Faculty Scholarship

The College of Business faculty members have had the following works published in the 2015-2016 academic year:

Note: this page is in the process of being updated.

 

Paul Byrnes
Assistant Professor
Accounting
pbyrnes@nmu.edu
(906) 227-1247

 

Case

Elder de Aquino, C., Miyaki, E., Sigolo, N., Vasarhelyi, M., & Byrnes, P. (2015). Increasing Audit Efficiency Through Continuous Branch KPI Monitoring. In Audit Analytics and Continuous Audit: Looking Toward the Future (pp. 169-173). New York: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Inc.

Book Chapters

Byrnes, P., Brennan, G., Vasarhelyi, M. Moon, D. & Ghosh, S. (2015). Managing Risk and the Audit Process in a World of Instantaneous Change. In Audit Analytics and Continuous Audit: Looking Toward the Future (pp. 129-143). New York: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Inc. 

Byrnes, P., Criste, T., Stewart, T., & Vasarhelyi, M. (2015). Reimagining Auditing in a Wired World. In Audit Analytics and Continuous Audit: Looking Toward the Future (pp.87-103). New York: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Inc. 

Byrnes, P., Al-Awadhi, A., Gullvist B., Brown-Liburd, H. & Teeter, R. (2015). Evolution of Auditing: From the Traditional Approach to the Future Audit. In Audit Analytics and Continuous Audit: Looking Toward the Future (pp. 71-85). New York: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Inc. 

Byrnes, P., Ames, B. & Vasarhelyi, M. (2015). The Current State of Continuous Auditing and Continuous Monitoring. In Audit Analytics and Continuous Audit: Looking Toward the Future (pp. 53-70). New York: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Inc. 

 

Michael Crum
Assistant Professor
Management
mcrum@nmu.edu
(906) 227-2895

Publications
Crum, M.D. & Gohmann, S. (2016). The Impact of Taxes and Regulations on Firm Births and Deaths in State Border Counties. Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy. 5(1) pp. 25-37.

Crum, M.D. & Nelson, T. (2015). Stabilizing Institutions for New Venture Investment Decisions. Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy. 9 (4) pp. 344-360. 

Crum, M.D. (2015). Political Conservatism Among the Self-Employed? Evidence from the World Values Survey. International Journal of Entrepreneurship. 19 (2) pp. 152-166.

Crum, M.D. (2015). A Taxonomy of Highly Developed Countries Based Upon Economic Freedom. International Journal of Entrepreneurship. 19 (2) pp. 88-104.

Crum, M.D., Chen Y. (2015). Self-Employment and Subjective Well Being: A Multi-Country Analysis. International Journal of Entrepreneurship. 19 (1). pp. 15-28.

Crum, M.D., Sherony, B. & Rayome, D. (2015) Human Capital and Self Employment: The Moderating Effect of Economic FreedomInternational Journal of Entrepreneurship. 19 (1) pp. 1-14.

 

Claudia Hart
Professor
Management
clhart@nmu.edu
(906) 227-1496

Publication

Hart, C., Vroman, M. & Stulz, K. (2015). Experiential, Collaborative and Team Projects: Communication Audits in the MBA Communication Course. American Journal of Business Education. 8(4) pp. 289-306. 

 

Madison Ngafeeson
Assistant Professor
Computer Information Systems
mngafees@nmu.edu
(906) 227-2699

Publications

Ngafeeson, M.N. & Sun, J. (2015). The Effects of Technology Innovativeness and System Exposure on Student Acceptance of E-textbooks. Journal of Information Technology Education Research. 14(55) pp. 56-71.

Ngafeeson, M.N. & Sun, J. (2015). E-Book Acceptance Among Undergraduate Students: A look at the Moderating Role of Technology Innovativeness. International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies. 10(3) pp. 37-52.

Book Chapters

Ngafeeson, M. (2015). Healthcare Information Systems: Opportunities and Challenges. In Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology (3rd  Edition). (pp. 3387-3395). Hershey, PA. Mehdi Khosrow-Pour. 

 

Charles Rayhorn
Professor
Finance
crayhorn@nmu.edu
(906) 227-1839

Publications

Rayhorn, C.R. (2016). Stocks, Bonds, Bills and Long-Run Returns for Retirement Portfolios. Journal of Accounting and Finance. 16(1) pp.104-112.

Rayhorn, C.R. (2015). Long-Run Returns for Retirement Portfolios Using Different Ibbotson Portfolios. ASBBS E-Journal. 11(1) pp. 104-113.
 

David Rayome
Dean
drayome@nmu.edu
(906) 227-2947

Publications

Manzi, J. A. & Rayome, D. L. (2016). Investing in High Risk-Return Mutual Funds: Is It Worth The Risk. Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences. 28(1) pp. 90-97. 

Crum, M. D., Sherony, B., & Rayome, D. (2015).  Human Capital and Self Employment: The Moderating Effect of Economic Freedom. International Journal of Entrepreneurship. 19 (1) pp. 1-14.

 

Gary Stark
Associate Professor
Management
gstark@nmu.edu
(906) 227-1244

Publication

Stark, G. (2016). Individual Differences in Feedback Seeking Behavior. Counterintuitive Results Concerning Tolerance of AmbiguityInternational Journal of Business Administration. 7(2) pp. 33-42.

 

Karin Stulz
Assistant Professor
Associate Degree Programs
kstulz@nmu.edu
(906) 227-1500

Publication

Hart, C., Vroman, M. & Stulz, K. (2015). Experiential, Collaborative and Team Projects: Communication Audits in the MBA Communication Course. American Journal of Business Education. 8(4) pp. 289-306.

 

Margo Vroman
Assistant Professor
Management
mvroman@nmu.edu
(906) 227-1865

Publication 

​Hart, C., Vroman, M. & Stulz, K. (2015). Experiential, Collaborative and Team Projects: Communication Audits in the MBA Communication Course. American Journal of Business Education. 8(4) pp. 289-306. 

 

George Wilson
Assistant Professor
Accounting
gewilson@nmu.edu
(906) 227-2597

Publication

Wilson, G. (2016). Using Cost Behavior to Make Optimal Business Decisions: The Case of Air Land Transport, Inc. Journal of Business Cases and Applications. 15

Wilson, G. (2015). The Effects of Real Earnings Management on the Information Content of Earnings. AABRI Journal of Finance and Accountancy. March, 19, pp. 89-95.
 

Haibo Yao
Assistant Professor
Finance
hyao@nmu.edu
(906) 227-2910

Publication

Yao, H., Deng, Y. Munn, I. & Coble, K. (2015). Willingness-to-Pay for Potential Standing Timber Insurance. Journal of Agriculture and Applied Economics. 47 (4) pp. 510-538.

 

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