Goodman School of Business
The Goodman School of Business congratulates the following faculty members for their outstanding achievements:
Professor Trish Ruebottom of the Department of Marketing, International Business, and Strategy on the acceptance of her article "Navigating the Politics and Emotions of Change" which will appear in the MIT Sloan Management Review an FT-45 listed journal.
Professor Narongsak Thongpapanl of the Department of Marketing, International Business, and Strategy has recently accepted the invitation to join the Editorial Board of Technovation in the role of Associate Editor (for the journal’s Marketing and Innovation Area). Technovation is one of the leading international journals of technological innovation, entrepreneurship and technology management—that focuses on “all facets of the process of technological innovation from conceptualization of a new technology-based product or process through commercial utilization.” Based on the 2011 Journal Citation Reports data, the Impact Factor of the journal is currently 3.287, and the journal is presently ranked 18 out of 168 in the Management area.
Professors Lianxi Zhou and Narongsak Thongpapanl of the Department of Marketing, International Business, and Strategy recently accepted the invitation to serve on the Editorial Review Board of the Journal of International Marketing (JIM). The Journal of International Marketing - one of the four premier American Marketing Association's journals - aims at "publishing high quality-managerially relevant, theoretically sound, and methodologically rigorous - research in international marketing." Based on the most recent Journal Citation Reports data, the 5-Year Impact Factor of the journal is currently 3.596, and the journal is presently ranked 14 out of 113 in the Business area.
Congratulations to Professor Teju Herath of the Department of Finance, Operations, and Information Systems for being a senior partner on an international team of researchers who have received a US grant of $320,000US for a research project on information security.
Professors Dirk De Clercq of the Department of Organizational Behaviour, Human Resources, Entrepreneurship, and Ethics and Narongsak Thongpapanl of the Department of Marketing, International Business, and Strategy on the acceptance of their article "Organizational social capital, formalization, and internal knowledge sharing in entrepreneurial orientation formation" which will appear in Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.
Professor Dipanjan Chatterjee of the Department of Finance, Operations, and Information Systems on the acceptance of his paper "Governance of Interorganizational Information Systems: A Resource Dependence Perspective" which will apper in the journal Information Systems Research.
Professor Sharon Mason of the Department of Organizational Behaviour, Human Resources, Entrepreneurship and Ethics on the acceptance of her paper co-authored with Dr. Mudrack entitled "Ethical Judgements: What Do We Know, Where Do We Go?" which will appear in the Journal of Business Ethics.
Professor Anteneh Ayanso, of the Department of Finance, Operations, and Information Systems, on the acceptance of his paper "Efficiency Evaluation in Search Advertising", co-authored with former MSc student, Brian Mokaya, which will appear in Decision Sciences.
Professor Sohyung Kim, of the Department of Accounting, on the acceptance of his paper "What is behind the magic of O-Score? An alternative interpretation of Dichev's (1998) bankruptcy risk anomaly," which will appear in Review of Accounting Studies.
Congratulations to Professors Pascale Lapointe of the Accounting Department and Walid Ben Omrane of the FOIS Department on their recent appointments by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). Professor Lapointe was named to the adjudication committee for the Insight Developement Grant competition, (Committee 5 - Business and management, economics and related fields). Professor Ben Omrane was named to the Selection Committee (Committee 22: Accounting, finance, management science, productions and operation management) for the 2011 SSHRC SRG competition.
SSHRC Standard Research Grant Funded Proposals
The SSHRC Standard Research Grant competition results have been announced. The Goodman School of Business congratulates Professor Antonia Mantonakis from the Department of Marketing, International Business and Stratgy for her successful application in the SSHRC Insight Competition for a total grant award of $79.226.