College of Business Faculty & Research


GSU College of Business faculty are leaders in their fields, sharing their expertise in the classroom and with national and local media outlets, serving their professional communities, and publishing research in some of the top journals in their disciplines including The Accounting Review, Academy of Management Review, Management Science, Journal of Finance, Production and Operations Management, and Harvard Business Review.

Faculty Research Publications

2016

  

Williams Community Hospital: An Internal Auditing Case

By Mr. Michael Trendell, Lecturer in Accounting

 

Visual Metaphor in Ads: The Inverted-U Effects of Incongruity on Processing Pleasure and Ad Effectiveness

By Dr. Praggyan Mohanty, Assistant Professor of Marketing

Mohanty, P., & Ratneshwar, S. (2016). Visual Metaphors in Ads: The Inverted-U Effects of Incongruity on Processing Pleasure and Ad Effectiveness. Journal of Promotion Management, Vol. 22(3), 443-460. (View abstract online)  

INTERNAL CONTROL OVER FINANCIAL REPORTING AND THE SAFEGUARDING OF CORPORATE RESOURCES: EVIDENCE FROM THE VALUE OF CASH HOLDINGS

By Dr. Xinghua Gao, Assistant Professor of Accounting  

Gao, X., & Jia, Y. (2016). Internal Control over Financial Reporting and the Safeguarding of Corporate Resources: Evidence from the Value of Cash Holdings. Contemporary Accounting Research. Vol. 33(2), 783-814. (Abstract available online

 

Momentum: Further Evidence from Australia

By Dr. Xiuxing Ji, Associate Professor of Finance

Ji, X. (2016). Momentum: Further Evidence from Australia. Vol. 18, 234-236. (View abstract online)

The Effects of Channel Experiences and direct Marketing on Customer Retention in Multichannel Settings

By Dr. Chun-Wei Chang, Assistant Professor of Marketing

Chang, C., Zhang, J. (2016). The Effects of Channel Experiences and Direct Marketing on Customer Retention in Multichannel Settings. Journal of Interactive Marketing, Vol. 36, 77-90.
 

Puzzle - Verbal Arithmetic and Mastermind

By Dr. John Simon, Associate Professor of Management

Simon, J. (2016). Puzzle - Verbal Arithmetic and Mastermind. INFORMS Transactions on Education. Vol. 17(1), 39-41. (View abstract online
 
 

MANDATORY UNION DUES: A CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR

By Mr. Brian McKenna, Associate Professor of Accounting

McKenna, B., & McKenna, N. (2016). Mandatory Union Dues: A Constitutional Challenge in the Public Sector. Labor Law Journal, Vol. 67(1), 277-284.

 

Beneficial Effects of Semantic Memory Support on Older Adults' Episodic Memory: Differential Patterns of Support of Item and Associative Information

By Dr. Praggyan Mohanty, Assistant Professor of Marketing

Mohanty, P., Naveh-Benjamin, M., & Ratneshwar, Srinivasan. (2016). Beneficial effects of semantic memory support on older adults’ episodic memory: Differential patterns of support of item and associative information. Psychology and Aging, Vol 31(1), 25-36.  (Abstract available online)

 

Does Institutional Quality in Developing Countries Affect Remittances?

By Dr. Evelina Mengova, Associate Professor of Economics

Lartey, E., & Mengova, E. (2016). Does Institutional Quality in Developing Countries Affect Remittances? The Journal of Developing Areas,  Vol. 50(1), 59-76. DOI: 10.1353/jda.2016.0008 (Abstract available online)

Influence of Forecasting on Bullwhip Effect

By Dr. John Simon, Associate Professor of Management

  

Accelerating Deductions, an Overview of Investment Incentives

by Alice Keane, Assistant Professor of Accounting

 

Thinking Outside the Box Office: Using Movies to Build Shared Experiences and Student Engagement in Online or Hybrid Learning

By Dr. William Kresse, Associate Professor of Management

 

Business School Accreditation in the Changing Global Marketplace: A Comparative Study of the Agencies and Their Competitive Strategies

By Dr. Jun Zhao, Professor of Management, & Dr. Carlos Ferran, Associate Professor of Management Information Systems

Zhao, J., Ferran, C. (2016). Business school accreditation in the changing global marketplace: A comparative study of the agencies and their competitive strategies, Vol. 9 (1), 52 - 69. (Abstract available online)

 


2015 

 

The Role Of Internal Control in the Equity Issue Market: evidence from Seasoned Equity Offerings

By Dr. Xinghua Gao, Assistant Professor of Accounting; Dr. Yonghong Jia, Assistant Professor of Accounting  

Gao, X., & Jia, Y. (In-Press). The Role of Internal Control in the Equity Issue Market: Evidence from Seasoned Equity Offerings. Journal of Accounting & Finance. (In Press; Abstract available online)

Williams Community Hospital: An Internal Auditing Case

By Mr. Michael Trendell, Lecturer in Accounting

Shelton, S.W., Trendell, M., & Whittington, R. (In-Press). Williams Community Hospital: An Internal Auditing Case. Issues in Accounting Education. View abstract.

 

Did Your Get It? Factors Influencing Subjective Comprehension of Visual Metaphors in Advertising

By Dr. Praggyan (Pam) Mohanty, Assistant Professor of Marketing

Mohanty, P., & Ratneshwar, S. (2015).Did You Get it? Factors Influencing Subjective Comprehension of Visual Metaphors in Advertising. Journal of Advertising, Vol. 44 (3), 232-242. View abstract.

 

Trading Tasks and Skill Premia

By Dr. Evelina Mengova, Associate Professor of Economics

Khalifa, S., Mengova, E. (2015).Trading Tasks and Skill Premia. Journal of Finance and Economics, Vol. 3 (3), 46-71. View article. 


Exports, Imports, and Economic Growth in Liberia: Evidence from Causality and Cointegration Analysis

By Dr. Anthony Andrews, Associate Professor of Economics

Andrews, A. (2015). Exports, Imports, and Economics Growth in Liberia: Evidence from Causality and Cointegration Analysis. Journal of Management Policy and Practice, Vol. 16 (3), 95-109. View article.

 

Only Time Will Tell: The Changing Relationships Between LMX, Job Performance, and Justice

By Dr. Chelsea Vanderpool, Assistant Professor of Management

Park, S., Sturman, M. C., Vanderpool, C., & Chan, E. (2015). Only Time Will Tell: The Changing Relationships Between LMX, Job Performance, and Justice. Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 100 (3), 660-680. View the abstract.
 

ALL YOU NEED IS TRUST? AN EXAMINATION OF INTER-ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPLY CHAIN PROJECTS

by Dr. Gökçe Sargut, Assistant Professor of Management. 

 Brinkhoff, A.Ozer, O., & Sargut, G. (2015). All You Need Is Trust? An Examination of Inter-organizational Supply Chain Projects. Production and Operations Management, 24 (2), 181-200. 

Do PPACA Credits and Mandates Apply in States with Federal Exchanges? 

By Brian McKenna, Associate Professor of Accounting. Read the article here.

McKenna, B. & McKenna, N., (2015). Do PPACA Credits and Mandates Apply in States With Federal Exchanges? The Tax Adviser, Vol. 46 (2), 108-114. 

 


  

2014

 

Accounting Server: Automatically Generating Accounting Transactions from Business Modules  

By Dr. Carlos Ferran, Associate Professor of Management Information Systems

Salim, R., & Ferran, C. (2014). Accounting Server: Automatically Generating Accounting Transactions from Business Modules, Journal of Applied Finance Research, 2014 (2), 20-27.     
 
 

Work Overload Stress of Russian Working Adults: Do Age, Gender, Education, Religion, Management Experience and Government Work Experience Make a Difference?

by Dr. Natalia Ermasova, Assistant Professor of Public Administration.   
 
 Nguyen, L. D., Ermasova, N., Geyfman, V., and Mujtaba, B. G. (May 2014). Leadership Orientations of Russian Working Adults: Do Age, Gender, Education, and Government Work Experience Make a Difference? Public Organization Review, 6 (2), 76-89. 

 

 

 Job control and burnout: A meta-analytic test of the conservation of resources model   

by Dr. Stephen Wagner, Associate Professor of Management

Park, H.I., Jacob, A.C., Wagner, S.H., Baiden, M. (2014). Job Control and Burnout: A Meta-Analytic Test of the Conservation of Resources Model, Applied Psychology: An International Review, 63 (4), 608-642. 

 

 Quality of Institutions and Outsourcing  

 by Dr. Evelina Mengova, Assistant Professor of Economics 

Mengova, E. (2014). Quality of Institutions and Outsourcing, International Economics Journal, 28 (4), 639-659.

 

 The Price Discovery Puzzle in Offshore Yuan Trading: Different Contributions for Different Contracts

by Dr. Michael Williams, Assistant Professor of Finance

 Ding, D. K., Tse, Y., & Williams, M. R. (2014).  The Price Discovery Puzzle in Offshore Yuan Trading: Different Contributions for Different Contracts.   Journal of Futures Markets, 34 (2), 103-123.   

  

CEO and CFO Equity Incentives and the Pricing of Audit Services

 by Dr. Xinghua Gao, Assistant Professor of Accounting & Dr. Yonghong Jia, Assistant Professor of Accounting 

 Billings, B.A., Gao, X., & Jia, Y. (2014). CEO and CFO Equity Incentives and the Pricing of Audit Services. Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory. 33 (2), 1-25. 

 

Sociology of School Boards: A Social Capital Perspective

by Dr. Gökçe Sargut, Assistant Professor of Management

Saatcioglu, A. & Sargut, G. (2014). Sociology of School Boards: A Social Capital Perspective. Sociological Inquiry, 84 (1), 42–74.

 

News Spillovers from the Greek Debt Crisis: Impact on the Eurozone Financial Sector

by Dr. Michael Williams, Assistant Professor of Finance

 Bhanot, K., Burns, N., Hunter, D., & Williams, M. R. (2014).  News Spillovers from the Greek Debt Crisis: Impact on the Eurozone Financial Sector.   Journal of Banking & Finance, 38 (1), 51-63.    

 

 

Follow the Leader: Earnings Management Herding

by Dr. Michael Williams, Assistant Professor of Finance

 Liu, L., Williams, M. R., & Yin, J. (2014).  Follow the Leader: Earnings Management Herding.   Global Business and Finance Review, 19 (1), 28-44.    



2013

 

Valuation Consequences of Clawback Provisions 

By Dr. Yonghong Jia, Assistant Professor of Accounting 

Jia, Y . (2013) Valuation Consequences of Clawback Provisions, The Accounting Review, 88 (1), 171-198.  

 

The Influence of Outsourcing Models on Vendor Knowledge Integration   

By Dr. Rob Sinclair, Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship 

Ahuja, M. & Sinclair, R. F. (2013).  The Influence of Outsourcing Models on Vendor Knowledge Integration.   Journal of Information Technology Theory & Application, 13 (4)..    

 

Leadership and responses to organizational crisis 

By Dr. Stephen Wagner, Associate Professor of Management 

Wagner, S. (2013).  Leadership and responses to organizational crisis.   Industrial and Organizational Psychology.   

 

Investor protection and corporate cash holdings around the world: new evidence   

By Dr. Yonghong Jia, Assistant Professor of Accounting 

Iskandar-Datta, M. & Jia, Y. (2013). Investor protection and corporate cash holdings around the world: new evidence.   Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting..    

 

Does Index Speculation Impact Commodity Prices? An Intraday Futures Analysis  

By Dr. Michael Williams, Assistant Professor of Finance 

Tse, Y. & Williams, M. R. (2013).  Does Index Speculation Impact Commodity Prices? An Intraday Futures Analysis.   Financial Review, The, 48 (3), 365-383.    

 

Failure to Trade: The Curious Case of Two Argus Oil Futures Contracts  

By Dr. Michael Williams, Assistant Professor of Finance 

Tse, Y. K. & Williams, M. R. (2013).  Failure to Trade: The Curious Case of Two Argus Oil Futures Contracts.   International Review of Accounting, Banking and Finance, 5 (1), 3-16.  

 

Returns Transmission, Value at Risk, and Diversification Benefits in International REITs: Evidence from the Financial Crisis 

 

By Dr. Michael Williams, Assistant Professor of Finance 

Lu, C., Tse, Y., & Williams, M. R. (2013).  Returns Transmission, Value at Risk, and Diversification Benefits in International REITs: Evidence from the Financial Crisis.   Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 40 (2), 293-318.    

  

ADMINISTRATIVE INNOVATIONS IN CAPITAL BUDGETING AT THE STATE LEVEL IN THE USA DURING THE GREAT RECESSION

 by Natalia Ermazova, Assistant Professor of Public Administration. (In Journal of Business and Economics, Vol.4, No.10, October, 2013, 957-972.)

 

Training for Disaster Management 

by Dr. Mary Bruce, Associate Professor of Public Administration.

Bruce, M. (2013). Training for Disaster Management, Illinois Political Science Review, 2013 (15), 28-40.