Faculty Newsbreakers

Faculty Newsbreakers

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Anna-Maria Aksan, PhD, associate professor of economics, co-authored with two Fairfield alumnae, Margaret Williams and Kaitlyn Aussenheimer, the research paper “Providing clean water to rural villages: A cost-effectiveness analysis of boreholes versus purification sachets,” which has been accepted for publication in International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship & Innovation.

Nazli Sila Alan, PhD, associate professor of finance, had her paper “Global Equity Market Volatility during the Initial Stages of Pandemic: Drivers and Policy Responses,” accepted for publication in Journal of Portfolio Management. This paper is co-authored with Ahmet K. Karagozoglu from Hofstra University and Robert F. Engle from NYU Stern School of Business.

Katsiaryna Salavei Bardos, PhD, associate professor of finance, had a paper titled “Student Reactions to a Sudden Shift to Online Course Delivery During the Early Stages of the Covid-19 Pandemic” accepted for publication in the Journal of International Business Education. The paper is co-authored with Linda Hughen and Natalya Shelkova.

Mousumi Bhattacharya, PhD, associate professor of management represented Fairfield University at the 59thAnnual Meeting of the Eastern Academy of Management (EAM).

Michael P. Coyne, PhD, CPA, MBA, associate professor of accounting, presented his paper “How the Development of the Intercontinental Railroads in the United States in the 19th Century significantly changed the practice of Accounting and Finance” at the Economics and Business History Society Conference.

LoriBeth Greenan, professor of practice in marketing, published an article, titled “From the pros: job-seeking advice everyone should know.” She also contributed to “4 Tips from Working PR Pros on Writing Your Press Release” for PRDaily.

Christopher Hamer, instructor of the practice in management, was awarded the 14th and 15th patent for his mobile video platform company CrowdFlik.

Regina Kim, PhD, assistant professor of management, had her research paper "Do you hear my accent? How nonnative English speakers experience conflictual conversations in the workplace" published in International Journal of Conflict Management.

Steven Kozlowski, PhD, assistant professor of finance, had his research paper “Implications of public corruption for local firms: Evidence from corporate debt maturity” accepted for publication in the Journal of Financial Stability. He also presented the paper, titled, “Earnings and capital management and their impact on loan loss provision informativeness: Evidence from the U.S. credit union industry” at the Eastern Finance Association (EFA) Annual Meeting, co-authored with Alec Melotto, MSA’20, MSF’21.

Mark S. LeClair, PhD, professor of economics, had the paper "Proposal for a Donor-Investor Organization," co-authored with Robert Goldberg of Adelphi University, accepted for publication in the Journal of Sustainable Finance and Investment.

Nomalia Manna, PhD, assistant professor of finance, had the research paper "Corporate investments in startups: CVC unit vs. Direct investment" accepted for presentation at the Southwestern Finance Association Conference.

Philip Maymin, PhD, associate professor of analytics and director of the Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) program, was interviewed in-depth on the podcast Stochastic Harmonies about sports analytics.

John McDermott, PhD, associate professor of finance; Nazli Alan, PhD, associate professor of finance; and Michael Puleo, PhD, assistant professor of finance, had their research paper, titled, "ETN Closures: An Empirical Analysis" accepted for publication in The Journal of Index Investing.

Michael McDonald, PhD, associate professor of finance, had his article “Litigation Finance Investing: Alternative Investment Returns in the Presence of Information Asymmetry” accepted for publication in the Journal of Alternative Investments.

David P. Schmidt, PhD, associate professor of management and director of the Waide Center for Applied Ethics, presented "Selected Topics on Business Ethics," via Zoom to students and faculty at Kyiv National Economic University, Ukraine.

Nazuk Sharma, PhD, assistant professor of marketing and Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) Chapter Advisor, co-hosted an international virtual networking event in collaboration with Fairfield University’s BGS student leadership team, The University of Sydney, ICESI University, and IMT Ghaziabad to successfully bring together BGS members from across the globe.

Stanislav Vavilov, PhD, assistant professor of management, had his article "Organizing Projects for Social Innovation“ accepted for publication in the Handbook of Innovation and Project Management and the article "Creating Complementarities: How Entrepreneurs Mobilize Crowdfunding and Local Ecosystems" published in Strategic Organization.

Ying Zhang, PhD, associate professor of finance, had his research paper “Anomalies in REIT Returns: Evidence for and against the Q-Theory” accepted for presentation at the Western Decision Sciences Institute - Fiftieth Annual Meeting.

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