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Mark Johnson

Assistant Professor
Department: The School of Hospitality Business
Office:
Eppley Center
667 N Shaw Ln Rm 204
East Lansing, MI 48824
Phone: (517) 432-6253
Curriculum Vitae
  • Biography
    Mark S. Johnson is an Assistant Professor of Hospitality Business, the School of Hospitality Business, the Eli Broad Graduate School of Management, Michigan State University.  He received his Ph.D. from Washington State University.  Dr. Johnson's current research focuses on Hospitality Finance and Valuation.  He has published in Cornell Hospitality Quarterly, Journal of Hospitality Financial Management, ICHRIE Research Reports and others.  During the 2019-2020 academic year Dr. Johnson will be teaching Introductory and Advanced Hospitality Finance.   Personal contact information: Assistant Professor of Hospitality Business, The Eli Broad College of Business, Michigan State University, 204 Eppley, 667N. Shaw Lane, East Lansing, MI 48824 Office (517) 432-6253. 
  • Publications
    Article
    Mark Johnson, Min Jung Kang and Yifan Zhou “The Impact of the Bio-terrorism Act on the Supply Chain and Firm Value,” Journal of Finance Issues, 2014, 13(2):21-39.



    Article
     Marilyn Johnson and Mark Johnson “Federal Tax Law Trumps Indian Canon: Implications for the Gaming Industry,”  Cornell Hospitality Quarterly, 2016, 57(4): 434-441.




    Article
     James Kim, A.J. Singh, Mark Johnson and R. Madelbaum “Macroeconomic Variables and Hotel Performance: Good and Bad News,” ICHRIE Research Reports, Lead Article, June 2016. 1-14.
    Article
     Mark Johnson, A.J. Singh and Qing Ma “The Impact of Authorization of the Travel Promotion Act on Hotel Firm Stock Returns,” Cornell Hospitality Quarterly, 2015, 56(1): 29-40.





    Article
     Mark Johnson, A.J. Singh and Yifan Zhou “Internet Gaming: Valuation Concerns for the Industry," Journal of Hospitality Financial Management, 2015, 23(1): 25-44.




    Article
    Mark Johnson, Min Jung Kang, Tolani Lawson and A.J. Singh “The Impact of Data Breaches on Hotel and Restaurant Firm Stock Returns,” Forthcoming: Journal of Hospitality Financial Management
    Article
    Mark Johnson “An End User Perspective: The Impact of FSMA on Restaurants,” Cornell Hospitality Quarterly, 2018, 59(1): 85-92.




    Article
    Mark Johnson “An End User Perspective: The Impact of FSMA on Restaurants,” Cornell Hospitality Quarterly, Forthcoming  2017



    Article
    Mark Johnson, Min Jung Kang and Tolani Lawson “Stock Price Reaction to Data Breaches,” Journal of Finance Issues, 2017, 16(2): 1-13.



  • Courses
    • HB 311: Introduction to Hospitality Finance
    • HB 482: Advanced Hospitality Finance

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