Dr. Michael Budden

 

Dr. Michael Budden

 Degrees:

  • B.S., Louisiana State University
  • M.B.A., Southeastern Louisiana University
  • Ph.D., University of Arkansas

Brief bio: Dr. Mike Budden has authored or co-authored over 200 publications.  His principal research interests include ethics, retail control, trade secrets law, business education and financial and economic sustainability. Budden has 20 years of administrative experience in higher education.

 

Accomplishments/Awards/Honors: (optional – if none, heading will not appear on page)

Budden authored two books – on trade secrets law and shoplifting law – which were published by the Greenwood Press.

More than a dozen of his articles have received best paper awards and national commendations.

He serves as the Marketing Co-Editor of the Journal of Applied Business Research.

 

Selected publications: (please include up to 5 publications)

Duggal, R. and Budden, M.C. (2015). Further evidence of the creation of value through the management of net working capital: An analysis of S&P 500 firms. Journal of Business and Economics Research 13(1).

 

Budden, M. C., Budden, C. B., Juban, R. and Baraya, A. R. (2014) Study abroad programs: Making safety a priority.  Contemporary Issues in Education Research. 7(2), 121-124.

Budden, Michael Craig.  Preventing Shoplifting Without Being Sued: Practical Advice for Retail Executives.  Quorum Books; Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc., Westport, Connecticut.  1999.

Budden, Michael Craig.  Protecting Trade Secrets Under The Uniform Trade Secrets Act: Practical Advice for Executives.  Quorum Books; Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc., Westport, Connecticut.  1996.