Business Faculty Research Highlights

November 17, 2017 - James Campbell Quick, the John and Judy Goolsby-Jacqualyn A. Fouse Endowed Chair in the Goolsby Leadership Academy at UTA, co-authored a 2017 article "Sexual Harassment: Have We Made Any Progress?", that shows that women tend to report more adverse effects than men after experiencing workplace sexual harassment, ScienMag and Medical Xpress reported. The article was cited by the President of the American Psychological Association, who says that workplace sexual harassment is a chronic problem.

November 13, 2017 - A study by RadhaKanta Mahapatra, professor of information systems and operations management in the UTA College of Business, highlights how micro-entrepreneurship can help to make the provision of telemedicine in such areas affordable and sustainable, DZone reported.

October 23, 2017 - A paper co-authored by Wayne Crawford, a UTA assistant professor of management, will receive the Best Overall Conference Paper award at the Southern Management Association conference this week, houmatoday.com reported. The paper, which was titled "You Gotta Keep 'Em Separated: The Efficacy of Proximal Remedies for Method Variance," was co-written by faculty members from Nicholls State University and Louisiana Tech University.

September 25, 2017 - RadhaKanta Mahapatra, a professor in the Department of Information Systems and Operations Management in the UTA College of Business, has published a study that found public-private partnerships are the key to making telemedicine sustainable, Pharmacy Choice, United Press International, Equities.com, Health Medicine Network and many other media outlets reported.

September 22, 2017 - RadhaKanta Mahapatra, professor of information systems and operations management in the UTA College of Business, conducted and published a study showing how to make telemedicine affordable and sustainable in remote parts of India through micro-entrepreneurship. The study, A Collaborative Approach to Creating ICT-based Sustainable Development, was published as part of the Americas Conference on Information Systems' proceedings earlier this year. Learn more...

August 14, 2017 - A UTA study says an Odisha model of telemedicine helps in extending affordable healthcare and alleviating poverty by stimulating micro-entrepreneurship, New India Express reported. RadhaKanta Mahapatra, a professor in the Department of Information Systems and Operations Management in the UTA College of Business, conducted the study.

January 11, 2017 - A UTA researcher showed in a new study that people are overly confident when handling phishing attacks in the business world, Science Mag, Science Newsline, Science Daily and many other websites reported. Jingguo Wang, a UTA associate professor in the College of Business’ Department of Information Systems and Operations Management, led the study, which said computer users often make the wrong decisions when handling phishing attacks.

October 17, 2016 - Marcus Butts, associate professor of management in UTA's College of Business, co-wrote a Harvard Business Review article on abusive bosses. The article stated that anyone can lash out when sleep deprived or dealing with issues at home.

October 14, 2016 - A paper co-authored by Jingguo Wang, Associate Professor of Information Systems and Operations Management, has been accepted for elite publication in Information Systems Research. "Coping Responses in Phishing Detection: An Investigation of Antecedents and Consequences," by Jingguo Wang, Y. Li, and H. R. Rao will be published in a forthcoming issue.

September 26, 2016 - Research by Marcus Butts, associate professor of management in UTA’s College of Business, was cited in a NIH MedlinePlus article on the negative effects of after-hours work emails on family relationships.

September 14, 2016 - A UTA study said after-hours work emails are among many things that make workers irritated, the BBC website reported. Marcus Butts, a UTA associate professor of management, was a co-author of the study. The story focused on how to work through office rage.

August 15, 2016 - Gene Moo Lee, a UTA assistant professor of information systems and operations management, has created a new method that uses big data analytics and text-mining techniques to improve market intelligence and explain potential mergers and acquisitions of startup companies in the fast-moving high-technology industry, Huffington Post and DZone reported.