2019

Agesa, R. U., & Agesa, J. (2019). Time spent on household chores (fetching water) and the alternatives forgone for women in sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from Kenya. Journal of Developing Areas, 53(2), 29-42.

Alexander, E. C., Mader, D. R.D., Mader, F. H. (2019). Using social media during the hiring process: A comparison between recruiters and job seekers. Journal of Global Scholars of Marketing Science, 29, 78-87.

Ayodele, S., Lawani, U., & Itanrin, S. L. (2019). Imperatives for establishing corporate ethics: Examining national strategic planning and public policy. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 10(10), 1-7.

Baker, C. W. (2019). Abuse prevention or consumer protection: Trends in consumer bankruptcy filings and state-level wage garnishment exemptions post-BAPCPA. Business & Bankrupty Law Journal, 6, 1.

Baker, C. W. (2019). Marijuana’s continuing illegality and investors’ securities fraud problem: The doctrines of Unclean Hands and In Pari Delicto. Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship, and the Law, 12(1/4), 93-118.

Bakhamis, L., Paul, D., Smith, H., & Coustasse-Hencke, A. M. (2019). Still an epidemic: The burnout syndrome in hospital nurses. Health Care Manager, 38(1), 3-10.

Carnes, A. M., Knotts, K., Munyon, T., Heames, J., Houghton, J. (in press). Think fast: The role of thin slices of behavior in employee selection decisions. International Journal of Selection and Assessment.

Coustasse-Hencke, A. M. (2019). The scope of teledermatology enhancing dermatological access in rural areas: A literature review. Telemedicine and eHealth Journal.

Coustasse-Hencke, A. M., & Kimble, C. (2019). The 340B program, contract pharmacies, hospitals, and patients: An evolving relationship impacting health care delivery. The Health Care Manager, 38(4:October), 311-321.

Emmett, D. C. (2019). Supply chains in healthcare organizations: Lessons learned from recent shortages. Hospital Topics,97(4), 133-138.

Gerlach, J., Fink, M., Abodunde, B., Sollosy, M. D., & Coustasse-Hencke, A. M. (2019). Rethinking the obvious: Time for new ideas on medical malpractice tort reform. Health Care Manager, 38(2), 109-115.

Capehart, R. C., Wallace, T., & Keener, III, R. (2019). State hospitals. Public Policy Quarterly, January, 16.

Eng, B., McKinney, R. E., & Rogner, I. (2019). Partnering with corporate entrepreneurs on an experiential design thinking project. Business Education Innovation Journal, 11(1), 252-258.

Eng, B., McKinney, R. E., & Shao, L. P. (2019). The impact of intervention measures on sexual harassment in the film and television industry. Journal of International Management Studies, 19, 5-10.

Kelley, E., Lipscomb, R., Valdez, J., Patil, N., & Coustasse, A. (2019). Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act and rural hospitals. The Health Care Manager, 38(3), 197-205.

Lanham, S. H. (2019). Analyzing big data with Benford’s law: A lesson for the classroom. American Journal of Business , 12(2), 33-42.

Lankton, N., Stivason, C., & Gurung, A. (2019). Information protection behaviors: Morality and organizational criticality. Information and Computer Security, 27(3), 468-488.

Lawani, U. (2019). An Analysis of Job Application Method Preference: Comparing online and Traditional Recruitment System. Pan Journal of Business Research, 10(1), 23-31.

Lawani, U. (2019). The strategic imperative for citizen involvement in wealth creation: The context of Africa as a developing continent. Journal of International Business Disciplines, 14(2), 22-37.

McCutcheon, R. S. (2019). An editorial on academic freedom to preserve liberty in teaching. Advances in Economics and business, 7(6),109-114.

McCutcheon, R. S., McCoy, D.O., L. (2019). Physician-to-patient direct primary care: Entrepreneurial country doctors offer a new medical business model. Advances in Economics and business, 7(4),152 – 161.

McInerney, M., & Sollosy, M. D. (2019). Integrating artificial intelligence into traditional university business management programs. In A. Stachowicz-Stanusch, & W. Amann (Eds.). Artificial Intelligence and its Impact on Business, Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

McKinney, R. E., Eng, B.N., and York, O. (2019). Rapid experimentation: The Silicon Valley method of success. Sage Research Methods Cases Part 2.

Merino, R., Bowden, N., Katamneni, S., & Coustasse, A. M. (2019). The opioid epidemic in West Virginia. Health Care Manager, 38(2), 187-195.

Mosrie, N., Lankton, N. K. (2019). Opinion: FASB proposal jeopardizes health care entity financing. Journal of Accountancy.

Mukherjee, A., & Nunez, R. (2019). Doing well by doing good: Can voluntary CSR reporting enhance financial performance? Journal of Indian Business Research, 11(2) , 100-119.

Ruley, M., & Coustasse-Hencke, A. M. (2019). Prenatal opioid maintenance in the U.S. and its effect on Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: The case of West Virginia’s opioid epidemic. Health Care Manager, 8(3),258-266.

Sollosy, M. D., Guidice, R. M., & Parboteeah, K. P. (2019). Miles & Snow’s strategic typology redux: An examination through the lens of ambidexterity. International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 27, 925-946.

Walker, V., Lawani, U., & Coustasse-Hencke, A. M. (2019). Provider based billing in the United States: The effect on government reimbursement. International Journal of Healthcare Management.

Wei, S., Ang, T., & Anaza, N. A. (2019). Recovering co-created service failures: The missing link of perceived justice and ethicalness. Journal of Services Marketing, 33(7), 921-935.

Wei, S., Ang, T., & Anaza, N.A. (2019). The power of information on customers’ social withdrawal and citizenship behavior in a crowded service environment. Journal of Service Management, 30(1), 23-47.

Zhang, J.,Onal, S, Das, R., Helminsky, A., & Das, S. (2019). Fulfilment time performance of online retailers – an empirical analysis. International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, 47(5), 493-510.

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