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    • Psychological contract in the information technology profession. 

      Moquin, René, 1964- (2015-07-13)
      Events such as the dot-com bust, economic instability, and organizational streamlining, present challenges to retaining and hiring information technology (IT) professionals. During the last decade, IT professionals were ...
    • Putting family first as a boundary management tactic 

      Carlson, Dawn S.; Thompson, Merideth; Kacmar, K. Michele (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2021-01)
      Purpose – The authors examine a boundary management tactic for managing the work–family interface: putting family first (PFF). PFF is a boundary management tactic defined as the voluntary behavior of intentionally putting ...
    • The relationships among participatory management practices for improving firm profitability: Evidence from the South Korean manufacturing industry 

      Kim, Andrea; Han, Kyongji; Kim, Yongguen (Taylor & Francis Online, 2016-10-03)
      Following an internal fit perspective, this research aims to explore diverse patterns of relationships among human resource (HR) practices in relation to financial performance of manufacturing organizations in South Korea. ...
    • Religion and economic growth : an analysis at the city level. 

      Duan, Ran, 1990- (2016-05-02)
      This paper looks at the effect of religious beliefs on economic growth using a Brazilian city-level survey data as opposed to the more popular country-level data, thus separating the effect from different social and ...
    • Religious Freedom and State Religion in an Interational Panel 

      Gwin, Carl R.; North, Charles Mark, 1964- (2005-08-13)
      This paper explores the determinants and implications of church-state relationships. A theoretical model of a government’s decision to establish, or disestablish, a state church is developed and then tested with data from ...
    • Religious Pluralism and Religious Adherence in U.S. Counties: Assessing the Reassessment 

      North, Charles Mark, 1964-; Staha, Melissa B. (2005-08-13)
      We conduct an empirical test of the relationship between religious pluralism and religious participation in U.S. counties using a fixed-effects panel estimation technique. The empirical technique allows us to control for ...
    • A review of abusive behaviors at work: The development of a process model for studying abuse 

      Hackney, Kaylee J.; Perrewé, Pamela L. (SAGE Journals, 2018-02-07)
      We develop an overarching conceptual model of abuse based on the literature and discuss common antecedents and consequences of workplace abuse. We examine numerous conceptualizations of workplace abuse from the perpetrators’ ...
    • Romneycare : a boon to employment. 

      Roach, Grady B., 1993- (2017-11-28)
      Using Massachusetts Healthcare Reform passed in 2006 we explore the casual effect that universal insurance has on labor market outcomes in the healthcare care industry. Using aggregated data, we find an increase in employment ...
    • A servant leader and their stakeholders: When does organizational structure enhance a leader's influence? 

      Neubert, Mitchell J.; Hunter, Emily M.; Tolentino, Remy C. (Elsevier, 2016-12)
      Accumulating evidence finds servant leadership is related to critical employee and organizational criteria, but only a limited amount of studies link servant leaders to both internal and external stakeholder outcomes. ...
    • Servant leaders inspire servant followers: Antecedents and outcomes for employees and the organization 

      Hunter, Emily M.; Neubert, Mitchell J.; Perry, Sara J.; Witt, L. A.; Penney, Lisa M.; Weinberger, Evan (Elsevier, 2013-04)
      Despite widespread adoption of servant leadership, we are only beginning to understand its true utility across multiple organizational levels. Our purpose was to test the relationship between personality, servant leadership, ...
    • Service employees give as they get: Internal service as a moderator of the service climate-service outcomes link 

      Ehrhart, Karen H.; Witt, L. A.; Schneider, Benjamin; Perry, Sara J. (National Library of Medicine, 2011-03)
      We lend theoretical insight to the service climate literature by exploring the joint effects of branch service climate and the internal service provided to the branch (the service received from corporate units to support ...
    • A shirking model of NBA players. 

      Francis, Rashad J. (2007-01-11)
      As guaranteed National Basketball Association (NBA) contract salary amounts continuously increase there is a strong possibility of shirking due to difficulty in modeling contracts based upon future performance. Based on a ...
    • Shopping for a cause : exploring the role of information systems in ethical consumption. 

      Giddens, Laurie G., 1979- (2017-07-24)
      There is a growing awareness and concern from consumers about the negative impacts of their consumption decisions on the environment, public health, and the global economy. Consequently, consumers are beginning to seek ...
    • Social network analysis in college choice. 

      Ren, Meiqing, 1993- (2017-04-05)
      This research paper employs Social Network Analysis to examine the effect of peer groups on the college application process, taking Baylor University as a case study. Degree centrality and eigenvector centrality are two ...
    • State-level political party effects on the war on drugs. 

      Riches, Elliott C., 1996- (2018-04-17)
      The United States' drug arrest rate and incarceration rates have been increasing steadily for over two decades. Additionally, there is a general perception that Republicans are "tougher on crime" than Democrats. This thesis ...
    • Stress in remote work: two studies testing the Demand-Control-Person model 

      Perry, Sara J.; Rubino, Cristina; Hunter, Emily M. (Taylor & Francis Online, 2018-06-29)
      The popularity of remote work continues to rise, but uncertainty remains about how it influences employee well-being. We extend the Demand-Control-Person (DCP) model to test both person and job factors as important ...
    • A study of a workflow management system in higher education. 

      Lemaster, Jeffrey B. (2009-06-10)
      The Online Protocol Submission system is web-based workflow management system designed and implemented by Information Technology Services and the Office of the Vice Provost for Research at Baylor University. The system ...
    • Teaching Business Ethics: A Faculty Seminar Model 

      Grinols, Anne Bradstreet (2007-12-20)
      Who is responsible for the increasing incidence of ethical misconduct in businesses? The short answer: the ones who committed the ethical misconduct are responsible. As these incidents receive more and more coverage ...
    • The Team Descriptive Index (TDI): A Multidimensional Scaling Approach for Team Description 

      Lee, Stephanie M.; Koopman, Joel; Hollenbeck, John R.; Wang, Linda C.; Lanaj, Klodiana (Academy of Management, 2014-08-27)
      The literature on teams is filled with many alternative team type taxonomies, and the persistence of so many conflicting taxonomies serves as evidence for the lack of consensus in the field about how to describe and ...
    • Technostress and the Entitled Employee: Impacts on Work and Family 

      Harris, Kenneth; Harris, Ranida; Valle, Matt; Carlson, John; Carlson, Dawn S.; Zivnuska, Suzanne; Wiley, Briceon (2021-04-19)
      Purpose: The purpose of this study is to understand the impact of techno-overload and techno-invasion on work and family. Specifically, we focus on intention to turnover in the work domain, work-family conflict in the ...