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27th Annual Meeting

September 30


& October 1


, 2004

Days Inn

240 South Pugh St.

State College, PA 16801


Thursday, September 30, 2004:

7:30 am – 8:30 am Registration, Breakfast

Norman Sigmond, President



8:30 am – 9:30 am Session 1 Session Chair: ……….. Roger Hibbs

Special Session

Developing a New Paradigm for Teaching in Universities to Deal with the Problem of Grade Inflation

Louise B. Burkey, Indiana University of Pennsylvania P. Ronald Tarullo, California University of Pennsylvania Raymond F. Pisney, President, Aurora Group International

9:30 am – 10:30 am Session 2

Session Chair: ……… Barry Williams Factors Which Affect Chief Executive Officer Salaries: Is Executive

Compensation Mostly Determined by Firm Profits?

Brent Carothers, Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania

Simultaneous Realization of Environmental Sustainability and Economic Growth

Germaine H. Saad, Widener Unviersity

Demographic Relationships to Lottery Sales

James E. Miller, Gannon University

Student Perceptions of a Good Internship

Margaretha Hsu, Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania


10:50 am – 12:00 pm Session 3 Session Chair: ……….. Blair Staley Building Bridges in Experiential Statistics

Dale G. Sauers, York College of Pennsylvania

How the Fed Causes Chaotic Business Cycles

James Michael Haley, Point Park University

Design and Development of an Introductory Information Systems Security Course for Colleges of Business

Al Fundaburk, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Lunch

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Session 4

Session Chair: ……… Leon Markowicz Locating an Outfitters Type Business along the Schuylkill River Heritage Area

Roger Hibbs, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

Promotional Methods Used by Hospitality-Related Firms in Close Proximity to Pennsylvania Rail-Trails

Karen L. Stewart, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Jennifer Barr, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

Accounting Ethics: Legislating Ethical Behavior

Scott E. Miller, Gannon University

2:00 pm – 3:30 pm Session 5 Session Chair: ……….. Kevin Roth Power, Ethics and Leadership: The Role Modeling and Experiential Learning of Moral Leadership

John J. Ryan and Joseph S. Falchek, King’s College

Cultural Variations of Leadership

Dean F. Frear, Wilkes University

Entrepreneurship: Encouraged and Enabled but not Taught

James R. Donaldson, Juniata College


3:45 pm – 5:00 pm Session 6 Session Chair: ……….. Kindra Walker Two Methods to Assess Out-of-Class Groupwork

Leon Markowicz, Lebanon Valley College

How Anxious is the Anxious Index?

Jiazhuo G. Wang, City University of New York – Staten Island Kajal Lahiri, State University of New York at Albany

The Use of Satisfaction Profiles In Establishing Credit Union Product/Service Strategies

Kevin J. Roth, Clarion University of Pennsylvania

5:15 pm – 6:00 pm Executive Board Meeting

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm APUBEF Social Hour I**

7:00 pm Dinner



Friday, October 1, 2004:

7:30 am – 8:30 am Registration, Breakfast APUBEF Annual Fall Business Meeting

Norman Sigmond, President

8:30 am – 9:30 am Session 1

Session Chair: ……….. Marlene Burkhardt An Historical Examination of the Tax Simplification Act of 1986 and Its Impact On Realestate and the Savings and Loan Industry

Jerry Belloit, Clarion University of Pennsylvania

Managing Transitions in an Aging Society: What Should Business Students Know?

Eric Brucker, Widener University

The Environmental Degradation of the Toll Collection Process During Peak Travel Periods: Evidence from the Garden State Parkway

Jonathan Peters, City University of New York - Staten Island Jonathan K. Kramer, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

9:30 am – 10:30 am Session 2 Session Chair: ……… Eric Brucker Preparing Accounting Students for Careers with Small Closely-held Companies

Kindra Walker, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

The Effects of Malpractice Tort Reform on Defensive Medicine

Heather M. O’Neill and Katherine Hennesy, Usinus College

The Selection Process for Entry-level Foodservice Managers in the Hospital Industry

Clifford Whithem, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Michael Scales, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey


10:50 am – 12:10 pm Session 3 Session Chair: ……….. W. R. Eddins Strategy vs. Tactics – Marketing Business in the Lehigh Valley

Gary Kaskowitz, Moravian College

Owner/Employees and Unemployment Compensation Inequities

Jerry Kline, Indiana University of Pennylvania

Reengineering the Business Curriculum

Paul Sable, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

12:10 pm – 1:30 pm Session 4 Session Chair: ……… Denise Ogden The Perception of Quality Distance Education Courses vs. Traditional Courses

Mary D. Myers, Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania

Electronic Portfolios: Has Their Time Arrived?

Carole Anderson, Clarion University of Pennsylvania

** Best Faculty Paper Award Winner** Bias in Hedge Fund Data

Nandita Das, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania David L. Muething, Lehigh University

1:30 pm Lunch

2:30 pm – 3:30pm Session 5 Session Chair: ……… Jerry Belloit Goal-Based Scenarios in Teaching Accounting

Gayle Bolinger and Edward Sullivan, Lebanon Valley College

Trends in Consumer Acculturation Studies

Denise T. Ogden, Pennsylvania State University – Lehigh Valley

Is Market Value Added Equal to the Present Value of Future EVAs?

Jonathan K. Kramer, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania Jonathan R. Peters, City University of New York – Staten Island


3:30 pm – 4:30pm Session 6 Session Chair: ……… Dean Frear Links Between Organizational Culture and Strategy in a Not for Profit Community Hospital

Michael Fratantuono and David Sarcone, Dickinson College

Portrait of Business Technology in a Typical American Town

Christine J. Rhoads, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

The European Union Expansion and Turkey’s Desire for Membership

Okan Akcay, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania


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