Recent Publications

 

Sidney L. Barton, PhD - Associate Professor / Goering Faculty Executive

  • Knapp, J., Smith, B., Kreiner, G., Sundaramurthy, C., & Barton, S. (2013). Managing boundaries through identity work: The role of individual and organizational tactics. Family Business Review, 26: 333-355.
  • Woods, J., Dalziel, T., & Barton, S. (2012). Escalation of commitment in private family business: The effect of outside board members. Journal of Family Business Strategy, 3: 18-27.

            (bold denotes UC doctoral students)

 

Joanna T. Campbell, PhD – Assistant Professor

  • Campbell, J. T., & Weese, M. L. (In press). Compositional models and organizational research: Application of a mixture model to non-experimental data in the context of CEO pay. Organizational Research Methods.
  • Haynes, K. T., Campbell, J. T., & Hitt, M. A. (In press). When more is not enough: Executive greed and its influence on shareholder wealth. Journal of Management.
  • Campbell, J., Sirmon, D., & Schijven, M.  (2016). Fuzzy logic and the market: A configurational approach to investor perceptions of acquisition announcements. Academy of Management Journal, 59: 153-187.
  • Martin, G., Campbell, J.T., & Gomez-Mejia, L.R. (2016). Family control, socioemotional wealth and earnings management in publicly traded firms. Journal of Business Ethics, 133(3): 453–469.
  • Gilbert, B. & Campbell, J. (2015). The geographic origins of radical technological paradigms: A configurational study. Research Policy, 44: 311–327.
  • Haynes, K., Hitt, M., & Campbell, J. (2015). The dark side of leadership: Toward a mid-range theory of hubris and greed in entrepreneurial contexts. Journal of Management Studies, 52: 479–505.
  • Kish-Gephart, J. & Campbell, J.  (2015). You don't forget your roots: The influence of CEO social class background on strategic risk taking. Academy of Management Journal, 58: 1614–1636.
  • Gomez-Mejia, L., Campbell, J., Martin, G., Hoskisson, R., Makri, M. & Sirmon, D. (2014). Socioemotional wealth as a mixed gamble: Revisiting family firm R&D investments with the behavioral agency model. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 1351–1374.
  • Campbell, J., Campbell, T., Sirmon, D., Bierman, L. &Tuggle, C.(2012). Shareholder influence over director nomination via proxy access: Implications for agency conflict and stakeholder value. Strategic Management Journal, 1431–1451.
  • Campbell, J., Eden, L. & Miller, S. (2012). Does distance matter? Multinationals and corporate social responsibility in host countries. Journal of International Business Studies, 84–106.
  • Sirmon, D., Hitt, M., Arregle, J-L. & Campbell, J. (2010). Capability strengths and weaknesses in dynamic markets: Investigating the bases of temporary competitive advantage. Strategic Management Journal, 1386‒1409.
  • Umphress, E., Campbell, J. & Bingham, J. (2010). Paved with good intentions: Unethical behavior conducted to benefit the organization, coworkers, and customers. In "Managerial Ethics: Managing the Psychology of Morality". Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 127‒152.

 

Amanda Christensen, PhD- Assistant Professor

  • Walumbwa,F & Christensen, A.  (2013). The importance of social capital in the workplace and how individuals and organizations can support its development. The fulfilling workplace: The organization’s role in achieving individual and organizational health, 105-117.
  • Walumbwa, F., Christensen, A. & Muchiri, M. (2013). Transformational leadership and meaningful work. Purpose and meaning in the workplace, 197-215.
  • Walumbwa, F., Morrison, E. & Christensen, A.  (2012). The effect of ethical leadership on group performance: The mediating role of group conscientiousness and group voice. The Leadership Quarterly, 953-964.
  • Walumbwa, F., Christensen, A. & Hailey, F. (2011). Authentic leaders and the knowledge economy: Sustaining motivation and trust among knowledge workers. Organizational Dynamics, 110-118.
  • Walumbwa, F., Mayer, D., Wang, P., Wang, H., Workman, K., & Christensen, A. (2011). Linking ethical leadership to employee performance: The roles of leader-member exchange, self-efficacy, and organizational identification. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 204-213.

 

Thomas Dalziel, PhD – Associate Professor /  Executive Director, Entrepreneurship Center

  • Dalziel, T. (2013). Who do start-up firms imitate? A study of new market entries in the CLEC industry. Journal of Small Business Management, 51: 525-538.
  • Woods, J., Dalziel, T., & Barton, S. (2012). Escalation of commitment in private family business: The effect of outside board members. Journal of Family Business Strategy, 3: 18-27.
  • Dalziel, T., Gentry, R., & Bowerman, M. (2011). An integrated agency-resource dependence view of the influence of directors' human and relational capital on firms' R&D spending. Journal of Management Studies, 48: 1217-1242.
  • Dalziel, T., White, R., & Arthurs, J. (2011). Principal costs in initial public offerings. Journal of Management Studies, 48: 1346-1364.
  • Knapp, J., Dalziel, T., & Lewis, M. (2011). Governing top managers: Board control, social categorization, and their unintended influences on discretionary behaviors. Corporate Governance: An International Review, 19: 295-310.
  • Dalziel, T. White, R., Arthurs, J., & Hoskisson, R. (2010). Initially distracted: The influence of boards on agency costs in initial public offering (IPO) firms. In: Audretsch, D. B., Dagnino, G. B., Faraci, R., & Hoskisson, R. E. (Eds.) New Frontiers in Entrepreneurship: Recognizing, Seizing, and Executing, VII: 11-30.

       (bold denotes UC doctoral students)

 

Larry Gales, PhD – Associate Professor / Academic Director, International Programs

  • Li, J., Gales, L., Yi, M., & Hu, H. (2011). Perceived market/government influences, politics and justice in Chinese organizations. Frontiers of Business Research in China, 5: 490-511.
  • Gales, L. (2008). The role of culture in technology management research: National character and cultural distance frameworks. Journal of Engineering Technology Management/Elsevier, 25: 3-22.
  • Welsh, M. A., Gales, L. & Zirger, B. J.  (2008). Introduction to special issue: Research on management of technology and innovation in a global context. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, 25: 1-2.
  • Welsh, M. A., Gales, L., & Zirger, B. J.  (2008). Research on management of technology and innovation in a global context: An introduction. IEEE Transactions, 25: 1-2.

        (bold denotes UC doctoral students)

 

Elaine Hollensbe, PhD - Professor

  • Urick, M. J., Hollensbe, E. C., Masterson, S. S., & Lyons, S.  (In press). Understanding and managing intergenerational interactions: Influences, tensions, and strategies. Work, Aging, and Retirement.
  • Lenges, M., Hollensbe, E. C., & Masterson S. S. (2016) The human side of restructures: The role of shifting identification.  Journal of Management Inquiry, 25: 382-396.
  • Kim, S., Hollensbe, E. C., Schwoerer, C. S., & Halbesleben, J. (2015) Dynamics of a wellness program:  A conservation of resources perspective. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 20: 62-71.
  • Kreiner, G. E., Hollensbe, E. C., Sheep, M. L., Smith, B., & Kataria, N. (2015) The dialectic tensions of identity elasticity: How can we hold together while we’re pulling apart? Academy of Management Journal, 58: 981-1011. 
  • Hollensbe, E. C., Wookey, C., Hickey, L., George, G., & Nichols, V. (2014). Organizations with purpose.  Academy of Management Journal, 57: 1227-1234.
  • Urick, M. J. & Hollensbe, E. C. (2014). Toward an identity-based perspective of generations. In: Parry, E. (Ed.) New Perspectives on Generational Diversity, Palgrave Macmillan: New York.
  • Yates, M. & Hollensbe, E. C. (2013). On the positives of peripheral corporate social responsibility. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 6: 368-372.
  • Knapp, J. R., Hollensbe, E. C., & Enns-Gordon, J. (2012). Not all organization-based self-esteem is created equal: Sources and consequences of OBSE fragility. Journal of Organizational Psychology, 12 (3): 82-96.
  • Stewart-Sicking, J. A., Ciarrocchi, J. W., Hollensbe, E. C., & Sheep, M. L. (2010). Workplace characteristics, career/vocation satisfaction, and existential well-being in Episcopal clergy. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 19: 1-16.
  • Kreiner, G.E., Hollensbe, E.C., & Sheep, M.L. (2009). Do I Build a Bridge or Secure the Border?: Negotiating the Work-Home Interface via Boundary Work Tactics. Academy of Management Journal. Winner of Best Paper Award, OB Division, Academy of Management, 2006.
  • Stewart-Sicking, J.A., Ciarrocchi, J.W., Hollensbe, E.C., & Sheep, M.L. (2010). Worklace characteristics, career/vocation satisfaction, and existential well-being in Episcopal clergy. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 19 October 2010 (iFirst), 1-16.
  • Hollensbe, E.C., Khazanchi, S., & Masterson, S.S. (2008) How do I assess if my supervisor and organization are fair? Identifying the rules underlying entity-based justice perceptions. Academy of Management Journal.
  • Kreiner, G.E., Hollensbe, E.C., & Sheep, M.L. (2006) Where is the “me” among the “we”? Identity work and the search for optimal balance. Academy of Management Journal.
  • Kreiner, G.E., Hollensbe, E.C., & Sheep, M.L. (2006) On the edge of identity: Boundary dynamics at the interface of individual and organizational identities. Human Relations.

        (bold denotes UC doctoral students)

 

Joel Koopman, PhD – Assistant Professor

  • Calderwood, C. C., Gabriel, A. S., Rosen, C. C., Simon, L. S., & Koopman, J. (In press). 100 years running: The need to understand why employee physical activity benefits organizations. Journal of Organizational Behavior.
  • Lim, S., Ilies, R., Koopman, J., Christoforou, P., & Arvey, R. (In press). Emotional mechanisms linking incivility at work to withdrawal and aggression at home: An experience-sampling study. Journal of Management.
  • Matta, F., Scott, B. A., Colquitt, J. A., & Koopman, J., & Passantino, L. (In press). Is consistently unfair better than sporadically fair? An investigation of justice variability and stress. Academy of Management Journal.
  • Rosen, C. C., Koopman, J., Gabriel, A. S., & Johnson, R. E. (In press). Who strikes back? A daily investigation of when and why incivility begs incivility. Journal of Applied Psychology.
  • Koopman, J., Lanaj, K., & Scott, B. A. (2016). Integrating the bright and dark sides of OCB: A daily investigation of the benefits and costs of helping others. Academy of Management Journal, 59: 414-435.
  • Koopman, J., Matta, F. Scott, B., & Conlon, D. (2015). Ingratiation and popularity as antecedents of justice: A social exchange and social capital perspective. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 131: 132-148.
  • Koopman, J., Howe, M., Hollenbeck, J., & Sin, H. (2015). Small sample mediation testing: Misplaced confidence in bootstrapped confidence intervals. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100: 194-202.
  • Lee, S., Koopman, J., Hollenbeck, J., Lanaj, K., & Wang, L. (2015). The Team Descriptive Index (TDI): A multidimensional scaling approach for team description. Academy of Management Discoveries, 1: 5-30.
  • Matta, F., Scott, B., Koopman, J., & Conlon, D. (2015). Does seeing "eye to eye" affect work engagement and OCB? A role theory perspective on LMX agreement. Academy of Management Journal, 58: 1686-1708.
  • Koopman, J., Howe, M., Hollenbeck, J. (2014). Pulling the Sobel Test Up By Its Bootstraps. More Statistical and Methodological Myths and Urban Legends, 224-244.
  • Koopman, J., Howe, M., Johnson, R., Tan, J. & Chang, C-H. (2013). A Framework for Developing Word Fragment Completion Tasks. Human Resource Management Review, 242-253.
  • Uhlmann, E., Leavitt, K., Menges, J., Koopman, J., Howe, M. & Johnson, R. (2012). Getting Explicit about the Implicit: A Taxonomy of Implicit Measures and Guide for Their Use in Organizational Research. Organizational Research Methods, 553-601.
  • Dimotakis, N., Scott, B. & Koopman, J. (2011). An Experience Sampling Investigation of Workplace Interactions, Affective States, and Employee Well-Being. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 572-588.
  • Wilson, K., Conlon, D. & Koopman, J. (2011). Fairness and Consumer Behavior: A WWJD (What Would Justice Do?) Analysis. Current Topics in Management, 63-91.

 

Suzanne S. Masterson, PhD - Professor / Doctoral Program Director

  • Urick, M. J., Hollensbe, E. C., Masterson, S. S., & Lyons, S.  (In press). Understanding and managing intergenerational interactions: Influences, tensions, and strategies. Work, Aging, and Retirement.
  • Lenges, M., Hollensbe, E. C., & Masterson S. S. (2016) The human side of restructures: The role of shifting identification.  Journal of Management Inquiry, 25: 382-396.
  • Masterson, S. S. (2015). Turning the page: JOB's chapter four. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 36: 1-2.
  • Masterson, S. S. & Tong, N. (2015). Justice perception formation in social settings. In: Cropanzano, R.S. & Ambrose, M. (Eds.) Oxford Handbook of Justice in the Workplace, 291-308.
  • Ford, M., Evans, J., & Masterson, S. S. (2014). An information processing perspective of process management: Evidence from Baldrige award recipients. Quality Management Journal, 25-41.
  • Masterson, S. S. (2013). Revisiting the 2008 JOB mission. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 34: 581-582.
  • Evans, J. & Masterson, S. S. (2012). Beyond performance excellence: Research insights from Baldrige recipient feedback. Total Quality Management and Business Excellence, 23: 489-506.
  • Evans, J. & Masterson, S. S. (2012). The road to maturity: process management and integration of strategic human resource processes. Quality Management Journal, 19: 30-46.
  • Khazanchi, S. & Masterson, S. S. (2011). Who and what is fair matters: A multi-foci social exchange model of creativity. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 32: 86-106.
  • Stamper, C. L., Masterson, S. S., & Knapp, J. R. (2009). A typology of membership profiles: Understanding different membership relationships through the lens of social exchange. Management and Organization Review, 5: 303-328.
  • Hollensbe, E.C., Khazanchi, S., & Masterson, S.S. (2008). Examining the formation of entity-based fairness perceptions: Evidence of both traditional and emergent justice rules. Academy of Management Journal, 51, 1099-1116.

            (bold denotes UC doctoral students)

 

Charles H. Matthews, PhD - Professor

  • Matthews, C.  Schenkel, M., Ford, M., & Human, S. (2013). Financing complexity and sophistication in nascent ventures. Journal of Small Business Strategy, 23: 15-29.
  • Hechavarria, D., Renko, M., & Matthews, C. (2012). The nascent entrepreneurship hub: Goals, entrepreneurial self-efficacy and start-up outcomes. Small Business Economics, 39: 685-701.
  • Schenkel, M., D'Souza, R., & Matthews, C. (2012). Entrepreneurial capital: Examining linkages in human and social capital of new ventures. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 17, 1-25.
  • Human, S., Clark, T., Matthews, C., Gunnarsonn, C., & Stewart, J. (2010). A comparative examination of career and start-up expectations in South Korea, Ukraine, and United States. New England Journal of Entrepreneurship, Spring: 29-46.
  • Matthews, C. H., Schenkel, M. T., Ford, M., & Human, S. (2009). Comparing nascent entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs and expectations of firm growth. Journal of Small Business Strategy, 20(1): 53-80.
  • Schenkel, M. T., Matthews, C. H., & Ford, M. W. (2009). Making rational use of ‘irrationality'? Exploring the role of need for cognitive closure in nascent entrepreneurial activity. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 21(1): 51-76.
  • Smith, B. R., Matthews, C. H., & Schenkel, M. T. (2009). Differences in entrepreneurial opportunities: the role of tacitness and codification in opportunity identification. Journal of Small Business Management, 47(1): 38-57.
  • Heriot, K., Cook, R., Matthews, C., & Simpson, L., (2007) “Creating Active and High-Impact Learning.” Industry & Higher Education, December, 427-434.

            (bold denotes UC doctoral students)

 

Heather C. Vough, PhD – Assistant Professor

  • Vough, H.C., Bindl, U. & Parker, S. (In press) The routinization of proactive work behaviors: How employees in a low autonomy work contexts self-initiate change. (Accepted at Human Relations)
  • Vough, H. C. & Caza, B. B (In press). Where do I go from here? Sensemaking and the construction of growth-based stories in the wake of denied promotions. Academy of Management Review.
  • Vough, H.C., Bataille, C.D., Lee, M.D., & Sargent, L. (2016) Next-gen retirement: Post-career life has changed, and it demands a new approach. Harvard Business Review, 94(6): 104-107.
  • Vough, H. C., Bataille, C. D. Noh, S. C., & Lee, M. D. (2015) Going off script: How managers make sense of the ending of their careers. Journal of Management Studies, 52(3): 414-440.
  • Vough, H., Cardador, M.T., Bednar, J., Dane, E. & Pratt, M. (2013). What clients don't get about my profession: The costs and management of role-based image discrepancies. Academy of Management Journal, 1050-1080.
  • Gagnon, S., Vough, H. & Nickerson, R. (2012). Learning to lead, unscripted: Using improvisational theatre to teach affiliative leadership. Human Resource Development Review, 299-325.
  • Vough, H. (2012). Not all identifications are created equal: Exploring employee accounts for workgroup, organizational, and professional identification. Organization Science, 778-800.
  • Sargent, L., Bataille, C., Vough, H. & Lee, M.D.  (2011). Metaphors for retirement: Unshackled from schedules. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 315-324.
  • Vough, H. & Parker, S. (2008). Work design: Still going strong. Handbook of Organizational Behavior, Sage, 410-426.

 

BJ Zirger, PhD, MBA Associate Dean / Associate Professor

  • Welsh, M. A., Gales, L. & Zirger, B. J.  (2008). Introduction to special issue: Research on management of technology and innovation in a global context. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, 25: 1-2.
  • Welsh, M. A., Gales, L., & Zirger, B. J.  (2008). Research on management of technology and innovation in a global context: An introduction. IEEE Transactions, 25: 1-2.