This issue of Research@Smith focuses on the award-winning research of three Smith PhD candidates, but there are many other Smith PhD students with equally impressive accomplishments.
Lawrence A. Gordon, Ernst & Young Alumni Professor of Managerial Accounting and director of the PhD program at the Robert H. Smith School of Business, gives an overview of the Smith School’s PhD program.
The Smith School would like to offer congratulations to the following Smith PhD Candidates
Nerissa Brown, Accounting and Information Assurance
Best Paper Presentation Award
“Herd Behavior in the Voluntary Disclosure of Capital Expenditure Forecasts”
Center for Corporate Reporting and Governance Conference
Costa Mesa, CA, September 2004
Roland Rust, holder of the David Bruce Smith Chair in Marketing, chair of the marketing department and director of the Center for e-Service, was named the next editor of the Journal of Marketing, ranked number one in two of the last three surveys of major marketing journals. It is the oldest and most frequently cited journal in the field and enjoys unique impact and visibility. His term will run from 2005-2008.
The following books authored by Smith faculty members were recently published.
G. Anandalingam and H. Lucas, Beware the Winner's Curse: Victories that Can Sink You and Your Company, New York: Oxford University Press, 2004.
S. I. Gass and A. A. Assad, An Annotated Timeline of Operations Research: An Informal History, Springer + Business Media, New York, 2005.