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Bette Korber
What does “CEO of the Year” awards mean to the rest of top managers working with the award-winning CEOs? Studies have shown that CEO awards bestowed by recognized media serve as a strong competitive advantage to award-winning CEOs and their firms, but also dramatically increase CEO compensation. This study examines how CEO awards influence economic and psychological mechanisms in the top managers’ decision to exit their firms.
Dr. Yoojin Lee is an Assistant Professor in Accountancy. Below is a brief summary of her recent research. The effects of tax avoidance news on employee perceptions of managers and firms: Evidence from ratings
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Gaining Insight To B2B Relationships Through New Segmentation Approaches: Not All Relationships Are Equal
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COB HRM faculty Dana Sumpter and Mona Zanhour have been quoted in The Atlantic for their research on the experiences of working mothers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Terrence Witkowski
Male Compensatory Consumption in American History The overcompensation thesis states that men cope with gender insecurities through extreme demonstrations of their masculinity.  In contemporary America, these might include eating red meat, driving massive trucks, or brandishing firearms.  This research investigates how such compensatory consumption has evolved and considers its societal impacts in the present day.  
Paula Hao
Subjective Performance Evaluation and Forward-Looking Implications: The Role of Supervisor Incentives  2020 Journal of Management Accounting Research Many organizations reward employees based on subjective performance ratings. Subjectivity entails judgments based on personal impressions, feelings, and opinions rather than on external facts. In this study, the author examines whether supervisors respond to their own preferences in subjective performance evaluation under a forced distribution...