SUMMARY  OF  WFU  FACULTY  INFORMATION  FORMS

 

For

Calloway School of Business and Accountancy

 

Reynolda Campus

2004-2005

 

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II. Papers and Presentations

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

IV. External Grants Received

V. Awards

 

 

I.         Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Aldhizer, George

 

(with Cashell, James) “Customer Relationship Management: Risks and Controls.”

Internal Auditor, December 2004: 52-58.

 

(with Cashell, James and Conlan, William) “Healthcare Audits in a Self-Insured

Environment.” Internal Auditing, July/August 2004: 3-14.

 

Beets, Douglas

 

“Understanding the Demand-Side Issues of International Corruption.”  Journal of Business Ethics,

 March 2005, 65-81.

 

Bliss, Robert

 

“Market Discipline: Players, Processes, and Purposes.” Market Discipline Across Countries and Industries, ed. W. Hunter, G. Kaufman, C. Borio, and K. Tsatsaronis,

Boston: MIT Press, 2004, 37-53.

 

Duchac, Jonathan

 

“The Dilemma of Bright Line Accounting Rules and Professional Judgment: Insights From Special Purpose Entity Consolidation Rules.”. International Journal of Disclosure and Governance. 2004.

 

“The Precision of Bank Earnings Mechanisms.”  The Journal of Accounting and Finance Research. 2004.

 

“The Sarbanes-Oxley Act: Unanticipated Consequences for Some Companies.”  The Portfolio Managers Review: Merrill Lynch.  November 1, 2004.

 

“Accounting for Business Combinations: Review and Analysis of the FASB Proposal.” Merrill Lynch and Co. New York, NY.

 

Introduction to Enterprise Risk Management, Scottish Re Inc.  Presentation in conjunction with Scottish Re grant for Risk Management. Spring 2005

 

“Shell Games: Corporate Governance and the Accounting for Oil and Gas Reserves.”  Testimony before the U. S. House of Representatives, Committee on Financial Services, July 21, 2004.

 

Goho, Thomas

 

(with Dunkelberg, John) “Bouvet, Inc.” A Casebook on Corporate Renewal, University of Michigan Press, 2004, 358-369.

 

Harrison, J. Kline

 

“Effects of Organizational Rank and Length of Time in Assignment of Expatriate Commitment.”  Social Science Journal, 2004, Vol. 41, 471-476.  

 

Lewis, Bruce

 

(with Morris, S., Snyder, C., Templeton, G.) “Methodological and Thematic Prescriptions for Defining and Measuring the Organizational Learning Concept.”

Information Systems Frontiers, 6(3), 263-275. 

 

Marcum, Bill

 

(with Cooper, Michael and Gutierrez, jr., Roberto) “on the Predictability of Stock Returns in Real Time.” Journal of Business, 78.

 

Randel, Amy

 

(with Jaussi, K.) “Personal and social functional background identity and individual performance as a team member:  The moderating role of identity salience.”  Research in Management, Ed. Neider, L and Schriesheim, C, Information Age Publishing Vol. 4, 2004.

 

(with Chun, J, Dionne, S., Jaussi, K) “Diversity and demography in organizations: A levels of analysis review of the literature.” Research in Multi-Level Issues, Ed. Yammarion, F, and Dansereau, F, 3:181-229.

 

Robin, Donald

 

“Why Ethics and Profits Can and Must Work Together in Business.” Business Ethics: New Challenges for Business Schools and Corporate Leaders, Ed. Peterson, R. and Ferrell, O., Chapter 11.

 

 

Tower, Ralph

 

(with Scully, Fred) “The Personal Income Tax Equation.” State Tax Notes, 779-791.

 

II.        Papers and Presentations

 

Baker, Terry

 

Panelist: at Southeast Regional Meeting of American Accounting Association, topic of International Accounting issues. Charlotte, NC, April 2005.

 

Presentation:  (with Collins, Denton and Reitenga, Austin)“The timing of executive stock options grants: implications for quarterly accruals and reversals.”  American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, August, 2004.

 

Beets, Douglas

 

Presentation: “International Corruption and Religion: An Empirical Examination.” Second Global Conference on Critical Issues: Interculturalism in Vienna, Austria,

December 3, 2004.

 

Bliss, Robert

 

Presentation:  U.S. Corporate and Bank Insolvency Regimes: An Economic Comparison and Evaluation.” North American Economics and Finance Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, January, 8 2005.

 

Presentation:  “Derivatives and Systemic Risk: Netting, Collateral, and Closeout.” Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Workshop, April 15, 2005.

 

Presentation:  “Derivatives and Systemic Risk: Netting, Collateral, and Closeout.” Derivatives and Financial Stability, jointly hosted by the Associazione Guido Carli and the Journal of Financial Stability, Rome, Italy, October 24, 2004.

 

Presentation: Calloway/Babcock Joint Research Workshop, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, November 5, 2004.

 

Presentation:  “Key Policy Challenges in Financial Institution Resolution: Additional Complexities—A Discussion.”  Systemic Financial Crises: Resolving Large Bank Insolvencies hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, September 30-October 1, 2004.

 

Presentation:  “Multiple Regulators and Insolvency Regimes: Obstacles to Efficient Supervision and Resolution.” The Structure of Financial Regulation, hosted by the Bank of Finland and the Cass Business School London, Helsini, Finland,

September 2-3, 2004.

Duchac, Jon

 

Presentation:  “Disclosure and Auditor Choice by Foreign Registrants in the United States”.  European Accounting Association Meeting, Gothenburg, Sweden, May 2005.

 

Goho, Thomas

 

Presentation:  “Mutual Fund Strategies.” 25th Annual Jerge Seminar sponsored by Department of Dentistry of Wake Forest University Medical School, Myrtle Beach, August 2004.

 

Hinson, Yvonne

 

Presentation: (with Juras, Paul) “Examining the effect of board composition on agency costs and financial performance in banks.” The Academy of Accounting and Finance, December 2004.

 

Presentation:  (with Juras, Paul) “Director stock ownership: does level of ownership affect financial performance in the banking industry?”  The Academy of Accounting and Finance, December 2004.

 

Presentation:  (with Juras, Paul) “Leaders vs laggards: a study of the relationship between selected board composition characteristics and performance along various banking performance measures.” The Academy of Accounting and Finance, December 2004.

 

Presentation: (with Bamford, Charles and Bruton, Gary) “Founder/CEO Turnover: A social Capital Examination of How Entrepreneurial Startup Compensate.” Babson Conference, Summer 2004.

 

Juras, Paul

 

Presentation: (with Hinson, Yvonne) “Examining the effect of board composition on agency costs and financial performance in banks.” The Academy of Accounting and Finance, December 2004.

 

Presentation:  (with Hinson, Yvonne) “Director stock ownership: does level of ownership affect financial performance in the banking industry?”  The Academy of Accounting and Finance, December 2004.

 

Presentation:  (with Hinson, Yvonne) “Leaders vs laggards: a study of the relationship between selected board composition characteristics and performance along various banking performance measures.” The Academy of Accounting and Finance, December 2004.

 

 

Randel, Amy

 

Presentation: (with Dionne, S. and Jaussi, K.) “Creativity at work: The role of creative personal identity.  Academy of Management conference, New Orleans, 2004.

 

Presentation: (with Jaussi, K. and Standifird, S.) “Organizational identity and organizational responses to stigmatization.” Academy of Management conference, New Orleans, 2004.

 

Tower, Ralph

 

Presentation: (with Moffie, Robert) “Streamlined Sales tax Project: Internal Audit Implications.” School of Business, NC Central University, April 29, 2005.

 

Presentation: (with Moffie, Robert and Balmer, David) “ Self Selection of Accounting Majors and Personality Correlates.” School of Business, NC Central University, April 29, 2005.

 

Presentation: “Toward A New Definition of the Personal Income Tax.” Calloway-Babcock Business Research Lecture Series, Wake Forest University, March 18, 2005.

 

West, Page

 

Presentation: (with Bamford, C) “Sources of initial resource positions in new ventures.” Babson College/Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Wellesley, MA, 2005.

 

Presentation: “Embedding entrepreneurship education in universities outside business schools: A dialogue with five universities about diversification.” Symposium at annual meeting of United States Association for Small Business and Enterprise, Indian Wells, CA, 2005.

 

Presentation: “Embedding entrepreneurship in a liberal arts institution.” American Association of Colleges and Universities, San Francisco, 2005.

 

Presentation: “What do you mean by that: Finding language that works.” American Association of Colleges and Universities, San Francisco, CA, 2005.

 

Presentation: “Entrepreneurship research: State of the field.” Consortium of Liberal Arts and Entrepreneurship, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC, 2004.

 

 

III.      Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

Akinc, Umit

 

Track Chair, OR/MS Models for Decision Sciences Institute’s 2005 National conference member, editorial board, International Journal of Operational Research.

 

Aldhizer, George

 

Member, Editorial Board of Advisors, Internal Auditing, January 2002-present.

 

Vice Chair, Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) International Academic Relations Committee (responsible for developing a cutting-edge audit case proposal submitted to the International Board for approval).

 

Chairman, Academic Relations Committee of the Triad Chapter of the IIA: coordinator, Mock Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) Exam Competition, sponsored by the Triad Chapter of the IIA, spring 2005.

 

Bliss, Rob

 

International Journal of Business, Associate Editor.

 

Richard S. Ziman Center for Real Estate, UCLA Anderson School of Management (6 days).

 

Bridges, Sheri

 

Corning Cable Systems, 4 hours

Nationwide marketing Group, 4 hours

 

Duchac, Jonathan

 

Member, Editorial Board, International Journal of Disclosure and Corporate Governance.

 

Wachovia Investment Banking Training: (1) Financial Statement Analysis: Equity Research Analysts, (2) Financial Statement Analysis: Equity Research Associates, (3) Introduction to International Accounting Standards.  All courses taught during summer of 2004. Time dedicated: 10 working days.

 

Merrill Lynch & Co Finance: Technical Competence: Regulatory and Reporting Issues.  All courses taught during summer of 2004.  Time dedicated: 6 hours.

 

Accounting Advisor to Merrill Lynch Equity Research

-        Provide advice to equity research analysts on technical accounting topics.

-        Assist equity research analysts in understanding the impact that accounting rules have on financial forecasts and price models.

-        Develop research reports on technical accounting issues.

-        Time dedicated: 4 hours per week.

-        Activities associated with this engagement are consistent with “Documented organizational internships and consulting activities: as outlined in the Calloway School’s Promotion and Tenure Policies.

 

Goho, Thomas

 

Board of Directors, Wells Fargo Mutual Fund complex, San Francisco, CA.

Chair of the Audit Committee, and Chair of the Nominations Committee.  A board member since 1987.  Five board meetings per year at various locations.

 

Harrison, Kline

 

Editor, Journal Academy of Business Education.

 

Juras, Paul

 

Editorial Review Board of Journal of Managerial Issues.

 

Provided services to Novant Health on cost analysis – 40 hours over seven months.

 

Knight, Lee

 

Editorial Review Board, TSU Business and Economic Review

 

Randel, Amy

 

Editorial Board: Group & Organization Management.

 

Stephens University (collaboration between Babcock and Calloway for Stephens, Inc.)

3 contact hours of instruction.

 

Scripps Networks, 4 contact of instruction.

 

Robin, Donald

 

Editorial Review Board for: Business Ethics Quarterly, Journal of Business research, Business—Annual Editions.

 

Tower, Ralph

 

Member of Editorial Board, Journal of International Accounting Auditing and Taxation.

Ralph B. Tower CPA, Tax advisory and trusteeship services.

 

West, Page

 

Editorial Review Board, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.

 

Elected representative at large, Academy of Management Entrepreneurship Divisio.

 

Task force on Academy of Management Entrepreneurship Division Journal. (Chair)

 

IV.       External Grants Received

 

Duchac, Jonathan

 

Topic:       Enterprise Risk Management

Agency:    Ohio National

Requested:            100,000

Funded:     100,000

 

Hinson, Yvonne

 

Topic:       Forsyth Working Families Partnership

Agency:    Jessie Ball DuPont Fund

Requested:            63,001

Funded:     63,001

 

 

V.        Awards

 

Aldhizer, George

 

Master of Science in Accountancy Class Teaching Award (Calloway School) 2005.

 

Thurston Award Finalist for outstanding contribution to Internal Auditor, February, 2005.

 

Harrison, Kline

 

Mark Reece Faculty Advisor Award – Interfraternity Council, 2004.

 

Hipp, Clay

 

Calloway Senior Class Teaching Award 2005.

 

Martin, Dale

 

The Calloway School’s T.B. Rose Fellowship for Instructional Innovation.

 

Randel, Amy

 

ACE Fellowship (service learning fellowship)

 

Research Award (internal award for Calloway for research during the calendar year 2004.

 

West, Page

 

Coleman Foundation Award for USASBE research conference involvement, $1,000.