January - March 2005
Business and Economic Division
X. Zygmont is Associate Professor of Economics in the Division
of Business & Economics at Western Oregon University. He received
his Ph.D. in economics from the George Mason University in 1994.
Dr. Zygmont's scholarly interests are in the
areas of Post-Communist Economics, Regulation and Antitrust.
John C. Leadley is Professor of Economics in the Division of Business
and Economics at Western Oregon University. He received his Ph.D.
in Economics from the University of Wisconsin in 1985.
Dr. Leadleys's scholarly interests are in
the areas of Industrial Economics and Econometrics.
A. Seabright is Professor of Management in the Division of Business
and Economics. He received his Ph.D. in Industrial Administration
from Carnegie Mellon University in 1988.
His Research interests include moral reasoning,
organizational justice, and workplace deviance. His work on these
and other topics has appeared in the Academy of Management
Journal, Business Ethics Quarterly, Journal of Management Inquiry,
and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.
His current projects include an empirical study of "hot"
versus "cold" sabotage and a conceptual analysis of
how people reflect on their moral past. He served on the editorial
board of the Academy of Management Journal for the 2001-2004
term and is currently a member of the editorial board of the Journal
D. Frankenberger is Professor of Marketing in the Division of
Business and Economics at Western Oregon University. She received
her Ph.D. in Marketing with and emphasis on Consumer Behavior
from the University of Oregon in 1990.
Dr. Frankenberger's research focuses on the
effectiveness of advertising and other marketing variables in
a public policy context, epically with regard to adolescents.
She is also interested in the economic effects of advertising.
Her publication appeared in Emotion in Advertising, Journal
of Adolescence, Journal of Adolescent Research, Journal of Business
Research, the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing,
MSI Reports, Psychology and Marketing and several refereed
conference proceedings. Dr. Frankenberger is a member of the Academy
of Marketing Science, American Academy of Advertising, American
Psychological Association (Division 23; Society for Consumer Psychology)
and the American Marketing Association. She is most active in
the AAA, where she serves on the AAA Research Awards Committee
and the AAA Publications Committee. She was chair of the former
for several years.