Nine Sellinger School faculty receive summer research grants

March 4, 2011

Loyola’s Faculty Development Task Force recently approved summer research grant proposals for nine faculty within the Sellinger School of Business and Management. The faculty and their research topics are listed below:

Gerard Athaide, Ph.D., Professor of Marketing
Export Commitment: Conceptualization and Measurement

Tuugi Chuluun, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Finance
Board Networks and the Cost of Corporate Debt

Elizabeth Kennedy, J.D., Assistant Professor of Law and Social Responsibility
When the Shop Floor is in the Living Room: Toward a Theoretical Framework for Regulating the Domestic Employment Relationship

Rick Klink, Ph.D., Professor of Marketing
Examining Sound Symbolism in Hindi Brand Names

Michael Runnels, J.D., Assistant Professor of Law and Social Responsibility
The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and New Governance: Incentivizing Ethical Foreign Direct Investment in China and Other Emerging Economies

Phoebe Sharkey, Ph.D., Professor of Information Systems and Operations Management
Improving Rehabilitation after Joint Replacement for Hip Fractures

Yoon Shin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Finance
Long-Run Performance of Solicited and Unsolicited Credit Ratings

Paul Tallon, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Information Systems and Operations Management
Rethinking the Dimensionality of Strategic IT Alignment: Adapting New Measures for Changes in the Role of IT

Jason Zhang, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Marketing
A Bayesian Model to Understand Consumers’ Perception of User-Generated Product Ratings 

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