Recent Faculty Accomplishments

November 2016 – Belleh Fontem, assistant professor in the College of Business, received the Best Paper award at the INFORMS conference for “An Optimal Stopping Policy for Car Rental Businesses with Purchasing Customers.” Fontem’s fellow finalists were from Texas A&M and Ohio State. The paper studies revenue-maximizing decision rules for car rental firms that serve both rental and purchasing customers using the same pool of cars.

August 2016 – Belleh Fontem and Rachel Graefe-Anderson, both assistant professors in the College of Business, along with Hannah Tibbett ’16, report the following acceptance: “Bermudan Put Option Pricing under Risk Aversion in Bilateral Gamma Models,” Proceedings: DSI Annual Meeting,  November 19-22, 2016, Austin, TX.

August 2016 – Mike Lapke, Dave Henderson and Chris Garcia from the College of Business, recently had their article, “The Disconnect Between Healthcare Provider Tasks and Privacy Requirements,” accepted for publication in Health Policy and Technology.

August, 2016 – Kim Gower, assistant professor in the College of Business, co-authored an article with Barbara Ritter and Patricia A. Hedberg titled “Enhancing Teacher Credibility: What We Can Learn From the Justice and Leadership Literature,” Organization Management Journal, 13 (2), published online 6/22/16 (see the link:  http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/xb7qMHsVs2E8wgIbJnvm/full).

June, 2016 – Belleh Fontem, assistant professor in the College of Business, recently had his article “An Optimal Stopping Policy for Car Rental Businesses with Purchasing Customers” accepted for publication in Annals of Operations Research. The paper is already online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10479-016-2240-2.

June, 2016 – Dave Henderson, Mike Lapke and Chris Garcia,  assistant professors in the College of Business, have had their article “SQL Injection: A Demonstration and Implications for Accounting Students” accepted for publication in the AIS Educator Journal.

February, 2016 – An article by Kashef Majid titled “Drawing negative inferences from a positive country-of-origin image — Consumers’ use of COI and price levels to assess counterfeit drugs” has been accepted for publication by the International Marketing Review. Majid is an assistant professor of marketing in the College of Business.

February, 2016 – An article by Kanchan Deosthali titled “Skills and Knowledge Needed to Serve as Mobile Technology Consultants for Information Organizations” has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 57(2). Deosthali is an assistant professor in the College of Business. The article was co-authored with Devendra Potnis, Reynard Regenstreif-Harms, Ed Cortez and Suzie Allard.