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Recent Submissions

  • Nurturing the Field of Management Learning and Education Research 

    Bento, Regina; Asarta, Carlos; Hwang, Alvin; Arbaugh, Ben; Fornaciari, Charles; Dean, Kathy (Research in Management Learning & Education, 2017)
    Research in Management Learning and Education (RMLE) has experienced considerable growth over the past decade and its legitimacy has been extensively explored (e.g., Arbaugh, 2008;; Armstrong & Fukami, 2009; Beatty & Leigh, ...
  • "From Laurels to Learners: Leadership with Virtue" 

    Antonacopoulou, Elena; Bento, Regina (Journal of Management Development **Found at The University of Liverpool Repository**, 2019-01-09)
    The purpose of this paper is to present a new approach to leadership development founded on the principle of the Leader-as-Learner: a reflective human who pursues the 4C – virtues of courage, commitment, confidence and ...
  • Mobile Ubiquity: Understanding the Relationship between Cognitive Absorption, Smartphone Addiction and Social Network Services 

    Barnes, Stuart; Pressey, Andrew; Scornavacca, Eusebio (Computers in Human Behavior, 2019-01)
    The purpose of the present study is to examine the differences between user addiction to smartphone devices versus addiction to social network services (SNS), and the role of user perceptions. While a growing corpus of ...
  • The Virtuous Discourse of Adam Smith: A Liberal Regard for Prevailing Prejudice 

    Clark, Michael (George Mason University, 2011-03)
    Recent academic work has attempted to change the interpretation of Adam Smith from the founder of free-market economics to ab proponent of something much more akin to the modern welfare state. This paper will attempt to ...
  • Adam Smith’s Approach to Public Policy: Astounding Deviation or Artful Moderation? 

    Clark, Michael (SSRN, 2010-12-01)
    Recent academic work has attempted to change the interpretation of Adam Smith from the founder of free market economics to a proponent of something much more akin to the modern welfare state. In a well known article Jacob ...
  • Boomer Entrepreneurs: Age and Type 

    Zhang, Ting; Acs, Zoltan (American Economic Association, 2018-01-05)
    This study extends the occupational choice model to explore age effects for eight different types of boomer entrepreneurs. The empirical study relies on monthly Current Population Survey data across 11 years (2006-2016). ...
  • Welfare to Work Propensities: Administrative Record Evidence 

    Zhang, Ting; Gerlowski, Dan (American Economic Association, 2010)
    The study examines the role of home-to-new-job-hub distance on employment propensity using a unique dataset compiled from integrated micro-level administrative records of work-eligible welfare recipients and earnings. Our ...
  • Design Studio Exploratory IRB Digital Signature Implementation Project 

    Locke, Kathryn; Walsh, Greg; Owens, Nicholaus (2014-08)
    With a specific project in mind, we explored the implementation of an electronic Institutional Review Board (IRB) application for research involving human subjects, that would also require a user to provide a “digital ...
  • Price Adjustment Lags and Their Asymmetries in Vietnam 

    Pham, Anh; Nguyen, Hoang; Nguyen, Hung (The Anh Pham, 2017-10-19)
    The paper aims to investigate factors that influence the speed of price adjustment in response to shocks by Vietnamese firms using a multivariate ordered probit model with survey data. The results first indicate that whether ...
  • A Forensic Economics Approach to Reparations 

    Morse, Joel; Ross, Jetaime (The Baltimore Sun, 2018-01-06)
    "House of Representatives Bill 40, introduced three years ago as of Wednesday — back when Freddie Gray was still alive in Baltimore and a Donald Trump presidency seemed implausible — suggests that reparations should be ...
  • A Case Study of the Implementation of Staff Training Aimed at Reducing Rearrest (STARR) 

    Clodfelter, Tammatha; Holcomb, Jefferson; Alexander, Melissa; Marcum, Catherine; Richards, Tara (United States Courts, 2016-06)
    Research on evidence-based correctional practices notes the critical importance of program implementation in assessing program effectiveness. In this article, the authors describe the implementation of a training program ...
  • The RVAAM Alumni Academy Forum: Quarterly Newsletter 

    Bradley, Debbie; Lee, Michelle; Gethers, Keith; Fundack, Ashley; Pfeifer, Heather; Roper Victim Assistance Academy of Maryland (Roper Victim Assistance Academy of Maryland, 2013-10)
    The fall season is upon us, and with that comes the hectic time of year for those of you with school-aged children. Every day we grapple with a balancing act between the demands of work and home, both of which take up our ...
  • The RVAAM Alumni Academy Forum: Quarterly Newsletter 

    Bradley, Debbie; Lee, Michelle; Gethers, Keith; Fundack, Ashley; Pfeifer, Heather; Ropers Victim Assistance Academy of Maryland (Roper Victim Assistance Academy of Maryland, 2014-01)
    Greetings Alumni! It has been one crazy winter so far, and I for one can only hope Spring shows up soon.I have some pretty exciting news to share - the VSPN is revamping and getting back into the momentum, so please watch ...
  • The RVAAM Alumni Academy Forum: Quarterly Newsletter 

    Bradley, Debbie; Lee, Michelle; Gethers, Keith; Fundack, Ashley; Pfiefer, Heather (Roper Victim Assistance Academy of Maryland, 2014-04)
    Happy Spring Alumni!! After the long winter we have all endured this year, I’m sure you all are just as excited as I am to see the trees beginning to bloom, the flowers beginning to poke up through the earth, and to feel ...
  • An updated assessment of personal protective order statutes in the United States: Have statutes become more progressive in the past decade? 

    Richards, Tara; Tudor, Alison; Gover, Angela (Violence Against Women, 2017-08-21)
    The Personal Protection Order (PPO) is one civil intervention all states provide to victims of domestic violence; however, each state varies widely in who can access PPOs, what protections are included in ...
  • The RVAAM Alumni Academy Forum Quarterly Newsletter 

    Bradley, Debbie; Lee, Michelle; Gethers, Keith; Fundack, Ashley; Pfeifer, Heather (Roper Victim Assistance Academy, 2014-04)
    Happy Spring Alumni!! After the long winter we have all endured this year, I’m sure you all are just as excited as I am to see the trees beginning to bloom, the flowers beginning to poke up through the earth, and to feel ...
  • The RVAAM Alumni Academy Forum Quarterly Newsletter 

    Bradley, Debbie; Lee, Michelle; Gethers, Keith; Fundack, Ashley; Pfeifer, Heather (Roper Victim Assistance Academy, 2014-07)
    Hello Alumni!! It is with great pleasure that I welcome yet another class into our ever growing circle! This year’s Academy class had such a wonderful week - so much learned and so many great friendships formed. I just ...
  • The RVAAM Alumni Academy Forum Quarterly Newsletter 

    Bradley, Debbie; Pfeifer, Heather (Roper Victim Assistance Academy, 2014-10)
    Can you believe summer is already a thing of the past! It was such a cool summer, it kind of felt like we were dealing with fall already. But I do so love the fall colors, opening up my windows and smelling the autumn air! ...
  • The RVAAM Alumni Academy Forum: Quarterly Newsletter 

    Bradley, Debbie; Pfeifer, Heather (Roper Victim Assistance Academy of Maryland, 2015-01)
    Happy New Year Alumni!!Well it is the beginning of yet another year - where did the time go? 2014 seemed to zip by! I can remember years ago when I was just a child, my mother used to say, “Don’t rush your life away, it ...
  • The RVAAM Alumni Academy Forum Quarterly Newsletter April 2015 

    Bradley, Debbie; Lee, Michelle; Gethers, Keith; Fundack, Ashley; Pfeifer, Heather (Roper Victim Assistance Academy of Maryland, 2015-04)
    Spring has finally arrived! It has been such a cold, cloudy winter, the sights and sounds of spring sure are a welcome sight!! Another welcome sight on my calendar is the Academy! Can you believe it is time to start ...

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