Michael Shurden

Michael Shurden

  • Professor of Business Administration, College of Business
  • MSM Program Coordinator, College of Business
M 53 Carnell Learning Center
Education

D.B.A.,   Louisiana Tech University (1987)

M.B.A.,   Delta State University (1982)

B.B.A.,   Delta State University (1978)

Publications
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. (2018).  Tablets versus Smart Phones: The Battle of the Century.   Journal of Marketing Development and Competitiveness, 11 (4), 28-33.
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. C. (2017).  Purchase Decisions for High Involvement Products: The New Generation of Buyers.   Journal of Marketing Development and Competitiveness.
  • Shurden, M. C., Santandreu, J., & Shurden, S. B. (2016).  An Application of Partial Least Squares Path Analysis to Student Satisfaction.   Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 20 (2), 51-61.
  • Garlick, J., Shurden, S., & Shurden, M. (2013).  Can the Dominant Trait Indicator Predict Success in A Financial Accounting Principles Course? A Preliminary Look.   Journal of Modern Accounting and Auditing, 9 (5), 602-608.
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, S., & Shurden, M. (2012).  The Complexity of Communication in a Course Environment: A Case Study.   Journal of Case Studies in Education, 2.
  • Shurden, S., Shurden, M., & Santandreu, J. (2010).  How Student Perceptions of Ethics Can Lead to Future Business Behavior.   Journal of Legal,Ethical, and Regulatory Issues, 13 (1).
  • Shurden, S., Santandreu, J., & Shurden, M. (in press, 2010).  Ethic's Askew: A Case Study of Ethics in an Educational Environment.   Contemporary Issues in Education Research.
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, M., & Smith, S. (2009).  Technological Advances and Acceleration of the globalization process: A Management/Marketing Perspective.   Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences.
  • Shurden, M. C., Shurden, S. B., & Cagwin, D. (2008).  A Comparative Study of Ethical Values of business Students: American vs. Middle Eastern Cultures.   Journal of College Teaching & Learning.
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, M., & Smith, S. (2007).  A Marketing Orientation in a Dynamic Business Environment: The Case of Small Business.   Coastal Business Journal, 6 (1), 1-10.
  • Rhodes, D., Emery, C., Tian, R., Shurden, M., Tolbert, S., Simon Oertel
  • Maria Antonova (2005).  A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Leader Ethics.   Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications & Conflict, 9 (1), 87-103.
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. (2004).  Business Education and Technology: Observations on the Use of Personal Digital Assistants (pdas) by Domestic and International Educators.   Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 8 (3), 1-9.
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, M., & Emery, C. (2004).  The Use of Personal Digital Assistants in Higher Education.   Business Education Digest, 13 (1), 1-13.
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. (2003).  The Influence of Simulations on the Quality of the Learning Experience: A Faculty Perspective.   Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 7 (1), 37-42.
  • Emery, C. & Shurden, M. (2002).  Communicating Employee Value in Flexible Employee Benefit Plans: An Application of the Special Constrained Multiparametric Linear Program.   Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications & Conflict, 6 (2), 73-80.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (2001).  Gender Issues in the Student Rating of School of Business Instructors at a Regional University.   Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 5 (2), 39-45.
  • Caines, R., Cangelosi, J., & Shurden, M. (1999).  Variation in the Student Ratings of School of Business Instructors: A Regional University Example.   Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 3 (2), 53-62.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1998).  Part-Time Business Faculty: Are Students Getting Their Money’s Worth?   Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 2 (1), 52-57.
  • Shurden, M. (1998).  Application of the Special Constrained Multiparameteric Linear Program to Site Location.   Allied Journal of Information and Management Sciences, 1 (2), 14-22.
  • Little, P., Shurden, M., & Wibker, E. (1997).  Application of the Special Constrained Multiparametric Linear Program to Portfolio Selection Decisions.   The Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, 1 (2), 116-123.
  • Grider, D. & Shurden, M. (1987).  The Gathering Storm of Comparable Worth.   Business Horizons, 30 (4), 81-86.
Presentations

Conference Proceedings 

  • Shurden, S., Shurden, M., & Santandreu, J. (2018).  AACSB: DO THE BENEFITS OUTWEIGH THE COSTS? A Perspective of Faculty and Students.   International Academic Conference on Business (IACB).
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, S., & Shurden, M. (2018).  Tablets versus Traditional Laptops: And the Winner is...   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS).
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. (2017).  Tablet Vs. Smart Phones: The Battle of the Century.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS).
  • Bilbrey, J. & Shurden, M. C. (2017).  The Need for Consistency and Reproducibility in Financial Market Research.   Southeast InfORMS annual Conference.
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. (2016).  Purchase Decisions for High Involvement Product: The New Generation of Buyers.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS).
  • Shurden, M., Shurden, J., & Shurden, S. (2016).  An Application of Partial Least Squares Path Analysis to Student Satisfaction.   Clute Institute Applied Business Research Conference, Orlando FL.
  • Shurden, M., Santandreu, J., Shurden, S., Mlinar, M., & Barrett, R. (2015).  A STUDY OF THE SATISFACTION LEVEL OF BUSINESS STUDENTS WITH REGARD TO GENDER, CLASSIFICATION, AND EMPHASIS.   SEINFORMS.
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, M., & Chambers, T. (2015).  Student Interaction in a Teaching Environment: Potential Opportunities for Differentiation.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS).
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, M., Shurden, S., & Garlick, J. (2014).  A Study of the Ethical Perceptions of Business Students Between Three Major Disciplines.   Southeast InFORMS.
  • Shurden, M. C., Shurden, S. B., & Garlick, J. (2014).  Perceptions of Business Students versus Nonbusiness Students Regarding Academic Integrity in Higher Education.   Clute Institute International Academic Conference – 2014 - Orlando, FL.
  • Shurden, S., Shurden, M., Santandreu, J., & Garlick, J. (2014).  A Study of the Relationship Between Grades and Ethical Issues Among Business Students in an Educational Environment.   International Technology, Education, and Development Conference.
  • Shurden, M. C., Santandreu, J., & Garlick, J. (2013).  Issues in Academic Integrity: Improving Academic Honor Codes.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS).
  • Garlick, J., Shurden, S. B., & Shurden, M. C. (2012).  Can the Dominant Trait Indicator Predict Success in A Financial Accounting Principles Course? A Preliminary Look.   Clute Institute.
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. (2012).  Tablets in Business Education: Student Experiences and Expectations.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS).
  • Shurden, M. C., Shurden, S., & Garlick, J. (2012).  A Study of the Impact of Unethical Behavior among Business Students in an Educational Environment.   Southeast InfORMS.
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, S., & Shurden, M. (2011).  Are Student Labs Reaching the Point of No Return: A Decision Time.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS).
  • Shurden, S. B. & Shurden, M. C. (2011).  An Integrative Research Review: Factors Contributing to the Gender Pay Gap Among Faculty in Higher Education.   Southeast InFORMS.
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, S., & Shurden, M. (2010).  The Complexity of Communication in a Course Environment: A Case Study.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS).
  • Shurden, S. & Shurden, M. (2010).  Federal Educational Rights & Privacy Acts: A Historical Perspective.   Allied Academies Internet Conference.
  • Shurden, S. & Shurden, M. (2010).  Interpretative Policy Analysis: Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) Accreditation Policy.   Southeast InfORMS annual Conference.
  • Shurden, S., Santandreu, J., & Shurden, M. (2010).  Ethic's Askew: A Case Study of Ethics in an Educational Environment.   Clute Institute.
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, M., & Shurden, S. (2009).  Monitoring Ethics in Business Education: A Learning Experience.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS).
  • Shurden, S., Natvig, D., & Shurden, M. (2009).  The Pros and Cons of Accreditation: Faculty and Student Perceptions.   Southeast InfORMS.
  • Shurden, S., Shurden, M., & Santandreu, J. (2009).  How Student Perceptions of Ethics Can Lead to Future Business Behavior.   Allied Academies Internet Conference.
  • Shurden, M., Shurden, S., & Cagwin, D. (2008).  A Comparative Study of Ethical Values of Business Students: American versus Middle Eastern Cultures.   Clute Institute Applied Business Research Conference, Orlando FL.
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, M., & Shurden, S. (2008).  BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS / PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS: MOTIVATIONAL STRATEGIES TO ENHANCE STUDENT INVOLVEMENT.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS).
  • Shurden, S., Shurden, M., & Santandreu, J. (2008).  Ethics in Business Education: Progress Report.   Southeast InfORMS annual Conference.
  • Benton, J., Shurden, M., & Shurden, S. (2007).  Financial Illiteracy: The Stress Factor.   Allied Academies, National Conference.
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, M., & Shurden, S. (2007).  Student Business Organizations: Involvement Strategies and Expectations.   Southeast InfORMS.
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, M., & Shurden, S. (2007).  College Students and Internet Usage: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS).
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, M., & Shurden, S. (2006).  Business Students Ethical Values: A Comparison with Executive Perceptions.   Academic Business World International Conference.
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. C. (2006).  Brand Recognition and Loyalty: Does it Work for the New Generation.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS).
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, M., & Shurden, S. (2006).  Ethical Perception of Business Students: Demographic and Classification Differences.   Southeast InfORMS annual Conference.
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. (2005).  Student Interests: An Avenue to Increase Satisfaction.   Allied Academies, National Conference, 10 (1), 55-58.
  • Santandreu, J. C. & Shurden, M. C. (2005).  Product Branding Relevancy: A New Generation's Perspective.   Southeast InfORMS.
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, M., & Smith, S. (2005).  Technological Advances and the Acceleration of the Globalization Process: A Management/Marketing Perspective.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS).
  • Shurden, M., Smith, S., & Tolbert, S. (2005).  Faculty Evaluations: The Effects of Class Size and Length of Class Period.   The Ciber Institute's Teaching and Learning Conference .
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, M., & Smith, S. (2004).  Management survival in a Complex Small Business Environment: A Marketing Perspective.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS), Pani Chakrapani.
  • Emery, C., Shurden, M., & Tolbert, S. (2004).  A Study of Effective Leadership Characteristics Within Different Countries.   Allied Academies, National Conference.
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. (2004).  A Different Kind of Talk: The Business Students’ Perspective on a Second Language.   Southeast InfORMS.
  • Caines, R., Shurden, M., & Sridharan, U. (2003).  Variation in Student Ratings of Instructors of Economics and Finance.   Southeast InfORMS.
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. (2003).  Technology in Business Education: Perceptions on the Future Use of Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) by Business Faculty and Students.   Southeast InfORMS.
  • Emery, C., Paige, R., & Shurden, M. (2003).  Baselining International Awareness in Undergraduate Business Education.   Allied Academies, National Conference.
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. (2003).  Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) in Higher Education: The Future.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS).
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. (2003).  Business Education and Technology: Observations on the use of Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) by Domestic and International Educators.   Allied Academies, National Conference.
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. (2002).  The Influence of Simulations on the Quality of the Learning Experience: The International Faculty Perspective.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS).
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. (2002).  Palm 101: The Usage of PDA’s by Business Faculty.   Southeast InfORMS.
  • Caines, R., Emery, C., & Shurden, M. (2002).  The Application of Control Charts in Student Evaluations.   Allied Academies, National Conference.
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, M., & Smith, S. (2002).  The use of Simulations in the Learning Experience: International vs. Domestic Faculty.   Allied Academies, National Conference.
  • Shurden, M. (2001).  A Mutual Fund Application of the Special Constrained Multiparametric Linear Programming Model.   Allied Academies Internet Conference, 47-52.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (2001).  State Per Capita Income Inequality in the 1990’s – Return to Long Term Trend.   Southeast InfORMS.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (2000).  International Trade and the South Carolina Economy.   Southeast InfORMS.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (2000).  Gender Issues in the Student Ratings of School of Business Instructors at a Regional University.   Allied Academies, National Conference.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1999).  Variation in the Student Ratings of School of Business Instructors: The Gender Gap.   Southeast InfORMS.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1999).  Variation in the Student Ratings of School of Business Instructors: A Regional University Example.   Southeast InfORMS.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1998).  State Per Capita Income Inequality in the 1990’s – Return to Long Run Trend.   Midsouth Academy of Economics and Finance.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1998).  An Examination of the South Carolina Economy Using Control Charts.   Southeast InfORMS.
  • Little, P., Shurden, M., & Wibker, E. (1997).  Application of the Special Constrained Multiparametric Linear Program to Portfolio Selection Decisions.   Allied Academies, International Conference.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1997).  County Income Changes in South Carolina 1960 - 1995.   Southeast TIMS.
  • Shurden, M. (1997).  Application of the Special Constrained Multiparametric Linear Program to Site Location.   Allied Academies Internet Conference.
  • Little, B., Little, P., & Shurden, M. (1996).  FASB 106 Is Not The Only Factor In Post Retirement Benefits.   Southeast Decision Sciences.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1995).  TQC: Total Quality Classroom.   Southeast TIMS.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1995).  Local Option Sales Tax: The South Carolina Experience.   Southeast TIMS.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1994).  A Comparison of Economic Growth for the Counties of South Carolina with Emphasis on the Coastal Counties.   Southeast TIMS.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1993).  An Economic Analysis of Growth, Income, and Distribution in Arkansas: 1960 - 1990.   Midsouth Academy of Economics and Finance.
  • Caines, R., Little, P., & Little, M. (1993).  Income Inequality Across the Regions of the United States: 1960 - 1990.   Southeast TIMS.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1992).  An Economic Analysis of Growth, Income, and Distribution in Alabama: 1960-1985.   Midsouth Academy of Economics and Finance.
  • Little, P., Shurden, M., & Shurden, S. (1991).  Transfer Pricing For Tax Minimization in an International Context.   American Accounting Association Southeast Regional Meeting.
  • Little, P. & Shurden, M. (1991).  An Application of Parametric Programming to Capital Budgeting Decisions.   Southeast Decision Sciences.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1991).  An Economic Analysis of Growth, Income, and Distribution in Louisiana: 1960-1985,.   Midsouth Academy of Economics and Finance.
  • Calloway, J., Little, P., Shurden, M., & Wells, S. (1990).  Expert System Enhancement of Group Decision Support Systems for Distributive Bargaining.   Southeast TIMS.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1990).  An Economic Analysis of Growth, Income, and Distribution in Mississippi: 1960-1985.   Midsouth Academy of Economics and Finance.
  • Little, P., Shurden, M., & Wells, S. (1989).  A Facility Location Application of the Special Constrained Multiparametric Linear Program.   Southeast TIMS.
  • Grider, D., Shurden, M., & Wibker, E. (1989).  The Special Constrained Multiparametric Linear Program: An Application to the Catfish Pond Size Problem.   Southeast Decision Sciences.
  • Little, P. & Shurden, M. (1988).  A Portfolio Management Application of The Special Constrained Multiparametric Linear Program Model.   Southeast TIMS.
  • Shurden, M. C. & Shurden, S. (2006).  A Comparative Study of Ethical Values of Business Students Enrolled in Private vs. Public Colleges.   The Ciber Institute's Teaching and Learning Conference.
  • Shurden, M., Smith, S., & Tolbert, S. (2002).  Analysis of the difference in Student Ratings Based on Class Size and Class Length.   Allied Academies, National Conference.
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. (2001).  The Influence of Simulations on the Quality of the Learning Experience: A Faculty Perspective.   Allied Academies, National Conference, 84.
  • Emery, C. & Shurden, M. (2001).  Determining Employee Value in Flexible Employee Benefit Plans: An Application of a Special Constrained Multiparametric Linear Program.   Allied Academies, National Conference, 77.
  • Little, P., Shurden, M., & Wells, S. (1990).  A Facility Location Application of the Special Constrained Multiparametric Linear Program.   Southeast Decision Sciences.
  • Little, P., Shurden, M., & Wibker, E. (1989).  A Portfolio Management Application of the Special Constrained Multiparametric Linear Program Model Using Mutual Fund Data.   Decision Sciences Institute, National Conference.

Presentations 

  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, S., & Shurden, M. (2017). Tablets versus Traditional Laptops: And the Winner is...   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS), Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Shurden, S., Shurden, M., & Santandreu, J. (2017). AACSB: DO THE BENEFITS OUTWEIGH THE COSTS? A Perspective of Faculty and Students.   International Academic Conference on Business (IACB), Buena Vista, Florida.
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. (2016). Purchase Decisions for High Involvement Product: The New Generation of Buyers.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS), Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Shurden, M., Shurden, J., & Shurden, S. (2016). An Application of Partial Least Squares Path Analysis to Student Satisfaction.   Clute Institute Applied Business Research Conference, Orlando FL, Buena Vista, Florida.
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, M., & Chambers, T. (2015). Student Interaction in a Teaching Environment: Potential Opportunities for Differentiation.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS), Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Shurden, S., Shurden, M., Santandreu, J., & Garlick, J. (2014). A Study of the Relationship Between Grades and Ethical Issues Among Business Students in an Educational Environment.   International Technology, Education, and Development Conference, Velencia, Spain.
  • Shurden, M. C., Shurden, S. B., & Garlick, J. (2014, January). Perceptions of Business Students versus Nonbusiness Students Regarding Academic Integrity in Higher Education.   Clute Institute International Academic Conference – 2014 - Orlando, FL, Buena Vista, Florida.
  • Garlick, J., Shurden, S., & Shurden, M. (2012, January). Can the Dominant Trait Indicator Predict Success in A Financial Accounting Principles Course? A Preliminary Look.   Clute Institute, Buena Vista, Florida.
  • Shurden, S., Santandreu, J., & Shurden, M. (2010, January). Ethic's Askew: A Case Study of Ethics in an Educational Environment.   Clute Institute, Buena Vista, Florida.
  • Shurden, M., Shurden, S., & Cagwin, D. (2008, January). A Comparative Study of Ethical Values of Business Students: American versus Middle Eastern Cultures.   Clute Institute, Buena Vista, Florida.
  • Shurden, M. C. & Shurden, S. (2006, January). A Comparative Study of Ethical Values of Business Students Enrolled in Private vs. Public Colleges.   Clute Institute, Buena Vista, Florida.
  • Shurden, M., Smith, S., & Tolbert, S. (2005, January). Faculty Evaluations: The Effects of Class Size and Length of Class Period.   The Ciber Institute's Teaching and Learning Conference, Buena Vista, Florida.
  • Shurden, S. & Shurden, M. (2010). Federal Educational Rights & Privacy Acts: A Historical Perspective.   Allied Academies Internet Conference, Cullowhee, North Carolina.
  • Shurden, S., Shurden, M., & Santandreu, J. (2009, July). How Student Perceptions of Ethics Can Lead to Future Business Behavior.   Allied Academies Internet Conference, Cullowhee, North Carolina.
  • Benton, J., Shurden, M., & Shurden, S. (2007, April). Financial Illiteracy: The Stress Factor.   Allied Academies, National Conference, Jacksonville, Florida.
  • Shurden, M. (2001, July). A Mutual Fund Application of the Special Constrained Multiparametric Linear Programming Model.   Allied Academies Internet Conference, Cullowee, North Carolina.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (2000, April). Gender Issues in the Student Ratings of School of Business Instructors at a Regional University.   Allied Academies, National Conference, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Caines, R., Cangelosi, J., & Shurden, M. (1999, April). Variation in the Student Ratings of School of Business Instructors: A Regional University Example.   Allied Academies, National Conference, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Shurden, M. (1997, July). Application of the Special Constrained Multiparametric Linear Program to Site Location.   Allied Academies Internet Conference, Cullowee, North Carolina.
  • Little, P., Shurden, M., & Wibker, E. (1989, November). A Portfolio Management Application of the Special Constrained Multiparametric Linear Program Model Using Mutual Fund Data.   Decision Sciences Institute, National Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Bilbrey, J. & Shurden, M. C. (2017). The Need for Consistency and Reproducibility in Financial Market Research.   Southeast InfORMS annual Conference, Myrtle Beach, United States of America.
  • Shurden, M. C., Santandreu, J., Shurden, S., Mlinar, M., & Barrett, R. (2015). A STUDY OF THE SATISFACTION LEVEL OF BUSINESS STUDENTS WITH REGARD TO GENDER, CLASSIFICATION, AND EMPHASIS.   Southeast InfORMS annual Conference, Greenwood, South Carolina.
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, M., Shurden, S., & Garlick, J. (2014). A Study of the Ethical Perceptions of Business Students Between Three Major Disciplines.   Southeast InfORMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Shurden, S. & Shurden, M. (2011). An Integrative Research Review: Factors Contributing to the Gender Pay Gap Among Faculty in Higher Education.   Southeast InfORMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Shurden, S. & Shurden, M. (2010). Interpretive Policy Analysis: Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) Accreditation Policy.   Southeast InfORMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Shurden, S., Natvig, D., & Shurden, M. (2009). The Pros and Cons of Accreditation: Faculty and Student Perceptions.   Southeast InfORMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Shurden, S., Shurden, M., & Santandreu, J. (2008, October). Ethics in Business Education: Progress Report.   Southeast InfORMS annual Conference, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, M., & Shurden, S. (2007, October). Student Business Organizations: Involvement Strategies and Expectations.   Southeast InfORMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Santandreu, J., Shurden, M., & Shurden, S. (2006, October). Ethical Perceptions of Business Students: Demographic and Classification Differences.   Southeast InfORMS annual Conference, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Santandreu, J. C. & Shurden, M. C. (2005, October). Product Branding Relevancy: A New Generation's Perspective.   Southeast InfORMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. (2004, October). A Different Kind of Talk: The Business Students' Perspective on a Second Language.   Southeast InFORMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Caines, R., Shurden, M., & Sridharan, U. (2003, October). Variation in Student Ratings of Instructors of Economics and Finance.   Southeast InFORMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. (2003, October). Technology in Business Education: Perceptions on the Future Use of Personal Digital Assistants (PDA's) by Business Faculty and Students.   Southeast InFORMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Santandreu, J. & Shurden, M. (2002, October). Palm 101: The Usage of PDA's by Business Faculty.   Southeast InfORMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (2001, October). State Per Capita Income Inequality in the 1990's - Return to Long Term Trend.   Southeast InfORMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (2000, October). International Trade and the South Carolina Economy.   Southeast InfORMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1999, October). Variation in the Student Ratings of School of Business Instructors: The Gender Gap.   Southeast InfORMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1998, October). An Examination of the South Carolina Economy Using Control Charts.   Southeast InfORMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1998, February). State Per Capita Income Inequality in the 1990's - Return to Long Run Trend.   Midsouth Academy of Economics and Finance, Montgomery, Alabama.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1997, October). County Income Changes in South Carolina 1960 - 1995.   Southeast TIMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1995, October). TQC: Total Quality Classroom.   Southeast TIMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1994, October). A Comparison of Economic Growth for the Counties of South Carolina with Emphasis on the Coastal Counties.   Southeast TIMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Caines, R., Little, P., & Little, M. (1993, October). Income Inequality Across the Regions of the United States: 1960 - 1990.   Southeast TIMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Little, P., Shurden, M., & Shurden, S. (1992, February). Using mass communication models to analyze the effectiveness of loss contingency disclosures in communicating to users of financial information.   Southeast Decision Sciences, Savannah, Georgia.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1991, February). An Economic Analysis of Growth, Income, and Distribution in Louisiana: 1960-1985,.   Midsouth Academy of Economics and Finance, Shreveport, Louisiana.
  • Little, P. & Shurden, M. (1991, February). An Application of Parametric Programming to Capital Budgeting Decisions.   Southeast Decision Sciences, Washington, District of Columbia.
  • Calloway, J., Little, P., Shurden, M., & Wells, S. (1990, October). Expert System Enhancement of Group Decision Support Systems for Distributive Bargaining.   Southeast TIMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Caines, R. & Shurden, M. (1990, February). An Economic Analysis of Growth, Income, and Distribution in Mississippi: 1960-1985.   Midsouth Academy of Economics and Finance, Jackson, Mississippi.
  • Little, P., Shurden, M., & Wells, S. (1990, February). A Facility Location Application of the Special Constrained Multiparametric Linear Program.   Southeast Decision Sciences, Columbia, South Carolina.
  • Grider, D., Shurden, M., & Wibker, E. (1989, February). The Special Constrained Multiparametric Linear Program: An Application to the Catfish Pond Size Problem.   Southeast Decision Sciences, Charleston, South Carolina.
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