Select Publications in Organization Studies
Abzug, R. & Watson, M. R. (2004). Organizational capacity: Issues and concerns regarding performance standards. In R.V. Anglin (Ed.), Building the Organizations That Build Communities, 275-283. Washington, D.C.: Housing and Urban Development.
Anand, N. and Conger, J. (2007). Capabilities of the consummate networker. Organizational Dynamics, 36, 13-27.
Anand, N., and Daft, R. L. (2007). What is the right organization design? Organizational Dynamics, 36, 329-344.
Anand, N., Gardner, H., and Morris, T. (2007). Knowledge-based innovation: Emergence and embedding of new practice areas in management consulting firms. Academy of Management Journal, 50, 406-428.
Anand, N., and Jones, B. C. (2008). Tournament rituals, category dynamics, and field configuration: The case of the Booker Prize. Journal of Management Studies, 45, 1036-1060.
Anand, N., and Watson, M. R. (2004). Tournament rituals in the evolution of fields: The case of the Grammy Awards. Academy of Management Journal, 47, 59-80.
Barry, B., and Fulmer, I. S. (2004). The medium and the message: The adaptive use of communication media in dyadic influence. Academy of Management Review, 29, 272-292.
Barry, B., and Fulmer, I. S. (2005). Methodological challenges in the study of negotiator affect. International Negotiation, 9, 485-502.
Barry, B., Fulmer, I., and Goates, N. (2006). Bargaining with feeling: Emotionality in and around negotiation. In L. Thompson (Ed.), Negotiation Theory and Research (pp. 99-127). New York: Psychology Press.
Barry, B., Fulmer, I. S., and Van Kleef, G. (2004). I laughed, I cried, I settled: The role of emotion in negotiation. In M. Gelfand and J. Brett (Eds.), The Handbook of Negotiation and Culture (pp. 71-94). Stanford University Press.
Brett, J., Olekalns, M., Goates, N., Friedman, R., and Anderson, C. (2007). Sticks and stones: Language, face, and online dispute resolution. Academy of Management Journal, 50, 85-99.
Cohen, M. A., Rust, R. T., Steen, S., and Tidd, S. T. (2006). Willingness-to-pay for crime control programs. Criminology, 42, 89-110.
Ferguson, M., Moye, N., and Friedman, R. (2008). The lingering effects of the recruitment experience on the long-term employment relationship. Negotiation and Conflict Management Review, 1, 246-262.
Friedman, R., Anderson, C., Brett, J., Olekalns, M., Goates, N., and Lisco, C. (2004). The positive and negative effects of anger on dispute resolution: Evidence from electronically-mediated disputes. Journal of Applied Psychology, 89, 369-376.
Friedman, R.A., Chi, S-c., and Liu, L.A. (2006). An expectancy model of Chinese American differences in conflict avoiding. Journal of International Business Studies, 37, 76-91.
Friedman, R., and Liu, W. (in press). Biculturalism in management: Leveraging the benefits of intrapersonal diversity. In Chi-Yue Chiu, Ying Yi Hong, Sharon Shavitt, and Robert S. Wyer, Jr. (Eds.), Problems and Solutions in Cross-Cultural Theory, Research and Application. New York: Psychology Press.
Friedman, R., Liu, W., Chen, C.C., and Chi, S.C. (2007). Causal attribution for inter-firm contract violation: A comparative study of Chinese and American commercial arbitrators. Journal of Applied Psychology, 92, 856-864.
Fulmer, I. S., and Barry, B. (2004). The “smart” negotiator: Cognitive ability and emotional intelligence in negotiation. International Journal of Conflict Management, 15, 245-272.
Fulmer, I. S., Gerhart, B., and Scott, K. (2003). Are the 100 best better? An empirical investigation of the relationship between being a “great place to work” and firm performance. Personnel Psychology, 56, 965-993.
Gardner, H., Anand, N., and Morris, T. (in press). Chartering innovative territory: Diversification, legitimacy, and practice area creation in professional service firms. Journal of Organizational Behavior.
Giosan, C., Holtom, B. C., and Watson, M. R. (2005). Antecedents of job embeddedness: The role of individual, organizational, and market factors. Review of Psychology.
Grimes, M. (2010). Strategic sensemaking within funding relationships: the effects of performance measurement on organizational identity in the social sector. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, 34 (4), 763-783.
Ilies, R., Fulmer, I. S., Spitzmuller, M., and Johnson, M. (in press). Personality and citizenship behavior: The role of job satisfaction. Journal of Applied Psychology.
Jones, C., Anand, N., and Alvarez, J. L. (2005). Manufactured authenticity and creative voice in culture industries: An introduction. Journal of Management Studies, 42, 893-899.
Liu, L.A. and Dale, C. (in press). Using mental models to study cross-cultural interactions. In C. Nakata (ed.) Beyond Hofstede: Culture Frameworks for Global Marketing and Management. Macmillan’s Palgrave.
Liu, L.A., Friedman, R.A., and Chi, S-c. (2005). “Ren Qing” versus the “Big 5”: The need for culturally sensitive measures of individual difference in negotiation. Management and Organization Review, 1, 225-247.
Liu, W., Chi, S.C., Friedman, R., and Tsai, M.H. (in press). Explaining incivility in the workplace: The effects of personality and culture. Negotiation and Conflict Management Review.
Liu, W., Zhu, R.H., and Yang, Y.K. (in press). I warn you because I like you: Voice behavior, employee identifications, and transformational leadership. Leadership Quarterly.
Mahoney, T. A., and Watson, M. R. (1993). Evolving modes of workforce governance: An evaluation. In B. E. Kaufman & M. M. Kleiner, (Eds.), Employee Representation: Alternatives and Future Directions (pp. 135-168). Madison, WI: Industrial Relations Research Association.
Peterson, R. A., and Anand, N. (2004). The production of culture perspective. Annual Review of Sociology, 30, 311-334.
Qiu, J., Zhang, Z-X., and Liu, L.A. (in press). The manifestation of cultural processes in multicultural teams. In A. K-y. Leung, C.Y. Chiu, & Y-y, Hong (Eds.), Cultural Processes: A Social Psychological Perspective. New York: Oxford University Press.
Simons, T., Friedman, R.A., Liu, L.A., and McLean Parks, J. (2007). Racial differences in sensitivity to behavioral integrity: attitudinal consequences, in-group effects, and “trickle down” among black and non-black employees. Journal of Applied Psychology, 92, 650-665.
Stewart, G., Fulmer, I. S., and Barrick, M. (2005). An exploration of member roles as a multilevel linking mechanism for individual traits and team outcomes. Personnel Psychology, 58, 343-365.
Tidd., S. T., and Friedman, R. A. (2002). Conflict style and coping with role conflict: An extension of the uncertainty model of work stress. International Journal of Conflict Management, 13, 236-257.
Toegel, G., Anand, N., and Kilduff, M. (2007). Emotion helpers: The role of high self-monitoring and high positive affectivity managers. Personnel Psychology, 60, 337-365.
Watson, M. R. (2006). State of the art for whom? An integrative review and assessment of international human resource management research and theory. Human Resource Management Review.
Watson, M. R., and Abzug, R. (2005). Finding the ones you want, keeping the ones you find: Recruitment and retention in nonprofit organizations. In R.D. Herman & Associates (Eds.), Jossey-Bass Handbook of Nonprofit Leadership and Management (2nd Ed., pp. 623-659). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Watson, M. R., and Anand, N. (2006). Award ceremonies as an arbiter of commerce and canon in the popular music industry. Popular Music, 25, 41-56.
Zhang, Z-X., Chen, C. C., Liu, L.A., and Liu, X. F. (2008). Chinese traditions and Western theories: Sources of influence on business leaders in China. In C. C. Chen & Y. T. Lee (Eds.), Leadership and Management in China: Philosophies, Theories, and Practices. London: Cambridge University Press.