Southern Business Review

Southern Business Review is a magazine focusing on Economics

Articles from Vol. 33, No. 1, Winter

International Diversification of the Lower 400 Firms of the S&P 500 Index
During the twelve year period from 1992 through 2003, little overall change occurred in international business activity within a representative group of approximately 100 large, U.S. domestic and multinational firms (Claggett & Stutzman, 2002; Claggett...
Our School's Campaign for Distinction in Forensic Accounting
Over a three year period beginning in 2000, our school experienced pressure on several fronts to make changes in its accounting program. First, like most other programs around the country, we experienced declining enrollments during the late 1990s due...
Participative Decisions and Organizational Commitment: A Quantitative Analysis
IntroductionThe Mississippi Legislature established public community colleges in the early twentieth century (Young & Ewing, 1978). The prediction has been made that future administrators and faculty, as educational leaders, will find increasing...
Understanding Employee Perceptions of Fraudulent Activities and Their Propensity to Report Those Activities Using Anonymous Tip Lines: The Influence of Fraud Type, Perpetrator Gender, and Observer Demographics
It is rare today to pick up a newspaper or listen to a newscast without being confronted with reports of some type of recent fraud. In addition to the impact on the individuals involved, these incidents of unethical and fraudulent behavior can be devastating...