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Daniel Baugher

Professor
Associate Dean

Lubin School of Business

Management and Management Science

Location
  • @New York City
    One Pace Plaza W-460

Education


PhD , Rutgers University , New Brunswick, N.J. , 1976
Social-Personality Psychology & Assessment

MS , Rutgers University , New Brunswick, N.J. , 1974
Social-Personality Psychology and Assessment

BA , University of Virginia , Charlottesville, Va. , 1972
With High Honors in Psychology (3 students admitted to psychology honors)

Awards and Honors

  • ASBBS 20th Conference - 2013, February 2013 - Best Track Paper (with C. Ramos)
  • Pace University, 2011 - University Kenan Award for Teaching Excellence
  • American Society of Business and Behavioral Science, 2010 - Outstanding Scholar Award
  • Pace University, 2008 - University Service Award
  • Decision Sciences Institute - Hall of Fame, 2007
  • Decision Sciences Institute, 2004 - Best Journal Article
  • Decision Sciences Institute, 2004
  • American Society for Business and Behavioral Science, 2003 - Outstanding Service Award
  • Pace University, 2003
  • Sigma Iota Epsilon - National Honorary Management Society, 2002
  • Lubin School - Pace University, 1998 - Most Innovative Teacher Award
  • Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology, 1978
  • Phi Sigma National Honor Society in Biological Sciences, 1972

Publications


Baugher, D. & Ramos, C. The Consistency of Online Ratings of DVDs.

Baugher, D. & Ramos, C. (2015, February 19). The Relationship of Online Netflix User Reviews to Days to Sale for Used DVDs on Amazon.. Vol 22 (Issue 1) , pages 35-49.

Baugher, D., Weisbord, E. & Ramos, C. (2014, May 1). Is the empirical validity of prior experience for performance affected by rating approach? (19% Acceptance Rate, A in ABDC Ratings). Personnel Review. Vol 43 (Issue 3) , pages 438-463. http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?issn=0048-3486

Baugher, D. & Ramos, C. (2014, February). The Relationship of Online Netflix User Reviews to Days to Sale for New DVDs on Amazon. Vol 21 (Issue 1) , pages 68-80. http://asbbs.org/files/ASBBS2014/Index.htm

Baugher, D. & Ramos, C. (2014, February 20). The Relationship of Online User Reviews to Days to Sale for Used DVDs on Amazon. Vol 21 (Issue 1) , pages 68-80.

Ramos, C. & Baugher, D. (2013, July (3rd Quarter/Summer)). The Impact of the Great Recession of 2007 to 2009 on Funding and Staffing for Arts Education in New York City. ASBBS eJournal. Vol 9 (Issue 1) , pages 82-89. http://asbbs.org/files/2013/eJournal_2013.pdf

Baugher, D. (2013, May 23). Using Multiple Raters and Consensus to Evaluate Prior Experience for Middle Managers: Do These Approaches Improve the Association of Experience with Job Performance?. (Issue 14)

Ramos, C. & Baugher, D. (2013, March). The Impact of the Great Recession of 2007 to 2009 on Perception of the Value of Arts Education and Ability to Gain Funding in New York City. American Journal of Arts Management. Vol 1(1) (Issue March 2013) , pages 1-11. http://www.artsmanagementjournal.com/march-2013-articles.php

Eisner, A., Baugher, D. & Korn, H. (2012, July (3rd Quarter/Summer) 1). Campbell: Is the Soup Still Simmering?. Journal of The International Academy for Case Studies. Vol 18 (Issue 5) , pages 65-89.

Baugher, D. & Weisbord, E. (2012, February). Multiple Raters and Hybrid Consensus in Evaluating Prior Experience For a Financial Analyst Position: Are Reliability and Empirical Validity Impacted?. Vol 19 (Issue 1) , pages 37-49. http://asbbs.org/files/ASBBS2012V1/PDF/B/BaugherD.pdf

Baugher, D., Weisbord, E. & Eisner, A. (2011, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). Damping the Elasticity of Demand Function in a Business Simulation: Does Lower Market Volatility Decrease Student Satisfaction with their Experience?. Journal of Business And Behavioral Sciences. Vol 23 (Issue 3) , pages 4-13. http://www.asbbs.org/files/2011/JBBS_23.3_Fall_2011.pdf

Baugher, D., Weisbord, E. & Eisner, A. Evaluating Training and Experience: Do Multiple Raters or Consensus Make a Difference?. http://www.asbbs.org/files/2011/ASBBS_2011_Prog.pdf

Baugher, D., Varanelli, A. & Weisbord, E. Egoism, justice, rights, and utilitarianism: Student views of classic ethical positions in business. .

Baugher, D., Tarique, I. & Weisbord, E. The Relationship of Work Experience and Job Performance: Analysis of Professionals Over Fifteen-Years. Human Relations.

PRESENTATIONS


Ramos, C. & Baugher, D. (2015, February 20). ASBBS 22nd Conference - 2015. The Relationship of Online User Reviews to Days to Sale for Used DVDS. Las Vegas

Ramos, C. & Baugher, D. (2013, February). ASBBS 20th Conference - 2013. The Great Recession of 2007 to 2009: Its Impact on Funding and Perceptions of the Value of Arts Education Experienced by Borough of Manhattan School Administrators in New York City. Las Vegas

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • American Psychological Association (since 1978)
  • Eastern Psychological Association (since 1974)
  • Phi Sigma, National Honor Society in Biological Sciences (since 1972)
  • Psi Chi, National Honor Society in Psychology (since 1978)
  • Sigma Iota Epsilon - National Honorary Management Society (since 2002)
  • \ , January 2013
  • Member, American Association of College Registrars and Admissions Officers (NY/NJ AACRAO)
  • Member, NAFSA: Association for Foreign Student Advisors
  • Academy of Management 1976

COLLEGE SERVICE

  • Graduate Admissions Appeals Sub-Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: --- Review graduate admissions appeals with Antognini and Gould.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: --- Committee reviewed and adjudicated 45 appeals.
  • Graduate Admissions Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: --- Determine graduate admissions policies
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: --- 1. Committee approved UG/GRAD entry upon admission as UG to GRAD. 2. Committee extended three-year admissions for UG from select international schools to the MBA Accounting 3, Committee agreed to waiver of GMAT for students with an UG grade-point of 3.50 or greater for students holding 4-year degrees from accredited US Institutions 4. Committee agreed to extend 3.50 GMAT waiver to Pace combined program students 5. Committee agreed to change minimum TOEFL from 100 to 90 for admissions to LGSB
  • Graduate Curriculum Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: --- Determine standards and content of graduate curriculum.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: --- 1. Approved Fast Track MBA Program on PLV campus. 2. Approved changes to MBA Learning Goals 3. Began the hand-off of assessment activities from Randi 4. Approved MGT internship course changes
  • Graduate Student Relations [Committee Member]
    Desc: --- Supports activities for outreach and consideration of graduate students in association with graduate advisement.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: --- Committee worked with graduate admissions in supporting student clubs
  • Lubin Planning, Policy and Budget [Committee Member]
    Desc: --- Review Lubin strategy, develop goals and objectives, consider budgetary issues.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: --- 1. Worked on development of Lubin Strategic Plan 2015-2019 2. Made suggestions on Action Plana for 2016. 3. Discussed and reviewed AACSB continuous improvement review resulting from AACSB visit on November 15-17.
  • Graduate Admissions Appeals Committee (2014) [Committee Member]
    Desc: --- Member of the 3-member subcommittee reviewing graduate appeals for admission. 122 appeals reviewed in 2014
  • Graduate Admissions Appeal [Committee Member]
  • Graduate Admissions Appeals Sub-Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Member of the 3-member subcommittee reviewing graduate appeals for admission. 165 appeals reviewed.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Participated in the review of 165 appeals over the course of the 2012 calendar year.
  • Paul Mohan Dissertation Committee 2012 [Committee Chair]
    Desc: Assist Paul with putting together a DPS proposal.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Paul is working toward completion of the proposal

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

  • Institutional Review Board (Policy Committee) [Committee Member]
    Desc: --- There are two committee components: policy committee and reviewers. The policy committee reviews but also sets university human subjects research review policies.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: --- I reviewed five proposals. The committee decided to use only one reviewer for student research and exempt research. The committee evaluated four "full review" proposals involving protected subjects (minors).
  • Management Council [Committee Member]
    Desc: --- Council is cross-dept and cross-school mix of middle and upper-level administrators where university issues and policy changes are presented, led by the president.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: --- Committee doesn't make decisions. It was presented with discussions of Middle States Assessment Issues in fall, 2015
  • Institutiional Review Board (2014) [Committee Member]
  • Lubin Admissions Appeal Committee (2014) [Committee Member]
  • New York City Identity Committee (2014) [Committee Member]
  • School of Education Dean's Review Committee (2014) [Chairperson]
  • Institutional Review Board (IRB) [Committee Member]
    Desc: Review human subjects research. Seven proposals reviewed, corrected, approved.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: I reviewed seven research proposals recommending needed changes when necessary before their approval.
  • NYC Curriculum Committee [Committee Member]
  • NYC Identity Committee [Committee Member]

PUBLIC SERVICE

  • 150 Nassau Condominium (Treasurer) [Board Member]
    Desc: --- Manage operations and finances of 125 unit, upper-scale condo in Manhattan.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: --- Served as Treasurer in 2015, have also been vice-president and residential president during sponsor-controlled board. 1. Worked out financing arrangement with bank to augment reserve. 2. Implemented Lawsuit against Denny's to require closing at midnight 7-days per week. 3. Finalized annual operating budget. 4. Kept costs in control such that no maintenance increase was necessary. 5. Completed required Landmarks work at a cost of $1.7 million. 6. Received final certificate of occupancy from city.
  • 150 Nassau Condominium, VP (since 2003) (2014) [Officer, Vice President]
    Desc: Manage Condominium, worked on landmarks requirements; moved to 99% completion, engaged in actions to require Denny's to close at midnight rather than operate 24 hours. Worked with Pace public relations, 140 Nassau, and 150 Nassau in implementing action to bring Denny's to compromise. In addition, Board engaged in litigation. The result was a court-approved agreement that Denny's would close seven days a week at midnight in exchange for board support of its liquor license.
  • 150 Nassau Condominium [Officer, Vice President]
  • 150 Nassau Condominium [Officer, Vice President]
    Desc: Manage Condominium
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Worked on landmarks requirements; moved to 70% completion.
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