Several NDSU College of Business faculty recently had articles accepted for publication.
David Herda, assistant professor of accounting and information systems, and James Lavelle, a faculty member at the University of Texas Arlington, co-wrote the manuscript, How the Auditor-Client Relationship Affects the Extent of Value-Added Service Provided to the Client. Current Issues in Auditing accepted the manuscript for publication.
This is the fifth manuscript Herda has had accepted for publication this year.
Limin Zhang, assistant professor of accounting and information systems, had her paper, An Exploratory Study of Social Loafing in Asynchronous Virtual Collaboration, accepted for publication in the International Journal of Information and Decision Sciences. She co-wrote the paper with Fang Chen from the University of Manitoba and Joe Latimer, NDSU computer science senior lecturer.
Joe Szmerekovsky, associate professor of management and marketing, co-wrote the article, Technical Note Managing a Secret Project, which has been accepted for publication in Operations Research.
NDSU is recognized as one of the nation's top 108 public and private universities by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education.