14. Monty L. Lynn & John E. Timmerman (ACU) (1999), “When in Rome…or Riga: The Ethics of ‘Little’ Things,” Annual Advances, Case Research Association, Northern Michigan University, Marquette, Michigan.
15. Monty L. Lynn & Darren J. Keyes (ACU student) (1999), “Microeconomic Development as Active Biblical Integration,” Proceedings, Christian Business Faculty Association Conference, Dallas Baptist University, Dallas, Texas.
16. Dušan Lesjak (University of Maribor) & Monty L. Lynn (1999), “Are Slovene Small Firms using IT Strategically?” Proceedings, International Association of Computer Information Systems, San Antonio, Texas, pp. 141-147.
17. Samo Bobek (University of Maribor), Richard S. Lytle (ACU) & Monty L. Lynn (1998), “Advancing Service Quality in a Transitional Economy: The Case of ProBanka,” in Eberhard E. Scheuing, Stephen W. Brown, Bo Edvardsson & Robert Johnston (eds.), QUIS 6: Pursuing Service Excellence: Practices and Insights, International Service Quality Association (Jamaica, New York), Norwalk, Connecticut, pp. 45-54.
18. Jozell Brister (ACU), Monty L. Lynn & Matjaž Mulej (University of Maribor) (1998), “Downsizing: A US and Slovene Comparison,” in Erdener Kaynak, Kip Becker, & Orsay Kucukemiroglu (eds.), Proceedings: Global Business Prospects and Challenges: Enhancing and Developing World Markets through Global Competitive Strategies, International Management Development Association, Third World Congress on Management, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
19. Dušan Lesjak (University of Maribor), Monty L. Lynn & Samo Bobek (University of Maribor) (1998), “Information Technology in Small Slovene Firms: Is Strategic Usage Bypassed?” in Walter R. J. Baets (ed.), Proceedings, Sixth European Conference on Information Systems, Aix-en-Provence, France, pp. 1528-1535.
20. Samo Bobek (University of Maribor), Monty L. Lynn, & Richard S. Lytle (ACU) (1998), “Service Orientation in Emerging Markets: Does it Matter?” Proceedings, European Meeting on Cybernetics and Systems Research, Vienna, Austria.
21. Dušan Lesjak (University of Maribor), & Monty L. Lynn (1996), “Information Technology in Small Swedish Firms: Why Strategic Applications are Bypassed,” Proceedings, International Association of Computer Information Systems, Las Vegas, Nevada.