Faculty Research 2004-05

James Barbour, Associate Professor

Barbour, J. L., & Morgan, B. (2005, March).Review of: Public Policy in Central Europe: Theories, Methods, Practices, byMartin Potucck, Lance T. LeLoup, Georgy Jenei, and Laszlo Varadi, eds. (Bratislava: Network of Institutions and School of Public Administration in Central and Eastern Europe, 2003). Nationalities Papers, Routledge Publishers, 33, (1), 153-154.

Jayoti “Tina” Das, Associate Professor

Cort, K., Das, J., & Synn, W. (2004). Cross-Functional Globalization Modules: A Learning Experience.  Journal of Teaching in International Business, 15, (3). 77-97.

Valle, M., Das, J., & Studley, H. F.  (2004). In search of the 75 cents-on-the-dollar woman.  Proceedings of the 2004 International Management Conference, Society for the Advancement of Management, 116-121, Baltimore, MD.

Das, J., & DeLoach, S. (2004, July).  Trade, Social Policy and Competitiveness in a Model of Incomplete Information. Paper presented at the Western Economic Association International 79th Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

Stephen B. DeLoach, Associate Professor

DeLoach, S. & Greenlaw, S. (2005, January). Does Student Interaction Stimulate Critical Thinking Spillovers: Evidence from Electronic Discussions. Contemporary Economic Policy, 23, (1), 149-163.

DeLoach, S. (2004, December). More Evidence in Support of the Balassa-Samuelson Hypothesis. Review of International Economics, 9, (2), 336-342, May 2001, reprinted in Paul Samuelson: Critical Assessments of Contemporary Economists, Second Series, J.C. Wood and R.N. Woods, eds., Routledge 2004.

Das, J & DeLoach, S. (2004, July). Trade, Social Policy and Competitiveness in a Model of Incomplete Information. Presented at the Western Economic Association International 79th Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

DeLoach, S. & Greenlaw, S. (2004, July). Effectively Moderating Electronic Discussions. Presented at the Western Economic Association International 79th Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

DeLoach, S. (2004, June) Electronic Discussion with Term Papers, Instructor’s Edition (Best Practices), Economics. David Colander, 5th edition, McGraw-Hill.

Cassandra DiRienzo, Assistant Professor

Honeycutt, E. D. Jr., DiRienzo, C., & Thelen, S. (2004, October). A Comparison of Student Attitudes Toward Intended Careers at Two Universities.  Proceedings of the Emerging Issues in Business and Technology Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC.

Gregory A. Lilly,Associate Professor

Tiemann, T. & Lilly, G. (2004, November). On the Costs and Benefits of a Curriculum Centered Around Ill-Structured Problems. Presented at the Southern Economic Association Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Jennifer M. Platania,Assistant Professor

Platania, J.  (2005, March) Housing and Asset Holdings in a Dynamic General Equilibrium Model,Presented at the Eastern Economic Association Meetings, New York, NY.

Thomas K. Tiemann, Jefferson Pilot Professor

Tiemann, T.  (2004). American Farmers’ Markets:  Two Types of Informality.  International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy,24, (6), 44-57.

Tiemann, T. & Joiner C.  (2004, Winter).  Slavic Treasures.  Case Research Journal, 24, (1), 109-122.

Tiemann, T. (2005, March).  Jaskiewicz i Sk-a.  Case workshop at Southwest Case Research Association Meeting, Dallas, TX.

Tiemann, T. & Lilly, G. (2004, November). On the Costs and Benefits of a Curriculum Centered Around Ill-Structured Problems. Presented at the Southern Economic Association Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Tiemann, T. (2004, October). In the Beginning: Curricular Concerns.  Panel on A Multidisciplinary Approach to Instruction of Global Studies – Elon University.  Presented at the Global Fusion 2004 Conference, St. Louis, MO.