Arthur Rasher

Art Rasher

Associate Professor of ManagementHelmerich Hall 104
918-631-2862
arasher@utulsa.edu

Professor Arthur A. Rasher has been the recipient of the Mayo Teaching Excellence Award, Medicine Wheel Award for Meritorious Community Service and a Best Paper Award at the National Meetings of the Academy of Management.  He is also the cohost of the radio show Business World on the local NPR affiliate.  Before joining the faculty at The University of Tulsa, Rasher was on the faculty of Florida State University and Michigan State University and was employed by Andersen Consulting Company and Union Oil Company of California.  He also is a member of the Academy of management and serves on the Board of Directors of two nonprofit organizations in Oklahoma.

Education and Degrees Earned

  • Ph.D., 1982, Michigan State University
  • Specialist, 1978, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • M.B.A., 1975, Eastern Michigan University
  • B.S. Ch.E., 1970, Michigan State University

Areas of Academic Specialty

  • History of management thought
  • International management
  • Organizational cultures

Publications

  • An Accounting Curriculum Issue: The Importance of Microcomputer Knowledge to the Accounting Practitioner
    With Beatty, The Journal of Microcomputer Systems Management (Winter 1992): 24-30.
  • The Relationship Between Environmental and Process Variables and User Satisfaction with Off-the-Shelf Accounting Information Systems
    With Beatty and Volkan, Accounting Systems Journal (Fall 1989).
  • Determinants of Successful Off-the-Shelf Software Implementation in the New Computing Environment
    With Beatty and Volkan, Accounting Systems Journal (Fall 1989).
  • Dual Career Paths to Reduce Data Processing Personnel Turnover: An Empirical Justification
    With Stepina, Information Management Review Vol 2, Issue 4 (spring 1987).
  • A Longitudinal Study of Environmental Assessment and Corporate Performance
    With Newgren, LaRoe and Szabo, Research in Corporate Social Performance and Policy Vol. 7 (Fall 2985): 153-164.