Goddard School Peer-Reviewed Publications

Published during the 2011-2012 Academic Year

The following table describes distinct (i.e., without double-counting co-authored pieces) intellectual contributions by Goddard School faculty during 2011-12:

School of Accounting & Taxation

Larry Deppe

  • Deppe, Larry A., Don R. Hansen and James G. Swearingen.  2012.  “Airline Safety Margins, Maintenance Expenditures, and Myopic  Behavior:  An Empirical Investigation,” Academy of Accounting & Financial Studies Journal 16, 1-24.

David Malone

  • Malone, David. 2011. “Empirical Evidence of the Fairness and Quality of Peer Evaluations,” Academy of Educational Leadership Journal 15(2) pp. 129-140.

Richard McDermott

  • McDermott, Richard and Stephen Walston.  2012.  “Development of a Strategic Plan for HealthTrust Utah,” The Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies 18(1).
  • McDermott, Richard E.  Forthcoming.  “Pegasus Research Institute—Design of a Cost Accounting System for a Small Defense Contractor,” The Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies 17(1) pp. 29-48, 17(2) pp. 21-42 (teaching notes.)

Ryan Pace

  • Smith, Eric and Ryan Pace.  Forthcoming.  “Deductible Cosmetic Surgery and the Treatment of Transgenderism:  An Analysis of the Medical Expense Deduction Post-O’Donnabhain.”  The ATA Journal of Legal Tax Research.

Eric Smith

  • Smith, Eric and Ryan Pace.  Forthcoming.  “Deductible Cosmetic Surgery and the Treatment of Transgenderism:  An Analysis of the Medical Expense Deduction Post-O’Donnabhain.”  The ATA Journal of Legal Tax Research.

Jim Swearingen

  • Deppe, Larry A., Don R. Hansen and James G. Swearingen.  2012.  “Airline Safety Margins, Maintenance Expenditures, and Myopic  Behavior:  An Empirical Investigation,” Academy of Accounting & Financial Studies Journal 16, 1-24.

Department of Business Administration

Lon Addams

  • Anthony T. Allred and H. Lon Addams (accepted for publication in 2012), “Student-operated Companies: The Entrepreneurial Focus of An Integrated Business Core” has been accepted for publication in The Journal of Entrepreneurship Education.
  • Fan, Yuhong (2012). “U.S. based International Mutual Funds: Performance and Persistence”, coauthored with H. Lon Addams, accepted for publication by Financial Services Review.

Tony Allred

  • E.K. Valentin and Anthony T. Allred (2012), "Giving and Getting Gift Cards" has been accepted for publication in The Journal of Consumer Marketing.
  • Anthony T. Allred and H. Lon Addams (accepted for publication in 2012), “Student-operated Companies: The Entrepreneurial Focus of An Integrated Business Core” has been accepted for publication in The Journal of Entrepreneurship Education.

Yuhong Fan

  • Fan, Yuhong (2012). “U.S. based International Mutual Funds: Performance and Persistence”, coauthored with H. Lon Addams, accepted for publication by Financial Services Review.
  • Fan, Yuhong (2011) “Pre-Operating Performances and IPOs After Market Returns”, coauthored with M. Najand, K. Yung, and F Case, Vol (5) No. 1: International Journal of Business, Accounting, and Finance.

Ed Harris

  • Le, Taowen, Zhang, Jin & Harris, G. Edward (2011). "An Exploratory Investigation of the Impact of Surprise Interviews with Former Graduates on Online Students Learning in an Introductory IT Course." Published in International Journal of Internet and Enterprise Management.

Taowen Le

  • Le, Taowen, Zhang, Jin & Harris, G. Edward (2011). "An Exploratory Investigation of the Impact of Surprise Interviews with Former Graduates on Online Students Learning in an Introductory IT Course." Published in International Journal of Internet and Enterprise Management.
  • Taowen Le, Wayne Huang, Jin Zhang (2012). “Analytical View of China as a Software Outsourcing Outlet.” Accepted for publication in the Journal of Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters.

Stephen Hill

  • Hill, S. (2011). “Teaching Supply Chain Coordination within a Network Modeling Context.” Mountain Plains Journal of Business and Economics, Vol. 12, October 2011.
  • Hill, S. & S. Schvaneveldt (2011). “Using Statistical Process Control Charts to Identify the Steroids Era in Major League Baseball: An Educational Exercise.” Journal of Statistics Education, Vol. 19, No. 1, 2011.

Stephen Russell

  • Russell, Stephen (2011). “Incentive Contracts: Motivating Performance and Allocating Risk,” Air Force Journal of Logistics.

Shane Schvaneveldt

  • Abulaiti, G; Frank, B; Enkawa, T; Schvaneveldt, S J (2011). "How Should Foreign Retailers Deal with Chinese Consumers? A Cross-National Comparison of the Formation of Customer Satisfaction." Journal of Marketing Channels.
  • Hill, S. & S. Schvaneveldt (2011). “Using Statistical Process Control Charts to Identify the Steroids Era in Major League Baseball: An Educational Exercise.” Journal of Statistics Education, Vol. 19, No. 1, 2011.

Seokwoo Song

  • Y. Kim, S. Song, V. Sambamurthy, & Y. Lee (2012). “Strategy, Knowledge, and Firm Performance: An Empirical Study of Knowledge-based Theory of the Firm” Accepted for publication in Information Systems Frontiers.
  • Seokwoo Song & Jonghak Sun (2011). “Understanding Negative Electronic Word-of-Mouth (eWOM): Social Ties and Key Determinants.” Accepted for publication in Korean Management Science.
  • James Teng & Seokwoo Song (2011). “An Exploratory Examination of Knowledge Sharing Behaviors: Solicited and Voluntary.” Accepted for publication in Journal of Knowledge Management.

Jim Turner

  • Turner, J. (2011). “Momentum Portfolios and the Capital Asset Pricing Model: A Bayesian Approach.” Accepted for publication in Quarterly Journal of Finance and Accounting.

E.K. Valentin

  • Valentin, E.K. (2011). “Why the Customer Is Not King: A Critical Appraisal of Marketing Ideology, Practice, and Incentives” Accepted for publication at International Journal of Business and Social Science.
  • E.K. Valentin and Anthony T. Allred (2012), "Giving and Getting Gift Cards" has been accepted for publication in The Journal of Consumer Marketing.

Department of Economics

Nazneen Ahmad

  • Returns or Valuation? Equity Investment in the United States, with Joseph French, Studies in Economics and Finance, 28(3), 2011, pp. 196-216.
  • Decomposing the Relationship between Human Capital and GDP: An Empirical Analysis of Bangladesh, with Joseph French, The Journal of Developing Areas, 44(2), 2011, pp 127-142.
  • Greed, Financial Innovation or Laxity of Regulation? A Close Look into the 2007-09 Financial Crisis and Stock Market Volatility, with M. Imtiaz Mazumder, Studies in Economics and Finance, 27(2), 2010, pp. 110-134.

Doris Geide-Stevenson

  • “Experimental Estimates of Taxpayer Ethics”, Review of Social Economy, Vol. 119, No.1, March 2011, p. 29 – 53. (with J. G. Eisenhauer and D. Ferro).

Therese Grijalva

  • “Trends in Co-authorship in Economics Since 1985” with Cliff Nowell. Applied Economics Jan. 2011.
  • “Species Preservation versus Development: An Experimental Investigation Under Uncertainty.” Ecological Economics 70 (2011), 995-1005.
  • “Ranking Economics Departments in a Contested Discipline: A Bibliometric Approach to Quality Equality Among Theoretically Distinct Sub-Disciplines.” Fred Lee, Therese Grijalva and Cliff Nowell. American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 2010.

Brandon Koford

  • “Conservative Dichotomous Choice Response in Active Policy Setting: The Case of University Parking”, (with C. Lipscombe), Applied Economics Letters 18, no. 1, p. 39 – 42, 2011.
  • “The Impact of Maternity Minimum Stay Mandates on Hospitalizations: An Extension.” (with A. Cseh), International Advances in Economic Research 16, no. 4, p. 395 – 409, 2010.
  • “Private Willingness to Pay in the Context of Public Budget Choices”, Public Budgeting and Finance 30, no. 2, p. 47 – 68, 2010.
  • “What Differences Do Certainty and Cheap Talk Make in Eliciting Willingness to Pay for Education?”, Journal of Economics 36, no. 1, p. 55 – 77, 2010. 

John Mukum Mbaku

  • John Mukum Mbaku, Copyright and Democratization in Africa, INTERNATIONAL LAW & MANAGEMENT REVIEW, VOL.  (2011).
  • John Mukum Mbaku, Mwangi S. Kimenyi and Nelipher Moyo, Reconstituting Africa’s Failed States: The Case of Somalia, 77 SOCIAL RESEARCH: AN INTERNATIONAL QUARTERLY 1339 (2010).
  • John Mukum Mbaku, The International Dimension of Africa’s Struggle Against Corruption, 10 ASPER REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND TRADE LAW 35 (2010).

Cliff Nowell

  • Public Subsidies, Tuition, and Public Universities’  Choices of Undergraduate Acceptance and Retention Rates with J. Kerkvliet, Forthcoming in Education Economics.
  • Trends in Co-authorship in Economics since 1985, with T. Grijalva, Applied Economics. January, 2011.
  • "Ranking Economics Departments in a Contested Discipline: A Bibliometric Approach to Quality Equality among Theoretically Distinct Sub-Disciplines." with F. Lee and T. Grijalva, American Journal of Economics and Sociology, November 2010.

Jeff Steagall

  • Steagall, Jeffrey W., Timothy E. Jares and Andrés Gallo. (forthcoming) “Teaching Real-World Political Economy: Simulating a WTO Negotiation.” Journal of Teaching in International Business. Edition, pages TBD
  • Coleman, B. Jay, Paul M. Mason, and Jeffrey W. Steagall. (2012) “Does a Business Curriculum Develop or Filter Critical Thinking?” American Journal of Business Education, 5 (4), July/August. Pages TBD.
  • Steagall, Jeffrey W., Jeffrey E. Michelman and Anne Sheridan Fugard (2011) “Sustaining an International MBA Program.” International Journal of Case Method Research & Application XXIII (4). 297-310.
  • Loh, Chung-Ping, Jeffrey W. Steagall, Andres Gallo and Jeffrey E. Michelman  (2011) “Valuing Short-Term Study Abroad.” Journal of Teaching in International Business, 22. 1-17.
  • Mason, Paul M., B. Jay Coleman, Jeffrey W. Steagall and Andrés A. Gallo. (2011). “The Use of the ETS Major Field Test for Assurance of (Business Content) Learning: Assurance of Waste? Journal of Education for Business. 86 (January). 71-77.

Mary Wrenn

  • The Economic Surplus as a Fund for Social Change and Postneoliberal Governance, Forum for Social Economics, 2011, Volume 40, Issue 1.

*Co-authored articles are repeated under each co-author’s name. 

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