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ABEAI 2009 Conference

Sponsored by Applied Business and Entrepreneurship

Association International

    Tentative Presentation Schedule

    Applied Business and Entrepreneurship Association

    November 16-20, 2009

Monday, November 16

Arrival and Registration

Tuesday, November 17

10:00-12:00

    Meeting Room: Lurline Room 1 & 2

Business Law and Accounting

Chair: Eva Huang

1. Dividend out of profits in the tax law in Australia a question of Facts

Eva Huang, The University of Sydney

    2. Implications from the increase in Regional Trade Agreements: Aid or Impediment to Multilateral Trade Liberalization?

    Jenifer Varzaly, The University of Adelaide, South Australia

    3. The FDA’s Inadequate Adverse Event Reporting System: A Fatally Flawed Safety Mechanism

Ralph L. Quinones, Loyola Marymount University

    4. Declining Test Scores among Introductory Accounting Students

Matthew Mouritsen, Weber State University

Tuesday, November 17

2:00-4:00

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Meeting Room: Lurline Room 1 & 2

Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management

Chair: Edward F. McDonough

    1. External and Inter-Organizational Networking as Facilitators of Innovation Generation in an MNC

Virginija KliukinskaitÄ— Vigil, University of Agder, Norway

2. New Venture Funding: A Review of Traditional and Non-traditional Methods of

    Funding a Start-up Company

    Nina Radojevich-Kelley, Metro State College of Denver

    3. Command, Control, and Confucius: Enabling Entrepreneurial Enterprise Edward F. McDonough, Northeastern University and Hsing-Er Lin, Maastricht School of Management, Maastricht

    4. The ‘Community Entrepreneurship’ Model of Mumbai Dabbawallahs: A Case Study

Apurva Bakshi, Thapar University, India

Tuesday, November 17

     5:30-7:30

    RECEPTION

     Lounge Place: Hokulea

Wednesday, November 18

10:00-12:00

    Meeting Room: Lurline Room 1 & 2

Case Studies and Operations Management

Chair: Mike Summers

    1. Developments in Activity Based Costing: A Innovate Case Study

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Owen Hall, Charles Mc Peak, Samuel Seaman, Pepperdine University

    2. The cost efficiencies of marker-assisted seedling selection compared to conventional tree fruit breeding programs: The case of the Washington apple breeding program

    Daniel Edge-Garza and Cameron Peace, Washington State University George Vozikis, California State University, Fresno

    Yanmin Zhu, USDA-ARS Tree Fruit Research Laboratory

3. Clayboy Pottery Company

Mike Summers, Pepperdine University

    4. The Productivity and Human Capital in the Japanese Software Industry: The View of Service Innovation

    Kazunori Minetaki, and Toshihiko Takemura, Kansai University, Japan

Wednesday, November 18

2:00- 4:00

    Meeting Room: Lurline Room 1 & 2

E-Business and Marketing

Chair: Robert J. Mockler

1. Online vs. Offline Music Purchasing

    Chiang-Nan Chao, Robert J. Mockler, Leonora Fuxman, Larry Wander, Dorothy G. Dologite, St. John’s University

    2. Teaching e-Business through Community-Based Service Learning

Matthew Mouritsen, Weber State University

    3. Exploring the Impact of Customer Relational Benefit on Relationship Commitment in Health

    Rhay-Hung Weng, Chia Nan University of Pharmacy and Science, Taiwan Ching-Yuan Huang, Shu-Te University, Taiwan

    Jin-An Huang, Taichung Veterans General Hospital, Taiwan

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    4. A Quantitative Study on Workers’ Awareness to Information Security Using the Data Collected by Web-based Survey

Toshihiko Takemura, Kansai University, Japan

Wednesday, November 18

     5:30-7:30

    RECEPTION

     Lounge Place: Hokulea

Thursday, November 19:

10:00- 12:00

    Meeting Room: Lurline Room 1 & 2

Global Business and Management

Chair: Roxanne Helm

1. Application of Marketing Principles: Increasing Volunteer Retention and

    Public Support for Small-Scale Animal Shelters

    Jamie Steinberg and Jodena Rosa, Penn State University

2. Roles of Relationship-based and Situational Interfaces in Diffusion of Global

    Work Values in Context of Multinational Organizations

Valerie Rosenblatt, University of Hawaii

    3. Validating SERVPERF Model in Government Agencies

Noor Azman Ali, Mass Hareeza Ali, Alias Radam, Universiti Putra Malaysia

4. Managing Knowledge: Perspectives on Non-Profit Knowledge Management

Roxanne Helm, Azusa Pacific University

Thursday, November 19

2:00-4:00

    Meeting Room: Lurline Room 1 & 2

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Innovative Teaching Workshop

Chair: Victoria Calvert

    1. Using GIS to Identify New Venture Opportunity (45 minutes)

Victoria Calvert and Natalie O’Toole, Bissett School of Business, Mount Royal College

    2. Fostering Undergraduate Research Experiences in Management Information Systems through the "Research Group" Framework

    Ken Bartkus, Robert Mills and David Olsen, Utah State University

Friday, November 20

10:00- 12:00

    Meeting Room: Lurline Room 1 & 2

Finance and Economics

Chair: Arjun Chatrath

    1. Nonlinearity and Bilateral Exchange rate of the dollar

    Bahram Adrangi, Mary Allender, Arjun Chatrath, The University of Portland Kambiz Raffiee, University of Nevada, Reno

2. Intraday Patterns in commodities Futures Markets

Arjun Chatrath, The University of Portland

     3. Single Stock Futures Trading and Stock Price Volatility: Empirical Analysis

    Safi Ullah Khan, Kohat University of Science and Technology, Pakistan Syed Tahir Hijazi, Comsat Institute of Information Technolgy, Pakistan

Friday, November 20

2:00- 4:00

    Meeting Room: Lurline Room 1 & 2

No Sessions

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    Friday, November 20

     5:30-7:30

    RECEPTION

     Lounge Place: Hokulea

    MAHALO! HAVE A SAFE TRIP HOME

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