Research & Publications

2017

  • The Sellinger School named three faculty scholars — Gerard Athaide, Ph.D., professor of marketing; John Burger, Ph.D., professor of economics; and Yoon Shin, Ph.D., associate professor of finance supporting their work serving the business community, developing other Sellinger faculty and conducting scholarly research.

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  • Tuugi Chuluun, Ph.D., associate professor of finance, has co-authored a paper entitled “Firm Network Structure and Innovation,” which has been published in the Journal of Corporate Finance.

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  • Norm Sedgely, Ph.D., professor of economics, has authored a paper entitled "Discrimination, Human Capital, and Life Expectancy in a Model of Economic Development," which has been accepted in The International Journal of Theoretical Economics.

  • Rick Klink, Ph.D., professor of marketing, has co-authored a paper entitled “Branding strategies for high-technology products: The effects of consumer and product innovativeness,” which has been published in the Journal of Business Research.

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  • Rebecca Trump, Ph.D., assistant professor of marketing, has co-authored two papers that have been accepted for publication: “When are Consumers Motivated to Connect with Ethical Brands? The Roles of Guilt and Moral Identity Importance” will be published in Psychology & Marketing, and “When do Unethical Brand Perceptions Spillover to Competitors?” will be published in Marketing Letters.

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  • Sourav Batabyal, Ph.D., affiliate assistant professor of economics, co-authored a paper entitled "Capital change and stability when dividends convey signals,” which has been accepted for publication in The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance. This paper will be published in volume 64, which will be available in June 2017.

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  • Gerard Athaide, Ph.D., professor of marketing, has been accepted for placement on the Fulbright Specialist Roster for the next three years. He will be working with a university that wants to develop its educational capabilities in innovation management, specifically in curriculum and research initiatives. The Fulbright Specialist Program (FSP) links U.S. scholars and professionals with their counterparts at host institutions overseas.

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  • John Michel, Ph.D., assistant professor of management, co-authored a paper entitled “Does fun promote learning? The relationship between fun in the workplace and informal learning,” which has been published in the Journal of Vocational Behavior.

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  • Michael Runnels, JD, associate professor of law and social responsibility, co-authored an article entitled “The Core of an Unqualified Case for Judicial Review: A Reply to Jeremy Waldron and Contemporary Critics,” which has been published in the Brooklyn Law Review. This publication was made possible by a Loyola Mid-Career Research Grant, which was awarded in Spring 2016.

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  • John Burger, Ph.D., professor of economics, has a working paper circulating in the National Bureau of Economic Research entitled “Currency Matters: Analyzing International Bond Portfolios.”

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  • Paul Tallon, Ph.D., professor of information systems, received the Associate Editor of the Year Award for 2016 from Information Systems Research (ISR).

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  • Jeremy Schwartz, Ph.D., assistant professor of economics, is one of four Loyola University Maryland faculty members to have been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to build a high-performance computing (HPC) cluster that will exponentially expand research opportunities for faculty and students across disciplines.

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  • Dave Luvison, DBA, affiliate assistant professor and Jeffrey Cummings, Ph.D., associate Professor of management, have completed a peer-reviewed article entitled “Decisions at the boundary: Role choice and alliance manager behaviors,” which will appear in Group and Organization Management.

  • Karyl Leggio, Ph.D. professor of finance, has had her paper entitled “Roseda’s Growth Decision” accepted to The Case Journal.