Michael Burke, Lawrence Martin Chair in Business and professor of management at the A. B. Freeman School of Business, recently had three papers accepted for publication. Burke’s paper “Assessing Interrater Agreement via the Average Deviation Index Given a Variety of Theoretical and Methodological Problems,” co-authored with Kristin Smith-Crowe, Maryam Kouchaki and Sloane Signal, was accepted for publication in Organization Research Methods. His paper “Change the Referent? A Meta-Analytic Investigation of Direct and Referent-Shift Consensus Models for Organizational Climate,” co-authored with Craig Wallace, Bryan Edwards and Michael Christian, was accepted for publication in Journal of Management. And his paper “Gendered Influence: A Gender-role Perspective on the Use and Effectiveness of Influence Tactics,” co-authored with Alexis Smith, Marla Baskerville-Watkins, Caitlin Smith, Alison Hal and Michael Christian, was accepted for publication in Journal of Management.
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