Faculty Newsbreakers

Faculty Newsbreakers

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Anna-Maria Aksan, PhD, associate professor of economics, published her research paper “Son Preference and the Demographic Transition” in Review of Development Economics.

Nazli Sila Alan, PhD, associate professor of finance, had her paper “Firm-Level Cybersecurity Risk and Idiosyncratic Volatility,” with coauthors Ahmet K. Karagozoglu and Tianpeng Zhou of Hofstra University, accepted for publication in the Journal of Portfolio Management.

Katsiaryna Salavei Bardos, PhD, Steven Kozlowski, PhD, and Michael Puleo, PhD, published a post “Entrenchment or Efficiency? CEO-to-Employee Pay Ratio and the Cost of Debt” for Columbia Law School’s blog on corporations and the capital markets.

Katsiaryna Salavei Bardos, PhD, associate professor of finance, had a paper titled “On the importance of teaching real estate in finance curriculum: an applied project for basic finance courses” accepted for publication in Journal of Economics and Finance Education.

Ahmed Ebrahim, PhD, CPA, CMA, associate professor of accounting, published his research paper “The Substance and Form of Islamic Finance Instruments: An Accounting Perspective“ in the Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research.

Xin James He, PhD, professor of analytics, presented a research paper, entitled “S&P 500 Long Term Performance and Seasonality,” at the International Information Management Association (IIMA 2021) Conference (both in-person and virtual), University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, Netherlands.

John Hill, PhD, visiting instructor of economics, was interviewed by CNBC for the segment “BlackRock manages $9.5 trillion in assets. Here’s how it’s preparing for climate change.”

Kara Hunter, PhD, CPA, assistant professor of accounting, presented her paper, co-authored with Joan Lee, PhD, CPA, professor of accounting, and Dawn Massey, PhD, CPA, CGMA, professor of accounting, “Soft Skills in accounting: moving beyond ‘I know it when I see it” at the American Accounting Association annual meeting. Dr. Hunter also published her research paper “Standard precision and aggressive financial reporting: the influence of incentive horizon” in Accounting and Business Research.

Mark LeClair, PhD, professor of economics, had the article “For College Finances, There is no 'Return to Normal" published in Chronicle of Higher Education. Dr. LeClair also presented the paper "Proposal for a Donor-Advisor Organization" at the annual meeting of the Northeast Business and Economics Association, Atlantic City, NJ.

Joan Lee, PhD, CPA, CGMA, professor of accounting, and Dawn W. Massey, PhD, CPA, CGMA, professor of accounting, had their chapter, "Putting ethical dilemmas on students' 'RADAR'" published in Accounting Ethics Education: Making Ethics Real. Dr. Lee also published “A New Paradigm for Introductory Accounting Education at Jesuit Business Schools” in the July 2021 Journal of Jesuit Business Education.

Valeria Martinez, PhD, associate professor of finance, co-hosted the roundtable: “Pandemic Online Teaching Tools and Strategies that can be used to Enhance Student Engagement in the “New” Face to Face Classroom,” at the 2021 Financial Education Association and Academy of Business Education Joint Annual Meeting.

Philip Maymin, PhD, associate professor of analytics, along with his daughters Stella and Maya Maymin, gave a talk on computational mindfulness at the 2021 Wolfram Summer School based on Philip and Stella’s article “Computational Mindfulness,” which was just accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed journal Studies in Social Science Research. Dr. Maymin also gave a talk on “Data Analytics for Humans” at the Bright Horizons “Education Today” even. Lastly, Dr. Maymin was cited in best-selling author Steven Pinker’s new book Rationality.

Sharlene A. McEvoy, JD, PhD, professor of business law, published an article entitled "Using a Hypothetical Case To Teach About Supreme Court Decision-Making," in the International Journal of Social Science and Human Research.

Stanislav Vavilov, PhD, assistant professor of management, had an interview on his MBA and PhD experiences titled “MBA programs as a source of new role models” published in Forbes Education Russia.

Ying Zhang, PhD, associate professor of finance, received the Global Social Science Institute (GSSI) 2020 International Real Estate Review (IRER) Best Paper - Silver Award. The GSSI 2020 IRER Best Paper Awards are given to papers that have made significant contributions to theoretical and empirical research in real estate, housing, finance, and associated areas.

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