Global Business Research Symposium Considers the Future of Business
The Peter J. Tobin College of Business’s 13th annual Global Business Research Symposium, held at the Rome campus of St. John’s University on June 13-15, attracted 73 participants from 11 countries. The theme of this year’s GBRS was The Future of Business: Technology, Innovation and Regulation.
After two days of panels, presentations and concurrent sessions, a committee of 20 referees was selected from the most senior conference members to act as judges in giving the best paper and best discussant awards. The winners were:
THE UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF USING MOBIL DEVICES IN THE CLASSROOM
Ivan Abel, St. John’s University, USA
I. Hilmi Elifoglu, St. John’s University, USA
ACCESS-BASED CONSUMPTION: ITS TECHNOLOGICAL DETERMINANTS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE BUSINESSES - THE POLISH EXAMPLE
Aleksandra Burgiel, University of Economics in Katowice, Poland
Jolanta Zralek, University of Economics in Katowice, Poland
SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION AND VALUES FOR CONSUMERS
Slawomir Smyczek, University of Economics in Katowice, Poland
NETWORKS AND FIRM’S SCALABILITY: WHAT FACTORS CONTRIBUTE TO DEFINE A BORN-GLOBAL STARTUP?
Bisan Abdulkader, Central European University, Hungary
THREE YEAR PROGRAMS AT SNHU
Kyle Viator, Southern New Hampshire University, USA
THE VALUE OF ESG
James Barrese, St. John’s University, USA
Cynthia Phillips, St. John’s University, USA
Victoria Shoaf, St. John’s University, USA
Among the eight best discussants were four from The Peter J. Tobin College of Business: Ivan Abel, Biagio Pilato, Victoria Shoaf and Yun Zhu.