Professors King and Case share conference honors with student co-authors
Oct 31, 2019 |
A paper authored by Darwin King, professor of accounting, and Dr. Carl Case, professor of business information systems, and two SBU students earned Distinguished Research awards at the fall conference of the Institute of Global Business Research, held Oct. 16-18 in Las Vegas.
The student co-authors are senior accounting majors Taylore Lunger from Nottingham, Pennsylvania, and Brianna Ragonese from Baldwinsville, New York. (Left and right, respectively, in photo.)
The paper, titled "A Review and Analysis of Fortune 100 Firms' Identified Risks," addresses a project that involved an analysis of the 2017 Fortune 100 firms' SEC 10-K reports, which require firms to describe all types of risks that they face.
"The conference attendees complimented Taylore and Briana on a very professional presentation of our paper," said King. "These young women represent the fifth and sixth students that I have involved in conference presentations over the last few years. I hope to attend a conference in the spring with another student who has been involved in research with Carl and me."