Volume 1, Issue 1, Summer 2007

 

Invited Papers

TAMU-T Student Papers Scholarly Papers
 

Invited Papers

Commencement Address to

TAMU-T Graduating Class,

Spring 2007 

 
Authors: Truman and Anita Arnold

The Elements of Leadership Essential to Deep Systemic Change 

 
Author: Dr. Larry Sullivan
 

Student Papers

Is NAFTA Dead?  
Author: Russell Cornelius
Professor: Patricia Humphrey, D.B.A.
Course: MGT 540 International Business
 
Virtual Economies: Capital Gains and Legal Liabilities Enter the Virtual World
Author: Michael C. Johnson
Professor: Charles L. McDonald, Jr., Ph.D.
Course: MIS528 Emerging Technologies in MIS
 
Research Project; CBRL Group, Inc.
Author: Michael Curt Langford
Professor: Joan Brumm, Ph.D.
Course: ACCT 526 Accounting for Managers
 
Backscatter Technology  
Author: Glenda Mendiola
Professor: Charles L. McDonald, Jr., Ph.D.
Course: MIS528 Emerging Technologies in MIS
 

Recent Trends in Artificial Intelligence

Author: Breanna Merenda
Professor: Charles L. McDonald, Jr., Ph.D.
Course: MIS528 Emerging Technologies in MIS
 

Wireless Networking

Author: Brent Money
Professor: Charles L. McDonald, Jr., Ph.D.
Course: MIS528 Emerging Technologies in MIS
 

Biofuels 

Author: Michael Retford
Professor: Charles L. McDonald, Jr., Ph.D.
Course: MIS528 Emerging Technologies in MIS
 
The National Security Personnel System (NSPS) 
Author: Angelina Sreves
Professor: Charles L. McDonald, Jr., Ph.D.
Course: MIS528 Emerging Technologies in MIS
 
Lean Six Sigma 
Author: Joanna S. Stephens
Professor: Charles L. McDonald, Jr., Ph.D.
Course: MIS528 Emerging Technologies in MIS
 
Nanotechnology 
Author: Hilary Taylor
Professor: Charles L. McDonald, Jr., Ph.D.
Course: MIS528 Emerging Technologies in MIS
 
RFID in Healthcare
Author: Jessica L. Wilkerson
Professor: Charles L. McDonald, Jr., Ph.D.
Course: MIS528 Emerging Technologies in MIS
 
 

Scholarly Papers

Placing Peterman: How a Brand Placement Effort Missed a Golden Opportunity for Success
Authors: Richard D. Parker and James A. Karrh

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Determinants of Executive Compensation: A Study of Executive Compensation in China 
Authors: Ying Wang and  William Stammerjohan