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Accounting and Law

Hamlen, S., and Largay J. (2005). Has SFAS 133 made derivations reporting more transparent? A look at the Dow-Jones 30. Journal of Derivatives Accounting, 2, 215-230.

Huefner, R.J., Largay, J. A. III, and Hamlen, S. S.(2005). Advanced Financial Accounting, Ninth Edition, Thomson Learning, 1097. Supplements prepared by the authors (Solutions Manual, Web Site)

Kim, M., Bartov, E., and Goldberg, S. (2005). Comparative value relevance among German, U.S. and international accounting standards: A German stock market perspective. Journal of Accounting Auditing and Finance, 20, 95-119.

Kim M., and Kross, W. (2005). The Ability of earnings to predict future operating cash flows has been increasing-not decreasing. Journal of Accounting Research, 43, 753-15.

Finance and Managerial Economics

Chan S.H., Kim, K.A., and Rhee. S.G. (2005). Price limit performance: Evidence from transactions data and the limit order book. Journal of Empirical Finance, 12, 269-290.

Chen, G.M., Kim, K.A., and Rui, O.M. (2005). A note on price limit performance: The case of illiquid stocks. Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 13, 81-92.

Cho, D.D., Wu, C.S., Lin, J.L., and Tiao, G.C. (2005). Is money demand in Taiwan stable? Economic Modelling, 22, 327 – 346.

Chung, K.H., and Cho, S. (2005). Security analysis and market making. Journal of Financial Intermediation, 14, 114-141.

Chung, K.H., and Kim, Y., (2005). The dynamics of dealer markets and trading costs. Journal of Banking and Finance, 29, 3041-3059.

Chung, K.H., Kim, K.A., and Kitsabunnarat, P. (2005). Liquidity and quote clustering in a market with multiple tick sizes. Journal of Financial Research, 28, 177-195.

Chung, K.H., Li, M., and McInish, T. (2005). Information-based trading, price impact of trades, and trade autocorrelation. Journal of Banking and Finance, 29, 1645-1669.

Chung, K.H., Li, M., and Yu, L. (2005). Assets in place, growth opportunities, and IPO returns. Financial Management, 34, 65-88.

Chung, K.H., and Shin, J. (2005). Tick size and trading costs on the Korea stock exchange. Asia-pacific Journal of Financial Studies, 34, 165-193.

Ehrlich, I., and Kim. J. (2005). Endogenous fertility, longevity, and economic dynamics: Using a Malthusian framework to account for the historical evidence on population and economic growth, forthcoming. Journal of Asian Economics, 15, 789-806.

Kim, K.A. and Nofsinger. J.R . (2005). Institutional herding, business groups, and economic regimes: Evidence from Japan. Journal of Business, 78, 213-242.

Mandell, L. (2005). The connection between saving and financial literacy, Credit Union Magazine, Savingteen Supplement, 71, 8A-10A.

Zheng, S.X., Ogden, J.P., and Jen, F.C. (2005). Pursuing value through liquidity in IPOs: underpricing, share retention, lockup, and trading volume relationships. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 25, 293.

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Management Science and Systems

Agrawal, M., Hariharan, G., Kishore, R., and Rao, H. R. (2005). Matching intermediaries for information goods in the presence of direct search: An examination of switching costs and obsolescence of information. Decision Support Systems, 41, 20-36.

Bannerji, S., Kang, H., Bagchi-Sen, S., and Rao, H.R. (2005). Gender divide in the use of the internet applications. Second Issue of the International Journal of E-Business Research (IJEBR), 1, 24-39.

Banerjee , S. and Rao H. R. (2005). Managing Outsourcing Data Security Risks for Financial Institutions. Financial Services Outsourcing, 16-22.

Chen, H., Raghu, T. S., Ramesh, R., Vinze, A., and Zeng, D., (Eds.). (2005). Annals of national security research: Technological, organizational and policy perspectives. Netherlands: Elsevier.

Garrity, E.J., Glassberg, B., Kim, Y.J., Sanders, L.G., and Shin, S.K. (2005). An experimental investigation of electronic commerce success factors for web-based information systems. Decision Support Systems, 39, 485-503.

Kang, H., Bachi-Sen, S., Rao, H.R., and Bannerjee, S. (2005). Internet Skeptics: An Analysis of Intermittent Users and Net-Dropouts. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 24, 26-31.

Kim, Y., Kishore, R., and Sanders, G. L. (2005). From DQ to EQ: Understanding data quality in the context of e-business systems. Communications of the ACM, 48, 75-81.

Kishore, R., Agrawal, M., and Rao, H. R. (2005). Determinants of information technology sourcing during technology growth and maturity: an empirical study of e-commerce sourcing. Journal of Management Information Systems, 21, 47-82.

Kishore, R., Sharman, R., and Ramesh, R., (Eds.). (2005). Ontologies in the context of information system. Boston: MA. Springer-Verlag.

Lee J. K., Upadhyaya S., Rao H. R., and R. Sharman. (2005). Secure knowledge management and the semantic web. Communications of the ACM, 48, 48-55.

Raghu, T. S., Ramesh, R., and Whinston, A. B. (2005). Addressing the Homeland Security Problem: A Collaborative Decision Making Framework. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), 56, 310-324.

Ramesh, R. and Kishore, R., (Eds.). (2005). Ontologies in the Context of Information Systems. Special issue Journal of AIS.

Ryu, C., Kim, Y.J., Chaudhury, A., and Rao, H.R. (2005). Knowledge acquisition via three learning processes in enterprise information portals: Learning-by-investment, Learning-by-doing, and Learning-from-others. MIS Quarterly. 29, 245-278.

Shao, B. M., and Rao, H. R. (2005). A Parallel Hypercube Algorithm for discrete resource allocation, IEEE SMC (Part A).

Vroblefski, M., Ramesh, R., and Zionts, S.. (2005). A unified framework for the approximation of general telecommunication networks. European Journal of Operational Research, 163, 482-502.

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Gulyani, S., Talukdar, D., and Kariuki, R.M. (2005). Universal (Non)Service? Water markets, household demand and the poor in urban Kenya. Urban Studies, 42 , 1247-1274.

Talukdar, D., Gulyani S., and Salmen, L.F. (2005). Customer-Orientation in the context of socio-economic development projects: Insights from the World Bank. Journal of Public Policy and Marketing, 24, 100-111.

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Operations Management and Strategy

Lin, W. T. (2005). Currency forecasting based on an error component-seemingly unrelated nonlinear regression model. Journal of Forecasting, 24, 593-605.

Reuer, J.J., and Tong, T.W. (2005). Real options in international joint ventures. Journal of Management, 31, 403-423.

Simpson, N.C., and Erenguc, S.S. (2005). Modeling multiple stage manufacturing systems with generalized cost and capacity issues, Naval Research Logistics, 52, 560-570.

Slomp, J., Chowdary, B. V., and Suresh, N.C. (2005). Design of virtual manufacturing cells: A mathematical programming approach. Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, 21, 273-288.

Slomp, J., and Suresh, N.C. (2005). The shift team formation problem in multi-shift manufacturing operations. European Journal of Operational Research, 165, 708-728.

Suresh, N.C., and Slomp, J. (2005). Performance comparison of virtual cellular manufacturing with functional and cellular layouts in DRC settings, International Journal of Production Research, 43, 945-979.

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Organization and Human Resources

Balkundi, P., and Kilduff, M. (2005). The ties that lead: A social network approach to leadership. Leadership Quarterly, 16, 941-961.

Dansereau, F., and Yammarino, F. (2005). Multi-level issues in strategy and methods. (Research in Multilevel Issues (Volume 4)). Amsterdam: JAI Press / Elsevier.

Huselid, M.A., Becker, B.E., and Beatty, D. (2005). The workforce scorecard: Managing human capital to execute strategy. Boston, MA, (Harvard Business School Press).

Huselid, M., Beatty, R.W., and Becker, B.E. (2005). A players or a positions? The strategic logic of workforce management. Harvard Business Review, 83, 110-117.

Milkovich, G.T., and Newman, J.M. (2005). Compensation (8th ed.).Homewood, IL: Irwin.

Yammarino, F., Dionne, S., Chun, J., and Dansereau, F. (2005). Leadership and levels of analysis: A state-of-the-science review. Leadership Quarterly, 16, 879-919.

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