Business Administration - Research Publications
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A Question of Ethics: Navigating Ethical Failure in the Banking and Financial Services Industry
(Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, 2016)
Since the global financial crisis (GFC), financial institutions and practitioners in Australia, New Zealand and Asia have come under scrutiny for a range of ethical transgressions leading to industry scandal, as have their ...
Sweet Little Lies: Social Context and the Use of Deception in Negotiation
Openness and Innovation Performance Revisited
(Now Publishers Inc., 2016-10-19)
Firms increasingly source new ideas and knowledge from alliances with external partners. Laursen and Salter's (2006) seminal research shows that while such openness in innovation benefits firms, too much openness can have ...
WHY ARE SELF-HELP BOOKS WITH CAREER ADVICE FOR WOMEN POPULAR?
(ACAD MANAGEMENT, 2019-02-01)
Self-help books with career advice for women who aspire to leadership are popular. This popularity is somewhat surprising, in that the advice appears to take us back to the “fix the women” approach to career advancement ...
Harmful Workplace Experiences and Women's Occupational Well-Being: A Meta-Analysis
(SAGE PUBLICATIONS LTD, 2016-03-01)
We report a meta-analytic review of studies examining the relations among harmful workplace experiences and women’s occupational well-being. Based on previous research, a classification of harmful workplace experiences ...
Asymmetric Forecast Densities for US Macroeconomic Variables from a Gaussian Copula Model of Cross-Sectional and Serial Dependence
(AMER STATISTICAL ASSOC, 2016-07-01)
The Psychology of Negotiation and Conflict
Benefit of the doubt: the buffering influence of normative contracts on the breach-workplace performance relationship
(ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD, 2019-03-28)
This study investigates the influence of employees' perception of managerial breach of the normative relational contract (i.e. the psychological relational contract at the group level) on workplace performance. Many employees ...
The combined role of conscientiousness, social networks, and gender diversity in explaining individual performance in self-managed teams
Despite the prevalence and value of self-managed teams, questions remain about the factors that influence how team members perform in contexts where there is no formal leader to give advice and provide support. Drawing on ...
Reporting requirements, targets, and quotas for women in leadership
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC, 2016-06-01)
© 2016 Elsevier Inc. Reporting requirements, targets, and quotas have been implemented in several countries to increase female representation in leadership. In three studies, we analyze the effectiveness of these strategies ...