)
- Asset Pricing (graduate level)
- Business Econometrics II (doctoral level)
- Business Econometrics III (doctoral level)
|Office:||Speakman Hall 210E|
|Research Interests:||Decision support, information visualization, social media, user-generated content|
David Schuff is Associate Professor of Management Information Systems and the Academic Director of the Fox Executive Doctorate in Business Administration. His research interests include the application of information visualization to decision support systems, data warehousing, and the impact of user-generated content on organizations and society. David’s work has appeared in numerous journals, including Management Information Systems Quarterly, Decision Support Systems, Information & Management, Communications of the ACM, IEEE Computer, AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction, and Information Systems Journal.
David has taught in the BBA, MBA, and Executive MBA programs in Colombia and Japan. He teaches courses in data analytics, information systems strategy, process design and improvement, and application development. David has received the MIS Department’s teaching award several times (most recently in 2014), and in 2013 received the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching.
David holds a BA in Economics from the University of Pittsburgh, an MBA from Villanova University, an MS in Information Management from Arizona State University, and a Ph.D. in Business Administration from Arizona State University.
- Schuff, D. and Corral, K., and Turetken, O., “Comparing the Understandability of Alternative Data Warehouse Schemas: An Empirical Study,” Decision Support Systems 52 (1) (December 2011). pp. 9-20.
- DiRusso, D., Mudambi, S., and Schuff, D. “Determinants of Prices in an Online Marketplace,” Journal of Product & Brand Management 20 (5) (2011). pp. 420-428.
- Wattal, S., Schuff, D., Mandviwalla, M, and Williams, C. “Web 2.0 and Politics: The 2008 U.S. presidential election and an e-politics research agenda,” MIS Quarterly. 34 (4) (December 2010). pp. 669-688.
- Schuff, D., Turetken, O., and Asif, Z., “Designing Systems that Support the Blogosphere as a Public Sphere,” AIS Transactions on Computer Human Interaction. 2 (3) (September 2010). pp. 95-111.
- Mudambi, S. and Schuff, D., “What makes a helpful online review? A Study of Customer Reviews on Amazon.com,” MIS Quarterly. 34 (1) (March 2010). pp. 185-200.
- 2014 MIS Full-Time Teacher of the Tear
- 2013 Lindback Foundation Award for Distinguished Teaching
- 2010 MIS Department Faculty Leadership Award
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Data Analytics (undergraduate)
- Business Intelligence (graduate)
- Process Improvement and Innovation (graduate)
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- CBS Philly, “Amazon to Allow Customers to Bid for Some Items”
- Bloomberg, “Tales From the Inside: How Global Companies Are Using Analytics To Grow the Bottom Line”
- The Temple News, “Analytics Competition Puts Student Design to the Test”
- Tableau Software, “Temple University Analytics Challenge: Studens Use Data to Solve Real Problems
- WAMC Academic Minute, “Using Social Media to Predict Elections”
- Politico, “Wanted: A Definite Analysis of Social Media Data”
- Philly.com, “Facebook, Twitter Transform this Election”
- Campus Technology Magazine, “How Mobile is your Mobile App?”
|Office:||Alter Hall 030C|
|Research Interests:||Liquidity in fixed income markets, Small firm access to credit|
Jonathan A. Scott, Ph.D. is a professor of finance at the Fox School of Business, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He currently serves as the academic director of the Fox Honors program, undergraduate program director for the Finance Department, and the managing director of the Fox School’s William C. Dunkelberg Owl Fund.
Dr. Scott also serves as an independent director and chair of the audit committee of the Office of Finance of the Federal Home Loan Bank System and is an adjunct scholar with the National Federation of Independent Business Research Foundation. His research focuses on small business access to credit markets, with publications in the Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Journal of Money Credit and Banking, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Financial Research, Journal of Small Business Management, Journal of Business Venturing, and Financial Review.
Dr. Scott teaches in the undergraduate, MBA and EMBA programs in Philadelphia and Tokyo. He has received numerous teaching awards at the Fox School and Temple, most recently the Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation Distinguished Teaching Award in April, 2008 and the Temple Great Teacher Award in April, 2010.
Prior to joining Temple, Dr. Scott was a senior financial executive at the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas during the thrift crisis. He received his B.A. in economics from the University of Cincinnati (1972) and Ph.D. in economics from Purdue University (1980).
- Hill, T., Scott, J. (2014). Knows me and my business: How preferences for social relationships affect small firm owners’ choice of banks. Journal of Small Business Management.
- Scott, J., Stull, W., Dunkelberg, W., Moore, C. (2013). Do Entrepreneurial goals matter? Resource Allocation in Newly-Established Owner-Managed Firms. Journal of Business Venturing, 28(2), 225-240.
- Scott, J., Hein, S. E. (2011). The Federal Home Loan Bank System: A Government Sponsored Enterprise that Avoided Conservatorship. Journal of Applied Finance, 21, 44-61.
- Scott, J. A., Dunkelberg, W. C. (2010). Competition for Small Firm Banking Business: Banks Actions vs. Market Structure. Journal of Banking and Finance, 34, 2788-2800.
- Dunkelberg, W., Scott, J., Chow, M. J. (2010). Inflexible Wages and Prices? Evidence in the Current Recession. Business Economics, 45, 94-101.
- Scott, J., Dunkelberg, W. (2009). The Response of Small Business Owners to Changes in Monetary Policy. Business Economics, 44, 23-37.
- Philadelphia Futures “Hats Off to You Award” 2014
- Temple Great Teacher Award 2010
- Adolph G. Abramson, National Association for Business Economics 2009
- Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Award, Temple University 2008
- National Association of Business Economics Best Paper Award
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Financial Management (Undergraduate Honors)
- Fixed Income (Undergraduate)
- Private Equity (MBA)
|Office:||Alter Hall 424|
Amir Shoham (PhD) holds degrees in Economics and Business Administration from Ben-Gurion University. He is currently on the faculty of the finance department at the FOX School of Business Temple University.
Dr. Shoham taught academic courses in economics and finance in seven countries including China, France, and Georgia. In previous years he was on the Board of Directors of two public firms. He has published articles in Journal of International business studies, Human Resource Management, Applied Economic Letters, Journal of Socio-Economics, and others.
- Santacreu-Vasut. E, Shenkar, O., and Shoham, A. (2014) “Linguistic Gender-Marking and Its International Business Ramifications” Journal of International Business Studies (forthcoming).
- Ahammad, F, M., Sangmook, L., Malul, M., and Shoham, A. (2014) “Behavioral Ambidexterity – The Impact of Incentive Schemes on Productivity, Motivation and Performance of Employees in Commercial Banks” Human Resource Management (forthcoming).
- Malul, M., and Shoham, A. (2013). “The Salaries of CEOs: Is it all about skills?” Journal of Economics and Business 67:67-76.
- Santacreu-Vasut. E, Shoham, A, and V. Gay. (2013). “Do Female/Male Distinctions in Language Matter? Evidence from Gender Political Quotas.” Applied Economics Letters 20(5):495-498.
- Malul, M., Shapira, D. and Shoham, A. (2013). “Practical Modified Gini Index.” Applied Economics Letters 20(4): 320-323.
- Shoham, A. (2012). “Managing Multinational Corporations through Compensation: The Risk-sharing Contract Method.” Journal of Economics and Business 64: 231-239.
- Shoham, A. and Malul, M. (2012). “The Role of Cultural Attributes on Savings.” Cross-Cultural Management: An International Journal 19(3): 304-314.
- Brock, D. M., Shenkar, O., Shoham, A. and Siscovick, I. C. (2008). “National Culture and Expatriate Deployment.” Journal of International Business Studies 39(8): 1293-1309.
- SSE/WAIB 2014 Best Paper Award for Increased Gender Awareness in International Business Research, Sponsored by the Stockholm School of Economics for the paper Manos, R., Santacreu-Vasut, E., Drori, I., and Shoham, A. “Do Female/Male Distinctions in Language Influence Microfinance Outreach to Women?”
- Outstanding Lecturer 2009, The College of Management Academic Studies.
- American Consortium on European Union Studies (ACES) 2007 Working Paper Series Grant for “Managing Knowledge Flows in European MNCs: Elasticity Employment Contract Model.”
- American Consortium on European Union Studies (ACES) 2006 Research Seed Grant for “Comparison of PRC and Indian Responses to the Elimination of EU Textile and Apparel Quotas: Economic and Cultural Perspectives.”
- The Best Research of 2003, awarded by the Family Doctors Organization of Israel, (together with D. Bone and U. Regev).
- Best Doctoral Student of 2003, awarded by the Dean of the School of Management, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
- Excellent Achievement 1999, awarded by the Chair of the Department of Economics, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Financial Management Seminar
- Industrial Organization and Business Strategy
- Corporate Finance
- International Financial Markets
- Financial Analysis and Strategy
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Director, Issta Hotels — 2008 – 2009
- Director, Issta International Hotels — 2008-2009
- Member of the Lipkin-Shahak Committee that studied the budget of the Israeli Ministry of Defense — 2006
- Director, Issta, Chair of Finance Committee — 2005 – 2010
- Consulting the Israeli government on a free trade agreement with Ukraine — 2008 – 2009
- Head consultants of a service chain located in Israel — 2005 – 2007
- Auditor, Municipality of Hulon — 2007 – present
- Stipends Auditor, Sapir College — 2006 – present
|Office:||Alter Hall 528|
|Research Interests:||Globalization and Marketing, Brand Management, Role of Emerging India|
Dr. Jay I. Sinha is the author of Reverse Psychology Marketing (Palgrave-MacMillan 2007). This book provides new insights into the changing nature of marketing and branding strategies. He teaches the BBA and MBA Consumer Behavior courses and has won several awards for outstanding teaching.
Dr. Sinha has served as the Chairperson of the Fox Faculty Assembly during 2007-2008. He has also served as the Chairperson of Faculty Development Committee, Master’s Programs Committee, and Faculty Steering Committee. Dr. Sinha joined the Fox School in 1996 and was tenured in 2003. His research interests are globalization, business strategy, brand management, consumer insights, and the emerging role of India. He has published in such top-ranking journals as Harvard Business Review, Journal of Marketing, Journal of Marketing Research, Psychometrika, and Strategic Management Journal. He received his Ph.D. in Business Administration from the Ross School at the University of Michigan. He has been interviewed and quoted by major international media sources such as CNN, The Times of London, Wall Street Journal and Philadelphia Inquirer.
- Sinha, Indrajit and Thomas Foscht (2007) Reverse Psychology Marketing: The Death of Traditional Marketing and the Rise of the New “Pull” Game (Palgrave-MacMillan).
- Mazumdar, Tridib, S.P. Raj, and Indrajit Sinha (2005). Reference Price Research: Review and Propositions. Journal of Marketing, 69(4), 84-102.
- DeSarbo, Wayne, Kamel Jedidi and Indrajit Sinha (2001). Customer Value Analysis in a Heterogeneous Market. Strategic Management Journal, 22(9), 845-857.
- Sinha, Indrajit (2000). Cost Transparency: The Net’s Real Threat to Prices and Brands. Harvard Business Review, 43-50.
- MSCM Department Outstanding Teaching Award: 1998, 2001, 2011
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- BBA Consumer and Buyer Behavior (MKT 3596)
- MBA Consumer Behavior (MKT 5101)
|Office:||Alter Hall 512|
Dr. Michael F. Smith is an Associate Professor of Marketing at Temple University’s School of Business and Management. He holds a doctorate in Marketing from The Kelly School of Business at Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. Professor Smith’s research has appeared in several national proceedings and academic journals such as the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management, Journal of Marketing Channels, Industrial Marketing Management, Psychology and Marketing and Psychological Reports. Professor Smith’s research and expertise are frequently quoted in the local Philadelphia media. As a Marketing consultant, he has conducted several studies and seminars for firms in the Philadelphia and New Jersey area. His research interests include distribution networks and supply chain management, marketing strategy, business-to-business marketing, pricing management and E-Commerce.
Read about Dr. Smith’s research at the Philadelphia Inquirer
|Office:||Alter Hall 518|
Dr. Joydeep Srivastava is the Robert L. Johnson Professor of Marketing. He joined the Fox School in 2017 from the University of Maryland, where he had served as the Ralph J. Tyser Professor of Marketing and Consumer Psychology.
Prior to that, he served on the faculty at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.
Srivastava’s research interests include managerial and consumer decision-making. He examines issues in bargaining and auctions, strategy variables, such as warranties and price-matching guarantees, and the psychology of money. His recent work examined bargaining in marketing distribution channels, consumer reactions to partitioned prices, people’s valuation of products in foreign currencies, and people’s spending and saving decisions as a function of payment mode and denomination of money.
He serves on the editorial review boards of the Journal of Consumer Psychology and the Journal of Consumer Research.
He earned a PhD in Business Administration from the University of Arizona, Tucson, and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Geosciences from Presidency College at the University of Calcutta in India.
|Office:||Alter Hall 554|
Dr. Vivek Tandon joins the Fox School on a Tenure-Track appointment as an Assistant Professor of Strategic Management from the National University of Singapore, where he has led courses on entrepreneurship and technological innovation since 2011.
His research papers have appeared in prominent publications, like The Academy of Management Annals and Organization Science. His dissertation was the runner up in the INFORMS Doctoral Dissertation Award in the Technology, Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship section. His research interests include management of innovation, technology strategy, technological search and evolution, inventors’ incentives, and mobility. He also serves on the editorial review boards for Strategic Management Journal and Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal.
Dr. Tandon earned his PhD in Business Administration, with a specialization in Strategy, from the University of Michigan. He received his Bachelor of Technology degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology.
|Office:||Alter Hall 562|
|Research Interests:||Decision Neuroscience, Biases in decision making, Decision preferences across the lifespan|
Dr. Venkatraman joined Temple University in July 2011 after completing his PhD in Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke University. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Marketing, and also the Associate Director of the Center for Neural Decision Making at the Fox School of Business, Temple University. His research involves the use of behavioral, eye-tracking, neurophysiological and neuroimaging methodologies to study the effects of task environment, state variables, and individual traits on decision preferences and consumer behavior.
- Venkatraman, V., Payne, J.W. and Huettel, S.A. An Overall Probability of Winning Heuristic for Complex Risky Decisions: Choice and Eye Fixation Evidence, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (In Press).
- Venkatraman, V. Why Bother with the Brain? A Role for Decision Neuroscience in Understanding Strategic Variability. (Special Issue Editors: Pamma, C. V. S., and Srinivasan, N.), Decision Making: Neural and Behavioral Approaches, Progress in Brain Research, 202 (2012).
- Venkatraman, V., Clithero, J. A, Fitzsimons, G. J. and Huettel, S. A. New Scanner Data for Brand Marketers: How Neuroscience can Help Better Understand Differences in Brand Preferences, Journal of Consumer Psychology 22:1 (2012), 143-153.
- Venkatraman, V., Huettel, S.A., Chuah, Y.M.L., Payne, J.W. and Chee, M.W.L. Sleep Deprivation Biases Neural Mechanisms Underlying Economic Preferences, Journal of Neuroscience, 31: 10 (2011), 3712-18.
- Venkatraman, V., Payne, J.W., Bettman, J.R., Luce, M.F. and Huettel, S.A. Separate Neural Mechanisms Underlie Choices and Strategic Preferences in Risky Decision Making, Neuron, 62:4(2009), 593-602.
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Foundations of Marketing Research
- PhD seminar on Judgment and Decision Making
- Introductory database management for Marketing
- The Temple News, “Fox Professors Link Brain Activity to Ad Success,” February, 2015
- Technically Philly, “Temple U Researchers Find Brain Sweet Spot for TV Ad Success,” Jan 21, 2015.
- Science Magazine Sifter, “What Will be the Best Super Bowl Commercial? Science May Have the Answer,” January 27, 2015
- Science Daily
- The Independent
- Huffington Post
- India Times
|Office:||Alter Hall 629|
|Research Interests:||Systemic Risk, Insurance Markets, Corporate Governance|
Krupa S. Viswanathan is an Associate Professor in the Risk, Insurance, and Healthcare Management department. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Actuarial Science and Risk Management & Insurance. She is also the Director of the Actuarial Science program and is an Associate of the Society of Actuaries.
Dr. Viswanathan’s research interests include systemic risk analysis, the capital structure of insurers, and crisis management. She also investigates the impact of corporate governance decisions by insurers. Her research has been published in the Journal of Risk and Insurance, North American Actuarial Journal, and Journal of Risk Finance. She received her Ph.D. from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
- Chen, H., J.D. Cummins, K.S. Viswanathan and M.A. Weiss, “Systemic Risk and the Inter- Connectedness between the Banks and Insurers: An Econometric Analysis,” Journal of Risk and Insurance, forthcoming.
- Viswanathan, K.S., J. Lemaire, K. Withers, K. Armstrong, A. Baumritter, J. Hershey, M. Pauly, and D.A. Asch, “Adverse Selection in Life Insurance Purchasing, due to the BRCA 1/2 Genetic Test and Elastic Demand,” Journal of Risk and Insurance, 74 (2007): 65-86.
- Viswanathan, K.S., “The Pricing of Insurer Demutualization Initial Public Offerings,” Journal of Risk and Insurance, 73 (2006): 439-468.
- Robert C. Witt Best Paper Award – Journal of Risk and Insurance
- Asia-Pacific Risk and Insurance Association Outstanding Paper Award
- Andrisani-Frank Undergraduate Teaching Award
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Theory of Interest
- Actuarial Modeling II
- Introduction to Risk Management
|Office:||Alter Hall 345|
Dr. Ryan M. Vogel joins the Fox School on a tenure-track appointment within the Department of Human Resource Management.
Since 2012, he served as an assistant professor of management at The Pennsylvania State University at Erie. Previous academic appointments include a visiting assistant professor appointment at Southern Methodist University, and instructor and teaching assistantship at the University of Georgia concurrently with his doctoral studies.
His research work broadly focuses on two related areas in the field of organizational behavior: person-environment fit and destructive leadership. Recent publications on how organizations can help ‘misfits’ remain engaged and productive and on the costs associated with abusive supervision and diminished self-esteem were published in the Academy of Management Journal and the Journal of Management, respectively. His work has also been published in the Journal of Applied Psychology.
Vogel earned a PhD in Organizational Behavior from the University of Georgia, and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Wilfrid Laurier University in Canada.
|Office:||Speakman Hall 201E|
Sunil Wattal (PhD, Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University) joined the MIS Department at Temple University as an Assistant Professor in Spring 2007. He also holds a Bachelors in Engineering from BITS Pilani (India), an MBA from IIM Calcutta (India), and an MS (Industrial Administration) from Carnegie Mellon University.
Sunil currently teaches management information systems at the undergraduate level and a capstone course at the masters level. His research interests include economics of information systems, technology adoption, privacy, software security, and internet marketing.
- An Empirical Examination of Cultural Differences in Online Interpersonal Exchange’ with G. Burtch and A. Ghose – forthcoming MIS Quarterly
- ‘An Empirical Examination of the Antecedents and Consequences of Contribution Patterns in Crowd-Funded Markets’ with G. Burtch and A. Ghose – Information Systems Research (forthcoming)
- ‘What’s in a “name”? Impact of Use of Customer Information in Email Advertisement’ with R. Telang, T. Mukhopadhyay and P. Boatwright, Information Systems Research, 23(3 – Part 1), 2012, pp 679 – 697
- ‘R&D versus Acquisitions: Role of Diversification in the choice of Innovation Strategy by IT Firms’ with R. Banker and J. M. Plehn-Dujowich, Journal of Management Information Systems, 28(2), 2011, pp. 109-144
- ‘Web 2.0 and Politics: The 2008 U.S. Presidential Election and an E-Politics Research Agenda’ with D. Schuff, M. Mandviwalla and C. Williams, MIS Quarterly, 34(4), 2010, pp. 669 – 688
- ‘Network Externalities and Technology Use: A Quantitative Analysis of Intraorganizational Blogs’, with P. Racherla and M. Mandviwalla, Journal of Management Information Systems, 27(1), Summer 2010, pp. 145 – 174
- ‘Information Personalization in a Two-Dimensional Product Differentiation Model’, with Telang R, and T. Mukhopadhyay, Journal of Management Information Systems, 26(2), Fall 2009, pp. 69 – 95
- ‘An Empirical Analysis of the Impact of Software Vulnerability Announcements on Firm Stock Price’ with R. Telang, IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, 33(8), August 2007, pp. 544 – 557
- Selected to attend ICIS and AMCIS Doctoral Consortiums
- Finalist at Fourth Annual Doctoral Support Award 2004 organized by the eBRC at Penn State University
- William Larimer Mellon Fellowship, Carnegie Mellon University
- Best Paper at International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2012 in research in progress category for the paper titled ‘Generative Diffusion of Innovations: An Organizational Genetics Approach’ with Z Zhang, Y Yoo, and R Kulathinal (ICIS is the premier conference in MIS with acceptance rates of around 25%)
- MIS Researcher of the Year, Temple University 2010
- Management Science Meritorious Service Award – Fall 2009, for notable service to the journal (Management Science) as a reviewer
- Nominated for Best Paper at Hawaii International Conference for Systems Sciences (HICSS) – Jan 2009 for the paper titled ‘Employee Adoption of Corporate Blogs: A Quantitative Analysis’ with M Mandviwalla and P Racherla
- Fox School Crystal Award for Innovation in Teaching – Fall 2009
- Leader in Teaching Innovation Award at Fox School of Business – Spring 2009
Fox School of Business, Temple University
Internet Enabled Supply Chain
Information Systems in Organizations
Management Information Systems Foundations and Theory
Managing Information in the Enterprise
Capstone in Information Technology
Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business
Information Systems in Organizations
Management Information Systems
- Philly Voice, “Crowdfunding Campaigns That Have Raised the Most Money on Go Fund Me”
- The Economic Times, “Ola Becomes Third-Most Valuable Venture-Backed Company After Raising Rs 2,500 crore”
- The Next Web, Hey Startups: Don’t Start Your Emails with “Dear [Name]”
- Politico, “Wanted: A Definitive Analysis of Social Media”
- The Temple News, Professors Awarded Grant to Analyze Digital Traces
- India Times, “Flipkart Identifies 3 New High-margin Revenue Streams: Online advertising, Brand consulting, Furniture”
- The Economic Times, “Softbank-Backed Companies Housing.com and Snapdeal Bet Big on Selling Properties Online”
- The Economic Times, “Olacabs to Buy TaxiForSure to Take on Competitors Like Uber; Deal Likely at Rs 1,250 Crore”
- ET Auto, “Delhi Rape Case: Banning Taxi Companies Like Uber, Ola is Just Another Way of Passing the Buck
- The Economic Times, “Startup Housing.com Valued at Rs 1,500 Crore after SoftBank Acquires 30% stake for $70”
- The Economic Times, “Real Estate Portal Housing.com Ties up with Tata Value Homes to Sell Affordable Apartments”
- CBS News, “Philadelphia is Uber’s Newest Battleground”
|Office:||Alter Hall 624|
|Research Interests:||Financial services conglomeration, efficiency measurement of insurers, reinsurance, regulation, and underwriting cycles|
Mary A. Weiss, Ph.D. is Deaver Professor of Risk, Insurance, and Healthcare Management at the Fox School of Business and Management of Temple University. She is a Past President of the premier insurance academic organization in the U.S., the American Risk and Insurance Association (ARIA) and the prestigious Risk Theory Society.
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Dr. Weiss is Editor of Risk Management and Insurance Review and a Co-Editor for the Journal of Risk and Insurance. Her research, consisting of over 30 articles, has focused on financial services conglomeration, efficiency measurement of insurers, no-fault automobile insurance, reinsurance, regulation, and underwriting cycles. Her research has appeared in the Journal of Law and Economics, Journal of Business, Management Science, The Journal of Financial Intermediation, The Journal of Risk and Insurance, Journal of Banking and Finance, Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance Theory, and Contingencies. Her articles have received awards from The Journal of Risk and Insurance, the Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) and The Journal of Financial Intermediation. Mary has made numerous research presentations at the Annual Meeting of the American Risk and Insurance Association. Her research also has been presented at the National Bureau of Economic Research, the Brookings Institution, the Casualty Actuarial Society, Risk Theory Society, the Financial Management Association, the Western Economic Association, the Competitive Enterprise Institute, the Atlantic Economic Society, the Allied Social Sciences Association, and at conferences sponsored by the Federal Reserve Banks of Atlanta and New York. She obtained her Ph.D. degree at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and has been on the faculty of Temple University since 1986. She was a Visiting Scholar at the Wharton School (2004-2006) and was selected as 2004 Distinguished Huebner Alumnus, Huebner Foundation, Wharton School. She served as a Distinguished Scholar at the NAIC’s Center for Insurance Policy & Research (a think tank) in 2009-2010.
- “Systemic Risk and the US. Insurance Sector,” forthcoming in The Journal of Risk and Insurance, With J. David Cummins.
- “Systemic Risk and the Inter-Connectedness Between Banks and Insurers: An Econometric Analysis,” forthcoming in The Journal of Risk and Insurance. With Hua Chen, J. David Cummins, and Krupa S. Viswanathan.
- “The Pension Option in Labor Insurance and Precautionary Savings: Evidence from Taiwan,” forthcoming in The Journal of Risk and Insurance. With Hua Chen and Wenyen Hsu.
- “The Satellite Insurance Market and Underwriting Cycles,” The Geneva Risk and Insurance Review, 38 (September): 148-127. With Piotr Manikowski.
- “Risk-Based Capital and Firm Risk Taking in Property-Liability Insurance,” Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance: Issues and Practices, Vol. 38, April 2013, 274-307. With Jiang Cheng.
- “The Role of RBC, Hurricane Exposure, Bond Portfolio Duration, and Macroeconomic and Industry-wide Factors in Property-Liability Insolvency Prediction,” The Journal of Risk and Insurance, Vol. 79 (3), September 2012, 723-750. With Jiang Cheng.
- “Cyclicality or Volatility, The Satellite Insurance Market,” Space Policy, Vol 28 (3), August 2012, 192-198.
- “Characteristics of U.S. Self-Insurers for Workers’ Compensation Losses,” Journal of Insurance Regulation, V 30 (Winter 2011), 139-170. With Musheng Chang.
- “Capital Structure in the Property-Liability Insurance Industry: Tests of the Tradeoff and Pecking Order Theories,” Journal of Insurance Issues, 35 (1), 2012, 1-43. With Jiang Cheng.
- “The Effects of Regulated Premium Subsidies on Insurance Costs: An Empirical Analysis of Automobile Insurance,” The Journal of Risk and Insurance, Vol. 77, No. 3, September 2010, 597-624. With Laureen Regan and Sharon Tennyson.
- “Economies of Scope in Financial Services: A DEA Efficiency Analysis of the US Insurance Industry,” Journal of Banking & Finance, Vol. 34, No. 7, July 2010, 1525-1539. With J.D. Cummins, Xiaoying Xie, and Hongmin Zi.
- “Securitization, Insurance and Reinsurance,” The Journal of Risk and Insurance, Vol. 76, No. 3, September 2009, 493-545. With J. D. Cummins.
- “Introduction to Symposium “U.S. Insurance Regulation: What Have We Learned, Where Do We Go,” Journal of Insurance Regulation, Vol. 28, No. 1, Fall 2009, 19-24. With Terri Vaughan.
- Included in Who’s Who in America, 2013
- Visiting Scholar, National Cheng-Chi University, Taipei, Taiwan, June 15-June 22, 2012.
- President, Risk Theory Society, April 2012 – April 2013
- Distinguished Scholar, National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), July 1, 2009 – June 30, 2010.
- President, American Risk and Insurance Association, Aug. 2007 – Aug. 2008.
- President-Elect, American Risk and Insurance Association, Aug. 2006 – Aug. 2007.
- Vice-President, American Risk and Insurance Association, Aug. 2005 – Aug. 2006.
- 2004 Robert I. Mehr Award for “The Stochastic Dominance of No-Fault Automobile Insurance,” for article published in The Journal of Risk and Insurance ten years ago that has best stood the test of time. (JRI’s most prestigious award.) (With J.D. Cummins)
Temple University, Fox School of Business and Management
- Risk Financing (Undergraduate)
- Derivatives Markets (Masters and undergraduate)
- Principles of Micro and Macro Economics for Actuaries, (Masters and undergraduate)
- Principles of Corporate Finance for Actuaries, (Masters and undergraduate)
- Advanced Risk Management and International Insurance (MBA and undergraduate)
- Doctoral Seminar Course in Property & Liability Insurance Markets
- Risk Management, (undergraduate)
- International Risk Management and Insurance (MBA)
- International Business Risk Management (MBA)
- Employee Benefits, (undergraduate)
- Insurance Company Finances and Operations, (MBA and undergraduate)
- Actuarial Applications in Risk Management and Insurance, (MBA and undergraduate)
|Office:||Alter Hall 611|
|Research Interests:||Market Competition; Quality, Long-term Healthcare|
Jacqueline S. Zinn, Ph.D. has been co-editor in chief of the journal HSR: Health Services Research since 2010. She received her MBA from the Fox School of Business and Management in 1978 and her doctorate degree from the Wharton School in 1990. She is currently a professor in the Fox School’s Department of Risk, Insurance and Healthcare Management. Prior to obtaining her doctorate degree, Dr. Zinn was a planner and administrator at Temple University and the University of Pennsylvania Health Systems.
Dr. Zinn has over 80 articles published in peer-reviewed journals and over 100 research presentations at national conferences. She is a nationally recognize authority on quality and access in long term care services. She is a 1996 recipient of the Thompson Prize for Young Investigators from the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA). Recently, Dr. Zinn was co-principal investigator on a five year NIH-funded study of nursing home response to public release of quality of care information.
Dr. Zinn is a past chair of the Healthcare Management Division of the Academy of Management. She is currently on the board of the Inglis Foundation and a former member of the accreditation council for the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education, and a current member of the AUPHA Finance Committee.
- Zinn, J.S., Weimer, D.L., Spector, W. and Mukamel, D.B. 2010. Factors influencing nursing home response to quality measure publication: A resource dependence perspective. Health Care Management Review 35(3): 258-65.
- Mukamel, D. Spector, W., Zinn, J., Weimer, D. and Ahn, R. 2010. Changes in clinical and hotel expenditures following publication of the nursing home compare report card. Medical Care 48 (10): 869=874.
- Al-Amin, M; Zinn, J.; Rosko, M. ; & Aaronson, W. Specialty Hospitals Market Proliferation: Strategic Implications for General Hospitals. Health Care Management Review, 2010, October – November 194-210.
- Rahman, M., Zinn, J. and Mor, V. 2013. The Impact of Hospital-Based Skilled Nursing Facility Closures on Rehospitalizations. HSR, 48(2):499-518.
- Rahman, M., Grabowski, D., Zinn, J., Foster, A. and Mor, V. 2013. Effect of Hospital-SNF Linkages on Re-Hospitalization. HSR, 48(6): 1898-1919.
- 2010 Musser Award for research, Fox School of Business, Temple University
- 4/01/02-3/31/05. Investigator, State Policies and Nursing Home Hospitalizations. project funded by the National Institute on Aging Principal Investigator: Vincent Mor, Brown University.
- 5/1/04-4/30/11. Co-Investigator, Nursing Homes Response to Quality Indicators’ Publication, . project funded by the National Institute on Aging Principal Investigator: Dana Makumel, University of Rochester.
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- HM 5101 Health System Development and Organization
- HM 3501 Introduction to Health Care Systems
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Research Institutes and CentersThere are 21 centers and institutes at the Fox School. Each with their own vision and mission, each organization promotes relevant research throughout the Greater Philadelphia area and around the world. Most strive to improve business and government management through research, education, and community.
- Advanta Center for Research in Financial Institutions
- Data Science Institute
- Biostatistics Research Center
- Center for Competitive Government
- Center for Statistical Analysis
- Consumer Sensory Innovation Lab
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