<P>16 FACULTY AND STAFFACHIEVEMENTS Initiative Leadership Fellowship and taught a class on building teams to 19 Egyptian women representing the 2013 class of BWI Fellows. He also went to Cairo, Egypt, in June to teach leadership training to the Egyptian women participating in the fellowship program. In July, Carson participated in a symposium at the INGroup (Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research) Conference in Atlanta. Carson and co-authors presented Teams on the Hyper-Edge: Using Hypergraph Network Methodology to Understand Teams, which explores the conceptual advancement of hypergraph metrics for studying teams. W. Michael Cox, director of the ONeil Center for Global Markets and Freedom, gave a series of speeches around the nation on the topics of Preparing for the Inevitable: Rising Interest Rates; The Imagination Age: An Optimistic Perspective on Americas Hard Times; Making Good Money in a Bad Economy; Looking for the (New) New World; How to Fix Social Security; and Capitalism: Societys Anti-Poverty Program. Maribeth Kuenzi and John Sumanth, both assistant professors of management and organizations, co-wrote Employee Voice, Values, Practices and Organizational Climate: A Conceptual Integration. Kuenzi and Sumanth presented their paper at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) Conference in Houston. Robert Lawson, the Jerome M. Fullinwider Endowed Centennial Chair in Economic Freedom, presented two papers, Do Travel Visa Requirements Impede Tourist Travel? and Grouping Countries by Economic Freedom Using K-Means Clustering, at the April meeting of the Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE) in Hawaii, the Ellen Parker Allen, clinical professor of information technology and operations management, received the Distinguished Professor Award for 2012-2013 from Delta Sigma Pi, the business honor fraternity. Richard Alm, writer- in-residence for the ONeil Center for Global Markets and Freedom, presented a paper in April that he co-authored with ONeil Center Director W. Michael Cox, titled Economic Freedom and the Returns to Education, at the Association of Private Enterprise Educations (APEE) international conference in Lahaina, Hawaii. Marci Armstrong, associate dean of graduate programs, presented on a panel at the GMAC Leadership Conference in San Francisco, attended by deans, associate deans and assistant deans from the top 100 business schools. Her panel, titled Managing a Balanced Portfolio of Programs, focused on the growth of MS programs in business schools and the strategic, ?nancial and organizational factors and challenges faced when launching, managing and terminating programs. She was subsequently invited to lead similar sessions at other conferences. Jay Carson, assistant professor of management and organizations, presented Leading the Way: Incorporating Network Analytics into Leadership Research with his co-authors at the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) Conference in Houston. His co-authored paper The Topology of Collective Leadership was published in Leadership Quarterly. Carson participated in the International Womens Day celebration of the Bush Womens largest gathering of free market academics in the country. Lawson also presented APEEs Herman W. Lay Award to Jerome M. Fullinwider, chair of the ONeil Center Advisory Board, in recognition of his many decades of philanthropy and service. A past president and current board member of APEE, Lawson was honored with the Kent-Aronoff Award for service to the association. Dwight Lee, William J. ONeil Chair of Global Markets and Freedom, co-wrote a peer- reviewed article, The Case for Abolishing Federal Taxation, with ONeil Center writer-in-residence Richard Alm, which was published in The Journal of Private Enterprise. With Alm, he also wrote Dont Californize Texas, which appeared in Regulation magazine. Lee co-wrote Market Failures, Government Solutions, and Moral Perceptions, which was published in The Cato Journal. Lee served on a panel discussing the book Redeeming Economics by John D. Mueller in April at the Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE). Lee presented his paper The Two Moralities of Ebenezer Scrooge in an APEE session on Literature and Liberty, and it appeared as a featured article on the Library of Economics and Liberty website in May. Also featured was his article Socially Responsible Corporations: The Seen and the Unseen. Lees co-authored paper An Economic Analysis of the Effects of Fair Trade: With Rumination on the Popularity of Economists was published in the Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice. His article Reducing Income Inequality at the Expense of the Poor was published in The Freeman. Also published in The Freeman was Lees review of the Michael J. Sandel book What Money Cant Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets. Lee is a contributing editor to a book published this year, The Origins of Public Choice: The Legacy of Buchanan and Tullock. 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