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Widener University Faculty Authors 2020 - 2021

Accounting

Irfan Safdar, PhD

Photo of Irfan Safdar            •  Safdar, I. (2020). Decoupling stock price momentum from accounting fundamentals. Pacific Accounting Review, 32(4), 519-541. https://doi.org/10.1108/PAR-01-2020-0011 

 

 

 

 

 

Business Administration

Jeffrey C. Lolli EdD, CHE

                Photo of Jeffrey Lolli            • Lolli, J., & Albano, D., & Corbo, A. M. (2021, March 25-27). Communicating sense of place to build brand identity: An analysis of craft brewery websites. [Conference presentation]. International Association Business Disciplines (IABD), Online. https://bit.ly/3hNX3BD  

 

Economics

Marius M. Mihai, PhD

Photo of Marius Mihai            • Mihai, M. M. (2020). Do credit booms predict U.S. recessions? Journal of Forecasting, 39(6), 887-910. https://doi.org/10.1002/for.2662

 

 

 

International Business

Yamuna Baburaj, PhD

Photo of Yamuna Baburaj• Baburaj, Y., Tzabbar, D., & Narayanan, V. (2021). Complementary product categorization and its influence on the make, buy, and ally decision: An exploratory study. International Journal of Innovation Management, 25(1), 2150006. https://doi.org/10.1142/S1363919621500067 

Management

Yvonne L. Antonucci, PhD

Photo of Yvonne Antonucci• Antonucci, Y. L., Fortune, A., & Kirchmer, M. (2020). An examination of associations between business process management capabilities and the benefits of digitalization: All capabilities are not equal. Business Process Management Journal, 27(1), 124-144. https://doi.org/10.1108/BPMJ-02-2020-0079

Kerri A. Crowne Brannen, PhD

Photo of Kerri Crowne Brannen            • Brannen, K. (2020). Does national culture influence peer evaluations on global virtual teams? Journal of Teaching in International Business, 31(3), 191-213. https://doi.org/10.1080/08975930.2020.1831421

 

 

 

 

Annetta Fortune, PhD

 Photo of Annetta Fortune            • Antonucci, Y. L., Fortune, A., & Kirchmer, M. (2020). An examination of associations between business process management capabilities and the benefits of digitalization: All capabilities are not equal. Business Process Management Journal, 27(1), 124-144. https://doi.org/10.1108/BPMJ-02-2020-0079

 

 

 

Donna W. McCloskey, PhD, PMP

Photo of Donna McCloskey• McCloskey, D. W. (2020). Artificial intelligence adoption: A re-examination of technology acceptance [Conference Proceeding]. Northeast Decision Sciences Institute Conference. https://nedsi.decisionsciences.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/NEDSI-2020-Proceedings.pdf 

• McCloskey, D. W. (2020). Curricular considerations for developing project management skills (even in non-PM courses) [Conference Proceeding].   Northeast Decision Sciences Institute Conference. https://nedsi.decisionsciences.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/NEDSI-2020-Proceedings.pdf 

• McCloskey, D. W. (2020). Re-defining work-life boundaries: Individual, organizational and national policy implications. In S. Swayze (Ed.), Optimizing data and new methods for efficient knowledge discovery and information resources management (pp. 32-52). IGI Global.

• McCloskey, D. W. (2021). An examination of the data quality of online reviews: Who do consumers trust? Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations, 19(1), 24-42. https://doi.org/10.4018/JECO.2021010102 

• McCloskey, D. W., & Bennett, G. (2020). Examining artificial intelligence acceptance: Exploring smart speaker adoption with UTAUT2. Pennsylvania Economic Review, 27(2), 44-70.

Marketing

Brian V. Larson, PhD

Photo of Brian V. Larson• Ginesta, X., & Larson, B. V. (2020). Les multinacionals de l' entreteniment: Futbol, diplomacia, identitat i tecnologia. Editorial UOC, S.L.

Mary E. Shoemaker, MBA, PhD

Photo of Mary Shoemaker• Shoemaker, M., Plank, R., & Hooker, R. (2020). Developing formative measures for understanding the use of social media by salespeople. Journal of Selling & Major Account Management, 20(1), 30-45.

• Shoemaker, M. (2021). Can a secret message improve student sales questioning skills? [Conference Proceeding]. National Conference in Sales Management. https://pse.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/NCSM-2021-proceedings.pdf