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The CBE is extremely proud of the recent accomplishments of its faculty and students:
- Dr. Cheryl Adkins' paper titled "The challenges of business ownership: A comparison of minority and non-minority women business owners" was accepted in the Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship.
- Dr. Frank Bacon's paper titled "Employee organizational cynicism antecedents and outcomes: A meta-analysis" is being presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. It was also accepted at the Journal of Vocational Behavior.
- Dr. Ray Brastow with students from econometrics, James Emily, Bingcao Ge, and Aaron Taylor attended the Virginia Association of Economists at the Federal Reserve Bank in Richmond to present their conference papers.
- Dr. Frank Bacon and Scott Laabs authored a paper titled "The impact of increased dividend announcements on stock price: A test of market efficiency" and was presented at the 2013 American Society for Business and Behavior Sciences at Las Vegas in February.
- Dr. Frank Bacon and Kyle Profilet authored a paper titled "Dividend policy and stock price volatility in the U.S. equity capital market" and was presented at the 2013 American Society for Business and Behavior Sciences at Las Vegas in February.
- Dr. Frank Bacon with students, Robert Blackburn, Brooke Bunch, and Caitlin Hagarty from his finance class presented their research at the Allied Academies Conference in New Orleans in March 2013.
- Dr. George Banks' article "Meta-analytic reviews in the organizational sciences: Two meta-analytic schools on the way to MARS" was accepted for publication in the Journal of Business and Psychology.
- Dr. Bennie Waller with Phillip Kolbe and Gaylon Greer,co-authored a text, Real Estate Finance, 3rd Edition. Its expected pubication is 2013.
- Dr. Ayse Balas' article "Underlying dimensions of perceived performance improvement as a result of attending managerial sales training programs in malaysia: An emerging market perspective" was accepted for publication in the International Journal of Sales, Retailing, and Marketing.
- Dr. Randy Boyle's text, Applied Networking Labs: A Hands-on Guide to Networking and Server Management (2012), has been translated to Chinese. Another of his books, Corporate Computer Security, is in the process of being translated to Korean.
- Dr. Frank Bacon and Stephanie Roddenberry (BSBA student) for their paper titled "Insider trading and market efficiency: Do insiders buy low & sell high?" published in the Journal of Finance and Accountancy.
- Dr. Ayse Balas' paper titled "Marketing orientation's impact on entrepreneurship of export ventures" which will appear in the International Journal of Entrepreneurship.
- Dr. Linda Lau with students, Brandon Caracciolo, Stephanie Roddenberry, and Abbie Scroggins authored a paper, "College students' perceptions of ethics," published in the Journal of Academic and Business Ethics.
- Dr. Bennie Waller and Dr. Scott Wentland received a best paper award from the National Association of Realtors in the category of Real Estate Brokerage/Agency for their paper, "The role of transactions costs in impeding market exchange in real estate."
- Dr. Charles White's research "A development and validation of measure of leadership rapport management: The LRM scale" which will be published in the Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management. In addition, Dr. White has been named a 2011 Outstanding Reviewer by the Organizational Behavior Division of the Academy of Management.
- Faculty Research (pdf)
- Dr. Bennie Waller, professor of finance and real estate, is quoted in the June 13, 2013 Wall St. Journal article, A Narrow Focus Helps Real Estate Agents. Research conducted by Dr. Bennie Waller, Dr. Ray Brastow (Longwood University) and Dr. Thomas Springer (Clemson University) found that real estate agents who concentrate in selling homes in a localized area get higher prices than those who list homes in a large area.
- Dr. Bennie Waller, professor of finance and real estate, is one of several experts quoted in a CardHub.com article on the pitfalls of buying foreclosed properties.
- Dr. Scott Wentland, professor of economics, is mentioned in the Boston Globe, and Washington Post for his research on randomly assigning government officials to districts for re-election. This same research was also covered by Richmond Public Radio on October 11th 2012 that Scott presented during his September 2012 Blackwell talk.