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Breffle, W. S., Morey, E. R., Thacher, J. (2011). “A joint latent-class model: combining Likert-scale preference statements with choice data to harvest preference heterogeneity” in Environmental and Resource Economics (Vol. 50, pp. 83–110).

Watrous, L. M., Buche, M. W., Keith, J. M., Bagley, S. T. (2011). “ADVANCE: An investigation of the representation of female faculty candidates at Michigan Technological University,” Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Conference.

Cassou, S. P., and de Oliveira, E. X. (2011). “Barriers to Technological Adoption in Spain and Portugal” in Portuguese Economic Journal (Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 189–209).

Goltz, S. M. (2011). “Spiritual power: The internal, renewable social power source” in Journal of Management Spirituality and Religion (Vol. 8, pp. 341–63).

Hong, S. (2011), “Consumption of Extremity: Cultural Proliferation of Hyper-Authenticity and the Corollary,” Proceedings of the Academy of Marketing Science Conference.

Ocker, R., Huang, H., Benbunan-Fich, R., Hiltz, S. R. (2011). “Leadership Dynamics in Partially Distributed Teams: An Exploratory Study of the Effects of Configuration and Distance” in Group Decision and Negotiation (Vol. 20, No. 3, pp. 273–92).

Techatassanasoontorn, A., Huang, H., Juntiwasarakij, S., Trauth, E. M. (2011). “Analyzing ICT and Development: Thailand’s Path to the Information Economy” in Journal of Global Information Management (Vol. 19, No 1, pp. 1–29)

Johnson, D. M. (2011). “Teaching Effectiveness as Measured by Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET): An Empirical Study" in International Journal of Information and Operations Management Education (Vol. 4, No. 3/4, pp. 212–28).

Min, J., Mishra, D. P. (2011). “Promoting the Provider Performance in Service B2B Relationships,” Proceedings of the Society for Marketing Advances.

Min, J., Dalman, D. M., Lim, T. E. (2011). “Issues in Tech-Attributes in New Product Concept Evaluation: De-Biasing Effects of Choice Based Conjoint,” Association of Collegiate Marketing Educators.

Dalman, M. D., Min, J., Segal, M. (2011). “Trivial Attributes in Service Context: Preliminary Findings,” The Annual MBAA International Conference.

Levie, J., Pathak, S. (2011). “Consumer Receptivity To Innovations: Individual, Peer-group And Country-level Effects”Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, 2012.

Qi, H. (2011). “Value and Capacity of Tax Shields: An Analysis of the Slicing Approach” in The Journal of Banking and Finance (Vol. 35, No. 1, pp. 166–73).

McCullough, B. D., Radson, D. J. (2011). “Analyzing Student Evaluations of Teaching: Comparing Means and Proportions” in Evaluation and Research in Education (Vol. 24, No. 3, pp. 183–202).

Goltz, S. M., Hietapelto, A. (2011). “Teaching Across Management Disciplines with Board Games,” Proceedings of the 38th Annual Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference.

Johnson, D. M., Graman, G. A. (2011). “Modeling the Operations Strategy for Outsourcing of Non-core Operations in Institutions of Higher Education,” Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute 42nd Annual Meeting.

Hong, S., Wang, Y. J. (2011). “Invested Loyalty: The Impact Of Ubiquitous Technology On The Current Loyalty Paradigm And The Potential Revolution” in Journal of Strategic Marketing (Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 187–204).

Hong, S. (2011), “Skating Dialectics and Flipping Genealogy” in Research in Consumer Behavior (Vol. 13, pp. 163–84).

Zhang, F., Johnson, D. M., Sutherland, J. W. (2011). “A GIS-Based Method for Identifying the Optimal Location for a Facility to Convert Forest Biomass to Biofuel” in Biomass and Bioenergy (Vol. 35, No. 9, pp. 3951–61).

Johnson, D. M., Halvorsen, K. E., Solomon, B. D. (2011). “Upper Midwestern U. S. Consumers and Ethanol: Knowledge, Beliefs and Consumption” in Biomass and Bioenergy(Vol. 35, No. 4, pp. 1454–64).

Zhang, F., Johnson, M. A., Johnson, D. M.. Sutherland, J. W. (2011). “Development of a Biomass Supply Chain for Biofuel,” Proceedings of the 2011 Industrial Engineering Research Conference.

Zhang, F., Johnson, D. M., Sutherland, J. W. (2011). “Sustainable Mobility via a Biomass Supply Chain for Biofuel Production,” Proceedings of the 2011 Industrial Engineering Research Conference.

Pathak, S., Goltz, S., Buche, M.  (2011). “Gendered Institutions And Women’s Entrepreneurship Across Nations”, Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, 2012

Pathak, S. (2011). “National Culture and Persistence in Entrepreneurship”, Academy of International Business – South East Chapter Conference, 2011

Autio, E., Pathak, S. (2011). “Intellectual Property Protection and the Innovativeness of Entrepreneurs”, Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Research Conference, 2011

Pelc, K. (2011). “Global Brain: A Dual Metaphor” in Transformations (Vol. 2010/2011, No. 3/4 (66–67), pp. 32–49)

Srivastava, M. K., Gnyawali, D. R., Hatfield, D. E. (2011). “Lost in Your World? Role of Behavioral Orientation in Leveraging Alliance Portfolio Resources for Innovation,” Academy of Management.

Francis, B., Hasan, I., John, K., Song, L. (2011). “Corporate Governance and Dividend Payout Policy: A Test Using Anti-takeover Legislation” in Financial Management (Vol. 40, No. 1, pp. 83–112).

Wang, Y. J., Hong, S.Wei, J. (2011), “Incorporating Web Aesthetics into e-Tail Web Atmospherics Research: An Evaluation of Multiple Frameworks” in International Journal of Electronic Marketing and Retailing (Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 80–99).

Hong, S. (2011), “Liberating Stigmatized Consumption  Practices,” Proceedings of the American Marketing Association Conference.

Hong, S. (2011), “Forget Negotiation: The Non-dialectical Model of Identity Project by Extreme Sports Participants,” Advances in Consumer Research-North American Conference Proceedings.

Hong, S. (2011), “Iconoclasm, Autotelicity, Narcissism, and Cool beyond Distinction,” Advances in Consumer Research-North American Conference Proceedings.

Zhang, F., Handler, R., Johnson, D. M., Shonnard, D. R. (2011). “Comparative Analysis of Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions on Supply Chains for Biofuel and Fossil Fuel Production,” Proceedings of the 2011 Production and Operations Management Society (POMS) Conference.

Johnson, D. M. (2011).”Integrating Sustainability Through Application and Research in a Graduate OM Course,” Proceedings of the 2011 Production and Operations Management Society (POMS) Conference.

Gale, J. R., Johnson, D. L. (2011). “Top Income Tax Rates and Economic Growth,” Proceedings from the Academy of Finance

Santerre, R. E., Lafrancois, B. A., Bates, L. J. (2011). “An Empirical Study of the Consolidation of Local Public Health Services in Connecticut” in Public Choice (Vol. 147, No. 1-2 #, pp. 107–21).

Pelc, K., Hosni, Y. (2011). “Multiple Perspectives on Global Innovation Networks” in Technology and the Global Challenges: Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Management of Technology IAMOT 2011.

Poonamallee, L. C. (2011). “Transforming Realities: Reclamation of the Sacred as a source of Generative Capacities: a new theory of organizational change” in Journal of Management Inquiry (Vol. 20, No. 3, pp. 242–62).

Poonamallee, L. C., Huxham, C., Hearne, P. (2011). “Leader, Participant, Beneficiary or Partner? Examination of Leadership Dynamics in a Collaborative Inter-organizational Initiative,” Multiple Organizational Partnerships and Networks.

Poonamallee, L. C. (2011). “Corporate Citizenship: Panacea or Problem?—The Complicated Case of Hindustan Unilever,” Eastern Academy of Management—International.

Srivastava, M. K., Gnyawali, D. R. (2011). “When Do Relational Resources Matter? Leveraging Portfolio Technological Resources for Breakthrough Innovation” in Academy of Management Journal(Vol. 54, No. 4, pp. 797–810).

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