2018-19 Annual Report

USMCBE

The 2018-19 Annual Report, published by the College of Business and Economic Development at The University of Southern Mississippi, tells stories of outstanding achievements made by our faculty, students, staff, donors, and alumni over the course of the academic year.

FACULTY INTELLECTUAL

CONTRIBUTIONS AND IMPACT

PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES - 2018-19

Abdurakhmonov, M., Bolton, J. F., & Ridge, J.

W. (In press). When the Cat’s Away, the Mice

Will Play: A Model of Corporate Regulatory

Compliance. Journal of Managerial Issues.

B. F., Y. Q., & Collins, B. J. (2018). A dynamic

model of electric vehicle adoption: The role

of social commerce in new transportation.

Information & Management.

Cao, J. T., Foster, J. K., Yaoyuneyong, G., & Krey,

N. (In press). Hedonic and Utilitarian Value:

The Role of Shared Responsibility in Higher

Education Services. Journal of Marketing for

Higher Education.

Chen, L., Wu, F.-M., Feng, F., Lai, F., & Wang,

Y.-M. (2018). A Common Set of Weights

for Ranking Decision-Making Units with

Undesirable Outputs: A Double Frontiers Data

Envelopment Analysis Approach. Asia-Pacific

Journal of Operational Research, 35(6), 1-25.

Chen, L., Lai, F., Wang, Y.-M., Huang, Y., &

Wu, F.-M. (2018). A two-stage network data

envelopment analysis approach for measuring

and decomposing environmental efficiency.

Computer & Industrial Engineering, 119, 388-403.

Chu, Z., Xu, J., Lai, F., & Collins, B. J. (2018).

Institutional Theory and Environmental

Pressures: The Moderating Effect of Market

Uncertainty on Innovation and Firm

Performance. IEEE Transactions on Engineering

Management, 65(3), 392-403.

Chu, Z., Feng, B., & Lai, F. (2018). Logistics

service innovation by third party logistics

providers in China: Aligning guanxi and

organizational structure. Transportation

Research Part E-Logistics and Transportation

Review, 118(10), 291-307.

Cole, S., Zhang, Y., Wang, W., & Hu, C. (2019).

The influence of accessibility and motivation

on travel participation of people with mobility

impairment. Journal of Travel and Tourism

Marketing. 36(1). 119-130.

Collins, B. J., Galvin, B. M., & Meyer, R. D.

(2019). Situational Strength as a Moderator

of the Relationship Between Organizational

Identification and Work Outcomes. Journal of

Leadership & Organizational Studies, 26(1), 87-97.

Davis, M. & Miller, J. J. (2019). A conceptual

analysis of the theory of consumer choice

on NBA attendance. Journal of Applied Sport

Management, 11(2), 1-10.

Davis, M. & Miller, J. J. (2019). A fan’s choice: The

application of the theory of consumer choice

to Major League Baseball. Applied Research in

Coaching and Athletics Annuals, 34, 146-175.

Dogru, A. K. & Melouk, S. H. (2018). Adaptive

appointment scheduling for patient-centered

medical homes. Omega: The International

Journal of Management Science, 85, 166-181.

Ehoff, Jr., C. & Bouillon, M. (In press). Accounting

for Goodwill: Still Crazy after All These Years.

Journal of Accounting, Ethics and Public Policy.

Galvin, B. M., Randel, A. E., Collins, B. J., &

Johnson, R. E. (2018). Changing the focus of

locus (of control): A targeted review of the

locus of control literature and agenda for future

research. Journal of Organizational Behavior.

Goodwin, K. R., Waller, B., & Weeks, S. (2018).

Connotation and Textual Analysis in Real

Estate Listings. Journal of Housing Research.

Dr. Fujun Lai was a guest editor

for the March 2019 special issue of

Information and Management (impact

factor = 3.890; acceptance rate = 8%).

In addition, Dr. Lai and Dr. Brian Collins

each contributed an article to the issue.

Dr. SherRhonda Gibbs was the

managing guest editor for the special

issue of the New England Journal of

Entrepreneurship (acceptance rate =

20%) and became associate editor of

Management Decision (impact factor =

1.53; acceptance rate = 12%). Dr. Gibbs

also had a published paper in the Journal

of Small Business Strategy (acceptance

rate = 18%) that was later featured by

Society for Industrial and Organizational

Psychology (SIOP) News online.

Dr. Kimberly Goodwin had an

acceptance in the Journal of Housing

Research for her paper, titled “Measures

of Real Estate Market Sentiment and

Their Relationship with U.S. Home

Prices.” Dr. Goodwin presented this work

at the Asian Real Estate Society meeting

in Incheon, South Korea. Additionally,

Dr. Goodwin was interviewed for two

separate online articles: The Mississippi

Business Journal, discussing how climate

change and changing weather patterns

could impact insurance rates; and the

LendingTree, discussing how gender may

affect one’s credit score.

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