Research Overview | LSU Rucks Department of Management

Research

Management researchers contribute to management knowledge by systematically seeking answers to business problems. E. J. Ourso College of Business faculty examine decision making, identity, innovation and technology adoption, institutional work, leadership, occupational safety, organizational climate, strategic management and research methods, and sustainability.

Selected Management Journal Articles

  • Beus, J. and Taylor, W. D (2018). Working safely at some times and unsafely at others: A typology and within-person process model of safety-related work behaviors. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology.
  • Dhanani, L. Y, Beus, J., and Joseph, D. L (2018). Workplace discrimination: A meta-analytic extension, critique, and future research agenda. Personnel Psychology, 71, 147-179.
  • McCord, M. A, Joseph, D. L, Dhanani, L. Y, and Beus, J. (2018). A meta-analysis of sex and race differences in perceived workplace mistreatment. Journal of Applied Psychology, 103, 137-163.
  • Beus, J., Payne, S. C, Arthur, W., and Munoz, G. JThe development and validation of a cross-industry safety climate measure: Resolving conceptual and operational issues. Journal of Management.
  • Beus, J. and Whitman, D. S. (2017). Almighty dollar or root of all evil? Testing the effects of money on workplace behavior. Journal of Management, 43(7), 2147-2167.
  • Beus, J., McCord, M., and Zohar, D. (2016). Workplace safety: A review and research synthesis. Organizational Psychology Review, 6, 352-381.
  • Beus, J., Munoz, G. J, and Arthur, W. (2015). Personality as a multilevel predictor of climate: An examination in the domain of workplace safety. Group & Organization Management, 40, 625-656.
  • Beus, J., McCord, M. A, and Dhanani, L. Y (2015). A meta-analysis of personality and workplace safety: Addressing unanswered questions. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100, 481-498.
  • Beus, J., Jarrett, S. M, Taylor, A. B, and Wiese, C. W (2014). Adjusting to new work teams: Testing work experience as a multidimensional resource for newcomers. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 35, 489-506.
  • Bergman, M. E, Payne, S. C, Taylor, A. B, and Beus, J. (2014). The shelf life of a safety climate assessment: How long until the relationship with safety-critical incidents expires?. Journal of Business and Psychology.
  • Beus, J., Jarrett, S., Bergman, M., and Payne, S. (2012). Perceptual equivalence of psychological climates within groups: When agreement indices do not agree. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 85, 454-471.
  • Beus, J. and Whitman, D. S. (2012). The relationship between typical and maximum performance: A meta-analytic examination. Human Performance, 25, 355-376.
  • Beus, J., Payne, S., Bergman, M., and Arthur, W. (2010). Safety climate and injuries: An examination of theoretical and empirical relationships. Journal of Applied Psychology, 95, 713-727.
  • Greckhamer, T., Furnari, S., Fiss, P., and Aguilera, R. (2018). Studying configurations with qualitative comparative analysis: Best practices in strategy and organization research. Strategic Organization.
  • Gur, F. Amil and Greckhamer, T. (2018). 'Know thy enemy': A review and agenda for research on competitor identification. Journal of Management.
  • Misangyi, V., Greckhamer, T., Furnari, S., Fiss, P., Crilly, D., and Aguilera, R. (2017). Embracing Causal Complexity: The Emergence of a Neo-Configurational Perspective. Journal of Management, 43(1), 255-282.
  • Greckhamer, T. (2016). CEO compensation in relation to worker compensation across countries: The configurational impact of country-level institutions. Strategic Management Journal.
  • Greckhamer, T. and Cilesiz, S. (2014). Rigor, transparency, evidence, and representation in discourse analysis: Challenges and recommendations. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 13, 422-443.
  • Greckhamer, T., Misangyi, V., and Fiss, P. (2013). The two QCAs: From a Small-N to a Large-N Set-Theoretic Approach. Research in Sociology of Organizations, 58, 51-77.
  • Greckhamer, T. (2012). Local meanings of global discourses: A structural approach to the comparative study of institutional meaning systems. Field Methods, 24(1), 28-55.
  • Greckhamer, T. (2011). Cross-cultural differences in compensation level and inequality across occupations. Organization Studies, 32(1), 85-115.
  • Greckhamer, T. (2010). The stretch of strategic management discourse: A critical analysis. Organization Studies, 31(7), 241-271.
  • Greckhamer, T., Koro-Ljungberg, M., Cilesiz, S., and Hayes, S. (2008). Demystifying interdisciplinary qualitative research. Qualitative Inquiry, 14(2), 307-331.
  • Greckhamer, T., Misangyi, V., Elms, H., and Lacey, R. (2008). Using Qualitative Comparative Analysis in Strategic Management Research: An examination of combinations of industry, corporate, and business-unit effects. Organizational Research Methods, 11(4), 695-726.
  • Misangyi, V. F, Elms, H., Greckhamer, T., and LePine, J. A (2006). A new perspective on a fundamental debate: A multi-level approach to industry, corporate, and business-unit effects. Strategic Management Journal, 27(6), 571-590.
  • Greckhamer, T. and Koro-Ljungberg, M. (2005). The erosion of a method: Examples from grounded theory. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 18(6), 729-750.
  • Koro-Ljungberg, M. and Greckhamer, T. (2005). Strategic turns labeled 'ethnography': From description to openly ideological production of cultures. Qualitative Research, 5(3), 285-306.
  • Tosi, H. L. and Greckhamer, T. (2004). Culture and CEO compensation. Organization Science, 15(6), 657-670.
  • Johnson, M., Stevenson, R., and Letwin, C. (2018). A woman's place is in the startup: Exploring stereotype content and investor bias in crowdfunding.. Journal of Business Venturing, 33(6), 813-831.
  • Folger, R., Johnson, M., and Letwin, C. (2014). Evolving concepts of evolution: The case of shame and guilt. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 8, 659-671.
  • Gooty, J., Banks, G. C, Loignon, A., Tonidandel, S., and Williams, C. EMeta-Analyses as a Multi-Level Model. Organizational Research Methods.
  • Loignon, A., Gooty, J., Rogelberg, S., and Lucianetti, L. (2019). Disagreement in Leader-Follower Dyadic Exchanges: Shared Relationship Satisfaction and Investment as Antecedents. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology.
  • Loignon, A., Woehr, D. J, Loughry, M. L, and Ohland, M. W (2018). Elaborating on Team-Member Disagreement: Examining Patterned Dispersion in Team-Level Constructs. Group & Organization Management, , 1059601118776750.
  • Loignon, A. and Woehr, D. J (2018). Social class in the organizational sciences: a conceptual integration and meta-analytic review. Journal of Management, 44(1), 61--88.
  • Loignon, A., Woehr, D. J, Thomas, J. S, Loughry, M. L, Ohland, M. W, and Ferguson, D. M (2017). Facilitating Peer Evaluation in Team Contexts: The Impact of Frame-of-Reference Rater Training. Academy of Management Learning \& Education, 16(4), 562--578.
  • Woehr, D. J, Loignon, A., Schmidt, P. B, Loughry, M. L, and Ohland, M. W (2015). Justifying aggregation with consensus-based constructs: A review and examination of cutoff values for common aggregation indices. Organizational Research Methods, 18(4), 704-737.
  • Beus, J. and Whitman, D. S. (2017). Almighty dollar or root of all evil? Testing the effects of money on workplace behavior. Journal of Management, 43(7), 2147-2167.
  • Bernerth, J., Whitman, D. S., Walker, J., Taylor, S., and Mitchell, D. (2016). Actors Have Feelings Too: An Examination of Justice Climate Effects on the Psychological Well-Being of Organizational Authority Figures. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 89(4), 693-710.
  • McLarty, B. David and Whitman, D. S. (). (). (2016). A dispositional approach to applicant reactions: Examining core self-evaluations, behavioral intentions, and fairness perceptions. Journal of Business and Psychology, 31(1), 141-153.
  • Whitman, D. S., Kraus, E., and Van Rooy, D. (2014). Emotional intelligence among Black and White job applicants: Examining differences in test performance and test reactions. International Journal of Selection and Assessment.
  • , O., , L., Whitman, D. S., , K., , Y., , H., and , K. (2014). The Incremental Validity of Honesty-Humility over Cognitive Ability and the Big Five Personality Traits. Human Performance.
  • Beus, J. and Whitman, D. S. (2012). The relationship between typical and maximum performance: A meta-analytic examination. Human Performance, 25, 355-376.
  • Whitman, D. S., Caleo, S., Carpenter, N., Horner, M., and Bernerth, J. (2012). Fairness at the collective level: A meta-analytic examination of the consequences and boundary conditions of organizational justice climate. Journal of Applied Psychology, 97(3), 776-791.
  • Bernerth, J., Walker, H., Taylor, S., and Whitman, D. S. (2012). An empirical investigation of dispositional antecedents and performance-related outcomes of credit scores. Journal of Applied Psychology, 97(2), 469-478.
  • Van Rooy, D. L., Whitman, D. S., Hart, D., and Caleo, S. (2011). Measuring employee engagement during an economic downturn: Necessity or nuisance. Journal of Business and Psychology, 26, 147-152.
  • Thomas, J., Whitman, D. S., and Viswesvaran, C. (2010). An integrative meta-analysis of constructs that reflect a global proactive orientation. Journal of Organizational and Occupational Psychology, 83, 275-300.
  • Van Rooy, D. L., Whitman, D. S., and Viswesvaran, C. (2010). Emotional intelligence: Some questions still unanswered. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 3, 149-153.
  • Whitman, D. S., Van Rooy, D. L., and Viswesvaran, C. (2010). Satisfaction, citizenship behaviors, and performance in work units: A meta-analysis of collective construct relations. Personnel Psychology, 63, 41-81.
  • Whitman, D. S., Van Rooy, D. L., Viswesvaran, C., and Kraus, E. (2009). Testing the structure and measurement equivalence of the Wong and Law Emotional Intelligence Scale across gender and ethnicity. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 69, 1059-1074.
  • Resick, C. J., Whitman, D. S., Weingarden, S. M., and Hiller, N. J. (2009). The bright-side and dark-side of executive ego: Examining CEO personality, transformational leadership, and strategic influence. Journal of Applied Psychology, 94, 1365-1381.
  • Whitman, D. S., Van Rooy, D. L., Viswesvaran, C., and Alonso, A. (2008). The susceptibility of a mixed model measure of emotional intelligence to faking: A Solomon four-group design. Psychology Science, 50, 44-63.
  • Benton, R. A and You, J. (2018). Governance Monitors or Rebels? Testing an Integrate Theory of Shareholder Activism. Strategic Organization.
  • Benton, R. and You, J. (2017). Endogenous Dynamics in Contentious Fields: Evidence from the Shareholder Activism Network, 2006-2013.. Socius, 3(2378023117705231).
  • Shin, T. and You, J. (2017). Pay for talk: How the use of shareholder-value language affects CEO compensation. Journal of Management Studies, 54(1), 88-117.