Understanding the Differential Effects of Anxiety and Anger

[We’re pleased to welcome authors, Laurie J. Barclay of Wilfrid Laurier University, and Tina Kiefer of the University of Warwick. They recently published an article in the Journal of Management entitled “In the Aftermath of Unfair Events: Understanding the Differential Effects of Anxiety and Anger," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, … Continue reading Understanding the Differential Effects of Anxiety and Anger

Pedagogical Innovation and Paradigm Shift in the Introduction to Management Curriculum

[We're pleased to welcome authors Elizabeth Christopher of Macquarie University, Joe Roberts of Webster University, and Oliver Laasch of the University of Nottingham, China. They recently published a paper in the Journal of Management Education entitled, "Pedagogical Innovation and Paradigm Shift in the Introduction to Management Curriculum," which is free to read for a limited time. … Continue reading Pedagogical Innovation and Paradigm Shift in the Introduction to Management Curriculum

Is Business Ethics Too Important to be Left in the Hands of Business: A Democratic Alternative?

[We’re pleased to welcome author Carl Rhodes of the University of Technology, Sydney. Rhodes recently published an article in Organization Studies entitled “Democratic Business Ethics: Volkswagen’s Emissions Scandal and the Disruption of Corporate Sovereignty,” which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Rhodes reflects on the inspiration for conducting this research:] When people think … Continue reading Is Business Ethics Too Important to be Left in the Hands of Business: A Democratic Alternative?

Does Public Service Motivation Always Lead to Organizational?Commitment?

[We're pleased to welcome author Wisanupong Potipiroon of Prince of Songkla University. Potipiroon recently published a paper in Public Personnel Management entitled, "Does Public Service Motivation Always Lead to Organizational Commitment? Examining the Moderating Roles of Intrinsic Motivation and Ethical Leadership," which is free to read for a limited time. Below, Potipiroon reflects on the … Continue reading Does Public Service Motivation Always Lead to Organizational?Commitment?

Can stories and case studies be used as tools for management inquiry?

[We’re pleased to welcome author Yiannis Gabriel of the University of  Bath, UK. Gabriel recently published an article in the Journal of Management Inquiry entitled “Case Studies as Narratives: Reflections Prompted by the Case of Victor, the Wild Child of Aveyron," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Gabriel reflects on the … Continue reading Can stories and case studies be used as tools for management inquiry?

Getting to Know Your Students and an Educational Ethic of Care

[We're pleased to welcome author Thomas F. Hawk of Frostburg State University. Hawk recently published an article in the Journal of Management Education entitled, "Getting to Know Your Students and an Educational Ethic of Care," that is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Hawk shares background and motivation for pursuing this research:] … Continue reading Getting to Know Your Students and an Educational Ethic of Care

Designing Compensation Strategy with Game Theory Perspectives

[We’re pleased to welcome back Pankaj M. Madhani, Associate Dean and Professor of ICFAI Business School (IBS). Dr. Madhani is the author of “Salesforce Control and Compensation System: A Game Theory Model Approach” which appeared in Compensation and Benefits Review, Volume 47, Issue 4, and is currently free to read for a limited time. From Madhani:] The performance … Continue reading Designing Compensation Strategy with Game Theory Perspectives

Journal of Management Inquiry: Corruption Special Issue

The July 2017 Special Issue of the Journal of Management Inquiry is now online to view! This issue focuses on the phenomenon of corporate corruption, with specific topics such as counterproductive behavior, corporate culture and ethics, and media framing. Below is an excerpt from the special issue introduction entitled "Expanding Research on Corporate Corruption, Management, … Continue reading Journal of Management Inquiry: Corruption Special Issue

American Slaughterhouses: The Meatpacking and Methamphetamine Relationship

[We’re pleased to welcome author Josh A. Hendrix  of RTI International, Research Triangle Park. Hendrix recently published an article in the Organization & Environment entitled “American Slaughterhouses and the Need for Speed: An Examination of the Meatpacking-Methamphetamine Hypothesis," co-authored by Cindy Brooks Dollar of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. From Hendrix:] What inspired … Continue reading American Slaughterhouses: The Meatpacking and Methamphetamine Relationship

From the Ordinary to Corruption in Higher Education

[We’re pleased to welcome author Mildred A. Schwartz of the University of Illinois at Chicago. Schwartz recently published an article in the Journal of Management Inquiry entitled “From the Ordinary to Corruption in Higher Education.” From Schwartz:] When I moved to New Jersey after many years of teaching in Chicago, my interest as a political and … Continue reading From the Ordinary to Corruption in Higher Education