2010 SDSU CIBER Faculty Research Projects

Project Title Faculty Email
Beyond the cost: A study of off-shoring practices of SMEs Dr. Martina Musteen [email protected]
Modeling Software Piracy in Developed and Emerging Economies Dr. Bruce Reinig [email protected]
Entrepreneurial Cognition, Orientatin and Resource Investment: A Test of Boundary Conditions in the South Pacific Dr. Stern Neill [email protected]
International Networks and the "Born Global" Phenomenon: Evidence from a Transition Economy Dr. Martina Musteen [email protected]

2009 SDSU CIBER Faculty Research Projects

Project Title Faculty Email
Art and Design as Agents for Social Development, Enviromental Sustainability, and Cultural Identity Affirmation in Mexico Patricia Cue Couttolenc [email protected]
Understanding Social Entrepreneurship in the Indian Context Dr. Martina Musteen [email protected]
Dr. Chamu Sundamurthy [email protected]
Ownership structure and CEO compensation: Implications for the choice of foreign market entry mode Dr. Martina Musteen [email protected]
D. K. Datta  
P. Herrmann  
Diversity in Organizations: Where are we now, and where are we going? Dr. Beth Chung-Herrara [email protected]
Dr. Lyn Shore [email protected]
Dr. Michelle Dean [email protected]
Dr. Karen Ehrhart [email protected]
Dr. Don Jung  
Dr. Amy Randel [email protected]
Dr. Gangaram Singh [email protected]
The Association between Bank debt and Performance of Continental European Firms Dr. Victoria Krivogorsky [email protected]
Dr. Gary Grudnitski [email protected]
Supervised creation of a unique web portal to assist in the assembly and constructs of international business research Dr. Gangaram Singh [email protected]

2008 SDSU CIBER Faculty Research Projects

Project Title Faculty Email
A discourse-based Comparative Student of the American and Chinese Conceptualization of Face: Implications for Business Chinese Education Ruey-Jiuan Regina Wu [email protected]
Corporate Governance and Accounting in Europe: Are They Interconnected? Dr. Victoria Krivogorsky [email protected]
Has the Byrd Ammendment Affected U.S. Imports? Dr. Thitima Puttitanun [email protected]
The Effect of Corporate Scandals on the Reputational Value of Japanese Firms Dr. Joseph Tanimura [email protected]
International New Ventures: The cross-border nexus of individuals and opportunities Dr. Martina Musteen [email protected]
Dr. Di Gregorio  
D. E. Thomas  
A cross-culturan investigation of the goal attainment-liklihood construct and its effect on satisfaction with technology supported collaboration Dr. Bruce Reinig [email protected]
R. O. Briggs  
G. J. De Vreede  
The Implications of Amnesty on Remittance Flows: Evidence from Mexican Migrants Dr. Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes [email protected]
Fifty Years of Change on the US-Mexico Border: Growth, Development, and Quality of Life Dr. Jim Gerber [email protected]
Networks and SME internationalization: Facilitating and Constraining Factors Dr. Martina Musteen [email protected]
Dr. John D. Francis [email protected]
D. K. Datta  
e-Collaboration Satisfaction: Emprical Field Studies of Disconfirmation Theory Across Two Cultures Dr. Bruce Reinig [email protected]
R. O. Briggs  
G. J. De Vreede  
Transformation through Managing Projects Globally: A Case Study Dr. Y. Helio Yang [email protected]

2007 SDSU CIBER Faculty Research Projects

Project Title Faculty Email
Credit Derivatives and the 'Crunch' of 2007 Swaminathan Badrinath [email protected]
Sending employees abroad: Issues to consider in international human resource management Dr. Beth Chung-Herrera [email protected]
Dr. Karen H. Ehrhart [email protected]
Inter-temporal examination of the trading activities of foreign investors in the Korean stock market Dr. Jaemin Kim [email protected]

2006 SDSU CIBER Faculty Research Projects

Project Title Faculty Email
Household Migration, Remittance Receipt and Its Impact on Male and Female Employment Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes [email protected]
Oaxaca Training and Research Program for Health Professionals Karen Jacqueline Coleman [email protected]
Cultural Influences on Service Failure and Recovery: Implications for Human Resource Management Karen Ehrhart [email protected]
Knowledge-Based and Market Influences on Ownership Strategies in International Acquisitions John Francis [email protected]
Improving Trust in e-Government through Paralingual web Design Murray Jennex [email protected]
Interaction Effects of Country Specific Characteristics and Internal Corporate Governance Mechanisms on Profitability Victoria Krivogorsky [email protected]
Debates Surrounding the Recognition and Resumption of the English Debt in the 1880's Tom Passananti [email protected]
Underwriter Reputations and Closely Held IPOs: Lessons for Family-Controlled Firms from Global Perspectives Kuntara Pukthuanthong [email protected]
An Evaluation of Accreditation Activities of Foreign Schools of Business and Commerce: A Survey of Academic Deans and Faculty Don Sciglimpaglia [email protected]
Managing an communicating Diversity: Impact on Organizational Effectiveness and Competitiveness Bey-Ling Sha [email protected]
Expand SDSU's Overseas Initiatives/Partnerships with Universities in India Gangaram Singh [email protected]
An Evaluation of Accreditation Activities of Foreign Schools of Business and Commerce: A Survey of Academic Deans and Faculty Howard Toole [email protected]

2005 SDSU CIBER Faculty Research Projects

Project Title Faculty Email
Remittances and the Education of Children: The Dominican Case Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes [email protected]
Knowledge Management in Ukraine Murray Jennex [email protected]
Call Centers, Gender, and Globalization: A Comparative Study Doreen Mattingly [email protected]
The Role of Intellectual Property Rights on Ownership Structure of Multinational Firms Thitima Puttitanun [email protected]
Understanding the Processes of Cultural Reappropriation in the Consumption of TM Programming Cristel Antonia Russell [email protected]
Strategic Business Marketing Developments in the New Europe: Retrospect and Prospect Massoud Saghafi [email protected]
Donald Sciglimpaglia [email protected]
The Conservation of Organizational Identities: How Multinational Organizations Survive in a Competitive World Bey-Ling Sha [email protected]

2004 SDSU CIBER Faculty Research Projects

Project Title Faculty Email
A Survey on the Determinants of Success for a Supplier Relationship Matt Aistrich  
Workers' Remittances and Business Ownership in the Dominican Republic Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes [email protected]
Support for Small Business & Entrepreneurship Presentation Kyle Farmbry  
Development of a Survey Instrument for Measuring Characteristics of Successful Global Organizations Don Jung [email protected]
Use of Social Networks for Employment Purposes by Mexican Undocumented Migrants Kusum Mundra  
Impact of Different Imitation Risks on Entry Modes by Multinational Firms Thitima Puttitanun [email protected]
Globalization of the Hollywood Industry: (How) Do European Consumers React to American Productions? Cristel Russel [email protected]
Management and Firm Performance in the Taiwanese Manufacturing Industry: The Moderating Role of a High Performance Work System, Strategy, and Strategy Making Mode Gangaram Singh [email protected]
Corporate Governance in North America: The State of the Art Lori Verstegen Ryan [email protected]
Modern Asian Cultures: A Study Abroad Program (in Thailand) Allen Wittenborn [email protected]