March 2012

The LeBow College of Business


Greenhaus, J. H., & Powell, G. N. (in press). The family-relatedness of work decisions: A framework and agenda for theory and research. Journal of Vocational Behavior.

Greenhaus, J. H., Ziegert, J. C., & Allen, T. D. (in press). When family-supportive supervision matters: Relations between multiple sources of support and work-family balance. Journal of Vocational Behavior.

Greenhaus, J. H., Peng, A. C., & Allen, T. D. (2012). Relations of work identity, family identity, situational demands, and sex with employee work hours. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 80: 27-37.

Hammoudeh, Shawkat, (in press). The Relationship between Disaggregated Country Risk Ratings and Stock Market Movements: An ARDL Approach. Emerging Markets Trade and Finance.

Hammoudeh, Shawkat, (in press). Causality between Market Liquidity and Depth for Energy and Grains. Energy Economics.

Keidel, Robert (in press). Strategy Made Simple: Thinking in Threes. Business Horizons.

Knox, George, Bell, David, & Corsten, Daniel. Working paper: Situational Determinants of Unplanned Buying in Emerging and Developed Markets. Marketing Science Institute, 11-114.

Korschun, Daniel and Shuili Du. Virtual Corporate Social Responsibility Dialogs: A Framework and Propositions. Journal of Business Research. (Forthcoming Summer 2012)

Bhattacharya, CB , Sen, Sankar and Korschun, Daniel. Leveraging Corporate Responsibility. Cambridge University Press, Oct 2011.

Bhattacharya, CB, Sankar Sen and Korschun, Daniel. Maximizing ROI from Corporate Responsibility". European Financial Review, (Jan 2012).

Bhattacharya, CB, Korschun, Daniel and Sankar Sen. What Really Drives Value in Corporate Responsibility. McKinsey Quarterly, (Dec 2011).

Bhattacharya, CB, Sankar Sen and Korschun, Daniel. How to Co-Create Corporate Responsibility Strategy. Ethical Corporation, (Nov 2011).

Bhattacharya, CB, Sen, Sankar and Korschun, Daniel. The Next Challenge for Corporate Responsibility, EFMD Global Focus 5.3 (Oct 2011): 44-47.

Korschun, Daniel. Channel Design for an Intangible Service, Marketing Channels: A Management View 8th ed., Ed. Bert Rosenbloom. New York: Thomson/Southwestern, Sep 2011.

Lev, B. and Kowalski, K. Modeling fixed-charge problems with polynomials, OMEGA, The International Journal of Management Science, Vol. 39, Issue 6, 725-729, 2011.

Masterfano, Michele. Presented a paper (written with Lee Zane) at USASBE: Effects of participation in paid membership organizations on entrepreneur core network size and heterogeneity.

Greenbaum, Rebecca L.; Mawritz, Mary Bardes; Eissa, Gabi. Bottom-line mentality as an antecedent of social undermining and the moderating roles of core self-evaluations and conscientiousness. Journal of Applied Psychology, Jan 23 , 2012.

Oliveira, Maria, and Yotov, Yoto, Dynamic gravity: endogenous country size and asset accumulation. Canadian Journal of Economics, February 2012.

Schjoedt, L. & Shaver, K. G. (2012; In Press). Development and validation of a locus of control scale for the entrepreneurship domain. Small Business Economics.

Balkin, D. B. & Schjoedt, L. (2012). Managing diversity in the French Foreign Legion. Organizational Dynamics, 41(1), 44-51.

Serfes, Kostas, Location decisions of competing networks, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, forthcoming.

Serfes, Kostas. Minimum quality standard regulation under imperfect quality observability. Journal of Regulatory Economics, forthcoming.

Serfes, Kostas. Patent settlements as a barrier to entry. Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, forthcoming.

Awards, Appointments, Activities

Shawkat Hammoudeh has been invited to serve as an associate editor of the journal: Brazilian Journal of Business Economics, published by the Catholic University of Brasilia, Brazil.

Ed Arnheiter is working with PRIDE Industries to write a field-based case study highlighting the company’s social mission and chronicling its decision to invest in new surface mount technology for circuit board production. PRIDE Industries is one of the nation's largest nonprofit employers of people with disabilities, providing solutions to meet the manufacturing and service needs of Fortune 500 companies and government agencies. The research for the case study will take place at the company’s corporate headquarters in Roseville, Calif.

Best Paper Award, Digital and Social Media Marketing Track “The Impact of Social Loyalty and Social Word-of-Mouth on Sales ” Authors: Girish Ramani, Drexel University and V. Kumar, Georgia State University

Best Paper Award, Marketing Analytics and Research Track “The Dynamic Impact of Fan Sign-Ups and Word-of-Mouth on Sales: Evidence from a Social Networking Website” Authors: Girish Ramani, Drexel University, V. Kumar, Georgia State University, and Hua Chang, Drexel University

Ben Lev served on the following conference committees:

Ben Lev was a guest speaker at the following universities:

Kostas Serfes visited the University of Exeter (Department of Economics), UK, between December 4-December 17, 2011, as a visiting scholar.