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Faculty Academic Journals (2015 – 1998)

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2015 (Published and Accepted for Publication)

  1. Smith, C. and F. Norton. Intimacy with the Earth: Insights from the Sufi and Jungian Alchemical Traditions on Transforming our Relationship with Matter. Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche, Volume 9, Issue 4, 2015 pp. 58-75.
  2. Sonfield, M. C., Lussier, R. N., Fahed-Sreih, J. (2015). "Planning for Succession in Family Businesses: A Comparison of Arab/Islamic and US Practices. International Journal of Business and Globalization.
  3. Sonfield, M. C., Lussier, R. N. (in press). “Micro” versus “Small” Family Businesses: A Multinational Analysis.” Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development.
  4. Sonfield, M. C., Lussier, R. (2015). “The Influence of the Entrepreneur’s Education Level on Strategic Decision-making.”
  5. Sonfield, M. C. (2015). “Outsourcing Strategies for Small Businesses: Issues, Theoretical Bases, and Guidelines.”
  6. Sonfield, M. C. (in press). Ethnic Minority Businesses and Targeted Assistance Programs in the U.S. and the U.K. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 21(2).
  7. Su, P., Liu, S. (2015). Dual Sourcing in Managing Operational and Disruption Risks in Contract Manufacturing. International Journal of Production Research, 53(1), 291-306.
  8. Comer, D. R., Lenaghan, J. A., Sengupta, K. Factors that Affect Students’ Capacity to Fulfill the Role of Online Learner. Journal of Education for Business, 90(3), 145-155.

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2014 (Published and Accepted for Publication)

  1. Schwartz, M., Comer, D. R. (2014). Why Moral Philosophy Cannot Explain Oskar Schindler But Keneally's Novel Can. Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations, 11, 131-152
  2. Sekerka, L. E., Comer, D. R., Godwin, L. N. (2014). Positive Organizational Ethics: Cultivating and Sustaining Moral Performance. Journal of Business Ethics, 119(4), 435-444.
  3. Flynn, D. M. (2014). Sustainable Development and Water Resource Scarcity. Sustainable Development and Water Resource Scarcity, 2(5), 12-28.
  4. Flynn, D. M. (2014). Tradition and Modernism: Sustainable Rice Culture. Studies in Asian Social Science, 1(2), 1-11.
  5. Flynn, D. M. (2014). Japan’s Rice Culture., Proceedings, Pan Pacific Business Association XXXI. (pp. 42-46). Pan Pacific Business Assocation.
  6. Sonfield, M. C. (2014). "Outsourcing Strategies for Small Businesses: Issues, Theoretical Bases, and Guidelines". Small Business Institute Journal.
  7. Sonfield, M. C., Lussier, R. N. (2014). “The Relationship Between Managerial Characteristics and Succession Planning in Family Businesses: A Multinational Analysis.”. American Journal of Entrepreneurship.

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2013 (Published and Accepted for Publication)

  1. Comer, D. R., Lenaghan, J. A. (2013). Enhancing Discussions in the Asynchronous Online Classroom: The Lack of Face-to-Face Interaction Does Not Lessen the Lesson. Journal of Management Education, 37(2),  261-294. AACSB Classification: Learning and Pedagogical Research.
  2. Comer, D. R. (2013). Educating Students to Prepare for and Respond to Crises that Affect Organizations: An Introduction to the Special Issue. Journal of Management Education, 37(1), 3-5. AACSB Classification: Learning and Pedagogical Research.
  3. Hayes, R. N. The expatriate professor: Lessons from teaching management in Africa. African Journal of Business Management. AACSB Classification: Learning and Pedagogical Research.
  4. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Bearfield, D. A. (2013). Sex, Power, and Ethics in Organizations. Public Integrity. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  5. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2013). Women and Power Across the Globe. Public Organization Review. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  6. Flynn, D. M., Lenaghan, J. A. World Athletics: The Significance of Cultural and Institutional Dependencies. International Journal of Sport and Society. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  7. Sengupta, K., Hegde, V. Forecast-Collaboration Link as a Framework for Identifying Collaboration Characteristics: Insights from six case studies. International Journal of Production Economics. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  8. Liu, S., Su, P. Operational Hedging against Operational and Disruption Risks in a Global Production Network. European Journal of Operational Research. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  9. Dong, L., Kouvelis, P., Su, P. Global Facility Network Design in the Presence of Competition. European Journal of Operational Research. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.

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2012

  1. Comer, D. R., Holbrook, R. L. (2012). Getting Behind the Scenes of Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours: Using a Documentary on the Making of a Music Album to Learn about Task Groups. Journal of Management Education, 36(4), 544-567. AACSB Classification: Learning and Pedagogical Research.
  2. Baker, S. D., Comer, D. R. (2012). “Business Ethics Everywhere”: An Experiential Exercise to Develop Students’ Ability to Identify and Respond to Ethical Issues in Business. Journal of Management Education, 36(1), 95-125. AACSB Classification: Learning and Pedagogical Research.
  3. Flynn, D. M. (2012). The Role of Dams in Sustainable Development. International Journal of Applied Management Science, 1(3), 101-106. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  4. Robinson, J. A., Hayes, R. N. (2012). Opportunity Recognition in Inner-City Markets: An Exploratory Study. Opportunity Recognition in Inner-City Markets: An Exploratory Study, 17(2). AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  5. Anteby, M., Garip, F., Martorana, P. V., Lozanoff, S. (2012). Individuals' Decision to Co-Donate or Donate Alone: An Archival Study of Married Whole Body Donors in Hawaii. Plos One, 7(8). AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship
  6. Sonfield, M. C., Lussier, R. N. (2012). Family Business Succession Planning: A Seven-Country Comparison. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 19(1), 7-19. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  7. Sonfield, M. C., Lussier, R. N. (2012). Gender in Family Business Management: A Multinational Analysis. Journal of Family Business Management, 2(2), 110-129. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  8. Su, P., Tian, Z., Wang, H. (2012). On service degrade at a discount: Capacity, demand pooling, and optimal discounting. Omega, 40(3), 358-367. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.

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2011

  1. Comer, D. R., Vega, G. (2011). The Relationship between the Personal Ethical Threshold and Workplace Spirituality. Journal of Management Spirituality & Religion, 8(1), 23-40. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  2. Hayes, R. N., Robinson, J. A. (2011). A Research Note on Institutional Logics and Entrepreneurial Action: The Case of Black Church Organizations. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 16(4), 499-515. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  3. Neelankavil, J. P., Sengupta, K. (2011). Human Resources Roles – Ideal versus Practiced: A Cross-Country Comparison among Organizations in Asia. International Journal of Human Resources Management, 22(13), 2665-2682. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  4. Cook, L., Heiser, D., Sengupta, K. (2011). The Effect of Supply Chain Role on Strategy and Performance: An Empirical Analysis. International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, 41(2), 104-134. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  5. Smith, C. H., Norton, F. A. (2011). Embodying Evolutionary Vision: An Action-Based Experiment in Non-Dual Perception. World Futures, 67, 202-212. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  6. Smith, C. H. Nature's Longing for Beauty:  Elegance as an Evolutionary Attractor, with Implications for Human Systems. World Futures, 65(3010), 504-510. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  7. Sonfield, M. C., Lussier, R. N. (2011). Generational Stages in Family Firms: Expanding the Data Base - Kosovo. Southern Journal of Entrepreneurship, 4(1), 1-18. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.

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2010

  1. Flynn, D. M. (2010). Innovation: Opportunities for Industrialized and Other Countries. Journal of Global Business Management,(6, 2), 90-98. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  2. Flynn, D. M. (2010). Sustainable Development and Natural Resource Scarcity. Sustainable Development and Natural Resource Scarcity, 6(3), 193-205. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  3. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2010). Controlling Alcohol in America Today. Journal ofPublic Affairs and Issue,14(2). AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  4. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Deckop, J. R., Giacalone, R. A. (2010). Effects of Materialism On Work-Related Personal Well-Being. Human Relations, 63, 1007-1030. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  5. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2010). The Ethinomics of a Leaking Louisiana. PublicManager, 39(3). AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  6. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Promislo, M. D., Deckop, J. R. (2010). Valuing money more than people: The Effects of Materialism on Work-Family Conflict. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  7. Sonfield, M. C. (2010). “Black-Owned Automobile Dealerships and the Current Economic Recession.”. Small Business Advancement National Center. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  8. Sonfield, M. C. (2010). “Ethnic Minority Businesses and Targeted Assistance Programs in the U.S. and the U.K.: A Comparison and Implications.” Small Business Advancement National Center. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  9. Dong, L., Kouvelis, P., Su, P. (2010). Global Facility Network Design with Transshipment and Responsive Pricing. Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, 12(2), 278-298. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.

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2009

  1. Flynn, D. M. (2009). Sustainable Development and Urban Transitions in China. Sustainable Development and Urban Transitions in China, 5,1, 259-265. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  2. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2009). Class and Crisis: The Effect of Socioeconomic Status on the Ethics of Individual Experience in Crises.  Public Manager. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  3. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2009). Political Leadership, Cultural Ethics and Recovery: Louisiana Post-Katrina. Public Organization Review, (9), 353-366. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  4. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2009). Report Card on Katrina: Administrative Progress Four Years Hence. Public Organization Review, (9), 287-290. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  5. Sonfield, M. C., Lussier, R. N. (2009). "Non-Family-Members in the Family Business Management Team: A Multinational Investigation". International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal.
  6. Sonfield, M. C., L. R. (2009). “Family-Member and Non-Family-Member Managers in Family Businesses,”. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 16(2).
  7. Sonfield, M. C., L. R. (2009). “Founder Influence in Family Businesses: Analyzing Combined Data for Six Diverse Countries.” Journal of Small Business Strategy.
  8. Chambers, C., Kouvelis, P., Su, P. (2009). Adoption of Cost Reducing Technology by Asymmetric Duopolists in Stochastically Evolving Markets. IIE Transactions, 41(2), 145-157. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.

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2008

  1. Baker, S. D., Comer, D. R., Martinak, M. L. (2008). All I'm Askin' is for a Little Respect. Organization Management Journal, 5(2), 65-80. AACSB Classification: Learning and Pedagogical Research.
  2. Comer, D. R., Vega, G. (2008). Using the PET Assessment Instrument to Help Students Identify Factors that Could Impede Their Moral Behavior. Journal of Business Ethics, 77(2), 129-145. AACSB Classification: Learning and Pedagogical Research.
  3. Sahin, F., Robinson, E. Powell, Gao, L.-L. (2008). Master production scheduling policy and rolling schedules in a two-stage make-to-order supply chain. International Journal of Production Economics, 115(2), 528–541. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  4. Gao, L.-L., Altay, N., Robinson, E. Powell (2008). A comparative study of modeling and solution approaches for the coordinated lot-size problem with dynamic demand. Mathematical and Computer Modelling, 47(11-12), 1254–1263. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  5. Robinson, E. Powell, Sahin, F., Gao, L.-L. (2008). Master Production Schedule Time Interval Strategies in Make-to-Order Supply Chains. International Journal of Production Research, 46(7), 1933-1954. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  6. Jurkiewicz, C. L., O’Keefe, S. (2008). A Letter to the President-Elect Regarding. Public Integrity, 11(1), 79-89. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  7. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2008). Class and Crisis: Socioeconomic Status and the Ethics of Individual Experience.  Public Manager, 38(3). AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  8. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Deckop, J., Giacalone, R. A. (2008). Effects Of Materialism On Work-Related Personal Well-Being.  Journal of Business Ethics, 61, 483-514. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  9. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Andersson, L. M., Giacalone, R. A. (2008). On the Relationship of Hope  and Gratitude to Social Responsibility. Journal of BusinessEthics, 70, 401-409. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  10. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Giacalone, R. A., Deckop, J. (2008). Organizational Ethics and Social Responsibility: Materialism, Postmaterialism and the Power of Hope. Human Relations, 61, 483-514. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  11. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Kolodinsky, R. W., Giacalone, R. A. (2008). Workplace Values and Outcomes: Exploring Personal, “Organizational, and Interactive Workplace Spirituality.Journal of Business Ethics, 81, 465-480. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  12. Sengupta, K. (2008). An Analysis of Industry Expectations and Teaching of Quality Management Courses. California Journal of Operations Management. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.

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2007

  1. Neelankavil, J. P., Comer, D. R. (2007). The Best of the Best:  Lessons from the Top-Performing American Corporations, 1954-2005. Journal of Management Development, 26(5), 499-515.
  2. Flynn, D. M., Lenaghan, J. A. (2007). Managing Crisis: Lessons for Managers from the SARS Outbreak in China. International Journal of Management, 23(3).
  3. Flynn, D. M. (2007). Innovation and Design: Challenges for Industrialized and Other Countries.”. Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal, 1, 1-19. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  4. Robinson, E. Powell, Narayanan, A., Gao, L.-L. (2007). Effective Heuristics for the Dynamic Demand Joint Replenishment Problem. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 58, 808-815. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  5. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2007). Louisiana’s Ethical Culture and Its Effect on the Administrative Failures Following Katrina. Public Administration Review, 67(6). AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  6. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2007). The Future: Hindsight, Foresight, and Rear-View Mirror Politics. Public Administration Review, 67(6). AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  7. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2007). The Responders: Official and Grassroots Actors in the Aftermath of the Hurricane. Public Administration Review, 67(6). AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  8. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2007). The Setting: Roots of Administrative Failure. Public Administration Review, 67(6). AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  9. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Maesschalck, J., Huberts, L. (2007). Transnational Perspectives on Public Sector Ethics. Public Integrity, 10(1). AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  10. Lenaghan, J. A., Seirup, H. J. (2007). Transition and Transparency in the Employment Contract. Journal of Management Development, 26(5), 459 - 467.
  11. Lenaghan, J. A. (2007). Job Satisfaction and Employee Loyalty in a Global Corporation: People Strategy at Pricewaterhouse Coopers. Regional Labor Review, 10(1), 23-27.
  12. Lenaghan, J. A., Sengupta, K. (2007). Role Conflict, Role Balance and Affect: A Model of Well-being of the Working Student. Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management, 9(1), 88-109.
  13. Lenaghan, J. A. (2007). An Examination of Emotional Intelligence in the Balance Between Work and Family. Journal of Managerial Issues, 19(1), 76-94.
  14. Sengupta, K., Hegde, V. G. (2007). Forecast Structure as a Key Driver for Determining Collaboration Requirements. Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, VII(2), 161-170.
  15. Smith, C. H. (2007). Deception Meets Enlightenment: Towards a Viable Theory of Deception. World Futures, Volume 63(Jan 2007.), 42-54. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  16. Smith, C. H. (2007). Working From the Inside Out:  Management and Leadership Through the Lens of the Perennial Wisdom Tradition. , Journal of Managerial Development, Vol. 26,(#5, 2007,),  pp. 475-483.. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.

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2006

  1. Comer, D. R. (2006). Antecedents and Consequences of Faculty Women's Balancing Their Academic and Parental Roles. Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 495-512.
  2. Comer, D. R. (2006). Unsavory Problems at Tasty's:  An Experiential Exercise about Whistleblowing. Journal of Management Education, 251-269.
  3. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Andersson, L. M., Giacalone, R. A. (2006). On the Relationship of Hope and Gratitude to Social Responsibility.Journal of Business Ethics. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  4. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2006). Soul Food: Morrison and the Transformative Power of Ethical Leadership in the Public Sector. Public Integrity, 9(2). AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  5. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Menzel, D. C. (2006). “Ethics and Integrity in Governance: European Perspectives. Public Integrity, 8(1). AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  6. Lenaghan, J. A. (2006). Employers Of Choice And Competitive Advantage:  The Proof of the Pudding is in the Eating. Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict, 10(1), 99-110.
  7. Peterson, R. S., Smith, D. B., Martorana, P. V. (2006). Choosing Between A Rock and A Hard Place When Data Are Scarce and the Questions Important:Reply to Hollenbeck, DeRue, and Mannor. Journal of Applied Psychology, 91(1), 6-8. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  8. Berdahl, J. L., Martorana, P. V. (2006). Effects of Power on Emotion and Expression During a Controversial Group Discussion. European Journal of Social Psychology, 36(4), 497-509. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  9. Sengupta, K. (2006). Perspectives on service quality by employees and organizations: A cross-cultural study in Kuwait, United States and Egypt. International Journal of Management.
  10. Sengupta, K. (2006). Manufacturing and Service Supply Chain Performance: A Comparative Analysis. Journal of Supply Chain Management, 16-May.
  11. Smith, C. H., Elmes, M. (2006). Double Binds and Transcendence in Mentoring, Relationship: A Transpersonal Perspective. International Journal of Learning and Change, Vol 4(#6, 2006), pp.  484-498.AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.

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2005

  1. Comer, D. R. (2005). All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten?:  Using Dr. Seuss to Reinforce Management Concepts and Promote Community Citizenship. Journal of Management Education, 870-877.
  2. Comer, D. R. (2005). An Experiential Exercise that Introduces the Concept of the Personal Ethical Threshold to Develop Moral Courage. Journal of Business Ethics Education, 171-198.
  3. Comer, D. R. (2005). Business Faculty Members' Emotional Response to Institutional Service. Journal of the Association for Business Education, 6.
  4. Comer, D. R. (2005). Sticks and Stones May Break your Bones, But Words Can Break Your Spirit: Bullying in the Workplace. Journal of Business Ethics, 58(1).
  5. Comer, D. R. (2005). A Review of Rachel Hile Bassett's (Ed.) Parenting and Professing:  Balancing Family Work with an Academic Career. Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 551-553.
  6. Comer, D. R. (2005). Editorial Board Member, Journal of International Business and Law.
  7. Robinson, E. Powell, Sahin, F., Gao, L.-L. (2005). The Impact of E-Replenishment Strategy on Make-to-Order Supply Chain Performance. Decision Sciences, 36(1), 33-64. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  8. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Menzel, D. C. (2005). Introduction to the Special Issue, Ethics and Integrity in Governance: European Perspectives. Public Integrity, 8(1), 5-11. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  9. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Henle, C. P., Giacalone, R. A. (2005). The Role of Ethical Ideology in Workplace Deviance. Journal of Business Ethics, 56, 219-230. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  10. Lenaghan, J. A. (2005). An Exploration of the Competitive Advantage of Employer of Choice Programs on International Human Resource Management. Journal of International Business Research, 4(2), 87-97.
  11. Lenaghan, J. A. (2005). Engagement in Multiple Roles: An Investigation of the. Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management, 6(3).
  12. Lenaghan, J. A. (2005). A Review Jean-Pierre Durand and Nicholas Hatzfeld's Living Labour: Life on the Line at Peugeot France. Regional Labor Review, 8(1).
  13. Smith, C. H. (2005). Meeting a World in Crisis: A Tribute to C. West Churchman, P.V. Khan and Kya Prigogine. World Futures. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  14. Sonfield, M. C. (2005). A New US Definition of 'Minority Business': Lessons from the First Four Years. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, 17(3).
  15. Sonfield, M. C. (2005). Family Business Ownership and Management: A Gender Comparison. Journal of Small Business Strategy, 15(2).

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2004

  1. Comer, D. R. (2004). A Review of David Callahan's The Cheating Culture:  Why More Americans are Doing Wrong to Get Ahead. Regional Labor Review, 40-41.
  2. Comer, D. R. (2004). Editorial Board Member, Journal of International Business and Law.
  3. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Painter, M. J. (2004). Reducing Underage Access to Alcohol: A State Program That Works. Journal of Public Affairs and Issues, 8(3), 1-24. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  4. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Giacalone, R. A., Bittick, R. M. (2004). The Squeaky Wheel Approach to Teaching Ethics: Learning from Letters of Ethical Complaint. Public Integrity, 6(3), 249-263. AACSB Classification: Learning and Pedagogical Research.
  5. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Giacalone, R. A., Knouse, S. B. (2004). Transforming Personal Experience into a Pedagogical Tool: Ethical Complaints. Journal of Business Ethics,53, 283-295. AACSB Classification: Learning and Pedagogical Research.
  6. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2004). A Values Framework for Measuring the Impact of Workplace Spirituality on Organizational Performance. Journal of Business Ethics, 49, 129-142. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  7. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Giacalone, R. A. (2004). The Interaction of Materialist and Postmaterialist Values in Predicting Dimensions of Personal and Social Identity. Human Relations, 57(11), 1379-1405. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  8. Lenaghan, J. A., Smith, C. H. (2004). The Interiors Plant Shutdown: Using Dialectic Inquiry in a Complex Ethical Decision. Journal of Management Education, 28(2), 207-223.
  9. Sengupta, K. (2004). Impact of Work Teams: A Comparison Study of Assembly Cells and Assembly Lines for a Variety of Operating Environments. International Journal of Production Research, 42(19), pp. 4173-4193.
  10. Lenaghan, J. A., Smith, C. H. (2004). The Interiors Plant Shutdown: Using Dialectic Inquiry in a Complex Ethical Decision. Journal of Management Education, 28(2), 207-223.
  11. Sonfield, M. C. (2004). Family Business Characteristics and Management Practices: An Anlysis of Covariance Study. Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal, 10(1).
  12. Sonfield, M. C. (2004). First, Second and Third-Generation Family Firms: A Comparison. Family Business Review, 17(3).

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2003

  1. Comer, D. R. (2003). Editorial Board Member, Journal of International Business and Law, 2003...
  2. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Giacalone, R. A., Knouse, S. B. (2003). A Capstone Project in Business Ethics: Developing an Industry/Profession-Focused Ethics Training Session and Manual. Journal of Management Education, 27(5), 590-607. AACSB Classification: Learning and Pedagogical Research.
  3. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Giacalone, R. A. (2003). A Reply to Krankhe. Journal ofOrganizational Change Management, 16(4), 402-405. AACSB Classification: Contributions to Practice.
  4. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Giacalone, R. A., Knouse, S. B. (2003). Are Exit Surveys Worth the Effort? Journal of Public Affairs and Issues, 7(4), 1-17. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  5. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Giacalone, R. A., Knouse, S. B. (2003). Exit Surveys as Assessments of Organizational Ethicality. Public Personnel Management, 32(3), 397-410. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  6. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Giacalone, R. A. (2003). Right from Wrong: The Influence of Spirituality on Perceptions of Unethical Business Activities. Journal of Business Ethics, 46(1), 85-97. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  7. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2003). Workplace Spirituality: On the Need for Measurement. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 16(4), 396-399. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  8. Lenaghan, J. A., Seirup, H. J. (2003). The Strategic Alignment of Student Employment with Human Resources. The Strategic Alignment of Student Employment with Human Resources.
  9. Peterson, R. S., Smith, D. B., Martorana, P. V., Owens, P. D. (2003). The Impact of Chief Executive Officer Personality on Top Management Team Dynamics: One Mechanism By Which Leadership Affects Organizational Performance. Journal of Applied Psychology, 88(5), 795-808. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.

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2002

  1. Comer, D. R. (2002). A Model of Employees' Responses to Corporate 'Volunteerism'. Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations, 4, 145-168.
  2. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Knouse, S. B., Giacalone, R. A. (2002). Are Exit Interviews and Surveys Really Worth the Time and Effort? Calculating Return on Investment. Review of Public Personnel Administration, 22(1), 56-61. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  3. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Bowman, J. S. (2002). Charlotte: A Model for Market-Driven Public-Sector Management. State and Local Government Review, 34(3), 205-213. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  4. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Nichols, K. L. (2002). Ethics Education in the MPA Curriculum: What Difference Does It Make? Journal of Public Affairs Education, 8(2), 103-114. AACSB Classification: Learning and Pedagogical Research.
  5. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Bradley, D.B. (2002). Generational Ethics: Age Cohort and Healthcare Executives’ Values. HEC Forum, 14(2), 148-171. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  6. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2002). Humanity: A Moral History of the Twentieth Century. Public Integrity, 4(1). AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  7. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Giacalone, R. A. (2002). Learning Through Teaching: Demonstrating Ethical Applications Through a Training Session and Manual Development Exercise. Journal of Public Affairs Educational, 8(1), 57-70. AACSB Classification: Learning and Pedagogical Research.
  8. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2002). Making Privatization Work: Utilizing a Scorecard Model of Human Resource Strategy. Public Organization Review, 2(4), 365-386. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  9. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2002). The Influence of Pedagogical Style on Students’ Level of Ethical. Journal of Public Affairs Education, 8(4), 263-274. AACSB Classification: Learning and Pedagogical Research.
  10. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Brown, R. G. (2002). The P/E Ratio That Really Counts. Journal of Power and Ethics,1(3), 172-195. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship
  11. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2002). The Phantom Code of Ethics and Public Sector Reform. Journal of Public Affairs and Issues, 6(3), 1-19. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  12. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2002). The Trouble with Ethics: Results From a National Survey of Healthcare Executives. HEC Forum, 12(2), 101-123. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  13. Smith, C. H. (2002). Leading Change: Insights from Jungian Interpretations of the Book of Job. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 15(5), 448-460. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  14. Sonfield, M. C. (2002). Strengthening Federal Bankruptcy Laws: Implications for Small Businesses. Journal of Small Business Strategy, 448-460.

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2001

  1. Comer, D. R. (2001). Not Just a Mickey Mouse Exercise: Using Disney's The Lion King to Teach Leadership. Journal of Management Education, 25(4), 430-436.
  2. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Giacalone, R. A. (2001). Healthcare Administration in a Global Context, Journal of Public Affairs and Issues5(3), 1-18. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  3. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Giacalone, R. A. (2001). Lights, Camera, Action: Teaching Ethical Decision-Making Through the Cinematic Experience, Teaching BusinessEthics 5(1), 79-87. AACSB Classification: Learning and Pedagogical Research.
  4. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Giacalone, R. A. (2001). Translating Policy into Performance: Managing Human Resources in the New Public Sector. Policyand Management Review, 1(2),1-22. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  5. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Knouse, S. B., Giacalone, R. A. (2001). When an Employee Leaves: The Effectiveness of Clinician Exit Interviews and Surveys. Clinical Leadership and Management Review, 15(2), 81-84. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  6. Smith, C. H. (2001). Moved by the Spirit:  Contextualizing Workplace Empowerment in American Spiritual Ideals. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 37(1), 33-50. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  7. Sonfield, M. C. (2001). Gender Comparisons in Strategic Decision-Making: An Empirical Study of the Entrepreneurial Strategy Matrix. Journal of Small Business Management, 39(2), 165-173.
  8. Sonfield, M. C. (2001). Re-Defining Minority Business: Challenges and Opportunities. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 6(3), 269-277.
  9. Sonfield, M. C. (2001). Strategies Used By Small Business Entrepreneurs. Mid-American Journal of Business, 16(1), 29-27.
  10. Sonfield, M. C. (2001). The Entrepreneurial Aptitude of Prison Inmates and the Potential Benefit of Self-Employment Training Programs. Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal, 7(2), 85-94.

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2000

  1. Comer, D. R. (2000). Employees' Attitudes Toward Fitness-for-Duty Testing. Journal of Managerial Issues, 12(1), 61-75.
  2. Jurkiewicz, C. L. (2000). Generation X and the Public Employee.Public Personnel Management, 29(1), 55-74. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  3. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Brown, R. G. (2000). Power Corrupts Absolutely...Not.,Public Integrity 2(3), 195-210. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  4. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Giacalone, R. A. (2000). Through the Lens Clearly: Using Films to Demonstrate Ethical Decision-Making in the Public Service,Journal ofPublic Affairs Education, 6(4), 257-265. AACSB Classification: Learning and Pedagogical Research.
  5. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Thompson, C. R. (2000). “Conflicts of Interest: Organizational vs. Individual Ethics in Healthcare Administration. Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, 23(1), 100-123. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  6. Gruenfeld, D. H., Martorana, P. V., Fan, E. (2000). What Do Groups Learn From Their Worldliest Members? Direct and Indirect Influence in Dynamic Teams. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 82(1), 45-59. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  7. Sonfield, M. C. (2000). Establishing and Developing Entrepreneurship and Small Business Growth in a Post-Communist Economy: The Case of Hungary. Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal, 6(2).
  8. Sonfield, M. C. (2000). Innovation, Risk and Entrepreneurial Strategy. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 1(2), 91-99.

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1999

  1. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Thompson, C. R. (1999). An Empirical Inquiry into the Ethical Standards of Health Care Administrators. Public Integrity,1(1), 41-53. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  2. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Fogel, S. A. (1999). Are GenXers All That Different? Generational Comparisons of Preferred Job Characteristics. Journal of PublicAffairs and Issues.3(2), 5-32. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  3. Peterson, R. S., Owens, P. D., Martorana, P. V. (1999). The Group Dynamics Q-sort in Organizational Research: A New Method For Studying Familiar Problems. Organizational Research Methods, 2(2), 107-136. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  4. Sengupta, K. (1999). The Changeover Scheduling Problem With Changeover Time and Cost Considerations: Analytical Results and a Forward Algorithm. Operations Research, 47(4), 559-569.
  5. Sengupta, K. (1999). The Changeover Scheduling Problem With Changeover Time and Cost Considerations: Analytical Results and a Forward Algorithm. Operations Research, 47(4).

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1998

  1. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Brown, R. G. (1998). GenXers vs. Boomers vs. Matures: Generational Comparisons of Public Employee Motivation. Review of PublicPersonnel Administration. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  2. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Massey, J., Tom, K. (1998). Motivation in Public and Private Organizations: A Comparative Study, Public Productivity and ManagementReview, 21(3), 230-250. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  3. Jurkiewicz, C. L., Massey, J., Tom, K. (1998). The Influence of Ethical Reasoning on Leader Effectiveness: An Empirical Study of Nonprofit Executives. Nonprofit Management and Leadership, 9(2). AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.
  4. Peterson, R. S., Owens, P. D., Tetlock, P. E., Martorana, P. V., Fan, E. (1998). Group Dynamics In Top Management Team Decision Making: Groupthink, Vigilance and Alternative Models of Organizational Failure and Success. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 73(2-3), 272-305. AACSB Classification: Discipline-based Scholarship.

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