ERIE, Pa. — Penn State Behrend is going to need a bigger shelf.
Faculty members at Penn State Behrend’s Black School of Business have published 32 books and book chapters since 2017. During the same period, they have published more than 175 journal articles and given 426 presentations on their research.
“Publishing is an important aspect of our faculty’s work,” said Greg Filbeck, director of the Black School of Business. “It amplifies their expertise, extending the benefits of their research and perspective beyond our students, to the wider business community.”
Filbeck, who also holds the Samuel Patton Black III Chair in Finance and Risk Management, has long been able to switch between the classroom and the writer’s office. He recently entered into a 10-book deal with Oxford University Press and has published 16 books in total. The most recent, “The Savvy Investor’s Guide to Building Wealth Through Alternative Investments,” co-authored with H. Kent Baker and Andrew Spieler, was published in July.
He is also the author of over 100 journal articles.
Filbeck has plenty of company on the Black School shelf:
- Ray Venkataramanmanagement teacher and Ozgun Demiragprofessor of operations and supply chain management, published the textbook “Supply Chain Management: Securing a Superior Global Edge”.
- Venkataraman and Jeffrey Pintoprofessor of management and holder of the Andrew Morrow and Elizabeth Lee Black Chair in Management Technology, published the textbook “Operations Management: Managing Global Supply Chains”.
- William Johnsonassociate professor of management, co-author of the textbook “Managing Global Strategy: Developing an Effective Strategy in International Business”.
Black School faculty members also contribute to peer-reviewed journals, including publications classified by the Association of Business Schools (ABS) as “elite”. ABS rankings can serve as a guide for faculty members who wish to publish in the most respected academic publications.
Black School faculty members have published more than 130 articles in academic and educational journals since 2017. Their work has appeared in a range of topical publications, including the Journal of Consumer Psychology, the European Journal of Operational Research and the Business Ethics Quarterly.
The writing reflects a wide range of business-related research:
- Michael Brown, professor of management and holder of the Samuel Patton and Marion Toudy Black Chair in Business, has written about “organizational deviance” – tardiness, absenteeism and employee theft – which often increases when supervisors see themselves as more ethical than their employees. don’t believe it. The paper appeared in Business Ethics Quarterly.
- Joongseo Kim, assistant professor of management and early career professor, Dr. Chester “Chet” L. Wolford, has written about why and when people subscribe to conspiracy theories. The article appeared in the journal Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
- Eunjoo Han, an assistant professor of marketing, wrote that price discounts don’t always sit well with consumers who favor “fair trade” products. The article appeared in the Journal of Retailing.
- Mark Owens, an associate professor of economics, discussed how production incentives influence the location of film projects. The article appeared in the Journal of Economic Geography.
For more examples of faculty research and publication, visit the Black School website faculty research webpage.
Penn State Behrend’s Black School of Business is accredited by AACSB International, the premier accrediting agency for management education. The school is listed among the top business schools in the nation, according to US News & World Report and the Princeton Review. To learn more about the black school, visit the Black School of Business webpage.