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Recent Faculty Publications

Recent books, essays, and creative equivalents authored, co-authored, or edited by members of the Rollins faculty






Books

 

chongFreedom from Poverty

Daniel P.L. Chong, Ph.D., Department of Political Science

Freedom from Poverty (NGOs and Human Rights Praxis, 2010, University of Pennsylvania Press). In Freedom from Poverty, Daniel P. L. Chong examines how today's nongovernmental organizations are modifying human rights practices and reshaping the political landscape by taking up the cause of subsistence rights. This book outlines how three types of NGOs—human rights, social justice, and humanitarian organizations—are breaking downbarriers by incorporating access to economic and social goods into national laws and advancing subsistence rights through nonjuridical means. These NGOs are using rights not only as legal instruments but as moral and rhetorical implements to build social movements, shape political culture, and guide development work. Rights language is now invoked in churches, political campaigns, rock concerts, and  organizational mission statements. Chong presents a social theory of human rights to provide a framework for understanding these changes and defending the legitimacy of these rights.

 

correaGestao de Redes de Suprimento

Henrique Correa, Ph.D., Crummer Graduate School of Business

Gestao de Redes de Suprimento (Atlas: Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2010). GSCM is about coordinating and integrating global operations so that supplies, products, information and services flow efficiently and effectively across company and country borders, always considering the triple objective of contemporary organizations:  environmental sustainability, social responsibility and economic prosperity.

 

 

 

davisPaul's New Moment: Continental Philosophy and the Future of Christian Theology

Creston Davis, Ph.D., Department of Philosophy and Religion

Paul's New Moment: Continental Philosophy and the Future of Christian Theology (Brazos Press, 2010). This book takes St. Paul's basic insight of "irruption of truth" seriously and applies it to contemporary politics, theology, psychoanalysis, and philosophy. 

 

 

 

cinemaCinema Paraíso

Rosana Díaz-Zambrana, Ph.D., Patricia Tomé, Ph.D., Department of Modern Languages & Literature

Cinema Paraíso (Isla Negra Editores, San Juan. 2010). Cinema Paraiso is an anthology which reunites 26 essays that reflect on the visual manifestations and representations of identity, culture, and traditions integral to the Hispanic Caribbean cinema, particularly that one of Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. The essays included in this volume, the first one to reunite these three countries in the Caribbean in one single compendium, serve as "a fundamental reference" and "a foundational text essential to the research and critical studies of the cinematographies of the Caribbean."

 

 

 

frostHoneycomb

Carol Frost, MA, Department of English

TriQuarterly Books (Northwestern University Press) has published Professor of English Carol Frost's eleventh collection of poetry, Honeycomb. "The poems in this latest collection," says the press, "explore the poet's experience of her mother's  struggle with Alzheimer's disease with unflinching sincerity and courage. Using the disappearance of bees as her prevailing metaphoric backdrop, Frost subtly probes the varied emotions occasioned by her mother's slow deterioration, crafting a deeply moving meditation on memory and its role in the creation of identity and relationships."

 

 

Rita Bornstein, Rollins CollegeSuccession Planning for the Higher Education Presidency

Rita Bornstein, President Emerita

Succession Planning for the Higher Education Presidency (AGB, 2010). Drawing on her background as president emerita at Rollins College and as vice president for development at the University of Miami, Bornstein calls upon colleges and universities to take a fresh look at their internal processes for leadership development and succession planning. She paints a startling picture of the state of the presidency: the aging of presidents is leading to unprecedented turnover in the not-too-distant future; the lack of systemic approaches to identifying and developing internal talent has left limited numbers of successors in the pipeline; and the demand this situation generates will lead to intense competition for future leaders. Bornstein offers questions to consider, practical recommendations and concrete examples of succession planning steps to be taken by boards, institution leaders, and aspiring leaders.



Rachel Simmons, Rollins College“Wonders”

Rachel Simmons, Department of Art and Art History

“Wonders”. Rachel Simmons’ body of work entitled “Wonders” urges viewers to consider how human activities are negatively impacting the ocean. “Wonders” explores the eclecticism of marine forms and the fragility of ocean ecosystems. “Wonders of the Sea,” an installation of 98 mixed media works on paper, includes deliberate references to eighteenth century “curiosity” collections like that of pharmaceutical scientist Albertus Seba, prompting the viewer to ponder our past and present relationships with the sea.
In the digital mixed media series “Anoxia,” environmental issues such as plastic pollution and coral reef destruction are explored through the integration of painting, printmaking, sewing and photography. Selections from Moby Dick, Herman Melville’s classic portrait of maritime fear and desire are handwritten onto several pieces, directing the viewer to contemplate a culturally specific perception of the ocean’s importance.
This work was on exhibit as part of the L.A. Design Center’s group show “stream” and on display as a solo exhibition at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum, and at Vanderbilt’s Sarratt Gallery. In fall of 2009, her work was part of a solo exhibit at the Dunedin Fine Arts Center, Dunedin, Fla.



Wenxian Zhang and Ilan Alon, Rollins CollegeA Guide To The Top 100 Companies In China

Edited by Wenxian Zhang, Olin Library, and Ilan Alon, Department of International Business and Crummer Graduate School of Business

A Guide To The Top 100 Companies In China (World Scientific Publishing, 2010). Under the label of “the socialist market economy with Chinese characteristics”, the Chinese Government has made a firm commitment to economic reform, though still retaining tight political control. Thus, under conditions of liberal economic systems and autocratic rule, a new capitalist system is emerging in China; its top companies are managed by private entrepreneurs, government bodies or a combination of both.
This book, presented in an easily accessible format, fills an important gap in the growing literature on China in the global economy and provides a research reference tool on China’s top companies. It offers a comprehensive directory listing of the Top 100 corporations in China, thus enhancing the research potential on China for students, researchers and businesses. As a general reference guide to the Chinese economy, A Guide to the Top 100 Companies in China provides up-to-date and comprehensive coverage of the top Chinese enterprises. Corporations from Hong Kong and Taiwan that conduct significant business in China are also included.





Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles & Creative Equivalents



   Ilan Alon, Department of International Business and Crummer Graduate School of Business

Alon, Ilan, Christop Latteman, Marc Fetscherin, Li Shaomin, and Anna-Maria Schneider. "Usage of Public Corporate Communications of Social Responsibility in Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC)." Multinational Business Review 17, no. 4 (2010): 123-42.

Boniface, Dexter, and Ilan Alon. "Is Hong Kong Democratizing." Asian Survey 50, no. 4 (2010): 786-807.

Fetscherin, Marc, Ilan Alon, and James Johnson. "Assessing the Export Competitiveness of Chinese Industries." Asian Business and Management, no. 9 (September 1 2010): 401-24.

Sardy, Marc, Mark Munoz, James Sun, and Ilan Alon. "Dimensionality of Business Ethics in China." Competitiveness Review 20, no. 1 (2010): 6-30.

Shoham, Amir, and Ilan Alon. "Changing Cultural Clusters:  A Research Note." International Journal of Business and Globalisation 5, no. 3 (2010): 328-42.

Wei, William X., Ilan Alon, and James Johnson. "Chinese Outward Direct Investment:  A Study on Macroeconomic Determinants." International Journal of Business and Emerging Markets 2, no. 4 (2010): 352-69.

Zhang, Wenxian, and Ilan Alon. "An Exploratory Case of High-Profile Female Entrepreneurs in the Chinese Economic Reform." International Journal of Current Chinese Studies 1 (2010): 27-44.

Zhang, Wenxian, and Ilan Alon.  "Tao of Downfall:  The Failures of High-Profile Entrepreneurs in the Chinese Economic Reform." International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business 11, no. 2 (2010): 121-34.

Munoz, J. Mark, Ilan Alon and Matthew C. Mitchell. 2010. Micro-franchising Strategies: Drawing Lessons from Franchise Literature. In Contemporary Microenterprise: Concepts and Cases, ed. J. M. Munoz, Chapter 13. Edward Elgar Publishing.

Zhang, Wenxian and Ilan Alon. 2010. A Preliminary Study on the Factors that Contributed to the Downfall of High-Profile Entrepreneurs During the Chinese Economic Reform. In Thirty Years of China’s Economic Reform: Institutions, Management, Organizations and Foreign Investment, eds. Yue Wang and Prem Ramburuth, Chapter 1. Nova Publishers.

Zhang, Wenxian and Ilan Alon. 2010. The Rise of Female Entrepreneurs in China. In Thirty Years of China’s Economic Reform: Institutions, Management, Organizations and Foreign Investment, eds. Yue Wang and Prem Ramburuth, Chapter 8. Nova Publishers.

Sardy, Marc and Ilan Alon. 2010. Franchising as an Entrepreneurial Form. In Franchising Globally, Innovation Learning and Imitation, 1 ed. Ilan Alon, 36-53. Palgrave-Macmillan New York, NY.

Alon, Ilan, Romie Littrel, and Allen KK Chan. Branding in China: Alternative Brand Strategies. Multinational Business Review (2010) 17 (4): 123-142.

Welsh, Dianne H.B. and Ilan Alon. 2009. “Global Franchising and Other Forms of Entrepreneurship.” In Global Entrepreneurship, ed., S. M. Carraher, D. H.B., Welsh, 182-212 Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.

Ballard, Nadia and Ilan Alon. 2009. “Going International? Alternative Modes of Entry for Entrepreneurial Firms.” In Global Entrepreneurship, ed. Shawn M. Carraher, Shawn M., Dianne H.B Welsh, 213-226. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.

Alon, Ilan, Leo-Paul Dana, and Anna Jenkins. 2009. International Business by SMEs: Empirical Findings from New Zealand. Journal of International Business and Economy 10 (2): 1-20.

Brock, David M. and Ilan Alon. 2009. Internationalization of Professional Service Firms International Business Research, Teaching and Practice 3 (1): 52-71

Anna Alon, Department of International Business

Alon A. and P. Dwyer. 2010. The Impact of Groups and Decision Aid Reliance on Fraud Risk Assessment. Management Research Review 33 (30).

Dexter Boniface, Department of Political Science

Boniface, Dexter, and Ilan Alon. "Is Hong Kong Democratizing." Asian Survey 50, no. 4 (2010): 786-807.

Boniface, Dexter. Multilateralismo latinoamericano: La perspectiva desde Estados Unidos . Foreign Affairs Lantinoamerica 10 (3), 2010; 51-56.

 

Rita Bornstein, President Emerita

Bornstein, Rita. 2009. Women and the Quest for Presidential Legitimacy. In Women in Academic Leadership, eds. Dean, Bracken, and Allen. Stylus Press.

Bornstein, Rita. 2009. The Evolving College Presidency. In The Future of Higher Education: Perspectives from America’s Academic Leaders, eds. Olson and Presley. Paradigm Publishers.

 

Michael Bowers, Crummer Graduate School of Business

Bowers, Michael, and Ilan Alon. "An Exploratory Comparison of U.S. and International Academically Based Entrepreneurship." International Journal of Business and Globalisation 5, no. 2 (2010): 115-34.

McInnis-Bowers,  Cecilia, Byron Chew, and Michael Bowers. "Using Reflective Thinking to Enhance Decision Skills, Cultural Sensitivity and Teamwork." Teaching Innovations of Marketing Education Review, Special Issue (2010).

 

Daniel Chong, Department of Political Science

Chong, Daniel. "Five Challenges to Legalizing Economic and Social Rights." Human Rights Review 10, no. 2 (2010): 183-204.Daniel, P. L.

Chong, Freedom from Poverty:  NGOs and Human Rights Praxis. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010.

 

Ed Cohen, Department of English

Cohen, Ed, and Linda Fleming. "The Life and Poetry of Marion Bernstein, 1846-1906." Scottish Literary Review 2 (2010): 59-76.

Cohen, Edward H., Linda Fleming. “A Scottish Dozen: Uncollected Poems by Marion Bernstein,” Victorians Institute Journal 37 (2009): 93-119.

Cohen, Edward H. “Narrative Responsibility and the Sherlock Holmes Stories.” Literature and Ethics: Questions of Responsibility in Literary Studies eds. Daniel Jernigan & others. NY: Cambria, 2009. 109-24.

 

Gloria Cook, Department of Music

Premiere Performance, Admiral of the Endless Sea. Harvard University.  October, 2010.

 

Creston Davis, Department of Philosophy and Religion

Davis, Creston. "Political Theory:  The Continental Shift." Political Theology (2010).

Millbank, John, Zizek Slavoj, and Creston Davis. Pauls' New Moment:  Continental Philosophy and the Future of Christian Theology. Brazos Press, 2010.

 

Zambrana, Díaz, Rosana, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures

Zambrana, Díaz, Rosana. Cinema Paraíso. San Juan: Isla Negra Editores, 2010.

Zambrana, Díaz, Rosana. "Introducción: Rodando en el Caribe." Isla Negra Editores (2010).

 

Hoyt Edge, Department of Philosophy and Religion

Edge, Hoyt. 2009. There is No Mind-Body Problem in Parapsychology, in Roe, C.A. In Utrecht II: Charting the future of Parapsychology eds. W. Kramer and K. Coly, 421-462. New York: Parapsychology Foundation, Inc.

 

Marc Fetscherin, Department of International Business and Crummer Graduate School of Business

Fetscherin, Marc, Ilan Alon, and J. P. Johnson. "Global Export Competitiveness of Chinese Industries." Asian Business & Management 9, no. 3 (2010): 401-24.

Fetscherin, M., H. Voss, P. Gugler. 2010. 30 Years of Foreign Direct Investment to China: An Interdisciplinary Literature Review. International Business Review.

Fetscherin, M., P. Marmier. 2010. Switzerland’s Nation Branding Initiative to Foster Science and Technology, Higher Education, and Innovation. Journal of Place Branding and Public Diplomacy.

Alon, Ilan, Christoph Latteman, Marc Fetscherin, Shaomin Li and Anna-Maria Schneider. 2010. Usage of Public Corporate Communications of Social Responsibility in Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC). International Journal of Emerging Markets 5 (1): 6-22.

Fetscherin, M., M. Toncar. 2009. Valuating Brand Equity and Product Related Attributes in the Context of the German Automobile Market. Journal of Brand Management Vol. 17 (2), 134-145.

Fetscherin, M., M. Toncar. 2009. Country of origin effect on the U.S. consumers’ brand perception of automobiles from China and India. Multinational Business Review Vol. 17 (2): 115-131.

 

Carol Frost, Department of English

The Rollins Book of Verse, 1885-2010. Edited by Carol Frost and Maurice O'Sullivan. Winter Park, FL:
Angel Alley Press, 2010.

Frost, Carol. “That was the Mind’s Wild Swarm Trapezing,” Triquarterly, Forty-Fifth Anniversary Issue (Spring 2010): 71.

Frost, Carol. “She Wears Geegaws from Relatives,” Triquarterly, Forty-Fifth Anniversary Issue (Spring 2010): 72.

Frost, Carol. “She Saw that the Tortured Dream Wrestled to the Floor,” Triquarterly, Forty-Fifth Anniversary Issue (Spring 2010): 73.

Frost, Carol. “I am a Person who Wanted it Otherwise,” Triquarterly, Forty-Fifth Anniversary Issue (Spring 2010): 74.

Frost, Carol. “Why are We Here Who owns the House,” Triquarterly, Forty-Fifth Anniversary Issue (Spring 2010): 75.

Frost, Carol. “The Mind’s Trick Mirror Has Made of Every Glimmer.” Triquarterly, Forty-Fifth Anniversary Issue, Spring 2010: 76.

Frost, Carol. “Erring shoe and sour bib,” The Kenyon Review (Spring 2010) Volume XXXII (2):48.

Frost, Carol. “The honeycomb is made from flowers,” The Kenyon Review (Spring 2010) Volume XXXII (2):48.

Frost, Carol. “All things are taken from us,” The Kenyon Review (Spring 2010) Volume XXXII (2):48.

 

Ted Gournelos, Department of Critical Media and Cultural Studies

Gournelos, Ted. “Disrupting the Public Sphere: Mediated Noise and Oppositional Politics.” In Error: Glitch, Noise, and Jam in New Media Cultures, by Mark Nunes. New York, NY: Continuum Press, 2010.

 

Michael Gunter, Department of Political Science

Gunter, Michael. "Lessons from a Dominican Republic Field Study." Journal of College Teaching & Learning, (2010): 15-24.

 

Paul B. Harris, Department of Psychology

Harris, Paul, and John Houston. "A Reliability Analysis of the Revised Competitive Index." Psychological Reports (2010): 870-74.

Harris, Paul B., John M. Houston. January 2010. Recklessness in Context Individual and Situational Correlates to Aggressive Driving. Environment and Behavior. 42 (1): 44-60.

 

Alicia Homrich, Graduate Studies in Counseling

Homrich, A. M. 2010. Gatekeeping for personal and professional competence in graduate counseling programs. Counseling and Human Development. 41(7):1-24.

 

John Houston, Department of Psychology

Harris, Paul B., John M. Houston. January 2010. Recklessness in Context Individual and Situational Correlates to Aggressive Driving. Environment and Behavior. 42 (1): 44-60.

Harris, Paul, and John Houston. "A Reliability Analysis of the Revised Competitive Index." Psychological Reports (2010): 870-74.

 

Jill Jones, Department of English

Jones, Jill. "Rights and Birthrights: The Mis-Reading of Jacob and Esau and the Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man." Florida Studies:
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Florida College English Association, (2010).

 

Ashley Kistler, Department of Anthropology

Ashley Kistler. "The House in the Market:  How Q’eqchi’ Market Women Convert Money and Commodities Into Persons and Personhood." The Global South (2010): 48-70.

Kistler, Ashley. "Discovering Aj Pop B’atz’: Collaborative Ethnography and the Exploration of Q’eqchi’." Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology 15, no. 2 (2010): 411-33.

 

Philip Kozel, Department of Economics

Kozel, Philip. 2010. Communities and Commodities: an Aristotelian view in Economic Pluralism eds. Robert Garnett, Erik Olsen, and Martha Starr, Routledge.

 

Susan Cohn Lackman, Department of Music

Susan Cohn Lackman. Admiral of the Endless Sea. 2010. Harvard University.

 

Julia Maskivker, Department of Political Science

Julia Maskivker. "Employment as a Limitation to Self-Ownership." The Human Rights Review 12, no. 1 (2010).

Julia Maskivker. "A Non-Cosmopolitan Case for Sovereign Debt
Relief." The Journal of Global Ethics 6, no. 1 (2010).

 

R. Matilde Mésavage, Department of Modern Languages & Literature

Mésavage, R. Matilde. Architectonique du jeu dans La joueuse de go de Shan Sa. Nouvelles Francographies Numéro spéécial 1 (Décember 2009): 79-90.

Mésavage, Matilde R. Medhi Ben Barka : mythe ouréalité, une reconstitution romanesque, Ahmed Beroho, Najib Redouane et Yvette Bénatoun-Szmidt L’Harmattan, Paris 2010, pp. 179-191.

Mésavage, Matilde R.  À la recherche d’une identité égarée : l’écriture engagée de Slimane Benaïssa , Diversité littéraire en Algérie, Najib Redouane  L’Harmattan, Paris, 2010, 52-63.

Mésavage, Matilde R.  À la recherche d’une identité égarée : l’écriture engagée de Slimane Benaïssa , Diversité littéraire en Algérie, Najib Redouane (s. la dir. de), L’Harmattan, Paris, 2010, 52-63.

 

Cecilia McInnis-Bowers, Department of International Business

McInnis-Bowers, Cecilia, Byron Chew, and Michael Bowers. Spring 2010. Using Reflective Thinking to Enhance Decision Skills, Cultural Sensitivity and Teamwork. Special Issue on Teaching Innovations of Marketing Education Review.

 

Robert Moore, Department of Anthropology

Moore, Robert, Eric Bindler, and David Pandich. "Language with Attitude:  American Slang and Chinese Liyu." Journal of Sociolinguistics 14,
no. 4 (2010): 524-38.

 

Thomas R. Moore, Department of Physics

Moore, Thomas, Ashley Cannday, and Sarah Zietlow. "Imaging of Vibrating Objects Using Speckle Subtraction Imaging." Journal of the Optical Society of America A 27 (2010): 1863-67.

 


Ryan Musgrave Department of Philosophy and Religion

Musgrave, Ryan. "Addams Philosophy of Art: Feminist Aesthetics and Moral Imagination at." Re-Reading the Canon:  Feminist Interpretations of Jane Addams (2010).

 

Maurice O’Sullivan, Deparment of English

The Rollins Book of Verse, 1885-2010. Edited by Carol Frost and Maurice O'Sullivan. Winter Park, FL: Angel Alley Press, 2010.

 

Rachel Newcomb, Department of Anthropology

Newcomb, Rachel. “Everything Must Go.” Blue Mesa Review 2009. 22.

 

Derrick A. Paladino, Graduate Studies in Counseling

Henriksen, R. C., and Paladino, D. A. 2009. Multicultural group activity: My multiple heritage identity in Group work experts share their favorite multicultural activities: A guide to diversity-competent choosing, planning, conducting, and processing ed. C. F. Salazar, Alexandria, VA: Association for Specialists in Group Work.

 

Valerie Peters, Department of Enviromental Studies

Peters, Valerie, Rua Mordecai, Ronald Carroll, Robert J Cooper and Russell Greenberg, R., “Bird Community Response to Fruit Energy.”  Journal of Animal Ecology 79, (2010) 824-835.

 

Maria Ruiz, Department of Psychology

Ruiz, Maria R. “Beyond the Mirrored Space: Time and Resistance in Feminist Theory.”  Behavior and Philosophy 37, (2010): 141 - 147.

 

Emily Russell, Department of English

Russell, Emily. “Some Assembly Required: The Embodied Politics of Infinite Jest.” Arizona Quarterly (2010): 66.3.

 

Marc Sardy, Department of International Business

Sardy, Marc, Mark Munoz, James Sun and Ilan Alon. 2010. Evaluating Dimensionality of Business Ethics in China. Competitiveness Review 20 (1): 6-31.

Sardy, Marc and Ilan Alon. 2010. Franchising as an Entrepreneurial Form. In Franchising Globally, Innovation Learning and Imitation, 1 ed. Ilan Alon, 36-53. Palgrave-Macmillan New York, NY.

 

Vaughn Schmutz, Department of Sociology

Alex van Venrooij, and  Vaughn Schmutz. "The Evaluation of Popular Music in the United States, Germany, and the Netherlands: A Comparison of the Use of High Art and Popular Aesthetic Criteria." Cultural Sociology (2010).

Vaughtn Schmutz, Alex van Venrooij, Susanne Janssen, and Marc Verboord. "Change and Continuity in Newspaper Coverage of Popular Music Since 1955: Evidence from the US, France, Germany, and the Netherlands." Popular Music and Society 33, no. 4 (2010): 501-15.

 

Rachel Simmons, Department of Art and Art History

Simmons, Rachel. “Artists Imagine a World Without Us.” Orlando Museum of Art Orlando, Fla. January-March 21, 2010.

Simmons, Rachel. “The Artful Scriptorium.” climate/gallery Long Island City, NY. April 2010.

Simmons, Rachel. “Rollins Faculty: Art in Chambers.” Orange County Commission Chambers Orlando, Fla. Spring 2010.

 

Kathryn Patterson Sutherland, Department of Biology

Sutherland, Kathryn P., James W. Porter, Jeffry W. Turner, Brian J. Thomas*, Erin E. Looney, Trevor P. Luna*, Meredith K. Meyers, J. Carrie Futch and Erin K. Lipp. 2010. Human sewage identified as a likely source of white pox disease of the threatened Caribbean elkhorn coral, Acropora palmata. Environmental Microbiology.

 

Patricia Tomé, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures

Tomé, Patricia. De amores y fundaciones transnacionales: Desde Punta Cana hasta Nueva Yol.  Cinema Paraíso. San Juan, Isla    Negra Editores, 2010. (426-446)

Tomé, Patricia. Introducción: Rodando en el Caribe. Cinema Paraíso. San Juan, Isla Negra Editores, 2010. (13-25)

 

Martina Vidovic, Department of Economics

Martina Vidovic. "Unemployment and Stability of Wage Determination: U.S. Versus New York State." New York Economic Review 41 (2010).

 

Tonia Warnecke, Department of Economics

Tonia Warnecke. "Positive Economic Freedom: An Enabling Role for International Labor Standards in Developing Countries?" Journal of Economic Issues 44, no. 2 (2010): 385-92.

 

Wenxian Zhang, Olin Library

Zhang, Wenxian, and Ilan Alon. "An Exploratory Case of High-Profile Female Entrepreneurs in the Chinese Economic Reform." International Journal of Current Chinese Studies 1 (2010): 27-44.

Zhang, Wenxian, and Ilan Alon.  "Tao of Downfall:  The Failures of High-Profile Entrepreneurs in the Chinese Economic Reform." International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business 11, no. 2 (2010): 121-34.

Zhang, Wenxian and Ilan Alon. 2010. A Preliminary Study on the Factors that Contributed to the Downfall of High-Profile Entrepreneurs During the Chinese Economic Reform in Thirty Years of China’s Economic Reform: Institutions, Management, Organizations and Foreign Investment, eds. Yue Wang and Prem Ramburuth, Chapter 1. Nova Publishers.

Zhang, Wenxian and Ilan Alon. 2010. The Rise of Female Entrepreneurs in China in Thirty Years of China’s Economic Reform: Institutions, Management, Organizations and Foreign Investment, eds. Yue Wang and Prem Ramburuth, Chapter 8. Nova Publishers.

 

*=Rollins student