Research at the School of Business
The faculty of business hosts an ongoing series of academic research seminars as part of its commitment to scholarship. The seminars are open to all members of the PLU community. Seminar topics (or papers) should be relevant to a business discipline and typically (but are not limited to) original research or a focus on new/unique/interesting research methods.
The research committee encourages speakers from outside the School of Business, with a particular emphasis on cross-disciplinary research, and research that relates to the School of Business mission statement. Contact a member of the research committee to express interest in speaking or leading a seminar.
Title: The Followership of Colin Powell: A Study of the Leader-Follower Paradox
Presenter: Dr. Jeffrey J. Matthews, University of Puget Sound
Day: Friday, May 10th, 2013
Location: Morken #103
Topic: Let’s Talk About Us: An Empirical Examination of Relational Attributions and Employee Reactions to Performance-Related Events
Presenter: Dr. Marion Eberly, University of Washington, Tacoma
Day: Friday, December 7, 2012
Time: 10:20 - 11:15am
Location: Morken #103
Topic: Why did the equity home bias fall during the financial panic of 2008?
Presenter: Matthew Wynter, Ohio State University
Topic: Innovation and Value Creation
Presenter:Dr. Chung Lee
Topic: IPO at Registration
Presenter: Dr. Kevin Boeh
Topic: Business Simulation and Entrepreneurship
Speaker: Dr. Kory Brown, Pacific Lutheran University
Topic:Effect of Induced Entrepreneurial Coherence Goals
Speaker:Dr. Peter Boyle, Central Washington University
Topic: Currency Denomination Decision and the Cost of Capital: Evidence from Global Bonds
Speaker: Bo Han, School of Business, University of Washington
Topic: Essays on Investor Protection and the Impact of Globalization of Capital Markets
Speaker: Fan He, School of Business Administration, University of Connecticut
Topic: Measuring Behavioral Synchrony with Motion Energy Analysis and the Implications for Better Dyadic Outcomes.
Speaker: Dr. Jon Grahe, Psychology Dept
Topic: The bright and dark sides of empowerment: Linking a person-centered model of empowerment and job stressors to proactive and counterproductive work behaviors.
Speaker: Matthew Luth, University of Kansas.
Topic: The Act of Decision Making as a Source of Entrepreneurs’ Unwarranted Confidence
Speaker: Dr. Peter Boyle, Central Washington University
Speaker: Dr. S. Umit Kucuk, Central Washington University
Topic: Contribution Strategies in Collaborative Innovation
Speaker: Dr. Kory Brown
Topic: Hierarchical Linear Modeling Methods and Applications
Speaker: Dr. Steve Samaha
Topic: Bloomberg: A workshop on using Bloomberg data in your research
Speaker: Cody McCormick, Bloomberg L.P.
Topic: Going Public Through the Backdoor: A comparative analysis of SPACs and IPOs
Speaker: Dr. Ufuk Ince, Seattle University
Topic: Customer Perceptions about Ancillary Airline Fees - Mad as Hell or Just Ignorant? First Results of an Empirical Study
Speaker: Dr. Sven Tuzovic
Topic: The effect of social threat on materialistic consumer behavior
Speaker: Eric Levy, U Washington
Topic: "Compensation Option, Managerial Incentives, and Risk Taking in Hedge Funds"
Speakers: Drs. Steven Holland & Ying Li, UW Bothell
Topic: Building a Strong Entrepreneurial Climate: The Role of Formal and Informal Networks
Speaker: Dr. Lynnette Claire, University of Puget Sound
Topic: A Multi-Perspective Analysis of Culture and Technology Management: A Korean Case.
Speaker: Dr. Chung-Shing Lee
Topic: Good comes from bad: Business sustainability and firm behavior.
Speaker: Jacob Massoud
Topic: Do we sell the price discovery short? Relationship between the stock market and option market during 2008 short sale ban.
Speaker: Yen-Ling Chang
Topic: The varying impact of terrorism on investment across political regimes.
Speaker: Martin Wurm, Econ Dept.
Topic: Use of Environmentally Friendly Books in Teaching
Speaker: Dr. Susan Harmon
Topic: Methods for Content Analysis
Speakers: Dr. David Ward, Dr. Janet Mobus