Works and Citations

Works – Refereed Publications (Back to 1999 only)

JOURNAL ARTICLES (REFEREED)

 

“The Eight Principles of the Microeconomics and Regulatory Future of Ticket Scalping, Ticket Brokers, and Secondary Ticket Markets,” with Stephen K. Happel, Journal of Law and Commerce 28(2): 115- 209 (2010).

 “The Sloppiness of Business Ethics,” Reason Papers 31:109-124(2009).

 “Of Candor and Conflicts:  What Were We Thinking?” CFA Institute Conference Proceedings Quarterly

    26(1): 29-29 (2009).

  “On Staying With Our Students,” Journal of Legal Studies Education 26(1):241-243 (2009).

 “Internal Control Audits: Judges’ Perceptions of the Credibility of the Financial Reporting Process and Likely Auditor Liability,” with Phillip M.J. Reckers,  Advances in Accounting      24(1): 182-190 (2008).

 “An Economic Analysis of Academic Dishonesty and Its Deterrence in Higher Education,” with Stephen K. Happel,  Journal of Legal Studies Education 25(2): 183-214 (2008).

 “Principle and Influence in Codes of Ethics:  A Centering Resonance Analysis Comparing Pre- and Post-Sarbanes-Oxley Codes of Ethics,”  with Heather Canary, Journal of Business Ethics 80:263-278 (2008). 

 “Disruptive Students:  A Liability, Policy, and Ethical Overview,” Journal of Legal Studies Education, with Heidi L. Noonan-Day.  24(2): 291-324 (2007).

 “When in Rome?” European Business Forum 31(4): 18-20 (2007).

 “Fraud Is the Moving Target, Not Corporate Securities Attorneys:  The Market Relevance of Firing Before Being Fired Upon and Not Being ‘Shocked, Shocked’ That Fraud Is Going On,” Washburn L.J. 46: 27- 73 (2006).

  “The Seven Signs of Ethical Collapse,” European Business Forum 25: 32-39 (2006).           

 “Strong Corporate Governance & Audit Firm Rotation: Effects on Judges’ Independence Perceptions and Litigation Judgments,” Accounting Horizons 23(3): 253 – 270 (2006), with Philip M.J. Reckers and Kurt Pany.

 “Duck When a Conflict of Interest Blinds You:  Judicial Conflicts of Interest in the Matters of Scalia and Ginsburg,”  University of San Francisco Law Review 39(4):873-928(2005), with Nim Razook.

 “Where Are Our Minds and What Are We Thinking?  Virtue Ethics for a ‘Perfidious’ Media,”  Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 19(2): 637-704 (2005).

 “Ethics and Investment Management:  True Reform,”  Financial Analysts Journal 61(3):45-58 (2005).

 “The Disconnect Between and Among Legal Ethics, Business Ethics, Law, and Virtue:  Learning Not to Make Ethics So Complex,”  University of St. Thomas Law Journal 1(2): 995-1040 (2004)

 “Managers Not MBAs:  A Hard Look at the Soft Practice of Managing and Management Development,”  Journal of Legal Studies Education 22(1): 99-101 (2004).

 “Incorporating Ethics and Professionalism into Accounting Education and Research:  A Discussion of the Voids and Advocacy for Training in Seminal Works in Business Ethics,” Issues in Accounting Education 19(1):1-26 (2004).

 “The Role of Purchasing in Corporate Social Responsibility:  A Structural Equation Analysis,”  Journal of Business Logistics 25(1): 145-186 (2004), with Craig Carter. 

 “Preventing Organizational Ethical Collapse,” Journal of Government Financial Management 53(1): 12-21(2004).

 “A Primer on Enron:  Lessons From A Perfect Storm of Financial Reporting, Corporate Governance and Ethical Culture Failures,”  California Western Law Review 39(2):  163-262 (2003).

 “Restoring Ethical Gumption in the Corporation:  A Federalist Paper on Corporate Governance – Restoration of Active Virtue in the Corporate Structure to Curb the ‘Yeehaw Culture’ in Organizations,” Wyoming Law Review 3(2):387-511 (2003).

 “Restoring Medicine to the Free Market:  Views of an Economist, Lawyer, Mother, and Patient,” Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons 8(4): 103-107 (2003).

  “The Post-Enron Era for Stakeholder Theory:  A New Look at Corporate Governance and the Coase  Theorem,”  with Stephen Happel, Mercer Law Review  54(1): 873-938 (2003).

                                                  

     “Logistics Social Responsibility:  An Integrative Framework,”  Journal of Business Logistics 23(1):  145-182 (2002) with Craig Carte

     “Creating a Futures Market for Major Event Tickets:  Problems and Prospects,” The Cato Journal    21(3):443-461 (2002) with Stephen Happel.

       “The Economics, Legalities and Ethics of Slotting Fees,”21 Journal of Law and Commerce 1 (2001),    with Robert Aalberts and Stephen Happel,.

       “Are Business Schools Anti-Business?” Across the Board 38(2): 29-37 (2001).

          “United States v. Morrison:  Where the Commerce Clause Meets Civil Rights and Reasonable Minds      Part Ways:  A Point and Counterpoint from a Constitutional and Social Perspective,”  New England Law Review 35(1): 23-68 (2000) with Nim Razook.

 ”Professional Education and Our Culture,” Academic Questions 13(2):10‑17 (2000).

 “That ‘M’ Word:  To Disclose or Not to Disclose – Materiality and Ethics in Financial Reporting,”Corporate Finance Review  4(5): 43-46 (2000).

 “Moral Disengagement and Lawyers:  Codes, Ethics, Conscience and Some Great Movies,”  Duquesne Law Review 37(2): 573-602 (2000).

 “I Want To Be Ethical, But the Law Won’t Let Me,” Corporate Finance Review 4(4): 34-38 (2000).

 ”Before Declaring Bankruptcy, Move to Florida and Buy a House: The Ethics and Judicial Inconsistencies of Debtor’s Conversions and Exemptions,” Southwestern University Law Review 28(3):439‑479 (1999), with John Norwood.

 ”What’s Happening in Business Schools?” The Public Interest 137:25‑ 41 (1999).

 ”The Ethics of Slotting: Is this Bribery, Facilitation or Just Plain Competition?” Journal of Business Ethics 20 (5): 207‑215 (1999), with Robert J. Aalberts.

 ”Ethics: Escaping the Either/Or Conundrum,” The Journal of Investment Consulting 1(1): viiiix December (1998).

 ”Business with a Soul: A Reexamination of What Counts in Business Ethics,” Hamline Journal of Law and Public Policy 20(1):1‑88 (1998), with Jon Entine.

 ”Teaching Stakeholder Theory: It’s For Strategy, Not Business Ethics,” Journal of Legal Studies Education 16(2):203‑226 (1998).

 ”Causality as an Influence on Hindsight Effects: An Empirical Examination of Judges’ Evaluation of Professional Audit Judgment,” Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, with Philip M.J. Reckers and D.J. Lowe, 17(2):143‑167 (1998).

 ”Why An International Code of Business Ethics Would Be Good for Business,” with Larry R. Smeltzer, Journal of Business Ethics 17(1):57‑66 (1998).

 ”Clarity of Judgment During Amoral Times in a Society Addicted to Codified Law,” Otolaryngology ‑ Head and Neck Surgery 117 (1):1‑6 (1997).

 ”The Model Rules and the Code of Professional Responsibility Have Absolutely Nothing To Do With Ethics,” Wisconsin Law Review 1996(6):1223‑1254 (1996).

 ”Why Corporate Boards Don’t Work,” Journal of Law and Commerce 12 (1):85‑111 (1992).

National Citations

  • Diana Ransom, “The Black Market In College-Graduation Tickets,” Wall Street Journal, May 8, 2007, pp. D1, D3.
  • Alan B. Krueger, “Wait Till Next Year, but Lock In the Ticket Price Now,”, New York Times, February 2, 2006, p. C3.
  • Morgan Wetzel, “The Virtues of Compliance Over Complaint,” Financial Times, January 15, 2006.
  • Morgan Wetzel, “How To Respond When Only Bribe Money Talks,” Financial Times, July 11, 2005.
  • “Corporate Governance Ratings: How Good Are They?” CFA Magazine, May/June 2004.
  • “Recommended Reading from Business Leaders,” Business Week Online, April 10, 2003.
  • “Former GE Chief Has ‘Met His Match’ in Divorce Court,” Los Angeles Times, Sept. 17, 2002, A1.
  • “Assailing, defending media’s role,” Chicago Tribune, July 28, 2002, BUS 1.
  • “Programs to reward directors’ charities decline,” Director’s Alert, October 2001, p.2).
  • “Seven Lessons About Super Bowl Ticket Prices,” New York Times, February 1, 2001, C2.
  • “Ethical Issues with the Incredible Hulk,”Los Angeles Times, July 5, 2000, E-2 (interview on the ethics of SUVs).
  • “Ca-Ching,” Forbes, June 12, 2000, pp. 84-85 (interview on ethics and legalities of slotting).
  • “Generational Warfare,” Forbes, March 23, 1999, p. 62 (interview on teaching business students).
  • “Whose Standards?” World Magazine (interview on ethical standards in the United States), Nov. 20, 1999.
  • “Where Are the Gloves? They Were Stocklifted by a Rival Producer,” Wall Street Journal, May 15, 1998, A1.
  • “All for One, One for All and Every Man for Himself,” New York Times, February 22, 1998, BUl .
  • “Warming the Cold Heart of Business,” Gail Dutton, Management Review, June, 1997, pp. 1819.
  • “What Business Are We In?” Gail Dutton, Management Review, September, 1997, p. 54.
  • “That So-Called Pythagoreas,” John Leo, U.S. News & World Report, May 26, 1997, p 14.
  • “Disney UnderSiege,” U.S. News & World Report, July 14, 1997, pp. 45-56.
  • “President Clinton’s Mandate for Fuzzy Math,” Wall Street Journal, June 11, 1997, A 22.
  • “The Latest Education Disaster,” Lynne V. Cheney, Weekly Standard, August 4, 1997, pp. 25-29.
  • “This is Math?” Time, August 25, 1997, pp. 66-67.
  • “The Social Cost of Offshore Sourcing,” Purchasing Today, November, 1997 pp. 47-50.
  • “Does You Child Need a Tutor?” Newsweek, March 30, 1998, pp. 46-53.
  • Yumiko Ono, “Where Are the Gloves? They Were Stocklifted by a Rival Producer,” Wall Street Journal, May 15, 1998, Al.
  • Adam Bryant, “All for One, One for All and Everyman for Himself,” New York Times, February 22, 1998, D 1.

Works as a Contributing Editor

“From the Courts: The Norman Conquest Rises Again in the Real Estate Docket,” Real Estate Law Journal 39(3): 329-339(2010).

 “The Preventable Hindsight Bias,” New Perspectives 29(4): 24-25 (2010).

 “What Did You Do in the Past Year That Bothered You?” New Perspectives 29(3):36-40(2010).

 “From the Courts:  Math, Foreclosure, Priorities, and Other Nastiness in This Era of Default,”

Real Estate Law Journal 39(2): 173-180(2010).

 “The Goldman Standards and Shades of Gray,” Corporate Finance Review 15(1): 35-41(2010).

“From the Courts:  The City North Decision,”  Real Estate Law Journal 39(1): 82-88(2010).

 “The Employee We Ignore, the Signs We Miss, and the Reality We Avoid,” Corporate Finance Review 14(6):42-44(2010).

 “The Lessons From Galleon Hedge Fund and the Insider Trading Ring,” Corporate Finance Review 14(5):43-45(2010).

 “A Time for Mortgages,” Real Estate Law Journal 38(4): 454-461(2010).

 “Is Acquittal the New Ethical Standard?” Corporate Finance Review 14(4):43-47 (2010).

 “Even When We Miss the Decision Tree, There Are Still Some Telltale Signs to Heed,” Internal Auditor 24(6): 21-26 (2009) (reprint of Corporate Finance Review article).

 “Ethics Offshore,” Corporate Finance Review 14(2):42-45 (2009).

 “What Was He Thinking?  And How Come Everyone Missed His Thought Processes?” New Perspectives 28(4):18-27(2009).

 “Let There Be Light,” Real Estate Law Journal 38(3):349-357(2009).

 ‘Even When We Miss the Decision Tree, There Are Still Some Telltale Signs to Heed,” Corporate Finance Review 14(1):42-45 (2009).

 “The Lessons of Susan Boyle for Ethics Programs,” New Perspectives 28(3):12-13 (2009).

 “Fish, Game, Denied Mortgage Loans, and an Attorney General,” Real Estate Law Journal 38(2):193-202(2009)

 “On Shareholder Value,” Corporate Finance Review 13(6):35-40 (2009).

 “Misrepresentation, Silent and Otherwise, in Liens, Sales, and Otherwise,” Real Estate Law Journal 38(1):66-74(2009).

 “Of Puzzles and Faint Signals,” New Perspectives 28(2):14-16 (2009).

 “Paying Attention to Our Steps and Those Signs Again,” Corporate Finance Review 13(5): 40-45 (2009).

 “Tension in Real Estate,” Real Estate law Journal 37(4):304-311 (2009).

 “If I Were Going Forward,” Corporate Finance Review 13(4):37-40 (2009).

 “A Conflict Is a Conflict Is a . . . Redux,“  New Perspectives 28(1) 14-15 (2009).

 “The Need for Firewalls Between Business, Government, and Social Responsibility,” Corporate Finance Review 37(3):38-42 (2008).

 “Firing the Rock Star,” New Perspectives 27(4):24-25 (2008).

 “A Potpourri of Foreclosures,” Real Estate Law Journal 37(3): 175-185 (2008).

 “’How Did We End Up in This Spot?’” Corporate Finance Review 13(2):36-40 (2008).

 “Buyer Beware of Parol,”  Real Estate Law Journal 37(2):200-208 (2008).

 “This Stuff Just Wants Out There,”  New Perspectives 27(3): 11, 27 (2008).

 “What Was Different About Companies With Lower Levels of Subprime Losses?” Corporate Finance Review 13(1):35-40(2008).

 “There’s No Such Thing as a Rogue Trader,” Corporate Finance Review 12(6): 40-46(2008).

 “Standing in the Wings:  When Third Parties Help with Earnings Management,” Corporate Finance Review 12(5):38-45(2008).

 “A Conflict Is a Conflict Is a Conflict . . . ,”  New Perspectives 27(1): 32-33 (2008).

  “Of Boundaries, Surveys, and Prescriptive Easements,”  Real Estate Law Journal 37(1): 56-62 (2008).

 “Some Thoughts on Ethics, Governance, and Markets:  A Look at the Subprime Saga,” Corporate Finance Review 12(4):40-46(2008).

 “The Subprime Mortgage Foreclosure Mess,” Real Estate Law Journal 36(4):454-463 (2008).

 “The Seven Signs of Ethical Collapse: Taking Action that Can Stop the Inexorable March,” New Perspectives 26(4): 21-25 (2007).

 “The Lessons of the Subprime Lending Market,” Corporate Finance Review 12(3):44-48 (2007)

 “Mortgage Follies,” Real Estate Law Journal 36(3):319-326 (2007).

 “Criminals, Landowners, and Landlords:  The Evolution of Liability of the Second and Third for the First,” Real Estate Law Journal 36(2): 180-190 (2007).

 “Five Years Out From Sarbanes-Oxley:  The Flaws of the Dashboard Mentality on Ethics and Governance,”  Corporate Finance Review 11(6):  44-48 (2007). Reprinted in:

Internal Auditing, 22(4):20-24 (2007).

 “Oh, What Times Are These!  Of Brokers, Tourette’s Syndrome, and Not Even Being Close on Fiduciary Duty,” Real Estate Law Journal 36(1): 39-48 (2007).

 “That Tone-at-the-Top Thing: Tin-Eared Executives and the Ethical Issues Lost in Translation,” Corporate Finance Review 12(2): 44-48 (2007). Reprinted in Internal Auditing 22(6): 31-36 (2007).

 “The Year in Review 2006:  Best of the Courts 2006,” Real Estate Law Journal  35(4): 586-597 (2007).

 “That Tone-at-the-Top Thing: Tin-Eared Executives and the Ethical Issues Lost in Translation – Part II,” Corporate Finance Review 12(1): 42-46 (2007).

 “When You Have Made a Mistake,”  Corporate Finance Review 11(5): 44-48 (2007).

 “Come See the Harder Side of Soft Dollars,” Corporate Finance Review 11(4): 44-48 (2007).

 “Just Because It’s Legal:  A Half-Dozen Aesop’s Fable-Like Lessons of Hewlett-Packard’s Skullduggery,” Financial Engineering 53: 11, 18 (2007).

 “The Tax Man Cometh, Ex Ante and Post Hoc:  Jones v. Flowers, 126 S. Ct. 1708 (2006),”Real Estate Law Journal 35(3):442-449 (2006).

 “Nothing Illegal, But, Oh, the Ethical Issues,” Financial Engineering, November/December 2006: 29-38.

 “Of Neighbors, Owner Occupation, and Residential Testiness,” Real Estate Law Journal 35(2): 287-292 (2006).

 “Why Do Smart Businesspeople Do Ethically Dumb Things?” Corporate Finance Review 11(3): 38-42 (2006).

 “Stock Options: What Happened Here?” Corporate Finance Review 11(2): 44-48 (2006).

 “It’s a Gray Area,” Financial Engineering, July/August 2006: 15-16.

 “How a CFO Can Tell When Ethical and Legal Troubles Loom,” Corporate Finance Review 11(1): 43-47 (2006).

 “Real Estate Commission:  Of Writings, Fraud, and the Continual Desire for Exceptions,” Real Estate Law Journal 35(1): 145-158 (2006).

 “In Their Own Words:  What We Learn About Ethical Lapses and Their Prevention From the Hindsight of Those Who Committed Them,” Corporate Finance Review 10(6): 44-48 (2006).

 “How Ethics Trumps Market Inefficiencies and Thwarts the Need for Regulation,” Corporate Finance Review 10(5):36-41 (2006).

 “The Wrong Emphasis:  Expending Productive Dollars and Effort on Creating an Ethical Culture,” Financial Engineering, May/June 2006: 15-20.

 “Curbing the Either/Or Conundrum,” Financial Engineering, March/April 2006: 13-14.

 “Reposing: An Evolving Issue,” Real Estate Law Journal 34(4): 470-483 (2006).

 “Taking Ethics Programs to the Next Level:  Why CFOs Are Critical,”  Corporate Finance Review 10(3): 38-42 (2005).

 “From the Courts:  Telecom Towers and Preemption,”  Real Estate Law Journal 34(3):342-348 (2005).

  “The Legal vs. Ethical Distinction and Why We Care,”  Corporate Finance Review 10(2): 42-47(2005).

 “NIMBYs, BANANAs, LULUs, NOPEs, and NOWMPs:  The Erupted World of Eminent Domain (The Boiling Stage or Part II),”  Real Estate Law Journal 34(2):206-220 (2005).

 “Does Officer Personal Conduct Matter When It Comes to Company Ethics?”  Corporate Finance Review 10(1):43-46 (2005).

 “When the Initial Decision is Flawed,”  Financial Engineering News 46 (Nov-Dec):5 (2005).

 “Tippecanoe and Anticompetitive Covenants, Too!”  Real Estate Law Journal 34(1):77-83(2005).

 “A Blind Eye and Winking Tolerance:  Correcting Corrupt Corporate Cultures,”  Corporate Finance Review 9(6):41-45 (2005).

 “Conspicuous Governance Failures:  Why Sarbanes-Oxley Is Not An Ethics Warranty,”  Corporate Finance Review 9(5): 41-47 (2005).

 “NIMBYs, BANANAS, LULUs, NOPEs, and NOWMPs:  The Percolating World of Eminent Domain (The Par Boil Stage or Part I,”  Real Estate Law Journal 33(4): 445-457 (2005).

 “The Ethical Lessons of Marsh & McLennan,” Corporate Finance Review 9(4):43-48 (2005).

 “The Seven Deadly Sins of Corporate Ethics Programs,”  Internal Auditing  20(1):24-28 (2005) (reprinted from Corporate Finance Review).

 “Dog Bites and Lamp Flies:  The Increasingly Bizarre World of Real Estate Broker Liability for Property Conditions,”  Real Estate Law Journal 33(3):307-316 (2004).

 “The Seven Deadly Sins of Corporate Ethics Programs,” Corporate Finance Review 9(3): 45-48 (2004).

 “Bees Are Not Land and Home Inspection Liability Limitation Clauses Are Unconscionable,”  Real Estate Law Journal 33(1): 70-80 (2004).

 “Stop the Madness:  Just Do the Right Thing,”  Corporate Finance Review 9(2):  43-45(2004).

 “Acquittals, Convictions, and Ethics, Corporate Finance Review 9(1): 43-48 (2004).

 “Parmalat:  Ethical Collapse Goes Global,”  Corporate Finance Review 8(5): 43-46 (2004).

 “Multiple Listing Services – Antitrust and Policy,”  Real Estate Law Journal 32(2): 140-149 (2003).

 “Ethics and Non-GAAP Financial Reporting,” Corporate Finance Review 8(3): 43-46 (2003).

“Quantum Meruit Rises Again,”  Real Estate Law Journal 32 (1): 272-285 (2003).

 “The Ethics Lessons of HealthSouth,” Corporate Finance Review 8(1): 44-48 (2003).

 “Arbitration and Cohabitation,” Real Estate Law Journal 31(4): 337-347 (2003).

 “Ineffectual Whistleblowing,” Corporate Finance Review 7(5): 39-38 (2003).

 “Have No Fear Financial Officers:  Ethics and Common Sense Will See You Through,”  Corporate  Finance Review 7(3): 42-48 (2002).

“Where Was the Audit Committee?” Corporate Finance Review 6(6): 45-48 (2002); reprinted as

“Where Was the Audit Committee?”  Internal Auditing 17(3):42-45 (2002).

“The Ethical Lessons of Enron and Finova,” Corporate Finance Review 6(5): 37-46 (2002).

“The Ethics of Materiality in Financial Reporting,”  Internal Auditing 17(1): 22-27 (2002).

 “The Emotional Distress of Property Damage,” Real Estate Law Journal 30(4): 324-332 (2002).

 “The Ethics of Confrontation: The Virtues and Vice in Remaining Silent,” Corporate Finance  Review 6(4): 42-46 (2002).

 “Eminent Domain Is Not What It Used to Be,” Real Estate Law Journal 30(3): 232-241 (2002).

 “The Ethics of Materiality in Financial Reporting,” Corporate Finance Review 6(3): 37-42 (2001).

 “From the Courts:  Real Property Disclosures,” Real Estate Law Journal 30(2): 39-44 (2001).

 “A Post Mortem on the Dot Com Economy:  Basic Values Forgotten.” Corporate Finance Review 6(2):  42-48 (2001)

  ”Lessons on Ethical Culture From Morgan Stanley Dean Witter,” Corporate Finance Review 5(7): 41-44 (2001).

 “The Ethics of Business in China,” Corporate Finance Review 5(6): 42-45 (2001).

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