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Dean's Research Forum

Beginning in Fall 2012, the College of Business began sponsoring a forum for faculty members to present their recent publications to the APSU campus, the Clarksville-Montgomery County community, and the students and faculty of the College of Business.  As indiciated in the mission statement, the APSU College of Business promotes "continuous development of a learning environment, through excellent teaching and faculty research."  Please RSVP to the Dean's Research Forum by 1 p.m., April 10th.  A pizza reception, to which all who attend the Forum are invited, will follow.

Below is a list of the forum year, the authors of the publication, and a link to the published paper.

Forum Year          

Author - Title & Link to Publication

Spring 2014

Dr. Jennis Biser - Law-and-Economics: Why Gordon Tullock Prefers Napoleon Bonaparte over the Duke of Wellington; and Why He May End Up on St. Helena

Spring 2014

Dr. Susan Cockrell - Financial Statement Quality: A Comparison of Small and Large Cities

Spring 2014

Dr. Michael Shen - An Empirical Comparison of Three Auction Strategies for Multiple Products

Spring 2013

Dr. Susan Cockrell, Ms. Niesha Wolfe, & Ms. Pamela Meyer - From Debt to Career:  Accounting Majors Burst Student Loan Bubble

Spring 2013

Dr. Roger Clark (with George Philippatos) - Nonlinear Properties, Complexity, and Emergence in the Governance of the World Trade Organization

Spring 2013

Dr. Susan Cockrell & Dr. Dan Meyer - The Role of the Management Accountant in Total Quality Management

Fall 2012Dr. Hassan Said - Liquidity Constraints and Asset Allocation:  A Model for the Insurance Firm
Fall 2012

Dr. Dennis Pearson, Dr. Dong Nyonna, & Dr. K.J. Kim - The Relationship Between Economic Freedom, State Growth, and Foreign Direct Investments in US States

Fall 2012

Dr. David Grimmett - Multi-Period Production Planning with Inventory, Interest Rate, and Backorder Considerations:  A Pedagogical Presentation