Faculty Research, Service, & Economic Development
Maine Business School Faculty Research, Service and Economic Development Activities
Congratulations to Dr. Agrrawal on his latest publication: Using Index ETFs for Multi-Asset Class Investing: Shifting the Efficient Frontier Up, in press, Journal of Index Investing, forthcoming fall 2013
Professor C. Matt Graham recently had a paper accepted for publications: “Graham, C.M. & Miaoulis, G. (2013). The Case for a SMS Texting Integrated Classroom: Learning Preferences and Student Perceptions. Journal of Innovative Education Strategies.”
June, 2013: Dr. Nic Erhardt won a 2013 Outstanding Reviewer Award from the Organizational Behavior Division of the Academy of Management. Congratulations! Of the 1262 people who reviewed for the division this year, they selected only 129 to receive this honor.
The Maine Alpha Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon recognized Dr. Pank Agrrawal with the Faculty Member of the Year award, for his work as a professor at the Maine Business School and commitment to the students of the Universit
y of Maine. Also in the photo is Luke Finemore of the Spiffy fund.
Dr. Nic Erhardt and Dr. Jason Harkins’ research paper, “”Knowledge Transfer Across Hierarchical Lines:The Importance of Structure and Type of Knowledge”, has been selected as one of “Best Paper Proceedings of the 2013 Academy of Management Meeting, 2013!”
Patti Collett Miles and Grant Miles, 2013, “Corporate social responsibility and executive compensation: exploring the link”, SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY JOURNAL j VOL. 9 NO. 1 2013, pp. 76-90, Q Emerald Group Publishing.
Abstract: “The purpose of this paper is to explore whether socially responsible firms recognize the potential conflicts that come with higher levels of executive compensation, and thus limit executive pay relative to what is being paid in other firms. In the process, the relationships between executive compensation and financial performance, and corporate social performance and financial performance are examined to determine whether potential compensation and social performance links are coming at the expense of company financial performance..”
Dr. Terry Porter, UMaine associate professor of management, has been awarded a Fulbright fellowship to spend the spring 2014 semester at Cardiff University in the United Kingdom researching, in collaboration with colleagues there, the social processes by which business organizations navigate toward greater sustainability.
Dr. Bob Strong attended the Chicago Board Options Exchange Risk Management Conference in Carlsbad, CA the first week of spring break. Dr. Strong and Dr. Siagian also published an article, “The Probability of Exercise Implied in Option Spreads” published in the Fall 2012 issue of the Journal of Business and Economic Studies.