The Department is supported by an impressive faculty and staff. More than 90% of our faculty hold the highest degree in their field. Collectively, the Business Administration and Economics faculty have many years of experience in businesses of all sizes. Our faculty have received a diverse set of awards indicative of outstanding quality. These include Fulbright fellowships, teaching awards, awards for outstanding research in the form of publications, presentations and dissertations.

The College at Brockport is very proud to showcase publications by our esteemed faculty members. This collection features works published by the faculty and professionals, both current and former, of the School of Business Administration and Economics.

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Submissions from 2013

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Business Students’ Learning Engagement as a Function of Reading Assigned E-Textbooks, Susan Stites-Doe, Pat Maxwell, and Jennifer Little Kegler

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Division Buyout and Refinancing of Event Risk Covenant Bonds: Evidence from the Long-Term Stock Performance, Manish Tewari

Submissions from 2012

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Estimating Parameters of the 1918-19 Influenza Epidemic on U.S. Military Bases, Kyongsei Sohn and Bryan L. Boulier

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Effectiveness of Event Risk Covenants in High Yield Bonds: Evidence from Long-Run Stock Performance, Manish Tewari and Pradipkumar Ramanlal

Submissions from 2011

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An Exploratory Study Investigating Leader and Follower Characteristics at U.S. Healthcare Organizations, Susan D. Baker, Christopher J. Mathis, and Susan Stites-Doe

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eTextbook Exploration: Are Students Ready to Declare Their Independence From the Printed Text?, Patricia E. Maxwell, Jennifer J. Little, and Susan Stites-Doe

Submissions from 2010

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Is the Put Option in U.S. Structured Bonds Good for Both Bondholders and Stockholders?, Manish Tewari and Pradipkumar Ramanlal

Submissions from 2009

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Process Variation: Demonstrating Responsibility, Jane B. Romal and Michael J. Braunscheidel

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Managing a Retirement Portfolio: Do Annuities Provide More Safety?, John J. Spitzer

Submissions from 2008

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What influences salary: A study of MIS faculty job offers, M. Pamela Neely, Thomas Tribunella, Zhi Tang, and Clyde Elrikur Hull

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Use of Humor as a Pedagogical Tool for Accounting Education, Jane B. Romal

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Retirement Withdrawals: an Analysis of the Benefits of Periodic “Midcourse” Adjustments, John J. Spitzer

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Shortfall Risk of Target-date Funds During Retirement, John J. Spitzer and Sandeep Singh

Submissions from 2007

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An Analysis Of The Determinants Of MIS Faculty Salary Offers, Thomas Tribunella, M. Pamela Neely, and Clyde Elrikur Hull

Submissions from 2006

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Delaying Social Security Payments: A Bootstrap, John J. Spitzer

Submissions from 2005

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Incentives for monitors; director stock-based compensation and firm performance, James J. Cordeiro, Rajaram Veliyath, and Donald O. Neubaum

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Academic And Practitioner Interests Regarding Emerging Technologies In Accounting, Thomas J. Tribunella, M. Pamela Neely, and Heidi R. Tribunella

Submissions from 2001

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Do EVA ™ Adopters Outperform their Industry Peers? Evidence from Security Analyst Earnings Forecasts, James J. Cordeiro and D. Donald Kent Jr.

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The Fallacy of Cookie Cutter Asset Allocation: Some Evidence from 'New York's College Savings Program', John J. Spitzer and Sandeep Singh

Submissions from 1999

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An Empirical Assessment Of The Determinants Of Bank Branch Manager Compensation, Susan Stites-Doe and James J. Cordeiro

Submissions from 1998

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The Office Makes a Difference: An Exercise on the Politics of Office Space, Susan Stites-Doe, Melissa L. Waite, and Rajnandini Pillai

Submissions from 1997

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The Impact of Women Managers on Firm Performance: Evidence from Large U.S. Firms, James J. Cordeiro and Susan Stites-Doe