Allan, David (2006), “Are We Teaching Ethics in Marketing? A Survey of Saint Joseph’s University Students’ Attitudes and Perceptions,” American Marketing Association Intercollegiate Conference, Orlando, FL (w/proceedings). 

Allan, D. B. (2009). Incorporating ethics into the marketing communications class: The case of Joe and Jo Camel. Marketing Education Review, 19(2), 63-71.

Balotsky, E. R. (2008, October). Is it possible to identify, measure, and rank the determinants of effective  ethical education: A longitudinal approach using a survey instrument. Paper presented at the 15th Annual Conference: Promoting Business Ethics, New York, NY.

Balotsky, E. R. (2009). Where strategy and ethics converge: Pharmaceutical industry pricing policy for Medicare Part D beneficiaries. Journal of Business Ethics, 84(Supp1), 75-88.

Balotsky, E.R. (2012). Just How Much Does Business Ethics Education Influence Practitioner Attitudes? An Empirical Investigation of a Multi-Level Ethical Learning Model. Journal of Business Ethics Education, 9, 101-128.

Campbell, K. & Sherman, W.R. (2010). Lists and more lists: Making sense of corporate reputations. Journal of Business Education Research, 8(7), 47-58.

Cooper, E. Hogan, K.M., & Olson, G.T. (2011). Selecting board of directors for socially responsible firms using a multicriteria decision model. Applications of Management Science, 14,59-78.

Danielson, M.G., Heck, J. L., & Shaffer, D. (2008). Shareholder theory: Why the opponents and proponents both get it  wrong. Journal of Applied Finance, 18(2), 62-66.

Deirdre Guion and Julie Stanton (2007). “Organic Foods and Advertising: Are consumers well-informed?,” pp. 289-294 in Stacey Menzel Baker and Daniel Westbrook, eds. Macromarketing and Development: Building Bridges and Forging Alliances, Proceedings of a Joint Conference of The International Society of Market and Development and The Macromarketing Society, Washington DC, June 2-5 (extended abstract).

Englis, Basil and Diane M. Phillips (2013). Does innovativeness drive environmentally conscious consumer behavior? Psychology & Marketing, 30 (2), 160-172.

Fich, E., Lantushenko, V. & Sialm, C. 2018. Institutional Trading Around M&A Announcements. Working Paper, Saint Joseph’s University: Philadelphia PA.

Franca, J.M.F., Neiva de Figueiredo, J. & Lapa, J.S. (2010). A DEA model for evaluating the impact of information asymmetry on the efficiency of no-fo-profit organizations wth an application to higher education in Brazil. Annals of Operations Research, 173(1), 39-56.

Herschel, R. (2008, September 23). Exploring ethics in business intelligence. B-Eye Network. Retrieved November 19, 2008.

Herschel, R. & Miori, V. (2017). Ethics & Big Data. Technology & Society, 49: 31-36.

Jambulingam, T., Kathuria, R., & Nevin, J. R. (2009). How fairness garners loyalty in the pharmaceutical supply chain: Role of trust in the wholesaler-pharmacy relationship. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing, 3(4), 305-322.

Kury, K. W. (2007). Decoupled earnings: An institutional perspective of the consequences of maximizing shareholder value. Accounting Forum, 31(4), 370-383.

Kury, K. (2014). A developmental and constructionist perspective on social entrepreneur mobilisation. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing. 6(1): 22 – 36.

Mauri, A. & Neiva de Figueiredo, J. (2012). Strategic patterns of internationalization and performance variability: Effects of U.S.-based MNC cross-border dispersion, integration, and outsourcing. Journal of International Management, 18(1), 38-51.

Melgarejo, L., Neiva de Figueiredo, J. & Fries, C. E. (2009). A decision support methodology for increasing public investment efficiency in Brazilian agrarian reform. International Transactions in Operations Research, 16(1), 5-48.

Miori, V. M., Doyle, K. A., & Campbell, K. (2011). Gender differences in academic ethics with recommendations for curricular change. Journal of College Teaching and Learning, 8(3), 7-20.

Moscato, E.M. & Dadzie, CA. (2019). Gaming the Food System: Urban Foraging Practices and Wellbeing. (University of South Alabama) Winter AMA, p CW-6.

Neiva de Figueiredo, J. & Mayerle, S. (2007). Designing minimum-cost recycling collection networks with required throughput. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics, 44(5), 731-752.

Neiva de Figueiredo, J. & Mayerle, S. (2008b, October). Going international: A statistical sampling-based methodology for  estimating the maturity of a country’s public institutions. Paper presented at the International Academy of Business and Economics Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Neiva de Figueiredo, J., & Guillen, M. (2012). Conclusion: Green product innovation and adoption. In J. Neiva de Figueiredo & M. Guillen (Eds), Green products: Perspectives on innovation and adoption (n. p.).  Boca Raton, FL: CRC Productivity Press.

Neiva de Figueiredo, J. & Marca Barrientos, M. A. (2012). A decision support methodology for increasing school efficiency in Bolivia’s low-income communities, International Transactions in Operational Research, 19(1-2), 99-121.

Newhouse, J.J. & Balotsky, E.R. (2013). What Motivates Hospital CEOs to Commit to Ethical Integration in Their Organizations. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 22(4): 346-354.

Offstein, E. & Dufresne, R. L. (2007). Building strong ethics and promoting positive character development: The influence of HRM at the United States Military Academy at West Point. Human Resources Management, 46(1), 95-114.

Organizational Horcruxes: Benefit Corporations as a Container for Entity Identity” Business and Professional Ethics Journal, (pp. 129-164). Vol. 35, Nos. 2-3, Summer-Fall, 2016.

Phillips, Diane M. and Jason Keith Phillips (2010). Walking the walk: Putting social responsibility into action at the White Dog Café.  Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility, by Paul Griseri and Nina Seppala, eds.  1st edition.  Cengage Learning.  101-107. ISBN: 1408007436.  

Phillips, J. K. & Phillips, D. M. (2007). Development of variant definitions for stakeholder groups with regard to the performance of public transit in the United States. Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods, 5(2), 61-70.

Phillips, Diane M., Szmigin, Isabel, and Piacentini, Maria (2019). Consumer Behavior & Insights, 1st ed., Oxford University Press, Toronto, Canada. In press.

Phillips, Diane M. and Basil Englis (2019). Green consumption is both feminine and masculine – Just ask the androgynous consumer, (this paper is under review at the Journal of Consumer Affairs).

Porth, S. J. & Sillup, G. P. (2007). Stop the presses! Third annual press audit. Pharmaceutical Executive, 27(4), 90-96.

Porth, S. J. & Sillup, G. P. (2008). Fourth annual press audit: Coverage uncovered! Pharmaceutical Executive, 28(3), 41-50.

Porth, S. J. & Sillup, G. P. (2009). Safety in the spotlight: The fifth annual press audit. Pharmaceutical Executive, 29(3), 27-34.

Ragan, J. M. & Rizman, B. (2008, July). Advancing curriculum change in accounting education using enterprise resource planning technology. Paper presented at the International Meeting of the Global Accounting Organization Change, Melbourne, Australia.

Ragan, J. M., Savino, C. J. , Parashac, P., & Hosler, J. C. (2010). Starworld: Preparing accountants for the future: A case-based approach to teach international financial reporting standards using ERP software. American Journal of Business Education, 3(11).

Rashford, N. S. & Neiva de Figueiredo, J. (2010). The “live-case” intervention method: Leadership skills through experiential learning. Proceedings of the Academy of Management.

Rashford, N. S. & Neiva de Figueiredo, J. (2011). The live in-class CEO intervention: A capstone experiential technique for leadership development. Journal of Management Education, 35(5), 620-647.

Robson, R. M. (2010). Crime and punishment: Rehabilitating retribution as a justification for organizational criminal liability. American Business Law Journal, 17(1), 109-145.

Robson, R. M. (2011). Paying for Daniel Webster: Critiquing the contract model of advancement of legal fees in criminal proceedings. Hastings Business Law Journal, 7(2), 275-308.

Saparito, P. & Colwell, K. (2010). Trust’s multidimensional form and role inthe small-capitalization debt finance market. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 11(2), 151-160.

Sharma, R. & Givens-Skeaton, S. (2010). Ranking the Top 100 firms according to gender diversity. Advancing Women in Leadership Journal, 30(3), 28-41.

Sherman, W. R. (2008a, September). Teaching alternative forms of measuring value creation. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Academy of Business Education meeting, Hilton Head, SC.

Sherman, W. R. (2009). The global reporting initiative: What value is added? International Business and Economics Research Journal, 8(5), 9-21.

Sherman, W. R. & DiGiulio, L. (2010). The second round of G3 reports: Is triple bottom line reporting becoming more comparable? Journal of Business and Economics Research, 8(9), 59-77.

Sherman, W. R. (2012). The triple bottom line: The difference between ‘doing well’ and ‘doing good’ [White Paper]. Philadelphia, PA: Saint Joseph’s University Press.

Sillup, G. P. & Klimberg, R. (2010). Assessing the ethics of implementing performance appraisal systems. Journal of Management Development, 29(1), 38-55.

Sillup, G. P. & Porth, S. J. (2008). Ethical issues in the pharmaceutical industry: An analysis of U.S. newspapers. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing, 2(3), 163-180.

Sillup, G. P. & Porth, S. J. (2010). Sixth annual press audit. Pharmaceutical Executive, 30(3), n. p.

Sillup, G. P. & Porth, S. J. (2011).  Seventh annual press audit. Pharmaceutical Executive, 31(3), n. p.

Sillup, G. P. & Porth, S. J. (2012). Pharma and the press. Pharmaceutical Executive, 32(3), n. p.

Simmers, C. A., Bullough, A., Finney, M. S., Hennessy, D., Ingraham, L., & Hawn, O. (2010). Environmental innovation and talent. In D. E. deLange (Ed.), Research companion to green international management studies (pp. 113-141). Nothampton, MA: Elgar.

Smith, B. A. (2009a). Ethical ideology and cultural orientation: Understanding the individualized ethical inclinations of marketing students. American Journal of Business Education, 2(8), 27-36.

Smith, B. A. (2009b). Awareness, Interest, Sensitivity, and Advocacy (AISA): An educational ‘take-away’ for business ethics students. American Journal of Business Education, 2(9), 109-116.

Smith, B. A. (2011). Who shall lead us? How cultural values and ethical ideologies guide young marketers’ evaluations of the transformational manager-leader. Journal of Business Ethics, 100(4), 633-645.

Smith, B. & Burkhalter, J. (2011). Choice and conflict between sacred and secular music: A conversation piece for teaching marketing ethics. Proceeding of the Academy of Marketing Science Annual Conference, Miami, FL.

Smith, B., Andras, T. L., & Rosenbloom, B. (2012). Transformational leadership: Managing the twenty‐first century sales force. Psychology & Marketing, 29(6), 434-444.

Smith, B. (2013). What about mutual drop/add? Reactions to an idea for dealing with problematic student-customers. Journal for Advancement of Marketing Education, 21(2), 53-63.

Smith, B., & Shen, F. (2013). We all think it’s cheating, but we all won’t report it: Insights into the ethics of marketing students. Journal for Advancement of Marketing Education, 21(1), 27-37. (2013 Best Article Award)

Smith, B. & Lord, J. (2017). Personal Ethics of Today’s Sport Fans: Connecting Cultural Values, Ethical Ideologies, and Ethical Intentions. In Developments in Marketing Science: Proceedings of the Academy of Marketing Science.

Smith, B., & Lord, J. B. (2018). Bracketed morality and ethical ideologies of sport fans. Sport in Society, 21(9), 1279-1301.

Smith, B. (2019). Personality facets and ethics positions as directives for self-driving vehicles. Technology in Society, 57, 115-124.

Smith, B., & Tryce, S. A. (2019). Emerging adults’ national attachments and reactions to athlete activism. Journal of Sport & Social Issues., March, 1-28. (Online First)

Michael R. Solomon, Kel Smith, Nadine Vogel and Natalie T. Wood (2010), “Virtual Freedom for People with Disabilities,” Society for Disability Studies, Philadelphia, June.

Souza-Monteiro, D. & Hooker, N. (2017) Comparing UK food retailers corporate social responsibility strategies, British Food Journal, Vol. 119 Issue: 3, pp.658-675,

Weidner II, C. K. (2020). Is it just work?: Exploring living wages in American Jesuit higher education, Journal of Jesuit Business Education, 11(1): 54-88.