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The 2000 CBFA Conference was hosted by Houghton College, and was held in Buffalo, NY.
Copies or abstracts of the presentations are available to view or download by clicking on the presentation title below.
Point Loma Nazarene U.
The international development program of activities: What are we doing wrong?
Andrews, Brett K.Bovee, Steven L.Roller, Robert H.Walenciak, Joe F.
LeTourneau UniversityRoberts Wesleyan Coll.LeTourneau UniversityJohn Brown University
Assessing faith-learning integration in Christian college business programs
Arnott, DaveJuban, Rusty
Dallas Baptist U.
Organizational commitment and corporate cults
Barlow, DanUsrey, Kyle
Roberts Wesleyan Coll.Hardin-Simmons U.
Contracts and agency principles in the Bible: A new faith-based pedagogy of teaching business law
Black, Robert A.
Irrational exuberance? Not entirely: Stock market gains as rational reactions to economic crises and Federal Reserve stabilization policy
Chewning, Richard C.
Hermeneutics and Biblical ethics: God’s immutability and human integrity
Three challenges for the Christian institution of higher learning in the implementation of computer/internet-based instructional technology
Fawcett, Clifford W.Hazen, Marinus
Freshman orientation experiences at Christian colleges and universities: University-wide and business school
Fitzgerald, Patrick W.Fitzgelad, Courtney R.
Oklahoma City Univ.Comprehensive Consulting
Proven approaches to teaching financial ethics within the business school curriculum
Groleau, Thomas G.
Fact, fiction, or prediction: An integrative lesson for information systems classes
Hess, Dan W.
Seattle Pacific Univ.
Integrating financial concepts of nonprofit organizations into the finance curriculum
The long journey to AACSB accreditation
Lantos, Geoffrey P.
Finding an ethical foundation in Biblical faith
Perkins, DavidCarter, David L.
Abilene Christian U.
Human self-reliance versus reliance on God: Understanding God’s design for man’s participation
Porter, Brian E.Smith, Thomas M.Vellenga, David B.
Hope CollegeHope CollegeAlbion College
The systems approach: A biblical integration
Grand Canyon Univ.
Agency theory as a basis for business ethics
Roller, Robert H.Bovee, Steven L.Andrews, Brett K.
LeTourneau UniversityRoberts Wesleyan Coll.LeTourneau University
Leadership aspirations and challenges of Christian college and university business deans and chairs
Seibert, Kent W.
Enhancing learning from internships: Lessons from Solomon and the Fortune 500
Smith, Yvonne S.Chandler, Timothy
What’s done is Donne: Complex change, business scholars, and a great books program
Socci, Albert C.
Eastern Nazarene College
A market orientation in Christian higher education
Surdyk, Lisa K.
Seattle Pacific U.
Kingdom perspectives on economics: Utopian idealism or a visionary call to build a better world?
Van Buren III, Harry J.
Roberts Wesleyan Coll.
Organizational social capital and religious institutions
Seeing through the glass darkly: Four mentalities and models regarding ethics and social responsibility
Webb, Ronald J.
Motivated to lead: A longitudinal assessment of students attending a Christian liberal arts college
Wood, Theodore N.
Corporate social responsibility, management decision making and the use of accounting information: The nineteenth century Lowell, Massachusetts textile mill experience
Zigarelli, Michael A.
The Regent University Christian business practice study: Some preliminary results
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