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Anna-Maria Aksan, PhD, assistant professor of economics, William Vazquez, PhD, associate professor of economics, and Jennifer Trudeau ’09, assistant professor of economics at Sacred Heart University co-authored an article which has been accepted for publication entitled, "Water System Unreliability and Diarrhea Incidence among Children in Guatemala." Their research is forthcoming in the International Journal of Public Health.

Mousumi Bose-Godbole, PhD, associate professor of marketing, recently published the following article, “How Gender Identity Affects Consumer Behavior: Overview and Historical analysis,” in the Journal of Business Diversity. Bose-Godbole also provided commentary for the recent Connecticut Post article, “Chillybear in Greenwich Rides the Wave of Pop-culture Trends.”

Gregory Koutmos, PhD, Levin professor of finance, presented his paper at the 84th International Atlantic Economic Conference in Montreal, QC Canada. The paper, “Asymmetric Fund Performance Characteristics," was co-authored with K. Hogholm, K. Knif, and S. Punnomen.

Lisa Mainiero, PhD, professor of management, co-authored a paper with Don Gibson, PhD, vice provost, entitled “The Kaleidoscope Career Model Revisited: How Men and Women Diverge on Authenticity, Balance, and Challenge in Midcareer” in the Journal of Career Development. Dr. Mainiero was also quoted for an article by The Atlantic entitled, “Online Dating Tries to Flirt with the Workplace." 

John McDermott, PhD, associate professor of finance, published a paper in the Journal of Index Investing entitled, “U.S. Low and Minimum Volatility Indexes: An Empirical Analysis of Factor Exposure." 

Sharlene McEvoy, PhD, professor of business law, had an article accepted for publication in volume 6.1 of the University of Baltimore Journal of Land and Development. The article is entitled, “On Dangerous Ground?: The Turf War Over Crumb Rubber: Potential Liability for Manufacturers and Municipalities.” Dr. McEvoy was also chosen as an Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award winner.

Ying “Clement” Zhang, PhD, associate professor of finance, had the following research published or accepted for publication: “Can we Have More Real Estate to Hold? - Evidence from Statistical Properties of Listed REITs versus Listed Property Companies in the USA,” (co-authored with John Glascock, Wikrom Prombutr, and Tingyu Zhou), forthcoming in the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics; “An Anatomy of the Interrelationship between Equity and Mortgage REITs,” (co-authored with Andrew Hansz, Wikrom Prombutr, and Tingyu Zhou), forthcoming in the International Real Estate Review; “A Review and Extension of Merger and Acquisition Research between REITs and General Corporations,” (co-authored with John Glascock and Tingyu Zhou), forthcoming in the Journal of Real Estate Literature; and “An Investigation into the Substitutability of Equity and Mortgage REITs in Real Estate Portfolios,” (co-authored with Andrew Hansz and Tingyu Zhou), published in the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics.

 

 

 

 

 

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