"Instructor’s Manual" to Accompany Strategic Brand Management by Kevin Lane Keller, Prentice-Hall, 1998. Co-author: Kevin Lane Keller.
Coordinating Total Audit Coverage: The Relationship between Internal and External Auditors. Co-authors William L. Felix, Jr. and Mario J. Maletta. Institute of Internal Auditors Research Foundation. 1998.
Questions and Answers About Business Ethics: Running an Ethical and Successful Business. June 1999.
Options Reporting and The Political Costs of CEO Pay. Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance. Vol 14: pp 125-145. Spring 1999.
Corporate Environmental Reports: The Need for Standards and an Environmental Assurance Service. Co-author: Christopher C. Souther. Accounting Horizons. Pp 129-145. June 1999.
The Ownership Effect in Consumer Responses to Brand Line Stretches. Co-authors: Kirmani, Amna; Sood, Sanjay. Journal of Marketing. January 1999.
Evaluating and interpreting the Effectiveness of End-User Interest Rate Derivatives. Journal of Managerial Issues. Volume X, Number 4, pp 419-438. Winter 1998.
The Anatomy of Fraudulent Behavior. Co-author Don Robin. Business Horizons. Pp 77-82. Nov-Dec 1998.
Discussion of Timely Industry Information as An Assurance Service – Evidence on the Information Content of the Book-to-Bill Ratio. Auditing: Journal of Practice and Theory.
The Impact of Legal Liability Regimes and Differential Client Risk of Client Acceptance, Audit Pricing, and Audit Effort Decisions. Co-authors: Andrew D. Bailey, Jr., Jeffrey W. Schatzberg, and H. Zhang. Journal of Accounting Auditing and Finance. 1998.
Antecedents to Organizational Commitment Among Mexican Employees of a U.S. Firm in Mexico. Co-author: Russell Hubbard. Journal of Social Psychology, 138(5), 609-623. 1998
The Ethics of Antidumping Petitions. Co-author: W. Charles Sawyer. Journal of World Business. Fall 1998.
The Anatomy of Fraudulent Behavior. Co-author: John Dunkelberg. Business Horizons. Nov-Dec 1998.
State and Local Taxation: An Internal Audit Perspective. Co-author Robert P. Moffie. Internal Auditing. Warren, Gorham and Lamont. Vol 13, number 7. Sept-Oct 1998.
Temporal Dimensions of Opportunistic Change in New Ventures. Co-author: G. D. Meyer. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 22, pp 31-52. 1999.
noneII. Papers and Presentations
Deac Inc—Teaching Production Planning as an Integrated System. Presented at the National Decision Sciences Institute (DSI) meeting. Co-presenter Dave Isbister. Las Vegas NV. November 1998.
Pedagogical Techniques and Technology: Student Performance and Preferences. Presented at the Southwest Region Meeting of the American Accounting Association. Houston TX. March 12, 1999.
Corporate Environmental Reports: The Need for Standards and an Environmental Assurance Service. Presented at the Southeast regional Meeting of the American Accounting Association. Atlanta GA. April 9, 1999.
The Effects of Derivatives Usage on Risk. Presented at the 1998 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. August 1998.
The Effect of Derivatives Usage on Risk. Presented at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Accounting and Finance . New Orleans, LA. December 1998.
The Effects of Derivatives Usage on Risk. Invited presentation at N.C. State University. April 1999.
The Anatomy of Fraudulent Behavior. Presented at the Fifth Annual International Conference Promoting Business Ethics. Chicago, IL. October 29-31.
A Review and Evaluation of Industry Concentration, Specialization, Experience, and Knowledge research in Auditing. American Accounting Association Auditing Section Midyear Conference. Atlanta, Ga. January 1999.
The Contribution of Internal Audit as a Determinant of External Audit Fees and Factors Influencing this Contribution. American Accounting Association Auditing Section Midyear Conference. Atlanta, GA. January 1999.
Voluntary Attestation in the Asset Management Industry: Its Influence on Users’ perceptions and Investment Decision. American Accounting Association ABO Section research Conference. Orlando, FL. October 1998.
Voluntary Attestation in the Asset Management Industry: Its Influence on Users’ Perceptions and Investment Decisions. Annual meeting of the American Accounting Association. New Orleans, La. August 1998.
The Association between Industry Experience of Audit Firms and Financial Reporting Quality.
International Symposium on Auditing Research. Los Angeles, CA. June 1999.
Calloway Requisite Integrated Study Program (CRISP). Southern Management Association Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA. November 1998.
Lessons in Leadership from the Arts and Literature: A Liberal Arts Approach to Managerial Instruction. Presented at the Institute for behavioral and Applied Management. Orlando, FL.
Sustaining a Commitment to Quality: The Challenges of Self-Evaluation and the Opportunities on the Web. Presented at the Continuous Improvement Symposium of the AACSB. Dallas, TX. September 1998.
Antecedents to Job Satisfaction Among American Expatriates in a Russian-American Joint Venture. Presented at the Institute for Behavioral and Applied Management Annual Meeting. Orlando FL. October 1998.
Initial Public Offerings: The Predictability of Subsequent Targets. Presented at the Eastern Finance Association Meeting. Williamsburg VA.
Classifying Ethical Problems in a Way That Aids Our Understanding of Them. Presented at the Society for Marketing Advances. New Orleans LA. November 1998. (Won the award as the best theoretical paper at the conference.
Integration of Technology into the Introductory Tax Course. Presented at the North Carolina Educators Conference. February 1999.
Multiple Common Bond Credit Unions and the Allocation of Benefits and Prerequisite Consumption and Tax Exemption: An Analysis of Credit Union Expense Preference Behavior. Academy of Accounting and Finance. December 1998.
Barriers to Entry for High-Growth Entrepreneurial Firms: Implications for Manufacturer-Retail Retail Relations. Babson College/Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneurship Research Conference, University of Gent, Gent, Belgium. 1998.III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies
Member: Editorial Services Board, Journal of Operations Management
Associate Editor, Journal of Financial Education
The International Journal of Accounting (1998-2000)
Ad hoc reviewer, Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, Accounting Horizons, Contemporary Accounting Research.
Annual meeting of the American Accounting Association
Southeast Regional meeting of the American Accounting Association
American Accounting Association Auditing Section Midyear Conference
(with Bremser, Wayne) Editors, Cases from Management Accounting Practice, Vol 19, Institute of Management Accountants, 1998.
Editorial Board, Business Ethics Quarterly & Annual Editions, Business Ethics
Reviewed articles for the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Sciences.
Editorial Board, Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics.
Editorial Board, Journal of International Accounting Auditing & Taxation.
Institute of Management Accountants
Member National Committee on Academic Relations
IMA Campus Coordinator
American Accounting Association
Member of Management Accounting section Executive Committee
Co-chair of the 1998 AAA/IMA Management Accounting Case Symposium
American Institute of CPAs
On Campus Champion – liaison between students and this organization.
President, Society for Marketing Advances Foundation – November 1999.
Research Committee, Academy of Management Entrepreneurship Division.
Co-chair, Inter-divisional relations committee of Entrepreneurship Division of Academy of Management.
Sara Lee (Just My Size Division). 15 hours.
North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation. One half day.
National Rural Electrical Cooperative Association. One day.
Taught Introductory Financial Accounting in the BB&T Banking School at WFU.
Taught CPA Review in the WFU CPA Review Course.
Taught class on SPSS for students at Salem College (gratis)
Sara Lee Corporation – "Just My Size" Products. 20 hours.
Provided tax consulting services (at no cost) to WFU Faculty, Students and Staff.IV. External Grants Received
Topic: The Role of Internal Audit in the Performance of the Strategic Systems Financial Statement Audit. Agency: KPMG/University of Illinois Business Measurement Case Development and Research Program. $40,000 Requested and Funded