DePaul University business professors are industry experts who produce research that shapes business thought and practice.
For example, our professor rank among the world's most prolific scholars of business education research, according to two studies presented at the Academy of Management’s 2016 annual meeting. Among approximately 1,900 institutions surveyed internationally, our faculty ranks:
- No. 2 for producing research about marketing education, and
- No. 6 overall for generating business and management education research.
Faculty members Robert S. Rubin, Dan Koys, Erich Dierdorff, Stephen Koernig, Joel Whalen and Cindy Durtschi were among DePaul researchers noted in the survey.
More research achievements and publications, by school/department:
School of Accountancy and Management Information Systems
Mark Alford and Willie
Reddic were among co-authors of “How Fair Value Information Changes
Portfolio Rebalancing Behavior in the Property and Casualty Insurance Industry”
published in the Journal of Accounting and Finance, 16, 2016.
Ning Du and
Mark Alford co-authored, “Do GAAP and IFRS Differ in
Collectability Judgments Related to Revenue Recognition?” published in the
November/December issue of the Journal of Applied Business
Ning Du and John McEnroe co-authored “An Examination of the Perceptions of Auditors and Chief
Financial Officers of the Proposed Auditing Standard Involving Other Information
in Audit Reports" for the Journal of Advances in Public Interest
Christine Gimbar co-wrote “The Effects
of Critical Audit Matter Paragraphs and Accounting Standard Precision on Auditor
Liability” for The Accounting Review.
Grant Delvin penned “Business Analysis
Techniques Used in Business Reengineering: A Case Study for
Business Process Management Journal, 22, 1, 2015; and
co-authored “ICT Factors Influencing Global Manufacturing and Service
Industry Performance” for Information Systems
Mark Frigo co-authored “Why Innovation Should be Every CFOs Top Priority” with Darren Snellgrove, chief financial officer of Johnson & Johnson Innovation, as the cover article in Strategic Finance, 98, no. 4 October 2016. He also co-authored “Human Capital Management: The Central Element of All Risk” with Mark Ubelhart in People + Strategy Journal, 2016, 39:1, a special issue on ensuring the secure enterprise. With Belverd Needles he published “Integrated Reporting and Sustainability Reporting: An Exploratory Study of High Performance Companies,” for Studies in Financial and Managerial Accounting, JAI Elsevier Science Ltd., London, 21, 2016.
Study on the Multidimensional Information Management Capability of Knowledge
Workers” for Aslib Journal of Information Management, 68, 138-154,
2016; and “Investigating the Personal Information Management Motivation in a
Mandatory Adoption of Content Management Systems” for Information
Development, 2016. Other studies coauthored by Hwang:
- “An Empirical Study on
Trust in Mobile Banking: A Developing Country Perspective” for Computers
in Human Behavior, 54, 453-461, 2016
- “Effects of Information Technology
on Corporate Social Responsibility: Empirical Evidence from an Emerging Economy”
for Computers in Human Behavior, 59, 195-201, 2016
Commerce and Online Consumer Behavior Research: A Literature Review” for
Information Development, 32, 377-388, 2016
- "The Effects of
Perceived Enjoyment and Perceived Risks on Trust Formation and Intentions to Use
Online Payment Systems: New Perspectives from an Arab Country” for the Journal
of Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, 19, 33-43.
- “The Role of Goal Awareness and IT Self-Efficacy on Job Satisfaction of
Healthcare System Users” for the Behaviour & Information Technology,
- “Understanding Information Proactiveness and the Content
Management System Adoption in Pre-Implementation Stage” published in
Computers in Human Behavior, 64, 515-523;
- “Toward an
Integrative View for the Leader Member Exchange of System Implementation”
published in International Journal of Information Management, 36,
Hui Lin co-wrote “Litigation Risk and
Management Reporting Choice: A Comparative Study of PSLRA and SOX” for Advances
in Public Interest Accounting, 16, “Sarbanes-Oxley and Conservatism in Financial
Reporting” for Internal Auditing, 28, 13-18; and "Exploring Data Center
Migration: Perceptions from the Field" for Journal of Information
Ronald Marcuson wrote “Tax Planning
With Respect to an Insolvent Subsidiary in a Consolidated Return Group: Part 10
for Taxes – The Tax Magazine, 94.
Maureen Mercer co-wrote “Are Juries
More Likely to Second-Guess Auditors Under Imprecise Accounting Standards”,
35,101-117; and “Understanding the Relation Between Financial Reporting Quality
and Audit Quality, for Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Kelly Pope penned “The Anatomy of a
Whistle-blowing Letter: A Descriptive Study” for the Journal of Forensic
& Investigative Accounting. She also wrote “An Examination of
Financial Sub-certification and Timing of Fraud Discovery on Employee
Whistle blowing Reporting Intentions” for the Journal of Business
David J. Roberts wrote “Family Values
Will Not End the Marriage Penalty” and “AGI and the Bizarre Medicare Premium
Structure” for Tax Notes, 1003-1007 and 1845-1849, respectively. He
also authored “The Often-Overlooked Advantages of Qualified Charitable
Distributions” for the Journal of Taxation, 53-61.
Sandra Shelton and Ray
Whittington co-wrote “Williams Community Hospital: An Internal Audit
Case,” published in Issues in Accounting Education, 31.
Curtis C. Verschoor, professor emeritus,
published “The Importance of Trust” in Strategic
Finance, May 2016.
Department of Economics
Bala Batavia co-wrote
“Government Policies and Micro-lending in Emerging Markets” for the
Review of Economic and Business Studies, XIX, 9-32; and “Did EMU
Membership Cause the ‘Dutch Disease’ in the PIGS Nations?” for Global
Luke Chicoine wrote “Homicides in
Mexico and the Expiration of the U.S. Federal Assault Weapons Ban: A
Difference-in-Discontinuities Approach” for the Journal of Economic
James Ciecka co-authored
“Decomposition of 1 That Incorporates Growth”
published in the Journal of Legal Economics, 22,
Mike Miller has been interviewed by the media,
including WTTW-TV's "Chicago Tonight" about the economy and economic policies 10
times over the summer and spring of 2016.
Brian Phelan and
economists at the Federal Reserve released research that received coverage from
Reuters and other media in October 2016. Their study found that even with
improvements in technology, minimum wage hikes have caused little immediate
displacement of restaurant workers by technology.
William Sander co-wrote “Household
Location and Economic Development in the Chicago Metropolitan Area” for
Economic Development Quarterly, 30, 232-238. He also co-authored
“Multinomial Logit Estimates of Household Location in the Chicago Metropolitan
Statistical Area” for Letters in Spatial and Resource
Department of Finance
co-authored “Monetary Policy, Loan Maturity, and
Credit Availability” published in International Journal of Central
Sebastien Michenaud coauthored the paper "The Effect of
Institutional Ownership on Payout Policy: Evidence from Index Thresholds,” which
was the editor’s choice and lead article of the June 2016 issue of the Review of
Jason Sturgess was among authors of “How Collateral Laws
Shape Lending and Sectoral Activity” for the Journal of Financial Economics. He
also wrote “Ownership Structure, Limits to Arbitrage and Stock Returns: Evidence
from Equity Lending Markets” for the Review of Financial Studies and co-wrote,
with Jose Liberti, “The Anatomy of a Credit Supply Shock:
Evidence from an Internal Credit Market” for the Journal of Financial and
School of Hospitality Leadership
Chris Roberts co-wrote “Compensation
Analysis: The 2016 ICHRIE Salary Survey” for the Journal of Hospitality
& Tourism Education.
Nicholas Thomas co-authored “Are
Hospitality Graduates Making Too Many Compromises? What They Give Up May Lead to
Turnover” for the Journal of Human Resources in Hospitality & Tourism,
15, 133-146; and “Federal Minimum Wage Debate: Are Gubernatorial Politics
Behind a Hotel Line Employee Wage?” published in Boston Hospitality
Department of Management
Lisa K. Gundry co–wrote “Perceived
Entrepreneurial Munificence and Entrepreneurial Intentions: A Social Cognitive
Perspective” for the International Small Business Journal and, with
Javier Monllor, “Entrepreneurial Team
Creativity: Driving Innovation from Ideation to Implementation” for the
Journal of Enterprising Culture.
Daniel Koys wrote “Using the Department
of Labor's ‘My Next Move’ to Improve Career Preparedness” published in the
Journal of Management Education.
Helen LaVan published
“Attitudes of U.S. Managers Towards Outsourcing: Results and Managerial
Implications” for Business Review, Cambridge, 20, 1-8; and“Current State of
Management/Union Relations in Hospitality Sector,” which appears in FIU
Hospitality Review. With Robert Perkovich, she
co-wrote “Vacatur of Arbitration Awards as a Diminishment of Conflict
Resolution” for Negotiation and Conflict Management Research.
Grace Lemmon and Margaret
Posig co-wrote with other authors “Psychological Contract Development,
Distributive Justice, and Performance of Independent Contractors: The Role of
Negotiation Behaviors and The Fulfillment of Resources” for the Journal of
Leadership & Organizational Studies.
William “Marty” Martin penned “Specific
Characteristics Distinguishing Winning From Losing: Litigated Workplace Bullying
Cases” for the Journal of Workplace Rights, 15; “In Defense of Evidence-Based
Wealth Management: Where's the Beef?” for the Journal of Wealth
Management, 18, 10, 2016; “Taking OD Back to the Future” published in
Organization Development Journal, Summer 2016, 1-20; and “Cyberbullying Comes to
Work” published in Psychology and Education for an Interdisciplinary Journal,
53, 14, 2016.
Javier Monllor co-authored “Identifying
the Elements of Entrepreneurial Opportunity Constructs: Recognizing What
Scholars Are Really Examining” for the Journal of Small Business
Department of Marketing
Roger J Baran penned “Social Customer
Relationship Management in China,” published in Asian Forum on Business
Education Journal, 9, 1-21, 2016.
Lawrence Hamer co-wrote “Achieving
Change in Students' Attitudes toward Group Projects by Teaching Group Skills”
for the Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, 13. He also co-authored
“Linking Program Level Assessment to Course Level Assessment Activities”
for the Journal of Learning in Higher Education, 9 .
James Mourey wrote the book “Fusion: A
Modern 'How-To' Guide for Integrated Marketing Strategy (From Creative Spark To
Bruce Newman published “Reinforcing
Lessons for Business from the Marketing Revolution in U.S. Presidential
Politics: A Strategic Triad” in the Journal of Psychology & Marketing, 33,
781-795, 2016. He also co-authored “Political Spaces in Eurasia: Global
Contexts, Local Outcomes” for the Journal of Political Marketing, 15, 1-4, 2016.
Bruce has been frequently interviewed by the local and national media about
political marketing and the 2016 Presidential election throughout 2016,
including a profile in Marketing News titled “10 Minutes with Bruce Newman:
Marketing has revolutionized politics. An expert discusses how it's affecting
Richard Rocco co-wrote “Exploring
Buyer-Seller Dyadic Perceptions of Technology and Relationships: Implications
for Sales 2.0” for the Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing, 10, 17-32,
Joel Whalen co-wrote “Outside the Box
Teaching Moments: Classroom-tested Innovations” published in Marketing Education
Review, 2016. With Rich Rocco, he co-wrote “Introducing Student
Sales Managers into Experiential Sales Projects: Improving Student Performance
and Reducing Classroom Management published in the Journal for Advancement of
Marketing Education, 24, 65-71, 2016.
Department of Real Estate
James Shilling and
Jin Man Lee were among co-authors of “Announcement Effects:
Taxation of Housing Capital Gains in Seoul” for the Journal of Real Estate
Finance and Economics.