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2013 School of Business Faculty Performance Reviews

Woodbury’s Business Faculty Team:Improving Performance through Synergy

The Woodbury University School of Business faculty team continues to grow in a positive direction. The professional and scholarly output, often created through synergistic efforts, keeps revealing an upward trend. Our faculty members increasingly understand the value and mutual growth embedded in collaborative projects, leading them to engage in constructive research partnerships with colleagues from their department, between business school departments, between various Schools on our campus, and between our University and others.  This transdisciplinary approach is not only in line with contemporary developments in the scholarly world, but also has positive effects on our faculty team’s teaching insight and implementation.

Following our trend of the past two years to publicly applaud the academic achievements of our faculty, we hereby present an overview of our faculty team’s performance since spring 2013. Please note that we have omitted listings that were already included in our spring 2012 and spring 2013 publishing announcements. This entails that publications earlier listed as “accepted” were not included, even though they may have just been published.

Wendy K. Bendoni (Fashion Marketing) had a peer reviewed conference paper accepted:
- Bendoni, W., Üçok Hughes M., Pehlivan Yalcin, E. (2013). A Love Story by Tiffany and Co. and Thousands of Lovers: Story giving as a co-creation tool. Accepted for the 2014 Global Fashion Management Conference in London (Feb. 13-15th, 2014).

Dr. Angelo Camillo (Management) has co-authored ten book chapters, five of which as a first author. These works were accepted upon peer review, and have either been published in fall/winter 2013, or will be published in spring/summer 2014.
- Camillo, A. A., Minguzzi, T., Presenza, A., Svetlana Holt (2014). The role of natural environmental sustainability and the effect on tourist satisfaction in emergent micro-tourism destinations: the case of southern Italy. In Parsa, H.G. and Navapareddy, V. (Eds.) Sustainability, Social Responsibility and Innovations in Hospitality-Tourism. CRC Press (Forthcoming, 2014).
- Hanafi, H., M. Karim, M.S.A., Camillo, A. A., Svetlana Holt (2014). ISO14001: The Challenges In Developing Environmental Management Systems In Tourism And Hospitality Establishments. In Parsa, H.G. and Navapareddy, V. (Eds.) Sustainability, Social Responsibility and Innovations in Hospitality-Tourism. CRC Press (Forthcoming, 2014).
- Camillo A.A., Di Pietro L. (2014). Social media and the effect on consumers’ loyalty –satisfaction of the firms on social networks. In Christiansen B., Yildiz, S., & Yildiz, M., (Eds.), Effective Marketing in Contemporary Globalism. USA: IGI Global (Forthcoming, 2014).
- Camillo, A.A., Holt, S., Marques, J., Hu, J. (2014). Creating global competition through culture and religion: an insight of the global strategic evolution and marketing of the Halal food industry. In Christiansen B., Yildiz, S., & Yildiz, M.,  (Eds.), Effective Marketing in Contemporary Globalism. USA: IGI Global (Forthcoming, 2014).
- Holt, S., Marques, J., Camillo A. A. (2014). To Russia with love: The complexity of penetrating new markets. Case study in Christiansen B. & Basilgan, M., (Eds.), Transcultural Marketing for Incremental & Radical Innovation. USA: IGI Global, (Forthcoming, 2014).
- Camillo, A.A., Holt, S., Marques, J., Hu, J. (2014). Determinants of global competitiveness in the wine industry. In Christiansen B., Yildiz, S., & Yildiz, M., (Eds.), Effective Marketing in Contemporary Globalism. USA: IGI Global (Forthcoming, 2014).
- Marques, J., Hu, J., Holt, S., Camillo, A.A. (2014). Social Processes: Motivation, Needs, and Drives in Contemporary Globalism. In Christiansen B., Yildiz, S., & Yildiz, M., (Eds.), Effective Marketing in Contemporary Globalism. USA: IGI Global (Forthcoming, 2014).
- Hu, J., Marques, J., Holt, S., Camillo, A.A., (2014). Marketing channels and supply chain management in contemporary globalism: E-commerce development in China and its implication for business. In Christiansen B., Yildiz, S., & Yildiz, M., (Eds.), Effective Marketing in Contemporary Globalism. USA: IGI Global (Forthcoming, 2014).
- Marques, J., Holt, S., Camillo A. A., (2013). The Starbucks Culture: Radical Innovation in an Incremental World. Case study in In Christiansen B. & Basilgan, M., (Eds.), Transcultural Marketing for Incremental & Radical Innovation. USA: IGI Global. 
- Camillo, A.A., Marques, J., Holt, S., (2013). International Strategic Management. In Christiansen B. & Basilgan, M., (Eds.), Transcultural Marketing for Incremental & Radical Innovation, USA: IGI Global.

Dr. Satinder Dhiman (Management) had the following peer reviewed paper published:
- Dhiman, S. (2013). The ethical and spiritual philosophy of the Bhagavad Gita: A Survey. Interbeing, 6(1), 19-39.

In addition, Dr. Dhiman conducted a presentation at a TEDX conference:
- Dhiman, S. (April 18, 2013). Everyone Loves Stories: Stories as metaphors for facilitating teaching and Learning. TEDX 2013 Conference, College of Canyons, Santa Clarita, CA.

Dr. Nathan Garrett (Management Information Technology) presented the following peer reviewed conference paper:
- Garrett N., Allaya Y. (2013). MOOCs: Why Low-Cost Will Not Create Equal Access. World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, & Higher Education October 21-25 (E-LEARN), Las Vegas, NV.

Dr. Svetlana Holt (Management) had the following peer reviewed book chapters accepted for publication:
- Camillo, A.A., Holt, S., Marques, J., Hu, J. (2014). Creating global competition through culture and religion: an insight of the global strategic evolution and marketing of the Halal food industry. In Christiansen B., Yildiz, S., & Yildiz, M.,  (Eds.), Effective Marketing in Contemporary Globalism. USA: IGI Global (Forthcoming, 2014).
- Holt, S., Marques, J., Camillo A. A. (2014). To Russia with love: The complexity of penetrating new markets. Case study in Christiansen B. & Basilgan, M., (Eds.), Transcultural Marketing for Incremental & Radical Innovation. USA: IGI Global, (Forthcoming, 2014).
- Camillo, A.A., Holt, S., Marques, J., Hu, J. (2014). Determinants of global competitiveness in the wine industry. In Christiansen B., Yildiz, S., & Yildiz, M., (Eds.), Effective Marketing in Contemporary Globalism. USA: IGI Global (Forthcoming, 2014).
- Marques, J., Hu, J., Holt, S., Camillo, A.A. (2014). Social Processes: Motivation, Needs, and Drives in Contemporary Globalism. In Christiansen B., Yildiz, S., & Yildiz, M., (Eds.), Effective Marketing in Contemporary Globalism. USA: IGI Global (Forthcoming, 2014).
- Hu, J., Marques, J., Holt, S., Camillo, A.A., (2014). Marketing channels and supply chain management in contemporary globalism: E-commerce development in China and its implication for business. In Christiansen B., Yildiz, S., & Yildiz, M., (Eds.), Effective Marketing in Contemporary Globalism. USA: IGI Global (Forthcoming, 2014).
- Marques, J., Holt, S., Camillo A. A., (2013). The Starbucks Culture: Radical Innovation in an Incremental World. Case study in In Christiansen B. & Basilgan, M., (Eds.), Transcultural Marketing for Incremental & Radical Innovation. USA: IGI Global. 
- Camillo, A.A., Marques, J., Holt, S., (2013). International Strategic Management. In Christiansen B. & Basilgan, M., (Eds.), Transcultural Marketing for Incremental & Radical Innovation, USA: IGI Global.

Dr. Jianli (Jenny) Hu (Management) had  the following peer reviewed book chapters accepted for publication:
- Hu, J., Marques, J., Holt, S., Camillo, A.A. Marketing channels and supply chain management in contemporary globalism: E-commerce development in China and its implication for business. In Christiansen B., Yildiz, S., & Yildiz, M., (Eds.), Effective Marketing in Contemporary Globalism. USA: IGI Global. Forthcoming, 2014.
- Camillo, A.A., Holt, S., Marques, J., Hu, J. Creating global competition through culture and religion: An insight of the global strategic evolution and marketing of the Halal food industry. In Christiansen B., Yildiz, S., & Yildiz, M., (Eds.), Effective Marketing in Contemporary Globalism. USA: IGI Global. Forthcoming, 2014.
- Marques, J., Holt, S., Hu, J., Camillo, A.A. Social processes: Motivation, needs, and drives in contemporary globalism. In Christiansen B., Yildiz, S., & Yildiz, M., (Eds.), Effective Marketing in Contemporary Globalism. USA: IGI Global, Forthcoming, 2014.
- Camillo, A.A., Holt, S., Marques, J., Hu, J. Determinants of global competitiveness in the wine industry. In Christiansen B., Yildiz, S., & Yildiz, M., (Eds.), Effective Marketing in Contemporary Globalism. USA: IGI Global. Forthcoming, 2014.

Dr. Robert Jinkens (Accounting)  co-authored the following peer reviewed paper:
- Nishiyama, Y., Camillo, A., & Jinkens, R. (2014). Gender and Motives for Accountancy.  Journal of Applied Accounting Research (Forthcoming).

Dr. John Karayan (Accounting) co-authored the following peer reviewed papers:
- Karayan, J. & Burrowes, A.  (2013). Navigating the FMA’s new Standard on Disclosure of non-GAAP Financial Performance Measures. The New Zealand Law Journal (June) pp. 178-180
- Karayan, J. & Austin, C. (Forthcoming 2014).  Professional Networking and Accounting Students. The New Accountant.

Dr. Joan Marques (Management) published a pivot (short peer-reviewed book):
- Marques, J. (2013). Courage in the Twenty-First Century:  The Art of Successful Job Transition, Palgrave-MacMillan (Pub.: Oct. 23, 2013)

In addition, Dr. Marques authored the following peer-reviewed papers:
- Marques, J. (2013). Inventive minds, groundbreaking finds. The Journal for Quality and Participation, 36(3), 29-33.
- Marques, J. (2014).Management Education: Obsolete by Default?  On The Horizon (an Emerald journal). Forthcoming 2014

She also authored/co-authored the following accepted, peer-reviewed book chapters:
- Marques, J. (2014). The Caribbean Community:  A Promise yet to be Fulfilled.
Chapter in Bryan Christiansen, Economic Growth and Technological Change in Latin America. USA: IGI Global.
- Camillo, A.A., Holt, S., Marques, J., Hu, J. (2014). Creating global competition through culture and religion: an insight of the global strategic evolution and marketing of the Halal food industry. In Christiansen B., Yildiz, S., & Yildiz, M.,  (Eds.), Effective Marketing in Contemporary Globalism. USA: IGI Global (Forthcoming, 2014).
- Holt, S., Marques, J., Camillo A. A. (2014). To Russia with love: The complexity of penetrating new markets. Case study in Christiansen B. & Basilgan, M., (Eds.), Transcultural Marketing for Incremental & Radical Innovation. USA: IGI Global, (Forthcoming, 2014).
- Camillo, A.A., Holt, S., Marques, J., Hu, J. (2014). Determinants of global competitiveness in the wine industry. In Christiansen B., Yildiz, S., & Yildiz, M., (Eds.), Effective Marketing in Contemporary Globalism. USA: IGI Global (Forthcoming, 2014).
- Marques, J., Hu, J., Holt, S., Camillo, A.A. (2014). Social Processes: Motivation, Needs, and Drives in Contemporary Globalism. In Christiansen B., Yildiz, S., & Yildiz, M., (Eds.), Effective Marketing in Contemporary Globalism. USA: IGI Global (Forthcoming, 2014).
- Hu, J., Marques, J., Holt, S., Camillo, A.A., (2014). Marketing channels and supply chain management in contemporary globalism: E-commerce development in China and its implication for business. In Christiansen B., Yildiz, S., & Yildiz, M., (Eds.), Effective Marketing in Contemporary Globalism. USA: IGI Global (Forthcoming, 2014).
- Marques, J., Holt, S., Camillo A. A., (2013). The Starbucks Culture: Radical Innovation in an Incremental World. Case study in In Christiansen B. & Basilgan, M., (Eds.), Transcultural Marketing for Incremental & Radical Innovation. USA: IGI Global. 
- Camillo, A.A., Marques, J., Holt, S., (2013). International Strategic Management. In Christiansen B. & Basilgan, M., (Eds.), Transcultural Marketing for Incremental & Radical Innovation, USA: IGI Global.

Dr. Yasuo Nishiyama (Management Economics) (co-)authored two  peer reviewed papers:
- Nishiyama, Y. (2013/14). The Endogenous Money Supply Revisited in a More Realistic Framework. Journal of Post Keynesian Economics (Forthcoming).
- Nishiyama, Y., Camillo, A., & Jinkens, R. (2014). Gender and Motives for Accountancy.  Journal of Applied Accounting Research (Forthcoming).

Dr. Alexandra Saba (Management) had two peer-reviewed presentation papers accepted, to be presented in 2014:
- Canary In The Coal Mine: Multiple Generations=One Workforce,  Association of Global Business/International Academy of Linguistics, Behavioral and Social Sciences, Las Vegas, NV
-  X,Y,Z and The Alphas: The New Golden Rule Of The Global Workplace, International Academy of Business and  Public Administration, Dallas, TX

Dr. Mine Üçok Hughes (Marketing) had a peer-reviewed paper published:
- Ucok Hughes, M. (2014). A Social Media Campaign Application in a Marketing Field Experience Course. Business Education & Accreditation, 6(1), 95-99.

In addition, Dr.  Üçok Hughes had a peer reviewed conference paper accepted:
- Bendoni, W., Üçok Hughes M., Pehlivan Yalcin, E. (2013). A Love Story by Tiffany and Co. and Thousands of Lovers: Story giving as a co-creation tool. Accepted for the '2014 Global Fashion Management Conference in London' (Feb. 13-15th, 2014).

Dr. Danielle Ramirez (Marketing)  had the following  peer reviewed conference papers accepted:
- Way Ramirez, D. (2013) Course Design and Assessment of Civic Engagement Initiatives in the Classroom. Annual Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching, February 20 - 23, 2014, Newport Beach, CA. Conference Presentation.

The above presented list is a mid-year overview, and will be updated at the end of the academic year. Several of our high-performing team members are currently in the midst of finalizing some groundbreaking research, or are awaiting review outcomes of works submitted.

The administrative team of Woodbury University’s School of Business is extremely proud of the achievements of its faculty team, and confirms that this team is continuing to reflect on- and emanate the Schools mission:  Woodbury University’s School of Business cultivates the distinctive talents of each student to prepare future leaders of business who communicate effectively, act ethically, and think globally.