CoBPA Research Presentations
The University of North Dakota College of Business & Public Administration is dedicated to creating and disseminating knowledge. Quality research from our faculty continue to enhance the reputation of the institution.
Our College is committed to continuing and expanding the recognition of faculty for their research and scholarly pursuits. Our research seminar series provides a forum to feature the exceptional research being conducted by our faculty to increase awareness and collaboration amongst our campus community.
Spring research presentations will be conducted by the 2016 CoBPA Summer Research Grant Recipients.
Spring 2017 Research Presentations:
Dec 2 Cullen Goenner Political Ideology and CEO Performance Under Crisis
Dec 16 Wei Yang Relative Gender Scarcity and Marriage Outcomes in China:
The Impact of Mao’s Mass Send-Down Movement.
Jan 13 Matthew Notbohm The Audit Market Effects of Disputing a GAAP-Deficient PCAOB
Jan 27 Seong-Hyun Nam Determining the Optimal Level of Supply Chain Forecast
Coordination with Bidirectional Option Contracts
Feb 10 Chih Ming Tan The Effects of Prenatal Exposure to Temperature Extremes on
Birth Outcomes: The Case of China
March 24 David Hollingworth The moderating effect of Statistical Process Control on the
relationship between Quality Management practices and Data
Analysis in Ethical Decision Making.
March 31 Sean Valentine Ethics Programs, Corporate Ethical Values and Work Attitudes
April 7 Prodosh Simlai Innovations in state variables, risk premia, and expected stock
April 21 Sheila Hanson New ventures and family social capital: The importance of
April 28 Xiao Wang Foreign Direct Investment: The Role of Financial Constraints.
Friday, January 22
Presenter: Chia-Hung Chuang, Management
Topic: "Empirical Examinations of Reverse Supply Chain Management”.
Presenter: Isaac Chang, School of Entrepreneurship
Topic: "Novel Composite Material Development for UAV Antennas through Multidisciplinary Collaboration"
Friday, February 12
Presenter: Dan Biederman, Economics
Topic: "The Financial and Non-Financial Benefits of Education: A Theoretical Approach."
Presenter: David Hollingworth, Management
Topic: "Organizational Ethics, Data Analytics, and Individual Ethical Decision-making: Are they compatible?"
Friday, February 26
Presenter: Patrick Schultz, Management
Topic: "Data-Based Ethical Decision Making, Lateral Relations, and Organizational Commitment: Building Workplace Connections by Operating Ethically."
Presenter: Yanjun Zuo, School of Entrepreneurship
Topic:"Moving Target Defense – Analysis, Strategy, and Methodology."
Friday, April 1
Presenter: Chih Ming Tan, Economics
Topic: "It's No Spring Break in Cancun: The Effects of Exposure to Violence on Risk Preferences, Pro-Social Behavior, and Mental Health in Mexico.”
Presenter: Bo Wood, Political Science & Public Administration
Topic: "Policy Entrepreneurs and Climate Change: Assessing Impacts on Local Migration Policies in the Great Plains."
Friday, April 15
Presenter: Sean Valentine, Management
Topic: "Determinants of Employee Ethical Decision Making, Intentions, and Behavior"
Presenter: Kwan Yong Lee, Economics
Topic: "Income Elastic Goods & the Great Trade Collapse: Evidence from MicroData."
Friday, Jan 30
Presenter: Nancy Beneda - Finance
Topic: Speculative derivatives use and firm value
Friday, Mar 27
Presenter: David Hollingworth - Management
Friday, Apr 24
Presenter: Cullen Goenner - Economics
Topic: The Market for Private Student Loans: An Analysis of Credit Union Involvement, Risk, and Returns - Goenner 2015 PSL Working Paper
Friday, January 20, 2014
Presenter: Kate Campbell and Matt Notbohm
Topic: Research on Management's Personal Ideology and Financial Reporting Quality
Friday, February 28, 2014
Presenter: William Martin
Topic: Research on negative word-of-mouth
Friday, March 28, 2014
Presenter: Yilei Zhang
Friday, April 25, 2014
Presenter: Sean Valentine