UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACT OF PERCEIVED COMMUNITY IMPACT AND MEDIA INTEREST ON ENVIRONMENTAL SPILL REPORTING

Gary Hackbarth

Valdosta State University

Dr. Gary Hackbarth teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses at Valdosta State University in Quantitative Analysis, Business Statistics, Healthcare Administration, Information Technology and Security, and Healthcare Informatics.  His research interests include Healthcare Administration, Project Management, Information Strategy, and Knowledge Management.  He has published in the European Journal of Information Systems, Information & Management, Information Systems Management, and the Financial Times.  Additionally, teaches and utilizes SAP software and the SAP ERP simulation tools within the core classes he teaches. 

Abstract

The National Response Center (NRC) data base offers a unique insight into the intentions of companies when the report Oil Spills and Hazardous Material Releases. Given that most firms routinely advertise and state their... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

Gary Hackbarth (Valdosta State University), Marko Horn (Valdosta State University)

Topic Area

Topics: Ag Economics, Environmental Economics, & Finance

Session

EC3 » Economics Issues (08:45 - Thursday, 23rd February, Wando)

Paper

SEDSI_2017_UNDERSTANDING_THE_IMPACT_OF_PERCEIVED_COMMUNITY_IMPACT_AND_MEDIA_INTEREST_ON_ENVIRONMENTAL_SPILL_REPORTING_Hackbarth_and_Horn_Final_Submission.pdf