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Publications of New Jersey Business Faculty  

Fifteenth Annual Volume
Publications of New Jersey's Business Faculty

NJ Pro

Sponsored by

The New Jersey Policy Research Organization Foundation and

The Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University

The NJPRO Foundation, and the Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University proudly present our fifteenth volume of the Publications of New Jersey's Business Faculty.  This collaboration, which celebrates the intellectual capital at colleges of business within the State of New Jersey, is a natural fit for our organizations.  The NJPRO Foundation has a long and distinguished record of educating its constituents on important business issues of the day.  The Stillman School, in sharing current research with others, seeks to improve the learning environment of students and faculty and to enhance the effectiveness of business organizations.  Together, we have compiled the 2015 research works of business faculty within New Jersey.  We also include teaching notes that summarize examples of ways to connect the classroom to the business world.

We are proud to recognize the very best papers from 2015.  These authors have earned the Bright Idea Award for their research.  We appreciate the efforts of Professor Barbara Boyington (Brookdale Community College), Dean Edward Petkus (Ramapo College of New Jersey), Dean Andrew Rosman (Fairleigh Dickinson University), Executive Vice Dean Yaw Mensah (Rutgers University-Newark and New Brunswick) and our colleagues from NJPRO who helped us in the evaluation of the many worthy papers that were submitted.  Congratulations to our award winners!

Here are the 2015 Bright Idea Award winners:

AccountingSean Stein Smith of Rutgers University-Camden for: Smith, S.S. (2015). Arguing for a multiple capital model. International Journal of Managerial Studies and Research, 3(5), 22-32.

Decision Sciences:  David D. Dobrzykowski andRudolf Leuschner of Rutgers University-Newark and New Brunswick, and James Jungbae Roh of Rowan University for: Dobrzykowski, D.D., Leuschner, R., Hong, P.C., and Roh, J.J. (2015). Examining absorptive capacity in supply chains: Linking responsive strategy and firm performance. Journal of Supply Chain Management, 51(4), 3-28.

Decision SciencesDavid D. Dobrzykowski of Rutgers University-Newark and New Brunswick for: Dobrzykowski, D.D., Callaway, S.K., & Vonderembse, M.A. (2015). Examining pathways from innovation orientation to patient satisfaction: A relational view of healthcare delivery. Decision Sciences, 46(5), 863-899.

EconomicsEverard James Cowan and Karen C. Denning of Fairleigh Dickinson University for: Anderson, A., Cowan E.J., & Denning, K.C. (2015). Human capital reorganizations and market performance: U.S. firms. Business and Economic Research, 5(2), 97-121.

EconomicsAnca M. Grecu of Seton Hall University for: Grecu, A.M. & Spector, L.C. (2015). The impact of diabetes insurance mandates on infant health. Southern Economic Journal, 81(4), 1040-1061.

Economics:  Bernard McSherry of New Jersey City University for: Kirk, C.P., McSherry, B., & Swain, S.D. (2015). Investing the self: The effect of nonconscious goals on investor psychological ownership and word-of-mouth intentions. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 58, 186-194.

Finance:  Marguerite Schneider of New Jersey Institute of Technology for: Schneider, M. (2015). Managerialism versus shareholderism: An examination of hedge fund activism. In M.L. Goranova & L.V. Ryan (Eds.), Shareholder Empowerment: A New Era in Corporate Governance, (pp. 171-199). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

Management:  Stephen E. Bear of Fairleigh Dickinson University for: Bear, S.E., & Hwang, A. (2015). Who mentors? Contextual prosocial motivation and willingness to be a mentor. Human Resource Development International, 18(1), 58-75.

Management:  Alex Trillo and Mary Kate Naatus of Saint Peter's University for: Trillo, A., & Naatus, M.K. (2015). In defence of the neighbourhood: Understanding micro-business entrepreneurship, embeddedness and social capital as a means to community well-being. International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 3(5), 400-420.

Pedagogy:  Dana M. Benbow and David Perricone of Centenary University for: Benbow, D.M., & Perricone, D. (2015). What do Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, and the NFL have to do with finance? Creating an integrated sports finance class. Teaching Note.

Pedagogy:  Alan Fask, Frederick Englander and Zhaobo Bob Wang of Fairleigh Dickinson University for: Fask, A., Englander, F., & Wang, Z. (2015). On the integrity of online testing for introductory statistics courses: A latent variable approach. Practical Assessment, Research & Evaluation, 20(10), pp. 1-12.

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