Angelo S. DeNisi, dean and Albert Harry Cohen Chair in Business Administration, contributed “Host Nationals as Socializing Agents: A Social Identity Approach,” co-authored with Soo Min Toh, to Journal of Organizational Behavior, Vol. 25, (April 2007), 281-301. The paper proposed a model to help understand some factors related to the socialization of expatriate managers during overseas assignments.
Thomas Gerace, director of information technology, presented the paper “Decentralized and Centralized IT Support at Tulane University: A Case Study from a Hybrid Model,” co-authored with Raymond Jean and Adam Krob, at the 35th annual ACM SIGUCCS Conference on User Services in Orlando, Fla., October 2007. The paper was subsequently published in the proceedings of the conference.
Jevons Lee, professor of accounting, recently published two papers. With co-authors Jing Li and Xiao Chen, Lee contributed “Government Assisted Earnings Management” to Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, and with co-author Zemin Lu, Lee contributed “Regulation of Insider Trading with Possible Presence of Tippees” to Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting. Lee served as a keynote speaker at the conference Financial Liberalization and Risk Governance in Emerging Asia: One Decade After the Crisis in Taipei, where he delivered the address “Financial Liberalization of Mainland China and Taiwan: The History, the Current Issue, and the Future Prospect.” Lee presented the paper “Frivolous Litigation in Auditing” at the American Accounting Association Annual Conference in Chicago in August 2007, and he served as a keynote speaker at the Fourth International Conference of Finance in Shanghai on Sept. 21, 2007, where he delivered the address “Risk and Future Market in China.”
Bill Reese, clinical professor of finance, was recently recognized as the author of an All-Star Paper by the Journal of Financial Economics. The designation is reserved for papers published in the journal that average more than five citations per year following publication. Reese was recognized for his paper “Protection of Minority Shareholder Interests, Cross-listings in the United States, and Subsequent Equity Offerings,” co-authored with Michael S. Weisbach and originally published in October 2002. The paper was one of only two published in 2002 to receive the “All-Star” designation.
Lin Zhou, assistant professor of accounting, contributed “The Joint Determination of Audit Fees, Non-audit Fees and Abnormal Accruals” co-authored with R. Antle, E. A. Gordon and G. Narayanamoorthy, to Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, November 2006.