“The Influence of Corporate Social Responsibility on Firm Buybacks” with Daniel Brickner and William LaGore. Research on Professional Responsibility and Ethics in Accounting, (2021).
“An Implicit-Explicit Examining of Differences in CSR Practices between the U.S. and Europe” with William LaGore and Linda Thorne. Society and Business Review (2020).
“Directors & Corporate Social Responsibility: Joint Consideration of Director Gender and the Director’s role” with Charles Cullinan and Pamela Roush. Social and Environmental Accountability Journal (2019).
“External CSR Rating Influences on Shareholder Voting Patterns for CSR Shareholder-Sponsored Proposals?” with Charles Cullinan and Pamela Roush. Research on Professional Responsibility and Ethics in Accounting (2018).
“A Comparison of Canadian and U.S. CSR Strategic Alliances, CSR Reporting, and CSR Performance: Insights into Implicit-Explicit CSR” with Kristen Gregory, Linda Thorne, and Susan Convery. Journal of Business Ethics (2017).
“Are CSR Activities Associated with Shareholder Voting in Director Elections and Say-On-Pay Votes?” with Charles Cullinan and Pamela Roush. Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics (2017).
“Corporate Social Responsibility and Shareholder Support for Corporate Governance Changes” with Charles Cullinan and Pamela Roush. Social Responsibility Journal (2017).
“Standalone Corporate Social Responsibility Reports and Stock Market Returns” with William LaGore and Linda Thorne. Research on Professional Responsibility and Ethics in Accounting (2015).
“Motivations for Issuing Standalone CSR Reports: A Survey of Canadian firms” with Linda Thorne and Giacomo Manetti”. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal (2014).
“A Research Note on Standalone Corporate Social Responsibility Reports: Signaling or Greenwashing?” with Linda Thorne, Lianna Cecil, and William LaGore. Critical Perspectives on Accounting (2013).
“The Effects of Public Pressure on CSR Behavior in a Capital Market Experiencing Excessive Moral Debt” with Pamela Roush and Linda Thorne. Accounting and the Public Interest (2012).