Business Faculty Impact Their Fields Through Summer Research

Outside the classrooms, our business faculty members are conducting important, active research that positively affects their respective fields. Congratulations go to the following members of the College of Business Administration faculty who are recipients of the CBA 2016 Summer Research Awards.

Summer research projects are funded by the College of Business as well as the Supply Chain Management Institute in funding research.

The College is pleased to support these individuals in these endeavors.

Research Awards supported by the College of Business Administration:

Principle Investigator

Title

Dr. Sung Bae, Finance

The Determinants of Foreign Currency Debt Financing: Evidence from Korea Surrounding the Global Financial Crisis

Dr. Margaret Brooks, Management

How Much Validity is Enough? Information Presentation Effects on Practitioners’ Validity Thresholds

Dr. Steven Koppitsch & Dr. Phil Titus, Marketing

Creative Problem Solving Preferences: Predicting Student Career Choice, Engagement, and Satisfaction

Dr. LiuLing Liu, Finance

Bank Credit-Default-Swaps And Deposit Insurance Around The World

Dr. Sherry Sullivan, Management

An Examination of Differences in Service Quality and Work Attitudes of Standard Versus Contingent Employees

Dr. Zheng Zeng, Economics

Identifying Financial and Business Cycles: A Multivariate Threshold Dynamic Factor Model with Economic and Credit Regimes

Dr. Man Zhang, Management

The Effects of Organizational Capability and Guanxi on New Product Performance: An analysis of Exporting SMEs in China

Research Awards supported by the Supply Chain Management Institute:

Principle Investigator

Title

Dr. Amelia Carr, Management

Challenges and Opportunities for Glass Recycling in a Closed Loop Supply Chain