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The 2002 CBFA Conference was hosted by Northwest Nazarene University in Boise, ID.  The conference theme was “Faith Integration in Business.”

Copies or abstracts of the presentations are available to view or download by clicking on the presentation title below.




Adams, Scott A.

Anderson University

On the promise

Agee, James
Starr, Ervin

Trevecca Nazarene Univ.
Roberts Wesleyan College

The strategic response of graduate business programs to external assessments: A call for academic rigor

Barfoot, D. Scott
Bell, Brian
Brownson, Harvella
Cintron, Nancy
Dingman, Myra
Glasscock, Dan
Sarker, Abraham
Walker, Mark

Ambassador Bible Church
The King’s College
Regent University
Virginia Beach Schools
Regent University
Virginia Beach Schools
Regent University
Mt. Paran N. Church

Agency theory and value congruency: Lessons from three prominent cases

Boersma, John M.

Redeemer University Coll.

The use of scripture in the integration of faith in business

Case, Randolph H.

Regent University

How can Christian CEOs get valid feedback from their employees?

Chan, Caleb
McFarlane, Scott

Spring Arbor University
EC Institute

Business as mission: Stewardship and leadership development in a global economy

Chewning, Richard
Haak, Delia

John Brown University

Biblical apologetics: A tool that reinforces integration

Daake, Don
Roach, Patrick

Olivet Nazarene University
The Southwestern Comp.

Summer sales internship: An agent of personal change?

Dunn, Samuel L.

Northwest Nazarene U.

Responsibility center management in academic institutions

Lam, Maria Lai-ling

Malone College

Globalization and Asian Christians

Lemler, Brad

Grace College

The Enron fallout: A positive or negative for accounting education at Christian liberal arts colleges?

Lynn, Monty L.
Sensing, Timothy

Abilene Christian U.

The professor as pastor: Sanctification and metaphor in teaching

Martinez, Richard J.

Baylor University

Defining and developing a space for business scholarship in the Christian academy

Martinez, Richard J.
Gustafson, Loren

Baylor University
Seattle Pacific University

Teaching strategic management from a Christian perspective

Meux, Consuelo S.

Fresno Pacific University

The influence of the traditional African-American protestant church in African-American women leadership

Moody, Cynthia
Granderson, Andrea
VanEck, Tom
Rhodes, Jacqueline
Lynch, Kristyn

Calvin College

Addressing racism in the Christian liberal arts college setting: Working with business students for kingdom purposes

Porter, Brian
VanderVeen, Steve

Hope College
Calvin College

Motivation from a Christian perspective

Roller, Robert H.
Bovee, Steven L.
Andrews, Brett K.
Walenciak, Joe F.

LeTourneau University
Roberts Wesleyan College
LeTourneau University
John Brown University

Excellence in Christian business education: An empirical examination

Sayler, Larry

Greenville College

Ethical models analyzing insider trading in the stock market

Skinner, David L.

Mount Vernon Nazarene U.

Are Christian nations economically free?

Smith, Yvonne S.

Biola University

Three myths of good hard work

Steen, Todd
VanderVeen, Steve

Hope College
Calvin College

Marketing in heaven

Tomal, Annette

Wheaton College

How college students view the Christian’s role in the business world: A longitudinal study

Truitt, Terry C.

Anderson University

Validity of selection criteria in predicting MBA success

White, Lynn S.

Trinity Christian College

A Christian perspective on the response of the accounting profession to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

Wright, David L.
Roach, Kimberly J.
Lynn, Monty L.
Timmerman, John E.

Abilene Christian U.

Belief-based business praxis: An empirical analysis

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