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Annual Report Highlights

The faculty of the School of Management continues their deep involvement in generating new knowledge and innovative ideas regarding the broad domain of management and its several sub-disciplines. School of Management faculty held 38 positions as editors, associate editors and/or editorial board members for journals over the past year. Collectively, the faculty published 51 articles in professional and scientific journals during 2012. The articles listed in this section are published in the most prestigious journals in the various management sub-disciplines.

Accounting and Law

Kwak, B., Ro, B., & Suk, I. (2012). The composition of top management with general counsel and voluntary information disclosure. Journal of Accounting and Economics 54, 19-41. 

Management Science and Systems 

Chen, R., Sharman, R., Rao, H. R., & Upadhyaya, S. J. (2013). Data model development for fire related extreme events. MIS Quarterly 37, 125-147.

Oh, O., Agrawal, M., & Rao, H. R. (2013). Community intelligence and social media services: a rumor theoretic analysis of tweets during social crises. MIS Quarterly 37, 407-426.


Sridhar, K., Bezawada, R., & Trivedi, M. (2012). Investigating the drivers of consumer cross category learning for new products using multiple data sets. Marketing Science 31, 668-688.

Operation Management and Strategy

Li, Y. & Zahra, S. (2012). Formal institutions, culture, and venture capital activity: a cross-country analysis. Journal of Business Venturing 27, 95-111. 

Organization and Human Resources

DeCelles, K. A., Tesluk, P. E., & Taxman, F. (2013). A field investigation of multilevel cynicism toward change. Organization Science 24, 154-171.

Farh, C., Seo, M., & Tesluk, P. E. (2012). Emotional intelligence, teamwork effectiveness, and job performance: The moderating role of job context. Journal of Applied Psychology 87, 890-900.

Seo, M., Hill, S., Taylor, S. T., Tesluk, P. E., & Lorinkova, N. (2012). The role of affect and leadership during long-term organizational change. Personnel Psychology 65, 121-165.