Professors Hunter and Lozada Receive Best Paper Award
"Understanding and Negotiating the Products Liability Pitfalls of Outsourcing to China: Systematic Failures or Isolated Defects?" by Aaron Gordon, Hector Lozada and Richard Hunter Jr. was selected as one of the best papers presented at the 21st annual conference of the Association for Global Business.
The Association for Global Business is a worldwide, non-profit organization, created exclusively to foster education in the fields of business, economics, computer information and science, political science, and related areas of global concern. The main functions of the Association are to provide opportunities for the exchange of professional ideas and to create a general awareness of the significant accomplishments in the area of global enterprises.
Both Lozada and Hunter are professors in the Stillman School of Business. Lozada is an associate professor of marketing with a Ph.D in business administration from the University of Kentucky and an M.B.A. from Xavier University. Hunter is a professor of legal studies. He earned his law degree and a certificate in Soviet and Eastern European Studies from the University of Notre Dame and a master’s in international economics and Soviet and East European Studies from The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.
The two professors have collaborated in the past, most recently on an article titled, "Compulsory Licensing: A Major IP Issue in International Business Today?" The article was published in the European Journal of Social Sciences, Volume 11, Issue 3, pages 370-377 (November 2009).
This best paper award is the latest in a long list of honors and awards received by both Lozada and Hunter.
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