Research

Publications:

Phillips, A.L., Phillips, G.M., Williams, M.S. 2012. What’s Good in Theory May be Flawed in Practice: Potential Legal Consequences of Poor Implementation of a Theoretical Sample. Hastings Business Law Journal 9(1):77-97.

Chong, J.T., Phillips, A.L., Phillips, G.M. 2011. The Impact of Neighborhood Ethnic Composition on Availability of Financial Planning Services. Journal of Financial Service Professionals 65(6):71-83.

Phillips, A.L., Phillips, G.M. 2010. The Persistence of Traditional Gender Stereotypes: Evidence from the Distribution of Academic Honors at a Female-Majority University. The American Journal of Business Education 3(10):45-53.

Phillips, A.L. 2010. Homeschooling is an Art, not a Science: The Impact of Homeschooling on Choice of College Major. Sociological Viewpoints 26(2):19-25.

 

 Presentations:

“Troubles with Time-Use: Examining Potential Indicators of Error in the ATUS.” AAPOR 68th Annual Conference, May 2013.

“What Are You Doing Now? Audit Trails and Activity Level Responses and Error in the American Time Use Survey.” AAPOR 68th Annual Conference, May 2013. (2nd author, paper presented by T. al Baghal.)

“Who Has Georgia on Their Minds? A Latent Class Analysis of Georgian Confidence in Social and Governmental Institutions.” Gallup Symposium, April 2013. (1st author, paper presented by D. Tsabutashvili.)

“Work and School: Measuring the Experiences of Business Majors at CSUN.” Presented to panel of administrators and faculty of the California State University – Northridge College of Business and Economics, August 2012.

“Georgia on Their Minds: The Impact of War and Financial Crisis on Georgian Confidence in Social and Governmental Institutions.” AAPOR 67th Annual Conference, May 2012.

“Spaced Out on the Finals Frontier: Differences in Student Performance on Early versus Late Final Examinations.” Poster, Grove City College Student Research Showcase, May 2010.

“Homeschooling is an Art, not a Science: The Impact of Homeschooling on Choice of College Major.” Pennsylvania Sociological Society 59th Annual Conference, October 2009. (Winner, Pennsylvania Sociological Society Undergraduate Paper Competition.)

 

 Working Papers:

Phillips, M.C., Phillips, A.L., Phillips, G.M. “Are Undead Populations Concentrated? The Tiebout Hypothesis Extended,” in Economics of the Undead, G. Whitman and J. Dow, eds.

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