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Arjun Chadhuri, PhD, professor of marketing and Thomas R. Fitzgerald endowed chair, presented the paper “The Role of Rationality in Creating Store Value” at the 26th International Conference on Retailing and Consumer Science (RARCS), Tallinn, Estonia. July, 2019.

Ahmed Ebrahim, PhD, associate professor of accounting, had his paper, “Cost Shifting and UBTI Reporting in Colleges and Universities,” accepted for presentation at the annual National Association of Business, Economics, and Technology (NABET) conference this month.

Xin James He, PhD, professor of information systems and operations management, won the Best Paper Award at the 2019 International Association for Information and Management Science in Lhasa, Tibet, China, August, 2019, with the paper, entitled, “Time Series Forecasting Models for U.S. Stock Market.” He also won the Outstanding Scholarship Award for his research paper “Seasonality Analysis of the U.S. Stock Market” at the 2019 International Information Management Association Conference, New Rochelle, New York, September, 2019.

Gregory Koutmos, PhD, Gerald M. Levin chair and professor of finance, and Katsiaryna Salavei Bardos, PhD, associate professor of finance, published the article “Risk Dynamics Around Restatement Announcements” in the Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting.

Dawn Massey, PhD, professor of accounting, had a peer-review book chapter - Farrar, J., D. Massey and L. Thorne. 2019. "Exposing the political chameleon: Insights from Canadian taxpayers’ perceptions of tax fairness" accepted in Who Payeth for Canada? Taxes and Fairness, edited by E. Heaman and D. Trough, [Forthcoming]. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press. (Peer-reviewed). She also had one peer-review book chapter accepted in the following text: Farrar, J., D. Massey and L. Thorne. 2020. Personal tax compliance: Ethical decision making in the tax context. In The Routledge Companion to Accounting Ethics, edited by E. Taylor and P. Williams, [Forthcoming]. London, New York: Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group. (Peer-reviewed).

Philip Maymin, PhD, associate professor of the practice of information systems and operations management, and director of the MSBA program, had a paper, titled, “Using Scouting Reports Text to Predict NCAA->NBA Performance” accepted as a poster presentation at the New England Symposium for Statistics in Sports at Harvard in September, 2019. He also presented “Computational Mindfulness,” co-authored with his daughter Stella, which was accepted for a presentation at the Wolfram Technology Conference in Champaign, IL last month, based on Stella’s project from the Wolfram High School Summer Camp. Dr. Maymin also interviewed with the Greenwich Time and WICC600. 

Michael McDonald, PhD, associate professor of finance, and Thomas Conine, professor of finance, had a paper accepted in the Journal of Business Research, titled, "Working Capital Management Practices Across Industries."

David Schmidt, PhD, associate professor of business ethics and director of the Patrick J. Waide Center for Applied Ethics, debated academic policy with Oleksandr Linchevskyy (former Deputy Minister of Health of Ukraine), moderated by Inna Sovsun (member of the Ukraine parliament), at Chernivtsi National University, Ukraine, last month.

Sharlene McEvoy, PhD, professor of business law, published the article, "The First Thing We Do...Let's Kill the Kill Switches" (with apologies to William Shakespeare) in Urban Studies and Public Administration, Volume 2, No. 3, September, 2019.

Jeffrey Moretz, PhD, assistant professor of management, Cathy Giapponi, PhD, associate professor of management, and Chris Huntley, PhD, associate professor of information systems and operations management, received the Best Paper Award for their case study, SoccerGrlProbs, exploring an entrepreneurial startup by a group of Fairfield University student athletes, which was presented at the Eastern Academy of Management annual conference.

Iman Naderi, PhD, associate professor of marketing, presented a research paper, titled, “The Interactive Effects of Product Design and Environment Congruence on Consumers’ Cognitive and Affective Responses” at the Academy of Marketing Science World Marketing Congress, Edinburgh, Scotland, July, 2019. He also had his paper, “Human Resource Management Challenges Facing Franchise Businesses,” co-authored with Mohammadali Zolfagharian (Bowling Green State University), accepted for publication in Personnel Review, and his paper, “Unplanned Purchase Decision Making under Simultaneous Financial and Time Pressure,” co-authored with Eric Van Steenburg (Montana State University), accepted for publication in Journal of Marketing Theory & Practice.

John Neal, visiting professor of marketing, received the 2019 Club Advisor of the Year Award for his work as an advisor of the Fairfield Dolan Marketing Club. With over 150 members, the Marketing Club is one of the largest student clubs and hosts high profile speaker events.  

Rajasree K. Rajamma, PhD, associate professor of marketing, had her paper, "User Generated Content (UGC) Misclassification and its Effects," accepted for publication in the Journal of Consumer Marketing.

Nazuk Sharma, PhD, assistant professor of marketing and coauthor Lisa Monahan, PhD, had their paper, titled, "Product Performance Implications of Framing White Space in Advertising" accepted for publication in Journal of Consumer Marketing

Ying Zhang, PhD, associate professor of finance, had his paper “Industry Concentration and U.S. REIT Returns” accepted for publication at Real Estate Economics, and his paper, “Property prices: How effective is the property-purchasing limitation policy for managing affordability?” accepted for publication at International Real Estate Review.

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