FIU Business captures spot on prestigious UT Dallas ranking of research contributions.

On March 15, 2011, the “The University of Texas at Dallas (UT Dallas) Top 100 North American Rankings of Business Schools Based on Research Contribution 2006-2010” was released. For the first time, the College of Business Administration at Florida International University (FIU) made the list, coming in at #98.

“This ranking positions us among the country’s top research business schools,” said Executive Dean Joyce J. Elam. “We are delighted to have reached this milestone and are committed to keeping the momentum going so we can continue to move up on the list.”

The School of Management at UT Dallas ranks the top 100 schools in North America and worldwide based on publications in 24 leading journals in major business disciplines for the previous five years.

Seventeen faculty members from the college—spanning the Management and International Business Department, the Decision Sciences and Information Systems Department and the School of Accounting—were the individuals whose contributions made the ranking possible.

Abhijit Barua, The Accounting Review, “Managing earnings using classification shifting: Evidence from quarterly special items”

Abhijit Barua, Steve Lin and Andrew Sbaraglia, The Accounting Review, “Earnings management using discontinued operations”

Aya Chacar, Strategic Management Journal, “Leveraging ties: The contingent value of entrepreneurial teams external advice networks on Indian software venture performance”

Aya Chacar and William Newburry, Journal of International Business Studies, “Bringing institutions into performance persistence research: Exploring the impact of product, financial, and labor market institutions”

Kaushik Dutta, Journal on Computing, “Optimization in object caching”

Kuldeep Kumar and Mary Ann Von Glinow, Journal of International Business Studies, Offshoring and the global distribution of work: Implications for task interdependence theory and practice”

Sushil Gupta, Production and Operations Management, “Elwood Buffas Pioneering Contributions to Production and Operations Management”

Sushil Gupta, Production and Operations Management, “Empirical research published in Production and Operations Management (1992-2005): Trends and Future Research Directions”

Sushil Gupta, Production and Operations Management, “Martin K. Starr: A visionary proponent for system integration, modular production, and catastrophe avoidance”

Sushil Gupta, Christos Koulamas and George Kyparisis, Production and Operations Management, “E-business: A review of research published in Production and Operations Management (1992-2008)”

Nathan Hiller, Academy of Management Journal, “Work-unit absenteeism: Effects of satisfaction, commitment, labor market conditions, and time”

Sumit Kundu, Journal of International Business Studies, “Born global or born regional? Evidence from an exploratory study in the Costa Rican software industry”

Antoinette Lynch, The Accounting Review, “Fraud brainstorming using computer-mediated communication: The effects of brainstorming technique and facilitation”

William Newburry, Strategic Management Journal, “Parent contribution and organizational control in international joint ventures”

William Newburry, Journal of International Business Studies, “Perceived career opportunities from globalization: Globalization capabilities and attitudes towards women in Iran and the US”

Kannan Raghunandan, The Accounting Review, “Internal control weakness and cost of equity: Evidence from SOX section 404 disclosures”

Dasaratha Rama, The Accounting Review, “Corporate governance, audit quality, and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act: Evidence from internal audit outsourcing”

Weidong Xia, MIS Quarterly, “Toward agile: An integrated analysis of quantitative and qualitative field data on software development agility”

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