The 2018 IGBR Spring Conference in New Orleans was a great success! We had 60 registrants with presenters from several countries, including Kuwait, New Zealand and Nigeria, as well as across the U.S. We have received a great deal of positive feedback from the participants at the conference, and would like to say thank you to all of those who participated. As those who have attended an IGBR meeting can attest, we are meeting our goal of being the home of collegial and supportive scholarly conferences. I invite you to please take a moment to leave a comment on this blog about your experience at this, or any other, IGBR conference. There are a lot of people who have been considering attending a conference, but who want to know what it’s like.
As with all of the IGBR conferences, full papers undergo a separate double-blind review and the top ranked papers are chosen to receive Distinguished Research Awards. Below you will see a list of award winners as well as pictures from the conference. Congratulations on your achievement and thank you for sharing your work with us!
We are now focused on future conferences, including next month’s UK conference. Please check the conference call page for more information. We have also created a printable conference call page (click here to download the PDF) and encourage you to distribute it to your colleagues.
Spring 2018 New Orleans Conference (April 4-6, 2018)
Distinguished Research Award Winners
FEDERALLY FUNDED R&D FUELS REGIONAL ECONOMIES: A PANEL DATA ANALYSIS
Murat Arik, Middle Tennessee State University
Estrella R. Ndrianasy, Middle Tennessee State University
A WEB-BASED STOCK SELECTION DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
Hari Sharma, Virginia State University
Pradeep Tomar, Gautam Buddha University
Dinesh K. Sharma, University of Maryland Eastern Shore
THE MOTIVATIONS AND PERCEIVED SKILLS FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS TO BECOME A FASHION ENTREPRENEUR: A DIRECTION TO CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT FOR FASHION ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION
Chuanlan Liu, Louisiana State University
Chunmin Lang, Louisiana State University
TECHNOLOGY-BASED MARKETING STRATEGIES THROUGH THE CONSUMER LENS: HOW INTERRELATED ARE PERCEPTIONS OF ETHICALITY AND EFFECTIVENESS?
Roger Brooksbank, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Sam Fullerton, Eastern Michigan University, USA
Steven Miller, University of Waikato, New Zealand
RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT EDUCATION: A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT TEXTBOOKS
Tiffany Crawford, Austin Peay State University
Dave Grimmett, Austin Peay State University
Amye Melton, Austin Peay State University
Vikkie McCarthy, Austin Peay State University
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP: A CONTEMPORARY APPROACH TO SOLVING SOCIAL PROBLEMS
Stephen Betts, William Paterson University
Robert Laud, William Paterson University
Andrey Kretinin, William Paterson University