JEAN-LUC GROSSO
PROFESSOR OF ECONOMICS
MCDAVID PROFESSOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


2013-2014


Publications—Refereed Conference Proceedings:

“Attitudes, Media, and Marketing : The Impact of Culture on the Sale of Western Automobiles in Russia,” with Sheryl S. Grosso and Teresa L. Smith, Proceedings of the 2014 Cambridge Business & Economics Conference, Cambridge, England. Paper will also be presented. (accepted)


“Online Learning for Better or Worse? A Comparison of Student Performance in Online and Face-to-Face Classes,” with Sheryl S. Grosso and Teresa L. Smith, Proceedings of the 2014 Cambridge Business & Economics Conference, Cambridge, England. Paper will also be presented. (accepted)


“Understanding Global Trends in the Involvement of Women in Politics,” with Teresa L. Smith and Sheryl S. Grosso, Proceedings of International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD) Conference, Dallas, Texas. Paper will also be presented. (accepted)


Scholarly Reviewer:

North American Co-Editor, International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation.



2012-2013


Publications—Books:

Gender, Negotiation and Human Potential in Organizations: Historical, Cultural and Personal Influences, with T.L. Smith. London, UK: Gower Publishing, 2013. (forthcoming)

Foundations of International Management: Concepts, Strategy, and Practice, with J. Okpara, P. Thurman, D. Halkias, and N. Harkiolakis. London: UK: Gower Publishing, 2014. (forthcoming)

Publications—Book Chapters:

“South Carolina USA: Sustainability and social responsibility in a family sandwich shop: A case study,” with T.L. Smith. Entrepreneurship and Sustainability: Business Solutions for Poverty Alleviation Around the World. (Eds. D. Halkias and P. Thurman) London, UK:  Gower Publishing, 2012, 217-224.

Publications—Articles:

“Poverty and unemployment: A cultural approach,” with T.L. Smith, Thunderbird International Business Review 54 (1), 2012: 79-90.
 
“Interactive questions concerning online classes: Engaging students to promote active learning,” with S.S. Grosso, and T.L. Smith, International Journal of Educational Research 7 (1), 2012: 49-59.

Publications—Refereed Conference Proceedings:

“A Model for Online Learning: Best Practices to Transform Traditional Courses and Ensure Student Success,” with S.S. Grosso, and T.L. Smith, Proceedings of the Global Conference on Business and Economics, Cambridge, England, July 2013. Paper will also be presented. (accepted)

“Collaborative Negotiating in an Online Environment: Preparing Students for Career Success,” with T.L. Smith and S.S. Grosso, Proceedings of the Global Conference on Business and Economics, Cambridge, England, July 2013. Paper will also be presented. (accepted)

“The Greek « Drachma »: A Situation Years in the Making,” with T.L. Smith and S.S. Grosso, Proceedings of the Global Conference on Business and Economics, Cambridge, England, July 2013. Paper will also be presented. (accepted)
 
“Turning Coal into Diamonds - Historical Evidence of a Link Between Innovation and Recession,” with S.S. Grosso and T.L. Smith, Proceedings of the 2012 Annual Conference of the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, Dallas, TX, April, 2012. Paper was also presented.

“Creating Active Learning in an Online Class: How Technology Makes it Possible,” with S.S. Grosso and T.L. Smith, Proceedings of the 2012 Annual Conference of the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines. Dallas, TX, April 2012. Paper was also presented.
 
“It’s a Jungle Out There: Take Your Cues from Nature for Bargaining Success,” with T.L. Smith and S.S. Grosso, Proceedings of the 2012 Annual Conference of the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines. Dallas, TX, April 2012. Paper was also presented.
 
“Explaining The Discriminatory Impact of The Great Recession: A Cultural Approach,” with T.L. Smith and S.S. Grosso, Proceedings of the Global Conference on Business and Economics, Cambridge, England, June 2012. Paper was also presented.
 
“Women and Leadership in Higher Education: Is the Glass Ceiling Cracking?,” with T.L. Smith and S.S. Grosso, Proceedings of the Global Conference on Business and Economics, Cambridge, England, June 2012. Paper was also presented.
 
“A Model for Online Learning: Best Practices to Transform Traditional Courses and Ensure Student Success,” with S.S. Grosso and T.L.Smith, Proceedings of the Global Conference on Business and Economics, Cambridge, England, June 2012. Paper was also presented.

On-going Project Involvement:
 
International research associate—“Transforming Business: Enterprise Solutions to Poverty,” sponsored by University of Cambridge, England. 2009-Present.

Co-researcher and Co-author—“Governance in Immigrant Family Businesses - Enterprise, Ethnicity and Family Dynamics,” project led by Dr. Christian Adendorff, Professor of Family Business at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Business School, Port Elizabeth, South Africa, and Dr. Daphne Halkias, Research Affiliate, Institute for the Social Sciences, Cornell University, and Senior Research Fellow, Center for Young and Family Enterprise, University of Bergamo, Italy. September 2012-Present.
 
International Research Associate – “Economic and social implications of female immigrant entrepreneurs in Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, Australia and New Zealand,” sponsored by the Hellenic American University, Greece 2008-2012.

 

 

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