Daniel E. Innis
, Ph.D. (Ohio State, 1991), Professor of Marketing, Dean of the
College of Business, Public Policy and Health, and Director of the Maine
Business School. Customer service performance and a firm’s overall performance,
the impact of quick response logistics on channel member behavior.
Richard H. Borgman, Ph.D. (Florida, 1994), Director of Graduate Programs, Maine
Business School. Financial institution management, securitization, portfolio risk management, asset pricing, international finance.
Darlene Bay, Ph.D. (Washington State, 1997), Assistant Professor of Accounting.
Accounting and business ethics, ethics education, accounting education, small
business management and accounting.
Martha Broderick, J.D. (Western New England School of Law, 1983). Instructor in
Steven C. Colburn, Ph.D. (Georgia, 1989), Associate Professor of Accounting.
Taxation of individuals, corporations, trusts and estates, with emphasis on tax
Harold Z. Daniel, Ph.D. (Connecticut, 1997), Assistant Professor of Marketing.
Organizational buying behavior and strategic acquisition, collaborative research
and development, strategic management of technology, diffusion of innovations,
customer satisfaction, student retention in institutions of higher education.
John K. Ford, D.B.A. (Harvard, 1977), Nicolas Salgo Professor of Business
Administration. Professor of Finance. Diversification of bond and stock
Virginia R. Gibson, Ph.D. (State University of New York at Binghamton, 1986),
Associate Professor of Management Information Systems. Information systems for
management decision support, business climate.
Carol B. Gilmore, Ph.D. (Massachusetts, 1979), Professor of Management. Labor
law, labor arbitration. Public sector collective bargaining, personnel
management, employee rights, employee relations law.
Bret Golann, Ph.D. (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1996), Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship/Marketing. Entrepreneurship and managing rapid growth.
Wayne Ingalls, MBA (Wisconsin, Madison, 1968), Certified Public Accountant.
Instructor in Accounting.
Nory B. Jones, Ph.D. (Missouri, 2001), Assistant Professor of Management
Information Systems. Knowledge management, collaborative technologies, and
diffusion of technological innovations.
Diana R. Lawson, Ph.D. (Kent State, 1993), Associate Professor of Marketing and
International Business. Marketing strategy, international business education,
economic integration, social responsibility of firms, and wood products
John F. Mahon, Ph.D. (Boston University, 1982), John M. Murphy Chair of
International Business Policy and Strategy. Professor of Management. Management
policy and strategy, global strategy.
Ivan M. Manev, Ph.D. (Boston College, 1997), Assistant Professor of Management.
Management of the multinational corporation, formation of strategy and
competitive advantage in social networks, organizational change in
post-communist transition societies.
Kim K. R. McKeage, Ph.D. (Massachusetts, 1996), Associate Professor of
Marketing. Retailing, customer service quality, relationship marketing, internal
marketing, socially responsible marketing, marketing education.
David M. Steiger, Ph.D. (Oklahoma State, 1993), Associate Professor of
Management Information Systems. Knowledge management, data mining, decision
Natalie M. Steiger, Ph.D. (North Carolina State, 1999), Assistant Professor of
Management. Systems analysis and optimization, operations research and
Robert A. Strong, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State, 1983), University of Maine
Foundation Professor of Investment Education and Professor of Finance. The
dividend growth rate implied in common stock beta; asset allocation and
purchasing power risk; bond portfolio duration.
Gloria Vollmers, Ph.D. (Texas at Dallas, 1993), Associate Professor of
Accounting. History of accounting, ethics in accounting and business, business
Stephanie A. Welcomer, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State, 1997), Assistant Professor of
Management. Social and cognitive networks, stakeholder theory, organizations and
the natural environment.