This is the 2010 annual report for research in the School of Management. The intellectual output by our faculty is described in more detail in other sections of the report. Even a quick examination of some of the highlights of the year below indicates that our faculty continues to be deeply involved in creating new knowledge and innovative ideas about management.
Fifty-one articles were published by School of Management faculty in professional and scientific journals during the year.
The School of Management faculty served on the editorial review boards of more than 35 professional and scientific journals during the year.
The following articles below are appeared in the top business journals listed in the UT/Dallas journal list and in leading journals in the field of Economics and Psychology:
Xu, W. (2010). Do management earnings forecasts incorporate information in accruals? Journal of Accounting and Economics, 49, 227-246.
Jarrow, R., Li., H., Liu, S., & Wu., C. (2010). Reduced-form valuation of callable corporate bonds: theory and evidence. Journal of Financial Economics, 95, 227-248.
Ehrlich, I. (2010). The role of human capital in imperfectly informed international financial markets. American Economic Review, 100, 244-49.
Lakshmanan, A., Lindsey, C., & Krishnan, H. S. (2010). Practice makes perfect? When does massed learning improve product usage proficiency. Journal of Consumer Research, 37, 599-613.
Wiles, M. A., Jain, S. P., Mishra, S., & Lindsey, C. (2010). Stock market response to regulatory reports of deceptive advertising: The moderating effect of omission bias and firm reputation. Marketing Science, 29, 828-846.
Li, J., & Li, Y. (2010). Flexibility versus Commitment: MNEs’ Ownership Strategy in China. Journal of International Business Studies, 41, 1550–1571.
Galvin, B., Balkundi, P., Waldman, D. (2010). Spreading the word: The role of surrogates in charismatic leadership processes. Academy of Management Review, 35, 477- 494.