Shawkat Hammoudeh, Ph.D., professor of economics and international business, had a paper he co-authored “Re-Examining the Dynamic Causal Oil-Macroeconomy Relationship,” accepted for publication in International Review of Financial Analysis.
Hammoudeh also served as the program co-chairman of the sixth “Corporate Strategies and Government Policies: Challenges and Issues in the 21st Century” conference, sponsored by Global Academy of Business and Economic Research and held in Flushing, N.Y. He also presented another co-authored paper, “Asymmetric Convergence in U.S. Financial Credit Default Swap Index Markets,” which won a prize for best in the finance section at that conference.
On September 28, Donna De Carolis, Ph.D., associate dean for strategic initiatives, gave the Keynote Address for the Alliance for Women Entrepreneurs (AWE). LeBow College of Business recently became an official academic partner of AWE.
Naveen Daniel, Ph.D., assistant professor of finance, had the paper “Do Hedge Funds Manage Their Reported Returns?” — which he co-authored — accepted for publication in the Review of Financial Studies.
Ed Nelling, Ph.D., professor of finance, had his book Business Valuation Demystified published by McGraw-Hill. Nelling wrote the book to provide an in-depth treatment of valuation methods and issues that is accessible to anyone working in business.
Pravin Nath, Ph.D., assistant professor of marketing, co-authored the paper, “Marketing in the C-Suite: A Study of Chief Marketing Officer Power in Firms’ Top Management Teams,” which appears in the January 2011 issue of the Journal of Marketing (Vol. 75, Issue 1).
Nath, along with marketing Ph.D. student Monique Bell, had the paper, “Marketing and PR Integration: A Study of its Drivers in the Firm’s C-Suite,” accepted for presentation at the 2011 American Marketing Association’s (AMA) Winter Educators’ Conference, to be held in February in Austin, Texas.
Rolph Anderson, Ph.D., Royal H. Gibson, Sr. Professor of Marketing, co-authored the article titled “Managing International Distribution Channel Partners: A Cross-Cultural Approach” which appears in the Journal of Marketing Channels, Vol. 17, No. 2, 2010, pp. 89-117.
Daniel Korschun, Ph.D., assistant professor of marketing, presented a book he co-authored, Leveraging Corporate Responsibility: The Stakeholder Route to Maximizing Business and Social Value, at Carlson on Sustainability. He also presented The Psychology of Stakeholder Reactions to Corporate Responsibility: Implications for Managers at Northeastern University’s Marketing Group Research Seminar Series.
Korschun and Drexel LeBow Ph.D. student Wenling Wang presented the paper Being Different at Making a Difference: Consequences of Distinctive Corporate Social Responsibility Activity at the 7th Corporate Identity and Associations Research Group Conference, held in Hannover, Germany.