Robert Scherer, Ph.D. Interim Dean, College of Business Administration Biography Dr. Sherer’s Complete CV Education Ph.D., Management, University of Mississippi, 1987 M.A., Management, University of Redlands, 1984 B.A., Communication, Miami University, 1977 Affiliations Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), Human Resource Certification Institute, 1992 (certification active and current) Professional in Human Resources (PHR), Human Resource Certification Institute, 1991 Selected Publications "Performance of professional firms from emerging markets: Role of innovative services and firm capabilities,” Journal of World Business, in press November 2015, (with D. Bello, L. Radulovich, R. G. Javalgi, & J. Taylor). “Deans’ forum on the globalization of business education and development: Reflections and directions for the future,” Journal of Teaching in International Business, 24, #3-4 (2013) 151-154, (served as co-editor with R. Aggarwal for this special double issue). “Ranking business and economics journals in South America using the Scientific Electronic Library Online (SciELO), Journal of Education for Business, 87, #3 (2012) 152-158 (with J.K. Alexander, L. Pradenas, & V. Parada). “The assurance of learning tool as predictor and criterion in business school admissions decisions: New use for an old standard,” Journal of Education for Business, 86, #3 (2011) 163-170, (with B. Pesta). “A comparative analysis of the attitudes towards women managers in China, Chile, and the United States,” International Journal of Emerging Markets, 6, #3 (2011), 233-253, (with R.G. Javalgi, C. Sánchez, L. Pradenas, V.Parada, W. Yan, & C. Hwang). “Outsourcing to emerging markets: Managerial and public policy implications,” Journal of International Management, 15 (2009), 156-168 (with A. Dixit & R.G. Javalgi). “Factores determinantes de la orientación emprendedora y sus efectos en el rendimiento de las escuelas de negocios,” Comunicación y Pluralismo, 2 (2006), 165-183 (with S. Kuznik, R. Javalgi, & A. Losada). “Sustainable competitive advantage of internet firms: A strategic framework and implications for global marketers,” International Marketing Review, 22, #6 (2005), 658-672 (with R.G. Javalgi, L.P. Radulovich, & G. Pendleton). “Challenges of AACSB International accreditation for business schools in the United States and Europe,” Thunderbird International Business Review, 47, #6 (2005) 651-669 (with R.G. Javalgi, M. Bryant, & O. Tukel). “An application of the consumer ethnocentrism model to French consumers,” International Business Review, 14, #3 (2005), 325-344 (with R.G. Javalgi,V. Pioche Khare, & A.C. Gross). “Management educators’ expectations for professional ethics development,” Journal of Business Ethics, 61, #4 (2005), 301-314 (with J.A. Petrick). “Natural capitalists: Increasing business students’ environmental sensitivity,” Journal of Management Education, 27, #2 (2003), 144-157 (with M. Cordano & K. Ellis). “Reputational capital and leadership competency: Key intangible assets for sustaining global competitive advantage in the 21st century,” Academy of Management Executive, 13, #1 (February 1999), 58-69 (with J.A. Petrick, J.D. Brodzinski, J.F. Quinn, & M.F. Ainina). “Complaint resolution by OSHA in small and large manufacturing firms,” Journal of Small Business Management, January, 31, #1 (1993) 73-82. (with D.J. Kaufman & M.F. Ainina). “Rater and ratee sex effects on performance evaluations in a field setting: A multivariate analysis,” Management Communication Quarterly, 5 (1991), 174-191. (with C.L. Owen & J.D. Brodzinski). “Role model performance effects on development of entrepreneurial career preference,” Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, 13, (Spring 1989), 53-71. (with J.S. Adams, S.S. Carley, & F.A. Wiebe).