College of Business Administration

Faculty Editors and Editorial Board Members

  • Modern Economy: Problems and Solutions (Editorial Council)

  • Service Industries Journal (Editor-in-Chief)
  • Journal of Service Research and Managing Service Quality (Editorial Board Member)

  • Journal of Advertising Research (Editorial Review Board Member)
  • The Services Industries Journal (Editorial Review Board Member)
  • Marketing Education Review
  • International Journal of Market Research

  • The Financial Review (Associate Editor)


  • Journal of Business Research (Editorial Board Member)
  • Psychology & Marketing (Editorial Board Member)

  • International Journal of Arts Management (Associate Editor)

  • International Journal of Business and Economic Development (Editorial Board Member)

  • Information & Management (Associate Editor)

  • International Journal of Learning

  • Journal of Business Research (Editorial Review Board)
  • International Journal of Culture, Tourism, and Hospitality Research (Special Issue Editor)

Featured Faculty Research Publications

We are dedicated to the support and promotion of academic research. Our faculty members are recognized as scholars, who are actively engaged in research on a variety of business topics.

Here is a comprehensive list of A+ journal articles featuring our College of Business Administration faculty.

Shawn Rohlin

Rohlin, S., Shawn Rohlin (2013). “How Dark Is Dark? Bright Lights, Big City, Racial Profiling” forthcoming in the Review of Economics and Statistics.

Asli M. Arikan

, Stulz, René M (2012). Corporate Acquisitions, Diversification, and the Firm's Lifecycle. The Journal of Finance (Forthcoming).

Pratim Datta

, Roumani, Y. & Booth, D. (2013). Knowledge-Acquisitions and Post-Acquisition Innovation Performance: A Comparative Hazards Model, European Journal of Information Systems, Spring (Forthcoming).

Robert D. Jewell

Michael J. Barone, Robert D. Jewell (2013). The Innovator's License: A Latitude to Deviate from Category Norms. Journal of Marketing: January 2013, Vol. 77, No. 1, pp. 120-134.

Julia Levashina

, Hartwell, C. J., Morgeson, F. P., & Campion, M. A. (2013). The Structured Employment Interview: Narrative and Quantitative Review of the Research Literature. Personnel Psychology, n/a-n/a.

Pervaiz Alam

Makar, S., Wang, L., Pervaiz Alam (2013). The mixed attribute model in SFAS 133 cash flow hedge accounting: implications for market pricing. Review of Accounting Studies, 18(1), 66-94.

Greta Polites

, Karahanna, E. “The Embeddedness of IS Habits in Organizational Routines: Development and Disruption,” MIS Quarterly (37:1), March 2013, pp.221-246.

Julia Levashina

, Morgeson, F.P., Campion, M.A. (2012). Tell me some more: Exploring how item verifiability and cognitive ability influence responses to biodata questions in a high-stakes selection context.. Personnel Psychology, 359-384.

Xiaoling, Pu

Kapadia, N., Xiaoling, Pu (2012). Limited arbitrage between equity and credit markets. Journal of Financial Economics,105(3), 542-564.

Named Chairs and Professorships

Firestone Chair of Corporate Finance
(330) 672-1205

Bridgestone Chair of International Business

Olga Mural Associate Professorship
(330) 672-1200

Visiting Scholars

Dr. Hongmei Guo

Dr. Song Zahn

  • Sichuan University, China
  • Research interest: macroeconomics
  • Hosted by: Dr. Michael Ellis

Dr. Joakim Wincent

Dr. Ying Cui

  • Associate Professor, Henan University of Technology, China
  • Research interest: HR
  • Hosted by: Dr. Julia Levashina

Dr. Peng Cheng

  • January 2015–October 2015
  • Sichaun International Studies Institute, Chongqing, China
  • Research interest: investment/financing, corporate responsibility
  • Hosted by: Dr. Michael Mayo
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