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    • Stand in the wind: Market power reformation during uncertain periods 

      Wang, Heng; Wei, Siqi; Zhu, Xiaoyang (Elsevier Inc., 2023-03-01)
      Economic policy uncertainty affects firm dynamics and profitability, and thus imposes an impact on firm markups and market power. Using quarterly data of the U.S. publicly listed firms over 1985Q1 to 2020Q3, this paper ...
    • Did Friendship Impair the Auditor’s Independence? 

      Sherwood, Matthew; Porter, Christine (American Accounting Association, 2022-06-09)
      The objective of this case is to help students identify potential violations of independence between a member of an external financial statement audit team and a client employee. Additionally, this case informs students ...
    • Financial development and declining market dynamics: Another dark side of “too much finance”? 

      Zhu, Xiaoyang (Springer, 2022-11-06)
      This paper empirically investigates whether financial development has played a role in the rise of market concentration over the past decades. Using an industry-level panel of 41 countries over the period 1989–2010, we ...
    • Estimating land values using residential sales data 

      Longhofer, Stanley D.; Redfearn, Christian L. (Elsevier, 2022-10-29)
      Land prices are at the heart of urban economics but are generally not observed directly. Though they are central to household and firm location choices, land-only sales in urban areas are rare and often outliers. Indeed, ...
    • In search of Scholarly Impact 

      Haley, Usha C. V.; Cooper, Cary L.; Hoffman, Andrew J.; Pitsis, Tyrone S.; Greenberg, Danna (Academy of Management, 2022-08-01)
    • Early Earnings Releases and the Role of Accounting Quality 

      Seavey, Scott E.; Whitworth, James D.; Imhof, Michael J. (American Accounting Association, 2021-12-01)
      More than half of U.S. public companies announce earnings before audit completion. We examine how accounting quality, as a measure of the ex ante reliability of earnings, affects the decision to release earnings early. ...
    • The nature of vicarious embarrassment 

      Ziegler, Alexander H.; Allen, Alexis M.; Peloza, John; Norris, J. Ian (Elsevier, 2022-08-31)
      Extant literature suggests that a consumer who purchases a sensitive product will experience embarrassment if others, real or imagined, witness the purchase. However, the parallel embarrassment experienced by observers is ...
    • Regional house price co-movement in the USA: the medium cycle is not the business cycle 

      Miles, William (Springer Nature, 2022-08-02)
      Co-movement in different regional housing markets has implications for portfolio management, as well as the effectiveness of monetary and other policies. Such co-movement has thus been the subject of several previous ...
    • Is there a clash of civilizations? Cultures and institutions across civilizations 

      Chand, Masud (People and Global Business Association, 2022-06-01)
      Purpose: We analyze how countries are similar and different in terms of cultures and institutions and the extent to which they can be grouped into civilizations. This is based on Huntington’s (1993,1996) framework that ...
    • Crowd reactions to entrepreneurial failure in rewards-based crowdfunding: A psychological contract theory perspective 

      Oberoi, Swati; Srivastava, Smita; Gupta, Vishal K.; Joshi, Rohit; Mehta, Atul (MDPI, 2022-07-08)
      Rewards-based crowdfunding (RBC) has recently gained popularity as an alternative means of finance to help entrepreneurs bring novel projects to life. We theorize that crowdfunding backers perceive an implicit psychological ...
    • The Northern Ireland housing market: would unification with the south be problematic? 

      Miles, William R. (AccessEcon LLC, 2022-02-20)
      Recent political events such as Brexit, as well as changing demographics have made the unification of Northern Ireland and the Republic likelier than recently thought possible. Unification would require addressing many ...
    • FinTech and capital allocation efficiency: Another equity-efficiency dilemma? 

      Xie, Xueyan; Zhu, Xiaoyang (Elsevier, 2022-05-22)
      The emergence of financial technology (FinTech) introduces new tools and solutions to lending and equity markets, and has significantly increased the accessibility of marginal firms to funds, a property known as financial ...
    • Triaging your human capital: an integrative perspective on strategic human capital asset allocation 

      Bonner, Robert L.; Neely, Andrea R.; Stone, Christopher B.; Lengnick-Hall, Cynthia A.; Lengnick-Hall, Mark L. (Emerald Group Holdings Ltd., 2022-05-26)
      Purpose The purpose of this paper is to provide an overarching framework to guide the understanding of the allocation and deployment of strategic human capital assets within an organization. Using the concept of medical ...
    • Rhetoric, risk, and investment: Letting the numbers speak for themselves 

      McLeod, Michael S.; Sears, Joshua B.; Chandler, Gaylen N.; Payne, G. Tyge; Brigham, Keith H. (John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2022-03-11)
      It is well established that words matter. Yet, there remains much that we do not understand about when and how words are best utilized in various business contexts. This study uses a mediation model to examine how investment ...
    • Incumbent defense strategies and new entrants market exit: the moderating role of relational market-based assets 

      Aghaie, Sina; Kamran-Disfani, Omid; Javadinia, Amir; Farhang, Maryam; Bhattarai, Ashok (Emerald Group Holdings Ltd., 2022-05-24)
      Purpose: The purpose of this study is to empirically investigate the impact of incumbents’ defensive strategies, specifically price-cut and capacity expansion, on new entrants’ (NEs) exit decisions and examine the moderating ...
    • Airline Quality Rating 2022: The 32nd year reporting airline performance 

      Bowen, Brent D.; Headley, Dean E. (Wichita State University, 2022-05)
      The Airline Quality Rating (AQR) was developed and first announced in early 1991 as an objective method for assessing airline quality on combined multiple performance criteria. This current report, the Airline Quality ...
    • Impact and the management researcher 

      Haley, Usha C.V. (Routledge, 2021-10-08)
      Universities, governments, faculty-evaluation committees, grant-bestowing institutions, scholars, and accreditation organizations have increasingly insisted on identifying and placing value on research impact. Valuation ...
    • How incumbents’ response strategy impacts rivals’ market exit timing? 

      Aghaie, Sina; Javadina, Amir; Mirahmad, Hooman; Janani, Saeed (Elsevier, 2022-04-01)
      Prior research illustrates that incumbent firms commonly react to a rival’s market entry by adjusting their marketing mix elements. Incumbents either adjust only one element – adopting a “focused” strategy – or adjust ...
    • Serving up a slice of entrepreneurship on campus: The new Pizza Hut museum 

      Abdinnour, Sue; Meinecke, Rachelle; Parcell, Lisa; Price, Jay M. (University of California Press, 2022-02-01)
      An interdisciplinary team at Wichita State University with individuals from the departments of Business, Communication, History, and Museum Studies worked with a design firm to rehabilitate the first Pizza Hut into a museum, ...
    • Price reactions to a rival’s market exit: evidence from the U.S. airline industry 

      Aghaie, Sina; Javadinia, Amir; Cockrell, Seth (Routledge, 2022-02-04)
      While antecedents of a rival’s exit have been extensively investigated, how a rival’s exit affects the market has been barely examined. Drawing on the contestable market theory, and utilizing a rich dataset of market exits ...