Spring 2019 Poole College Research Guides Academia, Industry

From understanding how a CEO’s tweets might influence investors to the role corruption plays in reducing innovation, faculty in the Poole College of Management ask the questions that yield rigorous, meaningful research.

During the spring 2019 semester, at least 80 intellectual contributions were published or are in press for publication. Faculty published in top journals, such as Contemporary Accounting Research, the Journal of Applied Psychology and the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. Faculty also wrote books and book chapters and presented educational material to industry leaders.

Department of Accounting

  • Mark Beasley, professor of accounting, co-authored Auditing and Assurance Services: An Integrated Approach – 17th Edition

Beasley single-authored continuing education material, 2019 AICPA’s Auditing Update Continuing Education Course

Beasley co-authored a research monograph, 2019 The State of Risk Oversight Report.

  • Bruce Branson, professor of accounting, co-authored a research monograph, 2019 The State of Risk Oversight Report.
  • Joseph Brazel, professor of accounting, single-authored “Practitioner Summary: The Outcome Effect and Professional Skepticism” in Current Issues in Auditing

Brazel also co-authored “The Outcome Effect and Professional Skepticism: A Replication and a Failed attempt at Mitigation” in Behavioral Research in Accounting. 

Brazel co-authored “Do Auditors and Audit Committees Constrain Inconsistencies between Financial and Nonfinancial Measures?” in Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory

Brazel co-authored “How the Interplay between Financial and Non-financial Measures Affects Management Forecasting Behavior” in the Journal of Management Accounting Research.

  • Thomas Dow, lecturer in accounting, co-authored a case, Tax Reform: A Case Using Data Analytics.
  • Bonnie Hancock, professor of practice, co-authored a research monograph, 2019 The State of Risk Oversight Report

Hancock single-authored a website article for the NC State Enterprise Risk Management Initiative, The ERM Journey Continues: Reflections from the Spring 2019 ERM Roundtable Summit.

  • Christina Lewellen, assistant professor of accounting, co-authored “The Complementarity Between Tax Avoidance and Manager Diversion: Evidence from Tax Haven Firms” in Contemporary Accounting Research.
  • Robin Pennington, associate professor of accounting, co-authored “If you Tweet they will Follow: CEO Tweets and Investor Say-on-Pay Decisions” in the Journal of Information Systems.
  • Roby Sawyers, professor of accounting, co-authored the following articles in Taxes, The Tax Magazine:  “State Supreme Court Decisions Applying Dormant Commerce Clause Limitations”, “State Taxation of Trusts: The Next Nexus Battleground,” “Recent Property Tax Exemption Decisions for Charitable and Public Use Property,” and “Wayfair and its Implications for State Income Taxes.” 

Sawyers co-authored “Is it a Tax or a Fee?” in the Journal of Multistate Taxation and Incentives

Sawyers co-authored “Updates and Guidance on Key Practitioner Responsibilities” in The Tax Adviser

Sawyers co-authored “Is it a Tax or a Fee?” in the Journal of Taxation

Sawyers co-authored a case, Tax Reform: A Case Using Data Analytics and a textbook, ACCT – Management.

Sawyers single-authored the following chapters: International Taxation – Chapter 13, Sources and Applications of Federal Tax Law – Chapter 18, State and Local Taxation – Chapter 14 and Tax Practice and Procedure – Chapter 19.

  • Andrew Schmidt, associate professor of accounting, co-authored “Analysts, Taxes, and Information Processing Costs” in the Journal of the American Taxation Association.
  • Eileen Taylor, professor of accounting, co-authored “Using Accounting Department Advisory Councils and Higher Quality Continuing Education Requirements to Improve the Accounting Profession’s Ethical Reasoning Skills” in Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations.
  • Robert Whited, assistant professor of accounting, co-authored “Do Clients Get What They Pay For? Evidence from Auditor and Engagement Fee Premiums” in Contemporary Accounting Research.
  • Paul Williams, professor of accounting, co-authored “Using Accounting Department Advisory Councils and Higher Quality Continuing Education Requirements to Improve the Accounting Profession’s Ethical Reasoning Skills” in Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations. 

Williams also single-authored a public interest section of a AAA blog, Pay Your Dues and Get Abuse.

Department of Business Management

Finance 

  •  Bartley Danielsen, associate professor of finance, single-authored Foundations of Financial Management – 17th Edition.

Danielsen also wrote a research monograph, Tennessee Economic Development Zone ESAs.

  • Jesse Ellis, associate professor of finance, co-authored “Corruption and Corporate Innovation” in the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.
  • Melissa Hart, senior lecturer in finance, single-authored book chapters “Taxes” and “Life Insurance” and an appendix, “Financial Aid” for Personal Finance – 13th Edition.
  • Karlyn Mitchell, associate professor of finance, co-authored “How Did Quantitative Easing Announcements Affect Economic Forecasts” in Contemporary Economic Policy.
  • Jared Smith, assistant professor of finance, co-authored “Political Corruption and Firm Value in the U.S.: Do Rents and Monitoring Matter?” in the Journal of Business Ethics

Smith co-authored  “Corruption and Corporate Innovation” in Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis

Smith co-authored “Bulk Volume Classification and Information Detection” in the Journal of Banking and Finance.

Information Technology & Business Analytics 

  • George Habek, lecturer in business analytics, co-authored “A Machine Learning Approach to Optimizing Diabetes Healthcare Management Using SAS Analytic Suite” in the Journal of Information Systems Applied Research.
  • Sarah Khan, teaching assistant professor of information technology and business analytics, co-authored a book chapter, An Empirical Investigation of Smartphone Adoption in Pakistan.
  • Fay Cobb Payton, professor of information technology and business analytics, co-authored “Countering the Negative Image of Women in Computing” in Communications of the ACM.

Marketing

  • William Rand, associate professor of marketing, co-authored “Characterising climate change discourse on social media during extreme weather events” in Global Environmental Change.
  • Rishika Rishika, assistant professor of marketing, co-authored “The Effects of Asymmetric Social Ties, Tie Strength and Structural Embeddedness on Online Content Contribution Behavior” in Management Science.
  • Stefanie Robinson, assistant professor of marketing, co-authored “Would You Like to Round Up and Donate the Difference? Roundup Requests Reduce the Perceived Pain of Donating” in the Journal of Consumer Psychology.
  • Michael Stanko, associate professor of marketing, single-authored a case, Sworkit: Taking the Free out of Freemium.
  • Stacy Wood, professor of marketing, co-authored “The Doctor-of-the-Future is In: Patient Response to Healthcare Innovations” in the Journal of the Association for Consumer Research.

Operations & Supply Chain Management 

  • Rob Handfield, professor of operations and supply chain management, co-authored “Alternative Competing Hypotheses and Supply Chain Worker Risk” in SCM: An International Journal

Handfield co-authored “Emerging Procurement Technology: Data Analytics and Cognitive Analytics” in the International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management

Handfield co-authored  “The Microfoundations of an Operational Capability in Digital Manufacturing” in the Journal of Operations Management

Handfield co-authored “Sustainable Supplier Selection and Order Allocation: A Novel multi-objective programming model with a Hybrid Solution Approach” in Computers and Industrial Engineering

Handfield co-authored  “Do Prices Vary with Purchase Volumes in Healthcare Contracts?” in the Journal of Strategic Contracting and Negotiation. 

Handfield co-authored “The magnitude of a product recall: offshore outsourcing vs. captive offshoring effects” in the International Journal of Production Research.

  • Sebastian Heese, professor of operations and supply chain management, co-authored “Allocation Under a General Substitution Structure” in European Journal of Operational Research

Heese co-authored  “An Empirical Analysis of the Drivers of Supply Chain Finance Adoption” in the Journal of Operations Management.

  •  Jeffrey Stonebraker, associate professor of operations and supply chain management, single-authored “Exploring Regional Variations in the Cross‐cultural, International Implementation of the Patient Reported Outcomes Burdens and Experience (PROBE) Study” in Haemophilia. 

Stonebraker single-authored “Test‐retest Properties of the Patient Reported Outcomes, Burdens and Experiences (PROBE) Questionnaire and its Constituent Domains” in Haemophilia.

  • Don Warsing, associate professor of operations and supply chain management, co-authored academic/professional meeting proceedings titled “Impact of Scheduling Policies on the Performance of an Additive Manufacturing Production System” and “Integrated Traditional and Additive Manufacturing Production Profitability Model.”

 Department of Economics

  • Robert Clark, professor of economics, co-authored “Employer Concerns and Responses to an Aging Workforce” in the Journal of Retirement. 

Clark co-authored “Informing Retirement Savings Decisions: A Field Experiment on Supplemental Plans” in Economic Inquiry.

  • Ayse Kabukcuoglu Dur, assistant professor of economics, co-authored “The Turkish Current Account Deficit” in Economic Inquiry.
  • Robert Hammond, assistant professor of economics, co-authored “Informing Retirement Savings Decisions: A Field Experiment on Supplemental Plans” in Economic Inquiry.
  • Melinda Morrill, associate professor of economics, co-authored “The Role of Social Security in Retirement Timing: Evidence from a National Sample of Teachers” in the Journal of Pension Economics and Finance.

Morrill co-authored “Informing Retirement Savings Decisions: A Field Experiment on Supplemental Plans” in Economic Inquiry.

  • Douglas Pearce, professor of economics, co-authored “How Did Quantitative Easing Announcements Affect Economic Forecasts” in Contemporary Economic Policy.
  • Denis Pelletier, associate professor of economics, co-authored “Endogenous Life-Cycle Housing Investment and Portfolio Allocation” in the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking.

Department of Management, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

  • Bradley Kirkman, professor of leadership, co-authored “Are Followers Satisfied with Conscientious Leaders? The Moderating Influence of Leader Role Authenticity” in the Journal of Organizational Behavior. 

Kirkman co-authored “Multiple Team Membership and Empowerment Spillover Effects: Can Empowerment Processes Cross Team Boundaries?” in the Journal of Applied Psychology

Kirkman co-authored “The 4 Things Resilient Teams Do,” an article for the Harvard Business Review online.

  • Elena Kulchina, assistant professor of strategic management, single-authored a book chapter, Collaboration Inside the Firm: Founders and Managers of Entrepreneurial Ventures.
  • Roger Mayer, professor of leadership, co-authored “Police-Community Trust: The Overlooked Perspective of Police Trust in the Public and its Effects on Policing” in Criminal Justice Policy Review.

Mayer co-authored “Understanding the Psychological Nature and Mechanisms of Political Trust” in PLOS ONE.

  • Jeffrey Pollack, associate professor of entrepreneurship, co-authored “The Relationship between Emotional Intelligence and the Dark Triad Personality Traits: A Meta-analytic Review” in the Journal of Research in Personality.
  • Beth Ritter, professor of practice of human resource management, co-authored “Employer Concerns and Responses to an Aging Workforce” in the Journal of Retirement.
  • Beverly Tyler, professor of strategic management, co-authored “Place as a Nexus for Corporate Heritage Identity: An International Study of Family-Owned Wineries” in the Journal of Business Research.

Tyler co-authored “Interdisciplinary, Cross-sector Collaboration in the US Intelligence Community: Lessons Learned from Past and Present Efforts” in Intelligence and National Security.

 Tyler co-authored a book, Immersive Collaboration among the Intelligence Community, Academy, and Industry: Communication that Cultivates Discovery and Translation

Tyler co-authored the  following book chapters: “Chapter Four: A Social Network Analysis of Collaboration in a Cross-sector Research Laboratory,” “Chapter Nine: The Analytic Rigor Team: Team Charters and Collaboration,” “Chapter Three: Member Perceptions of Collaboration,” and “Chapter Two: Supporting Immersive Collaboration.” 

Tyler single-authored the book chapter “Chapter One: Innovating national security through immersive collaboration: The vision and construction of the Laboratory of Analytic Sciences.”

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