Recent Faculty Publications

9/23/2010

Darlene Chisholm, Economics. Her paper “Product Differentiation and Film Programming Choice: Do First-Run Movie Theatres Show the Same Films?” with Margaret McMillan and George Norman of Tufts University, was published in the May 2010 issue of The Journal of Cultural Economics.

Jerry Gianakis, Public Management, has published “What Hath the GASB Wrought? The Utility of the New Reporting Model: A National Survey of Local Government Finance Officers” in Volume 22, Issue 2 of the Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting and Financial Management. The research was co-authored by Professor Howard Frank of the Florida International University.

Micky Lee, Communication and Journalism. Her article “Localizing a global amusement park: Hong Kong Disneyland,” co-authored with Anthony Fung, Chinese University of Hong Kong, has been reprinted in the book Cultural Adaptation (Routledge). Her book Free information? The case against Google will be published by the Common Ground in the fall of 2010. Lee was invited by the editors of Feminist Media Studies to contribute an essay on feminist political economy of communication to the tenth anniversary of the journal.

Raul de la Fuente Marcos and Carlos de la Fuente Marcos, Physics, Madrid Campus, published an article “The Evolution of Primordial Binary Open Star Clusters: Mergers, Shredded Secondaries, and Separated Twins” in The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 719, No. 1, 10 August 2010, pp.104– 118.

Ariel Markelevich and Lewis Shaw of Accounting. Their article “An Analysis of the Israeli XBRL-Adoption Experience,” coauthored with Hagit Weihs of Brandeis University, appeared in the July 15 issue of Haaretz, one of Israel’s largest newspapers. The Hebrew version of the story was published in The Marker, the major financial newspaper in Israel.

Quentin Miller, English, published an essay “On the Road with the Final Four…Writers” in The Chronicle of Higher Education in July. His reference volume essay on T.C. Boyle was published in American Writers (Gale/Scribner’s reference, 2010, 17– 32); his review of Peter Caster’s book Prisons, Race, and Masculinity in Twentieth-Century U.S. Literature and Film appeared in Callaloo (Summer, 2010:
564– 566); and his guest-edited special issue of Obsidian on James Baldwin was published in summer 2010.

Sebastián Royo, associate dean of the college and director of the Madrid campus, published “Portugal and Spain in the EU: Paths of economic divergence (2000– 07)” in the Portuguese journal Análise Social,Vol. XLV (195).

Dmitry Zinoviev, Mathematics and Computer Science. He published a paper “A Game Theoretical Approach to Modeling Full-Duplex Information Dissemination” with Vy Duong in the Proceedings of the Summer Computer Simulation Conference-2010. Zinoviev presented the paper at the conference.

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