• Arthur Gross-Schaefer and Sona Gala’s paper titled "To Wait for the Law to Change or not to Wait, That is the Question: A Guide for Same-Gender Couples and Clergy on the Necessity of Using Private Law to Protect the Rights of Same-Sex Relationships" was accepted for publication by the International Journal of Social Science Studies
  • Laurel Franzen co-wrote an article titled “Bringing leased assets onto the balance sheet” with Kimberly Cornaggia (American University) and Timothy Simin (Penn State) that published in the Journal of Corporate Finance. The Kogod School of Business at American University regularly publishes a business trend magazine based on faculty research called Kogod Now and Laurel’s paper played a significant role in the magazine’s latest cover story, “Off the Books.” Click here to access the cover story.
  • David Choi’s case study titled “Caffebéne: Master Brewer of Growth and Global Ambition” published by the North American Case Research Association is a top three finalist for the Curtis E. Tate Jr. Award at the NACRA meeting October 23-25th. 
  • Dave Stewart will serve as guest editor of an issue of a new journal called the Journal of the Association for Consumer Research, which is sponsored by the Association for Consumer Research and edited by Joel Huber of Duke University. The special issue Dave will edit is scheduled for Summer 2016 and will focus on Consumer Response to Regulations. Dave also recently agreed to edit a new book to be published by M. E. Sharpe (recently acquired by Routledge/Taylor & Francis). The book will focus on the 10 years of work of the Marketing Accountability Standards Boards on marketing accountability and the relationship of marketing to the financial performance of the firm.
  • Charlie Vance and George Hess just received word that their article (with two other co-authors) titled “Cognitive Style and Innovation in Organizations” has published in the European Journal of Innovation Management.   
  • Myla Bui and Mitch Hamilton’s manuscript titled "The Power of Promoting Healthy Brands: Familiarity in Healthy Product Decision Making" was accepted for publication by the Journal of Promotion Management. (With an additional co-author, Elyria Kemp from the University of New Orleans.)
  • Patricia Martinez’s manuscript titled "Overqualification, Mismatched Qualification, and Hiring Decisions: Perceptions of Employers" has been accepted for publication in Personnel Review. Co-authors are Mark Lengnick-Hall (UT San Antonio) and Mukta Kulkarni (Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore).
  • Robbie Nakatsu is the lead author of an article that has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Information Science. The title of the article is “A Taxonomy of Crowdsourcing Based on Task Complexity.” Co-authors are Elissa Grossman (USC) and Charles Iacovou (Wake Forest University). 
  • Mehrdad Sharbaf's paper titled “A New Perspective to Information Security: Total Quality Information Security Management” has been accepted at the 7th International Conference on Security of Information and Networks sponsored by the University of Glasgow and the Scottish Information & Computer Science Alliance. The proceedings will be published by ACM. 
  • Carl Oliver's paper, "Good News: How Companies Can Hear More Bad News," has been accepted for publication in Compliance & Ethics Professional.
  • David Offenberg and Micah Officer’s paper, titled "The totality of change-in-control payments," was accepted into the Journal of Corporate Finance
  • Anatoly Zhuplev served as lead editor on a new book titled “Geo-Regional Competitiveness in Central and Eastern Europe, the Baltic Countries, and Russia” published by IGI Global. He also contributed a preface to the book and Chapter 11 titled “Russia: Ambitions and Ammunitions in Global Economic Competitiveness.” Click here for more details. 
  • Patricia Martinez received news that her manuscript titled "Overqualified? A Conceptual Model of Managers' Perceptions of Overqualification in Selection Decisions" was accepted for publication in the Journal Personnel Review. Co-authors include Mark Lengnick-Hall (UT San Antonio) and Mukta Kulkarni (Indian Institute of Management-Bangalore). 
  • Yongsun Paik has published the following article: "Effects of two staffing decisions on the performance of MNC subsidiaries." Journal of Global Mobility: The Home of Expatriate Management Research, Vol. 2  (1), pp.85 - 101.
  • Charlie Vance presented a paper at the European Academy of Management Conference in Valencia, Spain. His paper, titled "Dynamic Global Careers: An Internal/External Model for Understanding International Career Self-Management," received best paper recognition for the conference's International Management track.
  • Andy Rohm, along with co-author Michael Weiss, has written a book titled “Herding Cats: A Strategic (and Timeless) Perspective on Harnessing the Power of Social Media” that is now available for pre-order on Amazon (it comes out in July). Amazon calls it "a concise, insightful, and actionable" read. We call it "a fun romp through the world of social media marketing."
  • A paper co-authored by Ivan Montiel (along with Javier Delgado and Raquel Antolín) titled "The Institutionalization of the Corporate Sustainability Field: A Literature Review" has been nominated for Best Conference Paper and Best Paper for Practical Implications at the 2014 Strategic Management Society Conference.  
  • A paper co-authored by Angélica Gutiérrez (along with Benjamin  A. Everly and Miguel M. Unzueta) titled “Social dominance orientation moderates reactions to Black and White discrimination claimants” has published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.  
  • Sijun Wang received word that her chapter titled “Service Failure and Recovery: Implications for Relationship Marketing” will publish in the Handbook of Research in Relationship Marketing, edited by Robert M. Morgan, Janet Tuner Parish, and George Dietz, and published by Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • The third edition of Dave Stewart's book, Focus Groups: Theory and Practice, co-authored with Prem Shamdasani of the National University of Singapore, was published last week by Sage. The second edition of the book, which was published in 2006, has been cited more than 3,700 times. 
  • Sona Gala and Arthur Gross-Schaefer's paper titled “To Wait for the Law to Change or Not to Wait, This is the Question: Using Private Law to Protect the Rights of Same Sex Couples” was given an outstanding paper award at the Pacific Southwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business. 
  • Charles Higgins's latest article "An After Tax Valuation of Debt Instruments" has been accepted into the Journal of Finance and Economics on "Multinational capital budgeting.” 
  • Congrats to Don DePamphilis whose textbook "Mergers, Acquisitions, and Other Restructuring Activities" just won the 2014 Textbook Excellence Award (Texty) from the Text and Academic Authors Association in the business category. The Texty Award recognizes excellence in current textbook and learning materials in their 2nd edition or later. The awards will be presented during a luncheon at TAA’s 27th Annual Textbook & Academic Authoring Conference in Baltimore, Maryland on June 21st. 
  • Ivan Montiel and Javier Delgado-Ceballos (University of Grenada) co-wrote an article titled "Defining and Measuring Corporate Sustainability: Are We There Yet?" that published in Organization & Environment. Click here to access the article.
  • Kala Seal and eight MBA students from the 2013 CMS Program (including Kae Ahanonu, Patrick Biggerstaff, Aleks Flacuks, Marc Hatfield, Matt Nahman, Terry Tram, Kris Woods and Daniel Yerelian) co-wrote an article titled “Mobile Brand Interaction in Southeast Asia: A Comparative Study” which published in the Winter 2013 issue of The International Journal of Mobile Marketing. Click here to access the full article. 
  • A paper co-written by Patricia Martinez was selected as a runner-up (Highly Commended Paper) for the 2013 Emerald Journals Literati Award at Management Research Journal. The paper is titled “Increasing work flexibility, decreasing organizational investment and employee job attitudes and citizenship behaviors under telecommuting” and published in Management Research:The Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management. 
  • Yongsun Paik received the Best Empirical Paper Award at the 2014 United States Association for Small Business Entrepreneurship (USASBE) national conference held in Fort Worth, TX  between Jan. 9-12. The paper, titled "International New Ventures, Gender, and Export Performance," was co-authored with Professors Ian Lee and Ugur Uygur from Loyola University Chicago. 
  • Jack Gregg and Dave Stewart recently published a paper titled “Speculations on the Future of Graduate Management Education.” The paper was the lead article in the Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, Vol. 13 (2), pp. 11 – 24.
  • A paper written by Kala Seal and his CMS students has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Mobile Marketing. The paper, titled “Mobile Brand Interaction in Southeast Asia: A Comparative Study,” was written by Kae Ahanonu, Patrick Biggerstaff, Aleks Flacuks, Marc Hatfield, Matt Nahman, Kala Seal, Terry Tram, Kris Woods and Daniel Yerelian.   
  • Patricia Martinez and co-author Carolina B. Gómez (Florida International University) published an article titled "Trading telecommuting flexibility for fewer training opportunities?" in Management Research: The Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management.
  • Cathy McGrath and Charlie Vance received word that their forthcoming publication, “Examining the Interaction of Extroversion and Network Structure in the Formation of Effective Informal Support Networks” has been accepted into the Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management.
  • Chris Manning's manuscript, “The CCIM Institute Membership, Its Interests, and Collaboration Opportunities With ARES Members,” co-authored with Ron Throupe, University of Denver, was accepted by the Journal of Business and Economics for publication.
  • Robbie Nakatsu is happy to report that his paper, "Using Venn Diagrams to Perform Logic Reasoning: An Algorithm for Automating the Syllogistic Reasoning of Categorical Statements," has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Intelligent Systems.
  • Myla Bui, along with colleagues Collin Payne (New Mexico State University), Mihai Niculescu (New Mexico State University) and David Just (Cornell University), are receiving nearly $200,000 in health research funding from the Paso del Norte Health Foundation to examine how easy-to-use consumer health interventions can positively influence healthier food purchases in the Paso del Norte region.
  • Charles Higgins has been notified that his article titled "The Case against Stock Picking" has been accepted for publication in the International Research Journal of Applied Finance.
  • Don DePamphilis will have the new, 7th edition of his textbook, “Mergers, Acquisitions, and Other Restructuring Activities,” published in October 2013.
  • Dong Chen recently published an article titled "Biking" for success: Lessons learned from China's competitive sectors in the August issue of Leadership Excellence (China Edition), a popular bilingual practitioner journal.   
  • Yongsun Paik published the following article, “National differences in intrinsic and extrinsic work values: The effects of post-industrialization” in the International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, August 2013 13: 159-174.
  • Anatoly Zhuplev received confirmation that a paper he co-wrote with three CMS 2012 students has published in Advances in Sustainability and Environmental Justice. The title of their research project was “Drivers, Trends, and Outlook in Sustainable Development: Comparing Best Practices in Northern Europe (Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden) and California” and written by Karina Branum, Laura Cepeda, Cody Howsmon and Anatoly Zhuplev.
  • Sijun Wang was notified that her article titled “The role of brand image congruity in Chinese consumers' brand preference” that published in Journal of Product & Brand Management has been chosen as a Highly Commended Award Winner at the Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2013. Her article has been read more than 1,500 times since it was published and was selected as one of the most impressive pieces of work the journal’s editorial team has seen throughout 2012.
  • Business Ethics: The Path to Certainty, a new book co-authored by current CBA lecturer Carl Oliver and former CBA lecturer Frank Daly, has been released worldwide by international publisher Tilde University Press. Written in business language, the book features the ethics dynamic model, the pillars model of CSR, and nine fallacies of business ethics.
  • Yongsun Paik co-edited a special issue of the International Journal of Human Resource Management, "Korean Human Resource Management in the Global Context," which published in March 2013.
  • Research by Carl Oliver, lecturer, was published as “Unintended Signs: Unobtrusive Measures of National Leaders' Moral Reasoning Orientation and Stage,” the lead article in the Journal of Organizational Moral Psychology, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 49-71. The research was partially funded by the Banta Center for Business, Ethics and Society.
  • David Stewart just received word of an award from Elsevier and the Journal of Retailing that one of his co-authored papers was the most frequently cited paper in the five years from 2007 – 2011. The reference for the paper is: Puccinelli, N.M., Goodstein, R.C., Grewal, D. Price R. Raghubir, P. and Stewart, D. W. (2009), "Customer Experience Management in Retailing: Understanding the Buying Process," Journal of Retailing, 85 (1), 15 – 30.
  • Yongsun Paik published the following article: "Institutional distance, host country and international business experience, and the use of parent country nationals," Human Resource Management Journal, 23 (1), pp. 52-71, January 2013.
  • Mahmoud Nourayi is happy to report that his co-authored article, “Firm profitability: Mean-reverting or random-walk behavior?”  is now published in the Journal of Economics and Business, Volume 66: pp. 76-97 (2013).
  • Peter Ring has received notification from Sage Publishers, Inc. that they have published (in their SAGE Library in Business and Management series) a Five Volume set on Inter-organizational Relations which he co-edited with Steve Cropper of Keele University (UK) and Mark Ebers of Cologne University (Germany). Additionally, Oxford University Press has informed Peter and his co-editors Chris Huxham, Steve Cropper and Mark Ebers that their 2008 Oxford Handbook on Inter-Organizational Relations will be translated into Portuguese. The translated version will be “on the market” in 2014.
  • Charles Higgins’s article titled "In Defense of the Traditional IRA" has been accepted for publication in the International Research Journal of Applied Finance.
  • Don DePamphilis wrote a book review for the following book: Lovelady, Michael. “Profiting from Synthetic Annuities: Option Strategies to Increase Yield and Control Portfolio Risk,” FT Press, 2012 (ISBN: 978-0132929110).
  • Reporting on pioneering Module 1 EMBA course content, along with very favorable EMBA student experience over the past four years, Chris Manning and Bill Lindsey's work was recently published in the Journal of Executive Education: “Personal Inner Values: A Key to Effective Face-To-Face Business Communication,” with Mark Waldman, Andrew Newberg and Dorianne Cotter-Lockard, Vol. 11, No. 1, Fall 2012, pp. 37-65.
  • Anatoly Zhuplev, professor of management, wrote a chapter titled "Russian Energy Sector: Trends and Strategic Implications in the Eurasian Context." The chapter published in a book called "Impacts of Emerging Economies and Firms on International Business" (Ed. by Marin A. Marinov and Svetla T. Marinova. Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.)
  • An article based on Alan Cherry’s most recent sabbatical project was just accepted for publication. Titled "What's the Rush? IFRS, the SEC, and the Pressure on Accounting Instructors to Teach Still More Financial Reporting Rules," the paper will appear in a future issue of the American Journal of Business Education. Cherry’s co-author on this paper is Professor Bill Schwartz, currently a visiting professor at the College of Charleston.
  • Mahmoud Nourayi co-authored a paper titled "Firm Profitability: Mean-Reverting or Random-Walk Behavior” that has been accepted for publication in the upcoming issue of the Journal of Economics and Business.
  • Alan Cherry, professor of accounting, co-wrote a paper with Bill Schwartz that was just published in “Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations,” Volume 13, 2012. The paper, based on an innovative course Bill developed a few years ago, is titled “Bringing the "Real, Global World" into the Classroom.”
  • Don DePamphilis, professor of finance, recently published a chapter in a book titled "Upstart Graphics: Merger and Acquisition Issues." The chapter was included in the book, Entrepreneurship: Perspectives and Cases, which was edited by Paul Westhead, Mike Wright and Gerard McElwee. The book was released by Prentice Hall in mid-2012. 
  • Dong Chen, professor of strategic management and international business, won the Best Paper Award at the International Small Business Journal Special Issue Conference on Exploring Entrepreneurial Activity and Small Business Issues in the Chinese Economy. The title of his paper was the “Effect of Foreign Ownership on Cost of Borrowing: Evidence from Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises in China.” Professor Chen co-wrote the paper with Shujun Ding (University of Ottawa) and Zhenyu Wu (University of Manitoba).
  • Charles Higgins, professor of finance, wrote an article titled "The Hidden Meaning in Those Numbers and Letters" which is expected to publish in the September 2012 issue of the International Journal of Humanities and Social Science.
  • Charles Vance, management professor, published a chapter titled “Professional Military Education’s Imperative of Linear/Nonlinear Thinking Style Balance for Improved Strategic Thinking” in a recent research report by the U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, Enhancing the Army’s Strategic Thinking Capability: Insights to Assess, Develop and Retain Strategic Thinkers. As part of the development of this report, Vance joined other academics and US Army staff at a two-day forum at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas in early spring of 2012.
  • Benjamin Bobo, professor of finance, co-edited a book titled "Neo-Liberalism, Interventionism and the Developmental State," which scopes the spectrum of the interplay of politics, history, government, economics and business in the development of Africa. The book chronicles past development efforts, discusses their successes and failures and addresses the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) as a platform for articulating Africa's future.

  • Charles Higgins, professor of finance, wrote an article titled "Collecting Social Security Benefits After Age 66" which published in the July 2012 issue of the International Research Journal of Applied Finance. The article argues that taking benefits at age 66 is very preferable.

  • Frank Daroca, Larry Kalbers and Mahmoud Nourayi co-authored an article titled "The Impact of Corporate Governance and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act on CEO Compensation" which is expected to publish in the May/June 2012 issue of the Journal of Applied Business Research.

  • George Dasaro, professor of accounting, wrote an article that published in the November 2011 issue of Practical Tax Strategies titled "Tax Planning Strategies for Estate and Gift Taxes." In the article, Dasaro discusses the various estate planning strategies that can be employed to reduce the impact of estate and gift taxes on the transfer of assets to future generations.

  • Anatoly Zhuplev, professor of management, co-wrote a chapter titled "European Energy Security and Sustainability: The Russian Perspective," which published in the book, "Sustainable Systems and Energy Management at the Regional Level" (November 2011). The chapter explores the dynamics of the Russian energy sector and implications for European energy security and sustainability.

  • Alan Hogenauer, professor of travel and tourism, is featured in the new book by Jeopardy champ Ken Jennings called "Maphead: Charting the Wild, Weird World of Geography Wonks" (September 2011). In the book, Hogenauer discusses the idea of "systematic travel" and the role of geography in college curriculum.

  • Tom White, director of the Center for Ethics and Business, wrote a book called "Socrates Comes to Wall Street: A (Post-Meltdown) Dialogue on Business, Ethics and Leadership" which published in May 2011. The book lets the reader eavesdrop on a conversation about current ethical challenges in business between a beleaguered financial services CEO and a mysterious visitor who wears Armani suits, carries a pocket watch worth $11 million, controls 30% of the company’s stock and has been given the nickname “Socrates” by his friends. Intent on helping the CEO avoid future mistakes, “Socrates” uses a clever wager to draw the executive into a discussion about the fundamental “job” of business and what it means to do business “ethically.”   

  • Robert D. Winsor and Yongsun Paik director of the Center for Asian Business and Ross Bengel, J.D.Charles Vance, Ph.D. have co-authored the second edition of “Managing a Global Workforce.” The book provides balanced and contemporary coverage of human resource management in the international marketplace.

  • Anatoly Zhuplev, Robert D. Winsor and Donald DePamphilis published two books in August 2010 and signed a contract for a third book to be published next year. All three books will be published by Elsevier/Academic Press. Targeted primarily at practitioners, the first book, entitled Merger and Acquisition Basics, provides a quick overview of the subject, while relying on the latest academic research to substantiate key conclusions. The second book entitled, Merger and Acquisition Negotiations and Deal Structuring, is intended to integrate the perspectives of all participants in the negotiation and deal structuring process from investment bankers to lawyers to accountants and business managers. Finally, the sixth edition of Professor DePamphilis' textbook, entitled Mergers, Acquisitions and Other Restructuring Activities, will be published in August 2011. This book is widely used in the U.S., Europe, and Asia, with earlier editions having been translated into Chinese and Russia.

  • Ross Bengel and George Dasaro co-authored a paper titled "The Future of Estate and Gift Tax Reform," which was published in the Journal of Taxation of Investments, pp 67.

  • Anatoly Zhuplev and Patricia Martinez recently co-authored two articles: "Contingent Employment Relationships Between Tour Guides and Tour Operators in Ecuador: Human Resource Management Practices and Attitudinal Outcomes. A Unique Relationship Between Tour Guides and Tour Operating Companies in Ecuador" (Gavino, M., Martinez, P.G. & Malos, S.) in the Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, and "Creating Psychological and Legal Contracts Through Human Resource Practices: A Signaling Theory Perspective" (Suazo, M., Martínez, P.G & Sandoval, R. 2009) in the Human Resources Management Review, pp 19(2), 154-166.

  • Mahmoud Nourayi, authored “Speculative Markets and CEO Compensation,” which published in the Journal of Global Business Issues, Vol. (4), Issue 1, Spring 2010: pp 37-49.

  • Robert D. Winsor co-authored "An Empirical Examination of the 'Rule of Three': Strategy Implications for Top Management, Marketers, and Investors," written along with Can Uslay, Z. Ayca Altintig, which published in the Journal of Marketing. The article is a study that represents the first empirical examination of the “Rule of Three,” a theory at odds with several popular notions regarding industry structure and business performance, including the positive linear market share– performance relationship.  

  • Mahmoud Nourayi co-authored "Non-Financial Measures, Aggregation and Performance Evaluation" an article with Giorgio Canarella. The article appeared in the 2009 Journal of Business Inquiry, Volume 8, pp. 1-11; it examines the operational use and the predictive power of aggregated data of performance.

  • Tom White published an article titled “Business, Science, and Ethics: A Case Study in the Necessary Evolution of Methodology” online in Between the Species. 

  • Palgrave Macmillan has offered Tom White a contract to write a book titled In Defense of Whales. This is part of a new series sponsored by the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics. The book will primarily examine the ethical issues connected with the attempts of a few countries to bring back commercial whaling.

  • Anatoly Zhuplev published an article on entrepreneurship with co-author Dmitry Shtykho in the latest issues of the Journal of East-West Business. Zhuplev also wrote a chapter in the recently published book, Global Entrepreneurship.

  • Fred Kiesner published a book titled Creating Entrepreneurs: Making Miracles Happen. The book, which teaches aspiring entrepreneurs the tricks of success in any market, is an action-oriented primer and toolbox of tested ideas and answers to entrepreneurial education problems, issues, questions, and guidance for developing worldwide entrepreneurship education programs and creating the entrepreneurial winners of tomorrow.

  • The 5th edition of a textbook by Donald DePamphilis (Mergers, Acquisitions, and Other Restructuring Activities ) published in August 2009. This is a leading textbook on the subject in the U.S., Europe and Asia and earlier editions have been translated into Chinese and Russian.

  • Mahmoud Nourayi, along with co-author Prof. Giorgio Canarella of UNLV, published the article "Non-financial Measures, Aggregation, and Performance Evaluation" in the Journal of Business Inquiry.

  • Arthur Gross-Schaefer and co-author Steve Jacobsen published their article, "Understanding Clergy Burnout: A Guide for Spiritual Directors when working with Religious Leaders," Presence, 15(2), June 2009. 

  • George Dasaro published an article titled "City Abuses Citizens' Trust: Preventing Securities Fraud in Municipal Bond Issues" in Fraud magazine.

  • Ellen Ensher was featured in an article on mentoring in the April 2009 issue of Success magazine. Ensher shared success statistics for those who have mentors vs. those who do not. Ensher was also featured in a story on women's leadership in the March issue of Connections, the magazine of the Association of Jesuit Colleges & Universities.

  • Cathleen McGrath and co-author Deone Zell published "Profiles of Trust: Who to turn To and for What" in the Winter 2009 issue of the MIT Sloan Management Review. The article can be found here.
  • David Offenberg published an article titled "Firm Size and the Effectiveness of the Market for Corporate Control" in the Journal of Corporate Finance.
  • Chris Manning and co-author David Harrison published “Characteristics of Recent Real Estate Research: 2000-2006” in the Journal of Real Estate Practice and Education.
  • Benjamin F. Bobo published an article titled “Solve the Problem: The Role of B-School Pedagogy in Redressing Third World Poverty” in Advances in Financial Education (Vol. 6). He also has a number of pieces which were submitted to Africa World Press, Edward Elgar Publishing, the Journal of World Business and the Journal of Third World Studies.
  • Larry Kalbers and co-author W.J. Cenker published “The Impact of Exercised Responsibility, Experience, Autonomy, and Role Ambiguity on Job Performance in Public Accounting,” in the Journal of Managerial Issues.
  • Ying Sai published two articles in Contemporary Management Research/CMR ( “A Study of Lottery Ticket Based Pricing Model in Electronic Commerce” and “Providing Trustworthy Trading Environment with Authentication Protocol in Online Auctions”) and one in print (“Regenerative Patterning in Swarm Robots—What Can Robots and Stem Cell Biology Learn from Each Other, Special Issue on Pattern Formation of International Journal of Development Biology).