Research Publications


D. Anthony Miles, is an active and well-published researcher. In addition he is a best-selling author. Dr. Miles is published with many business academic journals and publications. He is also and journal article reviewer with many academic journals. Below is an overview of his extensive academic research and publishing background:

  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP. Published with: Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management; Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship; Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship.
  • MARKETING. Published with: Journal of Marketing Perspectives; Academy of Marketing Studies; International Journal of Consumer Behavior; Journal of Marketing and Theory.
  • ECONOMICS. Published with: Journal of Applied Economics and Business; International Journal of Economy, Management and Social Sciences; Global Business and Economics Research Journal; Southern Business and Economic Journal.
  • BUSINESS. Published with: Harvard Business Review; International Journal of Advanced Research; International Journal of Business Research and Development; Academy of Business Research Journal; Southwest Teaching and Learning Journal.
  • MANAGEMENT. Published with: Academy of Business Research Journal; British Journal of Economics, Management & Trade; Journal of Management Research.
  • BOOK PUBLISHERS. Published with: Oxford University Press; Emerald Press; Palgrave-Macmillan Press; and  Universal Publishers Inc;

PUBLICATIONS/BOOKS

  • *(UPCOMING) Miles, D. (2015): How To Get Away With Murder in Marketing? Forensic Marketing and Investigative Techniques For Solving Marketing Problems; Publisher: Simon & Schuster Publishing (TBA). (225 pages). Will be available at: Barnes and Noble.com and Amazon.com.
  • Miles, D. (2011), Risk Factors and Business Models: Understanding the Five Forces of Entrepreneurial Risk and the Causes of Business Failure. Publisher: Universal Publishers Inc. ISBN – 978-15994423883·2011. (198 pages). Available at: Barnes and Noble.com and Amazon.com.
  • Miles, D. (2011), Entrepreneurship and Risk: The Five Forces of Entrepreneurial Risk. Publisher: VDM Publishing LTD: ISBN – 978-3-639-33790-7·2011. (240 pages). Available at: Barnes and Noble.com and Amazon.com.

PUBLICATIONS/BOOK CHAPTERS

 

  • *(UPCOMING) Miles, (2016): Book chapter, “Market Research and Predictive Analytics: Using Analytics to Measure Customer and Marketing Behavior in Business Enterprises” published in Analytics, Innovation and Excellence-Driven Enterprise Sustainability by Stavros, R., editor; Publisher: Oxford University Press. August 2016.
  • Miles, D. (2016): Book Chapter, “Creativity Theory” published in Creativity: A Reader for Writers by Van Cleave, R., editor; Publisher: Oxford University Press. 464 pages. December 2015. Available at: Barnes and Noble.com and Amazon.com.

 

PUBLICATIONS/JOURNAL ARTICLES

  •  *(UPCOMING) Miles, D., (2016), APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Moneyball and Human Resources: Using Statistics and Sabermetrics for Predictive Analytics in Hiring Optimal Job Candidates.” Journal (TBA).
  • *(UPCOMING) Miles, D. and Seaton, T. (2016), APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Why Political Candidates Win or Lose Elections: Using Marketing Models and Predictive Analytics in Political Marketing and Politics.” Journal of Marketing and Research (TBA).
  • *(UPCOMING) Miles, D. and O’Keefe, K (2016), RESEARCH: “Movies, Popcorn, and Marketing: Analyzing and Conceptualizing Movie Marketing Strategies and How Movies Are Marketed to Consumers and Movie Goers.” Journal of Consumer Marketing (TBA).
  • *(UPCOMING) Blount, I., Cooper, C., ogilvie, dt., and Miles, D. (2016), APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Five Myths Minority Entrepreneurs Believe About Access to Capital.” Harvard Business Review (TBA).
  • *(UPCOMING) Miles, D. and Piper, D. (2016), RESEARCH: “Criminal Entrepreneurship: A Taxonomy and Framework for Classifying Criminally-based Enterprises and Business Ventures.” Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management (TBA).
  • *(UPCOMING) Garcia, J. and Miles, D., (2016), APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Digital Marketing and Social Media Influence On Hispanic Consumers: A Marketing Study on Social Media Networks’ Influence On Hispanic Consumer Behavior.” Journal to be Announced (TBA).
  • *(UPCOMING) Miles, D. (2016), APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Killer Sharks, Marketing, and Value Propositions: A Focus Group Study and Research on ‘Shark Tank.’” Journal of Marketing and Theory. (TBA).
  • *(UPCOMING) Miles, D. and Miles, R. (2016), APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Structural Equation Modeling and Risk Patterns: A Study Using Structural Equation Modeling for Measuring Business Risk Patterns With Small Business Ventures.” Structural Equation Modeling: A Multidisciplinary Journal (TBA).
  • Miles, D. (2015). APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Marketing Research and Female Consumer Behavior: A Study on Social Media Networks’ Influence On Female Consumer Behavior and Purchasing Decisions.” Published in the International Journal of Consumer Behavior.
  • Miles, D. (2014). APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Measuring Social Media and Consumer Behavior: Using Structural Equation Modeling for Measuring Social Media’s Influence On Consumer Behavior.” Published in the Journal of Marketing Perspectives.
  • Miles, D. and Sparks, W. (2014), APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Women in Management and Firing Decisions – An Empirical Study Examining Women’s Termination Decisions in The Apprentice with Donald Trump.” Published in the Academy of Business Research Journal.
  • Miles, D. (2014), APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: Gender Differences and Management Decisions: A Focus Group Study on Gender Decision Behavior.” Published in the British Journal of Economics, Management & Trade.
  • Miles, D. (2014), APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Racial Differences and Economic Behavior Patterns with Business Ventures: A Comparative Study On Black-Owned and White-Owned Business Enterprises.” Published in the Journal of Applied Economics and Business.
  • Miles, D. (2014), APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Developing A Taxonomy for Identifying Entrepreneurial Risk: An Empirical Study on Entrepreneurial Risk Patterns of Business Enterprises.” Published in the Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship.
  • Miles, D. (2014), APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Are Female-Owned Business Ventures Riskier Than Male-Owned Business Ventures? A Comparative Study of Gender Influences On Economics and Entrepreneurial Risk Patterns.” Published in the International Journal of Advanced Research.
  • Miles, D. (2013), APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Measuring Customer Behavior and Profitability: Using Marketing Analytics to Examine Customer Behavioral Patterns in Business Ventures.” Published in the Academy of Marketing Studies.
  • Miles, D. (2013), APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Examining Market Behavior and Firm Risk Patterns: An Empirical Analysis on Hispanic Female-owned Businesses Enterprises.” Published in the International Journal of Economy, Management and Social Sciences.
  • Miles, D. (2013), APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Are Minority Firms Guilty Until Proven Innocent? An Empirical Study on Market Behavior of Minority Businesses.” Published in the International Journal of Business Research and Development.
  • Miles, D. and Sparks, W. (2013), APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Examining Social Media and Higher Education: An Empirical Study on Rate My Professors.com and Its Impact on College Students.” Published in the International Journal of Economy, Management and Social Sciences.
  • Miles, D. (2013), APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Ethnicity, Gender and Profitability: A Comparative Study on Black Female-Owned Businesses and Black Male-Owned Businesses.” Published in the Global Business and Economics Research Journal.
  • Miles, D. (2013), APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Are Hispanic-Owned Businesses Different? An Empirical Study on Market Behavior and Risk Patterns of Hispanic-Owned Business Ventures.” Published in the Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship.
  • Miles, D. (2012), APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “You’re Fired: An Empirical Study of the Management and Termination Decisions in Donald Trump’s The Apprentice.” Published in the Journal of Management Research.
  • Miles, D. (2012). APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Using Analytics to Identify Economic Patterns: An Empirical Study on Using Business Analytics to Identify and Measure Economic Patterns with Small Business Enterprises.” Published in the Global Business and Economics Research Journal.
  • Miles, D. (2012). APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Female Business Ventures: A Comparison Study on Market Behavior of Female-Owned Business Enterprises.” Published in the Southern Business and Economic Journal.
  • Miles, D. (2012). APPLIED STATISTICS RESEARCH: “Examining Forces That Impact Firms: A Factor Analysis of Endogenous and Exogenous Risk Factors and Their Effect on Small Business Enterprises.” Published in the Academy of Business Research Journal.
  • Miles, D. (2011). RESEARCH: “Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Application: Using The Harvard Case Study Method to Develop Higher Order Thinking Skills With College Students.” Published in the Southwest Teaching and Learning Journal.
  • Miles, D. (2009). RESEARCH: “Phoenix Rising? The Emerging Threat of For-Profit Universities on Traditional Higher Education Institutions.” Published in the Southwest Teaching and Learning Journal.