Frederick Scott Bentley

Ph.D. Student
B.A., Rutgers University (2011, High Honors)

Frederick Scott Bentley is a Ph.D. candidate in Industrial Relations and Human Resources in the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University. He earned his Bachelor's degree (high honors) in economics from Rutgers University in 2011 in which his main focus was on applied econometrics and financial markets.

His main research interests include strategic human resource management, strategic human capital, compensation, and research methods. Currently, Scott is working on his dissertation in which he explores how contextual factors influence the relationship between dispersion in human capital and firm performance. 

Scott’s research has been presented at annual conferences for the Academy of Management, Strategic Management Society, and the People and Organizations Conference. Scott is a member of professional associations including Academy of Management, Strategic Management Society, and Labor and Employment Relations Associations.

Research Initiatives: Strategic human resource management, Research Methods, Compensation, Family Owned Businesses, Applied Econometrics, and Longitudinal Data Analysis.

Kehoe, R.R., Lepak, D.P., & Bentley, F.S.  (In press).  Let’s call a star a star.  Task performance, external status, and exceptional contributors in organizations. Journal of Management.

Lepak, D.P., Jiang, K., Kehoe, R.R., & Bentley, F.S.  2014. Strategic Human Resource Management and Organizational Performance, SAGE Handbook of Industrial, Work, & Organizational Psychology, 2nd Edition, Volume 3.

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