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College Of Business News, Georgia Southern University May 2020

College Of Business News, Georgia Southern University

Business, College of - News

  • Sales students in Parker College of Business compete virtually in global competition


Early Nineteenth Century Accounting By An Adolescent Merchant, Laurie J. Henry, Michael E. Bitter May 2020

Early Nineteenth Century Accounting By An Adolescent Merchant, Laurie J. Henry, Michael E. Bitter

Southern Business Review

Laurie J. Henry, PhD, CPA, CGFM, is an associate professor of accounting, in the Department of Accounting, College of Business and Public Administration, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA 23529-0229.

Michael E. Bitter, Ph.D., CPA, is a professor of accounting, in the School of Business Administration, M.E. Rinker, Sr. Institute of Tax and Accountancy, Stetson University, Deland, FL 32723.


How Industrial Relations Informs The Teaching Of Ethics In Human Resource Management, Charles G. Smith, Hugh D. Hindman May 2020

How Industrial Relations Informs The Teaching Of Ethics In Human Resource Management, Charles G. Smith, Hugh D. Hindman

Southern Business Review

Charles G. Smith, Ph.D., is professor of management, in the Department of Business, Accounting, and Economics, Otterbein College, Westerville, OH 43081.

Hugh D. Hindman, Ph.D., is professor of labor & human resources, in the Walker College of Business, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC 28608.


Management Entrenchment In The Market For Corporate Control, Ken C. Yook, George M. Mccabe May 2020

Management Entrenchment In The Market For Corporate Control, Ken C. Yook, George M. Mccabe

Southern Business Review

Ken C.Yook, Ph.D., is associate professor of finance. Department of Finance, The Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC 20036.

George M. McCabe, Ph.D., is professor of finance, Department of Finance, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 68588.


Southern Business Review Title Page, College Of Business May 2020

Southern Business Review Title Page, College Of Business

Southern Business Review

Southern Business Review Spring 2007 Volume 32 Issue Number 2.


Southern Business Review Issue Cover, Georgia Southern College Of Business May 2020

Southern Business Review Issue Cover, Georgia Southern College Of Business

Southern Business Review

Southern Business Review Spring 2007 Volume 32 Issue 2


College Of Business News, Georgia Southern University May 2020

College Of Business News, Georgia Southern University

Business, College of - News

  • Innovating for a cause: Georgia Southern University manufacturing 3D printed PPE for healthcare workers


College Of Business News, Georgia Southern University May 2020

College Of Business News, Georgia Southern University

Business, College of - News

  • Georgia Southern Eagle Battalion Commander to continue soaring after graduation


College Of Business News, Georgia Southern University Apr 2020

College Of Business News, Georgia Southern University

Business, College of - News

  • Pivoting during a pandemic


College Of Business News, Georgia Southern University Apr 2020

College Of Business News, Georgia Southern University

Business, College of - News

  • Parker College of Business students receive $15K in scholarships


Are Eco-Friendly Cars More Favorable? An Exploratory Study Of Attitude Toward Eco-Friendliness Among Multiethnic Consumers In The U.S., Meng Tian, Sindy Chapa, Michael Walsh, Nicholas Kjaerholt, Ailin Xia Apr 2020

Are Eco-Friendly Cars More Favorable? An Exploratory Study Of Attitude Toward Eco-Friendliness Among Multiethnic Consumers In The U.S., Meng Tian, Sindy Chapa, Michael Walsh, Nicholas Kjaerholt, Ailin Xia

Association of Marketing Theory and Practice Proceedings 2020

Between technological developments in the car industry and increasing interest in eco friendly products among consumers, eco-friendly cars are gradually entering consumers' sights. This study examines the factors that influence consumers’ attitudes toward the adoption of eco-friendly cars. This study conducted an online survey with a sample (N = 3,191) collected through a national panel (Dynata). The results demonstrate that consumers’ concern about environmental sustainability and attitude towards environmentally friendly products impact consumers’ attitudes toward eco-friendly cars. It was also found that consumer’s level of collectivism positively influence their attitude toward environmentally friendly products. Further, the results showed consumers ...


Can Social Media Marketing Effects Be Sustained?, Manisha Mathur Apr 2020

Can Social Media Marketing Effects Be Sustained?, Manisha Mathur

Association of Marketing Theory and Practice Proceedings 2020

The social media strategies have changed the landscape of customer-firm associations. Yet, little is understood about the sustained effects of social media, particularly on firm performance. This research examines the extent to which social media plays a key role in the development of branding and marketing strategies that lead to sustained competitive advantage. We use econometric modeling to determine whether a brand’s performance remains stable with the extended implementation of social media marketing and how long the effect of social media is beneficial for a firm. The results yield significant implications for both marketing theory and practice.

The objective ...


It Takes An (Online) Village: Adoptive Parent Identity Construction Through Blogging, Elise Johansen Harvey Apr 2020

It Takes An (Online) Village: Adoptive Parent Identity Construction Through Blogging, Elise Johansen Harvey

Association of Marketing Theory and Practice Proceedings 2020

There are over 1.5 million adopted children in the U.S. Extant literature primarily examines these adopted children, not their parents, in terms of identity, coping skills, stigma, and more. We know little about how adoptive parents establish their identity as parents without going through the visual and biological transition as women who give birth do. There is a need for research on the intersection of marketplace resources and communication in the formation and confirmation of parental and family identity. We draw on consumer culture theory, which illustrates how consumer coproduce their identity, or sense of self, through market-based ...


Generational Differences In Attitudes About Unions: A Segmented Dispositional Marketing Approach, Vickie Coleman Gallagher, Jack Firorito Apr 2020

Generational Differences In Attitudes About Unions: A Segmented Dispositional Marketing Approach, Vickie Coleman Gallagher, Jack Firorito

Southern Business Review

Vickie Coleman Gallagher, is a Ph.D. student at Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL 32306.

Jack Firorito, Ph.D., is the J. Frank Dame Professor of Management, College of Business, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL 32306.

Recipient, Best Paper Award, 26th Annual Southern Industrial Relations and Human Resource Conference (SIRHRC), Savannah, GA 31401.


Successful Strategies For Small-Sized U.S. Exporters Of Consumer Products To Japanese Markets, Nobuaki Namiki Apr 2020

Successful Strategies For Small-Sized U.S. Exporters Of Consumer Products To Japanese Markets, Nobuaki Namiki

Southern Business Review

Nobuaki Namiki, Ph.D., is professor of strategic management, Department of Economics, Rikkyo University, Tokyo, Japan 171-8501.


Characteristics Of Effective Leaders In Economic Development: An Exploratory Study, Donna K. Fisher, Russell Kent, Linda Nottingham, J Robert B. Field Apr 2020

Characteristics Of Effective Leaders In Economic Development: An Exploratory Study, Donna K. Fisher, Russell Kent, Linda Nottingham, J Robert B. Field

Southern Business Review

Donna K. Fisher, Ph.D., is an assistant professor, School of Economic Development, College of Business Administration, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA 30460-8152.

Russell Kent, Ph.D., is a professor, Department of Marketing & Logistics. College of Business Administration, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA 30460-8154.

Linda Nottingham, ABD, is an instructor, Central Florida College, Winter Park, FL 32789.

J Robert B. Field, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of marketing, Algoma University College, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario P6A 2G4, Canada.


Foreign Direct Investment In The United States: Interest Rate And Exchange Rate, David Y. Chen Apr 2020

Foreign Direct Investment In The United States: Interest Rate And Exchange Rate, David Y. Chen

Southern Business Review

David Y. Chen, Ph.D., is an associate professor, Department of Economics and Transportation/ Logistics. North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro, NC 27411.


Southern Business Review Title Page, College Of Business Apr 2020

Southern Business Review Title Page, College Of Business

Southern Business Review

Southern Business Review Fall 2005 Volume 31 Issue Number 1


Southern Business Review Issue Cover, Georgia Southern College Of Business Apr 2020

Southern Business Review Issue Cover, Georgia Southern College Of Business

Southern Business Review

Southern Business Review Fall 2005 Volume 31 Issue Number 1 Table of Contents


“Is This My Job At All?” The Impact Of Flexible Role Orientation In Predicting Extra-Role Behavior, P. B. Srikanth, M. G. Jomon Apr 2020

“Is This My Job At All?” The Impact Of Flexible Role Orientation In Predicting Extra-Role Behavior, P. B. Srikanth, M. G. Jomon

Southern Business Review

P. B. Srikanth is a doctoral student in human resource management, XLRI, Xavier School of Management, C.H. Area (East), Jamshedpur – 831035, India.

M. G. Jomon, PhD., is a professor in human resource management and organizational behavior, XLRI, Xavier School of Management, C.H. Area (East), Jamshedpur – 831035, India.


“Unclean Hands” And Mortgages: Financial Accounting Ramifications, Anthony Masino, Gary Burkette Apr 2020

“Unclean Hands” And Mortgages: Financial Accounting Ramifications, Anthony Masino, Gary Burkette

Southern Business Review

Anthony Masino, JD, CPA, MPAcc, is an assistant professor in the Department of Accountancy at East Tennessee State University, Johnson City TN 37602.

Gary Burkette, PhD, CPA, is chair of the Department of Accountancy at East Tennessee State University, Johnson City TN 37602.


From Adaptation To Standardization: The Positive Cycle Of Cross-Culturally Customized Communication, Mauro Csvallone Apr 2020

From Adaptation To Standardization: The Positive Cycle Of Cross-Culturally Customized Communication, Mauro Csvallone

Southern Business Review

Mauro Cavallone is an associate professor of economics and business management, University of Bergamo, Bergamo, Italy.


Southern Business Review Title Page, Georgia Southern College Of Business Apr 2020

Southern Business Review Title Page, Georgia Southern College Of Business

Southern Business Review

Southern Business Review Summer 2013 Volume 38 Issue Number 2


Southern Business Review Issue Cover, Georgia Southern College Of Business Apr 2020

Southern Business Review Issue Cover, Georgia Southern College Of Business

Southern Business Review

Southern Business Review Summer 2013 Volume 38 Issue Number 2. Table of Contents.


An Interview On Leadership With Al Carey, Ceo, Pepsico Beverages, Paul T. Barrett, James C. Haug, John N. Gaskins Apr 2020

An Interview On Leadership With Al Carey, Ceo, Pepsico Beverages, Paul T. Barrett, James C. Haug, John N. Gaskins

Southern Business Review

Paul T. Barrett, PhD, CPA, is dean and professor of business for the College of Business and Economics, Longwood University, Farmville, VA 23909.

James C. Haug, DBA, is associate professor of management, Longwood University, College of Business and Economics, Farmville, VA 23909.

John N. Gaskins, PhD, currently serves as associate professor of marketing and retailing, Longwood University, College of Business and Economics, Farmville, VA 23909.


Critical Thinking In A College Of Business Administration, Phyllis R. Anderson, Joanne R. Reid Apr 2020

Critical Thinking In A College Of Business Administration, Phyllis R. Anderson, Joanne R. Reid

Southern Business Review

Phyllis R. Anderson, MetE, MBA, PhD, is a senior university lecturer in the College of Business and Public Administration at Governors State University, One University Parkway, University Park, IL 60484.

Joanne R. Reid, BA, MSED, EdD, is the vice president of Corporate Development Associates, Inc., Lombard, IL 60148.


Detecting Earnings Management In Bank Merger Targets Using An Industry Specific Model, Scott I. Meisel Apr 2020

Detecting Earnings Management In Bank Merger Targets Using An Industry Specific Model, Scott I. Meisel

Southern Business Review

Dr. Scott I. Meisel, PH.D., CPA, is associate professor of accounting in the Department of Accounting, Economics, and Finance in the School of Business and Public Administration at Morehead State University, Morehead, KY 40351.


Southern Business Review Title Page, Georgia Southern College Of Business Apr 2020

Southern Business Review Title Page, Georgia Southern College Of Business

Southern Business Review

Southern Business Review Winter 2013 Volume 38 Issue 1


Southern Business Review Issue Cover, Georgia Southern College Of Business Apr 2020

Southern Business Review Issue Cover, Georgia Southern College Of Business

Southern Business Review

Southern Business Review Winter 2013 Volume 38 Issue 1 Table of Contents


Pedagogical Inquiry: Are Accounting Departments Committed To Auditing And Ethics Education—The Case Of Texas Public Universities, Patricia Eason, Joseph J. Oliveti, Robert Walsh Apr 2020

Pedagogical Inquiry: Are Accounting Departments Committed To Auditing And Ethics Education—The Case Of Texas Public Universities, Patricia Eason, Joseph J. Oliveti, Robert Walsh

Southern Business Review

Patricia Eason, PhD, CPA, is an associate professor of accounting at the College of Business, University of Dallas, Irving, TX 75062.

Joseph J. Oliveti, MBA, CPA, is an affiliate professor of accounting at the College of Business, University of Dallas, Irving, TX 75062.

Robert Walsh, PhD, CPA, is an associate professor of accounting at the College of Business, University of Dallas, Irving, TX 75062.