Management and Organizational Studies Publications

 

Research in Management and Organizational Studies Publications takes an evidence based approach to looking at management with a particular focus on two areas: consumer and organizational behavior (including consumer, employee and leader behavior), and corporate governance.

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Submissions from 2021

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Predicting Donation Behaviour with the Supernumerary Personality Inventory, Christopher M. Kowalski, Bonnie Simpson, and Julie Schermer

Submissions from 2020

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Making the World a Better Place: How Crowdfunding Increases Consumer Demand for Social-Good Products, Bonnie Simpson, Martin Schreier, Sally Bitterl, and Katherine White

Submissions from 2019

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Peering inside the ‘black box’: The impact of management-side representatives on the industrial relations climate of organizations, Shelagh Campbell and Johanna Weststar

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A Framework for Considering Dissociative Identity Effects in Consumption, Bonnie Simpson, Lea Dunn, and Katherine White

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How Co-Creation Increases Employee Corporate Social Responsibility and Organizational Engagement: The Moderating Role of Self-Construal, Bonnie Simpson, Jennifer Robertson, and Katherine White

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Stress and Well-being at the Consumer-Employee Interface, Bonnie Simpson, Madelynn Stackhouse, and Katherine White

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Building momentum for collectivity in the digital games community, Johanna Weststar and Marie-Josee Legault

Submissions from 2018

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When Public Recognition for Charitable Giving Backfires: The Role of Independent Self-Construal, Bonnie Simpson, Katherine White, and Juliano Laran

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Women's experiences on the path to a career in game development, Johanna Weststar and Marie-Josee Legault

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Developer Satisfaction Survey 2015 & 2016 Employment Report, Johanna Weststar, Victoria O'Meara, and Marie-Josee Legault

Submissions from 2017

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Videogame developers among 'extreme workers': Are death marches over?, Marie-Josee Legault and Johanna Weststar

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A union for videogame developers?, Marie-Josee Legault, Johanna Weststar, and Laurence To

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The blame game: How video game workers frame barriers to diversity, Victoria O'Meara, Chandell E. Gosse, Marie-Josee Legault, and Johanna Weststar

Introduction, Kevin Skerrett, Johanna Weststar, Simon Archer, and Chris Roberts

Critical perspectives form the field of pension fund education, Johanna Weststar

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Why might a video game developer join a union?, Johanna Weststar and Marie-Josee Legault

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Diversity among videogame developers Summary Report, Johanna Weststar, Victoria O'Meara, Chandell E. Gosse, and Marie-Josee Legault

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Developer Satisfaction Survey 2017 Summary Report, Johanna Weststar, Victoria O'Meara, and Marie-Josee Legault

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Can labor trustees bring about pension fund socialism?, Johanna Weststar and Anil Verma

Protector or activist? Consistency and contradiction in labor's voice on pension boards, Johanna Weststar and Anil Verma

Submissions from 2016

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Collective action and representation gap among videogame developers, 2004-2014, Laurence To, Marie-Josee Legault, and Johanna Weststar

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Unions and workplace representation in the videogame industry, Laurence To, Marie-Josee Legault, and Johanna Weststar

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Developer Satisfaction Survey 2015 Industry Trends and Future Outlook Report, Johanna Weststar and Maria Andrei-Gedja

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Developer Satisfaction Survey 2016 Summary Report, Johanna Weststar and Marie-Josee Legault

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Developer Satisfaction Survey 2014 & 2015 Diversity in the Game Industry Report, Johanna Weststar, Marie-Josee Legault, Chandell E. Gosse, and Victoria O'Meara