New Faculty Join School of Managment

The following faculty members have joined the School of Business:

 

Mike Anderson

Mike Anderson

Mike Anderson is an assistant professor of finance with George Mason University's School of Business. Anderson received his PhD in finance from the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State University, his MS in applied mathematics for finance from Baruch College, CUNY, and his BS in business administration from California Polytechnic State University.

Anderson’s research interests include empirical asset pricing, credit risk, derivatives, liquidity, asset securitization, corporate debt markets and cross-market interactions. His teaching interests are in the areas of derivatives, portfolio theory and investments, and international finance.

Anderson has previously taught at Ohio State University, Western Nevada Community College and California Polytechnic State University. He has presented at the Steve Buser Seminar Series at the Fisher College of Business and at the 2010 Financial Management Association (FMA) annual conference.
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Robert Grosse

Robert Grosse
Robert Grosse is director of George Mason’s Center for Global Business Innovation & Transformation. The center is a part of the School of Business, focusing on academic research in global business and development of programs and conferences in all three areas of global business, innovation, and organizational transformation.

Before joining George Mason University, Grosse was the director (dean) of the EGADE Business School at Monterrey Tec in Mexico. He oversaw the EGADE campuses in Monterrey and Mexico City. Grosse was also the founding director of Standard Bank Group’s (South Africa) executive education program, the Global Leadership Centre.

He holds a BA from Princeton University and a PhD from the University of North Carolina, both in international economics. He has taught international finance in the MBA programs at Thunderbird, the University of Miami, the University of Michigan, and at the Instituto de Empresa (Madrid, Spain), as well as in many universities in Latin America. As a consultant in international business he has worked for the US Commerce, State, and Treasury Departments, the Organization of American States, and the United Nations.
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Min-Seok Pang
Min-Seok Pang

Min-Seok Pang is an assistant professor in the Information Systems and Operations Management department at George Mason University's School of Management. Pang has a PhD in business administration from the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at University of Michigan, as well as an MS in management engineering and BS in industrial engineering from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.

Pang has previously worked as a developer, system designer, and project manager at FID Co. in Seoul, Korea. He has taught at the Ross School of Business and KAIST Graduate School of Business. His teaching interests include management of information systems, IS and business strategy, IS audit and control, database modeling, database management, and software analysis and design

Pang’s work has been published in the International Journal of Electronic Commerce, Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Information Systems, Proceedings of the 31st International Conference on Information Systems, and the Handbook of Research on Web 2.0, 3.0, and X.0: Technologies, Business, and Social Applications. His research interests include IT business value and information economics.
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Robert Pawlewicz

Robert Pawlewicz

Robert Pawlewicz is an assistant professor of accounting at the School of Management at George Mason University. He previously taught at Baruch College and the Stevens Institute of Technology. Pawlewicz is a certified public accountant and has worked as a senior accountant at Ernst & Young. He has also worked for Kurtz, McNaney & Co. and Godiva.

Pawlewicz has presented at the Northeast Business and Economics Association Annual Meeting, the AAA Annual Meeting, and the Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory and Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics Joint Symposium. His coauthored paper “The Impact of Regulation on Auditor Fees: Evidence from the Sarbanes-Oxley Act” was also published in Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory.

Pawlewicz received his MBA from Baruch College, CUNY and BA in accounting from the Franklin & Marshall College. He also holds a Master of Philosophy and PhD from The City University of New York (CUNY).
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