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Janice Bell

  • Completed a chapter with Ginny Soybel and Bob Turner in the new book “The Entrepreneurial Leader.”  The chapter is entitled “Sustainability Metrics:  Has the Time Arrived for Accountants to Embrace SEERS Reporting?”
  • ​Presented a paper, “Business Case for Sustainability Reporting:  Impact on Job Desirability and Salary” at the ENROAC Conference (European Network for Research on Organizational and Accounting Change) in Lisbon, Portugal.​
Published the following works:
  • ​​Bell, J & Hoque, Z. Accounting’s Role in Promoting Social Change, Journal of Accounting & Organizational Change, Vol.8, number3, 2012, (p 249-256.)
  • Bell, J. Erzurumlu, S., & Fowler, H. Deploying Sustainability at Solea, IMA Educational Case Journal, June, 2012. (Winner of Best Case Competition , Decision Science Institute, 2012.)
  • Bell, J. Lundblad, H., & Arya, A. Accounting for Liabilities: Lessons from the Exxon Valdez, ecch, BAB1020C, June, 2012. 
  • Bell, J., Soybel, V., & Turner R: Integrating Sustainability into Corporate DNA, The Journal of Corporate Accounting & Finance, March/ April 2012 (p 71-81.)
  • Bell, J., Soybel, V., & Turner R:  Accounting for New Forms of Value, Babson Insight, September, 2011
  • Bell, J. E., Soybel, V. E., Turner, R. M. In Greenberg, McKone-Sweet, Wilson (Ed.),(2011) Chapter 7:  Sustainability Metrics: Has the Time Arrived for Accountants to Embrace SEERS Reporting? Barrett-Kohler.

Eli C. Bortman

  • Presented at a workshop put on by the Boston University History Department for History and Social Studies teachers in the Boston Public Schools.  The topic was how politics and prejudice could affect a criminal trial, specifically the Sacco and Vanzetti case.

Larry Carr

  • Published: Petty, Ross D. "Naming Names: Part Three – Safeguarding Brand Equity in the United States by Developing a Family of Trademarks." Journal of Brand Management 17.8 (2010): 561-67.
  • Published: Carr, L., Lawler, W. and Reny, J. (2012), Rational expense reduction: Lean budgeting at Irving Oil. J. Corp. Acct. Fin., 23: 61–69. doi: 10.1002/jcaf.21754

Craig Ehrlich

Published the following articles with Joanne Williams:
  • “Accountants’ Liability in Compiling Financial Statements: Why the Disclaimer in Compilation Reports doesn’t Always Work – and What to Do About It,” The CPA Journal, January 2011, pp. 16-23.

  • "The Interplay Between Case Law and Professional Standards for Compiled Financial Statements", American Business Law Journal, Volume 48, Issue 3, 409–448, Fall 2011.

Michael Fetters

  • April, 2011: AACSC International Conference and Meeting 2011, NYC  Presentation: University-Based Entrepreneurship Ecosystems: Developmental Pathways with Patti Greene, Mark Rice and Arturo Torres (ITESM).

 Robert Halsey

  • ​​Completed a new introductory financial accounting text book, Financial Statements: Construction, Analysis and Forecasts with Michael Fetters and Virginia Soybel, to be published in 2014. 
  • Published the 2nd edition of Advanced Accounting by Halsey, Robert F. and P.E. Hopkins, Cambridge Business Publishers. 
  • Published the 5th edition of Financial Accounting for MBAs, which is now the market leader in MBA accounting text books.​ Published a new text book, Advanced Accounting by Halsey, Robert F. and P.E. Hopkins, Cambridge Business Publishers.
  • Completed the 5th edition of Financial Accounting for MBAs, which is now the market leader in MBA accounting text books.
  • Easton, Peter D. Easton, J.J. Wild, and R.F. Halsey. 2006. Financial Accounting for MBAs. 2nd ed., Cambridge Business Publishers.
  • Wild, John J., K.R. Subramanyam and R.F. Halsey. 2007 Financial Statement Analysis, 9th ed., New York: McGraw-Hill. 

Paul Juras

  • Thomas G. Canace, and Paul E. Juras (2012) “Pikesville Lightening: Evaluating Strategic Business Expansion Opportunities”, IMA Educational Case Journal, June 2012, Vol. 5, No. 2, Article 3.​​
  • Published a new textbook, Blocher, Edward, Stout, David, Juras, Paul, and Cokins, Gary, (2013) Cost Management: A Strategic Emphasis, 6ed, McGraw Hill.
  • ​Canace, Tom, and Paul E. Juras, (2011) “Cilindro del Sur and United Gas Products:  An Application of the Strategic Cost Management Framework”, Issues in Accounting Education, Vol.26   No.2: 321-339.
  • Strategic Finance, forthcoming in August or September. This case is going to be used in the IMA Annual Student Case Competition.

Cheryl Kirschner

  • Co-authored The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business:  An Integrated Approach, by Ferrera, Alexander, Wiggins, Kirschner and Darrow, c 2014 Wolters Kluwer.
     

Benjamin Luippold

Publication
  • “The Impact of Initial Information Ambiguity on the Accuracy of Analytical Review Judgments” (w/ T. Kida, University of Massachusetts). 2012. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, 31 (2): 113–129.
Working Papers
  • "Managing Audits to Manage Earnings: The Impact of Baiting Tactics on an Auditor’s Ability to Uncover Earnings Management” (w/ T. Kida, M. D. Piercey and J. Smith).
  • "The Effect of Client Error Management Culture and Client Cooperation on Auditors’ Reporting Decisions” (w/ S. Perreault and J. Wainberg).
  • "Audit Partner Disclosure: An Examination of Investor Reaction to Negative Information and Potential Implications for Auditor Independence” (w/ T. Lambert and C. Stefaniak).

Richard Mandel

  • “Beyond the NWS:  Inside the Thriving Private Weather Forecasting Industry” co-authored with Erik Noyes, published in Weatherwise, Jan/Feb 2013.
  • “Teaching Research Methodologies to Professionally Oriented Honors Students” co-authored with Julie Levinson published in Honors in Practice Volume 9 2013​.

 Alfred J. Nanni, Jr.

  • Published, with Paul Mulligan,"Dräger Medical Systems, Inc.: Technology for Life," IMA Educational Case Journal, Vol. 4, No. 1, Art. 1, March 2011.

Ross Petty 

  • From Label to Trademark: The Legal Origins of the Concept of Brand Identity in 19th Century America, 4(1) Journal of Historical Research in Marketing 129-153 (2012).
  • Coca-Cola Brand Protection Before WWII – It’s the Real Thing, 4(2) Journal of Historical Research in Marketing 224-244 (2012). 
  • Robertsons of Foxbar, Clan Donnachaidh Annual 25-28 (J.I. Robertson, ed.).
  • Using the Law to Protect the Brand on Social Media Sites: A Three “M”s Framework for Marketing Managers, 35(9) Management Research Review, 758-769 (2012). 
  • From Puffery to Penalties: A Historical Analysis of U.S. Masked Marketing Public Policy Concerns, 5(1) Journal of Historical Research in Marketing, 10-26 (2013).​
  • Ross D. Petty (2011), The Evolution of Trademark Law and the Co-development of the Concept of Brand Marketing in the U.S. before 1946, 31(1) Journal of Macromarketing 85-99.
  • Ross D. Petty (2011), Labels and Trademarks and Prints, Oh My! Legal Evidence of US Interest in Brand Protection in the 1800s, Marketing History in the New World, Proceedings of the 15th Biennial Conference in Historical Analysis & Research in Marketing (CHARM) 145-156 (L. Neilson ed.). 
  • Ross D. Petty and Joan Lindsey-Mullikin (2011), Marketing Tactics Discouraging Price Search: Deception and Competition 64(1) Journal of Business Research 67-73.
  • Ross D. Petty, Susanna H. S. Leong and May O. Lwin (2010) Slogans that Both Promote and Identify the Brand –Using US and EU Trademark Law to Protect Slogans from Imitation (with), 29(3) International Journal of Advertising 473-500.
  • Ross D. Petty (2010), The “Amazing Adventures” of Super Hero®, 100(3) The Trademark Reporter 729-755.
  • Ross D. Petty (2010), The Strategic Use of Legal Margins: How to Introduce an Extension of Someone Else’s Brand in LEGAL STRATEGIES: HOW CORPORATIONS USE LAW TO IMPROVE PERFORMANCE, Antoine Masson and Mary J Shariff, eds. Chapter 15, 317-334. 
  • Ross D. Petty (2010), Naming Names: Part three –Safeguarding brand equity in the U.S. by developing a family of trademarks, 17 (8) Journal of Brand Management Special Issue on Brand Governance –Managing and Safeguarding Brand Equity 561-567. 
  • Ross D. Petty (2010), Post Boom Bicycling in Minneapolis: Counting Transportation Use, Cycle History: Proceedings of 20th International Cycle History Conference 73-80 (Gary Sanderson, ed.).  This paper was revised as Bicycling in Minneapolis in the Early 20th Century,
  • Minnesota History 62(3) 84-95 (Oct. 2010).  
  • Ross Petty made the following presentations during the 2010-2011 academic year:
  • International Advertising law and Regulation: A Research Review and Agenda –The Devil is in the Details. Presented at the 2011 Marketing and Public Policy Conference, Washington, DC (June 2011).
  • Labels and Trademarks and Prints, Oh My! Legal Evidence of US Interest in Brand Protection in the 1800s.  Presented at the 15th Biennial Conference in Historical Analysis & Research in Marketing (CHARM), New York City (May 2011).  
  • The World Wide Web vs. National Trademark Laws –Protecting the Brand in Global Commerce. Presented at the International Trade & Academic Research Conference, London, UK (Nov. 2010). 
  • The “Amazing Adventures” of Super Hero® Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Richmond, VA (Aug. 2010).

Ginny Soybel

  • Completed a chapter with Jan Bell and Bob Turner in the new book “The Entrepreneurial Leader.”  The chapter is entitled “Sustainability Metrics:  Has the Time Arrived for Accountants to Embrace SEERS Reporting?”

Bob Turner

  • Completed a chapter with Jan Bell and Ginny Soybel in the new book “The Entrepreneurial Leader.”  The chapter is entitled “Sustainability Metrics:  Has the Time Arrived for Accountants to Embrace SEERS Reporting?”

Joanne Williams

Published the following articles with Craig Ehrlich:

  • “Accountants’ Liability in Compiling Financial Statements: Why the Disclaimer in Compilation Reports doesn’t Always Work – and What to Do About It,” The CPA Journal, January 2011, pp. 16-23.

  • "The Interplay Between Case Law and Professional Standards for Compiled Financial Statements", American Business Law Journal, Volume 48, Issue 3, 409–448, Fall 2011.

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