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Jones, R., BarNir, A. (2019). Properties of opportunity creation and discovery: comparing different innovativeness contexts. Technovation: The International Journal of Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Technology Management. 79, 1-10. Elsevier.
Srivastava, S., BarNir, A. (2016). Customer-Firm Interaction and the Small Firm: Exploring Individual, Firm, and Environmental Level Antecedents. Journal of Small Business Strategy. 26(2), 23-49.
Chandler, J., Petrenko, O. V., Hill, A. D., *Hayes, N. (2020). CEO Machiavellianism and Strategic Alliances in Family Firms. Family Busines Review, 0894486520938890
Petrenko, O. V., Aime, F., Recendes, T., Chandler, J. (2019). The case for humble expectations: CEO humility and market performance. Strategic Management Journal. 40(12), 1938-1964.
Chandler, J., Payne, G. T., Moore, C., Brigham, K. H. (2019). Family involvement signals in initial public offerings. Journal of Family Business Strategy. 10(1), 8-16.
Chandler, J. A., Zachary, M. A., Brigham, K. H., & Payne, G. T. (2016). Long-term orientation: Reviewing the past and identifying future opportunities for family business research. In The Routledge Companion to Family Business (pp. 100-119). Routledge.
Caldas, M., Ostermeier, K., & Cooper, D. (forthcoming) When helping hurts: COVID-19 critical incident involvement and resource depletion in health care workers. Journal of Applied Psychology.
*Medina-Craven, M., Cooper, D., Penney, C., & Caldas, M. (forthcoming) Family firm employees: identification, stewardship practices, and citizenship behaviors. Journal of Family Business Management.
Cooper, D., Rockmann, K., Moteabbed, S., & Thatcher, S.M.B. (forthcoming) Integrator or gremlin? Identity partnerships and team newcomer socialization. Academy of Management Review.
Cha, S., Hewlin, P., Roberts, L. M., Buchman, B., Steckler, E., Leroy, H., *Ostermeier, K., Cooper, D. 2019. Being Your True Self at Work: Integrating the Fragmented Research on Authenticity in Organizations. Academy of Management Annals. 13(2), 633-671. Finalist for best paper for 2019 at Academy of Management Annals.
Ojha, D., Shockley, J., Rogers, P. P., Cooper, D., & Patel, P. C. 2019. Managing supplier flexibility performance as a relational exchange investment in make-to-stock versus make-to-order production environments. Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing.
Ojha, D., *Acharya, C., Cooper, D. 2018. Transformational leadership and supply chain ambidexterity: Mediating role of supply chain organizational learning and moderating role of uncertainty. International Journal of Production Economics. 197, 215-23.
Cooper, D., Peake, W. 2018. Family Member Well-being in the Kinship Enterprise: A Self-Determination Perspective. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. 42(2), 340-345.
Peake, W., Cooper, D., Muske, G., Fitzgerald, M. 2017. Family Business Participation in Community Social Responsibility: The Moderating Effect of Gender. Journal of Business Ethics. 142(2), 325-343.
Cooper, D., Peake, W., & Watson, W. 2016. Seizing opportunities: The moderating role of managerial characteristics on the relationship between organizational regulatory focus and innovation efficacy. Journal of Small Business Management, 54 (4), 1038–1058.
Srivastava, S., D'Souza, D. E. (in press). Measuring Strategic Thinking in Organizations. Journal of Managerial Issues.
Srivastava, S., D'Souza, D. E. (2019). An Empirical Examination of the Relationship Between Managerial Strategic Thinking and Absorptive Capacity of the Organization. Journal of Strategy and Management, 13(1), 51-71.
D'Souza, D. E., Daspit, J. J., Sigdyal, P. (2019). Identifying Cognitive Processing Events During Clicker Exercises and Exploring Relationships with Student Learning. Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, 17(3), 274-296.
Srivastava, S., D'Souza, D. E. (2019). Exploring Patterns of Organizational Capability Alignment: A Contingency Approach. Management Research Review, 43(3), 311-331.
*Panda, S., Blankson, C., D'Souza, D. E. (2018). Corporate Social Responsibility in Emerging Economies: A Study of Firm Behavior in the Indian Context. Thunderbird International Business Review, 61(2), 267-276.
Daspit, J., D'Souza, D. E. (2017). Capability Configuration in Software Industry SMEs: The CIO Model of Ordinary Capabilities. Journal of Small Business Management, 55(1), 141-162.
D'Souza, D. E., *Struckell, E., *Sigdyal, P. (2017). Relative Ambidexterity: A Measure and a Versatile Framework. Academy of Management Perspectives. 31(2), 124-136.
Daspit, J., D'Souza, D. E., Dicke, L. A. (2016). The Value-Creating Role of Firm Capabilities: Mapping Relationships Among Absorptive Capacity, Ordinary Capabilities and Performance. Journal of Managerial Issues. 28(1), 9-29.
Ostermeier, K., Davis, M. and Pavur, R. (2020). Personality configurations in teams: a comparison of compilation and composition models. Team Performance Management, 26, (3/4), 227-246.
Davis, M. A., Philip, J., & Walker, L. (2019). The Undergraduate Situational Judgment Test: An Active Learning Project for Teaching Selection Tool Effectiveness. Management Teaching Review. November 2019. doi:10.1177/2379298119890066.
Davis, M., Cox, M. & Baucus, M. (2019). Managerial Aspirations and Suspect Leaders: The Effect of Relative Performance and Leader Succession on Organizational Misconduct. Journal of Business Ethics. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10551-019-04245-1
Davis, M. A. (2019). The Undergraduate Situational Judgment Test: An Active Learning Project for Teaching Selection Tool Effectiveness. Journal of Management Education.
Davis, M. A. (2019). Managerial Aspirations and Suspect Leaders: The Effect of Relative Performance and Leader Succession on Organizational Misconduct. Journal of Business Ethics.
Cernas-Ortiz, D., Davis, M. A. (2016). Future and past negative time perspective influences on job satisfaction and organizational commitment in Mexico and the United States. Management Research Review. 14(3), 317-338.
*Karst, R. K., Gaffney, N. (2019). Region-based Institutions and Internationalization: Evidence from Latin America. The International Trade Journal.
Penney, C. R., Combs, J., Gaffney, N., Sexton, J. (2018). A Jack of all Trades or a Master of None: The Performance Effects of Balancing Exploration and Exploitation Within vs. Across Alliance Portfolio Domains.. Journal of Knowledge Management. United Kingdom: Emerald.
*Orudzheva, L., Gaffney, N. (2018). A Social Dominance Perspective of MNE CSR Initiatives. Social Responsibility Journal. 14(3), 501-515. Emerald.
*Gaffney, N., Karst, R., Clampit, J. (2016). Emerging Market MNE Cross-border Acquisition Equity Participation: The role of Economic and Knowledge Distance. International Business Review. 25(1), 267-275.
Kedia, B., Rhew, N., Gaffney, N., Clampit, J. (2016). Emerging Market Multinationals: Coopetition for Global Growth.. Thunderbird International Business Review. 58(6), 515-526.
Hancock, J.I., Vardaman., J. M, & Allen, D. G. (2020). Kappa and alpha and pi, oh my: Beyond traditional inter-rater reliability using Gwet’s AC1 statistic. in Research Methods in Human Resource Management: Toward Valid Research-Based Inferences, Eds. Stone-Romero, E. F. & Rosopa, P. J., pp. 87-106.
Hancock, J.I., Allen, D. G., & Soelberg, C. (2017). Collective turnover: An expanded meta-analytic exploration and comparison. Human Resource Management Review. Forthcoming.
Vardaman, J. M., Allen, D. G., Otondo, R., Hancock, J. I., Shore, L., Rogers, B. (2016). Social comparisons and organizational support: Implications for commitment and retention. Human Relations, 69: 1483- 1505.
*Lee, S., Kim, Y. K., & Heere, B. (2018). Sport team emotion: Conceptualization, scale development and validation. Sport Management Review, 21(4), 363-376.
*Anderson, A., Dixon, M., Oshiro, K., Wicker, P., Heere, B., Cunningham, G. (In press). Managerial perceptions of factors affecting the design and delivery of sport for health programs for refugee populations. Sport Management Review.
Hills, S., Heere, B., & Walker, M. (in press). The British Olympic Football team: A quasi-experimental assessment of support for a new sport team among Scottish and English football fans. International Journal of Sport Management and Marketing.
*Reifurth, K. R. N., Bernthal, M. J., & Heere, B. (2018). Children’s game-day experiences and effects of community groups. Sport, Business and Management: An International Journal, 8(3), 257-275.
Heere, B. (2018). Embracing the sportification of society: Defining e-sports through a polymorphic view on sport. Sport Management Review, 21(1), 21-24.
*Collins, D., & Heere, B. (2018). Sunday afternoon social capital: An ethnographic study of the Southern City Jets. European Sport Management Quarterly, 19(1), 1-20.
Katz, M., Heere, B., & Reifurth, K. (2018). The Loud Crowd: Using Vocal Responses to Understand the Emotional Experiences of Spectators. Journal of Applied Sport Management, 10(2).
*Lee, S., & Heere, B. (2018). Exploring the relative effectiveness of emotional, rational and combination advertising appeals on sport consumer behavior. Sport Marketing Quarterly, 27(2), 93-107.
*Wear, H., Hills, S., Heere, B., & Walker, M. (2018). Communal team brand associations as drivers of team identity and consumer behavior. Journal of Global Sport Management, 1-19.
Lock, D., & Heere, B. (2017). Identity crisis: A theoretical analysis of ‘team identification’ research. European Sport Management Quarterly, 17(4), 413-435.
Katz, M., Ward, R. M., & Heere, B. (2018). Explaining attendance through the brand community triad: Integrating network theory and team identification. Sport Management Review, 21(2), 176-188.
*Hwang, Y., Ballouli, K., So, K. K. F., & Heere, B. (2017). Effects of brand congruity and game difficulty on gamers’ response to advertising in sport video games. Journal of Sport Management, 31(5), 480-496.
*Jara-Pazmino, E. S., Heere, B., Regan, T. H., Blake, C., & Southall, R. (2017). Coaches’ perception of organizational socialization process of international student-athletes and the effect of cultural distance: An exploratory Study. International Journal of Exercise Science, 10(6), 875-889.
*Katz, M., Dixon, M. A., Heere, B., & Bass, J. R. (2017). Front Porch, small house: A longitudinal study of team and university identification among incoming students at a Division III university. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 10(1), 103-125.
Walker, M., Hills, S., & Heere, B. (2017). Evaluating the effectiveness of corporate social responsibility on program participants: Addressing the Achilles heel of CSR through sport-for-development theory. Journal of Business Ethics, 143(1), 53-70.
Heere, B., Walker, M., Gibson, H., Thapa, B., Geldenhuys, S., & Coetzee, W. (2016). Ethnic identity over national identity: An alternative approach to measure the effect of the World Cup on social cohesion. Journal of Sport & Tourism 20(1), 41-56.
*Collins, D., Heere, B., Shapiro, S., Ridinger L., & *Wear, H. (2016). The displaced fan: The importance of new media and community identification for maintaining team identity with your former hometown team. European Sport Management Quarterly, 16(5), 655-674.
*Wear, H., Heere, B., & Clopton, A. (2016). Are they wearing their pride on their sleeve? Examining the impact of team and university identification upon brand equity. Sport Marketing Quarterly, 25(2).
Shaomian, A., & Heere, B. (2016). Laptop usage in the entertainment classroom: Making it work. Symposium, 56, DOI: https://doi.org/10.18177/sym.2016.56.itm.11157
*Katz, M., & Heere, B. (2016). New team, new fans: A longitudinal examination of team identification as a driver of university identification. Journal of Sport Management, 30(2), 135-148.
Virginie (Ginny) Lopez-Kidwell
Kidwell, B., Lopez-Kidwell, V., Blocker C., & *Mas, E. (2020). Birds of a Feather Feel Together: Emotional Ability Similarity in Business Interactions. Journal of Consumer Research, 47(2): 215– 236
Okeke, N.L., Webel, A.R., Bosworth, H.B., Aifah, A., Bloomfield, G.S., Choi, W.E., Gonzales, S., Hale S, Hileman CO, Lopez-Kidwell V., Muiruri C, Oakes M, Schexnayder J, Smith V, Vedanthan R, Longenecker, C.T*. (2019) Rationale and Design of A Nurse-led Intervention to Extend the HIV Treatment Cascade for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Trial (EXTRA-CVD). American Heart Journal, 216: 91-101. *Authorship is alphabetical; Work funded by the grant NIH/NHLBI-U01HL142099 from the National Institutes of Health.
Lopez-Kidwell, V., Niven, K., & Labianca, G. (2018). Predicting workplace relationship dynamics using a relational model of affect. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 39(4): 1129-1141, special issue on Dynamics research in organizational behavior.
Grosser, T.J., Obstfeld, D., Choi, W. E., *Whoeler, M. L., Lopez-Kidwell V., Labianca, G., & Borgatti, S. P. (2018). A sociopolitical perspective on employee innovativeness and performance: The role of political skill and network structure. Organization Science, 29(4): 547-753.
Hasford J., Kidwell, B., & Lopez-Kidwell, V. (2018). Happy wife, happy life: Food choices in romantic relationships. Journal of Consumer Research, 44(6): 1238-1256.
*Medina-Craven M. Cooper D. Penney C. & Caldas M. (forthcoming) Family firm employees: identification stewardship practices and citizenship behaviors. Journal of Family Business Management.
Penney, C., Vardaman, J, Marler, L., & Antin-Yates, V. (2019). An Image Theory of Strategic Decision-Making in Family Businesses. Journal of Family Business Management, 9(4), 451-467.
Penney, C., & Combs, J. (2019). A Transaction Cost View of Alliance Portfolio Diversity. Journal of Management Studies, 57(6), 1073-1105.
Penney, C., Combs, J., Gaffney, N., & Sexton, J. (2018). A Jack of All Trades or a Master of None: The Performance Effects of Balancing Exploration and Exploitation Within Vs. Across
Alliance Portfolio Domains. Journal of Knowledge Management, 24(3), 569-587.
Penney, C. (2018). Alliance Portfolio Diversification, Human Capital, and the Dominant Logic. Journal of Business Strategies, 35(1), 31-47.
Penney, C. (2018). The Evolution of Alliance Portfolio Orientation: a Niche Theory Perspective. International Journal of Strategic Business Alliances, 6(3), 111-129.
Fang, H., Memili, E., Chrisman, J., & Penney, C. (2017). Industry and Information Asymmetry: The Case of the Employment of Non‐Family Managers in Small and Medium‐Sized Family Firms. Journal of Small Business Management, 55(4), 632-648.
Reger, R.K. & Pfarrer, M. (in press). Strategic Decision-Making and Organizational Actors, book chapter in Strategic Management: State of the Field and Its Future, edited by Michael Hitt, Irene Duhaime, and Marjorie Lyles. Oxford University Press.
*Wang, X., Reger, R.K., & Pfarrer, M. (in press). Faster, Hotter, and More Linked in: Managing Social Disapproval in the Social Media Era, Academy of Management Review.
*Janardhanan, N., Lewis, K. Reger, R.K., & Stevens, C. 2020. Getting to Know You: Motivating Cross-understanding for Improved Team and Individual Performance, Organization Science, 31(1), 103-118.
*Zavyalova, A., Pfarrer, M., & Reger, R.K. 2018. Commentary: Opening the black box of celebrity and infamy: Constituents as active consumers of media content, Academy of Management Review, 43(2), 329-332.
*Zavyalova, A., Pfarrer, M., & Reger, R.K. 2017. Celebrity or Infamy? The Consequences of Revealing an Organization’s Identity, Academy of Management Review, 42(3), 461-480.
*Wang, X., & Reger, R.K. (2017) Rolling the Dice: What Methodological Choices Maximize Chances for Publication in Premier Strategic Management Journals? Chapter in Robert J. Galavan, Kristian J. Sund , Gerard P. Hodgkinson (ed.) 2017. Methodological Challenges and Advances in Managerial and Organizational Cognition (New Horizons in Managerial and Organizational Cognition, Volume 2) Emerald Publishing Limited, pp.345 - 351
*Zavyalova, A., Pfarrer, M., Reger, R.K., & Hubbard, T.D.* 2016. Reputation as a Benefit and a Burden? How Stakeholders’ Organizational Identification Affects the Role of Reputation Following a Negative Event, Academy of Management Journal, 59(1), 253-276.
*Chandna, V. & Salimath, M. S. (Forthcoming) When Technology Shapes Community in the Cultural and Craft Industries: Understanding Virtual Entrepreneurship in Online Ecosystems. Technovation: The International Journal of Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Technology Management
Salimath, M. S. & *Chandna, V. (Forthcoming) Sustainable Consumption and Growth: Examining Complementary Perspectives. Management Decision
*Orudzheva, L., Salimath, M. S. & Pavur, R. (2020) Vortex of Corruption: Longitudinal Analysis of Normative Pressures in Top Global Companies. Journal of Business Ethics, 163(3), 529-551
Salimath, M. S. & *Philip, J. (2020) Cyber Management and Value Creation: An Organizational Learning Based Approach. Knowledge Management Research & Practice. 18:4, 474-487
Kulik, B. W., Alarcon, M. & Salimath, M.S. (2020) The Manipulative Business and Society Businesses and Society Review 125 (1) 89-118
Zhang, X.., Hu, L., Salimath, M.S., & Kuo, C.-C. (2019) Developing Evaluation Frameworks for Business Models in China’s Rural Markets. Sustainability 11 (1):118.
*Carter, W. & Salimath, M. S. (2019) Diving into strange waters: Incumbent adoption of emerging radical technology. International Journal of Business Innovation and Research, Vol. 18, No. 3, pp.346–368.
Salimath, M. S. & Chandna, V. (2019) Dynamic Holism in Enterprise: Follettian Integration as a Method for Achieving Sustainability. In Stout, M. (Ed.) The Future of Progressivism: Applying Follettian Thinking to Contemporary Issues. Process Century Press: MN. pp. 449-483 A centennial issue commemorating Follett’s 1918 The New State
*Chandna, V. & Salimath, M. S. (2018) Peer-to-peer selling in online platforms: A salient business model for virtual entrepreneurship, Journal of Business Research, Volume 84, pp 162-174.
*Philip, J. & Salimath, M. S. (2018) A Value Proposition for Cyberspace Management in Organizations. Business Information Review Vol 35, Issue 3, pp. 122 - 127
Salimath, M. S. (2018) Environmental Intrapreneurship for Engaged Sustainability. In Dhiman S. & Marques J. (Eds.) Handbook of Engaged Sustainability: Contemporary Trends and Future Prospects. Springer Reference Works. pp. 333-356
Medina-Craven, M. N., Davis, S. E., Sexton, S. M., & Cooper, D. (2020). Connecting with new business students: the role of socialization and core self-evaluations in university identification. Studies in Higher Education, 1-17.
Short, J.C., & Payne, G.T. (2020). In their own words: A call for increased use of organizational narratives in family business research. Family Business Review.
Zafar, S. Z., Waddingham, J. A., Zachary, M. A., & Short, J. C. (2020). Search behavior and decision confidence in equity crowdfunding: An information search process model perspective. In press at Journal of Small Business Management.*
Anglin, A.A., Short, J.C., McKenny, Ketchen, D.J., & Allison, T.H. (2019). Third-party
signals in crowdfunded microfinance: The role of microfinance institutions. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice.
Short, J.C., & Anglin, A.A. (2019). Is Leadership Language ‘Rewarded’ in Crowdfunding?
Replicating Social Entrepreneurship Research in a Rewards-Based Context. Journal of Business Venturing Insights.
Short, J.C., Zachary, M.A., & Ketchen, D.J. (2018). Entrepreneurial orientation rhetoric and franchise system size: The moderating role of military veteran recruitment. Journal of Business Venturing Insights. DOI. 10.1016/j.jbvi.2018.e00097
Anglin, A.A., Wolfe, M., Short, J.C., McKenny., A.M., & Pidduck, R. (2018). Narcissistic Rhetoric and Crowdfunding Performance: A Social Role Theory Perspective. Journal of Business Venturing. 33, 780-812.*
Anglin, A.A., Short, J.C., Drover, W. Stevenson, R., McKenny, & Allison, T.H. (2018). The power of positivity? The influence of positive psychological capital language on crowdfunding performance. Journal of Business Venturing. 33: 470-492.*
McKenny, A.F., Short, J.C., Ketchen, D.J., Payne, G.T., & Moss, T.W. (2018). Strategic entrepreneurial orientation: configurations, performance, and the effect of industry and time. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal. 12: 504-521.
Short. J.C., McKenny, A.F., & Reid, S. (2018). More than words? Content analysis research in organizational psychology and organizational behavior. Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior. 5: 415-435.*
Reid, S., Anglin, A., Baur,J. Short, J.C., & Buckley, M. (2018). Blazing new trails or opportunity lost? Evaluating research at the intersection of leadership and entrepreneurship. Leadership Quarterly, 29, 150-164.*
Reid, S., Short, J.C., & Ketchen, D.J. (2018). Reading the room: Leveraging popular business books to enhance organizational performance. Business Horizons. 61:191-197.*
Allison, T.H., Davis, B.C., Webb, J.W., & Short, J.C. (2017) Persuasion in crowdfunding: An elaboration likelihood model of crowdfunding performance. Journal of Business Venturing. 32:707-725.
Short, J.C., Ketchen, D.J., McKenny, A.F., Allison, T.H., & Ireland, D. (2017). Research on crowdfunding: reviewing the (very recent) past and celebrating the present. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice. 41: 149-160.
McKenny, A.F., Allison, T.H., Ketchen, D.J., & Short, J.C., & Ireland. (2017). How should crowdfunding research evolve?: A survey of the Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice editorial board. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice. 41: 291-304.
McKenny, A.F., Aguinis, H., Short, J.C., & Anglin, A.H. (2016). What doesn't get measured does exist: Measuring measurement error in computer-aided text analysis. Journal of Management. 44: 2909-2933 DOI: 10.1177/0149206316657594*
Anglin, A.A., McKenny, A.F., & Short, J.C. (2016). The impact of collective optimism on new venture creation and growth: A social contagion perspective. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice. 42: 390-425. DOI: 10.1111/etap.12256*
Anglin, A.A., Reid, S., Short, J.C., Zachary, M.A., & Rutherford, M. (2016). An archival approach to measuring family influence: An organizational identity perspective. Family Business Review. 30: 19-36. DOI: 10.1177/0894486516669254 *
Short, J.C., Sharma, P., Pearson, A., & Lumpkin, G.T. (2016). Oh, the places we’ll go! Reviewing past, present, and future possibilities in family business research. Family Business Review. 29: 11-16.
Baur, J.E., Ellen, B.P Buckley, R.M., Ferris, G.R Allison, T.H., McKenny, A.F., & Short, J.C. (2016). More than one way to articulate a vision: A configurations approach to leader charismatic rhetoric and influence. Leadership Quarterly. 27: 156-171.*
Sutton, T., Short, J.C., McKenny, A.F., & Namatovu, R. (2015). Institutional factors affecting internationalization within the East African Community. An analysis of managers’ personal stories. African Journal of Management. 1:365-383*
Harrison, J.S., Banks, G.C., Pollack, J.M., O’Boyle, E., & Short, J.C. (2015). Publication bias in strategic management research. Journal of Management. DOI: 0149206314535438.
Short, J.C., McKenny, A.F., Ketchen, D.J., Snow, C.C., & Hult, G.T. (2016). An empirical examination of firm, industry, and temporal effects on corporate social performance. Business and Society. DOI: 10.1177/0007650315574848*
Vaziri H., Casper, W., Wayne, J., & Matthews, R. (2020). Changes to the work-family interface during the COVID-19 pandemic: Examining predictors and implications using latent transition analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology. 105(10), 1073-1087.
de Bloom, J., Vaziri H., Tay, L., & Kujanpaeae, M. (2020). An identity-based integrative needs model of crafting: Crafting within and across life domains. Journal of Applied Psychology. 105(12), 1423–1446.
Benson, G., McIntosh, C., Salazar, M., & Vaziri, H. (2020). Cultural values and definitions of career success. Human Resource Management Journal. 30 (3), 392-421.
Career Division’s Best International Paper Award Recipient, AOM, 2013
Vaziri, H., & Benson, G., & Salazar, M. (2019). Hard working coworkers: A multi-level cross-national look at group work hours and work-family conflict. Journal of Organizational Behavior. 40(6), 676-692.
Casper, W., Vaziri H., Wayne, J., DeHauw, S., & Greenhaus, J. (2018). The jingle-jangle of work-nonwork balance: A comprehensive review of its meaning and measurement. Journal of Applied Psychology. 103(2), 182-214.
Finalist for Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research
Winner of William A. Owens Scholarly Achievement Award, SIOP, 2020
Vaziri, H., Tay, L., Keith, G., & Pawelski, J. (2019). History, literature, and philosophy: A systematic review of positive functioning. Journal of Positive Psychology. 14(6), 695-723
Vaziri, H., Tay, L., Parrigon, S., Bradburn, N., & Pawelski, J. (2019). STEM or humanities? Toward a balance of interest fit. Frontiers in Education. 4(143), 1-7.
Vaziri, H., Bradburn, N., (In Press). Flourishing Effects of Integrating the Arts and Humanities in STEM Education: A Review of Past Studies and an Agenda for Future Research. In Pawelski, J. & Tay, L. (Eds). Handbook of Humanities and Human Flourishing.
Ghaderi, Z., & Walker, M. (accepted – in press). Psychic income benefits of small-scale sport events: A host community perspective. European Sport Management Quarterly.
Hills, S., Walker, M., & Dixon, M. (2019). The importance of theorizing social change in sport-for-development: A case study of Magic Bus in London. Journal of Sport Management, 33(5), 415-425. \
Hills, S., Walker, M., & Barry, A. (2019). Sport as a vehicle for health promotion: A shared value example of social responsibility. Sport Management Review, 22(1), 126-141.
Kunkel, T., Walker, M., & Hodge, C. (2019). The influence of advertising appeals on consumer perceptions of athlete endorser brand image. European Sport Management Quarterly, 19(3), 373-395
*Hayduk, T., & Walker, M. (2018). Mapping the strategic factor market for sport entrepreneurship. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 14(3), 705-724.
*Hayduk, T., & Walker, M. (2018). Do applicants care? Assessing the influence of socially responsible communications on job seekers in the sport industry. International Journal of Sport Communication, 11(1), 18-40.
*Wear, H., Heere, B., Hills, S., & Walker, M. (2018). Communal brand associations as drivers of team identity and consumer behavior. Journal of Global Sport Management, 3(3), 302-320.
Dickson, G., O’Reilly, N., & Walker, M. (2018). Conceptualizing the dissolution of a social marketing sponsorship. Journal of Global Sport Management, 3(2)146-169.
Hills, S., Heere, B., & Walker, M. (2018). British Olympic Football team: A quasi-experimental assessment of support for a new sport team among Scottish and English football fans. International Journal of Sports Marketing and Sponsorship, 19(3), 276-289.
Hills, S., Walker, M., & Gomez Valasquez, A. (2018). Sport as an analogy to teach life skills and redefine moral values: A case study of the ‘Seedbeds of Peace’ sport-for-development programme in Medellin, Colombia. Journal of Sport for Development, 6(11), 25-37.
*Hayduk, T., & Walker, M. (2017). Re-assessing resource worthiness: A new model. Organizational Dynamics, 46(1), 40-45
Kerwin, S., Walker, M., & Bopp, T. (2017). When faultlines are created: Exploring the conflict triggering process in sport. Sport Management Review, 20(3), 252-260.
Walker, M., *Hodge, C., & Bennett, G. (2017). The freeloader effect: Examining the influence of attitudes and engagement in a virtual fan community. Sport Marketing Quarterly, 26, 130-139.
Walker, M., & Hills, S. (2017). Social program evaluations: Strategies and shared value. Sport and Entertainment Review, 3, 65-71.
Hills, S. & Walker, M. (2017). Sport and social development: Evaluating the NFL’s domestic violence and sexual abuse camp. Journal of Applied Sport Management, 9(4), 39-52.
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Walker, M., Salaga, S., & Mercado, H. (2016). Determinants of managerial engagement in environmental responsibility in the public assembly facility sector. Management Decision, 54(8), 2084-2102.
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