Select Faculty Publications and Presentations

Susan Ariel Aaronson, associate research professor of strategic management and public policy, published “Is China Killing The WTO?” in the Winter 2010 edition of The International Economy. It will also be a chapter in her upcoming book China in the WTO: An Early Harvest (Petros Mavroidis, ed.).

James Bailey, Ave Tucker Professorial Fellow of Leadership and professor of management, published “Integrating the emotional intelligence concept: The relationship between emotional ability and emotional competency,” in Organization Management Journal with two former GWSB doctoral students, Craig Seal and Mary Sass. He also published “The research-teaching nexus: Tensions and Opportunities” in the Handbook of Management Education, Learning and Development, with R. Lewicki, and “Design and development: A narrative of the founding, launch, and early history of Academy of Management Learning & Education” in the book Being and Becoming a Management Education Scholar with R. Lewicki, D. Whetton and B. Ferris.

Ahmad I. Jarrah, associate research professor of decision sciences, co-authored “Validating vehicle routing zone construction using Monte Carlo simulation,” for the European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 206, pages 73-85.

Mark Klock, professor of finance, published “What Will It Take to Label Participation in a Deceptive Scheme to Defraud Buyers of Securities a Violation of Section 10(b)? The Disastrous Result and Reasoning of Stoneridge” in The University of Kansas Law Review, Vol. 58, No. 2. Klock also published in the Pepperdine Law Review (Vol. 37, No. 1), “Contrasting the Art of Economic Science with Pseudo-Economic Nonsense: The Distinction Between Reasonable Assumptions and Ridiculous Assumptions.”

Anoma Kulathunga, a PhD candidate in international business, has just published her fourth book with the World Bank, Getting Finance in South Asia 2010: Indicators and Analysis of the Commercial Banking Sector (with Kiatchai Sophastienphong). The book launch was held June 23 at the World Bank.

Young Hoon Kwak, associate professor of decision sciences, published “Exploring Monte Carlo Simulations Applications for Project Management” in IEEE Engineering Management Review, Vol. 37, No. 3, pages 83-91. Kwak also published “Web-based Construction Project Specification System” in the Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, Vol. 24, No. 2, pages 212-221.

Additionally, he published “Project Management in Government: An Introduction to Earned Value Management” with co-author Frank T. Anbari of Drexel University. The report was sponsored by a research stipend from IBM Center for the Business of Government.

Miguel A. Lejeune, assistant professor of decision sciences, published “MIP Reformulations of the Probabilistic Set Covering Problem” in the journal Mathematical Programming, Vol. 121, No. 1, pages 1-31. The paper is co-authored by A. Saxena (Axioma) and V. Goyal (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).

Tjai Nielsen, assistant professor of management, published “OCB and performance: A group-level meta-analytic review” in the journal Small Group Research. This paper was co-authored with George Hrivnak, a former GWSB doctoral student and currently a professor of management at Bond University, and Megan Shaw, a doctoral student in GW’s Industrial & Organizational Psychology Program.

Liesl Riddle, associate professor of international business, published “Globalization, Biculturalism, and Cosmopolitanism: The Acculturation Status of Mexicans in Upper Management” in the International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, Vol. 10, No. 2, pages 37-53.